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Wicked Priest [Dead Sea scrolls] Frevelpriester {m} [Qumran Schriftrollen]
Wicked ScienceTotal Genial
wicked servant [e.g. Mt 18:32; KJV]Schalksknecht {m} [noch biblisch, sonst veraltet] [z. B. Mt 18,32; Luther 1912]
wicked stepmother böse Stiefmutter {f}
wicked tonguelose Zunge {f}
wicked tonguespitze Zunge {f} [fig.]
wicked (winked) grin <WG> gemeines (zuzwinkerndes) Grinsen {n}
Wicked Witch of the East [The Wonderful Wizard of Oz]Böse Hexe des Ostens [Der Zauberer von Oz]
Wicked Witch of the West [The Wonderful Wizard of Oz] Böse Hexe des Westens [Der Zauberer von Oz]
Wicked Woman [Russell Rouse] Hände weg, Jonny!
Wicked! [Br.] [sl.]Wahnsinn! [ugs.] [toll]
wickedly in boshafter Weise
wickedly schlecht
wickedly frevelhaft [geh.]
wickedly frevlerisch
wickedly freventlich [veraltet]
wickedly craftyabgefeimt
wickedly crafty ausgekocht [ugs.] [durchtrieben]
wickedly expensive sündhaft teuer [ugs.]
wickedly expensive sündteuer [ugs.]
wickedness Bosheit {f}
wickedness Verruchtheit {f}
wickedness Boshaftigkeit {f}
wickednessSchlechtigkeit {f}
wickedness Frevel {m} [geh.]
wickedness [sinfulness]Sündhaftigkeit {f}
wickedness [viciousness] Bösartigkeit {f}
wickenburgite [Pb3CaAl [Si10O27]·3H2O]Wickenburgit {m}
wickerPeddigrohr {n}
wicker {sg} Korbwaren {pl}
wicker [attr.] [e.g. armchair, chair, furniture, pram or baby carriage] Korb- [z. B. Sessel, Stuhl, Möbel, Wagen]
wicker [attr.] [e.g. basket] Weiden- [Korbgeflecht-] [z. B. Korb]
wicker [pliable twig] Rute {f} [Weidenrute etc.]
wicker (arm) chair Rohrsessel {m}
wicker armchair Rohrsessel {m}
wicker armchair Korbsessel {m}
wicker baby carriage [Am.] Korbwagen {m} [Kinderwagen aus Korbgeflecht]
wicker (baby) pram [Br.] Korbwagen {m} [Kinderwagen aus Korbgeflecht]
wicker basket Weidenkorb {m}
wicker baskets Weidenkörbe {pl}
wicker chair geflochtener Stuhl {m}
wicker chairKorbstuhl {m}
wicker chairFlechtstuhl {m}
wicker chest Korbtruhe {f}
wicker fence geflochtener Zaun {m}
wicker furnitureRohrmöbel {n}
wicker furniture {sg}Korbmöbel {pl}
Wicker Park [Paul McGuigan]Sehnsüchtig
wicker trunkSchließkorb {m} [aus Weidenholz]
wickerbasketWeidenkorb {m}
wickerbottleKorbflasche {f}
wickerwork Flechtarbeit {f}
wickerworkRohrgeflecht {n}
wickerwork Flechtwerk {n}
wickerworkGeflecht {n} [Rohrgeflecht]
wickerwork {sg} Korbflechtwaren {pl}
wickerwork {sg} [objects]Korbwaren {pl}
wickerwork chair Rohrstuhl {m} [aus Ruten]
wicket Törchen {n}
wicket Schalterfenster {n} [meist vergittert]
wicket [Am.] [hoop in croquet] Tor {n} [Krocket]
wicket [Am.] [water engineering, lock] Schütze {f} [Wasserbau, Schleuse]
wicket [Am.] [water engineering, lock] Schütz {n} [Wasserbau, Schleuse]
wicket door [esp. for accessing a garage]Schlupftür {f}
wicket gate Pendeltüre {f}
wicket gateZauntür {f}
wicket (kiln) door [Ofentür, die zugemauert wird]
wicketkeeper [cricket] Torwächter {m}
wicketkeeper [cricket] Wicketkeeper {m}
wicketkeeper [female] [cricket] Torwächterin {f}
wicketsTörchen {pl}
Wickham striae {pl} [also: Wickham's striae]Wickham-Streifung {f}
Wickham striae [also: Wickham's striae] Wickham'sche Streifen {pl}
Wickham striae [also: Wickham's striae] Wickham-Streifen {pl}
wickholderDochthalter {m}
wicking material Dochtstoff {m}
wickiup [Am.] Wigwam {m}
wickmanite [MnSn(OH)6]Wickmanit {m}
wicksDochte {pl}
wicksite [NaCa2(Fe,Mn)4MgFe(PO4)6·2H2O]Wicksit {m}
wick-up [coll.] [Colaptes auratus] [northern flicker] Goldspecht {m}
Widal reaction [also: Gruber-Widal reaction] [Widal test] Gruber-Widal-Reaktion {f}
Widal test [also: Gruber-Widal test] Gruber-Widal-Test {m}
widder (woman) [dialect] [widow]Wittib {f} [regional, veraltet oder hum.] [Witwe]
widdershins [chiefly Scot.] [anticlockwise] gegen den Uhrzeigersinn
wide Breite {f}
wide weitgehend
wide weitreichend
wide sperrangelweit [ugs.]
wide umfassend
wide breit
wide [dress]ausladend
wide [spacious]geräumig
wide angle großer Winkel {m}
wide apartweit auseinander
wide apart weit geöffnet
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