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tongue bite [bite on the tongue, e.g. in epileptic seizures] Zungenbiss {m}
tongue bladeZungenspatel {m} [aus Metall]
tongue blade Zungenspachtel {m} [Zungenspatel aus Metall]
tongue blade Zungenblatt {n}
tongue boneZungenbein {n}
tongue broth Zungenbrühe {f}
tongue brush Zungenbürste {f}
tongue burning (sensation) Zungenbrennen {n}
tongue cancerZungenkrebs {m}
tongue carcinomaZungenkarzinom {n} [auch: Zungen-Karzinom]
tongue cell Zungenzelle {f}
tongue cleaner Zungenreiniger {m}
tongue cleaningZungenreinigung {f}
tongue coral [Herpolitha spp., Polyphyllia spp.]Zungenkoralle {f}
tongue cress [Lepidium sativum] [garden cress] Garten-Kresse / Gartenkresse {f}
tongue depressor Zungenspatel {m}
tongue depressorHolzspatel {m} [Zungenspatel]
tongue diagnosisZungendiagnose {f}
tongue forceps {pl} [one pair] Zungenzange {f}
tongue frenulum [frenulum linguae]Zungenbändchen {n}
tongue frenulum [frenulum linguae] Zungenband {n}
tongue frenulum piercing Zungenbändchenpiercing {n}
tongue fuse Klöppelzünder {m}
tongue guardZungenprotektor {m}
tongue in cheek mit Hintergedanken
tongue in cheek <TIC> [idiom]ironisch (gemeint)
tongue kiss Zungenkuss {m}
tongue movementZungenbewegung {f}
tongue of iceEiszunge {f}
tongue of land Landzunge {f}
tongue of rock Felszunge {f}
tongue of veal Kalbszunge {f}
tongue pacemaker Zungenschrittmacher {m}
tongue pain Zungenschmerz {m}
tongue pepperweed [Lepidium nitidum] Glänzende Kresse {f}
tongue piercingZungenpiercing {n}
tongue plane Spundhobel {m}
tongue positionZungenlage {f}
tongue reconstruction [glossoplasty]Zungenrekonstruktion {f}
tongue rolling Zungenrollen {n}
tongue root [Radix linguae] Zungenwurzel {f}
tongue sausage Zungenwurst {f}
tongue scraper Zungenschaber {m}
tongue shape Zungenform {f}
tongue sheath Zungenscheide {f}
tongue space Zungenraum {m}
tongue spatulaZungenspatel {m}
tongue spatula Zungenspachtel {m} {f} [Zungenspatel]
tongue splitting [decorative body modification] Zungenspaltung {f} [Körpermodifikation als Körperschmuck]
tongue strikes [frogs] Zungenschläge {pl}
tongue stud Zungenstecker {m} [Zungenpiercing]
tongue thrustZungenpressen {n}
tongue thrusting Zungenpressen {n}
tongue tie [coll.] [ankyloglossia] Ankyloglossie {f} [zu kurzes Zungenbändchen]
tongue tip [also: tongue-tip] Zungenspitze {f}
tongue tissueZungengewebe {n}
tongue transplant Zungentransplantation {f}
tongue transplantation Zungentransplantation {f}
tongue trowel Zungenspachtel {m} {f} [für Mörtel]
tongue trowel Zungenkelle {f}
tongue twisterZungenbrecher {m}
tongue vibratoZungenvibrato {n}
tongue web piercingZungenbändchenpiercing {n}
tongue worm [Linguatula] Zungenwurm {m} [Helminthologie]
tongue worms [Pentastomida]Zungenwürmer {pl}
[tongue-in-cheek term for Christmas used in the former GDR] Jahresendzeitfest {n} [DDR-Sprachgebrauch] [hum.] [Weihnachten]
[tongue-in-cheek term for Santa Claus in the former GDR]Jahresendzeitmann {m} [hum.] [DDR-Sprachgebrauch]
[tongue-shaped chocolates]Katzenzungen {pl}
(tongue) forking [decorative body modification]Zungenspaltung {f} [Körpermodifikation als Körperschmuck]
tongued gezapft
tongued and grooved joint <TG, T&G> [also: tongue-and-groove joint] Nut- und Federverbindung {f}
tongue-in-cheek [idiom]witzelnd [unernst]
tongue-in-cheek [idiom] augenzwinkernd [fig.] [nicht ernst gemeint]
tongue-in-cheek [idiom] nicht ernst gemeint [ironisch gemeint, witzelnd]
tongue-in-cheek [idiom] nicht ernstgemeint [ironisch gemeint, witzelnd]
tongue-lashing [coll.] Rüffel {m} [ugs.]
tongue-lashing [coll.] Standpauke {f} [ugs.]
tongue-leaf copper-moss [Scopelophila cataractae]Kleines Kupfermoos {n}
tongueletZünglein {n}
tongues Zungen {pl}
tongues movement Zungenbewegung {f}
tongues of angelsEngelszungen {pl}
tongues of fire Flammenzungen {pl}
tongues of fire Feuerzungen {pl}
tongues of flame Flammenzungen {pl}
tongues of flame Feuerzungen {pl}
tongue's position Zungenlage {f}
Tongues will wag. Das wird Gerede geben.
tongue-shaped zungenförmig
tongue-shaped basin Zungenbecken {n}
tongue-shaped trowelZungenspachtel {m} {f} [für Mörtel]
tongue-shaped trowel Zungenkelle {f}
tonguesole [Symphurus nigrescens]Gitter-Hundszunge {f}
tongue-tied sprachlos
tongue-tied stumm [sprachlos]
tonguingZungenschlag {m}
TonianTonium {n}
tonic Stärkungsmittel {n}
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