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œcumenic {adj} (ecumenical) SEE: ecumenical ::
O {particle} (a vocative particle) :: o
oak {n} (tree or shrub of the genus Quercus) :: Eiche {f}
oak {n} (wood) :: Eiche {f}, Eichenholz {n}
oak {adj} (made of oak wood) :: Eichen-
oak apple {n} (oak gall) SEE: oak gall ::
oaken {adj} (made from the wood of an oak) :: eichen
oak gall {n} (gall produced by an oak by a wasp larva) :: Gallapfel {m}
oakleaf {n} (the leaf of the oak) :: Eichenlaub {n} [collective]
oakleaf {n} (military award) :: Eichenlaub {n}
oak tree {n} (tree or shrub of the genus Quercus) SEE: oak ::
oakwood {n} (wood populated with oaks) :: Eichenwald {m}, Eichenhain {m}, Eichwald {m}
oar {n} (implement used to row a boat) :: Ruder {n}
oar {v} (row) SEE: row ::
oarfish {n} (fish of the family Regalecidae) :: Riemenfisch {m}
oarlock {n} (device to hold oars in place) :: Dolle {f}
oasis {n} (well surrounded by fertile region) :: Oase {f}
oast {n} (a kiln for drying tobacco, malt and especially hops) :: Darre {f}, Tabakdarre {f}, Malzdarre {f}, Hopfendarre {f}
oat {n} (a widely cultivated cereal grass) :: Hafer {m}, Haber {m} [Austria, Switzerland, southern Germany]
oat {n} (seeds of the oat) SEE: oats ::
oath {n} (curse) SEE: curse ::
oath {n} (solemn pledge) :: Eid {m}, Schwur {m}
oath {n} (affirmed statement) :: Eid {m}
oath {n} (profanity) :: Fluch {m}
oathbreach {n} (breach or breaking of an oath) :: Eidbruch {m}
oatmeal {n} (meal) :: Haferflocken {f-p}
oatmeal {n} (breakfast cereal, see also: porridge) :: Haferbrei {m}
oat milk {n} (milky liquid from oats) :: Hafermilch {f}
oats {n} (seeds of an oat plant) :: Hafer {m}
Ob {prop} (Ob River) :: Ob {m}
Obadiah {prop} (book of the Old Testament) :: Obadja
Obama {prop} (surname) :: Obama
obeche {n} (wood of the above tree) :: Abachi
obedience {n} (quality of being obedient) :: Gehorsam {m}, Folgsamkeit {f}, Gehorsamkeit {f}
obedient {adj} (willing to comply with commands) :: gehorsam, folgsam
obelisk {n} (A tall, square, tapered, stone monolith topped with a pyramidal point) :: Obelisk {m}
obelisk {n} (The dagger sign (†)) :: Kreuz {n}
Oberkorn {prop} (canton) :: Oberkorn
Oberon {prop} (moon of Uranus) :: Oberon {m}
obese {adj} (extremely overweight) :: fettleibig, fettsüchtig, korpulent
obesity {n} (act or state of being obese) :: Fettsucht, Übergewicht {n}, Adipositas {f}, Fettleibigkeit {f}
obey {v} (to do as ordered by) :: gehorchen
obey {v} (to do as one is told) :: befolgen
obfuscate {v} (make dark) :: verfinstern, verdunkeln
obfuscate {v} (make confusing) :: verdunkeln, verschleiern
obfuscate {v} (alter code) :: obfuskieren
obfuscation {n} (act or process of obfuscating, or obscuring the perception of something) :: Verdunkelung {f}, Vernebelung {f}
obfuscation {n} (confusion, bewilderment, or a baffled state resulting from something obfuscated) :: Verdunkelung {f}, Vernebelung {f}
obfuscation {n} (intentionally obscuring the meaning of something to make it more difficult to grasp) :: Vernebelung {f}
obfuscation {n} (alter computer code, preserving its behavior but concealing its structure and intent) :: Entstellung {f}
obituary {n} (brief notice of a person's death, as published in a newspaper) :: Todesanzeige {f}, Traueranzeige {f}
obituary {n} (biography of a recently deceased person) :: Nachruf {m}, Nekrolog {m}
object {n} (thing) :: Gegenstand {m}, Objekt {n}
object {n} (the goal, end or purpose of something) :: Objekt {n}
object {n} (in grammar) :: Ergänzung {f}, Satzergänzung {f}, Objekt {n}
object {n} (in object-oriented programming) :: Objekt {n}
object {v} (disagree with something or someone) :: dagegen sein, Einwände haben, einwenden
object-based {adj} (using entities called objects) :: objektbasiert
object-based language {n} :: objektbasierte Sprache {f}
object-based programming {n} (programming paradigm that uses objects to design application and computer programs) :: objektbasierte Programmierung {f}
object code {n} (output of a compiler or assembler) :: Objektcode {m}, Objektkode {m}
objectification {n} :: Objektifizierung {f}
objection {n} (act of objecting) :: Beanstandung {f}
objection {n} (statement expressing opposition) :: Einwand {m}, Widerspruch {m}
objection {n} (official protest raised in a court of law) :: Einspruch {m}
objectionable {adj} (offensive) :: unangenehm, unzulässig, störend, anstößig, anstoßerregend, anrüchig, nicht einwandfrei, zu beanstandend
objective {adj} (not influenced by emotions) :: objektiv
objective {n} (goal) :: Ziel {n}
objective {n} (lens) :: Objektiv {n}
objectivism {n} :: Objektivismus {m}
objectivity {n} (The state of being objective) :: Objektivität {f}
object language {n} (language speaking about objects rather than about language) :: Objektsprache {f}
object language {n} (lexicography: language of headwords) :: Objektsprache {f}
object-oriented {adj} (using entities called objects) :: objektorientiert
object-oriented language {n} :: objektorientierte Sprache {f}
object-oriented programming {n} (programming paradigm that uses objects to design application and computer programs) :: objektorientierte Programmierung {f}
object permanence {n} (understanding that an object still exists when it disappears from sight) :: Objektpermanenz {f}
object request broker {n} :: Object Request Broker {m}
objet d'art {n} :: Kunstobjekt {n}
oblast {n} (region or province) :: Oblast {f}
obligation {n} (act of binding oneself by a social, legal, or moral tie to someone) :: Verpflichtung {f}, Pflicht {f}
obligation {n} :: Verpflichtung {f}
obligatory {adj} (binding) :: obligatorisch
oblige {v} (to constrain someone by force or by social, moral or legal means) :: verpflichten
oblige {v} (to do someone a service or favour (hence, originally, creating an obligation)) :: einen Gefallen tun
obliged {adj} (Under an obligation to do something for someone) :: verpflichtet
obligee {n} (beneficiary of an obligation) :: Berechtigter {m}
obliging {adj} (Happy and ready to do favours for others) :: verbindlich
obligor {n} (party bearing obligation) :: Verpflichteter {m}
oblique {adj} (not erect or perpendicular) :: schräg, schief
oblique case {n} (any noun case except the nominative (and vocative)) :: abhängiger Fall {m}, Casus obliquus {m}, Obliquus {m}, obliquer Kasus {m}
obliterate {v} (to remove completely, leaving no trace; to wipe out; to destroy) :: auslöschen
obliteration {n} (The cancellation, erasure or deletion of something) :: Vernichtung {f}
oblivion {n} (state of forgetfulness or distraction) :: Vergessen {n}
oblivion {n} (state of being completely forgotten) :: Vergessenheit {f}
oblivious {adj} (unaware) :: [rare] selbstvergessen, unaufmerksam, nicht bewusst, unbedacht, unbedarft
oblivious {adj} (failing to remember) :: vergesslich
oblong {adj} (longer than wide) :: länglich
oblong {n} (with an oblong shape) :: Oblong {n}, Oblongum {n}, Quadratum oblongum {n}, längliches Rechteck
obloquy {n} (abusive language) :: Schmähung {f}, Schmach {m}
obnoxious {adj} (offensive, very annoying) :: widerlich, widerwärtig, unerträglich, unausstehlich, abscheulich, anstößig
obnubilation {n} :: Umwölkung {f}
oboe {n} (wind instrument) :: Oboe {f}
oboe d'amore {n} (instrument of the oboe family) :: Oboe d'Amore {f}, Liebesoboe {f}
oboist {n} (performer on the oboe) :: Oboist {m}, Oboistin {f}
obolus {n} (silver coin) :: Obolus {m}
Obotrite {n} (member of a confederation of medieval Slavic tribes) :: Abodrite {m}
obscene {adj} (offensive to current standards of decency or morality) :: unanständig, obszön
obscene {adj} :: obszön, zotig, unanständig
obscenity {n} (something that is obscene) :: Obszönität {f}
obscurantism {n} (deliberate obscurity or vagueness) :: Obskurantismus {m}
obscure {adj} (dark, faint or indistinct) :: obskur, dunkel, vernebelt, finster, düster, undeutlich, unklar, unbestimmt, zweifelhaft, dahergelaufen
obscure {adj} (hidden, out of sight or inconspicuous) :: unbedeutend, versteckt, verborgen, unsichtbar, schleierhaft, unbekannt
obscure {adj} (difficult to understand) :: unverständlich
obscure {v} (to darken, make faint) :: verdunkeln, vernebeln, verunklaren, verwirren
obscure {v} (to hide, put out of sight) :: verschleiern, verdecken, verbergen
obsequious {adj} (obedient, compliant with someone else's orders) :: unterwürfig, folgsam, gehorsam
obsequious {adj} (fawning, subservient) :: unterwürfig, hörig, servil, kriecherisch, devot
obsequiousness {n} (the quality of being obsequious) :: Unterwürfigkeit {f}
observable {adj} (able to be observed) :: beobachtbar
observance {n} (practice of complying) :: Beachtung {f}
observant {adj} (Alert and paying close attention) :: aufmerksam
observant {adj} :: aufmerksam
observation {n} (act of observing or being observed) :: Beobachtung {f}
observation {n} (remark or comment) :: Bemerkung {f}
observation post {n} (lookout) :: Beobachtungsstand {m}
observation wheel {n} (Ferris wheel) SEE: Ferris wheel ::
observatory {n} (place where celestial bodies or natural phenomena are observed) :: Observatorium {n}, Sternwarte {f}
observatory {n} (lookout) SEE: lookout ::
observe {v} (to notice, to watch) :: beobachten
observe {v} (to follow) :: beachten, halten
observe {v} (to comment) :: bemerken
observe {v} (to observe) SEE: notice ::
observer {n} (one who makes observations, monitors or takes notice) :: Beobachter {m}, Beobachterin {f}
obsessed {adj} (fixated on a single topic or emotion) :: besessen
obsession {n} (compulsive or irrational preoccupation) :: fixe Idee {f}
obsession {n} (unhealthy fixation) :: Besessenheit {f}, Sucht {f}
obsession {n} :: Besessenheit {f}, Obsession
obsessive {adj} :: besessen
obsessive-compulsive disorder {n} (form of anxiety) :: Zwangsstörung
obsidian {n} (a type of black glass produced by volcanoes) :: Obsidian {m}
obsolescence {n} (state) :: Obsoleszenz {f}, Veraltetsein {n}
obsolescent {adj} (in the process of becoming obsolete, but not obsolete yet) :: veraltend
obsolete {adj} (no longer in use) :: veraltet, obsolet
obstacle {n} (something that impedes, stands in the way of, or holds up progress) :: Hindernis {n}
obstetric {adj} (relating to obstetrics) :: geburtshilflich
obstetrician {n} (a physician who specializes in childbirth) :: Geburtshelfer {m}, Geburtshelferin {f}, Entbindungspfleger {m}, Entbindungspflegerin {f}
obstetrics {n} (care of women during and after pregnancy) :: Geburtshilfe {f}, Obstetrik {f}
obstinacy {n} (state of stubbornness) :: Sturheit {f}, Eigensinn {m}
obstinate {adj} (adhering to an opinion, purpose, or course, usually unreasonably) :: hartnäckig, starrköpfig
obstipation {n} (severe constipation due to intestinal blockage) :: Obstipation {f}
obstreperous {adj} (attended by, or making a loud and tumultuous noise) :: ungestüm, tumultartig, dröhnend
obstreperous {adj} (noisily and stubbornly defiant) :: aufsässig, aufmüpfig, ungebärdig, widerspenstig, renitent
obstruct {v} (To block or fill (a passage)) :: behindern, versperren
obstruction {n} (the act of obstructing) :: Obstruktion {f}, Verhinderung {f}, Blockierung {f}, Störung {f}
obstruent {n} (consonant sound formed by obstructing the airway) :: Obstruent {m}; Geräuschlaut {m}
obtain {v} (to get hold of, acquire) :: erlangen
obtain {v} (to be the case, hold true) :: bestehen
obtainable {adj} (capable of being obtained) :: verfügbar, erhältlich
obtrusive {adj} (Pushy) :: aufdringlich, penetrant
obtund {v} (to dull) :: abstumpfen
obtuse {adj} (intellectually dull) :: begriffsstutzig, beschränkt, stumpf, schwerfällig
obtuse {adj} (indirect or circuitous) :: indirekt, umständlich, weitschweifig
obtuse {adj} (deadened, muffled, muted) :: unterdrückt, gedämpft, abgeschwächt, abgestumpft, betäubt, abgemildert, gefühllos
obtuse {adj} (of an angle) :: stumpf
obtuse {adj} (botany, zoology: blunt) :: stumpf
obtuse {adj} (of a triangle) SEE: obtuse-angled ::
obtuse angle {n} (angle that is greater than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees) :: stumpfer Winkel {m}
obtuse-angled {adj} (of a triangle) :: stumpfwinkelig, stumpfwinklig
obverse {n} (the heads side of a coin, or the side of a medal or badge that has the principal) :: Vorderseite {f}, Bildseite {f}, Kopf {m}, Avers {m}
obviate {v} (to bypass a requirement) :: überflüssig machen
obvious {adj} (easily discovered or understood; self-explanatory) :: offensichtlich; selbstverständlich; deutlich; überdeutlich; offenbar; [learned] evident
obviously {adv} (in an obvious manner; clearly apparent) :: augenscheinlich [elevated], offenbar, offenkundig, offensichtlich, sichtlich
Obwalden {prop} (a canton of Switzerland) :: Obwalden
ocarina {n} (a musical instrument) :: Okarina {f}
Occam's razor {prop} (both principles) :: Ockhams Rasiermesser {n}
occasion {n} (favorable opportunity) :: Gelegenheit {f}
occasion {n} (occurrence which brings with it some unlooked-for event; motive, reason) :: Gelegenheit {f}
occasion {n} (particular happening) :: Anlass {m}
occasion {n} (occurrence or incident) SEE: occurrence ::
occasional {adj} (limited to certain occasions; not very often) :: gelegentlich, okkasionell
occasionally {adv} (from time to time; now and then; once in a while; at infrequent intervals) :: gelegentlich
occasional table {n} (small table having no particular function) :: Tischchen {n}, Nebentisch {m}, Beitisch {m}, Beistelltisch {m}, Seitentisch {n}, Katzentisch {m}
occident {n} (part of the horizon where the sun last appears in the evening; that part of the earth towards the sunset; the west) :: Okzident {m}
Occident {prop} (the West) :: Okzident, Abendland
occidental {adj} (of the occident:) :: abendländisch, okzidental
Occidental {prop} (artificial language) :: Interlingue, Occidental
occiput {n} (back of the head or skull) :: Hinterkopf {m}
Occitan {prop} (the Romance language) :: Okzitanisch {n}
Occitan {adj} :: okzitanisch
Occitania {prop} (Occitania) :: Okzitanien {n}
occluded front {n} (cold front that overtakes a warm front) :: Okklusion {f}
occlusive {n} (plosive) SEE: plosive ::
occult {adj} (secret; hidden from general knowledge; undetected) :: okkult
occult {adj} (related to the occult) :: okkult
occult {n} (supernatural affairs) :: Okkult {m}, Okkultismus {m}
occultation {n} (astronomical event) :: Bedeckung {f}, Okkultation, Verfinsterung
occultism {n} (study of the supernatural) :: Okkultismus {m}
occultist {n} (person who practises occultism) :: Okkultist {m}, Okkultistin {f}
occultistic {adj} :: okkultistisch
occupant {n} (person who occupies an office or a position) :: Besatzer {m}, Besatzerin {f}, Okkupant {m}, Okkupantin {f}
occupant {n} (owner or tenant) :: Bewohner {m}, Bewohnerin {f}
occupation {n} (activity or task with which one occupies oneself) :: Beschäftigung {f}, Beruf {m}
occupation {n} (control of a country or region by a hostile army) :: Besatzung {f}; Besetzung {f}; [elevated] Okkupation {f}
occupational disease {n} (ailment that occurs as a result of work) :: Berufskrankheit {f}
occupational hazard {n} (substantial risk to a worker's physical or mental well-being) :: Berufsrisiko {n}
occupational hazard {n} (an unpleasant, inconvenient, or unusual circumstance which occurs or is likely to occur during the course of one's employment) :: Berufsrisiko {n}
occupational health and safety {n} (activity to promote health and safety in workplace) :: Arbeitsschutz {m}; Arbeitssicherheit {f} [Switzerland]
occupational safety and health {n} (activity to promote safety in workplace) :: Arbeitsschutz {m}; Arbeitssicherheit {f} [Switzerland]
occupational therapist {n} (therapist) :: Ergotherapeut {m}, Ergotherapeutin {f}
occupational therapy {n} (therapeutic practice) :: Ergotherapie {f}, Beschäftigungstherapie {f}
occupied {adj} (reserved) :: belegt, besetzt
occupied {adj} (busy) :: besetzt, beschäftigt
occupied {adj} (militarily subjugated) :: besetzt, okkupiert
occupier {n} (one who occupies) :: Besatzer {m}, Besatzerin {f}, Okkupant {m}, Okkupantin {f}
occupy {v} (to occupy) SEE: consume ::
occupy {v} (time or space) :: in Anspruch nehmen, belegen
occupy {v} (reside in) :: bewohnen
occupy {v} (have (taken) control of) :: besetzen, okkupieren
occupy {v} (hold a position) :: besetzen
occur {v} (take place) :: passieren, vorkommen
occur {v} (present itself) :: vorkommen, passieren
occur {v} (meet or come to the mind) :: einfallen, in den Sinn kommen
occur {v} (be present or found) :: vorkommen
occurrence {n} (actual instance where a situation arises) :: Vorfall {m}
OCD {n} (obsessive-compulsive disorder) SEE: obsessive-compulsive disorder ::
ocean {n} (one of the large bodies of water) :: Weltmeer {n}, Ozean {m}
ocean current {n} :: Meeresströmung {f}
oceangoing {adj} (oceangoing) SEE: ocean-going ::
ocean-going {adj} (capable of sailing on the ocean) :: seetüchtig
Oceania {prop} (geographical region) :: Ozeanien {n}
Oceanian {adj} (from Oceania) :: ozeanisch
Oceanian {n} (someone from Oceania) :: Ozeanier {m}
oceanic whitetip shark {n} (Carcharhinus longimanus) :: Weißspitzen-Hochseehai {m}, Hochsee-Weißflossenhai {m}
oceanographer {n} (person who studies oceanography, the science of oceans) :: Ozeanograf {m}, Ozeanografin {f}, Meereskundler {m}, Meereskundlerin {f}
oceanography {n} (oceanic exploration and study) :: Ozeanographie {f}, Ozeanografie {f}, Meereskunde {f}
oceanologist {n} (one who studies oceans) :: Ozeanolog {m}
oceanology {n} (oceanography) SEE: oceanography ::
ocean quahog {n} (Arctica islandica) :: Islandmuschel {f}
Oceanus {prop} (personification of the ocean) :: Okeanos {m}
ocellated crake {n} (bird) :: Schomburgk-Ralle {f}
ocelot {n} (feline carnivore) :: Ozelot {m}
ochlocracy {n} (government by the masses) :: Ochlokratie {f}
ochre {n} (earth pigment) :: Ocker {m}
ochre {n} (yellowish-orange colour) :: Ocker {n}
ochre {adj} (having yellow-orange colour) :: ockern, ocker, ockerfarben
o'clock {adv} (indication of time (the translations below are of "one o’clock")) :: ein Uhr
o'clock {adv} (the translations below are of "at one o’clock") :: um 1 Uhr, um eins
ocnophilic {adj} :: oknophil
OCR {n} (optical character recognition) :: OZE {f} (Optische Zeichenerkennung)
octacyanomolybdate {n} (anion or salt containing it) :: Oktacyanomolybdat {n}
octagenarian {n} (octogenarian) SEE: octogenarian ::
octagon {n} (polygon with eight sides and eight angles) :: Achteck {n}, Oktagon {n}, Oktogon {n}
octahedron {n} (a polyhedron with eight faces) :: Oktaeder {n}
octal {adj} (concerning numbers expressed in octal or mathematics calculations performed using octal) :: Oktal-
octane {n} (isomeric aliphatic hydrocarbons) :: Octan {n}
octane number {n} (measure of the antiknock properties of an automobile fuel) :: Oktanzahl {f}
octanitrocubane {n} (explosive derived from cubane) :: Octanitrocuban {n}
Octans {prop} (a circumpolar constellation) :: Oktant {m}
octaoxygen {n} (allotrope of oxygen) :: Oktasauerstoff {n}
octasyllabic {adj} (having eight syllables) :: achtsilbig
octateuch {n} (collection of eight books) :: Oktateuch {m}
Octavian {prop} (name) :: Octavian
Octavius {prop} (male given name) :: Octavius
octet {n} (group of eight) :: Oktett {n}
octet {n} (group of eight musicians performing together) :: Oktett {n}
octet {n} (byte of eight bits) SEE: byte ::
octillion {num} (a thousand trillion trillion, 1027) :: Quadrilliarde
octillion {num} (a quadrillion quintillion, 1048) :: Oktillion {f}
October {prop} (tenth month of the Gregorian calendar) :: Oktober {m}
octodecillion {n} (1057) :: Nonilliarde {f}
octodontid {n} (any of the Octodontidae) :: Trugratte {f}
octogenarian {adj} (being between 80 and 89, inclusive) :: achtzigjährig
octogenarian {n} (One who is between the age of 80 and 89, inclusive) :: Achtzigjährige {f}, Achtzigjähriger {m}
octonion {n} (nonassociative extension of a quaternion) :: Oktave {f}, Oktonion {f}
octopus {n} (mollusc) :: Tintenfisch {m} [usual word; scientific for Coleoidea]; Oktopus {m} [chiefly scientific for the genus Octopus]; Krake {f} [scientific for Octopoda]
octosyllabic {adj} (containing 8 syllables) :: achtsilbig
octothorpe {n} (octothorpe) SEE: hash ::
octovigintillion {num} (1087) :: Quattuordezilliarde
octuplet {n} (one of eight babies born at the same birth) :: Achtling {m}
octuply {adv} (in an eightfold manner) :: achtmal
ocular {adj} (seen by the eye) SEE: visual ::
ocular {adj} (of or relating to the eye) :: Augen-
oculist {n} (optometrist) SEE: optometrist ::
oculist {n} (ophthalmologist) SEE: ophthalmologist ::
odalisque {n} (a female harem slave) :: Odaliske {f}
odd {adj} (not having a mate) :: einzeln
odd {adj} (strange) :: seltsam, merkwürdig, komisch
odd {adj} (indivisible by two) :: ungerade
odd {n} (odd number) SEE: odd number ::
oddball {n} (eccentric person) :: Sonderling {m}, Exzentriker {m}
odd function {n} (function) :: ungerade Funktion {f}
oddity {n} (strangeness) :: Seltsamkeit {f}
odd job {v} (temporary job) :: Zeitarbeit {f}
odd job {v} (task of incidental nature) :: Gelegenheitsarbeit {f}
odd number {n} (whole number that is not divisible by two) :: ungerade Zahl {f}
odds {n} (the ratio of the probabilities of an event happening to that of it not happening) :: Wahrscheinlichkeit {f}
odds {n} (the ratio of winnings to stake in betting situations) :: Gewinnquote {f}
odds and ends {n} (miscellaneous things) :: Krimskrams {m}
ode {n} (a short poetical composition) :: Ode {f}
Odense {prop} (City in southern Denmark) :: Odense, Ottensee
Oder {prop} (river) :: Oder {f}
Odesa {prop} (Odessa) SEE: Odessa ::
Odessa {prop} (Ukrainian city) :: Odessa {n}
Odia {prop} (Oriya) SEE: Oriya ::
Odin {prop} (in Norse mythology, the supreme god) :: Wotan, Odin, Wüeti [Alemannic]
odious {adj} (arousing strong dislike) :: abscheulich, widerlich, häßlich
Odisha {prop} (state in India) :: Orissa
Odoacer {prop} (Flavius Odoacer, the first king of Italy) :: Odoaker
odometer {n} (instrument attached to the wheel) :: Hodometer {n}, Odometer {m}, Kilometerzähler {m}
odontoblast {n} :: Odontoblast
odontocete {n} (toothed whale) SEE: toothed whale ::
odontophobia {n} (fear of dentistry) :: Odontophobie {f}, Dentophobie {f}, Zahnbehandlungsphobie {f}, Dentalphobie {f}, Oralphobie {f}, Zahnbehandlungsangst {f}
odor {n} (any smell, whether fragrant or offensive; scent; perfume) :: Geruch {m}
odorant {n} (substance with distinctive smell) :: Odoriermittel {n}
odorless {adj} (having no odor) :: geruchlos
odourless {adj} (odourless) SEE: odorless ::
Odysseus {prop} (son of Laertes; Greek leader during the Trojan War) :: Odysseus {m}
odyssey {n} (extended adventurous voyage) :: Odyssee {f}
Odyssey {prop} (epic poem describing the journey of Odysseus) :: Odyssee {f}
oedema {n} (edema) SEE: edema ::
Oedipal {adj} (of or relating to the Oedipus complex) :: ödipal
Oedipus {prop} (son of Laius and Jocasta) :: Ödipus {m}
Oedipus complex {n} (Freudian theory) :: Ödipuskomplex {m}, Ödipuskonflikt {m}
oenologist {n} (an expert in the science of oenology) :: Önologe {m}, Önologin {f}
oenology {n} (scientific study of wines) :: Weinwissenschaft {f} [most general]; Önologie {f} [general or restricted to production in the cellar]; Kellerwirtschaft {f} [production in the cellar]; Weinbau {m} [cultivation]; Weinkunde {f} [especially gastronomy, marketing]
oesophagus {n} (the tube that carries food from the pharynx to the stomach) :: Ösophagus {m}, Speiseröhre {f}
oestrus {n} (a female animal's readiness to mate) :: Brunst {f}, Hitze {f}
oeuvre {n} (work of art) :: Œuvre {n}
oeuvre {n} (complete body of works) :: Œuvre {n}, Gesamtwerk {n}
of {prep} ((time) before, to) :: vor
of {prep} (introducing an epithet) :: von
of {prep} (containing, comprising or made from) :: aus
of {prep} (introducing subject matter) :: von, über
of {prep} (connecting numeral or quantifier with quantified) :: der
of {prep} (possessive genitive: belonging to) :: genitive case, von
of age {prep} (old enough to be considered an adult) :: volljährig
of all things {prep} (Surprisingly) :: ausgerechnet
of a piece {prep} (of the same kind) :: aus einem Guß
of choice {prep} (preferred above others) :: der Wahl
of course {adv} (naturally) :: selbstverständlich, natürlich, sicher, allerdings
off {adv} (in a direction away from the speaker or object) :: weg, davon
off {adv} (into a state of non-operation or non-existence) :: aus
off {adj} (rotten) :: ranzig, schlecht, verdorben
off {adj} :: schlecht, verdorben
off {v} (to kill) :: kaltmachen
offal {n} (refuse) SEE: refuse ::
offal {n} (animal's organs as food) :: Innereien {p}
offal {n} (carrion) SEE: carrion ::
offence {n} (offense) SEE: offense ::
offend {v} (sin) SEE: sin ::
offend {v} (to hurt the feelings) :: beleidigen
offend {v} :: beleidigen, verletzen, ergern
offender {n} (one who gives or causes offense) :: Täter {m}
offender {n} (a person who commits an offense against the law) :: Täter {m}
offense {n} (state of being offended) :: beleidigt sein, gekränkt sein
offensive {adj} (causing offense) :: beleidigend
offensive {adj} (team sports: having to do with play directed at scoring) :: offensiv
offensive {n} (an attack) :: Offensive {f}, Angriff {m}
offensive and defensive alliance {n} (offensive and defensive alliance) :: Schutz- und Trutzbündnis {n}, [referring to the anti-Semitic organization in the 1920s] Schutz- und Trutzbund {m}
offensive foul {n} (offensive foul) :: Stürmerfoul {n}, Offensivfoul {n}
offer {n} (proposal) :: Vorschlag {m}, Angebot {n}
offer {n} (something put forth) :: Angebot {n}
offer {n} (law: invitation to enter binding contract) :: Angebot {n}, Antrag {m}, Offerte {f}
offer {v} (propose) :: anbieten, vorschlagen
offer {v} (to present something as a gesture of worship) :: opfern
offer {v} (place at disposal) :: anbieten
offertory {n} (the offering of sacremental bread and wine to God during a church service) :: Offertorium {n}
offhand {adj} (without planning or thinking ahead) :: schluderig, unüberlegt, spontan, unbesonnen
offhand {adj} (careless) :: unvorsichtig, nachlässig, unüberlegt, unbesonnen
offhand {adj} (curt, unfriendly) :: unfreundlich
office {n} (ceremonial religious duty or rite) :: Dienst {m}, Amt {n}
office {n} (position of responsibility) :: Amt {n}
office {n} (room(s) or building used for non-manual work) :: Büro {n}, Kontor {n}, Amt {n} [e.g. government]
office {n} (major governmental division) :: Amt {n}
office building {n} (commercial building containing spaces for offices) :: Bürohaus {n}
office chair {n} (desk chair used in an office) :: Bürostuhl {m}
officeholder {n} (person who holds an office) :: Amtsinhaber {m}
office hours {n} (times when office workers are at their desks) :: Sprechstunde {f}
officer {n} (one who has a position of authority in a hierarchical organization) :: Funktionär {m}, Funktionärin {f}
officer {n} (one who holds a public office) :: Beamter {m}, Beamtin {f}
officer {n} (contraction of the term "commissioned officer") :: Offizier {m}, Offizierin {f}
official {adj} (relating to an office; especially, to a subordinate executive officer or attendant) :: offiziell, amtlich, dienstlich
official {n} (office holder invested with powers and authorities) :: Beamter {m}, Beamtin {f}
officialese {n} (bureaucratese) SEE: bureaucratese ::
officially {adv} (in an official manner) :: offiziell
officious {adj} (eager to please) :: übereifrig, dienstfertig, beflissen, dienstgeflissen, dienstbeflissen, bemüht
officious {adj} (offensively intrusive or interfering) :: aufdringlich, wichtigmacherisch
off-licence {n} (liquor store) SEE: liquor store ::
offline {adj} (of a system, not connected to a larger network) :: offline
off one's own bat {prep} (of one's own accord) SEE: of one's own accord ::
off-piste {adj} (Not specially prepared or designated for skiing) :: abseits der Piste
off-roader {n} (vehicle designed for driving offroad) :: Offroader {m}, Geländewagen {m}
offset {n} (difference in memory addresses) :: Adressabstand {m}, Offset {n}
offset {n} (offset printing) SEE: offset printing ::
offset printing {n} (offset printing) :: Offsetdruck {m}
offshoot {n} :: Ableger {m}
offshore {adj} (moving away from the shore) :: ablandig
offshore {adj} (located in the sea away from the coast) :: offshore
offshore {adj} (located in another country) :: Off-Shore-
offside {adj} (in an illegal position ahead of the ball) :: im Abseits, abseits
offside {adj} (to the side of a road) :: am Straßenrand, Straßenrand-
offside {n} (offside play) :: Abseits {n}
offside trap {n} (defensive play) :: Abseitsfalle {f}
offspring {n} :: Nachkomme {m}, Nachkommin {f}, Kind {n}, Sohn {m}, Tochter {f}, Sprössling {m}
offspring {n} (plural or collective offspring (only males, only females, both sexes or sex unspecified)) :: Abkömmlinge {m-p}, Nachfahren {m-p}, Nachfahrinnen {f-p}, Nachwuchs {m} [uncountable, no pl], Sprösslinge {m-p}, Nachkommen {m-p}, Nachkomminnen {f-p}, Nachkommenschaft {f} [collective sg], Kinder {n-p}
offspring {n} (plural or collective offspring, animal's or plant's progeny) :: Nachwuchs {m} [uncountable, no pl]
offspring {n} (something produced) :: Hinterlassenschaft {f}
off-the-peg {adj} (ready-made) :: von der Stange
off-the-rack {adj} (ready-made) :: von der Stange
off-the-shelf {adj} (as purchased or as commonly available) :: gebrauchsfertig
off the top of one's head {prep} (in an extemporaneous manner; without careful thought, preparation, or investigation) :: aus dem Stegreif
off-the-wall {adj} (wildly unconventional; bizarre; absurd) :: schräg, abgedreht, schrill, bizarr
off-the-wall {adj} (greatly inappropriate) :: daneben
of late {prep} (recently) :: in letzter Zeit
of one's choice {prep} (that one has chosen, or wishes to choose) :: [of a male] seiner Wahl / [of a female; plural: of males, of females, of males and females] ihrer Wahl — The usage example would be: Er gelangte an die Universität seiner Wahl.
of one's own accord {prep} (without being commanded or controlled) :: auf eigene Faust (on one's own fist)
of record {prep} (authoritative) SEE: authoritative ::
of record {prep} (authoritative media (newspaper of record)) :: Leitmedium
often {adv} (frequently, many times) :: häufig, oft
oftenly {adv} (often) SEE: often ::
oftentimes {adv} (frequently) :: oftmals, oft
oganesson {n} (chemical element with atomic number 118) :: Oganesson {n}
Oghuz {prop} (Oghuz people) :: Oghusen {p}
ogive {n} (curve of a cumulative function) :: Ogive
ogive {n} (Gothic pointed arch) :: Ogive
ogive {n} (nose of a bullet, missle, or rocket) :: Ogive
ogle {v} (to stare flirtatiously) :: liebäugeln
ogonek {n} (diacritical mark) :: Ogonek {n}
ogre {n} (brutish giant) :: Oger {m}
oh {interj} (expression of surprise) :: ach, oh
ohana {n} (extended Hawaiian family unit) :: Ohana {f}
oh dear {interj} (expression of dismay, concern, worry or disapproval) :: oje
OHIM {prop} (Office for Harmonization in the Internal Market) :: HABM
Ohio {prop} (U.S. state) :: Ohio
Ohio {prop} (river) :: Ohio
ohm {n} (the derived unit of electrical resistance) :: Ohm {n}
Ohm's law {prop} (Ohm's observation) :: Ohmsches Gesetz {n}
oh my {interj} (good heavens) SEE: good heavens ::
oh my God {interj} (excitement or shock) :: mein Gott
oh my Goddess {interj} (interjection said in excitement) :: meine Göttin!
oh no {interj} (exclamation of alarm or concern) :: ach nein, oh nein
oh well {interj} (expression of mild disappointment or resignation) :: tja, na ja, ach ja
oi {interj} (exclamation to get attention) SEE: hey ::
oil {n} (liquid fat) :: Öl {n}
oil {n} (petroleum-based liquid) :: Erdöl {n}, Öl {n}, Petroleum {n}
oil {v} (lubricate with oil) :: ölen, einölen
oil {v} (to grease with oil for cooking) :: mit Öl bestreichen
oil cake {n} (solid residue) :: Presskuchen {m}, Ölkuchen {m}, Öltreber {m}, Öltrester {m}
oilcan {n} (container) :: Ölkanne {f}, Ölkännchen {n}
oilcloth {n} (fabric or cloth) :: Wachstuch {n}
oil company {n} (a company which trades, extracts or processes petroleum or oil) :: Mineralölunternehmen {f}, Erdölunternehmen {f}, Ölunternehmen {f}, Mineralölgesellschaft {f}, Erdölgesellschaft {f}, Ölgesellschaft {f}
oiler {n} (oil well) SEE: oil well ::
oiler {n} (ship) SEE: oil tanker ::
oil field {n} (area under which are reserves of petroleum) :: Ölfeld {n}
oil lamp {n} (a simple vessel used to produce light) :: Öllampe {f}
oil painting {n} (art of painting with oil paints) :: Ölgemälde {n}
oil palm {n} (tree that produces palm oil) :: Ölpalme {f}
oil pipeline {n} (oil pipeline) :: Öl­pipe­line {f}
oil platform {n} (structure for oil) :: Bohrinsel {f}
oil rig {n} (oil-drilling platform) :: Bohrturm {m}
oil shale {n} (shale from which hydrocarbons can be produced) :: Ölschiefer
oil slick {n} (thin film of oil floating on the surface of water) :: Ölspur {f}, Ölteppich {m}
oil tanker {n} (Ship) :: Öltanker {m}
oil well {n} (hole drilled into the earth from which petroleum is pumped) :: Ölquelle {f}
oily {adj} (covered with or containing oil) :: ölig
oink {interj} (Representing the sound made by a pig) :: grunz
oink {n} (sound made by a pig) :: Grunzen {n}
oink {v} (to oink) :: grunzen
ointment {n} (viscous preparation, usually containing medication) :: Salbe {f}, Balsam {m}
Ojibwe {prop} (Ojibwe (language)) :: Ojibwe {n}
Ojibwe {n} (member of Ojibwe people) :: Anishinabe
OK {n} (endorsement; approval) :: in Ordnung, gut, okay, OK
OK {v} (approve) :: genehmigen, absegnen
OK {v} ((computing) activate the OK button) :: OK
OK {adj} (all right, permitted) :: Okay, OK, Gut, in Ordnung
OK {adj} (satisfactory) :: alles in Ordnung
OK {adj} (in good health or in a good emotional state) :: in Ordnung (sein), alles in Ordnung (sein), OK,
OK {interj} (acknowledgement or acceptance) :: okay, gut
okapi {n} (Large ruminant mammal) :: Okapi {n}
okara {n} (food made from soybean pulp) :: Okara
Okazaki fragment {n} (one of many newly synthesized DNA fragments formed on the lagging template strand during replication) :: Okazaki-Fragment {n}
Okinawa rail {n} (Gallirallus okinawae) :: Okinawaralle {f}
Oklahoma {prop} (state) :: Oklahoma
Oklahoma City {prop} (capital and largest city of Oklahoma) :: Oklahoma City
okra {n} (edible capsules of A. esculentus) :: Okra {f}, Gemüse-Eibisch {n}
okra {n} (A. esculentus) :: Okra {f}
okroshka {n} (cold raw vegetable soup) :: Okroschka {f}
okrug {n} (administrative division) :: Okrug {m}
-ol {suffix} (-OH group) :: -ol
Olaf {prop} (male given name) :: Olaf
old {adj} (of an object, concept, etc: having existed for a relatively long period of time) :: alt
old {adj} (of a living being: having lived for relatively many years) :: alt
old {adj} (former) :: alt
old {adj} (having existed or lived for the specified time) :: alt
old {adj} ((of an item) used, not new) :: alt
old {adj} (tiresome) :: alt
old age {n} (latter part of life) :: hohes Alter {n}, Alter {n}
Old Armenian {prop} (language) :: Altarmenisch {n}
Old Believer {n} (believer in Orthodoxy as it was before reforms) :: Altgläubiger {m}, Altgläubige {f}
old boy {n} (alumnus) SEE: alumnus ::
Old Catalan {prop} (the language) :: Altkatalanisch {n}
Old Catholic {adj} (pertaining to a group of churches that split from the Roman Catholic Church) :: altkatholisch, christkatholisch [Switzerland]
Old Chinese {prop} (Chinese language) :: Altchinesisch {n}
Old Church Slavonic {prop} (the first literary and liturgical Slavic language) :: Altkirchenslawisch {n}
Old Dutch {prop} (language) :: Altniederländisch {n}
Old Earth creationism {n} (Old Earth Creationism) :: Alte-Erde-Kreationismus {m}, Langzeitkreationismus {m}
Old East Slavic {prop} (language) :: Altostslawisch {n}, Altrussisch {n}
Old Egyptian {prop} (Old Egyptian) :: Altägyptisch {n}
Old English {prop} (ancestor language of modern English) :: Angelsächsisch {n}, angelsächsische Sprache {f}; Altenglisch {n}, altenglische Sprache {f}
Old English Sheepdog {n} (a breed of herding dog) :: altenglischer Schäferhund {m}
older adult {n} (an old person) SEE: senior citizen ::
older brother {n} (multi-word, compound-word or otherwise sum-of-parts translations) :: großer Bruder {m}
older sister {n} (multi-word, compound-word or otherwise sum-of-parts translations) :: große Schwester {f}
old fart {n} (pejorative: elderly person) :: alter Sack {m}, alter Knacker {m}, alter Scheißer {m}
old-fashioned {adj} (outdated or no longer in vogue) :: altmodisch, altväterlich, altväterisch, antiquiert, unmodern, unzeitgemäß, verzopft, zopfig [pejorative]
old-fashioned {adj} (preferring the customs of earlier times) :: altmodisch
old folks' home {n} (nursing home) SEE: nursing home ::
Old Frankish {prop} (Frankish) SEE: Frankish ::
Old French {prop} (French language from 9th to the early 14th century) :: Altfranzösisch {n}
Old Frisian {prop} (the Old Frisian language) :: Altfriesisch {n}
Old Georgian {prop} (Language) :: Altgeorgisch {n}
old gold {n} (a brownish gold colour) :: Altgold {n}
old-growth forest {n} (forest that has attained great age without significant disturbance) :: Primärwald {m}
old hand {n} (experienced person at certain activity) :: alter Hase {m}
Old High German {prop} (Old High German) :: Althochdeutsch {n}
Old High German {adj} (Old High German) :: althochdeutsch
Old Icelandic {prop} (the Old Norse language of Iceland) :: Altisländisch {n}
oldie {n} (something or someone old) :: Oldie {m}
oldie {n} (song or record from a long time ago) :: Oldie {m}
Old Irish {prop} (language) :: Altirisch {n}
Old Japanese {prop} (the Old Japanese language) :: Altjapanisch {n}
Old Kingdom {prop} (Egypt from the 3rd Dynasty through the 6th) :: Altes Reich {n}
Old Korean {prop} (Language) :: Altkoreanisch {n}
Old Latin {prop} (Translations) :: Altlatein {n}, Altlateinisch {n} [often only used for later or younger Old Latin]; Frühlatein [often only used for earlier or older Old Latin]
Old Low Franconian {prop} (language) :: Altniederfränkisch {n}
Old Low German {prop} (Old Saxon) SEE: Old Saxon ::
old maid {n} (periwinkle) SEE: periwinkle ::
old maid {n} (elderly unmarried woman) SEE: spinster ::
old maid {n} (zinnia) SEE: zinnia ::
old maid {n} (card game) :: Schwarzer Peter {m}
old man {n} (elderly man) :: Greis {m}, [indefinite] Alter {m}, alter Mann {m}, Väterchen {n}
old money {n} (families that have been wealthy for generations) :: alter Geldadel {m}
old moon {n} (phase of moon when it is waning) :: Altmond {m}
old moon {n} (the moon when it is waning) :: Altmond {m}
oldness {n} (state of being old) :: Alter {n}
Old Norse {prop} (language of Scandinavia before 1400 CE) :: Altnordisch {n}
Old Norwegian {prop} (the Old Norse language of Norway) :: Altnorwegisch {n}
old people's home {n} (nursing home) SEE: nursing home ::
old people's home {n} (retirement village) SEE: retirement village ::
Old Persian {prop} (Translations) :: Altpersisch {n}
Old Portuguese {prop} (Portuguese language from 13th to 16th centuries) :: Altportugiesisch {n}
Old Prussian {adj} (of or pertaining to the Old Prussian language or people) :: altpreußisch
Old Prussian {prop} (the Old Prussian language) :: Altpreußisch {n}
Old Prussian {n} (member of the Baltic tribe that inhabited Prussia) :: Pruße {m}, Prußin {f}
old salt {n} (seadog) SEE: seadog ::
Old Saxon {n} (the Old Saxon language) :: Altsächsisch {n}
Old Slavonic {prop} (Old Church Slavonic) :: Altkirchenslawisch {n}
Old Slavonic {prop} (Proto-Slavic) :: Urslawisch {n}
Old Spanish {n} (the Old Spanish language) :: Altspanisch {n}
old stick {n} (chap) SEE: chap ::
Old Swedish {prop} (language) :: Altschwedisch {n}
Old Testament {prop} (first half of the Christian Bible) :: Altes Testament {n}
old-timer {n} (one who has been around for a long time or has a great deal of experience) :: alter Hase {m}
old town {n} (older historical part of a town or city) :: Altstadt {f}
old wine in a new bottle {n} (existing concept or institution presented as if new) :: alter Wein in neuen Schläuchen (old wine in new wineskins); Altes in neuem Gewand (something old in a new garment); dasselbe in grün (the same thing in green)
old wives' tale {n} (rumour, myth or superstition) :: Ammenmärchen {n}
old woman {n} (elderly woman) :: alte Frau {f}, Alte {f}, [very old] Greisin {f}
Old World {prop} (The Eastern Hemisphere, especially Europe, Africa and Asia) :: Alte Welt {f}
Old World monkey {n} (primates falling in the superfamily Cercopithecoidea) :: Altweltaffe {m}
oleaginous {adj} (oily, greasy) :: ölig, ölhaltig
oleaginous {adj} (falsely or affectedly earnest; persuasively suave) :: ölig, schmierig
oleander {n} (A poisonous shrub) :: Oleander {m}
oleaster {n} (plant in the family Elaeagnaceae, especially, a plant in the genus Elaeagnus, especially, the species Elaeagnus angustifolia) :: Ölweide
oleate {n} (salt or ester) :: Oleat {n}
olefin metathesis {n} :: Olefinmetathese {f}
oleic acid {n} (fatty acid with 18 carbon atoms and one double bond, found in olive oil) :: Ölsäure {f}
oleiferous {adj} (that produces oil) :: ölhaltig
Olenekian {prop} (subdivision of the Triassic period) :: Olenekium
oleochemistry {n} (branch of chemistry that deals with oleochemicals) :: Oleochemie {f}
oleophobic {adj} (tending to repel oil) :: oleophob
oleum {n} (fuming sulfuric acid) :: Oleum {n}, rauchende Schwefelsäure {f}
olfaction {n} (the sense of smell) :: Geruchssinn {m}
olfactory {adj} (concerning the sense of smell) :: geruchlich
Olga {prop} (female given name) :: Olga
oligarchy {n} (Government by only a few) :: Oligarchie {f}
oligarchy {n} (State ruled by such a government) :: Oligarchie {f}
Oligocene {adj} (of the Oligocene epoch) :: oligozän
Oligocene {prop} (Oligocene epoch) :: Oligozän {n}
oligomer {n} (compound intermediate between a monomer and a polymer) :: Oligomer {n}
oligopolist {n} (member of an oligopoly) :: Oligopolist {m}
oligopolistic {adj} (having the character of an oligopoly) :: oligopolistisch
oligopoly {n} (economic condition) :: Oligopol {n}
oligotrophic {adj} (of a diet: deficient in nutrition) :: oligotroph
oliguria {n} (a decreased production in the volume of urine) :: Oligurie {f}
olinguito {n} (mammal) :: Anden-Makibär {m}
olive {n} (fruit) :: Olive {f}
olive {adj} (colour) :: oliv, olivfarben, olivfarbig
olive {n} (olive tree) SEE: olive tree ::
olive-backed sunbird {n} (Cinnyris jugularis) :: Grünrücken-Nektarvogel {m}
olive branch {n} (branch of an olive tree) :: Olivenzweig {m}
olive grove {n} (cluster of olive trees) :: Ölberg {m}
olive oil {n} (oil pressed from olives) :: Olivenöl {n}
Oliver {prop} (male given name) :: Oliver {m}
olive tree {n} (tree that produces olives) :: Olivenbaum {m}, Ölbaum {m}
Olivia {prop} (female given name) :: Olivia {f}
Olivier salad {n} (traditional Russian salad of boiled vegetables with mayonnaise) :: Oliviersalat {m}
olivine {n} (family of minerals forming orthorhombic crystals) :: Olivin {m}
olla podrida {n} (miscellaneous assortment) SEE: hodgepodge ::
olla podrida {n} (Spanish stew of seasoned meat and vegetables) :: Olla podrida {f}
olm {n} (Proteus anguinus) :: Olm {m}
Olmütz {prop} (city in Moravia) SEE: Olomouc ::
Olmutz {prop} (city in Moravia) SEE: Olomouc ::
-ologist {suffix} (alternative spelling of -logist) :: -ologe {m}
-ology {suffix} (branch of learning) :: -ologie {f}
Olomouc {prop} (city in the Czech Republic) :: Olmütz {n}, Olomouc {n}
Olomouc {prop} (city in the Czech Republic (used attributively)) :: Olmützer
Olomouc cheese {n} (Olomouc cheese) :: Olmützer Quargel {m}, Quargel {m}
Olomouc District {prop} (district in the Czech Republic) :: Okres Olomouc {m}, Bezirk Olmütz {m}
Olomouc Region {prop} (region in the Czech Republic) :: Olomoucký kraj {m}, Olmützer Region {f}
Olsztyn {prop} (city in northeastern Poland) :: Allenstein {n}, Olsztyn {n}
Oltenia {prop} (Oltenia) :: Kleine Walachei {f}, Oltenien
OLTP {n} (transactions) :: OLTP {f}
Olympiad {n} (period of four years) :: Olympiade {f}
Olympian {n} (athlete) :: Olympionike {m}
Olympic {adj} (of or pertaining to the Olympic Games) :: olympisch
Olympic {adj} (of or pertaining to mountain Olympus) :: olympisch
Olympic athlete from Russia {n} :: Olympische Athleten aus Russland {m}
Olympic Games {prop} (international multi-sport event inspired by the ancient festival, see also: Olympics) :: Olympische Spiele {n-p}, Olympiade {f}
Olympics {prop} (sport event, see also: Olympic Games) :: Olympiade {f}
Olympic Winter Games {prop} (Olympic Winter Games) :: Olympische Winterspiele {p}
Olympus {prop} (mountain) :: Olymp {m}
Olza {prop} (river) :: Olsa
Oman {prop} (country in the Middle East) :: Oman {m}
Omani {n} (person from Oman or of Omani descent) :: Omaner {m}, Omanerin {f}
Omani {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Oman, the Omani people or the Omani language) :: omanisch
omasum {n} (the third part of the stomach of a ruminant) :: Blättermagen {m}, Buchmagen {m}, Buch {n}, Psalter {m}, Kalender {m}, Löser {m}
ombudsman {n} (official who investigates complaints) :: Ombudsmann {m}
omega {n} (letter of the Greek alphabet) :: Omega {n}
omega {n} (the end; final or last in a sequence) :: O {n}
omega {n} (angular velocity) SEE: angular velocity ::
omelette {n} (dish made with beaten eggs) :: Omelett {n}
omen {n} (something which portends or is perceived to portend a good or evil event or circumstance in the future; an augury or foreboding) :: Omen {n}
omen {n} (prophetic significance) :: Omen {n}
omentum {n} (fold of the peritoneum) :: Omentum {n}
omertà {n} (code of silence amongst members of the Mafia or other criminal organization) :: Omertà {f}
omiai {n} (formal marriage interview) SEE: miai ::
omicron {n} (Greek letter) :: Omikron {n}
ominous {adj} (of or pertaining to an omen or to omens; being or exhibiting an omen) :: ominös, ahnungsvoll, schicksalschwer, unheilschwanger
ominous {adj} (giving indication of a coming ill) :: unheilsschwanger, verhängnisvoll, unheilvoll, unheilbringend
omission {n} (the act of omitting) :: Unterlassung {f}, Unterlassen {n}
omission {n} (the act of neglecting to perform an action one has an obligation to do) :: Unterlassen {n}, Unterlassung {f}
omission {n} (something deleted or left out) :: Auslassung {f}
omission {n} (something not done or neglected) :: Unterlassung {f}
omission {n} (grammar: the shortening of a word or phrase) :: Auslassung {f}
omit {v} (to leave out or exclude) :: weglassen, auslassen
omnibus {n} (vehicle) :: Omnibus {m}, Bus {m}
omnipotence {n} (unlimited power) :: Allmächtigkeit {f}
omnipotent {adj} (having unlimited power, force or authority) :: allmächtig
omnipresence {n} (the ability to be at all places at the same time) :: Allgegenwart {f}, Ubiquität {f}, Allgegenwärtigkeit {f}
omnipresent {adj} (being everywhere) :: omnipräsent, allgegenwärtig
omniscience {n} (capacity to know everything) :: Allwissenheit {f}
omniscient {adj} (having total knowledge) :: allwissend
omnitheism {n} (The belief that all religions contain a core recognition of the same god) :: Omnitheismus {m}
omnium-gatherum {n} (collection of miscellaneous things) SEE: hodgepodge ::
omnivore {n} (animal eating both plants and meat) :: Allesfresser, Omnivore {m}
omnivorous {adj} (having the ability to eat both animal and vegetable food) :: allfressend
omphaloskepsis {n} (contemplation of or meditation upon one's navel) :: Nabelschau {f}
Omsk {prop} (large city in Russia) :: Omsk {n}
on {adj} (in the state of being active, functioning or operating) :: an, ein
on {adv} (to an operating state) :: an, ein
on {adv} (continuing an action) :: weiter
on {adv} (along, forwards (continuing an action)) :: an
on {prep} (positioned at the upper surface of) :: auf
on {prep} (covering) :: über
on {prep} (at the date of) :: an
on {prep} (dealing with the subject of) :: über
on {prep} (touching; hanging from) :: an, bei
on {prep} (because of, or due to something) :: wegen, aufgrund
on {prep} (paid for by) :: auf
on {prep} (used to indicate means or medium) :: in, an
-on {suffix} ((physics) subatomic particles) :: -on {n}
on account of {prep} (because of, owing to) :: aufgrund
on a first-name basis {adv} (having enough familiarity with another person to call them by their first name) :: per Du
on a full stomach {prep} (directly after eating, after a meal) :: mit vollem Magen
onager {n} (Asiatic wild ass or hemione) :: Onager {m}
onager {n} (military engine) :: Onager {m}
on all fours {adv} (on hands and knees) :: auf allen vieren
on and off {adv} (intermittently) :: ab und zu
onanism {n} (masturbation) :: Onanie
on a par {prep} (On a level) :: gleichauf, ebenbürtig, auf einer Höhe mit, auf einer Ebene mit, auf Augenhöhe mit, gleichwertig
on average {prep} (as a measure of central tendency) :: durchschnittlich, im Durchschnitt
on behalf of {prep} (speaking or acting for) :: im Namen von
on board {adv} (aboard) SEE: aboard ::
on board {adj} (on or in a means of transportation) :: an Bord
onboard {adj} (carried or used on or in a vehicle or vessel) :: Bord- [in compounds]
onboard {adv} (on a vehicle) SEE: on board ::
on call {prep} (available to be summoned) :: Bereitschaftsdienst haben, Bereitschaft haben [to be on call]
once {adv} (one and only one time) :: einmal
once {adv} (formerly) :: früher
once {conj} (as soon as) :: als, sobald
once {adv} (as soon as) SEE: as soon as ::
once again {adv} (one more time) :: noch einmal, wieder einmal, nochmals, wiederum, aufs neue, nomma [colloquial], wieder
once and for all {adv} (Finally, permanently, conclusively) :: ein für allemal, ein für alle Mal
once bitten, twice shy {proverb} (one is cautious in the future if hurt in the past) :: ein gebranntes Kind scheut das Feuer
once in a blue moon {adv} (very rarely) :: alle Jubeljahre
once in a while {adv} (occasionally) :: ab und zu
once more {adv} (one more time) SEE: once again ::
once or twice {phrase} (a small, indefinite number of times) :: ein- oder zweimal
once upon a time {adv} (traditional beginning of children’s stories, especially fairy tales) :: es war einmal
onco- {prefix} (pertaining to tumors) :: onko-
oncologist {n} (one who specialises in oncology) :: Onkologe {m}, Onkologin {f}
oncology {n} (branch of medicine) :: Onkologie {f}
Ondine's curse {prop} (medical condition, sufferers of which stop breathing if they fall asleep) :: Undine-Syndrom {n}
one {pron} (impersonal pronoun) :: expressed by nominalization when following an adjective
one {pron} (indefinite personal pronoun) :: man, einer
one {n} (digit or figure) :: Eins {f}
one {adj} (whole, entire) :: eins
one {adj} (being an unknown person with the specified name) :: ein gewisser, eine gewisse
one {num} (ordinal number) SEE: first ::
-one {suffix} (ketone) :: -on {n}
one {num} (cardinal number 1) :: (abstract counting) eins, (counting objects) ein
one after another {adv} (in single file) :: nacheinander
one and a half {num} (one and a half) :: anderthalb, eineinhalb
one another {pron} (idiomatic, reciprocal pronoun) :: einander, [reciprocal] gegenseitig, [following each other] aufeinander
one-armed {adj} (having only one arm) :: einarmig
one-armed bandit {n} (gaming machine) :: einarmiger Bandit {m}
on earth {prep} (expletive giving emphasis after interrogative word) :: in Gottes Namen, in Herrgotts Namen, in aller Welt, um alles in der Welt, um Himmels willen
one brick short of a full load {adj} (not mentally sound; insane) :: eine Schraube locker haben, nicht alle Tassen im Schrank haben, einen Dachschaden haben
one by one {adv} (individually) :: der Reihe nach, einer nach dem anderen, eine nach dem anderen, eins nach dem anderen, eines nach dem anderen, nacheinander, Stück für Stück
one-child policy {n} (a policy of population control) :: Ein-Kind-Politik {f}
one day {adv} (at unspecified time in the future) :: eines Tages
one day {adv} (at unspecified time in the past) :: eines Tages
one-dimensional {adj} (having length, but no width, height or depth) :: eindimensional
one-dimensional {adj} (figuratively, lacking depth or believability) :: eindimensional
one-eyed {adj} (having only a single eye) :: einäugig
one fell swoop {n} (one stroke; one action or event with many results) :: in einem Rutsch, mit einem Schlag
one for all, all for one {phrase} (motto: working for each other) :: einer für alle, alle für einen
Onega {prop} (a lake in Russia) :: Onegasee
one-handed {adv} (using only one hand) :: einhändig
one-handedness {n} :: Einhändigkeit {f}
one-hit wonder {n} (musical performer) :: One-Hit-Wonder {n}
one-hit wonder {n} (person or group known for achieving only a single major accomplishment) :: One-Hit-Wonder {n}
one-horse town {n} (very small town) :: Kuhdorf {n}
one hundred {num} (cardinal number 100) SEE: hundred ::
one hundred and one {num} (one hundred plus one, see also: one hundred one) :: einhunderteins, hunderteins, einhundertundeins, hundertundeins
one hundred and one {n} (figure 101) :: Einhunderteins, Hunderteins, Einhundertundeins, Hundertundeins
one hundred million {num} (number 100,000,000) :: hundert Millionen
one hundred one {num} (101, see also: one hundred and one) :: hunderteins {f}, einhunderteins, hundertundeins, einhundertundeins
one hundred percent {adj} (complete, total) :: hundertprozentig
one hundred percent {adv} (completely, totally) :: einhundert Prozent
oneiric {adj} (of or pertaining to dreams) :: verträumt
oneiric {adj} (resembling a dream; dreamlike) SEE: dreamlike ::
oneirologist {n} (interpreter of dreams) :: Oneirologe {m}, Oneirologin {f}
oneirology {n} (the study of dreams) :: Oneirologie {f}
oneiromancy {n} (divination by the interpretation of dreams) :: Oneiromantie {f}
one-legged {adj} (having only one leg) :: einbeinig
one million {num} (cardinal number 1000000) SEE: million ::
one moment, please {phrase} (one moment please) :: Einen Moment, bitte
on end {prep} (upright, erect, endways) :: hochkant
oneness {n} (state of being undivided) :: Einheit {f}
one-night stand {n} (sexual encounter) :: einmalige Angelegenheit {f}, One-Night-Stand {m}
one o'clock {n} (the start of the second hour) :: ein Uhr
one of a kind {n} (unique specimen) :: Unikat {n}, einzigartig [attributive]
one-of-a-kind {n} (one of a kind) SEE: one of a kind ::
onerous {adj} (burdensome) :: beschwerlich, drückend, lästig, mühsam
one's {pron} (belonging to one) :: sein {m}, seine {f}
one's bark is worse than one's bite {phrase} (one acts in a threatening way but is relatively harmless) :: Hunde, die bellen, beißen nicht
one's blood runs cold {phrase} (One experiences a visceral feeling of fear, horror, dread, or strong forboding) :: einem gefriert das Blut in den Adern (one’s blood freezes in the veins)
one's days are numbered {phrase} (some period of time is coming to an end) :: seine Tage sind gezählt [his/its days are numbered], ihre Tage sind gezählt [her/their days are numbered]
oneself {pron} :: selbst, sich
one-sided {adj} (partial or biased in favour of one faction) :: parteiisch
one-sided {adj} (with one competitor dominant over the other) :: einseitig
one-sided {adj} (out of proportion or lopsided) :: einseitig
one-sided {adj} (having only one side) :: einseitig
one-sidedness {n} (state of being one-sidedness) :: Einseitigkeit {f}
one-size-fits-all {adj} (designed to be worn with comfort by people with a wide range of sizes.) :: Einheitsgröße {f}
one's lips are sealed {phrase} (I won't tell anyone) :: meine Lippen sind versiegelt
one's marbles {n} (sanity) SEE: sanity ::
one swallow does not a summer make {proverb} (one instance of an event does not necessarily indicate a trend) :: eine Schwalbe macht noch keinen Sommer; einmal ist keinmal
one thousand {num} (cardinal number 1000) SEE: thousand ::
one-time {adj} (of or pertaining to a specific time in the past) :: ehemalig
one-time {adj} (occurring only on one occasion) :: einmalig
one-track mind {n} (obsessed mind) :: Tunnelblick {m}
one-two {n} (soccer: quick one-touch play between two players) :: Doppelpass {m}
one up {v} (do something slightly better than a competitor) :: um eine Nasenlänge voraus sein
on everyone's lips {prep} :: in aller Munde sein
one-way {adj} (allowing movement in only one direction) :: Einweg-, Einbahn-
one-way {adj} (allowing travel in only one direction) :: einfach
one-way street {n} (road in which traffic is only allowed to proceed in one direction) :: Einbahnstraße {f}
one-way ticket {n} (a ticket granting permission to travel to a place but not back) :: einfache Fahrkarte {f}, Einzelfahrschein {m}
on fire {prep} (being burned by fire) :: in Brand, in Flammen (both construed with the verb stehen)
on fire {prep} (rapidly achieving good results) :: einen Lauf haben (verb)
on foot {prep} (walking, jogging, running) :: zu Fuß
ongoing {adj} (continuing, permanent) :: ständig, permanent, andauernd, anhaltend, immerwährend, fortlaufend
ongoing {adj} (presently or currently happening; being in progress) :: laufend, gegenwärtig stattfindend, derzeitig stattfindend
on good terms {adj} (friendly towards; having good relations) :: auf gutem Fuß stehen
on hand {prep} (available) :: zur Hand
on heat {prep} (in estrus) :: brünstig (bucks), läufig (dogs), rollig (cats)
on hold {prep} (on reserve) :: reserviert
oniomania {n} (abnormal impulse to buy things) :: Oniomanie {f}, Kaufsucht {f}
onion {n} (plant) :: Zwiebel {f}
onion dome {n} (onion-shaped dome) :: Zwiebelturm {m}
onion ring {n} (food) :: Zwiebelringe {m-p}
onion seed {n} (Nigella sativa) SEE: nigella ::
onion seed {n} (seeds of an onion plant) :: Zwiebelsamen {m}, Zwiebelsaat {f}
online {adj} (connected to a network) :: online, angeschlossen
online {adj} (available over the Internet) :: online
online {adj} (connected to the Internet) :: online
online {adj} (of a system that is active) :: eingeschaltet
online {adj} :: eingeschaltet, verbunden, online
online banking {n} (e-banking) SEE: e-banking ::
onlooker {n} (spectator) SEE: spectator ::
only {adj} (alone in a category) :: einzig
only {adj} (without sibling) :: geschwisterlos, Einzelkind {n} [noun]
only {adj} (singularly superior; the best) :: einzigartig
only {adv} (without others or anything further; exclusively) :: nur, lediglich, allein
only {adv} (no more than) :: nur, lediglich
only {adv} (as recently as) :: erst
only {adv} :: einzig, nur
only {conj} :: aber, doch
only {n} (only child) SEE: only child ::
only child {n} (person who has no siblings) :: Einzelkind {n}
on-message {adj} (conformant to the official party policy) :: gleichgeschaltet
on no account {prep} (under no circumstances) SEE: under no circumstances ::
on offer {prep} (for sale at a reduced price) :: im Angebot, reduziert
onomasiological {adj} :: onomasiologisch
onomasiology {n} (branch of lexicology) :: Onomasiologie {f}, Benennungslehre {f}, Bezeichnungslehre {f}
onomastician {n} (person who studies onomastics, person who studies names) :: Onomastiker {m}, Onomastikerin {f}, Onomatologe {m}, Onomatologin {f}, Namenkundler {m}, Namenkundlerin {f}, Onomasiologe {m}, Onomasiologin {f}, Namenforscher {m}, Namenforscherin {f}
onomastics {n} (branch of lexicology devoted to the study of names) :: Onomastik {f}, Namenkunde {f}, Onomatologie {f}, Onomasiologie {f}, Namenforschung {f}, Bezeichnungslehre {f}
onomatopoeia {n} (property of a word of sounding like what it represents) :: Klangnachahmung {?}, Lautmalerei {f}, Lautnachahmung {?}, Schallnachahmung {f}; Onomatopöie {f}, Onomatopoie {f}, Onomatopoesie {f}, Wortmalerei {f}, Wortbildung aus Naturlauten {f}
onomatopoeia {n} (word that sounds like what it represents) :: lautmalerisches Wort {n}, lautmalendes Wort {n}, lautnachahmendes Wort {n}, klangnachahmendes Wort {n}; Klangwort {n}, Schallwort {n}; onomatopoetisches Wort {n}, onomatopoietisches Wort {n}; Onomatopoetikum {?}, Onomatopoetikon {?}, Onomatopoietikon {?}
onomatopoeic {adj} (of or relating to onomatopoeia) :: lautmalerisch, lautmalend; [uncommon] onomatopoetisch
onomatopoeic {adj} (having the property of onomatopoeia) :: lautmalerisch, lautmalend; [uncommon] onomatopoetisch
onomatopoetic {adj} (concerning onomatopoeia) SEE: onomatopoeic ::
on one's deathbed {prep} (close to death (idiomatic)) :: auf dem Sterbebett
on one's own {prep} (alone; by oneself; without the companionship or assistance of others) :: auf sich selbst gestellt, selber, selbst, von alleine, von selbst, alleine
on one's toes {prep} (attentive, active, busy) :: auf Trab
on purpose {prep} (purposely, with intention) :: mit Absicht, absichtlich, vorsätzlich, extra, bewusst, mit Vorbedacht
onry {adj} (ornery) SEE: ornery ::
on sale {prep} (available for purchase) :: zum Verkauf
onscreen {adv} (inside the frame of the screen) :: Bildschirm-
onsen {n} (a Japanese hot spring; a Japanese-style resort hotel at a hot spring) :: Onsen {n}
onset {n} (phonology: initial portion of a syllable) :: Silbenansatz {m}, Silbenanfang {m}, Silbenanlaut {m}
onside {adj} ((football) not in an offside position) :: nicht abseits, nicht im Abseits (not offside)
on sight {prep} (immediately when sighted) :: gleich, sofort, unmittelbar, beim ersten Anblick, auf den ersten Blick
on sight {prep} (when it comes to one's attention) :: gleich, sofort, unmittelbar
on site {prep} (at a job site) :: vor Ort
on-site {adj} (at a site) :: vor Ort
onslaught {n} (fierce attack) :: Angriff {m}, Ansturm {m}
onslaughter {n} (onslaught) SEE: onslaught ::
Ontario {prop} (Province in eastern Canada) :: Ontario {n}
on the contrary {prep} (opposite) :: im Gegenteil
on the fly {adv} ((idiomatic) spontaneously or extemporaneously) :: in Eile, spontan, unvorbereitet, ohne Vorbereitung, fliegend, auf die Schnelle, improvisiert
on the fritz {prep} (out of order, malfunctioning) :: kaputt, hin
on the go {prep} (actively traveling) :: unterwegs
on the hook {prep} (liable) SEE: liable ::
on the hour {prep} (hourly, beginning at the start of each hour) :: zur vollen Stunde, zu jeder vollen Stunde
on the house {prep} (free service) :: aufs Haus
on the line {prep} (at risk) :: auf dem Spiel, auf der Kippe
on the loose {prep} (not in captivity) :: sich frei bewegend, frei herumlaufend, frei umherziehend
on the one hand {prep} (from one point of view) :: zum einen, einerseits, einesteils
on the other hand {prep} (from another point of view) :: auf der anderen Seite, andererseits, hingegen, zum anderen
on the run {prep} (fleeing) :: auf der Flucht
on the safe side {prep} (on the safe side) :: vorsichtshalber, sicherheitshalber
on the same page {prep} (on the same page) :: auf gleicher Wellenlänge (sein), die gleiche Wellenlänge (haben), der selber Wellenlänge (sein), der gleichen Meinung (sein)
on the same wavelength {prep} (in rapport) :: auf der gleichen Wellenlänge liegen
on the street {prep} (without a home) :: obdachlos, auf der Straße
on the tip of one's tongue {prep} (known but not quite remembered) :: auf der Zunge liegen
on the verge of {prep} (almost at the beginning) :: kurz davor
on the warpath {prep} (very angry or upset) :: auf dem Kriegspfad
on the way {prep} (coming) :: unterwegs, auf dem Weg
on the way {adv} (whilst travelling) :: unterwegs
on thin ice {adv} (at risk) :: auf dünnem Eis
on this side of {prep} (on this side of) :: diesseits
ontic {adj} :: ontisch
on time {adv} (punctually) :: pünktlich, rechtzeitig
on time {adv} (by installments) :: nach und nach
onto {prep} (upon; on top of) :: auf
ontogeny {n} (development of an individual organism) :: Ontogenie {f}, Ontogenese {f}
ontological {adj} (of, or relating to, ontology) :: ontologisch
ontologist {n} (scholar or theorist of ontology) :: Ontologe {m}, Ontologin {f}
ontology {n} (study of being) :: Ontologie {f}
ontology {n} (system model in computer science) :: Ontologie {f}
on top of that {prep} (additionally, moreover) :: obendrein, noch dazu
onus {n} (legal obligation) :: Pflicht {f}
onus {n} (burden of proof) :: Beweislast {f}
onus probandi {n} (duty of a party in a legal proceeding) SEE: burden of proof ::
onward {adv} (In a forward direction) :: vorwärts
onycha {n} (the operculum of certain gastropods used formerly as a drug) :: Riechschale {f}, Räucherklaue {f}
on your mark, get set, go {phrase} (three-command start of racing) :: auf die Plätze, fertig, los; Achtung, fertig, los
onyx {n} (a banded variety of chalcedony) :: Onyx {m}
oofless {adj} (poor) SEE: poor ::
oolite {n} (geology: rock of spherical grains) :: Oolith {m}
oolith {n} (spherical granule of mineral material) :: Oolith {m}
oology {n} (study of birds' eggs) :: Oologie {f}
oolong {n} (oolong tea) SEE: oolong tea ::
oolong tea {n} (type of tea) :: Oolong-Tee {m}
oophorectomy {n} (surgical removal of ovaries) :: Oophorektomie {f}, Ovariektomie {f}
oops {interj} (acknowledging a minor mistake) :: ups, huch, hoppla
oops {interj} :: hoppla, upps
oops {v} (to blunder) SEE: blunder ::
Oort Cloud {prop} (cloud of comets in the Solar System) :: Oortsche Wolke {f}
ooze {n} (tanning liquor, tanning ooze) :: Gerbbrühe {f}
ooze {v} (to secrete or slowly leak) :: sickern, durchsickern, triefen
opacity {n} (state of being opaque; blocking light) :: Opazität {f}, Undurchsichtigkeit {f}
opah {n} (fish of the Lampridae family) :: Gotteslachs {m}
opal {n} (a mineral consisting, like quartz, of silica, but inferior to quartz in hardness and specific gravity) :: Opal {m}
op-amp {n} (active circuit element) :: Operationsverstärker {m}
opaque {adj} (neither reflecting nor emitting light) :: matt, dunkel
opaque {adj} (hindering light to pass through) :: undurchsichtig, undurchlässig, opak, blickdicht
opaque {adj} (allowing little light to pass through) :: trüb, trübe, milchig
opaque {adj} (unclear, unintelligible, hard to get or explain the meaning of) :: unklar, schleierhaft, unverständlich, unverstanden
opaque {adj} (obtuse, stupid) :: stumpf, begriffsstutzig, schwerfällig
opaque {n} (area of darkness) :: Undurchsichtigkeit {f}, Trübnis {f}, Dunkelheit {f}, verschleiern
opaque {n} (something which is opaque) :: Undurchsichtiges {n}, Blickdichtes {n}
opaque {v} (to render opaque) :: trüben, mattieren, verdunkeln, verschleiern
open {adj} (not closed) :: auf, offen
open {adj} (prepared to conduct business) :: offen, geöffnet
open {adj} (receptive) :: offen
open {adj} (public) :: öffentlich
open {adj} (candid) :: aufrichtig, [occasionally pejorative] treuherzig, [pejorative] unbedarft
open {adj} (math: which is part of a predefined collection of subsets) :: offen
open {adj} (computing: in current use) :: offen, geöffnet
open {adj} (music: without any fingers pressing the string against the fingerboard) :: offen
open {v} (to make something accessible) :: öffnen, aufmachen
open {v} (to make accessible to customers) :: öffnen, aufmachen
open {v} (to start (a campaign)) :: eröffnen
open {v} (to become open) :: sich öffnen
open {v} (to begin conducting business) :: offen, geöffnet
open air {n} (the outside) :: frische Luft {f}
open-air museum {n} (outdoor museum) :: Freilichtmuseum {n}, Freilandmuseum {n}, Freiluftmuseum {n}, Museumdorf {n}
open bar {n} (bar at which drinks are served without charge) :: Flatrateparty {f}, Flatrate-Party {f}
open book {n} (thing easily interpreted) :: offenes Buch {n}
open book {n} (person naively honest or open) :: offenes Buch {n}
opencast {adj} (of or pertaining to strip mining) :: Tagebau-
open-chain {adj} :: offenkettig
open day {n} (casual event where an institution is open for inspection by anyone interested) :: Tag der offenen Tür {m}
open-ended {adj} (unrestricted by definite limits) :: ergebnisoffen
open-end fund {n} (collective investment) :: offener Fonds {m}
opener {n} (bottle opener) SEE: bottle opener ::
opener {n} (device that opens something) :: Öffner
opener {n} (can opener) SEE: can opener ::
open file {n} (file with no pawns) :: offene Linie {f}
open fire {v} (to begin firing at something or someone) :: losschießen
Open Game {n} :: offene Spiele
open-heart surgery {n} :: Operation am offenen Herzen {f}
open house {n} (event where a facility or institution is open to the public for inspection or tour) :: Tag der offenen Tür
opening {n} (something that is open) :: Öffnung {f}
opening {n} (first performance of a show or play by a particular troupe) :: Eröffnungsvorstellung {f}
opening {n} (first few moves in a game of chess) :: Eröffnung {f}
opening {n} (unoccupied employment position) :: offene Stelle {f}, freie Stelle {f}
opening argument {n} (statement) :: Anfangsplädoyer {n}, erster Parteivortrag {m}
opening ceremony {n} (ceremony to mark the official opening of a building or event) :: Eröffnungsfeier {f}
opening hours {n} (the regular times of day when a shop is open) :: Öffnungszeit {f}, Öffnungszeiten {f-p}
open letter {n} (published letter) :: offener Brief {m}
openly {adv} (in an open manner, visibly, not covertly) :: offen, öffentlich
open mic {n} (stage platform with open invitation) :: Offenes Mikro {n}
open-minded {adj} (willing to consider new ideas) :: aufgeschlossen
open-pit mine {n} (mine with an open pit or burrow) :: Tagebau {m}
open-plan {adj} (having large rooms) :: Großraum- (in compounds like Großraumbüro)
open relationship {n} (the relationship with possible additional relationships) :: offene Beziehung {f}
open sandwich {n} (slice of bread with toppings) :: belegte Brotschnitte {f}, belegte Scheibe Brot {f}, belegtes Brot {n}, Butterbrot {n}
open secret {n} (widely known fact not mentioned) :: offenes Geheimnis {n}
open sesame {phrase} (open up) :: Sesam, öffne dich
open set {n} (the set of all interior points) :: offene Menge {f}
open source {n} (practice) :: offene Quelle {f} or Quelloffenheit {f}
open source {n} (software) :: offene Quelle {f} or Quelloffenheit {f}
open source {v} (the practice of providing open source code for a product) :: quelloffen [for example: „quelloffene Hardware“ or „quelloffener Film“]
open source {v} (open-source software in general) :: quelloffen [for example: „quelloffene Software“ or „quelloffene Anwendung“]
open-source {adj} :: quelloffen
open syllable {n} (open syllable) :: offene Silbe {f}
open up {v} (to open) :: öffnen
opera {n} (theatrical work) :: Oper {f}
opera {n} (score) :: Oper {f}
opera {n} (building) :: Oper {f}, Opernhaus {n}
opera {n} (company) :: Oper {f}
opera glass {n} (opera glasses) SEE: opera glasses ::
opera glasses {n} (small binoculars) :: Opernglas {n}
opera house {n} (theatre for opera) :: Opernhaus {n}, Oper {f}
opera singer {n} (someone who sings opera professionally) :: Opernsänger {m}
operate {v} (medicine) :: operieren
operate {v} (to operate a machine) :: betreiben
operate {v} :: operieren
operating room {n} (room in a hospital used for performing surgical operations) :: Operationssaal {m}
operating system {n} (software which controls computer) :: Betriebssystem {n}
operating theatre {n} (room in a hospital used for performing surgery) :: Operationssaal {m}
operation {n} (method by which a device performs its function) :: Betrieb {m}
operation {n} (method or practice by which actions are done) :: Betrieb {m}
operation {n} (surgical procedure) :: Operation {f}
operation {n} (procedure for generating a value from one or more other values) :: Operation {f}, Verknüpfung {f}
operation {n} (military campaign) :: Aktion {f}, Operation {f}, Unternehmen {n}
operational {adj} (of or relating to operations, especially military operations) :: Einsatz-, Operations-
operational {adj} (functioning and ready for use) :: betriebsbereit, funktionsfähig, einsatzfähig
operator {n} (one who operates) :: Betreiber {m}
operator {n} (telecommunications operator) :: Telefonist {f}, Telefonistin {f}, Vermittlung {f}
operator {n} (mathematical operator) :: Operator {m}, Rechenzeichen {n}
operator {n} (Chinese whispers) SEE: Chinese whispers ::
operetta {n} (lighter version of opera) :: Operette {f}
Ophelia {prop} (female given name) :: Ophelia {f}
ophidiophobia {n} (ophiophobia) SEE: ophiophobia ::
ophiophobia {n} (fear of snakes) :: Schlangenfeindlichkeit {f}, Ophidiophobie {f}
Ophiotaurus {n} (mythical creature) :: Ophiotauros {m}
Ophiuchus {prop} (zodiacal constellation of the northern summer) :: Schlangenträger {m}
ophthalmologist {n} (eye specialist) :: Augenarzt {m}, Augenärztin {f}, Augenheilkundler {m}, Augenheilkundlerin {f}, Ophthalmologe {m}, Ophthalmologin {f}, Okulist {m} [obsolete], Okulistin {f} [obsolete]
ophthalmology {n} (eye medicine) :: Augenheilkunde {f}, Ophthalmologie {f}
opiate {n} (drug, hormone or other substance derived from or related to opium) :: Opiat {n}
opine {v} (to have or express an opinion) :: meinen
opinion {n} (thought a person has formed about a topic) :: Meinung {f}, Ansicht {f}, Anschauung {f}
opinion {n} (EU: A judicial opinion by an Advocate General delivered to the European Court of Justice) :: Schlussanträge {p}
opinion {v} (opine) SEE: opine ::
opinionate {v} (to have a given opinion) :: eigensinnig sein, rechthaberisch sein
opinionated {adj} (holding very strong opinions) :: dogmenbehaftet
opinionated {adj} (obstinately holding to one's opinion) :: besserwisserisch, rechthaberisch
opinion poll {n} (poll) :: Meinungsumfrage {f}, Meinungsforschung {f}, Meinungsbefragung {f}, Demoskopie {f}
opioid {n} (substance that has effects similar to opium) :: Opioid {n}
opioid {n} (natural substance) :: Opioid {n}
opioid {n} (synthetic compound) :: Opioid {n}
opium {n} (drug from opium poppy) :: Opium {n}
opium {n} (anything that numbs or stupefies) :: Opium {n}
opium poppy {n} (Papaver somniferum) :: Schlafmohn {m}
Opole {prop} (city in southern Poland) :: Opole, Oppeln
opopanax {n} (gum from the root of Opopanax chironium or what is equal) :: Opopanax {n}, Opopanaxgummi {n}, Opopanaxgummiharz {n}
opossum {n} (marsupial of the Didelphidae) :: Beutelratte {f}
opponent {n} (one who opposes another) :: Gegner {m}
opponent {n} :: Gegner {m} , Gegenspieler {m}
opportunism {n} (the taking of opportunities) :: Opportunismus {m}
opportunist {n} (someone who takes advantage of any opportunity) :: Opportunist {m}, Opportunistin {f}, Wendehals {m}
opportunistic {adj} (said of people who will take advantage of situations) :: opportunistisch
opportunity {n} (chance for advancement, progress or profit) :: Gelegenheit {f}
opportunity {n} (favorable circumstance or occasion) :: Gelegenheit {f}
opportunity cost {n} (cost of something in terms of an opportunity forgone) :: Opportunitätskosten {p}
oppose {v} (to attempt to stop the progression of; to resist or antagonize by physical means, or by arguments, etc.) :: ablehnen
oppose {v} (to object to) :: widersprechen
opposite {adj} (located directly across from) :: gegenüberliegend, andere
opposite {adj} (facing the other way) :: entgegengesetzt
opposite {adj} (of complementary or mutually exclusive things) :: andere
opposite {n} (contrary thing) :: Gegenteil {m}, Gegensatz {m}
opposite {n} (antonym) :: Gegenteil {n}
opposite {adv} (in an opposite position) :: gegenüber
opposite {prep} (across from) :: gegenüber
opposite number {n} :: Amtskollege {m}, Amtskollegin {f}
opposites attract {proverb} (proverb) :: Gegensätze ziehen sich an
opposite sex {n} (the other gender to which one is referring) :: anderes Geschlecht {n}
opposite side {n} (side seen as an adversary) :: Gegenpartei
opposition {n} (astronomy) :: Opposition {f}
opposition {n} (politics: party or movement opposesd to government) :: Opposition {f}
oppositionist {n} (a person who opposes; especially a member of an official opposition) :: Oppositioneller {m}, Oppositionelle {f}
oppress {v} (keep down by unjust force) :: unterdrücken
oppression {n} (act of oppressing, or the state of being oppressed) :: Unterdrückung {f}
oppression {n} (exercise of authority or power in a burdensome, cruel, or unjust manner) :: Unterdrückung {f}
oppressor {n} (someone who oppresses others) :: Unterdrücker {m}
oprichnina {n} (period of Russian history) :: Opritschnina {f}
op shop {n} (thrift shop) SEE: thrift shop ::
opt {v} (to choose) :: optieren, wählen, sich entscheiden
optative {n} (optative) :: Optativ
optic {adj} (of or relating to the eye or to vision) :: optisch
optic {adj} (of or relating to optics or optical instruments) :: optisch
optical {adj} (incorporating light-sensitive devices) :: optisch
optical {adj} (relating to sight) SEE: optic ::
optical {adj} (relating to optics) SEE: optic ::
optical character recognition {n} (electronic identification and digital encoding of characters) :: optische Zeichenerkennung {f}, Texterkennung {f}
optical fibre {n} (fibre used for transmitting light) :: Lichtwellenleiter {m}
optical illusion {n} (image that is visually deceptive or misleading) :: optische Täuschung {f}
optic chiasm {n} (part of the brain) :: Sehnervenkreuzung {f}, Sehnervkreuzung {f}, Chiasma opticum {n} [from Latin]
optician {n} (a person who makes or sells lenses, spectacles) :: Optiker {m}, Optikerin {f}
optic nerve {n} (nerve) :: Sehnerv {m}
optics {n} (physics of light and vision) :: Optik {f}
optimal {adj} (the best) :: optimal
optimate {n} (member of the patrician ruling class in republican Ancient Rome) :: Optimat {m}, Optimatin {f}
optimism {n} (a tendency to expect the best) :: Optimismus {m}, Zuversicht {f}
optimist {n} (a person who expects a favourable outcome) :: Optimist {m}, Optimistin {f}
optimist {n} (a believer in optimism) :: Optimist {m}, Optimistin {f}
optimistic {adj} (expecting a good outcome) :: optimistisch
optimization {n} (the design and operation of a system or process to make it as good as possible in some defined sense) :: Optimierung
optimize {v} (to make (something) optimal) :: optimieren
optimize {v} (to make (something) more efficient) :: optimieren
optimize {v} :: optimieren
optimum {n} (the best or most favorable condition) :: Optimum {n}
option {n} (one of the choices that can be made) :: Alternative {f}, Option {f}
option {n} (financial product) :: Option {f}
optional {adj} (not compulsory) :: freiwillig, optional, wahlfrei,, fakultativ, freigestellt, wahlweise
option button {n} (radio button) SEE: radio button ::
optode {n} (optical sensor device) :: Optode {f}
optoelectronics {n} (branch of physics) :: Optoelektronik {f}
optography {n} (the production of an optogram on the retina by the photochemical action of light on the visual purple; the fixation of an image in the eye) :: Optographie {f}
optoisolator {n} (device that transmits a signal optically) :: Optokoppler {m}
optometric {adj} (of or pertaining to optometry) :: optometrisch
optometrist {n} (person trained in examining and testing the eyes for defects) :: Optometrist {m}
optometry {n} (art and science of vision and eye care) :: Optometrie {f}, Augenheilkunde {f}
opt out {v} (To choose not to participate in something) :: ablehnen
opt-out {n} (the act of opting out of something) :: Ablehnung {f}, Ausstieg {m}
optronics {n} (optoelectronics) SEE: optoelectronics ::
opulence {n} (wealth) :: Reichtum {m}, Wohlstand {m}
opulent {adj} (luxuriant) :: opulent
or {conj} (conjunction) :: oder
or {n} (gold or yellow tincture) :: Gold
or {adj} (of yellow or gold tincture on a coat of arms) :: golden
orach {n} (saltbush) SEE: saltbush ::
oracle {n} (shrine to prophetic deity) :: Orakel {n}
oracle {n} (priest through whom deity provides prophecy or advice) :: Orakel {n}
oracle {n} (prophetic response) :: Orakel {n}, Orakelspruch {m}
oracle {n} (person who is a source of wisdom) :: Orakel {n}
oracle {n} :: Orakel {n}
oracle {v} (utter oracles or prophecies) :: orakeln
oracular {adj} (of or relating to an oracle) :: orakelhaft, orakelmäßig
oracular {adj} (prophetic, foretelling the future) :: orakelhaft, orakelmäßig
oral {adj} (relating to the mouth) :: oral
oral {adj} (spoken) :: mündlich
oral history {n} (oral tradition) SEE: oral tradition ::
oral hygiene {n} (keeping the mouth clean) :: Mundhygiene {f}, Zahnpflege {f}, Mundpflege {f}
orality {n} (being oral) :: Oralität {f}
oral lore {n} (oral tradition) SEE: oral tradition ::
orally {adv} (by mouth) :: oral
orally {adv} (spoken) :: mündlich
oral sex {n} (stimulation of the genitals using the mouth) :: Oralverkehr {m}, Oralsex {m}
oral test {n} (oral test at a regular class in primary or secondary school) :: Abfragen {n}
oral tradition {n} (cultural material transmitted orally from one generation to another) :: mündlich überlieferte Tradition {f}, mündliche Überlieferung {f}
orange {n} (tree) :: Apfelsinenbaum {m}, Orangenbaum {m}
orange {n} (fruit) :: Apfelsine {f}, Orange {f}
orange {n} (colour) :: Orange {f}
orange {adj} (having the colour of the fruit of an orange tree) :: orange
orangeade {n} (orange-flavored soft drink) :: Orangeade {f}, Orangenlimo {f}, Orangenlimonade {f}
orangeade {n} (soda water and orange juice) :: Orangenlimonade {f}
orangeat {n} (candied orange peel) :: Orangeat
orange blossom {n} (white flower of the orange tree) :: Orangenblüte {f}
Orange Free State {prop} (former province of South Africa) :: Oranjefreistaat {m}
orange juice {n} (juice of squeezed oranges) :: Orangensaft {m}, [colloquial] O-saft {m}
orange mint {n} (Mentha × piperita var. citrata) :: Orangenminze {f}
orange peel {n} (the skin of an orange) :: Orangenschale {f}, Apfelsinenschale {f}
orange roughy {n} (Hoplostethus atlanticus) :: atlantischer Sägebauch {m}
orangutan {n} (arboreal anthropoid ape) :: Orang-Utan {m}
orant {n} (image) :: Adorant {m}, Adorantin {f}
orator {n} (someone who orates or delivers an oration) :: Redner {m}, Rednerin {f}
oratorio {n} (a musical composition on a religious theme) :: Oratorium
oratory {n} (eloquence) SEE: eloquence ::
oratory {n} (private chapel) :: Oratorium {n}
oratory {n} (large Roman Catholic church) :: Oratorium {n}
oratory {n} (art of public speaking) :: Redekunst {f}, Rhetorik {f}
orature {n} (small room or chapel used for prayer and worship, or for private study) SEE: oratory ::
orb {n} (period of time marked off by the revolution of a heavenly body) SEE: year ::
orb {n} (circle) SEE: circle ::
orb {n} (orbit) SEE: orbit ::
orb {n} (spherical body) :: Kugel {f}, Gestirn {n}
orb {n} (monarch's ceremonial sphere) SEE: globus cruciger ::
ORB {n} :: ORB {m}
orbicular {adj} (circular or spherical in shape) :: orbikular, kugelförmig
orbit {n} (path of one object around another) :: Umlaufbahn {f}, Orbit {m}
orbit {v} (circle another object) :: umkreisen
orbit {v} (place an object into an orbit) :: in Umlaufbahn bringen
orbit {n} (eye socket) SEE: eye socket ::
orbital {adj} (Of or relating to an orbit) :: orbital
orbital {adj} (Of or relating to the eye socket (eyehole)) :: orbital
orbital {n} (energy and probability density) :: Orbital {n}
orbital cavity {n} (eye socket) SEE: eye socket ::
orbitational {adj} (orbital) SEE: orbital ::
orbitofrontal {adj} (located in the frontal lobes above the orbits of the eyes) :: orbitofrontal
orc {n} (evil monstrous humanoid creature) :: Ork {m}
orc {n} (Orcinus orca) SEE: orca ::
orca {n} (Orcinus orca) :: Schwertwal {m}, Mörderwal {m}, Killerwal {m}
orchard {n} (land for cultivation of fruit or nut trees) :: Obstgarten {m}, Obstwiese {f}
orchard {n} (the trees in an orchard) :: Obstbaum {m}
orcharder {n} (orchardist) SEE: orchardist ::
orchardist {n} (one who operates an orchard) :: Obstbauer {m}
orchestra {n} (large group of musicians who play together on various instruments) :: Orchester {n}
orchestra {n} (the area in a theatre or concert hall where the musicians sit) :: Orchestergraben {m}
orchestrate {v} (to compose or arrange orchestral music for a dramatic performance) :: orchestrieren
orchestrate {v} (to arrange or direct diverse elements to achieve a desired effect) :: orchestrieren
orchid {n} (plant) :: Orchidee {f}, Knabenkraut {n}
orchidology {n} (study of orchids) :: Orchideologie {f}, Orchidologie {f}
ordain {v} (to prearrange unalterably) :: festlegen
ordain {v} (admit into the ministry of a religion) :: weihen
ordeal {n} (a painful or trying experience) :: Tortur {f}
ordeal {n} (trial in which the accused was subjected to a dangerous test) :: Gottesurteil {n}, Feuerprobe {f}
order {n} (arrangement, disposition) :: Ordnung {f}, Reihenfolge {f}
order {n} (good arrangement) :: Ordnung {f}
order {n} (command) :: Order {f}, Befehl {m}, Geheiß {n}
order {n} (request for some product or service) :: Bestellung {f}, Order {f}
order {n} (religious group) :: Orden {m}
order {n} (society of knights) :: Orden {m}
order {n} (awarded decoration) :: Orden {m}
order {n} (biology: taxonomical classification) :: Ordnung {f}, Ordo {f}
order {n} (chemistry: a number of a chemical reaction) :: Ordnungszahl {f}
order {n} (highest exponent in a polynomial) :: Ordnung {f}, Grad {m}
order {v} (to set in (any) order) :: ordnen, anordnen
order {v} (to set in (a good) order) :: ordnen
order {v} (to issue a command) :: befehlen, anordnen
order {v} (to request some product or service) :: bestellen, ordern
ordered pair {n} (in set theory) :: geordnetes Paar {n}
orderly {adj} (neat; tidy; possessing order) :: ordentlich
orderly {adj} (methodical; systematic) :: ordentlich
orderly {adj} (peaceful; well-behaved) :: ordentlich
orderly {n} (hospital attendant given a variety of non-medical duties) :: Pflegehelfer {m}
orderly {n} (soldier who carries out minor tasks for a superior officer) :: Sanitätssoldat {m} [medical], Sanitätssoldatin {f} [medical]
order of battle {n} :: Schlachtordnung {f}
order of knighthood {n} (order) :: Ritterorden {m}
order of magnitude {n} (class of scale) :: Größenordnung {f}
order of precedence {n} :: Rangfolge {f}, Rangordnung {f}
ordinal direction {n} (intercardinal direction) SEE: intercardinal direction ::
ordinal number {n} (grammar: word used to denote relative position in a sequence) :: Ordnungszahl {f}, Ordnungszahlwort {n}; Ordinale {n}, Ordinalzahl {f}
ordinal numeral {n} (grammar: word used to represent a cardinal number) :: Ordnungszahlwort {n}, Ordinalzahlwort {n}
ordinance {n} (a local law or regulation) :: Verordnung {f}, Verfügung {f}
ordinance {n} (edict, decree, order) :: Verordnung {f}, Anordnung {f}, Verfügung {f}, Erlass {m}, Ediikt {n}, Dekret {n}
ordinance {n} (a religious practice or ritual prescribed by the church) :: Ritus {m}
ordinariate {n} (office of a Roman Catholic ordinary) :: Ordinariat
ordinary {adj} (normal, routine) :: gewöhnlich, normal
ordinary {n} (standard geometric design in heraldics) :: Heroldsbild {n}
ordinary differential equation {n} (equation) :: gewöhnliche Differentialgleichung {f}
ordinate {n} (y coordinate; second of two coordinates) :: Ordinate {f}
ordinate {n} (vertical axis) :: Hochachse {f}
ordnance {n} (military equipment) :: Militärmaterial {n}, Kampfmittel {p} {n}
ordnance {n} (artillery) :: Artillerie {f}
ordure {n} (dirt, filth) SEE: dirt ::
ore {n} (rock that contains materials that can be economically extracted and processed) :: Erz {n}
oregano {n} (plant) :: Oregano, Echter Dost
oregano {n} (leaves used to flavour food) :: Oregano
Oregon {prop} (northwestern state of the United States of America) :: Oregon {n}
Oregon grape {n} (Mahonia aquifolium) :: Mahonie {f}
or else {phrase} (as an alternative) :: sonst, anders, andernfalls
Ore Mountains {prop} (mountain range) :: Erzgebirge
Orenburg {prop} (city in Russia) :: Orenburg {n}
oreophilous {adj} (mountain-loving) :: oreophil
Oresund {prop} (strait) :: Öresund {m}
Oresund Bridge {prop} (bridge) :: Öresundbrücke {f}
organ {n} (part of an organism) :: Organ {n}
organ {n} (body of an organization) :: Organ {n}
organ {n} (musical instrument) :: Orgel {f}
organ {n} (official magazine, newsletter, or similar publication) :: Organ {n}
organ donor {n} (person from whom an organ is removed) :: Organspender {m}, Organspenderin {f}
organelle {n} (a membrane bound compartment found within cells) :: Organell {n}, Organelle {f}
organ gun {n} (firearm) :: Orgelgeschütz {n}
organic {adj} (pertaining to, or derived from living organisms) :: biologisch, organisch
organic {adj} (pertaining to an organ) :: organisch, Organ-
organic {adj} (chemistry: relating to the compounds of carbon) :: organisch
organic {adj} (of food and food products: grown without agrichemicals) :: aus (kontrolliert) biologischem Anbau, aus ökologischem Anbau, bio-, öko-, Bio-, Öko-
organic {n} (organic compound) SEE: organic compound ::
organically {adv} (inherently, naturally or constitutionally) :: natürlich
organically {adv} (with regard to organic husbandry) :: ökologisch, biologisch
organic chemistry {n} (chemistry of carbon containing compounds) :: organische Chemie {f}
organic compound {n} (carbon containing covalent compound) :: organische Verbindung {f}
organic farming {n} (approach to farming based on biological methods) :: ökologische Landwirtschaft {f}
organicism {n} (theory concerning the total organization of an organism) :: Organizismus {m}
organigram {n} (representation of a structure or organization) :: Organigramm {n}
organise {v} (organize) SEE: organize ::
organism {n} (living thing) :: Organismus {m}, Lebewesen {n}
organist {n} (musician who plays the organ) :: Organist {m}, Organistin {f}, Orgelspieler {m}, Orgelspielerin {f}
organization {n} (quality of being organized) :: Organisation {f}
organization {n} (the way in which something is organized) :: Ordnung {f}
organization {n} (group of people or other legal entities with an explicit purpose and written rules) :: Organisation {f}
organization {n} (group of people consciously cooperating) :: Organisation {f}
organize {v} (to arrange in working order) :: organisieren
organize {v} (to constitute in parts, each having a special function; to systematize) :: organisieren
organized crime {n} (criminal organizations seen as a whole) :: organisierte Kriminalität {f}
organizer {n} (person arranging public events) :: Veranstalter {m}, Organisator {m}
organizer {n} (hand-held micro-computer) :: Organizer {m}
organ of state {n} (primary division of state's sovereignty) :: Staatsgewalt {f}
organolithium {adj} (containing a carbon to lithium bond) :: lithiumorganisch
organolithium {n} (organic compound containing a carbon to lithium bond) :: Organolithium-Verbindung {f}
organometallic {adj} :: metallorganisch
organometallic chemistry {n} (chemistry of organometallic compouns) :: metallorganische Chemie {f}, Organometallchemie {f}
orgasm {n} (the peak of sexual pleasure) :: Orgasmus {m}
orgasm {n} (orgasm) SEE: climax ::
orgasmic {adj} (of or relating to orgasms) :: orgasmisch, orgastisch
OR gate {n} (a physical Boolean device) :: ODER-Gatter {n}
orgulous {adj} (proud, haughty) :: stolz
orgulous {adj} (swollen, augmented, excessive) :: ergänzt, übermäßige
orgulous {adj} (threatening, dangerous) :: bedrohlich, gefährlich
orgy {n} (sexual group activity) :: Orgie {f}
orgy {n} (excessive activity) :: Orgie {f}
oriel {n} (recess in a building, protruding on the outer wall) :: Erker {m}
orient {v} (to familiarize (oneself or someone) with a situation or circumstance) :: sich orientieren
Orient {prop} (countries of Asia) :: Orient {m} (Note that in German this primarily refers to the Middle East rather than East Asia)
Oriental {adj} (of or relating to the Orient or Asia, especially the Far East) :: orientalisch
Oriental {n} (person) :: Ostler {m}, Ostlerin {f}, Orientale {m}, Orientalin {f}
orientalist {n} (a person (especially a scholar) interested in the orient) :: Orientalist {m}, Orientalistin {f}
oriental pratincole {n} (Glareola maldivarum) :: Orientbrachschwalbe {f}
orientation {n} (ability to orient) :: Orientierungsvermögen {n}
orientation {n} :: Orientierung {f}
orienteering {n} (racing across unfamiliar countryside using a map and compass) :: Orientierungslauf {m}
orifice {n} (orifice (see anus etc. for specific body cavities)) SEE: hole ::
orifice {n} (mouth or aperture, as of a tube, pipe) :: Öffnung {f}
oriflamme {n} :: Oriflamme {f}
origami {n} (the Japanese art of paper folding) :: Origami {n}
origin {n} (beginning of something) :: Ursprung {m}, Anfang {m}, Entstehung {f}
origin {n} (source of a river, information, goods, etc.) :: Quelle {f}
origin {n} (point at which the axes of a coordinate system intersect) :: Ursprung {m}
origin {n} (ancestry) :: Herkunft {f}
origin {n} :: Ursprung {m}
original {adj} (relating to the origin or beginning) :: ursprünglich, ur-
original {adj} (first in a series) :: original
original {adj} (newly created) :: original
original {adj} (fresh, different) :: originell
original {adj} (pioneering) :: ursprünglich
original {adj} (having as its origin) :: ursprünglich
original {n} (object from which all later copies and variations are derived) :: Original {n}, [text] Urschrift {f}
original {n} :: Vorlage {f} , Original {n}
original {n} (archaism for an eccentric) SEE: eccentric ::
originality {n} (the quality of being original or novel) :: Originalität {f}
originality {n} (the capacity to think independently or be inventive) :: Originalität {f}
originality {n} (something original) :: Originalität {f}
original sin {n} (Adam's disobedience) :: Ursünde {f}
original sin {n} (state of sinfulness in each human) :: Erbsünde {f}
originate {v} (to give origin to, cause) :: entwickeln, erzeugen
originate {v} (to take first existence, have origin) :: entstehen, entspringen
originator {n} (someone who originates) :: Verursacher {m}, Urheber {m}
Orinoco {prop} (river) :: Orinoco {m}
oriole {n} (any of the various colourful passerine birds) :: Goldamsel, Pfingstvogel, Pirol
Orion {prop} (in mythology) :: Orion
Orion {prop} (constellation) :: Orion
Orion Nebula {prop} (A nebula below Orion's Belt) :: Orionnebel {m}
Orion's Belt {prop} (bright asterism) :: das Gürtel des Orion, Jakobsstab, Jakobsleiter
Oriya {prop} (language) :: Oriya {n}
Orkney Islands {prop} (group of islands) :: Orkney
ornament {n} (element of decoration) :: Verzierung {f}
ornament {n} (musical flourish) :: musikalische Verzierung {s}
ornamental {adj} (serving to ornament) :: Zier-, dekorativ
ornamental {n} (plant serving to ornament) :: Zierpflanze {f}
ornamentation {n} (the act or process of decorating) :: Ausschmückung {f}
ornery {adj} (cantankerous, stubborn) :: grantig
ornithine {n} (amino acid) :: Ornithin {n}
ornithologist {n} (expert in ornithology) :: Ornithologe {m}, Ornithologin {f}, [colloquial] Orni {m} {f}, Vogelkundler {m}, Vogelkundlerin {f}, Vogelwissenschaftler {m}, Vogelwissenschaftlerin {f}
ornithology {n} (scientific study of birds) :: Ornithologie {f}, Vogelkunde {f}
ornithopter {n} (aircraft that flaps its wings) :: Ornithopter {m}, Schlagflügelflugzeug {n}, Schlagflügelapparat {m}
ornithosis {n} (infection) :: Ornithose {f}
orogenic {adj} (Concerned with orogeny) :: gebirgsbildend
orographic {adj} (Of or pertaining to the physical features of mountains, or to orography) :: orographisch
orography {n} (the scientific study, or a physical description of mountains) :: Orographie {f}
Orontes {prop} (river in Western Asia) :: Orontes {m}
Orontian {adj} (of or pertaining to the Orontes) :: orontisch
orotund {adj} (with fullness, clarity, strength, and smoothness of sound) :: volltönig, sonor
orotund {adj} (pompous; bombastic) :: geschwollen, bombastisch, pompös
orphan {n} (person whose (parent or) parents have died) :: [♂♀] Waise {f}, [both parents dead, ♂♀] Vollwaise {f}, [one parent dead, ♂♀] Halbwaise {f}, [♂♀] Waisenkind {n}, Waisenknabe {m}, Waisenjunge {m}, [♀] Waisenmädchen {n}, Elternloser {m}, Elternlose {f}
orphan {n} (single line of type at the bottom of page) :: Schusterjunge {m}
orphanage {n} (a residential institution for the care and protection of orphans) :: Waisenhaus {n}, Kinderheim {n}
orphanarium {n} (orphanage) SEE: orphanage ::
orphan drug {n} :: Orphan-Arzneimittel {n}
orphanhood {n} (orphanhood) :: Verwaistheit {f}
Orphean {adj} :: orpheisch
Orpheus {prop} (the musician who searched for Eurydice) :: Orpheus {m}
Orphism {prop} (religious movement) :: Orphik {f}, Orphismus {m}, Orphizismus {m}
Orphism {prop} (art movement) :: Orphischer Kubismus {m}, Orphismus {m}
orphrey {n} (embroidered ornamental band or border on an ecclesiastical vestment, etc.) :: Aurifrisium {n}, Auriphrygium {n}
orpiment {n} (arsenic trisulphide) :: Auripigment {n}, Opperment {n}, gelbes Schwefelarsenik {n}, gelbe Arsenblende {f}, Rauschgelb {n}
orrery {n} (clockwork model) :: Planetenmaschine {f}, Orrery {n}
or so {phrase} (roughly, appoximately) :: oder so
or something {phrase} (or something like that) :: oder so
orthoclase {n} (potassium aluminum silicate) :: Orthoklas {m}
orthodontics {n} (correcting misalignment of teeth) :: Kieferorthopädie {f}
orthodontist {n} (orthodontic dentist) :: Kieferorthopäde {m}, Kieferorthopädin {f}
orthodox {adj} (conforming to accepted, established, or traditional doctrines of a given faith, religion, or ideology) :: orthodox
orthodox {adj} (adhering to whatever is customary, traditional, or generally accepted) :: orthodox
Orthodox {adj} (of the Orthodox Churches) :: orthodox
Orthodox Church {n} (the Eastern body of Christendom) :: orthodoxe Kirche {f}, Orthodoxe Kirche {f}
Orthodox Jew {n} (adherent) :: orthodoxer Jude
orthodoxy {n} (correctness in doctrine and belief) :: Orthodoxie {f}, [high] Hochorthodoxie {f}, [neo-] Neuorthodoxie {f}, [enlightened] vernünftige Orthodoxie {f}, Rechtgläubigkeit {f}, Strenggläubigkeit {f}, Schriftgläubigkeit {f}
orthodoxy {n} (the beliefs and practices of the Eastern Orthodox Church) SEE: Orthodoxy ::
Orthodoxy {prop} (the Eastern Orthodox Church and its foundations) :: Orthodoxie {f}, Rechtgläubigkeit {f}
orthoepy {n} (study of pronunciation) :: Orthoepie {f}, Rechtlautung {f}
orthoepy {n} (customary pronunciation) :: Orthoepie {f}
orthogonal {adj} (of right angles) :: rechtwinklig
orthogonal {adj} (mathematical term) :: senkrecht, orthogonal
orthogonality {n} (the property of being orthogonal) :: orthogonalität {f}
orthographic {adj} (projection of maps) :: orthographisch
orthographic {adj} (relating to orthography) :: orthographisch
orthography {n} (study of correct spelling) :: Orthografie {f}, Rechtschreibung {f}
orthography {n} (aspect of language study) :: Rechtschreibkunde {f}
orthohelium {n} (form of helium) :: Orthohelium {n}
orthonitrate {n} (anion or salt containing it) :: Orthonitrat {n}
orthonitric acid {n} (acid) :: Orthosalpetersäure {f}
orthopedia {n} (orthopedics) SEE: orthopedics ::
orthopedics {n} (medicine: a branch of medicine) :: Orthopädie {f}
orthopedist {n} (orthopedic surgeon) :: Orthopäde {m}, Orthopädin {f}
orthophoto {n} (geometrically corrected aerial photograph) :: Orthofoto {n}
orthopyroxene {n} (a pyroxene with orthorhombic crystals) :: Orthopyroxen {m}
orthorexia {n} (obsession with healthy food) :: Orthorexie {f}
orthorhombic {adj} (having three unequal axes at right angles) :: orthorhombisch
ortolan {n} (a small bird eaten as a delicacy) :: Ortolan {m}
Orwell {prop} (surname) :: Orwell
Orwellianism {n} (Orwellian systems or methods generally) :: Orwellismus {m}
or words to that effect {phrase} (used to indicate a paraphrase) :: sinngemäß gesagt
Oryol {prop} (a city in Russia) :: Orjol {n}
oryx {n} (antelope) :: Säbelantilope {f}
os {n} (medical term for bone) :: Os
Osaka {prop} (city in Honshū, Japan) :: Osaka {n}
Oscan {adj} (Of or pertaining to the Oscan language or Oscan people, or their writing system) :: oskisch
Oscan {n} (Person) :: Osker {m}, Oskerin {f}
Oscan {prop} (Language) :: Oskisch {n}
Oscar {prop} (male given name) :: Oskar {m}, Oscar {m}
Oscar {prop} (the letter "O") :: Otto
oscillate {v} (to swing back and forth, especially if with a regular rhythm) :: schwingen, pendeln, oszilieren, vibrieren, zittern, changieren
oscillation {n} (the act of oscillating) :: Schwingung {f}, Oszillation {f}
oscillator {n} (an electronic circuit used to generate a continuous output waveform) :: Oszillator {m}
oscillatory {adj} (oscillating) :: schwingend, periodisch, oszillierend, oszillatorisch
oscillogram {n} (record produced by oscillograph) :: Oszillogramm {n}
oscillograph {n} (oscilloscope) SEE: oscilloscope ::
oscilloscope {n} (electronic measuring instrument) :: Oszilloskop {n}
osculating circle {n} (notion in mathematics) :: Schmiegkreis {f}, Krümmungskreis {f}
osculum {n} (main opening in a sponge) :: Osculum {n}
O-shaped {adj} (shaped like the 15th letter of the alphabet) :: O-förmig
osier {n} (plant) :: Korb-Weide {f}
-osis {suffix} (suffix for functional disorders) :: -ose
Oslo {prop} (the capital and a county municipality of Norway) :: Oslo {n}
osmium {n} (chemical element) :: Osmium {n}
osmoregulation {n} (homeostatic regulation of osmotic pressure) :: Osmoregulation {f}
osmosis {n} (movement of molecules) :: Osmose {f}
osmotic pressure {n} (hydrostatic pressure) :: osmotischer Druck, {m}
Osmussaar {prop} (Island in northwest Estonia) :: Osmussaar, Odinsholm
Osnabrück {prop} (city in Lower Saxony) :: Osnabrück {n}, Osnabrick {n} [Volhynian German]
osprey {n} (bird of prey) :: Fischadler {m}
Osroene {prop} (ancient kingdom) :: Osrhoene
osseous {adj} (relating to bone) :: knöchern, Knochen-
Ossetia {prop} (region in the Caucasus) :: Ossetien {n}
Ossetian {adj} (pertaining to Ossetia) :: ossetisch
Ossetian {prop} (language) :: Ossetisch {n}
ossicle {n} (small bone in the ear; auditory ossicle) :: Gehörknöchelchen {n}
ossification {n} (process by which bone is formed) :: Ossifikation {f}, Verknöcherung {f}
ossified {adj} (of ideas or attitudes, inflexible, old-fashioned) :: verknöchert
osso buco {n} (Italian meat dish) :: Ossobuco {m} {n}
ossuary {n} (a place where the dead are buried) :: Beinhaus {n}, Ossarium {n}, Karner {m}
o-stem {n} (Translations) :: o-Stamm {m}
Ostend {prop} (largest coastal city of Belgium) :: Ostende
ostensible {adj} (meant for open display; apparent) :: anscheinend, augenscheinlich, offenbar
ostensible {adj} (appearing as such; professed, supposed) :: scheinbar, vordergründig, vorgeblich, angeblich
ostensible {adj} :: scheinbar, angeblich, vordergründig, vorgeblich, augenscheinlich
ostensibly {adv} (ostensibly) :: vorgeblich, offenbar, offensichtlich, anscheinend
ostentation {n} (display of excessive show in an attempt to impress others) :: Zurschaustellung {f}, Schaustellung {f}, Pomp {m}, Prahlerei {f}
ostentation {n} (show or spectacle) :: Schau {f}, Spektakel {n}
ostentatious {adj} (of ostentation) :: protzig
ostentatious {adj} (intended to attract notice) :: aufmerksamkeitheischend
osteo- {prefix} (bone) :: osteo-
osteochondrosis {n} (family of orthopedic diseases) :: Osteochondrosis {m}
osteogenesis {n} (the formation and development of bone) :: Osteogenese {f}, Knochenbildung {f}
osteogenesis imperfecta {n} (disease characterized by bones that easily fracture) :: Osteogenesis imperfecta {f}, Glasknochenkrankheit {f}
osteologist {n} (specialist in osteology) :: Osteologe {m}, Osteologin {f}
osteology {n} (study of bones) :: Osteologie {f}
osteopenia {n} (the medical condition of having low bone density, but not low enough to be considered osteoporosis) :: Osteopenie
osteoporosis {n} (bone disease) :: Osteoporose {f}
Osterlandish {adj} :: osterländisch
ostinato {n} (music: figure that is repeated over and over) :: Ostinato {m} {n}
ostmark {n} (currency) :: Ostmark {f}
ostracism {n} (in ancient Greece, the temporary banishment by popular vote) :: Scherbengericht {n}
ostracism {n} (banishment, exclusion from community) :: Ächtung {f}
ostracize {v} (to exclude a person from a community or from society by not communicating with them or by refusing to acknowledge their presence) :: ächten, ausgrenzen, ausschließen, bannen, verfemen, verbannen
Ostrava {prop} (city in the Czech Republic) :: Ostrau {n}, Ostrava {n}
ostrich {n} (large flightless bird) :: Strauß {m}, Vogelstrauß {m}
ostrich politics {n} (evasive style of politics) :: Vogel-Strauß-Politik {f}
Ostrogoth {n} (member of a tribe of Eastern Goths) :: Ostgote {m}
Ostrogothic {adj} (of or pertaining to the Visigoths) :: ostgotisch
otaku {n} (one with an obsessive interest in something such as anime or manga) :: Otaku {m}
otalgia {n} (earache) SEE: earache ::
other {adj} (not the one previously referred to) :: andere, sonstig
other {adj} (contrary to) :: anders
other {n} (an other one) :: andere
other {determiner} (not the one referred to) :: andere
other {adv} (apart from) :: abgesehen von, außer
otherness {n} :: Anderssein {n}, Andersartigkeit {f}
other side {n} (afterlife) SEE: afterlife ::
other than {prep} (except; besides) :: abgesehen
otherwise {adv} (differently, in another way) :: anders
otherwise {adv} (under different circumstances) :: ansonsten, sonst, andernfalls
otherwise {adv} (in all other respects) :: ansonsten, sonst
otherwise {adv} (or else) SEE: or else ::
otherworld {n} :: Anderswelt {f}, Anderwelt {f}, Andere Welt {f}, Anderes Land {n}
-otic {suffix} :: -otisch
otiose {adj} (resulting in no effect) :: fruchtlos, vergeblich, nichtig
otiose {adj} (reluctant to work) :: müßig
otiose {adj} (having no reason or purpose) :: zwecklos
otiose {adj} :: zwecklos, müßig
otitis {n} (inflammation of the ear) :: Mittelohrentzündung {f}, Otitis {f}
otolaryngologist {n} (otorhinolaryngologist) SEE: otorhinolaryngologist ::
otolaryngology {n} (medical study of the ear, nose and throat) :: Hals-Nasen-Ohren-Heilkunde {f}, HNO-Heilkunde {f}
otolith {n} (small particle in the inner ear) :: Otolith {m}
otology {n} (the branch of medicine that deals with the ear) :: Otologie {f}, Ohrenheilkunde {f}
otorhinolaryngologist {n} (medical doctor of ear, nose and throat) :: HNO-Arzt {m}, HNO-Ärztin {f}, Otorhinolaryngologe {m}
otorhinolaryngology {n} (otolaryngology) SEE: otolaryngology ::
otoscope {n} (medical instrument) :: Otoskop {n}
ottava rima {n} (arrangement of stanzas of eight lines rhyming ab ab ab cc) :: Oktave {f}, Stanze {f}
Ottawa {prop} (Native American people) :: Odawa
Ottawa {prop} (capital of Canada) :: Ottawa
Ottawa {n} (a member of the Ottawa people) :: Odawa
otter {n} (mammal) :: Otter {m}
otter civet {n} (Cynogale bennettii) :: Otterzivette {f}
Otterhound {n} (dog of a particular breed of scent hound) :: Otterhund
Otto {prop} (male given name) :: Otto
ottoman {n} (sofa, see also: sofa) :: Ottomane {m}, Canapé {n}, Couch {f}
ottoman {n} (low stool) :: Polsterhocker {m}, Sitzkissen {n}
Ottoman {n} (Turk from the period of Ottoman Empire) :: Osmane {m}, Osmanin {f}
Ottoman {adj} (of the Islamic empire of Turkey) :: osmanisch, ottomanisch
Ottoman Empire {prop} (Turkish empire) :: Osmanisches Reich {n}, Ottomanisches Reich {n}
Ottonian {adj} (Pertaining to a dynasty of Germanic kings including Otto the Great) :: ottonisch
Ouagadougou {prop} (capital of Burkina Faso) :: Ouagadougou
ouch {interj} (expression of one's own physical pain) :: au, aua, autsch
oud {n} (Arabic plucked string instrument) :: Ud {f}, Oud {f}
ought {v} (indicating duty or obligation) :: sollen
ought {v} (indicating advisability or prudence) :: sollen
ought {v} (indicating desirability) :: sollen
ought {v} (indicating likelihood or probability) :: sollen
Ouija {n} (a board with letters of the alphabet and "yes" and "no") :: Ouija, Hexenbrett, Alphabettafel, Seelenschreiber
Oulu {prop} (city in Finland) :: Oulu
ounce {n} (28.3495 g) :: Unze {f}
our {determiner} (belonging to us) :: unser, unsere [accusative feminine singular; accusative all plurals]
Our Lady {prop} (Virgin Mary) :: Unsere Liebe Frau {f}
Our Lady of Sorrows {prop} (the Virgin Mary in reference to her sorrows) :: Schmerzensmutter {f}, Mater dolorosa {f}
ouroboros {n} (a serpent, dragon or worm who eats its own tail) :: Ouroboros {m}
ours {pron} (that which belongs to us) :: unserer {m}, unsere {f} {p}, unseres {n}
ourself {pron} (reflexive of editorial or royal we) :: uns [editorial], Uns [royal]
ourselves {pron} :: wir selbst
-ous {suffix} (suffix to form adjectives) :: -haft, -ös
oust {v} (to expel; to remove) :: verdrängen, vertreiben
ouster {n} (forceful removal from power) :: Vertreibung {f}, Amtsenthebung {f}
out {adv} (away from the inside or the centre) :: heraus [motion toward the speaker], hinaus [motion away from the speaker], draußen
out {adv} (away from one's usual place or not indoors) :: heraus [motion toward the speaker], hinaus [motion away from the speaker], draußen
out {prep} (away from the inside) :: aus
out {prep} :: usually expressed by the prefix aus-
out {v} (to reveal to be gay, bisexual, or transgender) :: outen
outage {n} (suspension of operation) :: Ausfall {m}, Stromausfall {m}
out-and-out {adj} (complete) :: durch und durch
outback {n} (The most remote and desolate areas of Australia) :: Outback {n}
outbid {v} (To bid more than somebody else) :: überbieten
outboard {n} (outboard motor) SEE: outboard motor ::
outboard motor {n} (engine fitted over the transom of a boat) :: Außenbordmotor {m}, Außenborder {m}
outbreak {n} :: Ausbruch
outbuilding {n} (separate building associated with a main building) :: Nebengebäude {n}
outcast {n} (one that has been excluded from a society or system, a pariah) :: Außenseiter {m}, Außenseiterin {f}, Ausgestoßener {m}, Ausgestoßene {f}, Ausgestossener {m} [Switzerland, Liechtenstein], Ausgestossene {f} [Switzerland, Liechtenstein]
outclass {v} (To surpass something) :: deklassieren
outcome {n} (result) :: Ergebnis {n}, Ausgang {m}
outcrop {n} (coming out of bedrock or of an unconsolidated deposit to the surface of the ground) :: Aufschluss {m}
outcrop {n} (part of a rock formation that appears at the surface) :: Aufschluss {m}
outcry {n} :: Schrei {m}
outcry {n} (strong protest) :: Aufschrei {m}, Sturm der Entrüstung {m}
outdate {v} :: veralten, unzeitgemäß werden, als überaltert gelten, unmodern werden
outdated {adj} (out of date, old-fashioned, antiquated) :: veraltet, überholt
outdo {v} (to go beyond) :: übertreffen
outdoor {adj} (situated in the open air) :: Außen-, außerhalb des Hauses, im Freien
outdoors {adv} (in the open air) :: im Freien, draußen, an der frischen Luft
outdoorsy {adj} (associated with the outdoors, or suited to outdoor life) :: naturverbunden, naturorientiert, Natur-, Frischluft-
outdoorsy {adj} (fond of the outdoors) :: naturverbunden, naturliebend, frischluftliebend
outer {adj} (outside) :: äußer
outer class {n} (programming: class that contains an inner class) :: äußere Klasse {f}
outer ear {n} (portion of ear) :: Außenohr {n}
Outer Mongolia {prop} (East Asian region) :: Außere Mongolei {f}
outermost {adj} (farthest outside) :: äußerst
outer planet {n} (planet of the Solar System with an orbit beyond the asteroid belt) :: äußere Planet {m}
outer space {n} (region) :: Weltraum {m}, All {n}, Weltall {n}
outfit {n} (set of clothing) :: Outfit {n}
outflow {n} (Process of flowing out) :: Abfluss {m}
outfox {v} (outsmart) SEE: outsmart ::
outgas {v} (to release gas) :: ausgasen
outgassing {n} (slow release of gas) :: Ausgasen {n}
outgoing {adj} :: kontaktfreudig, aufgeschlossen, gesellig, leutselig
outgrow {v} :: aus (etwas) herauswachsen
outguess {v} (outsmart) SEE: outsmart ::
outgunned {adj} (having insufficient weapons) :: waffentechnisch unterlegen
outhouse {n} (outdoor toilet, see also: shithouse; latrine; toilet) :: Plumpsklo {n}, Außenklo {n} [colloquial]; Außentoilette {f}
outhouse {n} :: Abort {m}, Klo {n}
outhouse {n} (outbuilding) SEE: outbuilding ::
outing {n} (excursion) :: Ausflug {m}, Exkursion {f}
outing {n} (appearance in public) :: Auftritt {m}
outing {n} (public revelation of homosexuality) :: Outing {n}
outlast {v} (to live longer than) :: überdauern, überleben
outlaw {n} (a fugitive from the law) :: Verfemter {m} [rare], Outlaw {m}, Gesetzloser {m}
outlaw {n} (person without legal rights) :: Ächtung
outlaw {v} (to declare illegal) :: ächten
outlawed {adj} :: [1] rechtlos, [2] vogelfrei, geächtet
outlet {n} (vent) :: Ausgang {m}, Auslass {m}
outlet {n} (shop) :: Direktverkauf {m}, Werksverkauf {m}, Direktvermarkter {m}
outlet {n} (wall socket) SEE: wall socket ::
outlier {n} (a person or thing situated away from the main body or outside its proper place) :: Ausreißer {m}, Sonderfall {m}
outlier {n} (value outside pattern in a statistical sample) :: Ausreißer {m}
outline {n} (line marking the boundary of an object figure) :: Umriss {m}, Kontur
outline {n} (outer shape of an object or figure) :: Umriss {m}
outline {n} (general description of some subject) :: Beschreibung {f}
outline {n} (statement summarizing the important points of a text) :: Zusammenfassung {f}
outline {v} (to summarize something) :: zusammenfassen
outliner {n} :: Gliederungseditor {m}
outlive {v} (to live longer than) :: überleben
outlook {n} (place from which something can be viewed) :: Aussichtspunkt {m}
outlook {n} (view from such a place) :: Aussicht {f}, Ausblick {m}
outlook {n} (attitude, point of view) :: Einstellung, Ansichten {f} (only plural)
outlook {n} (expectation for the future) :: Aussicht {m}, Ausblick {m}
outmaneuver {v} (to perform movements more adroitly or successfully) :: ausmanövrieren
outmoded {adj} (unfashionable) :: altmodisch
out of {prep} (from the inside to the outside of) :: aus
out of {prep} (not part of) :: außerhalb, außerhalb von
out of {prep} (with the motivation of) :: aus
out of {prep} (expressing a fraction or a ratio) :: von
out of breath {prep} (breathing with difficulty) :: außer Atem
out of character {prep} (inconsistent with personality etc.) :: aus der Rolle
out of date {prep} (too old to be used) :: veraltet
out of date {prep} (not conforming to current fashion) :: unmodish
out of hand {adj} (not under control, out of control) :: außer Kontrolle [verb: geraten], überhand [now only used in überhandnehmen], aus dem Ruder [now only used in aus dem Ruder laufen], ausufern [for: “get out of hand”]
out of it {prep} (drunk) SEE: drunk ::
out of it {prep} (disoriented) SEE: disoriented ::
out of line {prep} (inappropriate) :: abweichend
out of nowhere {prep} (unexpectedly or unexplicably) :: aus heiterem Himmel
out of one's league {prep} (in a situation in which one is mismatched with one or more others) :: eine Nummer zu groß für jemanden
out of order {prep} (not functioning properly) :: außer Betrieb, kaputt
out of sight, out of mind {proverb} (something not nearby is forgotten) :: aus den Augen, aus dem Sinn
out of the blue {prep} (unexpectedly) :: aus heiterem Himmel (from clear sky)
out of the box {prep} ((idiom) immediately, without intervention from the customer) :: [direkt] einsatzfähig, gebrauchsfertig, von der Stange
out of the box {prep} :: [1] jenseits alter Denkmuster
out of the frying pan, into the fire {prep} (get from an already bad situation to a worse one) :: vom Regen in die Traufe; aus dem Regen in die Traufe [from the rain into the water running down the roof]
out of the question {adj} (not remotely possible) :: außer Frage
out of town {prep} (out of one's town of residence) :: verreist
out of tune {prep} (not in correct musical pitch) :: verstimmt
out of work {prep} (unemployed) SEE: unemployed ::
outpatient {n} (patient) :: ambulanter Patient {m}
outpatient {adj} (provided without requiring an overnight stay by the patient) :: ambulant
outpost {n} (A military post) :: Vorposten {m}
outpost {n} (An outlying settlement) :: Außenposten {m}
output {n} (data sent out of the computer) :: Ausgabe {f}
output {v} (produce or create) :: ausgeben
output {v} (send data to out of a computer) :: ausgeben
outré {adj} (very unconventional) :: extravagant, exzentrisch
outrage {n} (atrocity) :: Untat {f}, Gräueltat {f}
outrage {n} (offensive, immoral or indecent act) :: Beleidigung {f}, Frevel {m}, Schandtat {f}, Schande {f}
outrage {n} (anger) :: Wut {f}, Rage {f}
outrage {n} :: Verbrechen {n}
outrageous {adj} (shocking) :: ungeheuerlich, haarsträubend, schockierend, verstörend, empörend
outreach {n} (act) :: Handreichung {f}
outreach {n} (extent) :: Reichweite {f}
outreach {n} (practice) :: Öffentlichkeitsarbeit {f}, Streetwork {n}
outreach {v} (to reach further than) :: größere Kreise erreichen
outreach {v} (to surpass or exceed) :: übertrumpfen
outreach {v} (to provide charitable or religious services) :: streetworken, missionieren
outreach {v} (to go too far) SEE: go too far ::
outrigger {n} ((nautical) beam that provides support for a mast) :: Ausleger {m}
outrigger {n} ((nautical) an outrigger canoe) :: Auslegerboot {n}
outrigger {n} ((nautical) bracket for an oarlock) :: Ausleger {m}
outrigger canoe {n} (a seagoing canoe) :: Auslegerboot {n}
outright {adv} (wholly) :: gänzlich, ganz und gar, vollständig, komplett, total, rundweg
outright {adv} (openly) :: geradeheraus, ohne Umschweife, klar, freiheraus
outright {adv} (at once) :: gleich, sofort, auf der Stelle
outright {adv} (with no outstanding conditions) :: ganz, als Ganzes
outright {adv} (blatantly; inexcusably) :: völlig, schreiend
outright {adj} (unqualified and unreserved) :: klar, eindeutig, uneingeschränkt
outright {adj} (total or complete) :: völlig, komplett, glatt, blank
outright {adj} (having no outstanding conditions) :: uneingeschränkt, vorbehaltlos, bedingungslos
outrun {v} (run faster) :: überholen
outset {n} (initial stage of something) :: Anfang {m}, Beginn {m}
outside {n} (outer surface) :: Außenseite {f}
outside {adv} (in or to the outside) :: außerhalb, draußen
outside {adv} (outdoors) :: draußen
outside {prep} (on the outside of) :: außerhalb
outsider {n} (someone excluded) :: Außenseiter {m}, Aussenseiter {m} [alternative spelling], Außenseiterin
outsider {n} (a newcomer) :: Neuling {m}, Anfänger {m}
outsider {n} (a long shot) :: Außenseiter {m}, Außenseiterin {f}
outside the box {prep} (beyond convention) :: um die Ecke denken (to think around the corner) [to think outside the box], quer denken [to think outside the box]
outside world {n} (rest of the world outside of some closed environment) :: Außenwelt {f}
outskirt {n} (periphery) :: Außenbezirk {m}, Stadtrand {m}, Außenbereich {m}, Vorort {m}, Randbezirk {m}, Randgebiet {n}, Randbereich {m}
outskirts {n} (the edges or areas around a city or town) :: Stadtrand {m}
outsmart {v} (beat in a competition of wits) :: überlisten
outsource {v} (transfer of business to a third party) :: auslagern
outsourcing {n} (transfer business) :: Outsourcing {n}, Auslagerung {f}
outspoken {adj} (speaking, or spoken, freely, openly, or boldly; vocal) :: unverblümt
outstanding {adj} (standing out from others) :: herausragend, hervorstechend, hervorragend
outstanding {adj} (distinguished from others by its superiority) :: hervorragend, ausgezeichnet
outstanding {adj} (projecting outwards) :: überstehend, hervorstehend
outstanding {adj} (not settled or finished) :: ausstehend
outstanding {adj} (owed as a debt) :: ausstehend
outstrip {v} (to outrun or leave behind) :: überrunden , überholen, überflügeln
outstrip {v} (to exceed, excel or surpass) :: übertreffen
outtake {n} (portion of a recording not included in the final version) :: Outtake {m}, Nichtkopierer {m}
outward {adj} (outer; located towards the outside) :: äußere
outward {adv} (toward the outside; away from the centre) :: nach außen
outwardly {adv} (externally or on the outside) :: äußerlich
outweigh {v} (to exceed in weight or mass) :: überwiegen
outweigh {v} :: überwiegen, übertreffen, übersteigen
outwit {v} (outsmart) SEE: outsmart ::
outwith {prep} (outside; beyond; outside of) :: außerhalb
ouvrierism {n} ((communism) the glorification of manual laborers) :: Ouvrierismus {n}
ouzel {n} (Cinclus mexicanus) :: Wasseramsel {f}
ouzel {n} (Turdus merula) SEE: Eurasian blackbird ::
ouzo {n} (drink) :: Ouzo {m}
ouzo {n} (glass of ouzo) :: Ouzo {m}
oval {n} (shape like an egg or ellipse) :: Oval {n}
oval {adj} (oval-shaped) :: oval
Oval Office {prop} (office of the President of the United States) :: Oval Office {n}
ovarian {adj} (Relating to the ovaries) :: Eierstock-
ovarian follicle {n} (cellular aggregation) :: Ovarialfollikel {m}, Eibläschen {n}
ovary {n} (female organ) :: Eierstock {m}, Ovar {n}, [rare] Ovarium {n}
ovary {n} (botanical organ) :: Fruchtknoten {m}, Ovar {n}, [rare] Ovarium {n}
ovate {adj} (shaped like an egg) SEE: egg-shaped ::
ovation {n} (prolonged enthusiastic applause) :: Ovation {f}, Beifallssturm {m}, tosender Beifall {m}
oven {n} (chamber used for baking or heating) :: Ofen {m}
ovenbird {n} (Seiurus auricapilla) :: Pieperwaldsänger {m}
oven glove {n} (glove designed to carry hot oven trays) :: Ofenhandschuh {m}, Topfhandschuh {m}
oven mitt {n} (oven glove) SEE: oven glove ::
ovenproof {adj} (able to be used in an oven) :: ofenfest
over {adj} (ended) :: vorbei
over {prep} (physical positioning: on top of; above) :: über
over {prep} :: über
over {interj} (end of sentence in radio communication) :: Schluss, kommen
over- {prefix} (above or higher) :: über-
overact {v} (act in an exaggerated manner) :: übertrieben spielen, übertreiben
overactive {adj} (excessively active) :: überaktiv
over again {adv} (afresh; anew) :: von Neuem; von vorn; vom Anfang
overage {n} (surplus of inventory) :: Überschuss {m}
overage {n} (state of being more than one ought to be) :: Überschuss {m}
overall {adj} (all-encompassing) :: Gesamt-
overall {adv} (generally) :: insgesamt
overall {n} (protective garment worn over clothing) :: Overall {m}, Latzhose {f}
overalls {n} (loose fitting garment worn over regular clothes to protect them) :: Overall {m}
overalls {n} (loose fitting pair of pants with a bib) :: Latzhose {f}
over and above {adv} (supplementary) :: zusätzlich
over and over {adv} (repeatedly) :: immer wieder
overbearing {adj} (overly bossy or domineering) :: anmaßend, herrisch, überheblich
overbite {n} (malocclusion in which the upper teeth extend over the lower ones) :: Überbiss {m}
overboard {adv} (over the edge, off a boat) :: über Bord
overcast {adj} (covered with clouds; overshadowed; darkened) :: bedeckt, bewölkt
overcast {adj} (meteorological term) :: bewölkt
overcoat {n} (garment) :: Mantel
overcome {v} (surmount, get the better of) :: überwinden
overconfident {adj} (too confident) :: stolz, überheblich, vermessen, anmaßend
overconfident {adj} (presumptuous, cocksure, rude, disrespectful) :: anmaßend, überheblich, vermessen, dreist, unbescheiden, arrogant, unhöflich, respektlos, verächtlich, unverschämt
overdo {v} (to do too much of something) :: übertreiben
overdo {v} (to cook too much) :: zu lange kochen
overdose {n} (excessive and dangerous dose of a drug) :: Überdosis {f}
overdose {v} (to dose excessively) :: überdosieren
overdue {adj} (Late; especially, past a deadline or too late to fulfill a need) :: überfällig, ausstehend
overeat {v} (eat too much) :: sich überessen
overestimate {v} (to judge too highly) :: überschätzen
overestimated {v} (overrated) SEE: overrated ::
overexert {v} (exert oneself to an excessive degree) :: sich überanstrengen
overexertion {n} (the action of excessively exerting) :: Überforderung {f}, Überanstrengung {f}
overexploitation {n} (excessive and damaging exploitation) :: Raubbau {m}
overexposed {adj} (exposed too much) :: überbelichtet
overfeed {v} (too feed too much to) :: überernähren; [baby, animal, etc.] überfüttern
overfit {v} (statistics: to use a statistical model that has too many parameters) :: überanpassen
overflow {v} (to fill beyond the limits of) :: überfließen, überlaufen
overflow {v} :: überfließen, überfluten, überströmen, überlaufen
overgrown {adj} (having large numbers of plants which have become too big) :: überwachsen
overhand knot {n} (knot) :: Überhandknoten {m}, Kreuzschlag {m}
overhang seat {n} (Legislative seat distribution principle in certain countries) :: Überhangmandat {n}
overhaste {n} (excessive, undue haste) :: Übereile {f}
overhaul {n} (a major repair, remake, renovation, or revision) :: Überholung {f}, Aufarbeitung {f}, Grundinstandsetzung {f}, gründlich Überprüfung {f}, Revision {f}, Tuning {n}, Erneuerung {f}
overhaul {v} (to modernize, repair, renovate, or revise completely) :: überholen, modernisieren
overhaul {v} (to pass, overtake, or travel past) :: überholen
overhead {adj} (located above) :: darüber, oben, Überkopf-
overhead {n} (expense of a business not directly assigned to goods or services provided) :: allgemeine Unkosten {p}
overhead {n} (any cost or expenditure (monetary, time, effort or otherwise) incurred in a project or activity, which does not directly contribute to the progress or outcome of the project or activity) :: Mehraufwand {m}
overhead {n} (wasted money) :: vergeudetes Geld {n}
overhead {n} (data or steps of computation that is only used to facilitate the computations in the system and is not directly related to the actual program code or data being processed) :: Overhead {m}
overhead {adv} (above one's head) :: darüber, oben, Überkopf-
overhead fan {n} (ceiling fan) SEE: ceiling fan ::
overhead projector {n} (projector that projects an image over the heads of the viewers onto a screen) :: Tageslichtprojektor {m}, Overheadprojektor {m}, Polylux {m}
overhear {v} (To hear something that wasn't meant for one's ears) :: zufällig mit anhören
overheat {v} (overheat) SEE: burn ::
overheat {v} (to heat excessively) :: überhitzen
overheat {v} (to become excessively hot) :: überhitzen
overheating {n} (1. A situation where something is overheated.) :: Überhitzung {f}
over here {adv} (in this place) :: hier
overjoyed {adj} (very happy) :: überglücklich
overkill {n} (an unnecessary excess of something (idiomatic)) :: Übermaß
overlap {v} (to extend over and partly cover something) :: überlappen
overlay {v} (overwhelm) SEE: overwhelm ::
overlearn {v} (learn more than necessary) :: überlernen
overlength {n} (excess of length of a vehicle) :: Überlänge {f}
overload {v} (to load excessively) :: überladen, überlasten
overload {v} (to provide too much power to a circuit) :: überlasten, überladen
overload {v} (to create different functions for the same name) :: überladen
overload {v} (to fail due to excessive load) :: überlastet sein
overload {n} (excessive load) :: Überladung {f}
overload {n} (overloaded version of a function) :: Überladung {f}
overloaded {adj} (loaded too heavily) :: überbelastet
overloading {n} (type of polymorphism) :: Überladen {n}
overlook {n} (vista or point) :: Übersicht {f}, Überblick {m}
overlook {v} (to fail to notice; to look over and beyond (anything) without seeing it) :: nicht bemerken, übersehen
overlook {v} (to pretend not to have noticed; to pass over without censure or punishment) :: übersehen
overlook {v} (to supervise; to watch over) :: überblicken
overlook {v} :: überblicken
overly {adv} (to an excessive degree) :: allzu, übermäßig
overmorrow {adv} (on the day after tomorrow) SEE: day after tomorrow ::
overmorrow {n} (day after tomorrow) SEE: day after tomorrow ::
over my dead body {prep} (absolutely not) :: nur über meine Leiche
overnight {adv} (throughout the night) :: über Nacht
overnight {adv} (during a single night) :: über Nacht
overnight {adv} (in a very short amount of time) :: von heute auf morgen; von einem Tag auf den anderen; [less common] über Nacht
overnight {v} (stay overnight) :: übernachten
overnight {n} (overnight stay) :: Logiernacht {f}
overnourished {adj} (overweight) SEE: overweight ::
overnourished {adj} (excessively nourished) :: überernährt
overnourishment {n} (excessive nourishment) :: Überernährung {f}
overnutrition {n} (malnutrition in which nutrients are oversupplied) :: Überernährung {f}
overpass {n} (A section of a road or path that crosses over an obstacle, especially another road, railway, etc) :: Überführung {f}
overpay {v} (to pay too much) :: überbezahlen
overpayment {n} (payment exceeding the amount actually due) :: Überzahlung {f}, Überbezahlung {f}
overpopulation {n} (when the number of occupants of an area exceeds the ability of that area to provide for the occupants) :: Überbevölkerung {f}
overpower {v} (overpower) SEE: compel ::
overpower {v} (subdue someone by superior force) :: überwältigen, übermannen
overpressure {n} (excess or markedly elevated pressure) :: Überdruck {m}
overprice {v} (to give a commodity an excessive price) :: überteuern
overpriced {adj} (priced higher than what it is really worth) :: überteuert
overprotect {v} :: überbehüten
overprotection {n} (act of overprotecting) :: Überbehüten {n}
overprotective {adj} (excessively protective) :: überfürsorglich
overrate {v} (to esteem too highly) :: überbewerten
overrated {adj} (rated too highly) :: überschätzt
overreact {v} (react too much or too intensely) :: überreagieren
overreaction {n} (reaction deemed excessive) :: Überreaktion {f}
overrepresentation {n} (the condition of being overrepresented) :: Überrepräsentation {f}
overrepresented {adj} :: überrepräsentiert
override {v} (to counteract the normal operation of something) :: übersteuern
override {v} ((software) To define a new behaviour of a method) :: überschreiben
overriding {adj} :: überschreiten
overripe {adj} (excessively ripe; spoiled; gone bad) :: überreif
overruff {v} (ruff with a higher trump) :: überstechen
overrun {v} :: überrennen
overseas {adj} (abroad) :: Übersee-, im Ausland {n}, Auslands-
overseas {adv} (abroad) :: im Ausland
overseas {adv} (across a sea) :: in Übersee
overseas Chinese {n} (Huaqiao) :: Auslandschinese {m}, Huaqiao
overseas territory {n} (country or smaller territory) :: Überseegebiet {n}
oversee {v} (to survey, look at something in a wide angle) :: überblicken
oversee {v} (to supervise, guide, review or direct the actions of a person or group) :: beaufsichtigen, überwachen, leiten, managen
oversee {v} (to inspect, examine) :: beaufsichtigen, überwachen
oversee {v} :: überblicken, beaufsichtigen
overseer {n} (one who oversees) :: Aufseher {m}, Aufseherin {f}
oversensitive {adj} (having excessive sensitivity) :: überempfindlich
overshadow {v} (to cast a shadow over something) :: überschatten
overshadow {v} (to dominate something and make it seem insignificant) :: überschatten
overshare {v} (To offer inappropriate disclosure.) :: ausplaudern (Privates ~; Intimes ~)
overshoe {n} (protective shoe) :: Überschuh {m}
oversight {n} (omission) :: Versehen {n}
oversight {n} (overview) SEE: overview ::
oversleep {v} (to sleep for longer than planned) :: verschlafen
overstate {v} (to exaggerate; to state or claim too much) :: übertreiben
oversteer {n} :: Übersteuern {n}
oversteer {v} :: übersteuern
overt {adj} (open and not concealed or secret) :: offen, offenkundig, explizit, öffentlich
overtake {v} (to pass a more slowly moving object) :: überholen
overtake {v} (to catch up with, but not pass) :: aufholen
overtake {v} (economics: to become greater than something else) :: überholen
over-the-counter {adj} (pharmacy: not requiring a prescription) :: rezeptfrei
over the moon {prep} (delighted, thrilled) :: überglücklich, völlig aus dem Häuschen
over there {adv} (in that place) :: dort, drüben, dort drüben
over the top {adj} (beyond normal, expected, or reasonable limits; excessive; exaggerated) :: übertrieben, zu viel des Guten
overthrow {v} (to bring about the downfall of) :: stürzen, umstürzen
overthrow {n} (removal by force or threat of force) :: Umsturz {m}
overtime {n} (worktime) :: Überstunden {f-p}
overtime {n} (pay for overtime work) :: Überstundenzuschlag {m}, Überstundenvergütung {f}, Zuschlag {m}, Überstundenlohn {m}, Mehrarbeitszuschlag {m}
overtime {n} (extra period in sports) :: Verlängerung {f}; [in American sports like basketball also] Overtime {f}
overtired {adj} (overly tired) :: übermüdet
overtone {n} (harmonic) :: Oberton {m}
overtrump {v} (To play a higher trump card) SEE: overruff ::
overture {n} (approach) :: Angebot {n}, Annäherungsversuch {m}, Offerte {f}
overture {n} (musical introduction) :: Ouvertüre {f}
overturn {v} (to turn over, capsize) :: sich überschlagen
overturn {v} (to overthrow) :: verwerfen
overvalued idea {n} (abnormal belief) :: überwertige Idee
overview {n} (brief summary, as of a book or a presentation) :: Übersicht {f}, Überblick {m}
overweening {adj} (over-confident) :: überheblich, eingebildet, anmaßend, arrogant
overweight {adj} (of a person, heavier than is healthy) :: übergewichtig
overweight {adj} (of a vehicle, weighing more than is allowed) :: überladen
overweight {n} (excess of weight) :: Übergewicht {n}
overwhelm {v} (to overpower, crush) :: überwältigen, übermannen
overwhelm {v} :: überwältigen
overwhelming {adj} (overpowering) :: überwältigend
overwinter {v} (to keep or preserve for the winter) :: überwintern
overwinter {v} (to spend the winter (in a particular place)) :: überwintern
overwork {v} (to work too hard) :: sich überarbeiten
overworked {adj} (subjected to too much work) :: überarbeitet
overwrite {v} (destroy old data) :: überschreiben
overzealous {adj} (too zealous; too enthusiastic or fervent) :: übereifrig
oviduct {n} (duct through which an ovum passes) :: Eileiter {m}, Ovidukt {m}
oviform {adj} (egg-shaped) SEE: egg-shaped ::
ovine {adj} (resembling a sheep) :: schafsmäßig
oviparous {adj} (egg laying) :: ovipar, eierlegend
ovoid {adj} (egg-shaped) SEE: egg-shaped ::
ovovegetarian {adj} (variant of vegetarian) :: ovovegetarisch
ovoviviparity {n} (condition of being ovoviviparous) :: Ovoviviparie {f}
ovoviviparous {adj} (pertaining to animals whose eggs hatch inside their body) :: ovovivipar
ovulation {n} (release of an ovum from the ovary) :: Ovulation {f}
ovum {n} (gamete) :: Eizelle {f}, Ovum {n}
owe {v} (to be under an obligation) :: schulden, schuldig sein
owe {v} (to be in debt) :: schulden, schuldig sein
owl {n} (bird) :: Eule {f}, Uhu {m}, Eulenvogel {m} [order Strigiformes]
owlet {n} (a young owl) :: Eulenjunges {n}, junge Eule {f}
owlet moth {n} (moth of family Noctuidae) :: Eule {f}
owlish {adj} (resembling or characteristic of an owl) :: eulenhaft
own {v} (defeat) SEE: defeat ::
own {adj} (belonging to (determiner)) :: [used before the noun; declined according to gender and case] eigen
own {v} (have rightful possession of) :: besitzen, haben
own {v} (acknowledge responsibility for) :: eingestehen, zugeben
owner {n} (one who owns) :: Besitzer {m}, Eigentümer {m}
ownership {n} (legal status) :: Eigentum {n}
own goal {n} (goal scored by player against their own team) :: Eigentor {n}
own goal {n} (blunder that damages one's own prospects) :: Eigentor {n}
ox {n} (an adult castrated male of cattle) :: Ochse {m}
ox {n} (any bovine animal used as a beast of burden) :: Rind {m}; Zugrind {n}; Zugtier {n}
oxalic acid {n} (the dicarboxylic acid (ethandioic acid)) :: Oxalsäure {f}
oxalic anhydride {n} (hypothetical acid anhydride of oxalic acid) :: Oxalsäureanhydrid {n}
oxbow lake {n} (crescent-shaped lake) :: Altarm {m}, Altwasser {n}
oxer {n} (type of horse jump) :: Oxer {m}
oxeye {n} (titmouse) SEE: titmouse ::
oxeye {n} (dunlin) SEE: dunlin ::
oxeye daisy {n} (flower) :: Margerite {f}, Wucherblume {f}
Oxford {prop} (city) :: Oxford, Ochsenfurt
oxherd {n} (person who herds oxen) :: Ochsenhirt {m}, Ochsenhirte {m}, Ochsenhirtin {f},
oxidase {n} (oxidase enzyme) :: Oxidase {f}
oxidation {n} (combination of a substance with oxygen) :: Oxidation {f}, Oxydation {f}
oxidation {n} (chemical reaction) :: Oxidation {f}
oxidation number {n} (chemistry) :: Oxidationszahl {f}
oxide {n} (binary compound of oxygen) :: Oxid {n}
oxidization {n} (oxidation) SEE: oxidation ::
oxidizing flame {n} :: Oxidationsflamme {f}
oximeter {n} (device that measures the oxygen saturation of arterial blood) :: Oximeter {m}
oxlip {n} (plant) :: Hohe Schlüsselblume {f}
oxolinic acid {n} :: Oxolinsäure
oxonium {n} (univalent oxygen cation) :: Oxonium {n}
oxtail {n} (meat from the tail of a cow) :: Ochsenschwanz {m}, [Austria] Ochsenschlepp {m}
oxyacid {n} (an acid containing oxygen) :: Sauerstoffsäure {f}
oxychloride {n} (compound of oxygen and chlorine) :: oxychlorid {n}
oxygen {n} (chemical element) :: Sauerstoff {m}, Oxygen {n}, Oxygenium {n}
oxygen {n} (molecular oxygen) :: Sauerstoff {m}
oxygen {n} (atom of oxygen) :: Sauerstoffatom {n}
oxygenate {v} (infuse with oxygen) :: oxygenieren
oxygenation {n} (process of treating something with oxygen) :: Oxygenierung
oxygen bar {n} (A nightclub in which patrons pay to inhale oxygen) :: Sauerstoffbar {f}
oxygenic {adj} (of, relating to, containing or producing oxygen) :: sauerstoffhaltig, sauerstoffbildend, Sauerstoff-
oxygenless {adj} (Lacking oxygen) :: sauerstofffrei
oxygen mask {n} (mask through with oxygen may be breathed) :: Sauerstoffmaske {f}
oxyhydrogen {n} (a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen) :: Knallgas {n}
oxymel {n} :: Sauerhonig {m}, Essigmet {m}, Honigessig {m}, Essigsirup {m}, Oxymel {n}
oxymoron {n} (figure of speech) :: Oxymoron {n}
oxymoron {n} (contradiction in terms) SEE: contradiction in terms ::
oxytocin {n} (hormone) :: Oxytocin
oxytone {adj} (oxytone) :: oxyton, oxytonisch
oxytone {n} (word with the stress or an acute accent on the last syllable) :: Oxytonum {n}, Oxytonon {n}
oxytonize {v} :: [oxytoned] oxytoniert (oxytonirt)
oyster {n} (mollusk, see also: clam; mollusc; mussel) :: Auster {f}
oyster {n} (food) :: Pfaffenschnittchen {n}, Pfaffenstückchen {n}
oystercatcher {n} (bird) :: Austernfischer {n}
oyster knife {n} (knife) :: Austernmesser {n}
oyster mushroom {n} (Pleurotus ostreatus) :: Austernpilz {m}, Austern-Seitling {m}
oyster plant {n} (Scorzonera hispanica) SEE: black salsify ::
ozone {n} (O3) :: Ozon {n} {m}
ozone hole {n} (region of the stratosphere over Antarctica that is depleted of ozone in the local spring) :: Ozonloch {n}
ozone layer {n} (a region of the stratosphere) :: Ozonschicht {f}
Øresund {prop} (strait) SEE: Oresund ::
Œting {prop} (a commune in France) :: Ötingen