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tightropeSeil {n} [für Seiltänzer]
Tightrope [Richard Tuggle]Der Wolf hetzt die Meute
tightrope act Hochseilakt {m}
tightrope act [also fig.] Drahtseilakt {m} [auch fig.]
tightrope artistDrahtseilkünstler {m}
tightrope artist Hochseilartist {m}
tightrope artist [female] Drahtseilkünstlerin {f}
tightrope artisteHochseilartist {m}
tightrope walk Hochseilakt {m}
tightrope walk [fig.]Gratwanderung {f} [fig.]
tightrope walker Seiltänzer {m}
tight-rope walker Seiltänzer {m}
tightrope walker [female]Seiltänzerin {f}
tightrope walkers Seiltänzer {pl}
tightrope walker's gaitSeiltänzergang {m}
tightrope walking Seiltanz {m}
tightropes Seile {pl}
tights {pl} Strumpfhose {f}
tights [more than one pair]Strumpfhosen {pl}
tightwad [Am.] [coll.] Geizkragen {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
tightwad [Am.] [coll.]Geizhals {m} [pej.]
Tiglath-Pileser [Tukulti-apil-Ešarra: name of three kings of Assyria]Tiglat-Pileser {m}
tiglic acid [C5H8O2] Tiglinsäure {f}
tiglon [also tigon] [offspring of a male tiger and a female lion] Töwe {m} [Kreuzungsprodukt aus einem Tiger und einer Löwin]
tigon [also tiglon] Töwe {m}
Tigre [also: Tigray] [Ethiopia] Tigray {n} [Region in Nordäthiopien]
Tigre [Argentina]Tigre {n} [die Stadt und das Partido (Landkreis) in Argentinien]
Tigre (language) [Tigré, Tigrē]Tigre {n} [Sprache in Eritrea und im Sudan]
tigre (snake) [Spilotes pullatus] Hühnerfresser {m} [Schlange]
tigressTigerin {f}
tigress Tigerweibchen {n}
tigresses Tigerinnen {pl}
tigrillo [Leopardus tigrinus] Tigerkatze {f}
tigrillo [Leopardus tigrinus]Ozelotkatze {f}
Tigrinya (language) [often written as: Tigrigna] Tigrinisch {n}
tigroid bodies [Nissl bodies]Tigroidschuppen {pl} [Nissl-Körperchen]
TikalTikal {n}
tike [Br.] [coll.] [spv.] Lümmel {m} [ugs.]
tike [Br.] [coll.] [spv.] Person {f} aus Yorkshire
tike [spv.] Köter {m} [pej.]
tikes [Am.] Lümmel {pl}
tikes [spv.] Köter {pl} [pej.]
tikhonenkovite [SrAlF4(OH)·H2O] Tikhonenkovit {m}
Tikhonov's fixed point theorem [also: Tychonoff / Tychonoff's / Tikhonov fixed point theorem] Fixpunktsatz {m} von Tychonoff
tikiTiki {m}
tiki torches Petroleumfackeln {pl}
tiki-taka Tiki-Taka {n}
tiki-taka [also: tiqui-taca; style of play in football / soccer] Tiqui-Taca {n} [Spielstil im Fußball]
tiki-taka [style of play in football / soccer] Tikitaka {n} [Spielstil im Fußball]
tiki-taka play Tiqui-Taca-Spiel {n}
tiki-taka playTiki-Taka-Spiel {n}
tiktaalik [Tiktaalik roseae]Tiktaalik {m}
tik-tik fly [coll.] [genus Glossina] [tsetse fly] Tik-tik-Fliege {f} [selten für: Tsetse-Fliege]
TikToker TikToker {m}
til [criticized coll. abbreviation of until] [till]bis
'til [criticized coll. abbreviation of until] [till] bis
'Til Death Ehe ist ...
til doomsday [coll.] für alle Zeit
til doomsday [coll.]für immer
tilapia Tilapia {m}
tilapia [genus Tilapia]Buntbarsch {m}
tilasite [CaMg(AsO4)F] Tilasit {m}
Tilburg Tilburg {n}
tilbury [light two-wheeled carriage] Tilbury {m} [leichter zweirädriger Wagen]
tilde Wiederholungszeichen {n}
tilde <~> Tilde {f} <~>
tildesTilden {pl}
tile Platte {f} [relativ dünn; Fliese, Kachel]
tilePlättli {n} [schweiz.]
tile [clay] Tonziegel {m}
tile [roof tile] Ziegel {m} [Dachziegel]
tile [Scrabble, mahjong] Spielstein {m}
tile [screen tile, image tile] Kachel {f} [Bildschirmkachel, Bildkachel]
tile adhesiveFliesenkleber {m}
tile adjusting plateFliesenlegerecke {f}
tile and slab floor Stahlbetonrippendecke {f}
tile breaking pliers {pl} [one pair] Fliesenbrechzange {f}
tile cement Fliesenkleber {m}
tile chiselFliesenmeißel {m}
tile cladding Fliesenbelag {m}
tile crew Fliesenlegerteam {n}
tile cutterFliesenschneider {m}
tile cutting and breaking pliers {pl} [one pair] Fliesenschneid- und Brechzange {f}
tile cutting machine Fliesenschneidmaschine {f}
tile cutting pliers {pl} [one pair] Fliesenschneidzange {f}
tile face Fliesenoberseite {f}
tile fileFliesenfeile {f}
tile floor Fliesenboden {m}
tile hole cutter Fliesenlochschneider {m}
tile installationFliesenverlegung {f}
tile maker Fliesenhersteller {m}
tile man [Am.] Fliesenleger {m}
tile punch pliers {pl} [one pair]Fliesenlochzange {f}
tile rack [e.g., Scrabble] Bänkchen {n} [Spielsteinhalter, z. B. Scrabble]
tile roof Ziegeldach {n}
tile sawFliesensäge {f}
tile saw bow Fliesensägebogen {m}
tile saw wire Fliesensägedraht {m}
tile scriberReißnadel {f} [Fliesenreißer]
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