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DeutschTürkisch
Baby {n}bebek
Babynahrung {f}mama
Bach {m}akarsu
Bach {m}çay
Bach {m}dere
Backblech {n}tepsi
Backe {f}yanak
backenfırında pişirmek
Backen {pl}yanaklar
Backenzahn {m}azı dişi
Bäcker {m}ekmekçi
Bäcker {m}fırıncı
Bäckerei {f}fırın
Backgammon {n}tavla
Backofen {m}fırın
Backpapier {n}fırın kâğıdı
Backpulver {n}kabartma tozu
Backslash {m} <\>ters eğik çizgi <\>
Backstein {m}tuğla
Bad {n} [Wannenbad, Badewanne]banyo
Badeanzug {m}mayo [kadın icin]
Badehaube {f}bone
Badehaus {n}hamam
Badehose {f}mayo [erkek icin]
Badekappe {f}bone
Bademantel {m}bornoz
Bademütze {f}bone
badenbanyo yapmak
baden [im Meer]denize girmek
baden [Kindersprache]bıcı bıcı yapmak
baden gehen [scheitern]batmak
Baden-Württemberg {n}Baden-Württemberg
Badesalz {n}banyo tuzu
Badewanne {f}banyo küveti
Badewanne {f}küvet
Badezimmer {n}banyo [odası]
Badminton {n}badminton
Bagatelle {f}önemsiz küçük şey
Bagdad {n}Bağdat
Bagger {m}ekskavatör
Bagger {m}kazaratar
Baguette {n} [auch {f}]francala
Bahn {f} [Eisenbahnschiene, Gleis]ray
Bahn {f} [Eisenbahnschiene]tren yolu
Bahn {f} [Start- und Landebahn] [Fachsprache]pist [havaalanında]
Bahn {f} [Start- und Landebahn] [Fachsprache]uçak pisti
Bahn {f} [Weg, Richtung]çığır [mec.]
Bahnhof {m}gar
Bahnhof {m}istasyon
Bahnhof {m}tren istasyonu
Bahnsteig {m}peron
Bahrain {n}Bahreyn
Baikalsee {m}Baykal Gölü
Baklava {n} {f} [türkisches Strudelgebäck]baklava
Bakteriologie {f}bakteriyoloji
Baku {n}Bakü
balancierendengelemek
baldyakında
Baldrian {m}valerian [genus Valeriana]
Balisee {f}Bali Denizi
Balkon {m}balkon
Ball {m}top
Ballen {m}topak
Ballett {n}bale
Ballistik {f}balistik
Ballsaal {m}balo salonu
Balmer-Serie {f}Balmer serileri
Balsam {m}merhem
Baltikum {n}Baltık bölgesi
Bambus {m}bambu
banalbanal
Banane {f}muz
Band {m} [Buch] <Bd.>cilt [kitap] <c.>
Band {n} [Tür-, Fensterangel etc.]menteşe
Bandage {f}pansuman
Bandscheibenprolaps {m}bel fıtığı
Bandscheibenvorfall {m}bel fıtığı
bangkaygılı
Bangladesch {n}Bangladeş
Bank {f}banka
Bank {f} [Sitzbank]bank
Bankett {n}ziyafet
Bankier {m}bankacı
Banking {n}bankacılık
Banknote {f}banknot
Bankomat ® {m} [österr.]bankamatik
Bankraub {m}banka soygunu
Bankräuber {m}banka soyguncusu
Banks-Rabenkakadu {m}kırmızı kuyruklu kara kakadu [Calyptorhynchus banksii]
Banküberfall {m}banka soygunu
Baptist {m}baptist
Baptisten {pl}baptistler
barnakit
bar [+Gen.] [veraltet] [im Sinne von: ohne]-suz
bar [geh.] [rein, pur]saf
Bar {f}bar
Bär {m}ayı
bar bezahlennakit ödemek
Barcelona {n}Barselona
Barde {m}ozan
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