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Tc99m sestamibi [technetium (99mTc) sestamibi] Tc99m-Sestamibi {n}
T-cell receptors T-Zell-Rezeptoren {pl}
T-cell recruitment T-Zell-Rekrutierung {f}
tchatja [ugs.]
Tchebysheff's inequality Tschebyschow-Ungleichung {f}
Tchebysheff's inequality [also: Chebyshev's inequality] Tschebyscheff'sche Ungleichung {f}
Tcheremissian [spv.] tscheremissisch
Tchiowa [local name for Cabinda (city), capital city of Cabinda Province]Cabinda {n} [Hauptstadt der Provinz Cabinda]
tchotchke [Yidd.] Schnickschnack {m} [Kinkerlitzchen]
tchotchkes {pl} [coll.] [esp. Am.] [from Yiddish] [also: tchatchkes, tsatskes] Nippes {m}
tchoukball [indoor team sport]Tchoukball {m} [Sportart]
TCP connection TCP-Verbindung {f}
T-dot <T.O.> [coll.] [Can.] [nickname for Toronto] [Spitzname für Toronto, Kanada]
Te Deum (laudamus) Ambrosianischer Lobgesang {m}
TE speech TE-Stimme {f}
teaTee {m}
tea [Aus.] [NZ] [N. Engl.] [Scot.] [evening meal]Essen {n} [Hauptmahlzeit am Abend]
tea [Br.] [evening meal] Abendessen {n}
tea [esp. Br.]Vesper {n} [bes. südd.; auch {f}] [Zwischenmahlzeit am Nachmittag]
tea [esp. Br.] Zabig {m} {n} [schweiz.] [Zwischenmahlzeit am Nachmittag]
tea [esp. Br.] [light afternoon meal]Zvieri {m} {n} [schweiz.]
tea [meal, esp. Br.] Jause {f} [österr.]
tea [sl.] [dated] Marihuana {n}
(tea / coffee) urnKessel {m}
tea addict passionierter Teetrinker {m}
tea addict [female] passionierte Teetrinkerin {f}
tea and sympathy Trost und Rat
tea aphid [Toxoptera aurantii, syn.: T. aurantiae, T. coffeae thomensis, T. theobromae, Aphis aurantii, A. camelliae, A. coffeae, Ceylonia theaecola] Schwarze Zitrusblattlaus {f}
tea aphid [Toxoptera aurantii, syn.: T. aurantiae, T. coffeae thomensis, T. theobromae, Aphis camelliae, A. coffeae, Ceylonia theaecola] Teeblattlaus {f}
tea aphid [Toxoptera aurantii, syn.: T. aurantiae, T. coffeae thomensis, T. theobromae, Aphis camelliae, A. coffeae, Ceylonia theaecola]Kaffeeblattlaus / Kaffee-Blattlaus {f}
tea assortmentTeeassortiment {n}
tea bag Teebeutel {m}
tea bag Aufgussbeutel {m} [Teebeutel]
tea bag paper Teebeutelpapier {n}
tea bag tag Papieretikett {n} am Teebeutel
tea bagsTeebeutel {pl}
tea ball Teekugel {f}
tea ball [Am.] Tee-Ei {n}
tea ball [Am.]Teeei {n}
tea balls [Am.] Tee-Eier {pl}
tea biscuitTeegebäck {n}
tea biscuits {pl} [Br.] Teebäckerei {f} [österr.] [Teegebäck]
tea (black) scale [Parlatoria theae]Citruslöffelschildlaus {f}
tea (black) scale [Parlatoria theae]Zitruslöffelschildlaus {f}
tea blend Teemischung {f}
tea boom Teeboom {m}
tea break Pause {f}
tea breakTeepause {f}
tea break [Br.] Brotzeit {f} [südd.] [Arbeitspause]
tea brick [Br.] Teeziegel {m}
tea bushTeestrauch {m}
tea bushTeebusch {m}
tea caddies Teebüchsen {pl}
tea caddy Teebüchse {f}
tea caddyTeedose {f}
tea cake Rosinenbrötchen {n}
tea cakes {pl}Teegebäck {n}
tea candle Teelicht {n}
tea candy Teebonbon {m} {n} [österr. nur {n}]
tea canisterTeedose {f}
tea cart Servierwagen {m}
tea ceremonyTeezeremonie {f}
tea chest Teekiste {f}
tea chest [Br.] Umzugskarton {m}
tea clipper Teeklipper {m}
tea cloth kleine Tischdecke {f}
tea cloth [Br.]Geschirrtuch {n}
tea cosiesTeewärmer {pl}
tea cosy [Br.]Teewärmer {m} [Teehaube]
tea cosy [Br.] Teehaube {f}
tea cosy [Br.] Wärmehaube {f} [für Teekanne]
tea cozy [Am.]Teewärmer {m} [Teehaube]
tea cozy [Am.]Teehaube {f}
tea crabapple [Malus hupehensis, syn.: Malus theifera] Tee-Apfel {m}
tea cultureTeekultur {f}
tea cup Teetasse {f}
tea cup Teeschale {f} [Teetasse]
tea dance Tanztee {m}
tea dealerTeehändler {m}
tea drinkerTeetrinker {m}
tea drinker [female] Teetrinkerin {f}
tea egg Teeei {n} [marmoriertes Ei]
tea egg Tee-Ei {n}
tea egg [chiefly Br.: egg-shaped tea infuser] Teeei {n}
tea eggs Tee-Eier {pl}
tea extract Teeextrakt {m} [auch {n}]
tea extractTee-Extrakt {m} [auch {n}]
tea extract powderTeeextraktpulver {n}
tea factory Teefabrik {f}
tea family {sg} [family Theaceae] Teestrauchgewächse {pl}
tea filterTeefilter {m} [fachspr. meist {n}]
tea fungus [Medusomyces gisevii]Teepilz {m} [Kombucha-Pilz]
tea garden Teegarten {m}
tea garden [plantation] Teeplantage {f}
tea glass Teeglas {n}
tea gownNachmittagskleid {n}
tea harvest Teeernte {f}
tea harvestTee-Ernte {f}
tea in bags Beuteltee {m}
Tea in the Harem [Mehdi Charef] Tee im Harem des Archimedes
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