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East /E/ Osten {m}; Ost /O/ [listen]

East German; east German ostdeutsch {adj} [geogr.]

east [listen] Ost; östlich {adj}

southeast; south-east /SE/ Südosten {m}; Südost /SO/

East Berliner Ostberliner {m}; Ostberlinerin {f} [hist.]

east wind; easterly wind; easterly Ostwind {m} [meteo.]

east winds; easterly winds; easterlies Ostwinde {pl}

polar easterly polarer Ostwind

East Coast fever; African fever; Rhodesian fever; theileriasis Küstenfieber {n} (Theileria-Infektion) [med.]

east elevation Ostansicht {f}

East European Craton /EEC/ Osteuropäische Tafel {f}; Russische Tafel {f} [geol.]

East Germanic tribes Ostgermanen {pl} [soc.] [hist.]

east coast Ostküste {f}

east side; eastern side Ostseite {f}

east sides; eastern sides Ostseiten {pl}

east bank; eastern bank Ostufer {n}

east banks; eastern banks Ostufer {pl}

East German-West German deutsch-deutsch {adj} [pol.] [hist.]

East or west home is best. Zuhause ist es doch am schönsten:

East Austrian Ostösterreicher {m} [geogr.]

East Austrians Ostösterreicher {pl}

East Anglia Ostanglien {n} [geogr.] (Region im Osten Englands)

East China Sea Ostchinesisches Meer [geogr.]

East Austrian; east Austrian ostösterreichisch {adj} [geogr.]

East German; Eastener [coll.] Ostdeutsche {m,f}; Ostdeutscher; Ossi {m} [ugs.] [geogr.]

East Germans; Easteners Ostdeutschen {pl}; Ostdeutsche; Ossis {pl}

East European; Eastern European osteuropäisch {adj} [geogr.]

East Swiss; east Swiss Ostschweizer...; ostschweizerisch {adj} [geogr.]

East Swiss Ostschweizer {m} [geogr.]

East Swisses Ostschweizer {pl}

East Siberian Sea Ostsibirische See {f} [geogr.]

East Frisian ostfriesisch {adj}

East Asia Ostasien {n} [geogr.]

East Asian ostasiatisch {adj}

East Coast akelat Blauflügelrötel {m} [ornith.]

east north-east Ost-Nordost {m}

east south-east Ost-Südost {m}

aga; agha (title in Muslim Middle East countries) Aga {m} (Titel im muslimischen Nahen Osten) [adm.] [hist.]

Borkum (East Frisian island) Borkum {n} (Ostfriesische Insel) [geogr.]

German Democratic Republic /GDR/; East Germany Deutsche Demokratische Republik {f} /DDR/ [hist.]

the Ivy League; group of prestigious US American East coast universities Eliteuniversitäten im Nordosten der USA

ceremony in which teenagers are given adult social status (esp. in East Germany) Jugendweihe {f}

North-east passage (shipping route) Nordostpassage {f} (Schifffahrtsroute) [geogr.] [naut.]

Orient; East Orient {m}; Morgenland {n} [poet.]

the Middle East der Vordere Orient

eastward(s) expansion; enlargement to the East Osterweiterung {f} [pol.]

NATO's eastward(s) expansion; NATO's enlargement to the East NATO-Osterweiterung

Ostpolitik; politics toward the East Ostpolitik {f} [pol.]

house centipede; East bug Spinnenassel {f}; Spinnenläufer {m} (Scutigera coleoptrata) [bot.]

Wangerooge (east Frisian island) Wangerooge {f} (ostfriesische Insel) [geogr.]

the three Wise Men from the East; the three Kings; the Magi die drei Weisen aus dem Morgenland; die heiligen drei Könige [relig.]

northeastern; north-eastern; north-east nordöstlich {adj}

eastward; eastwards; to the east ostwärts {adv}

in the Far East proper im Fernen Osten selbst

Timor-Leste (East Timor) Timor-Leste {n} (Osttimor) /TL/ [geogr.]

Far East Fernost {m}; Ferner Osten [geogr.]

(the) Middle East; Near East [hist.] Nahost {m}; Naher Osten [geogr.]

Middle-Eastern; Mideastern nahöstlich {adj}; des Nahen Ostens

Dutch East Indies Niederländisch-Ostindien {n} [geogr.]

Kaliningrad (city in East Prussia) Königsberg {n} (Stadt in Ostpreußen) [geogr.]

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