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cape; headland; head; foreland; promontory; mull [Sc.] [listen] [listen] [listen] Kap {n}; Landspitze {f}; Vorgebirge {n} (veraltet) [geogr.]

capes; headlands; heads; forelands; promontories; mulls [listen] Kaps {pl}; Landspitzen {pl}; Vorgebirge {pl}

cape [listen] Umhang {m}

capes Umhänge {pl}

cape (of a whale or dolphin) [listen] dunkler Fleck (eines Wals oder Delfins) [zool.]

Cape York Peninsula Halbinsel {f} Kap York [geogr.]

Cape Comorin Kap Komorin [geogr.]

Cape Verde Kap Verde {n} /CV/ [geogr.]

Cape Dezhnev Kap Deschnjow {n} [geogr.]

Cape Horn; the Horn Kap Hoorn {n} [geogr.]

Cape Chelyuskin Kap Tscheljuskin {n} [geogr.]

Cape of Good Hope Kap der guten Hoffnung {n} [geogr.]

Cape Verde Islands Kapverdische Inseln {pl} [geogr.]

Cape Town (Mother City, city in South Africa) Kapstadt (Mutterstadt, Stadt in Südafrika) [geogr.]

cape verde shearwater Kapverdensturmtaucher {m} [ornith.]

cape verde petrel Kapverdensturmvogel {m} [ornith.]

Cape cormorant Kapscharbe {f} [ornith.]

cape teal Fahlente {f} [ornith.]

cape shoveller Kaplöffelente {f} [ornith.]

cape vulture Kapgeier {m} [ornith.]

cape francolin Kapfrankolin {m} [ornith.]

cape dikkop Kaptriel {m} [ornith.]

cape eagle owl Kapuhu {m} [ornith.]

cape longclaw Großspornpieper {m} [ornith.]

cape bulbul Kapbülbül {m} [ornith.]

cape rockjumper Kapfelsenspringer {m} [ornith.]

cape robin chat Kaprötel {m} [ornith.]

cape rock thrush Klippenrötel {m} [ornith.]

cape verde swamp warbler Kapverdenrohrsänger {m} [ornith.]

cape grassbird Kapgrassänger {m} [ornith.]

cape batis Kapschnäpper {m} [ornith.]

cape white-eye Kapbrillenvogel {m} [ornith.]

cape sugarbird Kaphonigfresser {m} [ornith.]

cape bunting Kapammer {f} [ornith.]

cape may warbler Tigerwaldsänger {m} [ornith.]

cape siskin Hottentottengirlitz {m} [ornith.]

cape sparrow Kapsperling {m} [ornith.]

cape weaver Kapweber {m} [ornith.]

groundcherries; cape gooseberries; husk tomatoes (botanical genus) Blasenkirschen {pl} (Physalis) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]

giant ground cherry; Peruvian groundcherry; Peruvian cherry; Inca berry; Aztec berry; Cape gooseberry [Br.] Kapstachelbeere {f}; Andenbeere {f}; Andenkirsche {f}; Peruanische Blasenkirsche {f} (Physalis peruviana)

Chinese lantern; Japanese-lantern; strawberry groundcherry; bladder cherry Lampionblume {f} (Physalis alkekengi)

Incan berry; cape gooseberry; goldenberry; physalis Andenbeere {f}; Kapstachelbeere {f}; Physalisbeere {f}; Physalisfrucht {f} [cook.]

blue-cape asbestos; crocidolite; krokidolite Kap-Asbest {m}; Krokydolith {m} [min.]

loden cape Loden-Cape {n}; Lodenkotze {f} [Süddt.] [Ös.] (Jägersprache); Wetterfleck {m} [Ös.] [textil.]

rain cape Regencape {n}; Regenponcho {m}; Wetterfleck {m} [Ös.]; Pelerine {f} [Schw.] [textil.]

rain capes Regencapes {pl}; Regenponchos {pl}; Wetterflecke {pl}; Pelerinen {pl}

North Cape Nordkap {n} [geogr.]

Table Mountain (near Cape Town) Tafelberg {m} (bei Kapstadt) [geogr.]

Praia (capital of Cape Verde) Praia (Hauptstadt von Kap Verde) [geogr.]

Afrikaans; Cape Dutch Afrikaans {n}; Kapholländisch {n}

diamond [listen] Diamant {m} [min.] [listen]

diamonds Diamanten {pl}

regular Diamant mittlerer Qualität [techn.]

grainer Diamant 1/4 Karat

two-grainer Diamant 1/2 Karat

three-grainer Diamant 3/4 Karat

special round einkarätiger Diamant

fancy stone farbiger Diamant

cape diamond gelber Diamant

rounded diamond gerundeter Diamant

cleft diamond gespaltener Diamant

four-grainer hochwertiger Diamant

inferior stone minderwertiger Diamant

carbon diamond; black diamond; carbonado schwarzer Diamant

cloudy diamond trüber Diamant

fake diamond unechter Diamant

dollar (currency) Dollar {m} (Währung) [fin.]

dollars Dollar {pl} (Betrag); Dollars {pl} (Dollarmünzen)

Australian dollar /AUD/ australischer Dollar /AUD/

Canadian dollar /CAD/ kanadischer Dollar /CAD/

Tonga Paanga /TOP/ Tonga-Dollar {m}

US dollar /USD/ US-Dollar /USD/

Abe's cape [slang] Einhundert-Dollar-Note {f}

honey bush plants; honey bushes; honey flowers (botanican genus) Honigsträucher {pl} (Melianthus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]

giant honey flower; tall Cape honey-flower Großer Honigstrauch {m} (Melianthus major)

small honey flower; small Cape honey-flower Kleiner Honigstrauch {m} (Melianthus comosus / Melianthus minor)

procavia hyraxes (zoological genus) Procavia-Schliefer {pl} (Procavia) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]

rock hyrax; cape hyrax; rock badge Klippschliefer {m}; Klippdachs {m} (Procavia capensis)

tragelaphus antelopes (zoological genus) Tragelaphus-Antilopen {pl} (Tragelaphus) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]

bongo antelope; bongo Bongoantilope {f}; Bongo {m} (Tragelaphus eurycerus)

greater kudu Großer Kudu {m} (Tragelaphus strepsiceros)

lesser kudu Kleiner Kudu {m} (Tragelaphus imberbis)

nyala antelope; lowland nyala; nyala Nyala-Antilope {f}; Flachland-Nyala {m}; Nyala {m} (Tragelaphus angasii)

mountain nyala; balbok antelope; balbok Berg-Nyala {m} (Tragelaphus buxtoni)

sitatunga antelope; sitatunga; marshbuck Sumpfantilope {f}; Sumpfbock {m}; Wasserkudu {m}; Sitatunga {m} (Tragelaphus spekii)

kewel antelope Senegal-Schirrantilope {f} (Tragelaphus scriptus)

imbabala antelope; imbabala; Cape bushbuck Südliche Schirrantilope {f} (Tragelaphus sylvaticus)

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