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f; -, -en; NAUT.
1. (Deckaufbau) forecastle, fo’c’s’le
2. (Tisch) mess table
3. (Schüssel) bowl
4. (Besatzung) messmates Pl.
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Bạck [bak]
f -, -en (NAUT)
1) (= Deck) forecastle, fo'c'sle
2) (= Schüssel) dixie, mess tin, mess kit (US); (= Tafel) mess table; (= Besatzung) mess
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Back1
<-, -en>
[bak]
f
1. NAUT forecastle, fo'c'sle
2. (Schüssel) mess-tin, dixie
3. (Tisch) mess table
4. (Tischgemeinschaft) mess
Back2
<-s, -s>
[bæk]
m SPORT SCHWEIZ defender
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Back f; -, -en; SCHIFF
1. (Deckaufbau) forecastle, fo’c’s’le
2. (Tisch) mess table
3. (Schüssel) bowl
4. (Besatzung) messmates pl

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