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1 (einstampfen:) pulp (v.), repulp (v.), 2 (als Altpapier verkaufen:) sell as waste paper (v.)makulieren (v.)
a person who participates in producing a work without being the authorsonstige beteiligte Person (f.) (z.B. Bearbeiter, Herausgeber, Übersetzer)
academic personAkademiker
accompanying material (n.)Begleitmaterial (n.)
adolescent personJugendlicher
advertising materialWerbematerial
allocated materialauftragsgebundenes Material
allotted materialzugeteilte Menge
amass materialMaterial sammeln
an abstract supplied by a person other than the author (n.)Fremdreferat (n.)
any other personjede andere Person
applicable materialFertigungsmaterial
archive material (n.)Archivmaterial (n.)
artificial personjuristische Person
atomic wasteAtommüll
audio-visual centre (n.) (lebending autio-visual material to schools and other educational establishments)Bildstelle (f.)
audio-visual materialaudiovisuelle Materialien (pl.)
authorized personBefugter
automated material storeautomatisiertes Materiallager
auxiliary materialHilfsmaterial, Hilfsstoffe
average personDurchschnittsmensch
bandaging materialVerbandstoff
basic materialGrundstoff
beneficiary, person entitledBerechtigter
bill of materialStückliste
blank material (n.), spacing material (n.), leads (pl.), leading (n.), blanks (pl.)Blindmaterial (n.)
bulk materialMassenware
bulk rubbishSperrmüll
cartographic material (n.)kartographisches Material (n.)
cheerful personFrohnatur
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