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spouseGespons {m} {n} [veraltet, noch hum.]
spouse [female] Ehegattin {f}
spouse [female] Ehegemahlin {f}
spouse [female] Ehepartnerin {f}
spouse [female] Ehefrau {f}
spouse [husband] Gatte {m} [geh.]
spouse [husband] Gemahl {m} [geh.]
spouse [husband] Ehemann {m}
spouse [wife]Gattin {f} [geh.]
spouse [wife]Gemahlin {f} [geh.]
spouse support [financial maintenance] Ehegattenunterhalt {m}
spousebreach [obs.] [adultery]Ehebruch {m}
spousebreaker [female] [obs.] [adulteress] Ehebrecherin {f}
spousebreaker [obs.] [adulterer]Ehebrecher {m}
spouse-breaking [rare] Ehebruch {m}
spouseless unverehelicht
spouses Ehegatten {pl}
spousesGatten {pl}
spouses {pl} Ehepartner {pl}
spouses [female] Ehegattinnen {pl}
spouses and life partners Ehe- und Lebenspartner {pl}
spouse's father Schwiegervater {m} [Vater der Ehefrau od. des Ehemannes]
spout Abflussrohr {n}
spoutAusgießer {m}
spout Ausguss {m} [einer Kanne etc.]
spoutHülle {f}
spout Schnaupe {f}
spout Schnauze {f} einer Kanne
spoutTülle {f}
spoutWasserspeier {m}
spout Fontäne {f} [Wasserstrahl, Strahl]
spoutAuslaufrohr {n} [z. B. einer Zapfpistole]
spout [of a jar] Schnabel {m} [eines Gefäßes]
spout [of a whale] Atemloch {n} [eines Wales]
spout [of a whale] Blas {m} [eines Wals]
spouted gespritzt
spouted gespien
spouted bronze flagonBronzeschnabelkanne {f}
spouted cupSchnabeltasse {f}
spouterÖlquelle {f}
spoutersÖlquellen {pl}
spouting speiend
spouting {sg} [Aus.] [NZ] [guttering]Regenrinnen {pl}
spouts Strahlen {pl}
spox [Am.] [coll.] [spokesperson]Sprecher {m}
sprachbundSprachbund {m}
sprachgefühlSprachgefühl {n}
sprachregelung Sprachregelung {f}
spraddle legs gegrätschte Beine {pl}
spraddle legsGrätschbeine {pl}
sprag Bremsknüppel {m}
sprag Strebestempel {m}
Sprague's pipit [Anthus spragueii] Präriepieper {m}
sprain Verrenkung {f}
sprainVerstauchung {f}
sprained verstaucht
sprained [e.g. ankle, neck]verknackst [ugs.] [z. B. Fuß, Nacken]
sprained ankle verstauchter Knöchel {m}
sprained ankle verstauchtes Fußgelenk {n}
sprained ankle verstauchter Fuß {m}
sprained ligaments {pl} Bänderdehnung {f}
sprained neckverrenkter Hals {m} [ugs.]
sprained wristVerstauchung {f} des Handgelenkes
sprained wrist verstauchtes Handgelenk {n}
spraining verstauchend
spraint [dung of the otter]Otterlosung {f} [Fischotter]
spraint [dung of the otter] Fischotterlosung {f}
sprat [Clupea sprattus] Sprotte {f}
Spratly Islands Spratly-Inseln {pl}
sprats Sprotten {pl}
sprauncy [Br.] [coll.] [flashy, showy] auffällig [Aufmerksamkeit erregend] [protzig]
sprauncy [Br.] [dated]cool
sprawlFlegeln {n}
sprawl [a sprawling position or posture of a person] Lümmelposition {f} [ugs.]
sprawl [of cities, etc.]Ausbreitung {f}
sprawl [way of sitting or lying] Lümmeln {n} [ugs.]
sprawled outausgespreizt
sprawled outausgestreckt
sprawled outhingestreckt [ausgestreckt]
sprawler [Asteroscopus sphinx, syn.: Brachionycha sphinx] [moth] Sphinxeule {f} [Nachtfalterspezies]
sprawler [Asteroscopus sphinx, syn.: Brachionycha sphinx] [moth] Herbst-Rauhaareule {f} [Nachtfalterspezies]
sprawler [Asteroscopus sphinx, syn.: Brachionycha sphinx] [moth] Linden-Rauhaareule {f} [Nachtfalterspezies]
sprawlingausladend [Gebäude]
sprawling ausgedehnt
sprawling weitläuftig [veraltet] [jetzt: weitläufig]
sprawling [of a city]ausufernd
sprawling gait Spreizgang {m}
sprawling industrial facility ausgedehnte Industrieanlage {f}
sprawling milk-vetch / milkvetch [Astragalus depressus, syn.: A. bonannii, A. helminthocarpus, A. leucophaeus, Tragacantha depressa] Liege-Tragant {m}
sprawling milk-vetch / milkvetch [Astragalus depressus, syn.: A. bonannii, A. helminthocarpus, A. leucophaeus, Tragacantha depressa]Niedriger Tragant {m}
sprawling needle sunrose [Fumana procumbens] Gemeines Heideröschen {n}
sprawling needle sunrose [Fumana procumbens]Gemeines Nadelröschen {n}
sprawling needle sunrose [Fumana procumbens] Zwerg-Heideröschen / Zwergheideröschen {n}
sprawling needle sunrose [Fumana procumbens]Zwerg-Sonnenröschen / Zwergsonnenröschen {n}
sprawling needle sunrose [Fumana procumbens] Gewöhnliches Heideröschen {n}
sprawling needle sunrose [Fumana procumbens] Niederliegendes Nadelröschen {n}
sprawling needle sunrose [Fumana procumbens]Gewöhnliches Nadelröschen {n}
sprawling speedwell [Veronica prostrata, also V. teucrium, V. prostratum] Niederliegender Ehrenpreis {m}
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