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t [letter] t {n} [Buchstabe]
T [letter]T {n} [Buchstabe]
T as in Tare [Am.]T wie Theodor
T cell T-Zelle {f}
T cell receptor <TCR> T-Zellenrezeptor {m} <TCR>
T cell receptors <TCRs>T-Zellenrezeptoren {pl} <TCR>
T cells T-Zellen {pl}
T for Tango [NATO phonetic alphabet]T wie Tango [NATO-Buchstabiertafel]
T for Tommy [Br.] T wie Theodor
T lymphocyte T-Lymphozyt {m}
T Tauri star <TTS>T-Tauri-Stern {m} <TTS>
T wave [also: T-wave] [short for: terahertz wave] T-Welle {f} [kurz für: Terahertzwelle]
T1-weighted image <T1WI> T1-gewichtete Aufnahme {f} [Ergebnis]
T1-weighted imagingT1-gewichtete Bildgebung {f}
T1-weighted turbo spin-echo sequence T1-gewichtete Turbo-Spinecho-Sequenz {f}
T2 space [Hausdorff space] Hausdorff'scher Raum {m}
T2 Trainspotting [Danny Boyle] T2 Trainspotting
T2-weighted image <T2WI> T2-gewichtete Aufnahme {f} [Ergebnis]
T2-weighted sequence T2-gewichtete Sequenz {f}
T7 RNA polymerase T7-RNA-Polymerase {f}
Ta. [Br.] [Aus.] [coll.]Danke.
Ta ever so much ... [Br.] [coll.]Vielen Dank ...
Ta, governor. [Br.] [coll.]Danke, Meister! [ugs.]
Ta, gov'ner. [Br.] [Cockney]Danke!
Ta, love! [Br.] Danke!
Ta, mate! [Br.] [coll.] Danke, Kumpel! [ugs.]
tā moko [Maori tattoo]Tā Moko {n} [Maori-Tätowierung]
Ta ta for now. <TTFN>Das war's für jetzt.
Ta ta for now! <TTFN>Tschüss! [ugs.]
ta ta's [Am.] [sl.] [WRONG for: tatas] [Titten]
ta tas [sl.] Tittis {pl} [ugs.]
Ta! [Br.] [Aus.] [coll.]Merci! [bes. schweiz., sonst informell: danke]
taaffeit [Mg3Al8BeO16]Taaffeit {m} [Magnesiotaaffeit-2N'2S]
tab Etikett {n}
tabSchlaufe {f}
tab Streifen {m}
tabTabulator {m}
tab Anhänger {m} [Schildchen etc.]
tab Karteireiter {m}
tab Kartenreiter {m}
tab Löt-Öse {f}
tab Schildchen {n}
tab Reiter {m} [auf Karteikarten, bei Computeranwendungen]
tab Aufhänger {m} [an Jacke etc.]
tab Tabulatur {f}
tabRegisterreiter {m}
tabRegisterkarte {f}
tab Tab {m} {n} [an einer Karteikarte od. die Registerkarte (EDV)]
tabFlachstecker {m}
tab Deckel {m} [Bierdeckel (mit Rechnung)]
tab Tab {m}
tab [British Military] [a marking on the collar distinguishing an officer of high rank or (formerly) a staff officer]Kragenspiegel {m} [hier: Rangabzeichen des britischen Militärs]
tab [coll.] Rechnung {f} [in einer Bar]
tab [coll.] [dosage form of cleaners]Tab {n} [ugs.] [Tablette] [Reinigungsmittel in Form einer (größeren) Tablette, Dosierungsvorgabe]
tab [coll.] [short for: tablet, esp. one containing an illicit drug]Tablette {f} [bes. eine, die Drogen enthält]
tab [flap]Lasche {f} [ugs.] [Registerkarte]
tab [index tab]Griff {m} [Index]
tab [N. Engl.] [coll.]Zigarette {f}
tab [SAP] Register {n} [SAP]
tab [short: tabloid] [Am.] Boulevardzeitung {f}
tab [short: tabloid] [Am.]Schmierblatt {n} [pej.]
tab bar Tab-Leiste {f}
tab character Tabstoppzeichen {n}
tab clear Tabulator löschen
tab collarTab-Kragen {m}
tab collar shirt Tab-Kragen-Hemd {n}
tab erasingTabulatorlöschen {n}
tab form Endlosformular {n}
tab indentTabulatoreinzug {m}
tab indentationTabulator-Einzug {m}
tab index [SAP]Registerindex {m} [SAP]
tab key Tabulatortaste {f}
tab of acid [sl.]LSD-Tablette {f}
tab page [SAP] Registerkarte {f} [SAP]
tab setTabulator setzen
tab socks [Am.] [no-show] No-Show-Socken {pl} [von Schuhen überdeckt]
tab stop Tabulator {m}
tab terminal Flachsteckeranschluss {m}
tab washer Sicherungsblech {n} [für Schrauben]
tabagism Tabakvergiftung {f}
tabanid larva Tabanidenlarve {f} [fachspr.]
tabanid larvaBremsenlarve {f}
tabanid speciesTabanidenart {f} [fachspr.]
tabanid species Bremsenart {f}
tabanids [family Tabanidae] Bremsen {pl} [Zweiflügler-Familie]
tabanids [family Tabanidae]Tabaniden {pl} [Bremsen]
tabanus trapBremsenfalle {f}
tabardWappenrock {m}
tabard Tappert {m}
tabard [e.g. high visibility vest] Überwurf {m} [z. B. Warnweste]
tabard [medieval costume mostly worn by men] Tapphart {m} [auch: Taphart] [Tappert]
tabard [medieval costume mostly worn by men]Tabard {m} [Tappert]
tabard [medieval costume mostly worn by men] Daphart {m} [Tappert]
tabardillo fever [murine typhus occurring especially in Mexico] Tabardillo-Fieber {n} [epidemisches Fleckfieber in Mittelamerika]
tabardsWappenröcke {pl}
Tabasco ®Tabasco ® {m}
Tabasco mud turtle [Kinosternon acutum]Spitzschnauzen-Klappschildkröte {f}
tabasco sauce Tabascosoße {f}
tabasco sauce Tabascosauce {f}
tabbed gekennzeichnet
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