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gem - BroetchenLast post 01 Aug 06, 09:44
LEO gives "Broetchen" or "Hefebroetchen" as an AmE translation of "gem". As a native America…3 Replies
child-bearing - schwangerLast post 08 May 14, 20:03
"child-bearing" als Adjektiv für sich allein als "schwanger" zu übersetzen (http://dict.leo.…12 Replies
Little Gem lettuce - Little Gem-SalatLast post 04 Feb 14, 23:39
2 cos lettuce or 3 Little Gem lettuce Aus Kochbuch zur Zubereitung von Salaten1 Replies
gem.Last post 23 Oct 03, 12:46
Hi there, what does the abbreviation gem. mean in this sentence? gemacht(en)? "Der Einlösung…2 Replies
gem.Last post 04 Jul 07, 15:53
Ich brauche also das Gleiche gem.Bestellung 1234 nochmal. Can somebody tell me what this 'g…4 Replies
bearing - KugellagerLast post 03 Jul 07, 09:15…8 Replies
big end bearing - large end bearing - PleuellagerLast post 10 Jul 07, 00:06
A con rod has two bearings (mostly roller type in 2-stroke engines) namely the >big end bear…3 Replies
tapered roller bearing - SchrägkugellagerLast post 26 Sep 08, 11:03
Tapered roller bearing ist nur die korrekte Bezeichnung für ein Kegelrollenlager. Ein Kugell…3 Replies
bearing - das KugellagerLast post 19 Apr 07, 14:30
Kann gestrichen werden. "Bearing" ist zu allgemein für "Kugellager". Jedes Kugellager ist e…8 Replies
bearing (stress) - LochleibungLast post 24 Jul 07, 10:32
English to German Glossary of Terms and Phrases I…1 Replies
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