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Tonkin snub-nosed monkey [Rhinopithecus avunculus] Tonkin-Stumpfnase {f}
Tonkin snub-nosed monkey [Rhinopithecus avunculus]Tonkin-Goldaffe {m}
Tonkinese (cat)Tonkanese {m} {f}
Tonlé Sap [Lake] Tonle-Sap-See {m}
tonmeister Tonmeister {m}
tonnageTonnage {f}
tonnage Tonnengehalt {m}
tonnage Tragfähigkeit {f}
tonnage displacement Wasserverdrängung {f}
tonne <t>metrische Tonne {f} <t>
tonne <t> [Br.] [1000 kg]Tonne {f} <t>
tonne kilometre <tkm> [Br.] [in metric tons] Tonnenkilometer {m} <tkm>
tonne of oil equivalent <TOE>Tonne {f} Rohöleinheit
tonneau [of an open car]hinterer Teil {m} [mit Rücksitzen / Rückbank]
tonneau coverFahrgastraumabdeckung {f}
tonneau cover [Am.]Abdeckplane {f} [Lastwagen]
tonneau cover [Am.] Verdeckhülle {f} [Cabrio]
tonneau cover [Am.] Pritschenabdeckung {f} [Lastwagen]
tonneau cover [Am.] Persenning {f} [Cabrio]
Tönnis / Toennis triple pelvic osteotomyTriple-Osteotomie {f} nach Tönnis [3-fache Beckenosteotomie]
tonofibrilTonofibrille {f}
tonogenesis Tonogenese {f}
tonogenic cardiac dilatationtonogene Herzdilatation {f}
tonographTonograph {m}
tonology Tonologie {f}
tonometer Blutdruckmesser {m}
tonometer Tonometer {m} {n}
tonometrically tonometrisch
tonometry Tonometrie {f}
tonometryAugeninnendruckmessung {f}
tonoplast Tonoplast {m}
tonotopy Tonotopie {f}
tonquin bean [Dipteryx odorata, syn.: Coumarouna odorata, Coumarouna tetraphylla, Dipteryx tetraphylla]Tonkabohne {f}
tons Tonnen {pl}
tons {pl} of fun [coll.]jede Menge {f} Spaß [ugs.]
tons {pl} of sth. [coll.]eine Menge {f} von etw. [Dat.] [ugs.] [große Menge, Unmenge]
tons per centimeter <TPC> [Am.] [draft] Tonnen {pl} je Zentimeter <t/cm> [Tiefgang]
tons submerged displacement Bruttoregistertonnen {pl}
tonsil Mandel {f}
tonsilTonsilla {f}
tonsilTonsille {f}
tonsil needle Tonsillennadel {f}
tonsil stone Tonsillenstein {m}
tonsil stone Mandelstein {m}
tonsil stones Mandelsteine {pl}
tonsilitis [spv.] Angina {f} (tonsillaris)
tonsilitis [spv.]Mandelentzündung {f}
tonsillar tonsillar
tonsillar zu den Gaumenmandeln / Rachenmandeln gehörend
tonsillar crypt [Crypta tonsillaris] Mandelkrypte {f}
tonsillar hypertrophy Mandelhypertrophie {f}
tonsillar plaguetonsilläre Pest {f}
tonsillar plugs Mandelpfröpfe {pl}
tonsillectomies Mandelentfernungen {pl}
tonsillectomy Mandelentfernung {f}
tonsillectomy Mandeloperation {f}
tonsillectomy Tonsillektomie {f}
tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy operation <T&A> Adeno-Tonsillektomie {f} <ATE> [auch: Adenotonsillektomie]
tonsillitis Angina {f} (tonsillaris)
tonsillitis Mandelentzündung {f}
tonsillitisTonsillitis {f}
tonsillolithTonsillenstein {m}
tonsillolith Mandelstein {m}
tonsillolithTonsillolith {m}
tonsillolithsMandelsteine {pl}
tonsillopharyngitisMandel- und Rachenentzündung {f}
tonsils Mandeln {pl}
tonsorial [often hum.] [rare] Haar-
tonsureTonsur {f}
tonsure Kopfschur {f} [Tonsur]
tonsuresTonsuren {pl}
Tontelange Tontelingen {n}
tontine Tontinengeschäft {n}
tontineTontine {f} [Form der Rentenversicherung]
tontineTontinenversicherung {f} [Form der Rentenversicherung]
tonus bundle Tonusbündel {n}
tony [Am.] [coll.]schick
tony [Am.] [coll.] [classy] nobel [ugs.] [schick, luxuriös]
Tony Peasbody Anton Bohnsack [Der kleine Vampir v. Angela Sommer-Bodenburg]
Tony Rome [Gordon Douglas]Der Schnüffler
too [Am. coll.: certainly]doch
too [as well, also] ebenfalls
too ... by half [Br.] viel / entschieden zu ...
too [excessively]allzu
too [excessively] [preceding adjective or adverb] zu [allzu] [vor Adjektiv oder Adverb]
too [in addition, also]auch
too [moreover] überdies
Too bad. Schade.
Too bad.Was für ein Pech.
Too bad.Was für ein Jammer.
Too bad!So ein Pech!
Too Beautiful for You [Bertrand Blier]Zu schön für Dich
too big to fail zu groß, um zu scheitern
too brilliant for words zu schön, um es in Worte zu fassen
too clever by halfüberschlau
too clever by half neunmalklug
too close for comfortbedrohlich nahe
too close for comfort [idiom] unangenehm nah / nahe
too close to call [zu knapp, um den Wahlausgang vorherzusagen]
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