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Relativitätstheorie {f} [phys.] theory of relativity
Relativitätstheorie {f} [phys.] relativity theory
Relativpronomen {n} [ling.] relative pronoun
Relativpronomen {n} [ling.] relative
Relativsatz {m} [ling.] relative clause
Relativsatz {m} [ling.] relative
relativste most relative
Relativwert {m} relative value
Relaxans {n} [pharm.] relaxant
Relaxans {n} [pharm.] relaxant agent
Relaxans {n} [pharm.] relaxant drug
Relaxantien {pl} [pharm.] relaxants
Relaxantien {pl} [pharm.] relaxant agents
Relaxantien {pl} [pharm.] relaxant drugs
Relaxanzien {pl} [pharm.] relaxants
Relaxanzien {pl} [pharm.] relaxant agents
Relaxanzien {pl} [pharm.] relaxant drugs
Relaxationseffekt {m} [phys.] asymmetry effect
Relaxationseffekt {m} [phys.] relaxation effect
Relaxationsschwingung {f} [phys.] relaxation oscillation
Relaxationszeit {f} relaxation time
Relaxationszeit {f} [phys.] relaxation time
relaxt [ugs.] (entspannt, gelassen) laid-back [coll.]
relegieren to rusticate
relegieren to relegate (out of)
relegierend rusticating
relegiert rusticates
relegierte rusticated
relegierte relegated
relevant relevant
Relevanz {f} (Bedeutung) pertinence
Relfie {n} [fot., bes. Internet, ugs.] (von einem Pärchen aufgenommenes Selfie [mit besonders gezeigter Zuneigung; oft vor kitschiger Kulisse]) relfie [coll.]
Relief {n} relief
Reliefarbeit {f} embossment
Reliefarbeiten {pl} embossments
Reliefdruck {m} goffering
Reliefdruckmaschine {f} relief printing machine
Reliefeffekt {m} blister effect
Relieffries {m} [archit.] relief frieze
reliefieren (in Holz, Stein, Elfenbein etc.) to carve as a relief
Reliefpapier {n} overlay paper
Reliefwirkung {f} [tech., fot.] relief effect
Religion im Erbe [philos., lit.] (Ernst Bloch) Man on His Own, Herder and Herder [philos., lit.]
Religion und Profit [lit.] The Profits of Religion [lit.] (Upton Sinclair)
Religion {f} religion
Religionen {pl} faiths
Religions... religious ...
Religionsbeleidigung {f} [relig.] blasphemy
Religionsbuch {n} religious book
Religionsfeindlichkeit {f} irreligion
Religionsforschung {f} [relig.] religious research
Religionsfreiheit {f} religious liberty
Religionsfreiheiten {pl} religious liberties
Religionsgemeinschaft {f} communion
Religionsgemeinschaft {f} confession
Religionsgemeinschaft {f} fellowship
Religionsgemeinschaft {f} (eher kleiner) religious community
Religionsgeschichte {f} (Historie) history of religion
Religionsgeschichte {f} (Historie) history of religions
Religionskrieg {m} religious war
Religionskriege {pl} religious wars
Religionslehrer {m} teacher of religious education
Religionslehrerin {f} (female) teacher of religious education
Religionslosigkeit {f} irreligion
Religionslosigkeit {f} [relig.] paganism
religionsmotivierter Terrorismus {m} religion-motivated terrorism
Religionsphilosoph {m} philosopher of religion
Religionsphilosophie {f} (RP) [relig., philos.] religious philosophy , RP
Religionsphilosophie {f} (RP) [relig., philos.] philosophy of religion
Religionsphilosophin {f} philosopher of religion
Religionspsychologie {f} psychology of religion
Religionssoziologie {f} [relig., soz.] religious sociology
Religionssoziologie {f} [relig., soz.] sociology of religion
Religionsstunde {f} (Unterricht) religious education lesson
Religionsstunde {f} (Unterricht) religious instruction lesson
Religionsstunde {f} (Unterricht) RE lesson
Religionsstunde {f} (Unterricht) RI lesson
Religionstheologie {f} [relig.] theology of religion
Religionstheologie {f} [relig.] theology of religions
Religionsunterricht {m} religious education, RE
Religionsunterricht {m} religious instruction, RI
Religionswissenschaft {f} [relig.] religious studies
Religionswissenschaft {f} [relig.] theology
Religionswissenschaftler {m} specialist in religious studies
Religionswissenschaftlerin {f} (female) specialist in religious studies
Religiose {f} (= Nonne) religious woman
Religiose {m} (= Mönch) religious man
Religiosen {pl} (Mönche und Nonnen) religious men and women
Religiosität {f} religiousness
religiös religious
religiös (fromm) pious
religiös motivierter Krieg {m} religious war
religiös [adv.] religiously
religiöse Atmosphäre {f} religious aura
Religiöse Gesellschaft der Freunde {pl} [relig.] (Quäker) Religious Society of Friends
religiöse Philosophie {f} (RP) [relig., philos.] religious philosophy , RP
religiöser Feiertag {m} religious festival
religiöser Führer {m} [relig., pol.] religious leader
religiöser Zionismus {m} [relig., pol., soz.] religious Zionism
religiöses Fest {n} religious festival
Relikt {n} relic
Relikte {pl} relics
Reliktfauna {f} [paläo., zool., ökol.] relict fauna
Relilehrer {m} (ugs.) RE teacher (coll.)
Relilehrerin {f} (ugs.) (female) RE teacher (coll.)
Reling {f} [bes. naut.] rail
Reling {f} [bes. naut.] railing
Relingslog {n} [naut.] durchman's log
Relingsstütze {f} [bes. naut.] railing stanchion
Relingsstütze {f} [bes. naut.] rail stanchion
Reliquiar {n} [kath.] reliquary
Reliquie {f} relic
Reliquien {pl} relics
Reliquienkapelle {f} [archit., kirchl.] relic chapel
Reliquienkapelle {f} [archit., kirchl.] reliquary chapel
Reliquienschrein {m} [relig.] reliquary casket
Reliquienschrein {m} [relig.] reliquary
Reliquienverehrung {f} [relig.] worship of relics
Rellingen ({n}) [geogr.] Rellingen (a municipality in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany)
relokatierender relocating
relokatierender Programmlader relocating loader
Reluktanz {f} reluctance
Reluktanzmotor {m} (E-Technik) reluctance motor
Reluktivität {f} (spez. magnetischer Widerstand) [-special_topic_phys.-] reluctivity [-special_topic_phys.-]
Rem {n} (rem) [phys., nukl., med., veraltet] (Maßeinheit der Äquivaletdosis ionisierender Strahlung [im Menschen]) rem : roentgen equivalent in man [obs.]
REM-Anweisung {f} REM statement
REM-Phase {f} REM sleep
Remagen ({n}) [geogr.] Remagen (a town in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany)
remanent remanent
Remanenz {f} [phys., elektr.] remanence
Remanenz {f} [phys.] retention
Remanenzspannung {f} [elektr.] residual voltage
Remanenzspannung {f} [elektr.] remanent voltage [rare]
Rembourskredit {m} [fin.] reimbursement credit
Rembourskredit {m} [fin.] acceptance credit
Rembourslinie {f} [fin.] acceptance credit line
Remchingen ({n}) [geogr.] Remchingen (a municipality in Baden-Württemberg, Germany)
Remda ({n}) [geogr.] Remda (a town in Thuringia, Germany)
Remda-Teichel ({n}) [geogr.] Remda-Teichel (a town in Thuringia, Germany)
Remedium {n} remedy
Remember Me - Lebe den Augenblick (ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr 2010) Remember Me
Remforce {n} [sl.] (Gammabutyrolacton) remforce [sl.]
Remicade {n} ® [pharm.] (Infliximab) Remicade ®
Remifentanil {n} [pharm.] (ein synthetisches Opioid [Kurzzeit-Analgetikum]) remifentanil
Remigrant {m} remigrant
Remigranten {pl} remigrants
Remigrantin {f} (female) remigrant
Remington Steele (eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie) Remington Steele
Reminiszenz {f} reminiscence
Reminiszenz {f} memory
Remis {n} (Schach) draw
Remise {f} [veraltend, seltener] (Nebengebäude) outbuilding
Remise {f} [veraltend, seltener] (Nebengebäude) outhouse
Remise {f} [veraltend] (Geräte- und / oder Wagenschuppen) shed
Remise {f} [veraltend] (Schuppen für Kutschen) coach house
Remise {f} [veraltend] (Wagenschuppen) remise
Remise {f} [veraltend] (Wagenschuppen) carriage house
Remise {f} [veraltend] (Wagenschuppen) carriage shed
Remisse {f} [Fechten] remise
Remission {f} [med.] remission
Remissionsspektroskopie {f} [phys.] reflectance spectroscopy
Remittenden {pl} remittees
Remittenden {pl} returns
remittieren [fin.] to take remittance
Remonstrant {m} [relig.] Remonstrant
Remonstranten {pl} [relig.] Remonstrants
remontante Rose {f} [bot.] remontant
remontante Rose {f} [bot.] remontant rose
Remote-Computer {m} [EDV] remote computer
Remotecomputer {m} [EDV] remote computer
Remoulade {f} [gastr.] tartar sauce
Remoulade {f} [gastr.] remoulade
Remoxiprid {n} [pharm.] (ein Neuroleptikum) remoxipride
rempeln [ugs.] to hustle
rempeln [ugs.] to barge into
rempeln [ugs.] to bump into
rempeln [ugs.] to jostle
rempelt an jostles
rempelte an jostled
Rempler {m} [ugs.] push
Rempler {m} [ugs.] shove
Rempler {m} [ugs.] (Stoß, Blechschaden) bump [coll.]
Remptendorf ({n}) [geogr.] Remptendorf (a municipality in Thuringia, Germany)
Remscheid ({n}) [geogr.] Remscheid (a city in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany)
Remseck am Neckar ({n}) [geogr.] Remseck on the Neckar (a town in Baden-Württemberg, Germany)
Remshalden ({n}) [geogr.] Remshalden (a municipality in Baden-Württemberg, Germany)
Ren {n} [zool.] reindeer (Rangifer tarandus)
Renaissance {f} [geh.] (Wiedergeburt) renaissance
Renaissance {f} [hist.] (künstlerische Epoche) Renaissance
Renaissance-Harfe {f} [musik., bes. hist.] Renaissance harp
Renaissance-Philosophie {f} [philos, hist.] Renaissance philosophy
Renaissancegarten {m} Renaissance garden
Renaissanceharfe {f} [musik., bes. hist.] Renaissance harp
Renaissancekunst {f} Renaissance art
Renaissancemöbel {pl} Renaissance furniture
Renaissancephilosophie {f} [philos, hist.] Renaissance philosophy
renale Agenesie {f} [med.] renal agenesis
renale Anämie {f} [med.] renal anaemia
renale Anämie {f} [med.] renal anemia [esp. Am.]
renale Glukosurie {f} [med.] renal glucosuria