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teaching adj. beibringend
  lehrend
teaching subst. die Lehre f
  die Lehrtätigkeit f
teaching subst. der Lehrbetrieb m
  der Unterricht m
teaching aid subst.   das Unterrichtsmittel n
teaching aids subst. pl   die Lehrmittel n
teaching in shifts subst.   der Schichtunterricht m
teaching machine subst.   der Lehrautomat m
teaching method subst.   die Lehrmethode f
  die Unterrichtsmethode f
teaching objective subst.   das Unterrichtsziel n
teaching post subst.   das Lehramt n
teaching profession subst.   der Lehrberuf m
teaching profession subst.   das Lehramt n
teaching program subst. Brit.   das Lehrprogramm n
teaching room subst.   der Unterrichtsraum m
teachings subst. die Lehre f
teachings subst. pl die Lehren f
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