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Barlachstraße {f} (Straßenname) Barlachstraße [Barlach Street] (street name in the German-speaking world)
Bârlad ({n}) [geogr.] (eine Stadt in Rumänien) Bârlad (a city in Romania)
Barleben ({n}) [geogr.] Barleben (a municipality in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany)
Barletta ({n}) [geogr.] (eine Stadt in Italien) Barletta (a city in Italy)
Barlick ({n}) (Barnoldswick) [geogr.] (Stadt in der Grafschaft Lancashire, England [Großbritannien]) Barlick [coll.]
Barliquidität {f} absolute liquidity ratio
Barliquidität {f} available cash
Barlohn {m} cash salary
Barlöffel {m} bar spoon
Barmann {m} barkeeper [esp. Am.]
Barmann {m} barman
Barmann {m} bartender
Barmann {m} bar-keeper [esp. Am.]
Barmer Bogen {m} Barmen lace
Barmer-Spitzen-Maschine {f} [Textiltechnik] Barmen machine
Barmesser {n} barknife
Barmesser {n} bar knife
barmherzig merciful
barmherzig Samaritan [fig.]
barmherzige mercifully
barmherzige Schwester {f} [euphem.] (Prostituierte, die [von bestimmten Kunden] keine Bezahlung verlangt) charity girl [euphem.]
barmherzige Schwester {f} [euphem.] (Prostituierte, die [von bestimmten Kunden] keine Bezahlung verlangt) charity gal [euphem.]
barmherzige Schwester {f} [euphem.] (Prostituierte, die [von bestimmten Kunden] keine Bezahlung verlangt) charity-dame [Br.] [euphem.]
barmherzige Schwester {f} [euphem.] (Prostituierte, die [von bestimmten Kunden] keine Bezahlung verlangt) charity moll [sl.]
barmherzige Schwester {f} [relig.] sister of charity
Barmherzigkeit {f} lovingness
Barmherzigkeit {f} mercy
Barmherzigkeit {f} mercifulness
Barmherzigkeit {f} (Mildtätigkeit) charitableness
Barmherzigkeit {f} (Mildtätigkeit) charity
Barmherzigkeiten {pl} mercifulness
Barmittel {pl} cash funds
Barmittel {pl} cash resources
Barmittel {pl} cash
Barmixer {m} barkeeper [esp. Am.]
Barmixer {m} barman
Barmixer {m} bartender
Barmixer {m} mixologist
Barmixer {m} cocktail waiter
Barmixer {m} bar-keeper [esp. Am.]
Barmixer {pl} barmen
Barmixerin {f} barmaid
Barmixerin {f} cocktail waitress {s} [esp. Am.]
Barmixerin {f} bar-keeper [esp. Am.]
Barmixerin {f} barkeeper [esp. Am.]
Barmstedt ({n}) [geogr.] Barmstedt (a town in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany)
Barmädchen {n} bar maid
Barmädchen {n} barmaid
Barmädchen {n} bar girl [esp. Am.]
Barmädchen {n} barmate
Barmänner {pl} barmen
Barn {n} (b) [phys., nukl.] (Flächeneinheit zur Angabe von Wirkungsquerschnitten in der Atom-, Kern- und Teilchenphysik [1 b = 100 fm²]) barn , b
Barnardius {pl} [zool.] (Gattung) Barnardius
Barnards Galaxie ({f}) [astron.] Barnard's Galaxy
Barnards Galaxie {f} [astron.] Barnard's Galaxy
Barnardsittich {m} [zool.] Barnard's parakeet (Barnardius barnardi)
Barnaul ({n}) [geogr.] (eine Stadt in Russland) Barnaul (a city in Russia)
Barne-Gletscher {m} [geogr.] Barne Glacier
Barnehurst ({n}) [geogr.] (ein Stadtteil von London im Bezirk Bexley) Barnehurst
Barnes ({n}) [geogr.] (ein Stadtteil von London im Bezirk Richmond upon Thames) Barnes
Barnes Cray ({n}) [geogr.] (ein Stadtteil von London im Bezirk Bexley) Barnes Cray
Barnes-Eisfälle {pl} [geogr.] Barnes Icefalls
Barnes-Gletscher {m} [geogr.] Barnes Glacier
Barnet ({n}) [geogr.] (ein Stadtteil von London im Bezirk Barnet) Barnet
Barnett-Gletscher {m} [geogr.] Barnett Glacier
Barney Miller (eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie) Barney Miller
Barnoldswick ({n}) [geogr.] (Stadt in der Grafschaft Lancashire, England [Großbritannien]) Barnoldswick
Barnsbury ({n}) [geogr.] (ein Stadtteil von London im Bezirk Islington) Barnsbury
Barnsley ({n}) [geogr.] (Stadt in England [Großbritannien]) Barnsley
Barnstable ({n}) [geogr.] (Stadt in Massachusetts, USA) Barnstable
Barnstable Town ({n}) [geogr.] (Stadt in Massachusetts, USA) Barnstable Town
Barnstaple ({n}) [geogr.] (Stadt in der Grafschaft Devon, England [Großbritannien]) Barnstaple
Barnstorf ({n}) [geogr.] Barnstorf (a municipality in Lower Saxony, Germany)
Barntrup ({n}) [geogr.] Barntrup (a town in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany)
barock [auch fig.] baroque
Barock {n} {m} [hist.] Baroque
Barock {n} {m} [hist.] (Zeitalter) Baroque period
Barock {n} {m} [hist.] (Zeitalter) Baroque era
Barock-Blockflöte {f} [musik.] Baroque recorder
Barock-Blockflöte {f} [musik.] baroque recorder
Barock-Einrichtung {f} baroque interior
Barock-Einrichtung {f} Baroque interior
Barock-Ofen {m} Baroque stove
Barock-Ofen {m} baroque stove
Barock-Zeitalter {n} [Kunst, archit., musik., hist.] Baroque age
Barock-Zeitalter {n} [Kunst, archit., musik., hist.] Baroque Age
Barockbau {m} [archit.] Baroque building
Barockbau {m} [archit.] baroque building
Barockbauten {pl} [archit.] baroque buildings
Barockbauten {pl} [archit.] Baroque buildings
Barockblockflöte {f} [musik.] Baroque recorder
Barockblockflöte {f} [musik.] baroque recorder
Barockdichter {m} [lit.] Baroque poet
Barockdichter {m} [lit.] baroque poet
Barockeinrichtung {f} Baroque interior
Barockeinrichtung {f} baroque interior
Barockflöte {f} [musik.] Baroque flute
Barockflöte {f} [musik.] baroque flute
Barockflöte {f} [musik.] (Blockflöte) Baroque recorder
Barockflöte {f} [musik.] (Blockflöte) baroque recorder
Barockgarten {m} baroque garden
Barockgarten {m} Baroque garden
Barockgebäude {n} [archit.] baroque building
Barockgebäude {n} [archit.] Baroque building
Barockgebäude {pl} [archit.] Baroque buildings
Barockgebäude {pl} [archit.] baroque buildings
Barockgitarre {f} [musik.] Baroque guitar
Barockgitarre {f} [musik.] baroque guitar
Barockhorn {n} [musik.] Baroque horn
Barockhorn {n} [musik.] baroque horn
barockisieren [bes. archit.] to convert to Baroque
barockisieren [bes. archit.] to convert to Baroque style
Barockkirche {f} [archit.] Baroque church
Barockkirche {f} [archit.] baroque church
Barockkirchen {pl} [archit.] Baroque churches
Barockkirchen {pl} [archit.] baroque churches
Barockkunst {f} Baroque art
Barocklaute {f} [musik., bes. hist.] baroque lute
Barockmaler {m} Baroque painter
Barockmaler {m} baroque painter
Barockmaler {m} painter of the Baroque
Barockmuseum {n} Baroque museum
Barockmuseum {n} baroque museum
Barockmusik {f} baroque music
Barockmusik {f} Baroque music
Barockmusiker {m} Baroque musician
Barockmusiker {m} baroque musician
Barockmusiker {m} musician of the Baroque
Barockmöbel {pl} baroque furniture
Barockoboe {f} [musik.] Baroque oboe
Barockoboe {f} [musik.] baroque oboe
Barockofen {m} baroque stove
Barockofen {m} Baroque stove
Barockorgel {f} [musik.] Baroque organ
Barockorgel {f} [musik.] baroque organ
Barockpark {m} Baroque park
Barockpark {m} baroque park
Barockpferd {n} [hist.] Baroque horse
Barockpferd {n} [hist.] baroque horse
Barockposaune {f} [musik.] baroque trombone
Barockrahmen {m} [Kunst] Baroque frame
Barockrahmen {m} [Kunst] baroque frame
Barockschloss {n} [archit.] Baroque palace
Barockschloss {n} [archit.] baroque palace
Barockschloß {n} [alte Orthogr.] [archit.] Baroque palace
Barockschloß {n} [alte Orthogr.] [archit.] baroque palace
Barockschlösser {pl} [archit.] Baroque palaces
Barockschlösser {pl} [archit.] baroque palaces
Barockscholastik {f} [relig., philos., hist.] Baroque scholasticism
Barockskulptur {f} [Kunst] Baroque sculpture
Barockskulptur {f} [Kunst] baroque sculpture
Barockspiegel {m} baroque mirror
Barockspiegel {m} Baroque mirror
Barockstadt {f} (Großstadt [Dresden, Salzburg, Würzburg, Ludwigsburg, Fulda etc.]) Baroque city
Barockstadt {f} (Großstadt [Dresden, Salzburg, Würzburg, Ludwigsburg, Fulda etc.]) baroque city
Barockstadt {f} (Klein-, Mittelstadt [Bruchsal. Eichstätt, Rastatt etc.]) Baroque town
Barockstadt {f} (Klein-, Mittelstadt [Bruchsal. Eichstätt, Rastatt etc.]) baroque town
Barockstil {m} [Kunst, archit.] Baroque style
Barockstrasse {f} [schweiz. Orthogr.] Baroque route (leading to a number of baroque monuments)
Barockstraße {f} Baroque route (leading to a number of baroque monuments)
Barocksuite {f} [musik.] Baroque suite
Barocksuite {f} [musik.] baroque suite
Barocktrompete {f} [musik., bes. hist.] baroque trumpet
Barocktrompete {f} [musik.] Baroque trumpet
Barocktrompete {f} [musik.] baroque trumpet
Barockvioline {f} [musik.] Baroque violin
Barockvioline {f} [musik.] baroque violin
Barockzeit {f} [hist.] Baroque period
Barockzeit {f} [hist.] Baroque era
Barockzeitalter {n} [hist.] Baroque period
Barockzeitalter {n} [hist.] Baroque era
Barockzeitalter {n} [Kunst, archit., musik., hist.] Baroque age
Barockzeitalter {n} [Kunst, archit., musik., hist.] Baroque Age
Barodontalgie {f} [dent.] barodontalgia
Barograf {m} [meteo.] barograph
Barograph {m} [meteo.] barograph
Barometer {n} (landsch., österr., schweiz. auch {m}) [meteo., luftf.] barometer
Barometer {n} (landsch., österr., schweiz. auch {m}) [meteo.] weather glass
Barometereffekt {m} [meteo.] barometric effect
Barometerstand {m} barometer reading
Barometerstände {f} barometer readings
barometrisch barometric
barometrische barometrical
barometrischer Höhenmesser {m} aneroid altimeter
barometrischer Höhenmesser {m} [luftf. etc.] barometric altimeter
barometrischer Höhenmesser {m} [luftf. etc.] aneroid altimeter
barometrischer Zünder {m} [mil.-tech.] barometric fuze {s} [esp. Am.]
barometrischer Zünder {m} [mil.-tech.] barometric fuse
barometrischer Zünder {m} [mil.-tech.] barometric detonator
barometrisches barometrically
Baron (von) ... (als Titel) Baron ...
Baron {m} baron
Barone {pl} barons
Baroness {f} baron's daughter
Baroness {f} baroness
Baroness {f} daughter of a baron
Baronesse {f} baron's daughter
Baronesse {f} baroness
Baronesse {f} daughter of a baron
Baronessen {pl} baronesses