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Europäischer Gerichtshof für Menschenrechte European Court of Human Rights
Europäischer Sumpfotter {m} [-special_topic_zool.-] European mink (Mustela lutreola) [-special_topic_zool.-]
Europäischer Wirtschaftsraum (EWR) {m} European Economic Area (EEA)
Europäisches Kulturabkommen European Cultural Convention
Europäisches Patentamt {n} European Patent Office
Europäisches Polizeiamt {n} European Police Office (Europol)
Eurythmie {f} eurythmics
Eustachius Eustace
Eustress {m} (psych.) constructive stress
Eutektikum {n} eutectic (mixture)
eutektisch eutectic
eutektoider Stahl {m} eutectoid steel
Euter {n} udder
Euter {n}, Brust {f}, Zitze {f} oder Brustwarze {f} eines Tierweibchens dug (the udder, breast, teat, or nipple of a female animal)
Euter {pl} udders
Euthanasie {f} euthanasia (active/passive)
ev. : evangelisch Prot. : Protestant
Eva (bibl.) Eve
evakuieren to evacuate
Evakuierten {pl} evacuees
Evakuierter {m} evacuee
Evakuierung {f} (Räumung) evacuation
Evakuierung {f} (Vakuum herstellen) evacuation
Evakuierungsübung {f} evacuation drill
Evangelien {pl} gospel
Evangelien {pl} gospels
evangelisch evangelic
evangelisch protestant
evangelischen evangelical
Evangelischen {pl} evangelicals
evangelischer evangelistic
evangelisches evangelically
Evangelisches Gesangbuch (EG) {n} Protestant hymnbook
Evangelisches Gesangbuch (EG) {n} Protestant hymn book
Evangelisches Kirchengesangbuch (EKG) {n} Protestant hymnbook
Evangelisches Kirchengesangbuch (EKG) {n} Protestant hymn book
evangelischstes evangelistically
evangelisieren evangelize
evangelisierend evangelizing
evangelisiert evangelizes
evangelisierte evangelized
Evangelismus {m} evangelism
Evangelisten {pl} evangelists
Evangelium {n} gospel
Eventualitäten {pl} contingencies
Eventualverbindichkeit {f} contingent liability
eventuell contingently
eventuell contingent
eventuell possible
eventuell maybe
eventuell possibly
Evidenz {f} evident nature
Evidenz {f} obviousness
Evidenzbüro {n} (österr.) register office
Evidenzbüro {n} (österr.) registry
Eviszeration {f} [-special_topic_med.-] evisceration [-special_topic_med.-]
Evolentenverzahnung {f} (Zahnrad) involute teeth
Evolutionismus {m} evolutionism
Evolutionist {m} evolutionist
Evolutionisten {pl} evolutionists
Evolvente {f} evolvent
Evolvente {f} [-special_topic_math.-] involute [-special_topic_math.-]
evozieren to evoke
evtl. : eventuell poss. : possibly, perhaps
Ewenke {m} Evenk
Ewenkischer Autonomer Kreis Evenkia
ewig eternally
ewig eternal
ewig imperishably
ewig perpetual
ewig everlasting
ewige Anbetung {f} (kath.) perpetual adoration (R. C.)
ewige Treue schwören to pledge one's troth
ewiges Licht (anglikan. Kirchen) ambry light (Anglican churches)
ewiges Licht (katholische Kirchen) sanctuary light (RC churches)
Ewigkeit {f} aeon
Ewigkeit {f} eternity
Ewigkeit {f} perpetuity
Ewigkeiten {pl} eternalness
Ewigkeiten {pl} eternities
ewiglich eternally
Ex-Bereich {m} explosion-hazardous area
Ex-Bereich {m} explosion-risk area
Ex-Gerät {n} (Bergbautechnik) explosion-proof apparatus
ex-geschützt explosion-proof
exakt minutely
exakt precise
Exaktheit {f} accuracy
Exaktheit {f} exactitude
Exaktheit {f} precision
exaltiert eccentric
Examen machen to take one's exams
Examen {n} examination
Examen {n} exam
examiniert (Krankenschwester) registered
examinierte Kinderkrankenschwester {f} registered children's nurse
examinierte Kinderschwester {f} registered children's nurse
examinierte Krankenschwester {f} registered nurse (RN)
Exculpation {f} exculpation
Exegesen {pl} exegeses
exekutieren to execute
exekutieren to impound
Exekutionskommando {n} (mil.) firing party
Exekutionskommando {n} (mil.) firing squad
Exekutivgewalt {f} executive power
Exekutivorgan {n} law enforcement agency
Exekutivorgane {pl} law enforcement agencies
Exemplar {n} instance
Exemplar {n} copy
exemplarisch exemplarily
exemplarisch exemplary
Exerzierbombe {f} practice bomb
Exerzierbombe {f} dummy bomb
Exerzierbombe {f} drill bomb
exerzieren to exercise
Exerzieren {n} drill
Exerziermunition {f} dummy ammunition
Exerzierpatrone {f} inert (training) cartridge
Exerzierpatrone {f} drill cartridge
Exerzierpatrone {f} dummy cartridge
Exerzierplatz {m} parade
Exerzierreglement {n} [-special_topic_mil.-] drill book [-special_topic_mil.-]
Exfreundin {f} ex-girlfriend
Exhibitionisten {pl} exhibitionists
exhumieren to disinter
exhumierend disinterring
exhumiert disinters
exhumierte disinterred
Exhumierung {f} disinterment
Exhumierung {f} exhumation
Exhumierungen {pl} disinterments
Exil {n} exile
existent existent
existent existing
existentiell existential
Existenz {f} existence
Existenzangst {f} angst
Existenzangst {f} fear for one's existence
Existenzberechtigung {f} right to exist
Existenzberechtigung {f} raison d'être
Existenzgründer {m} entrepreneur
Existenzgründung {f} establishing one's livelihood
Existenzgründung {f} setting up business
existenziell existential
Existenzkampf {m} struggle for existence
Existenzkämpfe {pl} struggles for existence
Existenzminimum {n} subsistence level
Existenzminimum {n} bread line
Existenzquantor existential quantifier
Existenzsatz {m} (math.) existence theorem
existieren to exist
existieren (seit) to hang over (from)
existierend existing
existiert exists
existiert vorher preexists
existierte existed
existierte vorher preexisted
exkl. : exklusive exc. : except(ed)
exkl., ausschl. : exklusive, ausschließlich excl. : exclusive, excluding
Exklamativsatz {m} (ling.) exclamative cause
Exklave {f} exclave
exklusiv exclusively
exklusiv upscale (Am.)
Exklusiv-ODER-Gatter {n} (einer Logikschaltung) [-special_topic_electr.-] exclusive OR gate [-special_topic_electr.-]
Exklusiv-ODER-Gatter {n} [-special_topic_math.-] exclusive OR gate [-special_topic_math.-]
Exklusivbericht {m} scoop
exklusiverem more exclusive
exklusives ODER exclusive-or
exklusives ODER anticoincidence
Exklusivität {f} exclusiveness
exklusivste most exclusive
Exklusivvertrag {m} exclusive contract
Exklusivvertrag {m} exclusive agreement
Exkremente {pl} excrements
Exkurs {m} excursus
Exkurs {m} excursion
Exkurs {m} digression
Exmission {f} eviction
exmittieren evict
exmittierend evicting
exmittiert evicts
exmittierte evicted
Exodus {m} exodus
Exodus {m} mass exodus
Exodus {m} stampede
exogen {adj} exogenous
Exotik {f} exoticism
exotisch exotic
exotisch off-wall (sl.) (Am.)
exotischere more exotic
exotischste most exotic
Expander {m} expander
expandieren to expand
Expansionsmuffe {f} expansion joint
Expansionstakt {m} (Motortechnik) firing stroke
expedierte forwarded
Expeditionen {pl} expeditions
Experiment {n} experiment
Experimentalfilm {m} experimental film
Experimentalfilm {m} experimental movie (esp. Am.)


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