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EnglishGerman
weatherproof wetterdicht
weatherproof wetterfest
weatherproof witterungsbeständig
weather-proofwetterbeständig
weatherproofwetterbeständig
weatherproof witterungsgeschützt [wetterfest]
weatherproofwettergeschützt
weatherproof cape Wetterfleck {m} [österr.]
weatherproof capeWetterschutz {m} [Umhang]
weatherproofedwetterdicht gemacht
weatherproofing wetterdicht machend
weather-protectedwitterungsgeschützt
weather-relatedwetterbedingt
weather-related causes of death wetterbedingte Todesursachen {pl}
weather-related travel disruptionwetterbedingter Verkehrsstillstand {m}
weather-resistance steel witterungsbeständiger Stahl {m}
weather-resistant wetterbeständig
weather-resistant wetterstabil
weather-resistant wetterfest
weather-resistant witterungsbeständig
weather-resisting steel witterungsbeständiger Stahl {m}
weathersWitterungen {pl}
weather-sealed wetterfest
weather-sensitive wetterfühlig
weatherstripDichtungsleiste {f}
weatherstrip [for doors] Türdichtungsband {n}
weatherstrip [for windows]Fensterdichtungsband {n}
weatherstripping [around windows, doors] Abdichtung {f} [Fensterabdichtung, Türenabdichtung]
weatherstripsDichtungsleisten {pl}
weathertightwetterdicht
weathertight wetterfest
weathertightnessDichtheit {f} [z. B. von Fenstern, Türen]
Weathertop [J. R. R. Tolkien] Wetterspitze {f}
weathervane Wetterfahne {f}
weathervane Wetterhahn {m} [Wetterfahne]
weatherwise wettermäßig
weather-wise wettermäßig
weather-wornverwittert
weather-worn wettergeplagt [selten] [wettergegerbt]
weave Gewebe {n}
weaveWebart {f}
weaveWedeln {n}
weave Fadenlauf {m}
weave Gespinst {n}
weave Flechte {f} [Slowfox, langsamer Walzer]
weaveBindung {f}
weave Bindungsmuster {n}
weave ending Flechtenende {n} [Foxtrott]
weave-inWedeln {n}
weave-outWedeln {n}
weaverWeber {m}
weaver [coll.] [through traffic]Lückenspringer {m} [ugs.]
weaver [coll.] [through traffic]Kolonnenspringer {m} [ugs.]
weaver [female] Weberin {f}
weaver [of baskets, straw mats etc.]Flechter {m}
weaver ant [Oecophylla smaragdina]Asiatische Weberameise {f}
weaver ants [genus Oecophylla]Weberameisen {pl}
weaver beetle [Lamia textor]Schwarzer Weberbock {m}
weaver bird Webervogel {m}
weaver birds Webervögel {pl}
weaver finch [Amadina fasciata]Bandamadine {f}
weaver finch [Amadina fasciata] Bandfink {m}
weaver finchesWebervögel {pl}
weaversWeber {pl}
weavers [family Trachinidae] Weberfische {pl}
weavers [weaver birds]Webervögel {pl}
weaver's bamboo [Bambusa textilis]Blauer Bambus {m}
weaver's beamWebebaum {m}
weaver's broom [Spartium junceum, formerly: Genista juncea] Pfriemenginster {m}
weaver's fritillary [Boloria dia, syn.: Clossiana dia] [butterfly] Hainveilchen-Scheckling {m} [Tagfalterart]
weaver's fritillary [Boloria dia, syn.: Clossiana dia] [butterfly]Kleiner Magerrasen-Perlmutterfalter {m}
weaver's fritillary [Boloria dia, syn.: Clossiana dia] [butterfly] (Kleiner) Magerrasen-Perlmuttfalter {m}
weaver's fritillary [Boloria dia] [butterfly]Magerrasen-Perlmutterfalter {m}
weaver's fritillary [Boloria dia] [butterfly] Hainveilchen-Perlmutterfalter {m}
weaver's knotWeberkreuzknoten {m}
weaver's knotgekreuzter Weberknoten {m}
weaver's scissors {pl} Weberschere {f}
weaver's trade Weberhandwerk {n}
Weavers' Uprising [also: weavers' uprising] Weberaufstand {m}
weaver's wave [Idaea contiguaria, also I. eburnata] [moth]Fetthennen-Felsflur-Kleinspanner {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
weaver's wave [Idaea contiguaria, also I. eburnata] [moth]Bräunlicher Felsflur-Kleinspanner {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
weaver's wave [Idaea contiguaria, also I. eburnata] [moth]Fetthennen-Felsflur-Zwergspanner {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
(weaver's) shuttle Weberschiffchen {n}
Weaveworld [Clive Barker] Gyre
weavingWeben {n}
weaving webend
weavinghorizontale und vertikale Ausweichmanöver {pl} im Endflug
weaving Weberei {f}
weaving [attr.] [e.g. comb, machine, pattern, sword, technique] Web- [z. B. Kamm, Maschine, Muster, Schwert, Technik]
weaving [horses] Weben {n} [Verhaltensstörung]
weaving cellarWebkeller {m}
weaving comb Webkamm {m}
weaving combWebblatt {n} [Webkamm]
weaving loom Webstuhl {m}
weaving machineWebmaschine {f}
weaving millWeberei {f}
weaving mills Webereien {pl}
weaving operationWebvorgang {m}
weaving pattern Webmuster {n}
weaving productWebereierzeugnis {n}
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