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EnglishGerman
whole-tone trillGanztontriller {m}
wholewheat Schrot {m} [Weizenschrot]
wholewheat [attr.] Vollkorn-
wholewheat breadVollkornbrot {n}
wholewise [rare] ganz [vollständig]
whole-word reading Ganzwortlesen {n} [auch: Ganzwort-Lesen]
wholism [also: holism] Ganzheitslehre {f}
wholly gänzlich
wholly ganz [vollständig]
wholly ganz und gar
wholly völlig
wholly vollständig
wholly foreign-owned enterprise <WFOE> Wholly Foreign-Owned Enterprise {n} <WFOE> [Gesellschaft mit ausschließlich ausländischer Beteiligung (in China)]
wholly inconsistent voll von Widersprüchen [nachgestellt]
wholly milled ricevollständig geschliffener Reis {m}
wholly owned subsidiary hundertprozentige Tochter {f}
wholly unemployedvollarbeitslos
wholly-owned subsidiary hundertprozentige Tochtergesellschaft {f}
whom wen
whomwelchen
whomwem
whomden
Whom / Who am I speaking with? [phone call]Mit wem spreche ich? [Telefonat]
Whom did you see? [formal] Wen hast du gesehen?
Whom do you want to see?Zu wem wollen Sie? [formelle Anrede]
Whom does it affect? Wen betrifft es? [negativ]
Whom should I address? Wer ist mein Ansprechpartner?
Whom should I approach? An wen soll ich mich wenden?
Whom should I meet but ... Wen anders sollte ich treffen als ...
Whom the gods love dies young.Wen Gott liebt, ruft er früh zu sich.
whomever wen auch immer
whomever [indirect objective case of whoever]wem auch immer [Dat. Objektsfall von wer auch immer]
whomp heftiger Schlag {m}
Whomping Willow [Harry Potter]Peitschende Weide {f}
whomsoeverwem auch immer
whoomphKnall {m} [Geräusch]
whoopRuf {m}
whoopFreudenschrei {m}
whoop Keuchen {n} [z. B. bei Keuchhusten]
whoop Schlachtruf {m} [fig.]
whoop Geschrei {n}
whoop of joy Freudenschrei {m}
Whoop-de-do! [sl.] [sarcastic] Na, großartig! [ironisch]
whoopedgeschrien
whoopeeFreudenfest {n}
whoopee [coll.]Rummel {m} [ugs.]
whoopee cushionFurzkissen {n}
whoopee cushion Pupskissen {n}
Whoopee!Juchhu!
whoopeesFreudenfeste {pl}
whooper swan [Cygnus cygnus]Singschwan {m}
whoopie cushion [spv.] [practical joke device] Furzkissen {n} [derb] [Scherzartikel]
whoopie pie [Am.][amerikanisches Gebäck]
whoopingschreiend
whoopinganfeuernd [mit Geschrei]
whoopingbrüllend
whoopingAnfeuern {n} [mit Geschrei]
whooping cough Keuchhusten {m}
whooping cough Stickhusten {m} [veraltet] [Keuchhusten]
whooping cough blauer Husten {m} [veraltet]
whooping cough Pertussis {f} [Keuchhusten]
whooping cough vaccination Keuchhustenimpfung {f}
whooping crane [Grus americana] Schreikranich {m}
whooping screams anfeuernde Schreie {pl}
whooping swan [Cygnus cygnus, syn.: Olor cygnus] Singschwan {m}
whooping with joy jauchzend
whoopingcough [obs.] Keuchhusten {m}
Whoops Apocalypse [Tom Bussmann](Zu spät -) Die Bombe fliegt
Whoops! [coll.] Hoppla!
Whoops! [coll.]Ups! [ugs.]
whoopsie [coll.] [Br.] peinlicher Fehler {m}
whoosh zisch [Rakete, Schnellzug]
whooshhusch
whooshed [coll.] gerauscht
whooshing [sound] rauschend
whopper [coll.] Mordsding {n} [ugs.]
whopper [coll.]Riese {m}
whopper [coll.] Riesending {n} [ugs.]
whopper [coll.] [a very large object, esp. a fish] Kaventsmann {m} [regional] [ein großes Etwas, bes. ein Fisch]
whopper [coll.] [large object]Ömmes {m} [rheinisch oder Ruhrdeutsch] [großes Ding]
whopper [coll.] [large object]Oschi {m} [ugs.] [großes Ding]
whopper [coll.] [sth. extremely or unusually large]Trumm {n} [österr.] [ugs.] [sonst regional] [dicker Brocken]
whopper [coll.] [(very) large object] Eumel {m} [ugs.] [(sehr) großer Gegenstand]
whopper [something very huge] Mordstrumm {n} (von etw. [+Dat.]) [ugs.] [bayer.] [österr.] [sehr großes Stück / Exemplar von etwas]
whopper (of a lie) [coll.] faustdicke Lüge {f}
whopping [coll.] kolossal
whopping [coll.] riesig
whopping [coll.] Riesen-
whopping [coll.] Mords- [ugs.]
whopping lie [coll.] faustdicke Lüge {f}
whore Hure {f}
whore Nutte {f}
whore Prostituierte {f}
whore Freudenmädchen {n}
whoreFotzen {f} [österr.] [in Wien derb für: Hure]
whorefeile Dirne {f} [veraltet]
whore Feildirne {f} [veraltet]
whoreMensch {n} [österr.] [ugs.] [pej.] [Hure]
whore activismHurenaktivismus {m}
Whore of Babylon Hure {f} Babylon
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