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 Übersetzung für 'French moult' von Englisch nach Deutsch
orn.VetMed.
French moult [Br.] [avian polyoma virus]
Hopserkrankheit {f} [Polyoma, französische Mauser]
Taxa/Spezies (Tiere, Pflanzen, Pilze)
orn.VetMed.T
French moult [Br.] [avian polyoma virus]
französische Mauser {f} [Polyoma]
orn.VetMed.T
French moult [Br.] [avian polyoma virus]
Rennerkrankheit {f} [Polyoma, französische Mauser]
Teiltreffer
zool.
moult [Br.]
Haarwechsel {m}
8
orn.
to moult [Br.]
sich federn
orn.
moult [Br.]
Mauser {f}
27
orn.
to moult [Br.]
sich mausern
zool.
moult [Br.] [reptile]
Häutung {f} [Reptil]
15
zool.
to moult [Br.] [reptile]
sich häuten [Reptil]
orn.
complete moult [Br.]
Vollmauser {f}
to moult [esp. Br.]haaren
25
orn.
partial moult [Br.]
Teilmauser {f}
biol.entom.
moult cycle [Br.]
Häutungs­zyklus {m}
orn.
post-juvenile moult [Br.]
Jugendmauser {f}
orn.
to be in moult [Br.]
in der Mauser sein
ling.
French
Französisch {n}
424
French {adj}welsch [veraltet] [pej.] [französisch]
307
gastr.
French cookery
französische Küche {f}
art
French scarlet
Franzscharlach {m}
gastr.
French cuisine
französische Küche {f}
gastr.
French cooking
französische Küche {f}
art
French scarlet
Kermesscharlach {m} [Franzscharlach]
French-bred {adj}in Frankreich aufgewachsen
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The town's motto, which features on its coat of arms, is "Moult viel que Paris" - old French for "Much older than Paris".
  • Madame d'Or (d. "after" 1429), was a French jester. The chronicler St Remy described her as a "moult gracieuse folle" (in English, something like "very graceful fool").
  • "Novitates Entomologicae" was a French entomological journal. It was published by Eugène Le Moult and established in 1931.
  • The royal hawks were kept at this site from 1377 and the name originates from the fact that they were confined there at moulting time ("mew" being derived from the French verb "muer", to moult).
  • In medieval times it was also known as "mewing" (from the French verb "muer", to moult), a term that lives on in the name of Britain's Royal Mews where the King's hawks used to be kept during moulting time before becoming horse stables after Tudor times.

  • Eugène Le Moult (31 December 1882, Quimper – 26 January 1967, Paris) was a French naturalist and entomologist specialised in butterflies; hunter, businessman and collector.
  • Words like "fault" and "vault" did not undergo L-vocalization, but rather L-restoration, having previously been L-vocalized independently in Old French and lacking the [...] in Middle English, but having it restored by Early Modern English.
  • They had previously been L-vocalized independently in Old French and lacked the [...] in Middle English but had it restored by Early Modern English.
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