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wrecked zertrümmert
wrecked zerstört (Beziehung, Gesundheit etc.)
wrecked versaut {adj.} [ugs.] (zerstört, zerrüttet)
wrecked car [esp. Am.] [coll.] Schrottauto {n} [ugs.]
wrecked car [esp. Am.] [coll.] Schrottwagen {m} [ugs.] (Auto)
wrecked car [esp. Am.] [coll.] Autowrack {n}
wrecked [sl.] hackedicht [sl.] (betrunken)
wrecked [sl.] hacke [sl.] (betrunken)
wrecker Strandräuber {m}
wrecker {s} [coll.] Abschleppwagen {m}
wrecker {s} [coll.] Abschleppfahrzeug {n}
wrecker(-truck) Werkstattgerätekraftwagen {m}
wreckers Strandräubern {pl}
wreckers (coll.) Abschleppdienst {m} (Besatzung des Abschleppwagens)
wrecking versauend
wrecking zerstörend
wrecking zertrümmernd
wrecking Abbruch {m} [bes. naut.] (das Abwracken)
wrecking Abtrag {m} (Abriss eines Bauwerks)
wrecking ball Abrissbirne {f}
wrecking ball Abrissfallbirne {f}
wrecking ball Abbruchfallbirne {f}
wrecking ball Abbruchbirne {f}
wrecking ball Birne {f} [tech.] (Abrissbirne)
wrecking ball Abrißbirne {f} [alte Orthogr.]
wrecking bar Nageleisen {n}
wrecking bar Brecheisen {n}
wrecking bar Brechstange {f}
wrecking bar (with nail claw) Hebestange {f} (mit Nagelklaue)
wrecking company [Am.] Abbruchunternehmen {n}
wrecking company [Am.] Abbruchfirma {f}
wrecking contract Abbruchvertrag {m}
wrecking contractor Abbruchunternehmer {m}
wrecking crane (Am.) Abschleppkran {m}
wrecking permission Abbruchgenehmigung {f}
wrecking permission Abbruchgenehmigung {f}
wrecking permit Abbruchgenehmigung {f}
wrecking permit Abbrucherlaubnis {f}
wrecking project Abbruchvorhaben {n}
wrecking service Abschleppdienst {m}
wrecking services Abschleppdienste {pl}
wrecking site Abbruchstelle {f}
wrecking tool Brechwerkzeug {n}
wrecking yard [Am.] Abbruchwerft {f}
wrecks Wracks {pl}
wren (Troglodytes troglodytes) Zaunkönig {m} [zool.] (ein Vogel)
wren (Troglodytes troglodytes) Schneekönig {m} [zool., veraltet] (Zaunkönig [Vogel])
wrench Abschiedsschmerz {m}
wrench Zange {f} (Grip-, Rohrzange)
wrench Spanner {m} (Spannwerkzeug, z. B. Speichenspanner)
wrench Haken {m} (scharfe Wende [eines Hasen etc.])
wrench [esp. Am.] Mutterschlüssel {m}
wrench [esp. Am.] Schlüssel {m} (für Schrauben und Muttern)
wrench [esp. Am.] Schraubenschlüssel {m}
wrenched gerissen
wrenched zog aus
wrenches reißt
wrenching ausziehend
wrenching reißend
wrenchless schlüssellos (ohne Schraubenschlüssel)
wrens Zaunkönige {pl}
Wrentham Wrentham ({n}) [geogr.] (Stadt in Massachusetts, USA)
wrested entriss
wrested entrissen
Wrestedt (a municipality in Lower Saxony, Germany) Wrestedt ({n}) [geogr.]
wresting entreißend
wresting entreißendes
wrestled rang
wrestler Ringkämpfer {m}
wrestler Ringer {m} [Sport]
wrestler Kämpfer {m} (Ringer)
wrestler Wrestler {m} [Sport]
wrestler Catcher {m} [Sport, veraltend] (Wrestler)
wrestler [coll.] Wrestler {m} [Sport]
wrestler [coll.] Catcher {m} [Sport, veraltend] (Wrestler)
wrestlers Ringkämpfer {pl}
wrestles ringt
wrestling Ringen {n} [Sport]
wrestling Ringkampf {m} [Sport] (Ringkampfsport)
wrestling Ringkampfsport {m}
wrestling (for) Ringen {n} (um) [fig.]
wrestling bout Ringkampf {m} [Sport]
wrestling champion Ringermeister {m} [Sport]
Wrestling Ernest Hemingway Walter & Frank - Ein schräges Paar (ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr 1993)
wrestling hold Ringergriff {m} [Sport]
wrestling mat Ringermatte {f} [Sport]
wrestling match Ringkampf {m} [Sport] (einzelner Kampf)
wrestling matches Ringkämpfe {pl}
wrestling matches Ringkämpfe {pl} [Sport]
wrestling team Ringermannschaft {f} [Sport]
wrestling team Ringerteam {n} [Sport]
wrestling [coll.] Wrestling {n} [Sport]
wrestling [coll.] Catchen {n} [Sport, veraltend] (Wrestling)
wrestlings Ringkämpfe {pl}
wrests entreißt
wrests ringt
wretch armes Wesen
wretch Kerl {m} [pej.] (Schuft)
wretch armer Kerl {m}
wretched elend
wretched jämmerlich [auch fig.]
wretched erbarmungswürdig (Person, Zustand etc.)
wretched erbarmenswürdig (Person, Zustand etc.)
wretched erbarmenswert (Person, Zustand etc.)
wretched erbärmlich (jämmerlich)
wretched schäbig (armselig)
wretched miserabel
wretched mies {adj.} [ugs.]
wretched armselig
wretched dürftig {adj.} (armselig)
wretched kläglich
wretched minderwertig
wretched leidig
wretched verdammt {adj.}
wretched liederlich
wretched tiefunglücklich
wretched eklig
wretched sehr unglücklich
wretched todunglücklich
wretched äußerst unglücklich
wretched äusserst unglücklich {adj.} [schweiz. Orthogr.]
wretched unglücklich {adj.} (stärker)
wretched kreuzunglücklich {adj.} [ugs.]
wretched scheußlich
wretched scheusslich {adj.} [schweiz. Orthogr.]
wretched verachteswert {adj.} (Dummheit)
wretched elendig {adj.} [bayr., österr.; sonst landsch.]
wretched hundeelend {adj.} [ugs.]
wretched ... Elends...
wretched ... Jammer... [ugs.] (miserabel)
wretched ... Mist... [ugs.] (miserabel)
wretched ... Sau... [ugs.] (miserabel)
wretched accommodation armselige Unterkunft {f}
wretched accommodation erbärmliche Unterkunft {f}
wretched accommodation Elendsquartier {n} (Unterkunft)
wretched accommodation elende Unterkunft {f}
wretched accommodation miserable Unterkunft {f}
wretched accommodation miese Unterkunft {f}
wretched accommodation schäbige Unterkunft {f}
wretched attempt erbärmlicher Versuch {m}
wretched attempt armseliger Versuch {m}
wretched attempt jämmerlicher Versuch {m}
wretched attempt kläglicher Versuch {m}
wretched bed armseliges Bett {n}
wretched bed mieses Bett {n} (armseliges Bett)
wretched bed miserables Bett {n} (armseliges Bett)
wretched coward armseliger Feigling {m}
wretched coward verdammter Feigling {m}
wretched coward verdammte Memme {f} [ugs.]
wretched coward erbärmlicher Feigling {m}
wretched coward schäbiger Feigling {m}
wretched coward Jammerlappen {m} [ugs., pej.] (Feigling)
wretched coward elender Feigling {m}
wretched coward Waschlappen {m} [ugs., pej.] (Feigling)
wretched creature Elendsgestalt {f}
wretched failure elender Versager {m}
wretched failure elende Versagerin {f}
wretched fellow Bube {m} [veraltend] (gemeiner Kerl)
wretched fellow Malefizkerl {m} [südd., veraltend] (Schuft)
wretched fellow Saukerl {m} [ugs., pej.]
wretched fellow Mistkerl {m} [ugs., pej.]
wretched health jämmerliche Gesundheit {f}
wretched health miese Gesundheit {f}
wretched health miserable Gesundheit {f}
wretched life Jammerleben {n}
wretched life Jammerdasein {n}
wretched life jämmerliches Leben {n}
wretched life jämmerliches Dasein {n}
wretched life armseliges Leben {n}
wretched life armseliges Dasein {n}
wretched life erbärmliches Dasein {n}
wretched life erbärmliches Leben {n}
wretched life mieses Leben {n}
wretched life elendes Leben {n}
wretched life elendes Dasein {n}
wretched North German Preuße {m} (abwertend.: Norddeutscher, "Nichtbayer")
wretched North German Preiß {m} [bayr., pej.] (Norddeutscher, "Nichtbayer")
wretched project miserables Projekt {n}
wretched project mieses Projekt {n}
wretched project jämmerliches Projekt {n}
wretched project erbärmliches Projekt {n}
wretched situation verdammte Situation {f}
wretched situation elende Situation {f}
wretched stupidity verachtenswerte Dummheit {f}
wretched swine {s} [coll., pej.] Saubande {f} [ugs., pej.]
wretched weather Sauwetter {n} [ugs.]
wretched weather mieses Wetter {n} [ugs.]
wretched weather Mistwetter {n} [ugs.]
wretched weather scheußliches Wetter {n}
wretched weather scheussliches Wetter {n} [schweiz. Orthogr.]
wretched woman Miststück {n} [ugs., pej.] (Frau)
wretchedly elend
wretchedly elende
wretchedly erbärmlich (adv.) (gemein)
wretchedly schäbig [adv.] (armselig)
wretchedness Elend {n}
wretchedness Erbärmlichkeit {f}
wretchedness Unglück {n} (Elend)
wretchedness Niedertracht {f}
wretchedness Scheußlichkeit {f}