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enterben to disinherit
enterbend disinheriting
enterbt disinherits
enterbt {adj.} disinherited
Enterbten {pl} the disinherited
Enterbung {f} disinheritance
Enterbung {f} disinheriting
Enterektomie {f} [med.] enterectomy
Entergruppe {f} [mil.] boarding team
Enterhaken {m} grappling hook
Enterhaken {m} grapnel
Enterich {m} [zool.] drake
Enteriche {pl} drakes
Enteritiden {pl} [med.] (Entzündungen des Darms) enteritides
Enteritis allergica {f} [med.] allergic enteritis
Enteritis diphtherica {f} [med.] diphtheritic enteritis
Enteritis necroticans {f} [med.] enteritis necroticans
Enteritis necroticans {f} [med.] necrotizing enteritis
Enteritis {f} [med.] enteronitis
Enteritis {f} [med.] (Entzündung des Darms) enteritis
enteritisch [med.] relating to enteritis
enteritisch [med.] marked by enteritis
enteritisch [med.] enteritic
Enterkommando {n} [mil.] boarding party
Entermesser {n} cutlass
Entermesser {n} cutlas
entern to grapple
entern (ein Schiff erobern, erstürmen) to board
Entern {n} (das Erobern, Erstürmen eines Schiffs) boarding
enteroaggressive Escherichia coli {f}, enteroaggressive E. coli {f}, EAEC {f} [biol., med.] enteroaggressive Escherichia coli , enteroaggressive E. coli , EAEC
Enteroanastomose {f} [med.] enteroanastomosis
Enteroanthelon {n} [biochem.] enteroanthelone
enterobakterielle Infektion {f} [med.] enterobacterial infection
Enterobakterien {pl} [biol., med.] enteric bacteria
Enterobakterien {pl} [biol., med.] enterics
Enterobakterien-Infektion {f} [med.] enterobacterial infection
Enterobakterieninfektion {f} [med.] enterobacterial infection
Enterobiasis {f} [med.] enterobiasis
Enterobiose {f} [med.] enterobiasis
Enterocele {f} [med.] enterocele
Enterocholezystotomie {f} [med.] enterocholecystotomy
Enterocholezystotomie {f} [med.] cholecystoenterostomy
Enterocolitis {f} [med.] enterocolitis
enteroenterisch [med.] enteroenteric
Enterogastron {n} [biochem.] enterogastrone
enterogene Zyste {f} [med.] enterogenous cyst
Enteroglucagon {n} [biochem., physiol.] enteroglucagon
Enteroglucagon {n} [biochem., physiol.] intestinal glucagon
Enteroglucagon {n} [biochem., physiol.] gut glucagon
enterohepatischer Kreislauf {m} [physiol., pharm.] enterohepatic circulation
Enterohepatitis {f} [med.] enterohepatitis
Enterohydrozele {f} [med.] enterohydrocele
enterohämorrhagische Escherichia coli {f}, enterohämorrhagische E. coli {f}, EHEC {f} [biol., med.] enterohaemorrhagic Escherichia coli , enterohaemorrhagic E. coli , EHEC
enteroinvasive Escherichia coli {f}, enteroinvasive E. coli {f}, EIEC {f} [biol., med.] enteroinvasive Escherichia coli , enteroinvasive E. coli , EIEC
Enteroklysma {n} [med.] enteroclysis
Enteroklysma {n} [med.] small bowel enema
Enterokokken-Pneumonie {f} [med.] enterococcal pneumonia
Enterokokkenpneumonie {f} [med.] enterococcal pneumonia
Enterokokkensepsis {f} [med.] enterococcemia [esp. Am.]
Enterokokkensepsis {f} [med.] enterococcaemia
Enterokokkämie {f} [med.] enterococcaemia [Br.]
Enterokokkämie {f} [med.] enterococcemia [Am.]
Enterokolektomie {f} [med.] enterocolectomy
enterokolisch [med.] enterocolic
Enterokolitis {f} [med.] enterocolitis
enterokolitisch [med.] relating to enterocolitis
enterokolitisch [med.] marked by enterocolitis
enterokolitisch [med.] enterocolitic
Enterolith {m} [med.] enterolith
Enterolyse {f} [med.] enterolysis
Enteromegalie {f} [med.] enteromegaly
Enteromegalie {f} [med.] enteromegalia
Enteromykose {f} [med.] enteromycosis
Enteroparalyse {f} [med.] enteroparesis
Enteroparese {f} [med.] enteroparesis
Enteropathia {f} [med.] enteropathia
Enteropathie {f} [med.] enteropathy
enteropathogen [med.] enteropathogenic
enteropathogene Escherichia coli {f}, enteropathogene E. coli {f}, EPEC {f} [biol., med.] enteropathogenic Escherichia coli , enteropathogenic E. coli , EPEC
Enteropexie {f} [med.] enteropexy
Enteroplastik {f} [med.] enteroplasty
Enteroptose {f} [med.] enteroptosis
Enteroptose {f} [med.] enteroptosia
Enterorrhagie {f} [med.] intestinal hemorrhage [esp. Am.]
Enterorrhagie {f} [med.] intestinal haemorrhage
Enterorrhagie {f} [med.] enterorrhagia
Enterorrhaphie {f} [med.] enterorrhaphy
Enterorrhexis {f} [med.] enterorrhexis
Enterosepsis {f} [med.] enterosepsis
Enteroskop {n} [med.-tech.] enteroscope
Enteroskopie {f} [med.] [allg.] (Endoskopie des Darms) enteroscopy
Enterospasmus {m} [med.] enterospasm
Enterostase {f} [med.] enterostasis
Enterostase {f} [med.] intestinal stasis
Enterostenose {f} [med.] enterostenosis
Enterostenose {f} [med.] intestinal stenosis
Enterotom {n} [med.-tech.] enterotome
Enterotomie {f} [med.] enterotomy
Enterotoxikation {f} [med.] enterotoxication
enterotoxinbildende Escherichia coli , enterotoxinbildende E. coli , ETEC [biol., med.] enterotoxicogenic Escherichia coli , enterotoxicogenic E. coli , ETEC
Enterotoxinämie {f} [med.] enterotoxemia [esp. Am.]
Enterotoxinämie {f} [med.] enterotoxaemia
enterotoxisch [med.] enterotoxic
enterotoxische Escherichia coli , enterotoxische E. coli , ETEC [biol., med.] enterotoxicogenic Escherichia coli , enterotoxicogenic E. coli , ETEC
Enterotoxämie {f} [med.] enterotoxemia [esp. Am.]
Enterotoxämie {f} [med.] enterotoxaemia
enterotrop [med.] enterotropic
Enterotyphus {m} [med.] typhoid fever
Enterotyphus {m} [med.] abdominal typhoid
enteroviral [med.] enteroviral
enteroviral [med.] relating to enteric viruses
enteroviral [med.] caused by enteric viruses
enteroviral [med.] caused by enteroviruses
enteroviral [med.] relating to enteroviruses
Enteroviren {pl} [biol., med.] enteroviruses
Enteroviren {pl} [biol., med.] enteric viruses
Enterovirus 71 {n} (ugs. {m}), EV71 {n} (ugs.{m}) [biol., med.] enterovirus 71, EV71
Enterovirus {n} (ugs. {m}) [biol., med.] enteric virus
Enterovirus {n} (ugs. {m}) [biol., med.] enterovirus
Enterozentese {f} [med.] enterocentesis
enterozeptiv [med.] enteroceptive
Enterozoelom {n} [biol., med.] enterocoelom
Enterozoelom {n} [biol., med.] enterocelom [esp. Am.]
Enterozyste {f} [med.] enterocyst
Enterozystom {n} [med.] enterocystoma
Enterozystozele {f} [med.] enterocystocele
Enterozöl {n} [biol., med.] enterocoel
Enterozöl {n} [biol., med.] enterocoele
Enterozölom {n} [biol., med.] enterocelom [esp. Am.]
Enterozölom {n} [biol., med.] enterocoelom
Enterprise ({n}) [geogr.] (Stadt in Alabama, USA) Enterprise
Enterprise ({n}) [geogr.] (Stadt in Nevada, USA) Enterprise
Enterprise 1 [alter Titel] [lit.] Star Trek [former title] [lit.] (James Blish)
Enterprise 1 [alter Titel] [lit.] Star Trek 1 [lit.] (James Blish)
Enterprise 10 [alter Titel] [lit.] Star Trek 10 [lit.] (James Blish)
Enterprise 11 [alter Titel] [lit.] Star Trek 11 [lit.] (James Blish)
Enterprise 12 [alter Titel] [lit.] Star Trek 12 [lit.] (James Blish, Judith Ann Lawrence)
Enterprise 2 [alter Titel] [lit.] Star Trek 2 [lit.] (James Blish)
Enterprise 3 [alter Titel] [lit.] Star Trek 3 [lit.] (James Blish)
Enterprise 4 [alter Titel] [lit.] Star Trek 4 [lit.] (James Blish)
Enterprise 5 [alter Titel] [lit.] Star Trek 5 [lit.] (James Blish)
Enterprise 6 [alter Titel] [lit.] Star Trek 6 [lit.] (James Blish)
Enterprise 7 [alter Titel] [lit.] Spock Must Die! [lit.] (James Blish)
Enterprise 8 [alter Titel] [lit.] Star Trek 8 [lit.] (James Blish)
Enterprise 9 [alter Titel] [lit.] Star Trek 9 [lit.] (James Blish)
Enterprise Resource Planning {n}, ERP {n} [ökon.] enterprise resource planning , ERP
Enterprise {f} [Raumfahrt, hist.] (Prototyp der US-amerikanischen Space Shuttle-Flotte) Enterprise (prototype of the American Space Shuttle fleet)
Enterschwert {n} [hist.] boarding sword
Enterschwert {n} [hist.] boarding-sword
Entertainer {m} entertainer
Entertainerin {f} (female) entertainer
Entertainment Center {n} entertainment complex
Entertainment {n} entertainment
Entertainment-Center {n} entertainment complex
Entertainmentcenter {n} entertainment complex
Enterung {f} (Eroberung, Erstürmung eines Schiffs) boarding
entfachen to spark [fig.]
entfachen [fig.] (Gefühle etc.) to nurse
entfachte Leidenschaft {f} aroused passion
Entfall {m} discard
entfallen be cancelled {v}
entfallen be dropped {v}
entfallen auf to account for
entfallene escapeda
entfalten to develop
entfalten to unfurl
entfalten to unfold
entfaltend developing
entfaltend evolving
entfaltend unfolding
entfaltend unfurling
entfaltet developed
entfaltet evolves
entfaltet unfolds
entfaltet unfurls
entfaltete unfurled
entfaltete unfolded
entfaltete evolved
Entfaltung {f} evolvement
Entfaltung {f} development
Entfaltung {f} [-special_topic_math.-] deconvolution [-special_topic_math.-]
Entfaltung {f} des / eines Fallschirms parachute deployment
Entfaltungen {pl} evolvements
Entfaltungsmöglichkeit {f} scope
entfernen to remove
entfernen to unplug
entfernen take out {took out, taken out} {v}
entfernen to eliminate
entfernen to bowdlerize
entfernen take off {took off, taken off} {v}
entfernen to expurgate
entfernen (euphem.) (töten) to eliminate
entfernen (Person [aus einem Amt, einer Stellung etc.]) to dislodge
entfernen aus einer Warteschlange to dequeue
Entfernen {n} der Hülsen shelling
Entfernen {n} der Krallen [vet.] declawing
Entfernen {n} einer Tätowierung [med.] tattoo removal
Entfernen {n} von Hülsen shelling
entfernend dislodging
entfernend eliminative