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wounded honour [Br.] gekränkte Ehre {f}
wounded in action <WIA> [postpos.]im Kampfeinsatz verwundet
Wounded Knee Massacre [1890]Massaker {n} von Wounded Knee [auch: Wounded-Knee-Massaker]
wounded manVerwundeter {m}
wounded personVerwundeter {m}
wounded person Blessierter {m} [veraltet] [Verwundeter]
wounded pride gekränkter Stolz {m}
wounded soul [person]Seelenkrüppel {m} [ugs.] [derb]
wounded vanity verletzte Eitelkeit {f}
wounded womanVerwundete {f}
wounded-tree beetles [family Nosodendridae]Saftkäfer {pl}
wounding anschießend
wounding verwundend
wounding [remark, tone] verletzend [fig.]
woundless [less frequent than: unwounded] unverletzt
wound-paper capacitor Papierwickelkondensator {m}
wounds Wunden {pl}
wounds Blessuren {pl} [geh.]
wound-up dollaufgezogene Puppe {f}
woundwort [Achillea millefolium, also A. magna] [(common) yarrow] (Gemeine) Schafgarbe {f}
woundwort [genus Stachys]Ziest {m}
woundwort [Solidago virgaurea] [European goldenrod] Gewöhnliche Goldrute {f}
woundwort [Solidago virgaurea] [European goldenrod] Gemeine Goldrute {f}
woundwort [Solidago virgaurea] [European goldenrod] Echte Goldrute {f}
woundwort [Stachys palustris] Schweinsrübe {f}
woundwort [Stachys palustris] Sumpf-Ziest / Sumpfziest {m}
woundwort shieldbug [Eysarcoris venustissimus]Dunkler Dickwanst {m} [Baumwanzenart]
woundwort shieldbug [Eysarcoris venustissimus]Schillerwanze {f}
wourali [rare] [curare] Curare {n}
wouralia [rare] [curare]Curare {n}
wove paperVelinpapier {n}
woven gewebt
woven around [also fig.]umwoben [auch fig.]
woven bone Geflechtknochen {m}
woven boneFaserknochen {m} [Geflechtknochen]
woven carpet Webteppich {m}
woven coir fabricKokosgewebe {n}
woven fabricGewebe {n}
woven fabric dyeingWebwarenfärbung {f}
woven fabrics Webwaren {pl}
woven goods Webwaren {pl}
woven goods {pl} Webware {f}
woven in [if attributively used usually: woven-in]eingewebt
(woven) fabric Stoff {m}
wow [coll.] Bombenerfolg {m} [ugs.]
wow [coll.]großartige Sache {f}
wow [coll.] großer Erfolg {m}
wow [coll.] Bombensache {f}
wow [coll.]Bombending {n} [ugs.]
wow and flutterTonhöhenschwankungen {pl}
wow and flutterGleichlaufschwankung {f}
Wow! Ma! [österr.] [ugs.]
Wow! [coll.] Toll! [ugs.]
Wow! [coll.] Mensch! [ugs.]
Wow! [coll.] Wow!
Wow! [coll.] Donnerlüttchen! [nordd.] [ugs.]
Wow! [coll.]Do legst di nieda! [ugs.] [bayer.] [österr.] [Redewendung]
Wow! [coll.]Boah (ey)! [ugs.]
Wow! [coll.] [expression of surprise or amazement] Donnerkeil! [ugs.] [Ausruf des Erstaunens und der Verwunderung]
Wow! [expression of joyous surprise] Hach! [Ausruf der freudigen Überraschung]
Wow! [expression of surprise or amazement, normally positive]Oha! [Ausruf des Staunens]
Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! [created by Bob Boyle] [animierte US-amerikanische Kinderserie]
wowser [Aus.] [NZ] Puritaner {m} [sittenstrenger Mensch]
wowser [coll.] [Aus.] [NZ] [teetotaller or person opposed to alcohol] Antialkoholiker {m}
wow-wow mute Wow-Wow-Dämpfer {m}
woylie [Bettongia penicillata] Bürstenschwanz-Rattenkänguru {n}
woyote [Am.] [coll.] [less often for: coywolf] [canid hybrid]Coywolf {m} [Kanidenhybrid]
Woyzeck Woyzeck [Werner Herzog]
WoyzeckWoyzeck [Georg Büchner]
Wozzeck [opera]Wozzeck [Oper] [Alban Berg]
Wozzeck [title character in Berg's opera] Wozzeck {m} [Titelfigur in der Oper von Alban Berg]
w-pouch [after Nichols] W-Pouch {m} [nach Nichols]
wrack {sg} [seaweed cast up on shore] angeschwemmte Meerespflanzen {pl}
wrack [archaic or dialect] Wrack {n}
wrack [rare] [wreckage cast up on shore] Strandgut {n}
wrack [seaweed esp. Kelp] Seetang {m}
wracked fuselage structuregewickelte Rumpfstruktur {f} [Flugzeugbau]
wraith Gespenst {n}
wraithGeist {m} [Gespenst]
wraithGeistererscheinung {f}
wraithlike [ghostly] gespenstisch
wraithlike [ghostly] geisterhaft
wraithlike [unreal, vague]schemenhaft
wraiths Gespenster {pl}
Wrangel Island Wrangelinsel {f}
wrangle Streit {m}
wrangleStreiterei {f}
wrangle Zank {m}
wrangled gestritten
wrangler Streithansl {m} [österr.]
wrangler Zänker {m}
wrangler streitsüchtige Person {f}
wrangler [Am.]Cowboy {m}
wrangler [Am.] [horse wrangler]Viehhirt {m} [Cowboy]
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