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way there Hinweg {m}
way through Durchgang {m}
way through Durchreise {f}
way through Weg {m} hindurch
way to dieTodesart {f}
Way to go! [Am.] [sl.] Weiter so!
Way to go! [coll.] Gut gemacht! [auch ironisch]
Way to go! [sarcastic] Toll gemacht!
way to schoolSchulweg {m}
way too [coll.] [esp. Am.]viel zu
way too manyviel zu viele
way too much [coll.] viel zu viel
way too much [coll.] [used with verbs: e.g. love you / hate you way too much]viel zu sehr [steht bei Verben: z. B. liebe dich / hasse dich viel zu sehr]
way too often [coll.] viel zu oft
way too slow [coll.] viel zu langsam
way up Aufstieg {m}
way upAufgang {m}
way up high sehr weit oben
way up north (ganz) weit oben im Norden
Way wrong answer. [Am.] Völlig falsche Antwort.
wayang Wayang {n}
waybill Passagierliste {f}
waybill [Am.]Frachtbrief {m}
waybillsFrachtbriefe {pl}
waybills Passagierlisten {pl}
waybread [fig.] die Eucharistie {f}
wayfare [archaic] Reise {f}
wayfarer [female] [literary]Reisende {f} [zu Fuß]
wayfarer [female] [literary] Wanderin {f}
wayfarer [literary]Reisender {m} [zu Fuß]
wayfarer [literary] Wanderer {m}
wayfarer [literary]Fußreisender {m}
wayfarer [literary] Wandersmann {m} [hum.] [veraltet] [Wanderer]
wayfarer [Viburnum lantana]Wolliger Schneeball {m}
wayfarer [Viburnum lantana] (Flaumhaarige) Schlinge {f} [Wolliger Schneeball]
wayfarer [Viburnum lantana]Wollige Schlinge {f} [Wolliger Schneeball]
wayfarers Vagabunden {pl}
wayfarers [literary] Reisende {pl} [zu Fuß]
wayfarers [literary] Wanderer {pl}
wayfarers [literary]Wandersleute {pl} [veraltet] [hum.] [Wanderer]
wayfarer's tree [Viburnum lantana]Wolliger Schneeball {m}
wayfaring reisend
wayfaring manWandersmann {m}
wayfaring man Wandervogel {m} [fig.]
Wayfaring Stranger [James Lee Burke] Fremdes Land
wayfaring tree [Viburnum lantana] Wolliger Schneeball {m}
wayfaring tree [Viburnum lantana] (Flaumhaarige) Schlinge {f} [Wolliger Schneeball]
wayfaring tree [Viburnum lantana] Wollige Schlinge {f} [Wolliger Schneeball]
wayfaring tree [Viburnum opulus] Schneeball {m}
wayfinding (system) [also: way-finding] Signaletik {f}
wayfinding (system) [also: way-finding] Wegeleitsystem {n}
waying [obs.] [rare] Aufbruch {m} [Abreise]
waylaid aufgelauert
waylandite [BiAl3(PO4)2(OH)6] Waylandit {m}
waylaying auflauernd
wayleave Wegerecht {n}
wayleave Fahrrecht {n}
wayleave Gehrecht {n}
wayless unwegsam
waymaker Straßenbauer {m}
waymarkWegmarkierung {f}
waymarked path markierter Weg {m}
waymarked trail markierter Weg {m}
waymarker Wegweiser {m}
waymentation [obs.] Gejammer {n}
wayn [spv.] [dated] [horse-drawn cart] Pferdewagen {m}
Wayne and Wanda [The Muppet Show]Wayne & Wanda
Wayne's warbler [Dendroica virens, syn.: Setophaga virens] Grünwaldsänger {m}
way-out [coll.] [crazy] flippig [ugs.]
waypoint Zwischenstation {f}
waypointWegpunkt {m}
waysWege {pl}
waysGebräuche {pl}
waysFahrten {pl} [angegebene/bezahlte Strecken, auf Fahrkarten]
waysGepflogenheiten {pl}
ways [customs, habits] Gewohnheiten {pl}
ways [customs]Sitten {pl} [Gepflogenheiten]
ways and means Mittel und Wege
ways back Rückwege {pl}
ways home Heimwege {pl}
ways of communication Kommunikationswege {pl}
ways of cookingZubereitungsarten {pl}
ways of fundingFinanzierungsmöglichkeiten {pl}
ways outAuswege {pl}
Ways to Live Forever [Sally Nicholls]Wie man unsterblich wird - Jede Minute zählt
ways to school Schulwege {pl}
wayside Wegrand {m}
wayside Straßenrand {m}
waysideWegesrand {m} [geh.]
WaysideWayside Schule
wayside [attr.] am Wegesrand [nachgestellt] [geh.]
wayside crossWegkreuz {n}
wayside crossWegekreuz {n}
wayside cross Flurkreuz {n}
wayside crossMarterl {n} [bayer.] [österr.] [Wegkreuz]
wayside cross Bildstock {m} [österr.] [südd.] [Kruzifix]
wayside shrineBildstock {m}
wayside shrineMarterl {n} [Wegekapelle, Bildstock] [österr.] [bayer.]
wayside speedwell [Am.] [Veronica polita] Glänzender Ehrenpreis {m}
waysides Wegränder {pl}
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