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EnglishGerman
traditional medicinetraditionelle Medizin {f}
traditional music traditionelle Musik {f}
traditional newspaper [newspaper with a long history]Traditionszeitung {f}
traditional principles althergebrachte Grundsätze {pl}
traditional religion [tribal religion, esp. in Africa] traditionale Religion {f} [Stammesreligion, bes. in Afrika]
traditional school Traditionsschule {f}
traditional serrated adenoma <TSA> traditionelles serratiertes Adenom {n} <TSA>
traditional shirt Trachtenhemd {n}
traditional skirt Trachtenrock {m}
traditional speciality guaranteed <TSG> garantiert traditionelle Spezialität {f} <g.t.S., gtS>
traditional stronghold traditionelle Hochburg {f}
traditional style Trachtenmode {f}
traditional subscription warrant traditioneller Optionsschein {m}
traditional suit [men's] Trachtenanzug {m}
traditional surrogacyErsatzmutterschaft {f}
traditional uroscopy [natural medicine]traditionelle Harnschau {f} [Naturheilkunde]
traditional voter Stammwähler {m}
traditional wear traditionelle Kleidung {f}
[traditional afternoon snack of cold meats, cheese, bread, etc.] Marende {f} [bes. Südtirol]
[traditional Bavarian hat] Seppelhut {m}
[traditional Bavarian hat] Sepplhut {m}
[traditional Christmas display from the Ore Mountains of Germany] Weihnachtsberg {m}
[traditional course of studies with no separate undergraduate and graduate levels]grundständiges Studium {n} [mit Abschluss Diplom, Magister oder Staatsexamen]
[traditional Easter bread in Eastern and Southern Austria and Slovenia] Osterpinze {f} [österr.]
[traditional figures of the Cologne carnival wearing municipal guard costumes]Funken {pl} [Figuren des Kölner Karnevals]
[traditional German sweet pastry similar to a gingerbread man, often with a clay pipe, baked for St. Nicholas' Day or St. Martin's Day; literally "bread roll man"]Stutenkerl {m} [Weckmann, Hefemann, Klausenmann, Grättimaa, Grittibänz, Dambedei, Weckbobbe, Krampus]
[traditional German sweet pastry similar to a gingerbread man, often with a clay pipe, baked for St. Nicholas' Day or St. Martin's Day; literally "bread roll man"] Weckmann {m} [bes. südd.]
[traditional greeting of social democrats, socialists and communists]Freundschaft!
[traditional hard spice biscuit originating from Basel]Basler Läckerli {n} [schweiz.] [Leckerli]
[traditional Krampus sweet bread with raisins, baked for Saint Nicholas Day in Austria and Southern Germany] Krampus {m} [Krampusbrot]
[traditional nightly tryst of love in rural Switzerland and adjacent areas]Kiltgang {m} [schweiz.] [alemannisch]
[traditional peasant dish, similar to a pancake cut into small pieces, today mainly sweet dessert]Schmarrn {m} [österr.] [südd.]
[traditional pilgrimage with horses, esp. in Upper Bavaria, Germany] Georgiritt {m} [Pferdewallfahrt zu Ehren des heiligen Georg]
[traditional rural dish made from cereals or beans]Sterz {m} [österr.] [südd.]
[traditional Schnapps drinking and cabbage eating tour of north-west Germany] Kohlfahrt {f} [nordd.]
[traditional thorough house cleaning before Christmas] Weihnachtsputz {m} [Hausputz]
[traditional women's hat decorated with ribbons] Bänderhut {m} [Teil österreichischer Frauentrachten]
traditionalism Traditionalismus {m}
traditionalismFesthalten {n} am Alten
traditionalist Traditionalist {m}
traditionalist traditionalistisch
traditionalist [female]Traditionalistin {f}
traditionalistictraditionalistisch
traditionalityTraditionalität {f}
traditionalization Traditionalisierung {f}
traditionally althergebracht
traditionally altherkömmlich
traditionally herkömmlich
traditionally traditionell
traditionally traditionsgemäß
traditionallytraditionellerweise
traditionallyherkömmlicherweise
traditionallyder Tradition nach
traditionally klassischerweise
[(traditionally educated) middle-class intellectual]Bildungsbürger {m}
traditional-minded traditionsgesinnt [veraltet]
tradition-boundtraditionsgebunden
tradition-conscioustraditionsbewusst
tradition-historicaltraditionsgeschichtlich
tradition-rich traditionsreich
traditions Traditionen {pl}
traditions {pl} Brauchtum {n}
tradition-steepedtraditionsreich
traditory [obs.] [traditional]traditionell
traducedverleumdet
traducementVerleumdung {f}
traducementsVerleumdungen {pl}
traducerVerleumder {m}
traducianTraduzianist {m}
traducian traduzianistisch
traducian [female]Traduzianistin {f}
traducianism Traduzianismus {m}
traducing verleumdend
Trafalgar effectTrafalgar-Effekt {m}
Trafalgar Glacier Trafalgar-Gletscher {m}
Trafalgar Square Trafalgar-Platz {m}
Trafalgar Square der Trafalgar Square {m}
Trafalgar Square [Br.] [Monopoly] Opernplatz {m} [Monopoly]
traffic Autoverkehr {m}
traffic Verkehr {m}
traffic Datenverkehr {m}
trafficHandelsverkehr {m}
trafficTraffic {m}
traffic Datenaufkommen {n}
traffic {sg} [archaic] [wares, goods] Güter {pl} [Waren]
traffic [attr.] Verkehrs-
Traffic [Steven Soderbergh] Traffic – Macht des Kartells
traffic abatementVerkehrsberuhigung {f}
traffic accidentVerkehrsunfall {m}
traffic accidentsVerkehrsunfälle {pl}
traffic alert and collision avoidance system <TCAS> Verkehrs- und Kollisionswarnsystem {n}
traffic analysisVerkehrsanalyse {f}
traffic and transport <TT, T&T> Verkehr und Transport <VT>
traffic and transportation psychology Verkehrs- und Transportpsychologie {f}
traffic announcement <TA>Verkehrsdurchsage {f}
traffic area Verkehrsfläche {f}
traffic assessment Verkehrsschätzung {f}
traffic assignment Verkehrsumlegung {f}
traffic at a standstillVerkehrsstillstand {m}
traffic authorities Straßenverkehrsbehörden {pl}
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