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Ferdinand der Gtige [hist.]
Ferdinand the Good
Ferdinandameisenfnger {m} [ornith.]
Bananal Antbird
Zwergschwertwal {m} (Feresa attenuata) [zool.]
pygmy killer whale; slender pilot whale; slender blackfish
Schiffsfhrer {m}; Schipper {m} [Norddt.]; Fahrensmann {m}; Ferge {m} (veraltet) [naut.]
Schiffsfhrer {pl}; Schipper {pl}; Fahrensmnner {pl}; Fergen {pl}
shipmaster; master
shipmasters; masters
fernmessen {vt}
fernmessend
fergenmessen
to telemeter
telemetering
telemetered
Studentenverbindung {f}; Ferialverbindung {f}; Burschenschaft {f}; Landsmannschaft {f}; Corps {n} [soc.]
Studentenverbindungen {pl}; Ferialverbindungen {pl}; Burschenschaften {pl}; Landsmannschaften {pl}
fraternity; frat [coll.]; student students' league; student students' corporation
fraternities; frats; student students' leagues; student students' corporations
Urlaub (US), Ferien, Rumung
vacation
Urlaub, Ferien (US)
vacation
Ferien auf dem Bauernhof
agrotourism
Ferien {pl}, Urlaub {m}
Ferien {pl}
im Urlaub, in Urlaub
im Urlaub sein, in Urlaub sein
in Urlaub fahren, Ferien machen
Urlaub haben
Urlaub nehmen
zwei Wochen Urlaub
holiday [Br.], vacation [Am.]
holidays
on holiday, on vacation
to be on holiday, to be on vacation
to go on holiday, to go on vacation
to have holiday, to have vacation
to take holiday, to take a vacation
two weeks' holiday, two weeks' vacation
Urlaub machen, Ferien machen
Urlaub machend
er
sie machte Urlaub
to vacation [Am.]
vacationing
he
she vacationed
in Urlaub fahren, Ferien machen
go on holiday
Ferien
holiday
Erholungsurlaube, Ferien
holidays
Ferien
holidays
in Ferien
on holiday
Ferien
vacation
Ferien
vacations
Ferien (Br.)
holidays
Ferien zum Drachenfliegen
delta-flying holidays
Ferien in Heilbdern
health resort holidays
Urlaub; Ferien
holiday
Ferien {pl} auf dem Bauernhof
agrotourism
Ferien {pl}; Urlaub {m}; Erholungsurlaub {m}
Ferien {pl}
im Urlaub; in Urlaub
im in Urlaub sein; auf Urlaub sein [s.]; in den Ferien sein [Schw.]; Urlaub machen (an einem Ort)
in (den) Urlaub fahren; auf Urlaub fahren [s.]; in die Ferien fahren gehen [Schw.]; Urlaub machen (in)
Urlaub daheim
Urlaub haben
Urlaub nehmen; Urlaub machen; Ferien machen
zwei Wochen Urlaub
Hatten Sie Hattest du einen schnen Urlaub?
Im letzten Urlaub mussten wir im Zelt schlafen.
holiday [Br.]; vacation [Am.]
holidays
on holiday; on vacation
to be on holiday [Br.]; to be on (a) vacation [Am.]; to be vacationing [Am.] (in a place)
to go on holiday [Br.] vacation [Am.] (in at)
staycation [Am.] [coll.]
to have holiday; to have vacation
to take have a holiday [Br.] vacation [Am.]
two weeks' holiday; two weeks' vacation
Did you have a nice holiday vacation?
On our last holiday vacation we had to sleep in a tent.
Schulbeginn {m} (nach den Ferien) [school]
return to school
Urlaub machen; Ferien machen
Urlaub machend
er sie machte Urlaub
Urlaub in Italien machen
to vacation [Am.]; to holiday [Br.]
vacationing; holidaying
he she vacationed; he she holidayed
to holiday vacation in Italy
abschalten {vi} [psych.]
abschaltend
abgeschaltet
Wenn ich das Wort "Brse" hre schalte ich ab.
Er schaltet einfach ab und ignoriert mich.
Die Ferien sind die einzige Zeit wo ich wirklich abschalten kann.
Als sie begann von ihren Wehwehchen zu reden schaltete er ab.
to switch off; to tune out [fig.]
switching off; tuning out
switched off; tuned out
When I hear the word "stock exchange" I switch off.
He just switches off and ignores me.
Holidays are the only time I can really switch off tune out.
When she started talking about her little ailments he just tuned out.
Schulschluss {m}
Schulschluss {m} (vor den Ferien)
Schulschluss ist um 14:00 Uhr.
end of school
end of term
School finishes at 2.00 pm.
Ferienaktivitten {pl}; Urlaubsaktivitten {pl}
holiday activities
Ferienarbeit
holiday work
Ferienarbeit, Ferienttigkeit
vacation job
Ferienarbeit, Ferienttigkeit
vacation work
Ferienarbeit {f}
holiday work
Ferienarbeitsstelle, Ferienstelle
vacation job
Ferienarbeitsstelle, Ferienstelle
vacation work
Feriendorf {n}
Feriendrfer {pl}
holiday village
holiday villages
Feriendomizil {n}, Urlaubsdomizil {n}
holiday home, recreation home
Feriendomizil {n}; Urlaubsdomizil {n}
holiday home; recreation home
Feriendorf
holiday village
Ferienlager {n}; Ferienfreizeit {f} [Dt.] [soc.]
Ferienlager {pl}; Ferienfreizeiten {pl}
ins Ferienlager fahren
holiday camp; vacation camp [Am.]; summer camp
holiday camps; vacation camps; summer camps
to go to a holiday vacation camp
Feriengebiet, Urlaubsgebiet
holiday area
Ferienland, Feriengebiet
tourist region
Feriengebiet {n}
Feriengebiet {n}
Feriengebiete {pl}
holiday area
holiday region
holiday areas
Ferienhaus {n}
Ferienhuser {pl}
holiday home, vacation home [Am.]
holiday homes, vacation homes
Ferienhaus {n}
Ferienhuser {pl}
holiday home; vacation home [Am.]
holiday homes; vacation homes
kleines Landhaus; Huschen {n} auf dem Land [arch.]
kleine Landhuser; Huschen auf dem Lande
Landhaus {n}
Ferienhaus {n}
Huschen aus Naturstein
cottage
cottages
country cottage
holiday cottage
stone cottage
mieten; pachten {vt}
mietend; pachtend
gemietet; gepachtet
mietet; pachtet
mietete; pachtete
ein Haus mieten
Im Urlaub haben wir uns ein Ferienhaus gemietet.
to rent
renting
rented
rents
rented
to rent a house
We rented a house for our holidays vacation.
schlafen; pennen [Norddt.] [ugs.]; pofen [Norddt.] [ugs.]; knacken [Westdt.] [ugs.] {vi}
schlafend; pennend; pofend; knackend
eschlafen; gepennt; gepoft; geknackt
du schlfst
er sie schlft
ich er sie schlief
er sie hat hatte geschlafen
Schlaf gut!; Schlaf schn!
Hast du gut geschlafen?; Haben Sie gut geschlafen?
Versuche zu schlafen!
Komm lass uns schlafen.
Ferienhaus mit 10 Schlafpltzen
vom Wecker nicht geweckt werden
to sleep {slept; slept}; to kip [Br.] [coll.]
sleeping; kipping
slept; kipped
you sleep
sleeps
I he she slept
he she has had slept
Sleep tight!; Sleep well!
Did you sleep well?
Try to sleep!
Let us get some sleep.
holiday house sleeps 10
to sleep through the alarm clock
Ferienheim {n}
Ferienheime {pl}
country hostel for groups
country hostels for groups
Ferieninsel {f}
resort island
Ferienjob {m}
Ferienjobs {pl}
vacation job
vacation jobs
Ferienkolonie {f}
Ferienkolonien {pl}
holiday colony
holiday colonies
Ferienkolonie
holiday colony
Ferienkolonien
holiday colonies
Ferienkurs, Ferienschule
holiday course
Ferienlager
holiday camp
meist besuchtes Ferienland
most popular tourist region
Urlaubsort {m}, Ferienort {m}
Urlaubsorte {pl}, Ferienorte {pl}
holiday resort
holiday resorts
Urlaubsort {m}; Ferienort {m}
Urlaubsorte {pl}; Ferienorte {pl}
holiday resort
holiday resorts
beliebt; begehrt {adj} (bei)
beliebter; begehrter
am beliebtesten; am begehrtesten
bei jdm. beliebt sein hoch im Kurs stehen
sehr beliebt bei Kindern
Dieser Ferienort ist sehr beliebt. In der (Hoch-)Saison ist oft kein Bett mehr frei.
popular (with)
more popular
most popular
to be popular with sb.
very popular with children; very much liked by children
This holiday resort is very popular. During season there's often not a bed left in the place.
freundliche Ferienorte
friendly holiday places
ein einziges groes Ferienparadies
one large holiday paradise
Ferienparadies, Urlauberparadies
tourist paradise
Ferienpark {m}
Ferienparks {pl}
holiday park
holiday parks
Ferienranch {f}
dude ranch [Am.]
Ferienranch
dude ranch
Urlaubsreise {f}; Ferienreise {f}
Urlaubsreisen {pl}; Ferienreisen {pl}
holiday trip [Br.]; vacation trip [Am.]
holiday trips; vacation trips
Ferienreisende {m f} , Ferienreisender
Ferienreisenden {pl}, Ferienreisende
holiday maker
holiday makers
Ferienreisende
holiday maker
Ferienreisende {m f}; Ferienreisender
Ferienreisenden {pl}; Ferienreisende
holiday maker
holiday makers
Ferientag {m}
Ferientage {pl}
day of one's holidays [Br.], day of one's vacation [Am.]
days of one's holidays, days of one's vacation
Ferientag {m}
Ferientage {pl}
day of one's holidays [Br.]; day of one's vacation [Am.]
days of one's holidays; days of one's vacation
Ferienunterkunft
holiday accommodation
Ferienwohnung {f}
Ferienwohnungen {pl}
holiday flat [Br.], vacation apartment [Am.]
holiday flats, vacation apartments
Ferienwohnung
holiday flat
Ferienwohnung
holiday home
Aussicht {f}; Ausblick {m}; Blick {m} (auf etw.)
Aussichten {pl}; Ausblicke {pl}; Blicke {pl}
ein Zimmer mit Aussicht
ohne Aussicht
eine Ferienwohnung mit Meerblick Meeresblick
eine malerische Aussicht auf die Berge
Das Haus bietet Vom Haus aus bieten sich wunderbare Ausblicke ber das Tal.
view (of sth.)
views
a room with a view
viewless
a holiday flat with a view of the sea
a scenic view of the mountains
The house has wonderful views over the valley.
Ferienwohnung {f}
Ferienwohnungen {pl}
holiday flat [Br.]; vacation apartment [Am.]; self-catering flat apartment
holiday flats; vacation apartments; self-catering flats apartments
wunderbar; bestens (+ Partizip perfekt)
Die Ferienwohnung ist wunderbar gelegen.
Dieser Anstrich ist fr den Schutz von Auenmauern bestens geeignet.
perfectly; ideally (+ past participle)
The holiday home is ideally located situated.
This paint is ideally suited for the protection of exterior masonry.
Ferienzeit {f}
holiday time, holiday period
Ferienzeit
holiday time
Ferienzeit {f}
holiday time; holiday period
Ferienziel zahlloser Urlauber
goal of countless tourists
Ferienziel {n}
Ferienziele {pl}
holiday destination
holiday destinations
Tafelente {f} (Aythya ferina) [ornith.]
common pochard
Ferkel {n}, junges Schwein [zool.]
Ferkel {pl}
young pig, piglet, porkling
young pigs
Ferkel
young pig
Ferkel {n}; junges Schwein [zool.]
Ferkel {pl}
abgesetztes Ferkel; Absetzferkel {n}
young pig; piglet; porkling
young pigs
weaned piglet; weaner
Aufzuchtstall {m} (Viehzucht) [agr.]
Aufzuchtstlle {pl}
Ferkelaufzuchtstall {m}
rearing house; maternity (livestock farming)
rearing houses
piglet rearing house
Ferkelkruter {pl} (Hypochaeris) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
cat's ears (botanical genus)
ferkeln
ferkelnd
ferkelt
ferkelte
to farrow
farrowing
farrows
farrowed
ferkeln
farrow
Ferkeln
young pigs
ferkeln; abferkeln {vi} (Sau) (Schweizezucht) [agr.] [zool.]
ferkelnd; abferkelnd
geferkelt; abgeferkelt
ferkelt
ferkelte
to farrow (sow) (pig breeding)
farrowing
farrowed
farrows
farrowed
ferkelnd
farrowing
Hickorynussbume {pl}; Hickorybume {pl} (Carya) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Bitternussbaum {m}; Bitternuss {f} (Carya cordiformis)
Ferkelnussbaum {m}; Ferkelnuss {f} (Carya glabra)
Pekannussbaum {m}; Pekannuss {f} (Carya illinoinensis)
Knigsnussbaum {m}; Knigsnuss {f} (Carya laciniosa)
Schuppenrinden-Hickorybaum {m}; Schindelborkiger Hickorybaum {m} (Carya ovata)
hickory trees (botanical genus)
bitternut hickory tree; bittnut hickory
pignut hickory tree; coast pignut hickory; pignut hickory; sweet pignut smoothbark hickory; swamp hickory; broom hickory
pecan hickory tree; pecan tree; pecan
kingnut kickory tree; kingnut tree; shellbark hickory; Western shellbark
shagbark hickory tree; shagbark hickory
ferkelt
farrows
ferkelte
farrowed
Enzym {n}, Ferment {n}
Enzyme {pl}, Fermente {pl}
enzyme
enzymes
Enzym {n}; Ferment {n} (veraltet) [biochem.]
Enzyme {pl}; Fermente {pl}
enzyme; ferment (old use)
enzymes; ferments
Grstoff {m}; Ferment {n} [chem.]
Grstoffe {pl}; Fermente {pl}
ferment
ferments
Grung {f}; Vergrung {f}; Fermentation {f}
strmische Grung
fermentation; digestion
fiery fermentation; boiling fermentation
fermentativ {adj}
fermentational
fermentativ; zum Gren bringend {adj}; Grungs...
causing fermentation (postpositive)
Grbehlter {m}; Fermenter {m}
Grbehlter {pl}; Fermenter {pl}
liegender Fermenter
stehender Fermenter
volldurchmischter Fermenter
abgedeckte Lagune {f}
etw. in den Fermenter geben
digester
digesters
horizontal fermenter
vertical fermenter
complete mix digester
covered lagoon digester
to feed sth. into the digester
Femtometer {n}; Fermi {f} (veraltet) [phys.] fm (Lngenma) {n}
femtometre [Br.]; femtometer [Am.]; fermi [phys.] fm (unit of length)
Fermion {n}; Fermi-Teilchen {n} (Elementarteilchen mit halbzahligem Spin) [phys.]
Fermionen {pl}; Fermi-Teilchen {pl}
fermion (elementary particle with half-integer spin)
fermions
Fermi'sche Alterstheorie {f} [phys.]
Fermi age theory
Fermi-Alter {n} (Kerntechnik)
Fermi age; neutron age (nuclear engineering)
Fermi-Alter-Gleichung {f} (Kerntechnik)
Fermi age equation (nuclear engineering)
Fermi-Diagramm {n} (Kerntechnik)
Fermi plot; Kurie plot (nuclear engineering)
Fermi-Dirac-Sommerfeld-Geschwindigkeitsverteilungsgesetz {f}; FDS-Gesetz {n} [phys.]
Fermi-Dirac-Sommerfeld law; FDS law
Fermi-Dirac-Statistik {f}; Fermi-Statistik {f} (Kerntechnik)
Fermi-Dirac statistics; Fermi statistics (nuclear engineering)
Fermi-Dirac-Verteilung {f}; Fermi-Verteilung {f} (Halbleiter) [electr.]
Fermi-Dirac distribution; Fermi distribution (semi-conductors)
Fermi-Energie {f} (Kerntechnik)
Fermi energy (nuclear engineering)
Fermi-Flche {f} (Kerntechnik)
Fermi surface (nuclear engineering)
Fermi-Funktion {f} (Kerntechnik)
Fermi function (nuclear engineering)
Fermi-Gas {n}
Fermi gas
Fermi-Konstante {f} (Kerntechnik)
Fermi constant (nuclear engineering)
Fermi-Niveau {n}; Fermi-Grenze {f}; Fermi-Kante {f} (Kerntechnik)
Fermi level (nuclear engineering)
Fermi-Resonanz {f} [chem.] [phys.]
Fermi resonance
Fermium {n} [chem.]
fermium
Fermium {n} Fm [chem.]
fermium
fern
distant
Fern...
long distance
Fern...
remote
Fern...
distal
entfernt, fern {adj}
entfernter, ferner
entfernten, am fernsten {adj}
ferne Zukunft
remote
remoter
remotest
remote future
entfernt, fern, vage {adv}
remotely
fern, weit {adj}
ferner, weiter
am fernsten, am weitesten
fern jeder Zivilisation
far
farther, further
farthest, furthest
far from any semblance of civilization
fern sein von
to be far off
fern, entfernt {adj}
distant
fern {adv}, weit fort, in weiter Ferne
afar
fern {adv}
aloof
fernbleiben von
fernbleibend
ferngeblieben
bleibt fern
blieb fern
to absent oneself from
absenting
absented
absents
absented
fernsehen
fernsehend
ferngesehen
er
sie sieht fern
ich
er
sie sah fern
er
sie hat
hatte ferngesehen
to watch TV, to watch television, to watch telly [Br.]
watching television
watched television
he
she watches television
I
he
she watched television
he
she has
had watched television
nah {adj}
nher
am nchsten, nchst
von nah und fern
near
nearer
nearest
from near and far
sah fern
televiewed
weit, fern {adv}
weit und breit
weit weg, weitab
weit drauen
far
far and wide
far away
far out
blieb fern
absented
bleibt fern
absents
fern
afar
fern
aloof
fern
aloofly
fern, weit
far
fern jeder Zivilisation
far from any semblance of civilization
Fern
long distance
Fern-
remote
entfernt, Fern..
remote
entfernt
fern
remote
Fern...
long-distance; remote
etw. abwenden; etw. fernhalten; etw. verhindern {vt}
abwendend; fernhaltend; verhindernd
abgewendet; ferngehalten; verhindert
wendet ab; hlt fern; verhindert
wendete ab; hielt fern; verhinderte
um ... abzuwenden; um ... zu verhindern
eine Gefahr abwenden
Die Tragdie htte verhindert werden knnen wenn ...
Ein Katastrophe konnte gerade noch verhindert werden.
Er bemhte sich keinen Verdacht zu erregen.
to avert sth.
averting
averted
averts
averted
to avert ...
to avert a risk threat
The tragedy could have been averted if ...
A disaster was narrowly averted.
He did his best to avert suspicion.
entfernt; fern {adj}
entfernter; ferner
entfernten; am fernsten {adj}
ferne Zukunft
remote
remoter
remotest
remote future
entfernt; fern; vage {adv}
remotely
fern; weit {adj}
ferner; weiter
am fernsten; am weitesten
fern jeder Zivilisation
Weit gefehlt.; Bei weitem nicht.
far
farther; further
farthest; furthest
far from any semblance of civilization civilisation
Far from it.
fern {prp; +Dat.}
fern der Heimat leben
far from; far away from; a long way from
to live far from home; to live a long way from home
fern liegen; fernliegen [alt]
Das liegt mir fern.
Es liegt mir fern das zu tun.
to be far from
That is the last thing I want to do.
I shouldn't dream of doing that.
fern; entfernt {adj}
distant
fern {adv}
aloof; aloofly
jdn. etw. von jdm. etw. fernhalten; abhalten {vt}
fernhaltend; abhaltend
ferngehalten; abgehalten
Jugendliche von Drogen fernhalten
die Schulkinder zu Hause lassen
ein Feuer anmachen um wilde Tiere fernzuhalten
Halte bitte den Hund von der Couch fern.
Die Scheibe hlt den Wind ab.
Wie knnen wir die Fliegen von dem Essen hier abhalten?
Rhr' mich nicht an!
Hnde weg!; Finger weg!
Krankheitshalber musste er mehrere Tage der Arbeit fernbleiben.
to keep sb. sth. away from sb. sth.; to keep sb. sth. off sb. sth.
keeping away; keeping off
kept away; kept off
to keep teenagers off drugs
to keep children off school
to light a fire to keep off wild animals
Please keep the dog off the sofa.
The pane keeps away off the wind.
How are we going to keep the lies off this food?
Keep your hands off me!
Keep your hands off!; Don't touch!
His illness kept him away from work for several days.
fernsehen; ferngucken [Norddt.] [ugs.]; fernschauen [Sddt.] [s.] [Schw.] {vi}
fernsehend; fernguckend; fernschauend
ferngesehen; ferngeguckt; ferngeschaut
er sie sieht fern
ich er sie sah fern
er sie hat hatte ferngesehen
Ich mchte meine Lieblings-Fernsehshow sehen.
Siehst du dir heute im Fernsehen das Spiel gegen Italien an?
to watch television; to watch TV; to watch telly [Br.]
watching television; watching TV
watched television; watched TV
he she watches television
I he she watched television
he she has had watched television
I want to watch my favourite TV show.
Are you watching the Italy game on TV tonight?
nah {adj}
nher
am nchsten; nchst
von nah und fern
near
nearer
nearest
from near and far
weit; fern {adv}
weit weg; weitab
weit drauen
von weitem her
far
far away
far out
from far away
weit (weg); fern {adv}; weit fort; in weiter Ferne
von weit her; aus der Ferne
afar
from afar
weitentfernt; fern {adj}
Es ist weit entfernt.
faraway
It's far away.
Abflle fern von Nutzpflanzen vergraben. (Sicherheitshinweis)
Residues must be disposed of away from vegetation. (safety note)
Hektik {f}; Hetze {f}; Rastlosigkeit {f} (Lebensweise)
die Hektik der Weihnachtseinkufe
der Hektik der Stadt entfliehen
fernab der Alltagshektik Hektik des Alltags
abseits der Hektik und doch so nah am Geschehen
frantic pace; hectic pace; hectic rush; hurly-burly
the hectic rush of Christmas shopping
to get away escape from the hectic pace of the city
far from the bustle of everyday life
away from the hurly-burly and yet close to the action
Fernabsatz {m} [econ.]
distance selling
gelten; gltig sein {vi}
geltend
gegolten
es gilt
es galt
sie galten
es hat hatte gegolten
es glte
Fr den Fernabsatz gilt grundstzlich dass ...
Bei der Auswahl Arbeitsuche beim Waffengebrauch gilt grundstzlich dass ...
to be valid
being valid
been valid
it is valid
it was valid
they were valid
it has had been valid
I he she would be valid
Distance selling is governed by the general rule that ...; Distance selling is subject to the general rule that ...
As a general rule principle when making your choices seeking a job using weapons ...
Fernabschaltung {f}
remotr de-energization
Fernabschaltung
de-energization remote
Fernabschaltung {f}
remote de-energization [eAm.]; remote de-energisation [Br.]
Juan-Fernandez-Sturmvogel {m} [ornith.]
Juan Fernandez Petrel
Juan-Fernandez-Kolibri {m} [ornith.]
Fernandez Firecrown
Juan-Fernandez-Tachuri {m} [ornith.]
Juan Fernandez Tit Tyrant
Fernanruf {m}
distant call
Fernanruf
distant call
Fernanruf {m}
Fernanrufe {pl}
distant call
distant calls
Fernanwesenheit {f}; Teleprsenz {f}
telepresence
Fernanzeige {f}
remote indication
Fernanzeige {f}
Fernanzeigen {pl}
remote indication
remote indications
militrische Aufklrung {f}; Aufklrung {f} [mil.]
Allwetteraufklrung {f}
Artillerieaufklrung {f}
Fcheraufklrung {f}
Fernaufklrung {f}
Gasaufklrung {f}
Gefechtsaufklrung {f}
Gefechtsfeldaufklrung {f}
Gegenaufklrung {f}
Infrarotaufklrung {f}
Jagdaufklrung {f}
Kampfaufklrung {f}
Kontaktaufklrung {f}
Kstenaufklrung {f}
Luftaufklrung {f}
Marschaufklrung {f}
Nahaufklrung {f}
Panzeraufklrung {f}
Pionieraufklrung {f}
Satellitenaufklrung {f}
Seeaufklrung {f}
bewaffnete Aufklrung
elektronische Aufklrung
Aufklrung bei Tageslicht; Tagaufklrung {f}
Aufklrung bei Nacht; Nachtaufklrung {f}
reconnaissance; recce [Br.] [coll.]; recon [Am.] [coll.]; military scouting (rare)
all-weather reconnaissance
artillery reconnaissance
fanwise reconnaissance
distant reconnaissance
gas reconnaissance
battle reconnaissance; combat reconnaissance
battlefield reconnaissance
counter-reconnaissance
infrared reconnaissance; IR reconnaissance
fighter reconnaissance
combat reconnaissance
contact reconnaissance
coast reconnaissance; coastal reconnaissance
air reconnaissance; aerial reconnaissance
march reconnaissance
close reconnaissance; local reconnaissance
armoured [Br.] armored [Am.] reconnaissance
engineer reconnaissance
satellite reconnaissance
naval reconnaissance
armed reconnaissance
electronic reconnaissance
daylight reconnaissance
night reconnaissance
Fernbeben {n} [geol.]
distant earthquake; earthquake with remote epicentre; teleseism
fernbedienen {vt}
to control remote
fernbedienen
to teleguide
fernbedienen
teleguide
etw. fernbedienen {vt} [techn.]
fernbedienend
fernbedient
to control remote sth.
controlling remote
controlled remote
Fernbedienung {f}
Fernbedienungen {pl}
remote control
remote controls
Fernbedienung {f}
teleguidance
Fernsteuerung, Fernbedienung
remote control
Fernbedienung
teleguidance
Fernbedienung
remote control
Fernbedienung {f}
Fernbedienungen {pl}
remote control; remote [coll.]; clicker
remote controls
Fernbeziehung {f} [soc.]
Fernbeziehungen {pl}
long-distance relationship
long-distance relationships
Telebild {n}, Fernbild {n}
telephotograph, telephoto
Telebild {n}; Fernbild {n}
telephotograph; telephoto
Fernbilder, Telefotographien
telephotographs
Abwesenheit, Fehlen, Fernbleiben
absence
Fernbleiben, Fehlen
absenteeism
unbegrndetes Fernbleiben, Fehlen
absenteeism
unentschuldigtes Fernbleiben
absenteeism
unerlaubtes Fernbleiben
absence without leave
unerlaubtes Fernbleiben
absence without permission
hufige, lngere (unentschuldigte) Abwesenheit {f}, Fernbleiben {n}, Schwnzen {n}
absenteeism
entschuldigtes Fernbleiben
authorized absence
einer Abstimmung fernbleiben
to abstain from voting
unentschuldigt {adj}
unentschuldigtes Fernbleiben (von)
without giving any reasons
absence (from)
abwesend, fernbleiben
absent
fernbleiben von
absent oneself from
Fernbleiben
absenteeism
einer Abstimmung fernbleiben
abstain from voting
hufige lngere (unentschuldigte) Abwesenheit {f}; Fernbleiben {n}; Schwnzen {n}; Absentismus {m}
absenteeism
entschuldigtes Fernbleiben; entschuldigte Fehlzeit
authorized absence
einer Sache fernbleiben; ausbleiben; wegbleiben; nicht (mehr) kommen {vi}
von zu Hause wegbleiben
der Gerichtsverhandlung fernbleiben
Die Touristen sind in diesem Sommer massenweise ausgeblieben.
to stay away (from sth.)
to stay away from home
to stay away from the court hearing
Tourists have stayed away in droves this summer.
Schulschwnzen {n}
Fernbleiben {n} vom Unterricht
truancy
truancy
abwesend, fernbleibend, fehlend, ausbleibend {adj}
unerlaubt abwesend von der Truppe [mil.]
absent
absent without leave (AWOL)
fernbleibend
absenting
abwesend; fernbleibend; fehlend; ausbleibend {adj}
abwesend ohne Erlaubnis
unerlaubt abwesend von der Truppe [mil.]
absent
absent without leave
absent without leave AWOL
berlandbus {m}; Fernbus {m} [auto] [transp.]
berlandbusse {pl}; Fernbusse {pl}
Fernbus von Stadt zu Stadt
long-distance coach [Br.]; long-distance bus [Am.]
long-distance coaches; long-distance buses
intercity coach [Br.]; intercity bus [Am.]
Ferndiagnose {f}
Ferndiagnosen {pl}
remote diagnosis
remote diagnoses
Ferndiagnose {f}
telediagnosis
Ferndiagnose
remote diagnosis
Ferndiagnose
telediagnosis
Ferndiagnose {f}
Ferndiagnosen {pl}
remote diagnosis; telediagnosis
remote diagnoses; telediagnoses
Ferne, Entfernung
distance
Ferne {f}
in der Ferne
aus der Ferne
distance
in the distance
from a distance
aus der Ferne
from afar
Ferne {f}
aloofly
(ein Mdchen aus der Ferne) verehren
to carry a torch for [Am.] [fig.]
Ferne
aloofly
in der Ferne
in the distance
ferne Zukunft
remote future
und tatschlich; dann auch
"Halt " sagte er "ich hre etwas." und tatschlich hrten wir in der Ferne ein Auto das nherkam.
Ich habe gesagt sie wird das vergessen und so war es dann auch.
sure enough
'Stop ' he said 'I can hear something.' Sure enough in the distance we could hear a car approaching.
I said she'd forget and sure enough she did.
in weiter Ferne liegen [btr.]; schwer zu erreichen sein
to be far from reach
'An die ferne Geliebte' (von Beethoven Werktitel) [mus.]
'To the Distant Beloved' (by Beethoven work title)
Fernempfang {f}
longrange reception; long-distance reception
im Fernen Osten selbst
in the Far East proper
auch, ebenso, ferner, auerdem {adv}
ich auch
ich auch nicht
also, too
me too
neither do I
auerdem, berdies, ferner {adv}
moreover
ferner
also
ferner
moreover
ferner, weiter, berdies
further, farther
wieder, noch einmal, nochmals, abermals, ferner {adv}
nie wieder, nie mehr
mal wieder
again
never again
once again
Fernost {m}, Ferner Osten [geogr.]
Far East
wieder(um), ferner, dagegen
against
auch, ausserdem, ferner
also
ferner
farther
ferner, foerdere
further
ferner
further
zudem, auerdem, ferner, zustzlich
in addition
auerdem; berdies; ferner; fernerhin {adv}
moreover
ferner; weiters [s.]; des Weiteren; darber hinaus {adv} (als weiterer Punkt in einer Aufzhlung)
Ferner Weiters [s.] mchte ich sie bitten ...
also; furthermore; further (formal); moreover (formal) (as a further point when listing things)
Also let me ask you to ...
Fernost {m}; Ferner Osten [geogr.]
Far East
fernere, weiter
farther
knftig; fernerhin {adv}; in Zukunft
for the future; in the future
Fernerkundung {f}
remote sensing
Fernerkundung {f}
Fernerkundung zur Nachtzeit
Fernerkundung zur Tageszeit
remote sensing
night-time remote sensing
day-time remote sensing
Fernerkundungsdaten {pl}
remote sensing data
Fernerkundungssatellit {m}
remote sensing satellite
Fernfahrer {m}
long-distance lorry driver, long-haul truck driver [Am.]
Fernfahrer {m}
long-distance lorry driver; long-haul truck driver [Am.]
Fernfahrerlokal {n}
truck-stop
Fernfeld {n} [electr.]
far-field
Fernfeldmessplatz {n}
region measuring station
Ferngas {n}
grid gas
Ferngas
grid gas
ferngeblieben
absented
ferngehalten
kept away
sich von jdm. etw. fernhalten; von jdm. etw. wegbleiben; jdn. etw. meiden; einen Bogen um jdn. etw. machen
sich fernhaltend; wegbleibend; meidend; einen Bogen machend
sich ferngehalten; weggeblieben; gemieden; einen Bogen gemacht
Bleibt vom Rand der Klippen weg!
Ich versuche fettes Essen zu meiden.
Um Alkohol sollten Sie einen groen Bogen machen.
Das Thema Politik vermeidet man am besten wenn mein Vater in der Nhe ist.
to keep away from sb. sth.; to keep off sb. sth.
keeping away; keeping off
kept away; kept off
Keep away from the edge of the cliff!
I'm trying to keep off fatty foods.
You should keep off alcohol.
It's best to keep off politics when my father is around. [Br.]
ferngelenktes Gescho
guided missile
ferngesehen
watched television
Ferngesprch
long-distance call
Ferngesprch
trunk call
Ferngesprch {n}
Ferngesprche {pl}
long-distance call, toll call [Am.]
long-distance calls, toll calls
Ferngesprch (Br.)
trunk call
Ferngesprch {n} [telco.]
Ferngesprche {pl}
long-distance call; trunk call; toll call [Am.]
long-distance calls; trunk calls; toll calls
ferngesteuert
remote-controlled
Ferngesteuert, fuehrte
guided
ferngesteuert {adj}
remote-controlled
fernsteuern {vt}
fernsteuernd
ferngesteuert
to telecontrol; to telecommand
telecontrolling; telecommanding
telecontrolled; telecommanded
Raketengeschoss {n}, ferngesteuerte Rakete {f}, Lenkflugkrper {m} [mil.]
Raketengeschosse {pl}, ferngesteuerte Raketen {pl}, Lenkflugkrper {pl}
guided missile
guided missiles
ferngesteuerte Rakete {f}; Raketengeschoss {n}; Raketengescho {n} [s.]; Fernlenkgeschoss {n}; Lenkflugkrper {m} [mil.]
ferngesteuerte Raketen {pl}; Raketengeschosse {pl}; Raketengeschoe {pl}; Fernlenkgeschosse {pl}; Lenkflugkrper {pl}
guided missile
guided missiles
Bot-Netz {n}; Netz ferngesteuerter gekaperter Rechner das fr illegale Aktivitten eingesetzt wird (Internet-Attacken; Spam-Versand) [comp.]
bot net (net of zombie computers that are used for illegal purposes)
Zombie-Rechner {m}; ferngesteuerter gekaperter Computer {m} [comp.]
zombie computer; zombie
Luftfahrzeug {n}; Fluggert {n}; Flugzeug {n} [aviat.]
Luftfahrzeuge {pl}; Fluggerte {pl}; Flugzeuge {pl}
unbemanntes Luftfahrzeug
ferngesteuertes Fluggert
zweistufiges Fluggert (Raumfahrt)
Flugzeug mit gepfeilten Tragflchen
Flugzeug mit absenkbarer Rumpfspitze
berflliges Luftfahrzeug
vom Kurs abgekommenes Luftfahrzeug
aircraft; craft; aerial vehicle
aircraft; craft; aerial vehicles
unmanned aerial vehicle UAV
remotely piloted aerial vehicle RPV
two-stage vehicle (astronautics)
swept wing aircraft
droop-nose aircraft
overdue aircraft
strayed aircraft
Richtmine {f}; ferngezndete Mine {f} [mil.]
Richtminen {pl}; ferngezndete Minen {pl}
directional mine; command-detonated mine
directional mines; command-detonated mines
Fernglas {n}
Fernglser {pl}
binoculars, pair of binoculars
binoculars, pairs of binoculars
Fernglas {n}
Fernglser {pl}
spyglass
spyglasses
Fernglaeser
spyglasses
Fernglas {n}; Prismenglas {n}; Feldstecher {m}; Fernstecher {n} [ugs.]; Kieker {m} [Norddt.] [ugs.]; Gucker {m} [Bayr.] [s.] [ugs.]; Binokular {n}; Binokel {n} (veraltet)
Fernglser {pl}; Prismenglser {pl}; Feldstecher {pl}; Fernstecher {pl}; Kieker {pl}; Gucker {pl}; Binokulare {pl}; Binokel {pl}
(a pair of) binoculars; (a pair of) field glasses
(pairs of) binoculars; (pairs of) field glasses
Fernglas
binocular
Fernglas
binoculars
Fernglas
field glass
Fernglas
spyglass
abhalten von, fernhalten
keep off from
das Licht fernhalten
obstruct the light
fernhalten
keep away
fernhalten
keep from
fernhalten, abhalten
keep out
abseits {adv}
sich abseits halten von, sich fernhalten von
abseits der anderen stehen
aloof
to keep aloof from
to stand aloof from the others
fernhalten
fernhaltend
to keep away
keeping away
sich fernhalten von
to keep out of
fernhalten
hold off
fernhalten von
keep out of
abseits {adv}
sich abseits halten von; sich fernhalten von
abseits der anderen stehen
aloof
to keep aloof from
to stand aloof from the others
versperren; blockieren; hemmen; verbauen {vt}
versperrend; blockierend; hemmend; verbauend
versperrt; blockiert; gehemmt; verbaut
versperrt; blockiert; hemmt; verbaut
versperrte; blockierte; hemmte; verbaute
Licht fernhalten
to obstruct
obstructing
obstructed
obstructs
obstructed
to obstruct the light
Von Wohnpltzen fernhalten. (Sicherheitshinweis)
Keep away from living quarters. (safety note)
Von Zndsprengstoffen anderen Explosivstoffen fernhalten. (Sicherheitshinweis)
Store and transport separately from detonators other explosives. (safety note)
Von Nahrungsmitteln Getrnken und Futtermitteln fernhalten. (Sicherheitshinweis)
Keep away from foodstuffs beverages and feed feeding stuffs. (safety note)
Von Zndquellen fernhalten - Nicht rauchen. (Sicherheitshinweis)
Keep away from sources of ignition - No smoking. (safety note)
Von brennbaren Stoffen fernhalten. (Sicherheitshinweis)
Keep away from combustible material. (safety note)
Von Metall und Metallsalzen fernhalten. (Sicherheitshinweis)
Store separately from metals and metallic salts. (safety note)
Von explosionsfhigen Stoffen fernhalten. (Sicherheitshinweis)
Keep away from explosive substances. (safety note)
sich von jdm. etw. fernhalten
jdm. etw. aus dem Weg gehen
jdm. etw. meiden
to steer clear of so. sth.
to steer clear of so. sth.
to steer clear of so. sth.
sich von etw. fernhalten
to abstain from sth.
fernhaltend
keeping away
Fernheizkraftwerk {n}
Fernheizkraftwerke {pl}
district heating power station
district heating power stations
Fernheizstation {f}
long-distance heating station
Fernheizstation {f}
Fernheizstationen {pl}
long-distance heating station
long-distance heating stations
Fernheizung {f}
district heating
Fernheizung
district heating
Fernverbindungskabel {n}; Fernkabel {n}; Weitverkehrskabel {n} [telco.]
Fernverbindungskabel {pl}; Fernkabel {pl}; Weitverkehrskabel {pl}
toll cable; trunk cable [Br.]
toll cables; trunk cables
Fernkamera {f}
telephote
Fernkamera
telephote
Fernkonfiguration {f}
remote configuration
Fernkopie {f}
telecopy
fernkopieren, Fernkopie
telecopy
Fernkopieren {n}
facsimile communication
Fernkopieren {n}
telecopying
fernkopieren
to telecopy
Fernkopieren
facsimile communication
Fernkopieren
telecopying
Fernkopieren {n} [telco.]
facsimile communication
fernkopieren {vt}
fernkopierend
fernkopiert
to telecopy
telecopying
telecopied
Fernkopierer {m}
remote copier
Fernkopierer
remote copier
Fernkopierer {m}
Fernkopierer {pl}
remote copier
remote copiers
Fernkopiergert {n}
telecopier
Fernkopiergeraet
telecopier
Fernkopiergert {n}
Fernkopiergerte {pl}
telecopier
telecopiers
Fernkurs, Fernlehrgang, Fernunterricht
correspondence course
Fernkurs {m}
correspondence course
Fernkurs
correspondence course
Fernkurs {m}
Fernkurse {pl}
correspondence course
correspondence courses
Lastwagenfahrer {m}, Fernlastfahrer {m}
trucker [Am.]
Lastwagenfahrer {m}; Fernlastfahrer {m}
Lastwagenfahrer {pl}; Fernlastfahrer {pl}
trucker [Am.]
truckers
Lastenfernverkehr, Fernlastverkehr
long distance haulage
Fernlehrgang {m}
Fernlehrgnge {pl}
telecourse
telecourses
Fernlehrgaenge
telecourses
Fernlehrgang
telecourse
Fernleihbestellung {f}
interlibrary loan request
Fernleihe {f}
interlending
Fernleihe {f}
inter-library loan
Fernleihe {f} (Entleihsystem)
ein Buch ber Fernleihe bestellen
interlibrary loan; interlending [Br.] (lending system)
to request a book through interlibrary loan interlending [Br.]
Fernleihverkehr {m}
inter-library lending
Fernleihverkehr {m}
interlibrary lending
Sauerstoff-Fernleitung {f}
oxygen pipeline
berspannung {f} durch eine Fernleitung; Kreuzung {f} mit einer Fernleitung (Bahn) [electr.]
traverse of a power transmission line (railway)
Fernlenkgeschoss {n} [mil.]
Fernlenkgeschosse {pl}
missile
missiles
Fernlenkung {f}
radio control
Fernsteuerung {f}, Fernlenkung {f}
remote control
Fernlenkung
radio control
Fernsteuerung {f}; Fernlenkung {f}
remote control; distant control
Fernlicht {n} [auto]
upper beam headlights, full beam, high beam
Fernlicht
full beam
Fernlicht
upper beam headlights
Fernlicht {n} [auto]
upper beam headlights; full beam; high beam
Fernlichtes
beams
Fernlichtleitung
main beam lead
Fernmaschinenschreiber {m}
teletypist
Fernmaschinenschreiber
teletypist
Fernmaschinenschreiberin
teletypists
Kommunikationssystem {n}; Fernmeldeanlage {f}
Kommunikationssysteme {pl}; Fernmeldeanlagen {pl}
communication system
communication systems
Fernmeldebataillon {n} [mil.]
Fernmeldebataillone {pl}
signal regiment [Br.], signal battalion [Am.]
signal regiments, signal battalions
Fernmeldebataillon {n} [mil.]
Fernmeldebataillone {pl}
signal regiment [Br.]; signal battalion [Am.]
signal regiments; signal battalions
Fernmeldedienst {m}
signal-service
Fernmeldedienst
signal-sevice
Fernmeldeeinrichtungen
communications facilities
Schwachstromkabel {n}; Fernmeldekabel {n} [electr.]
Schwachstromkabel {pl}; Fernmeldekabel {pl}
communication cable
communication cables
Fernmeldenebenstelle {f} [telco.]
Fernmeldenebenstellen {pl}
tributary station
tributary stations
weitrumiges Fernmeldenetz {n} [telco.]
wide area network WAN
Fernmeldeoffizier {m} [mil.]
Fernmeldeoffiziere {pl}
chiffre officer
chiffre officers
Fernmelder {m}, Funker {m} [mil.]
Fernmelder {pl}, Funker {pl}
signalman
signalmen
Fernmelder {m}; Funker {m} [mil.]
Fernmelder {pl}; Funker {pl}
signalman
signalmen
Fernmeldestelle {f}
telecommunications centre [Br.] center [Am.]
Fernmeldetechnik
telecommunications
Fernmeldetechnik {f}
telecommunication, telecommunications
Fernmeldetechnik
telecommunication
Fernmeldetechnik {f}
telecommunication; telecommunications
Nachrichtentechnik {f}; Fernmeldetechnik {f}; Schwachstromtechnik {f} [techn.]
telecommunications; communications; telecommunication communication engineering; communication technology
auf fernmeldetechnischem Wege
by telecommunication channels
Fernmeldetruppe {f} [mil.]
Signals, Royal Corps of Signals [Br.]
Fernmeldetruppe {f} [mil.]
Signals; Royal Corps of Signals [Br.]
Fernmeldeturm {m} [telco.]
Fernmeldetrme {pl}
telecommunications tower
telecommunications towers; telecommunication towers
Sonderorganisationen der Vereinten Nationen
UNO-Organisation fr Ernhrung und Landwirtschaft FAO
Weltbank; Internationale Bank fr Wiederaufbau und Entwicklung
Internationale Zivilluftfahrtorganisation ICAO
Internationale Entwicklungsorganisation IDA
Internationaler Fonds fr landwirtschaftliche Entwicklung IFAD
Internationale Finanzkorporation IFC
Internationale Arbeitsorganisation IAO
Internationale Seeschifffahrtsorganisation IMO
Internationale Fernmeldeunion IFU
Internationaler Whrungsfonds IWF
Organisation der Vereinten Nationen fr Erziehung Wissenschaft und Kultur UNESCO
Organisation der Vereinten Nationen fr industrielle Entwicklung UNIDO
Welttourismusorganisation UNWTO
Weltpostverein WPV
Weltgesundheitsorganisation WHO
Weltorganisation fr geistiges Eigentum WIPO
Weltorganisation fr Meteorologie WMO
United Nations specialized agencies
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO
World Bank; International Bank for Reconstruction and Development IBRD
International Civil Aviation Organization ICAO
International Development Association IDA
International Fund for Agricultural Development IFAD
International Finance Corporation IFC
International Labour Organization ILO
International Maritime Organization IMO
International Telecommunication Union ITU
International Monetary Fund IMF
United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO
United Nations Industrial Development Organizatio UNIDO
World Tourism Organization UNWTO
Universal Postal Union UPU
World Health Organization WHO
World Intellectual Property Organization WIPO
World Meteorological Organization WMO
Fernmeldeverkehr {m}, Fernmeldeverbindung {f}
telecommunication
Fernmeldeverbindung
telecommunication
Fernmeldeverkehr, Fernmeldeverbindung
telecommunication
Fernmeldeverkehr {m}; Fernmeldeverbindung {f}
telecommunication
Fernmeldeverbindungen
telecommunications

Deutsche Synonyme fr Aask��fer

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Englische Synonyme fr Ferdinand the Good

Lexikoneintrge fr Ferdinand the Good

Good (superl.) Possessing desirable qualities
Good (superl.) Possessing moral excellence or virtue
Good (superl.) Kind
Good (superl.) Serviceable
Good (superl.) Clever
Good (superl.) Adequate
Good (superl.) Real
Good (superl.) Not small, insignificant, or of no account
Good (superl.) Not lacking or deficient
Good (superl.) Not blemished or impeached
Good (n.) That which possesses desirable qualities, promotes success, welfare, or happiness, is serviceable, fit, excellent, kind, benevolent, etc.
Good (n.) Advancement of interest or happiness
Good (n.) Wares
Good (adv.) Well, -- especially in the phrase as good, with a following as expressed or implied
Good (v. t.) To make good
Good (v. t.) To manure
Good-by (n. / interj.) Alt. of Good-bye
Good-bye (n. / interj.) Farewell
Good-den (interj.) A form of salutation.
Good-fellowship (n.) Agreeable companionship
Good-humored (a.) Having a cheerful spirit and demeanor
Good-humoredly (adv.) With a cheerful spirit
Good-looking (a.) Handsome.
Good-natured (a.) Naturally mild in temper
Good-naturedly (adv.) With maldness of temper.
Good now () An exclamation of wonder, surprise, or entreaty.
Good-tempered (a.) Having a good temper

Weitere Lexikoneintrge

turn good turn a favor for someone, he did me a good turn
charm
good luck charm
something believed to bring good luck
commodity
trade good
good
articles of commerce
worldly possession
worldly good
a commodity or good associated with the earthly, rather than the spiritual, existence of human beings
good-temperedness
good-humoredness
good-humouredness
good-naturedness
a cheerful willingness to be obliging
good nature a cheerful, obliging disposition
grace good will
goodwill
a disposition to kindness and compassion, the victor's grace in treating the vanquished
neighborliness
neighbourliness
good-neighborliness
good-neighbourliness
a disposition to be friendly and helpful to neighbors
handsomeness
good looks
the quality of having regular well-defined features (especially of a man)
good goodness moral excellence or admirableness, there is much good to be found in people
good faith
straightness
having honest intentions, he acted in good faith, doubt was expressed as to the good faith of the immigrants
good form behavior that conforms to social conventions of the time, it is not good form to brag about winning
courtesy
good manners
a courteous manner
good part a place of especial strength
good goodness that which is pleasing or valuable or useful, weigh the good against the bad, among the highest goods of all are happiness and selfealization
good benefit, for your own good, what's the good of worrying?
common good
commonweal
the good of a community
common sense
good sense
gumption
horse sense
sense mother wit
sound practical judgment, Common sense is not so common, he hasn't got the sense God gave little green apples, fortunately she had the good sense to run away
exemplar
example model good example
something to be imitated, an exemplar of success, a model of clarity, he is the very model of a modern major general
good continuation
continuation
law of continuation
a Gestalt principle of organization holding that there is an innate tendency to perceive a line as continuing its established direction
Bible
Christian Bible
Book Good Book
Holy Scripture
Holy Writ
Scripture
Word of God
Word
the sacred writings of the Christian religions, he went to carry the Word to the heathen
f adieu
adios
arrivederci
auf wiedersehen
au revoir
bye
bye-bye
cheerio
good-by
goodby
good-bye
goodbye
good day
sayonara
so long
a farewell remark, they said their good-byes
good morning
morning
a conventional expression of greeting or farewell
good afternoon
afternoon
a conventional expression of greeting or farewell
good night a conventional expression of farewell
good word good news
good authority testimony by someone who should know, I have it on good authority
recommendation testimonial
good word
something that recommends (or expresses commendation of) a person or thing as worthy or desirable
funny story
good story
funny remark
funny
an account of an amusing incident (usually with a punch line), she told a funny story, she made a funny
good time
blast
a highly pleasurable or exciting experience, we had a good time at the party, celebrating after the game was a blast
break good luck
happy chance
an unexpected piece of good luck, he finally got his big break
good will
goodwill
the friendly hope that something will succeed
good humor
good humour
good temper
amiability
a cheerful and agreeable mood
Ferdinand and Isabella joint monarchs of Spain, Ferdinand V and Isabella I
Cape Province
Cape of Good Hope Province
Cape Colony
a former province of southern South Africa that was settled by the Dutch in and ceded to Great Britain in , in it was split into three new provinces of South Africa
Cape of Good Hope a province of western South Africa
Cape of Good Hope a point of land in southwestern South Africa (south of Cape Town)
eudemon
eudaemon
good spirit
a benevolent spirit
goldbrick
goof-off
ne'er-do-well
good-for-nothing
no-account
good-for-naught
an idle worthless person
good egg (old-fashioned slang) a good person
good guy any person who is on your side
good old boy
good ole boy
good ol' boy
a white male Southerner with an unpretentious convivial manner and conservative or intolerant attitudes and a strong sense of fellowship with and loyalty to other members of his peer group
good person a person who is good to other people
good Samaritan a person who voluntarily offers help or sympathy in times of trouble
speller
good speller
poor speller
someone who spells words
Cohn
Ferdinand Julius Cohn
German botanist who is generally recognized as founding bacteriology when he recognized bacteria as plants
Delacroix
Eugene Delacroix
Ferdinand Victor Eugene Delacroix
French romantic painter (-)
de Saussure
Ferdinand de Saussure
Saussure
Swiss linguist and expert in historical linguistics whose lectures laid the foundations for synchronic linguistics (-)
Ferdinand I
Ferdinand the Great
king of Castile and Leon who achieved control of the Moorish kings of Saragossa and Seville and Toledo (-)
Ferdinand I Holy Roman Emperor and king of Hungary and Bohemia (-)
Ferdinand II Holy Roman Emperor and king of Bohemia and Hungary who waged war against Protestant forces (-)
Ferdinand III Holy Roman Emperor and king of Hungary and Bohemia who signed the Peace of Westphalia ending the Thirty Years' War (-)
Ferdinand
King Ferdinand
Ferdinand of Aragon
Ferdinand V
Ferdinand the Catholic
the king of Castile and Aragon who ruled jointly with his wife Isabella, his marriage to Isabella I in marked the beginning of the modern state of Spain and their capture of Granada from the Moors in united Spain as one country, they instituted the Spanish Inquisition in and supported the expedition of Christopher Columbus in (-)
Francis Ferdinand
Franz Ferdinand
archduke of Austria and heir apparent to Francis Joseph I, his assassination at Sarajevo triggered the outbreak of World War I (-)
Helmholtz
Hermann von Helmholtz
Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz
Baron Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand von Helmholtz
German physiologist and physicist (-)
a Jesus
Jesus of Nazareth
the Nazarene
Jesus Christ
Christ
Savior Saviour Good Shepherd
Redeemer
Deliverer a
a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth, his life and sermons form the basis for Christianity (circa BC - AD )
Lesseps
Ferdinand de Lesseps
Vicomte Ferdinand Marie de Lesseps
French diplomat who supervised the construction of the Suez Canal (-)
Magellan
Ferdinand Magellan
Fernao Magalhaes
Portuguese navigator in the service of Spain, he commanded an expedition that was the first to circumnavigate the world (-)
Mobius
August F. Mobius
August Ferdinand Mobius
German mathematician responsible for the Mobius strip (-)
Morton
Jelly Roll Morton
Ferdinand Joseph La Menthe Morton
United States jazz musician who moved from ragtime to New Orleans jazz (-)
Perutz
Max Perutz
Max Ferdinand Perutz
English biochemist (born in Austria), studied the molecular structure of blood (-)
Zeppelin
Count Ferdinand von Zeppelin
German inventor who designed and built the first rigid motorized dirigible (-)
good luck
fluke
good fortune
a stroke of luck
good-king-henry
allgood
fat hen
wild spinach Chenopodium bonus-henricus
European plant naturalized in North America, often collected from the wild as a potherb
good will
goodwill
(accounting) an intangible asset valued according to the advantage or reputation a business has acquired (over and above its tangible assets)
b batch
deal
flock
good deal
great deal
hatful heap
lot
mass
mess
mickle
mint
mountain
muckle
passel
peck
pile
plenty
pot quite a little
raft
sight
slew
spate
stack
tidy sum
wad v b a
(often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent, a batch of letters, a deal of trouble, a lot of money, he made a mint on the stock market, see the rest of the winners in our huge passel of photos, it must have cost plenty, a slew of journalists, a wad of money
good health
healthiness
the state of being vigorous and free from bodily or mental disease
good fortune
luckiness
good luck
an auspicious state resulting from favorable outcomes
good weather weather suitable for outdoor activities
Good Friday Friday before Easter
auld langsyne
langsyne
old times
good old days
past times remembered with nostalgia
have a ball
have a good time
enjoy oneself greatly, We had a ball at the party and didn't come home until AM
benefit do good be beneficial for, This will do you good
make good act as promised, make good on promises
beneficial
good
promoting or enhancing well-being, an arms limitation agreement beneficial to all countries, the beneficial effects of a temperate climate, the experience was good for her
full
good
having the normally expected amount, gives full measure, gives good measure, a good mile from here
fine-looking
good-looking
better-looking
handsome
well-favored
well-favoured
pleasing in appearance especially by reason of conformity to ideals of form and proportion, a fine-looking woman, a good-looking man, better-looking than her sister, very pretty but not so extraordinarily handsome- Thackeray, our southern women are well-favored- Lillian Hellman
dear
good
near
with or in a close or intimate relationship, a good friend, my sisters and brothers are near and dear
good thorough, had a good workout, gave the house a good cleaning
in good taste(p) satisfying generally accepted social or esthetic standards
good generally admired, good taste
effective
good
in effect(p)
in force(p)
exerting force or influence, the law is effective immediately, a warranty good for two years, the law is already in effect (or in force)
good
well(p)
resulting favorably, it's a good thing that I wasn't there, it is good that you stayed, it is well that no one saw you, all's well that ends well
good
undecomposed
unspoiled
unspoilt
not left to spoil, the meat is still good
good
honest
not forged, a good dollar bill
good having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified, good news from the hospital, a good report card, when she was good she was very very good, a good knife is one good for cutting, this stump will make a good picnic table, a good check, a good joke, a good exterior paint, a good secretary, a good dress for the office
good enough adequately good for the circumstances, if it's good enough for you it's good enough for me
rubber
no-good
returned for lack of funds, a rubber check, a no-good check
good morally admirable
good-natured having an easygoing and cheerful disposition, too good-natured to resent a little criticism, the good-natured policeman on our block, the sounds of good-natured play
amiable
good-humored
good-humoured
disposed to please, an amiable villain with a cocky sidelong grin- Hal Hinson
equable
even-tempered
good-tempered
placid
not easily irritated, an equable temper, not everyone shared his placid temperament, remained placid despite the repeated delays
good
salutary
tending to promote physical well-being, beneficial to health, beneficial effects of a balanced diet, a good night's sleep, the salutary influence of pure air
good
sound
in excellent physical condition, good teeth, I still have one good leg, a sound mind in a sound body
good
serious
appealing to the mind, good music, a serious book
charitable
benevolent
kindly
sympathetic
good-hearted
openhearted
large-hearted
showing or motivated by sympathy and understanding and generosity, was charitable in his opinions of others, kindly criticism, a kindly act, sympathetic words, a large-hearted mentor
good agreeable or pleasing, we all had a good time, good manners
good
right
ripe
most suitable or right for a particular purpose, a good time to plant tomatoes, the right time to act, the time is ripe for great sociological changes
good capable of pleasing, good looks
estimable
good
honorable
respectable
deserving of esteem and respect, all respectable companies give guarantees, ruined the family's good name

 

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