ΩOmegaDict.com Dictionary >> dun


»

English - German Dictionary

German Translation of 'dun'



English

German

dun
dun-colored
dunce cap
[UK: dʌns keip]
dunces
[UK: dʌnsiz]
dunderhead
[UK: dʌnsiz]
dune
[UK: djuːn]
dunes
[UK: djuːnz]
dung beetle
[UK: dʌŋ biːtl]
dung beetles
[UK: dʌŋ biːtlz]
dung fork
[UK: dʌŋ fɔːk]
dung forks
[UK: dʌŋ fɔːksnaivzændspuːnz]
dung gate
[UK: dʌŋ gət]
dung hill
[UK: dʌŋ hil]
dung house
[UK: dʌŋ haus]
dungaree
[UK: dʌŋgəriː]
dungarees
[UK: dʌŋgəriːz]
dunged
[UK: dʌndʒd]
dungeon
[UK: dʌndʒən]
dungeons
[UK: dʌndʒənz]
dunghill
[UK: dʌŋhil]
dunging
[UK: dʌndʒiŋ]
dungs
[UK: dʌŋz]
dunk
[UK: dʌŋz]
dunked
[UK: dʌŋkt]
dunker
[UK: dʌŋkt]
dunking
[UK: dʌŋkiŋ]
dunks
[UK: dʌŋks]
dunned
[UK: dʌnd]
dunning
[UK: dʌniŋletər]
duns
[UK: dʌnz]
to dun
[UK: dʌnz]
animal dung
[UK: æniməl dʌŋ]
area of one thousand dunams
[UK: æniməl dʌŋ]
area of one thousand dunamsqkm
[UK: æniməl dʌŋ]
bildungsroman
[UK: æniməl dʌŋ]
bird dung
[UK: bəːd dʌŋ]
boris godunow
[UK: bəːd dʌŋ]
chicken dung
[UK: tʃikən dʌŋ]
cow dung
[UK: kau dʌŋ]
do a redundant task
[UK: duː ə ridʌndənt tɑːsk]
eating of dung
[UK: iːtiŋ ɔf dʌŋ]
eats dung
[UK: iːts dʌŋ]
granduncle
[UK: iːts dʌŋ]
great-granduncle
[UK: iːts dʌŋ]
horse dung
[UK: hɔːs dʌŋ]
inland dune
[UK: inlənd djuːn]
multi user dungeon game
[UK: inlənd djuːn]
peduncle
[UK: inlənd djuːn]
peduncular
[UK: inlənd djuːn]
pedunculate
[UK: inlənd djuːn]
pedunculated
[UK: inlənd djuːn]
piece of horse dung
[UK: pis ɔf hɔːs dʌŋ]
redundance-free
[UK: pis ɔf hɔːs dʌŋ]
redundancy notice
[UK: ridʌndənsiːpei noutis]
redundancy payment
[UK: ridʌndənsiːpei peimənt]
redundant addition
[UK: ridʌndənt ədiʃən]
redundant array of inexpensive disks
[UK: ridʌndənt ərei ɔf inikspensiv disks]
redundant problem
[UK: ridʌndənt prɔbləm]
redundant workers
[UK: ridʌndənt wəːkəz]
redundantly
[UK: ridʌndəntliː]
sand dunes
[UK: sænd djuːnz]
shifting sand dune
[UK: ʃiftiŋsænddjuːn sænd djuːn]
shifting sand dunes
[UK: ʃiftiŋsænddjuːn sænd djuːnz]
solidungulate
[UK: ʃiftiŋsænddjuːn sænd djuːnz]
standung
[UK: stændəŋ]
to dung
[UK: tou dʌŋ]
to dungeon
[UK: tou dʌndʒən]
to dunk
[UK: tou dʌndʒən]
to make someone redundant
[UK: tou meik sʌmwʌn ridʌndənt]
to predunk
[UK: tou meik sʌmwʌn ridʌndənt]
whodunit
[UK: huːdʌnit]
whodunits
[UK: huːdʌnits]

Example Sentences Including 'dun'

Welcome To Dun Vegas is the third album by Scottish Celtic fusion group Peatbog Faeries, recorded in a cottage on the banks of Pool Roag, near Dunvegan, on the Isle of Skye, and released in July 2003 as the first release on the band's own Peatbog Records label.

Big Trouble in Little China is a 1986 American fantasy martial arts comedy film directed by John Carpenter and starring Kurt Russell, Kim Cattrall, Dennis Dun, and James Hong.

Run down, also referred to as rundown, run dun, fling-me-far and fling mi for is a stew dish in Jamaican cuisine and Tobago cuisine that typically consists of fish, reduced coconut milk, yam, tomato, onion and seasonings.





Copyright (c) 2013. omegadict.com. All Rights reserved. Powered by Vultr