Labor

n; -s, -s und -e laboratory; umg. lab
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das Labor
lab; laboratory
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La|bor [la'boːɐ]
nt -s, -s or -e
laboratory, lab (inf)
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das
(a place especially in a hospital where medicines are given out.) dispensary
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La·bor
<-s, -s o -e>
[laˈbo:ɐ̯]
nt laboratory, lab
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das; Labors, Labors, auch: Labore laboratory
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Labor n; -s, -s und -e laboratory; umg lab
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das; Labors, Labors, auch: Labore laboratory
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-s n.
laboratory n.

Deutsch-Englisch Wörterbuch. 2013.

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