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Romance {adj} [countries, languages etc.]
romanisch [Länder, Sprachen usw.]
hist. pol. ["Hail (to) victory!" Nazi salute; highly offensive; illegal in some German-speaking countries]Sieg Heil! [anstößig u. in einigen deutschsprachigen Ländern strafbar]
abroad {adv} [in a foreign country or countries]im Ausland
abroad {adv} [to a foreign country or to foreign countries]ins Ausland
educ. [an academic high school, Br. grammar school, in German-speaking countries]
Gymnasium {n}
stocks bourse [stock market in non-English-speaking countries, esp. France]
Börse {f}
traffic autobahn [only in reference to German-speaking countries]
Autobahn {f}
econ. [competition between countries in a globalised world to reduce wages, company taxes and social security payments]
Dumpingwettlauf {m} [ugs.]
cellophane [generic term in some countries] [Cellophane®]
Cellophan® {n} [fachspr.] [Zellophan]
econ. educ. [entrepreneurship exam in various European countries]
Unternehmerprüfung {f}
hist. marquis [(in some European countries) a nobleman ranking above a count and below a duke]
Marquis {m}
hist. [political, social and economic agreements made between West Germany and some Eastern bloc countries in the early 1970s]
Ostverträge {pl}
expellee [ethnic and native Germans expelled from other countries after WW II]
Heimatvertriebener {m}
cadi [in Islamic countries: judge]
Richter {m}
pol. [recruitment agreements between Germany and Turkey and other South European countries during the Wirtschaftswunder (in force from 1955 to 1973)]
Anwerbeabkommen {n}
med. feldsher [health care professional in Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union]
Feldscher {m} [medizinische Hilfskraft in der Sowjetunion und im heutigen Russland]
sports [a sports match between the national teams of neighbouring countries]Nachbarschaftsduell {n} [zwischen Nationalmannschaften]
hist. [confederation of protestant cities and countries against Charles V]Schmalkaldischer Bund {m}
fin. [cooperative bank, to be found in several European countries]Raiffeisenbank {f}
publ. market. [corresponds to the "Audit Bureau of Circulation" <ABC> in English-speaking countries]Informationsgemeinschaft {f} zur Feststellung der Verbreitung von Werbeträgern e. V. <IVW>
mus. [folksy popular music genre, esp. in German speaking countries]volkstümliche Musik {f} [kommerzialisierte, sogenannte Volksmusik]
law pharm. [inspection of production sites in third countries]Drittlandinspektion {f} [bei Produktionsstätten]
comm. hist. [permitted production of goods for western countries in the former DDR]Gestattungsproduktion {f}
educ. [school for continuing non-credit education of adults, predominantly in Nordic countries, Germany and Austria]Volkshochschule {f}
gastr. arrack [an alcoholic spirit made in Eastern countries from the sap of the coco palm or from rice]Arrack {m} [Rsv.] [Arrak] [Reisbranntwein]
hist. biga [a two-horse chariot of ancient Mediterranean countries]Biga {f} [römischer Streitwagen]
cellophane [generic term in some countries] [Cellophane®]Cellophane® {f} [glasklare Folie]
hist. sports Spartakiad [also: Spartakiade] [counter-event of the Eastern Bloc countries to the Olympics during cold war]Spartakiade {f} [Gegenveranstaltung der Ostblockstaaten zur Olympiade während des kalten Kriegs]
curr. hist. thaler [large coins used in Germanic countries during the 15th-19th centuries]Taler {pl}
curr. hist. thaler [large coins used in Germanic countries during the 15th-19th centuries]Thaler {pl} [altertümlich] [Taler]
curr. hist. thalers [large coins used in Germanic countries during the 15th-19th centuries]Taler {pl}
curr. hist. thalers [large coins used in Germanic countries during the 15th-19th centuries]Thaler {pl} [altertümlich] [Taler]
geogr. the Balkans [countries]die Balkanstaaten {pl}
geogr. the Med [Br.] [coll.] [countries]Mittelmeerländer {pl}
2 Words: Others
telecom. DX / dx [morse code abbreviation, telegraphic shorthand] [international: "(long) distance (contact)", "distant (exchange)"] [English also: "foreign countries"]DX / dx [Morsezeichen-Abkürzung] [„(große) Entfernung“, „(weit) entfernt“, „Fernverbindung“]
ling. English-speaking {adj} [world, countries]angelsächsisch [Welt, Raum]
in which [e.g. countries, times]in denen
ethn. geogr. ling. Nilo-Saharan {adj} [e.g. language family, people, countries]nilosaharanisch
geogr. tech. oil-poor {adj} [e.g. countries]ölarm [z. B. Länder]
pol. politically conservative {adj} [in German-speaking countries]schwarz [ugs.]
2 Words: Verbs
to move to sth. [change residence; e.g. to a dwelling, to another place, certain countries]in etw.Akk. ziehen [umziehen; z. B. in eine Wohnung, in einen anderen Ort; ein Land, dessen Name mit Artikel verwendet wird]
2 Words: Nouns
geogr. Baltic rim {sg} [as a group of countries]Ostseeanrainer {pl}
geogr. Baltic rim {sg} [as a group of countries]Ostseeanrainerstaaten {pl}
geogr. Baltic rim {sg} [as a group of countries]Ostseeländer {pl}
agr. EU bovine holdings [esp. used in EU countries]Rinderhaltungsbetriebe {pl}
traffic transp. chicken bus [coll.] [bus esp. in Central American countries]Chicken-Bus {m} [ugs.] [Autobus, bes. in zentralamerik. Ländern]
relig. church rate [church tax levied in some European countries]Kirchenbeitrag {m} [österr.] [Kirchensteuer]
med. pol. drug policies {pl} [e.g. of different countries]Drogenpolitik {f} [z. B. verschiedener Länder]
jobs European Engineer <EUR ING> [title for highly qualified engineers used in many European countries]Europa-Ingenieur {m} <EUR ING> [Qualitätsstandard für europäische Ingenieure]
law fair use [act of use (not an established legal term in German-speaking countries)]faire Verwendung {f}
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