See-

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See-

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See|aal
m
(Zool) → conger (eel)
(Comm) → dogfish
See|ad|ler
msea eagle
See|al|pen
pl (Geog) → Maritime Alps pl
See|amt
nt (Admin) → maritime court
See|ane|mo|ne
See|bad
nt
(= Kurort)seaside resort
(= Bad im Meer)bathe or swim in the sea
See|bär
m
(hum inf)seadog (inf)
(Zool) → fur seal
See|bar|be
f (Zool) → red mullet
See|be|ben
ntseaquake
see|be|schä|digt
adj (form) Schiffdamaged at sea
See|blick
mview of the sea/lake; ein Zimmer mit See- (am Meer) → a room with sea view; (am See) → a room overlooking the lake
See|bo|den
mbottom or bed of a/the lake; (von Meer)bottom or bed of a/the sea; der See- des Loch Nessthe bottom or bed of Loch Ness
See-Ele|fant
m, See|ele|fant ?
see|er|fah|ren
adj Volkexperienced at navigation or seafaring
see|fah|rend
adj attr Volkseafaring
See|fah|rer(in)
m(f)seafarer; Sindbad der See-Sinbad the Sailor
See|fahrt
f
(= Fahrt)(sea) voyage; (= Vergnügungsseefahrt)cruise
(= Schifffahrt)seafaring no art; ungeeignet für die See- in …unsuited for navigation or sailing in …; die See- lernento learn to sail; die Regeln der See-the rules of the sea

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see|fest
adj
Menschnot subject to seasickness; See- seinto be a good sailor
Ladungfit for sea transport
See|fisch
See|fi|sche|rei
fsea fishing
See|fracht
fsea freight
See|fracht|brief
m (Comm) → bill of lading
See|frau
fsailor, mariner (esp liter)
See|funk(-|dienst)
See|gang
m, no plswell; starker or hoher See-heavy or rough seas or swell
See|ge|fahr
f (Comm) → sea risk
See|ge|fecht
ntsea or naval battle
See|gel|tung
f (Hist) → naval prestige
See|ge|mäl|de
ntseascape
see|ge|stützt
adj (Mil) → sea-based; Flugkörper auchsea-launched
See|gras
nt (Bot) → eelgrass, sea grass or hay
See|gras|mat|rat|ze
see|grün
adjsea-green
See|gur|ke
f (Zool) → sea cucumber
See|ha|fen
mseaport
See|han|del
See|ha|se
See|herr|schaft
See|hö|he
fsea level
See|hund
mseal
See|hunds|fell
ntsealskin
See|igel
See|jung|fer
f (Zool) → dragonfly
See|jung|frau
f (Myth) → mermaid
See|ka|dett(in)
m(f) (Mil) → naval cadet
See|ka|nal
m(maritime) canal
See|kar|te
See|kat|ze
fcatfish
see|klar
adjready to sail
See|kli|ma
see|krank
adjseasick; Paul wird leicht See-Paul is a bad sailor
See|krank|heit
See|krieg
mnaval war
See|kriegs|recht
ntlaws plof naval warfare
See|kuh
f (Zool) → sea cow, manatee
See|lachs
m (Zool) → pollack; (Cook) → rock salmon
See|lachs|fi|let
nt (Cook) → rock salmon fillet

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See|leu|te pl von Seemann
See|li|lie
fsea lily

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See|lot|se
m, See|lot|sin
fpilot
See|lö|we
msea lion

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See|luft
fsea air
See|macht
fnaval or sea or maritime power

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see|mä|ßig
adj Verpackungseaworthy
See|mei|le
See|mi|ne
f(sea) mine
See|mö|we
fseagull
See|mu|schel
f (Zool) → conch
See|nel|ke

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See|nym|phe
fmermaid
See|ot|ter
msea otter
See|pferd
nt, See|pferd|chen
nt <-s, -> → sea horse
See|räu|ber(in)
m(f)pirate; (in Mittelamerika im 17., 18. Jh. auch) → buccaneer
See|räu|be|rei
fpiracy
See|räu|ber|schiff
ntpirate (ship); → buccaneer
See|recht
See|rei|se
f(sea) voyage; (= Kreuzfahrt)cruise
See|ro|se
See|sack
mseabag, sailor’s kitbag (Brit)
See|salz
ntsea salt
See|sand
msea sand
See|scha|den
mdamage at sea, average (spec)
See|schiff
See|schiff|fahrt ?
See|schild|krö|te
See|schlacht
fnaval or sea battle
See|schlan|ge
fsea snake; (Myth) → sea serpent
See|schwal|be
ftern
See|sieg
See|sper|re
See|stadt
See|stern
m (Zool) → starfish
See|stra|ße
See|stra|ßen|ord|nung
frules plof the road (at sea), international regulations plfor preventing collisions at sea (form)
See|streit|kräf|te
plnaval forces pl, → navy
See|stück
nt (Art) → seascape
See|tang
mseaweed
See|tau|cher
m (Orn) → grebe
See|teu|fel
m (Zool) → angler, allmouth; (am Meeresboden lebend) → monkfish
See|trans|port
see|tüch|tig
adjseaworthy
See|tüch|tig|keit
See|ufer
ntlakeside; (von großem See auch)(lake) shore
See|un|ge|heu|er
see|un|tüch|tig
adjunseaworthy
See|ver|kehr
See|ver|si|che|rung
See|vo|gel
msea bird
See|volk
nt (Nation) → seafaring nation or people; (inf: = Seeleute) → seafaring people pl
See|wal|ze
f (Zool) → sea cucumber
see|wärts
adv (= in Richtung Meer)seaward(s), toward(s) the sea; (= in Richtung (Binnen)see)toward(s) the lake
See|was|ser
nt, no pl (= Meerwasser)sea water; (= Wasser eines Sees)lake water
See|weg
msea route; auf dem See- reisento go or travel by sea
See|we|sen
ntmaritime affairs pl, no art
See|wet|ter|dienst
See|wind
See|wolf
m (Zool) → wolffish
See|zei|chen
See|zun|ge
fsole