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grin <g>
grins <g> [einfaches Grinsen]
127
G'day! [Aus.] [coll.]Hallo!
36
unit
giga- {prefix} <G> [10 ^ 9]
Giga- <G>
7
G'day! [Aus.] [coll.]Guten Tag!
G'day! [Aus.] [coll.]Tag auch! [ugs.]
G'day! [Aus.] [coll.]Moin moin! [nordd.]
Substantive
meteo.
gale <g>
Sturm {m}
1518
unit
gram <g>
Gramm {n} <g>
790
unit
gramme <g> [Br.] [spv.]
Gramm {n} <g>
154
unit
grams <g>
Gramm {pl} <g>
88
biochem.mineral.
guanine <G, Gua> [C5H5N5O, C5H3(NH2)N4O]
Guanin {n} <G, Gua>
16
phys.unit
gauss <G> [unit of magnetic flux density]
15
Gauß {n} <Gs, G> [Einheit der magnetischen Flussdichte]
phys.
gluon <g>
Gluon {n} <g>
15
phys.
graviton <G> [hypothetical elementary particle]
14
Graviton {n} <G> [hypothetisches Elementarteilchen]
biochem.
glycine <Gly, G> [C2H5NO2]
Glycin {n} <Gly, G>
11
G [sl.]Gangster {m}
5
ling.mus.print
g [letter, musical note]
{n} [Buchstabe, Ton]
ling.mus.print
G [letter, musical note]
{n} [Buchstabe, Ton]
G [sl.]Bandenmitglied {n}
pharm.
geneticin <G418, G-418> [C20H40N4O10]
Geneticin {n} <G418, G-418>
phys.
gluino <g͂> [hypothetical elementary particle]
Gluino {n} <g͂> [hypothetisches Elementarteilchen]
biochem.
glycine <Gly, G> [C2H5NO2]
Glyzin {n} <Gly, G>
phys.
gravitino <G͂> [hypothetical elementary particle]
Gravitino {n} <G͂> [hypothetisches Elementarteilchen]
zool.T
Italians <I.G.> [short: Italian Greyhounds]
Italienische Windspiele {pl}
2 Wörter: Andere
exempli gratia {adv} <e.g.>zum Beispiel <z. B.>
exempli gratia {adv} <e.g.>beispielsweise <bspw.>
for example {adv} <e.g.>beispielhalber
for example {adv} <e.g.>beispielshalber
for example {adv} <e.g.>zum Beispiel <z. B.>
for example {adv} <e.g.>beispielsweise <bspw.>
for example {adv} <e.g.>zum Exempel [veraltend] <z. E.>
film
G-rated {adj} [Am.]
jugendfrei
mus.
main gauche {adv} <M.G., m.g.> [used as a direction in keyboard music]
mit der linken Hand
zero-g {adj} [coll.]schwerelos
2 Wörter: Substantive
phys.
Big G [coll.] [(Newtonian) gravitational constant] <G>
(Newton'sche) Gravitationskonstante {f} <G>
anat.biol.
G cell
G-Zelle {f}
mus.
G clef
G-Schlüssel {m}
mus.
G clef
Violinschlüssel {m}
mus.
G flat <G♭>
Ges {n} <G♭>
mus.
G major <G>
G-Dur {n} <G>
mus.
G minor <g, Gm>
g-Moll {n} <g, Gm>
biochem.
G protein
G-Protein {n}
biochem.
G proteins
G-Proteine {pl}
mus.
G sharp <G♯>
Gis {n} <G♯>
mus.
G string
G-Saite {f}
cloth.
G suit
Anti-G-Anzug {m}
tools
G-clamp
Schraubzwinge {f} [G-Form]
travel
G-classification [guesthouses, inns, boarding houses]
G-Klassifizierung {f} [deutsche Klassifizierung für Gästehäuser, Gasthöfe und Pensionen]
G-forceAndruck {m}
G-forcesG-Kräfte {pl} <g-Kräfte>
aviat.
g-load
vertikale Beschleunigung {f}
G-man [Am.] [coll.]FBI-Mann {m}
g-man [Am.] [sl.] [short for Government Man]G-Man {m}
G-men [Am.] [coll.]FBI-Männer {pl}
phys.
g-meter
Beschleunigungs­anzeiger {n} [für Gravitationskraft (Aviatik), ugs auch in Kfz-Bau]
anat.
G-spot
G-Punkt {m} [Gräfenberg-Punkt]
mus.
G-string
G-Saite {f}
cloth.
G-string
Minislip {m}
cloth.
G-string
Stringtanga {m}
cloth.
G-string
G-String {m} {f}
G. Raymond [Can.]Max Mustermann {m}
G. Raymond [Can.]Erika Mustermann {f}
math.
Gâteaux derivative <G-derivative>
Gâteaux-Ableitung {f} <G-Ableitung>
math.
Gâteaux differential <G-differential>
Gâteaux-Differential {n} <G-Differential>
math.
Gâteaux differential <G-differential>
Gâteaux-Differenzial {n} <G-Differenzial>
insur.naut.
general average <G/A>
große Havarie {f}
lawnaut.
general average <GA, G/A>
große Haverei {f} <GH>
girl friend <G/F>feste Freundin {f}
aviat.
glide slope <G/S, GS>
Gleitpfad {m}
gastr.travel
Grand Hotel <G&H> [also: grand hotel] [luxury hotel]
Grandhotel {n} [auch: Grand Hotel, Grand Hôtel]
phys.
gravitational constant <G>
Gravitationskonstante {f} <G>
curr.
Guyanese dollar <GYD, G$>
Guyana-Dollar {m} <GYD, G$>
biochem.
immunoglobulin G <IgG>
Immunglobulin G {n} <IgG>
chem.
mass concentration <g/L, g/dL, γ, p>
Massenkonzentration {f} <g/l, g/dl, β, p> [Formelzeichen: β, p; Einheit (Beispiel): g/l, g/dl]
chem.
mass fraction <w, g/g>
Massenprozent {n} <Gew.-%, % (w/w)> [ugs.] [Massenanteil]
chem.
mass ratio <g/g, ζ>
Massenverhältnis {n} <g/g, ζ> [Formelzeichen: ζ; Einheit (Beispiel): g/g]
phys.
Newton's constant <G>
Newtons Gravitationskonstante {f} <G>
phys.
Newton's constant <G>
(Newton'sche) Gravitationskonstante {f} <G>
geol.materialphys.
shear modulus <G>
Schermodul {m} <G> [Schubmodul]
constr.engin.
shear modulus <G>
Schubmodul {m} <G>
specific gravity <S.G.>spezifisches Gewicht {n}
sports
Super G [Super Giant Slalom]
Super-G {m} [Super-Riesenslalom]
biochem.
vitamin G [dated] [vitamin B2]
Vitamin {n} G [veraltet] [Vitamin B2]
3 Wörter: Andere
air-to-ground {adj} <A/G>Bord-Boden-
idiom
G for George
G wie Gustav
idiommil.
G for Golf [NATO phonetic alphabet]
G wie Golf [NATO-Buchstabiertafel]
G'wan, beat it! [coll.] [chiefly dated]Hau ab! [ugs.]
3 Wörter: Substantive
aviat.tech.
anti-G carburetor
beschleunigungs­unempfindlicher Vergaser {m}
phys.
center of gravity <COG, C/G> [Am.]
Gravizentrum {n}
phys.
centre of gravity <COG, C/G> [Br.]
Gravizentrum {n}
comm.
cost and freight <CFR, G&F>
Kosten und Fracht [Incoterm]
cloth.
crotchless G-string
G-String ouvert {m}
med.pharm.QM
Federal Joint Committee <G-BA> [Germany]
Gemeinsamer Bundesausschuss {m} <G-BA>
gastr.
G and T <G & T> [a drink of gin and tonic (water)]
Gin Tonic {m}
mus.
G double flat <Gbb>
Geses {n}
mus.
G double sharp <Gx>
Gisis {n}
mus.
G flat major
Ges-Dur {n}
mus.
G flat minor
ges-Moll {n}
mus.
G sharp major <G♯ major>
Gis-Dur {n} <Gis, G♯>
mus.
G sharp minor <G♯ minor>
gis-Moll {n} <gis, Gism, G♯m>
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Übersetzung für 'G♭' von Englisch nach Deutsch

grin <g>
grins <g> [einfaches Grinsen]Internet
G'day! [Aus.] [coll.]
Hallo!

Guten Tag!

Tag auch! [ugs.]

Moin moin! [nordd.]
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giga- {prefix} <G> [10 ^ 9]
Giga- <G>unit

gale <g>
Sturm {m}meteo.
gram <g>
Gramm {n} <g>unit
gramme <g> [Br.] [spv.]
Gramm {n} <g>unit
grams <g>
Gramm {pl} <g>unit
guanine <G, Gua> [C5H5N5O, C5H3(NH2)N4O]
Guanin {n} <G, Gua>biochem.mineral.
gauss <G> [unit of magnetic flux density]
Gauß {n} <Gs, G> [Einheit der magnetischen Flussdichte]phys.unit
gluon <g>
Gluon {n} <g>phys.
graviton <G> [hypothetical elementary particle]
Graviton {n} <G> [hypothetisches Elementarteilchen]phys.
glycine <Gly, G> [C2H5NO2]
Glycin {n} <Gly, G>biochem.

Glyzin {n} <Gly, G>biochem.
G [sl.]
Gangster {m}

Bandenmitglied {n}
g [letter, musical note]
{n} [Buchstabe, Ton]ling.mus.print
G [letter, musical note]
{n} [Buchstabe, Ton]ling.mus.print
geneticin <G418, G-418> [C20H40N4O10]
Geneticin {n} <G418, G-418>pharm.
gluino <g͂> [hypothetical elementary particle]
Gluino {n} <g͂> [hypothetisches Elementarteilchen]phys.
gravitino <G͂> [hypothetical elementary particle]
Gravitino {n} <G͂> [hypothetisches Elementarteilchen]phys.
Italians <I.G.> [short: Italian Greyhounds]
Italienische Windspiele {pl}zool.T

exempli gratia {adv} <e.g.>
zum Beispiel <z. B.>

beispielsweise <bspw.>
for example {adv} <e.g.>
beispielhalber

beispielshalber

zum Beispiel <z. B.>

beispielsweise <bspw.>

zum Exempel [veraltend] <z. E.>
G-rated {adj} [Am.]
jugendfreifilm
main gauche {adv} <M.G., m.g.> [used as a direction in keyboard music]
mit der linken Handmus.
zero-g {adj} [coll.]
schwerelos

Big G [coll.] [(Newtonian) gravitational constant] <G>
(Newton'sche) Gravitationskonstante {f} <G>phys.
G cell
G-Zelle {f}anat.biol.
G clef
G-Schlüssel {m}mus.

Violinschlüssel {m}mus.
G flat <G♭>
Ges {n} <G♭>mus.
G major <G>
G-Dur {n} <G>mus.
G minor <g, Gm>
g-Moll {n} <g, Gm>mus.
G protein
G-Protein {n}biochem.
G proteins
G-Proteine {pl}biochem.
G sharp <G♯>
Gis {n} <G♯>mus.
G string
G-Saite {f}mus.
G suit
Anti-G-Anzug {m}cloth.
G-clamp
Schraubzwinge {f} [G-Form]tools
G-classification [guesthouses, inns, boarding houses]
G-Klassifizierung {f} [deutsche Klassifizierung für Gästehäuser, Gasthöfe und Pensionen]travel
G-force
Andruck {m}
G-forces
G-Kräfte {pl} <g-Kräfte>
g-load
vertikale Beschleunigung {f}aviat.
G-man [Am.] [coll.]
FBI-Mann {m}
g-man [Am.] [sl.] [short for Government Man]
G-Man {m}
G-men [Am.] [coll.]
FBI-Männer {pl}
g-meter
Beschleunigungs­anzeiger {n} [für Gravitationskraft (Aviatik), ugs auch in Kfz-Bau]phys.
G-spot
G-Punkt {m} [Gräfenberg-Punkt]anat.
G-string
G-Saite {f}mus.

Minislip {m}cloth.

Stringtanga {m}cloth.

G-String {m} {f}cloth.
G. Raymond [Can.]
Max Mustermann {m}

Erika Mustermann {f}
Gâteaux derivative <G-derivative>
Gâteaux-Ableitung {f} <G-Ableitung>math.
Gâteaux differential <G-differential>
Gâteaux-Differential {n} <G-Differential>math.

Gâteaux-Differenzial {n} <G-Differenzial>math.
general average <G/A>
große Havarie {f}insur.naut.
general average <GA, G/A>
große Haverei {f} <GH>lawnaut.
girl friend <G/F>
feste Freundin {f}
glide slope <G/S, GS>
Gleitpfad {m}aviat.
Grand Hotel <G&H> [also: grand hotel] [luxury hotel]
Grandhotel {n} [auch: Grand Hotel, Grand Hôtel]gastr.travel
gravitational constant <G>
Gravitationskonstante {f} <G>phys.
Guyanese dollar <GYD, G$>
Guyana-Dollar {m} <GYD, G$>curr.
immunoglobulin G <IgG>
Immunglobulin G {n} <IgG>biochem.
mass concentration <g/L, g/dL, γ, p>
Massenkonzentration {f} <g/l, g/dl, β, p> [Formelzeichen: β, p; Einheit (Beispiel): g/l, g/dl]chem.
mass fraction <w, g/g>
Massenprozent {n} <Gew.-%, % (w/w)> [ugs.] [Massenanteil]chem.
mass ratio <g/g, ζ>
Massenverhältnis {n} <g/g, ζ> [Formelzeichen: ζ; Einheit (Beispiel): g/g]chem.
Newton's constant <G>
Newtons Gravitationskonstante {f} <G>phys.

(Newton'sche) Gravitationskonstante {f} <G>phys.
shear modulus <G>
Schermodul {m} <G> [Schubmodul]geol.materialphys.

Schubmodul {m} <G>constr.engin.
specific gravity <S.G.>
spezifisches Gewicht {n}
Super G [Super Giant Slalom]
Super-G {m} [Super-Riesenslalom]sports
vitamin G [dated] [vitamin B2]
Vitamin {n} G [veraltet] [Vitamin B2]biochem.

air-to-ground {adj} <A/G>
Bord-Boden-
G for George
G wie Gustavidiom
G for Golf [NATO phonetic alphabet]
G wie Golf [NATO-Buchstabiertafel]idiommil.
G'wan, beat it! [coll.] [chiefly dated]
Hau ab! [ugs.]

anti-G carburetor
beschleunigungs­unempfindlicher Vergaser {m}aviat.tech.
center of gravity <COG, C/G> [Am.]
Gravizentrum {n}phys.
centre of gravity <COG, C/G> [Br.]
Gravizentrum {n}phys.
cost and freight <CFR, G&F>
Kosten und Fracht [Incoterm]comm.
crotchless G-string
G-String ouvert {m}cloth.
Federal Joint Committee <G-BA> [Germany]
Gemeinsamer Bundesausschuss {m} <G-BA>med.pharm.QM
G and T <G & T> [a drink of gin and tonic (water)]
Gin Tonic {m}gastr.
G double flat <Gbb>
Geses {n}mus.
G double sharp <Gx>
Gisis {n}mus.
G flat major
Ges-Dur {n}mus.
G flat minor
ges-Moll {n}mus.
G sharp major <G♯ major>
Gis-Dur {n} <Gis, G♯>mus.
G sharp minor <G♯ minor>
gis-Moll {n} <gis, Gism, G♯m>mus.
  • Gramm {n} <g> = gram <g>
  • Gramm {n} <g> = gramme <g> [Br.] [spv.]
  • grins <g> [einfaches Grinsen] = grin <g>
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • A group "G" with a partial order is called an ordered group. The set "G"+ of elements ≥ 0 is called the "positive cone" of "G". One says that "G" is unperforated if "k"·"g" ∈ "G"+ implies "g" ∈ "G"+.
  • HLA-G histocompatibility antigen, class I, G, also known as human leukocyte antigen G (HLA-G), is a protein that in humans is encoded by the "HLA-G" gene.
  • A partially ordered group "G" with positive cone "G"+ is said to be unperforated if "n" · "g" ∈ "G"+ for some positive integer "n" implies "g" ∈ "G"+. Being unperforated means there is no "gap" in the positive cone "G"+.
  • One former species, "Glis truyolsi", has been placed in the genus "Myoglis" and it has been suggested that "G. apertus", "G. galitopouli", "G. guerbuezi", "G. major" and "G. transversus" be moved there as well.
  • Rayne finds an anonymous letter informing her that a G.G.G. officer in Germany has list of the remaining G.G.G. officers. After obtaining the list, she pursues her targets to Castle Gaustadt in Germany to eradicate the G.G.G., and eventually, Jurgen Wulf himself.

  • The genus was discovered by Augustin François César Prouvençal de Saint-Hilaire, who in 1833 described four species: "G. aurea", "G. filiformis", "G. pygmaea", and "G. violacea".
  • The following aircraft were involved in accidents and incidents while they were with the airline: G-ACAN, G-ACRH, G-ADFI, G-ACZE, G-ACZF, G-ADAH and G-ADDE. See the Fleet List above for details.
  • There are five species which grow in Europe: "G. caricis", "G. cerkesii", "G. cornelii", "G. menieri" and "G. pseudocaricis".
  • Related studies: G-445, G-446, G-447, G-452, G-453 and G-454.
  • SanDisk Professional sells their external storage devices for professionals under the product lines G-SPEED, G-RAID, G-SAFE, and G-DRIVE.

  • A 3/4 cup (60 grams) serving contains: 220 calories, 40 from fat; total fat 5 g; trans fat 0 g; cholesterol 0 mg; sodium 135 mg; potassium 250 mg; total carbohydrates 38 g; dietary fiber 10 g; soluble fiber 2 g; insoluble fiber 8 g; sugars less than 1 g.
  • 1. A Lie bialgebra are two Lie algebras (g,[...]g) and (g*,[...]*) on dual vector spaces g and g* such that the Chevalley–Eilenberg differential δ* is a derivation of the g-bracket.
  • Stabat Mater - (K. Szymanowski; G.Rossini; G. Pergolesi), Messe Solennelle - Ch.Gounod, Requiem - (G. Fauré; G. Rossini), Exultate Jubilate - W.Mozart, Carmina Burana - C.Orff.
  • Per 100 g – Energy [...] , Protein 0.1 g, Carbohydrate 97.5 g, Fat 0.4 g.
  • Energy [...] , protein 0.5 g, fat (total) 3.1 g (saturated fat 2.9 g), carbohydrate 19.7 g (sugars 15.1 g), sodium 10 mg.

  • Many of the above species described in this genus are regarded as synonyms by some authorities ("G. hemifasciatus" with synonyms "G. diporus", "G. knipowitschi" and "G. soldatovi"; "G. retrodorsalis" with synonyms "G. andersoni", "G. esipovi" and "G. taeniatus"; and "G. viridis" with synonyms "G. barsukovi", "G. bilabrus", "G. gracilis", "G. obscurus" and "G. platycephalus").
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