English-German translation for "rabbit"

"rabbit" German translation

rabbit
[ˈræbit]noun | Substantiv s

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  • (Wild)Kaninchenneuter | Neutrum n
    rabbit zoology | ZoologieZOOL Oryctolagus cuniculus
    rabbit zoology | ZoologieZOOL Oryctolagus cuniculus
  • Waldkaninchenneuter | Neutrum n
    rabbit zoology | ZoologieZOOL Gattg Sylvilagus; Amerika
    rabbit zoology | ZoologieZOOL Gattg Sylvilagus; Amerika
  • Hasemasculine | Maskulinum m
    rabbit zoology | ZoologieZOOL allg:, Fam. Leporidae American English | amerikanisches EnglischUS
    rabbit zoology | ZoologieZOOL allg:, Fam. Leporidae American English | amerikanisches EnglischUS
  • Kanin(chenfell)neuter | Neutrum n
    rabbit skin
    rabbit skin
  • Welsh Rabbitneuter | Neutrum n (geröstete Käseschnitte)
    rabbit cooking and gastronomy | Kochkunst und GastronomieGASTR Welsh rabbit
    rabbit cooking and gastronomy | Kochkunst und GastronomieGASTR Welsh rabbit
  • Anfänger(in), Stümper(in)
    rabbit sports | SportSPORT familiar, informal | umgangssprachlichumg
    rabbit sports | SportSPORT familiar, informal | umgangssprachlichumg
rabbit
[ˈræbit]intransitive verb | intransitives Verb v/i

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  • often | oftoft rabbit on chatter familiar, informal | umgangssprachlichumg
    often | oftoft rabbit on chatter familiar, informal | umgangssprachlichumg
Ich muss mich um die Kaninchen kümmern.
I have to look after the rabbit.
Source: Tatoeba
Sie sind als Nächste an der Reihe, sich um die Kaninchen zu kümmern.
They are the next to be on duty for taking care of the rabbits.
Source: Tatoeba
Die Ohren eines Kaninchens sind länger als die eines Fuchses.
The ears of a rabbit are longer than those of a fox.
Source: Tatoeba
Kaninchen sind mit Bibern und Eichhörnchen verwandt.
Rabbits are related to beavers and squirrels.
Source: Tatoeba
Ein Kaninchen rennt im Garten herum.
A rabbit is running in the garden.
Source: Tatoeba
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rabbit
[ˈræbit]transitive verb | transitives Verb v/t familiar, informal | umgangssprachlichumg obsolete | obsolet, begrifflich veraltetobs

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  • rabbit it (or | oderod me)!
    Gott verdamms! Verdammt!
    rabbit it (or | oderod me)!
Weißschwanz-Eselhase
to pounce a rabbit
to pounce a rabbit
the kids had smuggled a rabbit into class
die Kinder hatten ein Kaninchen ins Klassenzimmer geschmuggelt
the kids had smuggled a rabbit into class
Ich muss mich um die Kaninchen kümmern.
I have to look after the rabbit.
Source: Tatoeba
Sie sind als Nächste an der Reihe, sich um die Kaninchen zu kümmern.
They are the next to be on duty for taking care of the rabbits.
Source: Tatoeba
Die Ohren eines Kaninchens sind länger als die eines Fuchses.
The ears of a rabbit are longer than those of a fox.
Source: Tatoeba
Kaninchen sind mit Bibern und Eichhörnchen verwandt.
Rabbits are related to beavers and squirrels.
Source: Tatoeba
Ein Kaninchen rennt im Garten herum.
A rabbit is running in the garden.
Source: Tatoeba
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