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Ewa ({f}) (weiblicher Vorname) Eve, Eva, Ewa
Ewarton ({n}) [geogr.] (Stadt in Jamaika) Ewarton
Ewell ({n}) [geogr.] (Stadt in der Grafschaft Surrey, England [Großbritannien]) Ewell
Ewenke {m} Evenk
Ewenkischer Autonomer Kreis Evenkia
ewig eternally
ewig eternal
ewig imperishably
ewig perpetual
ewig everlasting
ewig (immerwährend) perennial
ewig fortdauern lassen to eternalize
Ewig sollst du schlafen [lit.] The Morning After [lit.] (Lisa Jackson)
ewig [ugs.] (über eine unverhältnismäßig lange Zeit, etliche Jahre) perennial
ewige Anbetung {f} (kath.) perpetual adoration (R. C.)
ewige Dunkelheit {f} eternal darkness
ewige Liebe {f} eternal love
ewige Philosophin {f} perennial philosopher
ewige Ruhe {f} [geh.] (nach dem Tod) eternal rest
ewige Studentin {f} perennial student
ewige Studentin {f} [pej.] eternal student
ewige Treue schwören to pledge one's troth
Ewige Treue [lit.] Play Dirty [lit.] (Sandra Brown)
ewige Verdammnis {f} [bes. relig.] eternal damnation
ewige Verliererin {f} perennial loser
ewiger Langweiler {m} [ugs., pej.] veteran bore
ewiger Philosoph {m} perennial philosopher
ewiger Prospekt {m} (Bühnenhintergrund) cyclorama
ewiger Prospekt {m} (Bühnenhintergrund) cyke [coll.]
ewiger Prospekt {m} (Bühnenhintergrund) cyc [coll.]
ewiger Prospekt {m} (Bühnenhintergrund) horizon cloth
ewiger Schnee {m} permanent snow
ewiger Schnee {m} perpetual snow
ewiger Student {m} perennial student
ewiger Student {m} [pej.] eternal student
ewiger Verlierer {m} perennial loser
ewiges Licht (anglikan. Kirchen) ambry light (Anglican churches)
ewiges Licht (katholische Kirchen) sanctuary light (RC churches)
ewiges Zaudern {n} constant hesitation
Ewiggestrige {m} (sehr konservativer Mensch) neanderthal [coll.]
Ewiggestrige {m} (sehr konservativer Mensch) Neanderthal [coll., fig.]
Ewiggestrige {m} {f} diehard
Ewiggestriger {m} diehard
Ewiggestriger {m} (sehr konservativer Mensch) neanderthal [coll.]
Ewiggestriger {m} (sehr konservativer Mensch) Neanderthal [coll., fig.]
Ewiggestriger {m} (sehr konservativer Mensch) dinosaur [fig.]
Ewigkeit will meine Liebe [lit.] To Look and Pass [lit.] (Taylor Caldwell)
Ewigkeit [lit.] Century Rain [lit.] (Alastair Reynolds)
Ewigkeit {f} aeon [elevated]
Ewigkeit {f} eternity
Ewigkeit {f} perpetuity
Ewigkeit {f} everlastingness
Ewigkeit {f} everlasting
Ewigkeiten {pl} eternalness
Ewigkeiten {pl} eternities
Ewigkeitsmaschine {f} eternity machine
Ewigkeitsmaschine {f} eternal machine
Ewigkeitswert besitzen have everlasting value {v}
Ewigkeitswert besitzen be for all time {v}
Ewigkeitswert haben have everlasting value {v}
Ewigkeitswert haben be for all time {v}
Ewigkeitswert {m} everlasting value
ewiglich {adv.} eternally
ewiglich {adv.} for evermore
Ewigweibliche {n} eternal feminine
Ewing ({n}) [geogr.] (Stadt in New Jersey, USA) Ewing
Ewing-Sarkom {n} [med.] Ewing's sarcoma
Ewingsarkom {n} [med.] Ewing's sarcoma
Ex [lit.] Superstition [lit.] (David Ambrose)
Ex-Admiral {m} ex-admiral
Ex-Bereich {m} explosion-hazardous area
Ex-Bereich {m} explosion-risk area
Ex-Boss {m} [ugs.] ex-boss
Ex-Boß {m} [alte Orthogr.] [ugs.] ex-boss
Ex-Champion {m} ex-champion
Ex-Chef {m} ex-boss
Ex-Chef {m} former boss
Ex-Chefin {f} ex-boss
Ex-Chefin {f} former boss
Ex-DDR {f} former GDR
Ex-Direktor {m} ex-director
Ex-Direktor {m} former director
Ex-Direktorin {f} ex-director
Ex-Direktorin {f} former director
Ex-Ehefrau {f} ex-wife
Ex-Ehefrau {f} former wife
Ex-Ehemann {m} ex-husband
Ex-Ehemann {m} former husband
Ex-Frau {f} (frühere Ehefrau) ex-wife
Ex-Frau {f} (frühere Ehefrau) former wife
Ex-Freund {m} ex-friend
Ex-Freund {m} (früherer Verehrer, Liebhaber) ex-boyfriend
Ex-Freund {m} (früherer Verehrer, Liebhaber) former boyfriend
Ex-Freund {m} (früherer Verehrer, Liebhaber) ex-lover
Ex-Freundin {f} ex-friend
Ex-Freundin {f} (frühere Partnerin, Geliebte) ex-girlfriend
Ex-Freundin {f} (frühere Partnerin, Geliebte) former girlfriend
Ex-Freundin {f} [euphem., ugs.] (frühere Geliebte) ex-lover
Ex-Frontkämpfer {m} [mil.] combat veteran
Ex-Frontsoldat {m} [mil.] combat veteran
Ex-Gatte {m} [geh.] former husband
Ex-Gatte {m} [geh.] ex-husband
Ex-Gattin {f} [geh.] ex-wife
Ex-Gattin {f} [geh.] former wife
Ex-Geliebte {f} [ugs.] ex-lover
Ex-Geliebte {m} [ugs.] ex-lover
Ex-Geliebter {m} [ugs.] ex-lover
Ex-General {m} ex-general
Ex-Gerät {n} (Bergbautechnik) explosion-proof apparatus
ex-geschützt explosion-proof
Ex-Gouverneur {m} [pol.] ex-governor
Ex-Häftling {m} ex-con [coll.]
Ex-Jugoslawien ({n}) former Yugoslavia
Ex-Kanzler {m} ex-chancellor
Ex-Kanzler {m} former chancellor
Ex-Kanzlerin {f} ex-chancellor
Ex-Kanzlerin {f} former chancellor
Ex-Knacki {m} [sl.] former gaol bird [esp. Br.] [coll.]
Ex-Knacki {m} [sl.] former jailbird [coll.]
Ex-Knacki {m} [sl.] ex-jailbird [coll.]
Ex-Liebhaber {m} [ugs.] ex-lover
Ex-Lover {m} [ugs.] ex-lover
Ex-Manager {m} former manager
Ex-Managerin {f} ex-manager
Ex-Managerin {f} former manager
Ex-Mann {m} (früherer Ehemann) ex-husband
Ex-Mann {m} (früherer Ehemann) former husband
Ex-Messgerät {n} explosimeter
Ex-Meßgerät {n} [alte Orthogr.] explosimeter
Ex-Minister {m} [pol.] ex-minister {s} [esp. Br.]
Ex-Minister {m} [pol.] former minister {s} [esp. Br.]
Ex-Minister {m} [pol.] former secretary {s} [esp. Am.]
Ex-Minister {m} [pol.] ex-secretary {s} [esp. Am.]
Ex-Minister {m} [pol.] retired minister {s} [esp. Br.]
Ex-Minister {m} [pol.] retired secretary {s} [esp. Am.]
Ex-Ministerin {f} [pol.] former minister {s} [esp. Br.]
Ex-Ministerin {f} [pol.] ex-minister {s} [esp. Br.]
Ex-Ministerin {f} [pol.] former secretary {s} [esp. Am.]
Ex-Ministerin {f} [pol.] ex-secretary {s} [esp. Am.]
Ex-Ministerin {f} [pol.] retired minister {s} [esp. Br.]
Ex-Ministerin {f} [pol.] retired secretary {s} [esp. Am.]
Ex-Mitglied {n} ex-member
Ex-Partner {m} ex-partner
Ex-Präsident {m} ex-president
Ex-Präsidentin {f} ex-president
Ex-Schulleiter {m} ex-headmaster [Br.]
Ex-Schulleiter {m} ex-headmaster [Am.]
Ex-Schulleiter {m} ex-schoolmaster
Ex-Schulleiter {m} ex-principal [Am.]
Ex-Schülerin {f} old girl
Ex-Sowjetunion {f} former Soviet Union
Ex-Spieler {m} [Sport] former player
Ex-Spielerin {f} [Sport] former player
Ex-Tschechoslowakei {f} former Czechoslovakia
Ex-und-hopp-Mentalität {f} throwaway mentality
Exa... (E) (10 ^ 18) [math., phys.] (Trillionenfaches einer Maßeinheit) exa... (E) (10 ^ 18)
Exabyte {n} [EDV] exabyte
Exagramm {n} (Eg) [phys., fachspr.] (1 Eg = 1.000.000.000.000 t) exagram , Eg
Exagramm {n} (Eg) [phys., fachspr.] (1 Eg = 1.000.000.000.000 t) exagramme [Br.], Eg
Exahertz {n} (EHz) [phys.] (1 EHz = 1.000 PHz = 1.000.000 THz = 1.000.000.000 GHz) exahertz , EHz
Exajoule {n} (EJ) [phys.] exajoule , EJ
exakt minutely
exakt precise
exakt kopierend duplicating
exakte Abschrift {f} duplicate
exakte Bezeichnung {f} exact name
exakte Differentialform {f} [math.] exact differential form
exakte Kopie {f} duplicate
exakte Kopie {f} duplicate copy
exakte Kopieren {n} duplicating
exakter Name {m} exact name
Exaktheit {f} accuracy
Exaktheit {f} exactitude
Exaktheit {f} precision
Exaktheit {f} (Strenge, Striktheit) severity
exaltiert eccentric
Examen machen to take one's exams
Examen {n} examination
Examen {n} exam
Exameter {m} (Em) [selten] (1 Em = 1.000.000.000.000.000 km) exametre [Br.], Em
Exameter {m} (Em) [selten] (1 Em = 1.000.000.000.000.000 km) exameter [Am.], Em
examinieren (prüfen) to examine
examiniert (Krankenschwester) registered
examinierte Kinderkrankenschwester {f} registered children's nurse
examinierte Kinderschwester {f} registered children's nurse
examinierte Krankenschwester {f} registered nurse , RN
Exanthem {n} [med.] exanthem
Exanthem {n} [med.] exanthema
Exanthem {n} [med.] rash
Exanthem {n} [med.] skin eruption
Exanthema subitum {n} [med.] exanthema subitum
Exaprolol {n} [pharm.] (ein Betablocker) exaprolol
Exaptation {f} [biol.] exaptation
Exartikulation {f} [med.] (Amputation einer Gliedmaße im Gelenk) disarticulation
Exartikulation {f} [med.] (Amputation im Gelenk) exarticulation
Exawatt {n} (EW) [phys.] (1 EW = 1.000 PW = 1.000.000 TW = 1.000.000.000 GW) exawatt, EW
Exazerbation {f} [med.] exacerbation
Exboss {m} [ugs.] ex-boss
Exboß {m} [alte Orthogr.] [ugs.] ex-boss
Excalibur (ein US-amerikanisch-britischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr 1981) Excalibur