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Deutsche Synonyme für Ablaufregler

Englische Synonyme für drain regulator drain controller

drain  abate  ablate  ablation  abrade  abridge  absorb  absorption  abstract  abuse  achromatize  acquire  air-dry  anhydrate  assimilate  assimilation  attrition  bake  bankrupt  bate  bereave  blackmail  blanch  bleach  bleed  bleed white  blot  blow  blow out  bog  broach  brush  bugger  burn  burn up  burning up  call  call for  catch up  cesspool  channel  claim  clap hands on  clasp  claw  clean out  clear  clear away  clear off  clear out  clear the decks  clench  clinch  cloaca  cloaca maxima  clutch  conduit  consume  consumption  contribution  cripple  culvert  cure  curtail  cut off  de-energize  debilitate  decant  decolor  decolorize  decrease  decrement  deduct  defecate  defluxion  dehumidify  dehydrate  demand  demand for  denude  deplete  depletion  deplume  depreciate  depreciation  depress  deprive  deprive of  derogate  desiccate  despoil  detract  digest  digestion  dim  diminish  disable  disbursement  discharge  discolor  disenable  disentitle  disparage  displume  dissipate  dissipation  ditch  divest  down the drain  draft  draft off  drag  drain of color  drain of resources  drain off  drain out  drainage  draw  draw down  draw from  draw off  drench  dribble away  drink up  drip  dry  dull  dump  duty  ease one of  eat  eat away  eat up  eating up  ebb  effluence  efflux  effluxion  effusion  eliminate  embrace  empty  empty out  enfeeble  ennui  erode  erosion  etiolate  evacuate  evaporate  evaporation  exaction  exhalation  exhaust  exhaustion  expend  expending  expenditure  exploit  exsiccate  extortion  extortionate demand  extract  fade  fatigue  file away  find vent  finish  finish off  finishing  fire  flay  fleece  flow  flow out  flowoff  fume  garbage dump  get  get hold of  glom on to  gobble  gobble up  gone  grab  grab hold of  grapple  grasp  grip  gripe  gush  gush out  gutter  hamstring  headchute  heavy demand  hors de combat  hug  ill-use  impair  impose upon  imposition  impost  impoverish  impoverishment  inactivate  
drainage  air-drying  anhydration  aspiration  bleeding  bloodletting  broaching  cleaning out  clearance  clearing  cupping  defecation  defluxion  dehumidification  dehydration  depletion  desiccation  discharge  discharging cargo  drafting  drain  draining  drawing  drying  drying up  effluence  efflux  effluxion  effusion  egress  elimination  emptying  evacuation  evaporation  excretion  exhalation  exhaust  exhausting  exhaustion  flowoff  gush  insolation  milking  mummification  off-loading  outfall  outflow  outflowing  outpour  outpouring  phlebotomy  pipetting  pumping  removal  runoff  siphoning  sucking  suction  tapping  unloading  venesection  venting  voidance  voiding  withering  
drained  ablated  acarpous  all in  arid  ausgespielt  barren  beat  beat up  beaten  blanched  bleached  bleached white  bone-weary  burned-out  burnt up  bushed  cachectic  celibate  childless  consumed  dead  dead-and-alive  dead-tired  deadbeat  debilitated  decolored  decolorized  depleted  desert  desolate  devitalized  disabled  dissipated  dog-tired  dog-weary  done  done in  done up  drained of color  dried-up  dry  eaten up  effete  enervated  enfeebled  eroded  eviscerated  exhausted  fagged out  failing  fallow  fatigued  feeble  finished  frail  fruitless  gaunt  gelded  gone  healthless  impotent  impoverished  in poor health  incapacitated  ineffectual  infecund  infertile  infirm  invalid  issueless  jejune  knocked out  languishing  leached  lightened  menopausal  moribund  nonfertile  nonproducing  nonproductive  nonprolific  pale  peaked  peaky  played out  pooped  pooped out  prostrate  ready to drop  reduced  reduced in health  run-down  sapped  sickly  sine prole  spent  sterile  sucked dry  teemless  tired out  tired to death  tuckered out  uncultivated  unfertile  unfruitful  unhealthy  unplowed  unproductive  unprolific  unsound  unsown  untilled  used up  valetudinarian  valetudinary  virgin  washed-up  waste  wasted  weakened  weakly  weary unto death  whacked  whitened  wiped out  with low resistance  without issue  worn  worn away  worn-out  
draining  aspiration  bleeding  bloodletting  breakdown  broaching  clamant  clamorous  cleaning out  clearance  clearing  collapse  coming apart  crack-up  cracking  crumbling  crying  cupping  decadent  declining  defecation  degenerate  demanding  depletion  deteriorating  devitalizing  discharging cargo  disintegrating  drafting  drainage  drawing  drooping  dwindling  ebbing  effete  egress  elimination  emptying  enervating  enfeebling  evacuation  exacting  excretion  exhaustedness  exhausting  exhaustion  exigent  exorbitant  extortionate  fading  failing  falling  fatiguesome  fatiguing  flagging  fragmenting  going to pieces  grasping  grueling  importunate  insistent  instant  killing  languishing  loud  marcescent  milking  nervous exhaustion  nervous prostration  off-loading  persistent  pertinacious  phlebotomy  pining  pipetting  pressing  prostration  pumping  punishing  regressive  removal  retrograde  retrogressive  sapping  shriveling  sinking  siphoning  sliding  slipping  slumping  straining  stressful  subsiding  sucking  suction  tabetic  tapping  taxing  tiresome  tiring  toilsome  trying  unloading  urgent  venesection  venting  voidance  voiding  waning  wasting  weakening  weariful  wearing  wearisome  wearying  wilting  withering  worsening  

Lexikoneinträge für drain regulator drain controller / drain regulators drain controllers

Controller (n.) One who, or that which, controls or restraines
Controller (n.) An officer appointed to keep a counter register of accounts, or to examine, rectify, or verify accounts.
Controller (n.) An iron block, usually bolted to a ship's deck, for controlling the running out of a chain cable. The links of the cable tend to drop into hollows in the block, and thus hold fast until disengaged.
Drain (v. t.) To draw off by degrees
Drain (v. t.) To exhaust of liquid contents by drawing them off
Drain (v. t.) To filter.
Drain (v. i.) To flow gradually
Drain (v. i.) To become emptied of liquor by flowing or dropping
Drain (n.) The act of draining, or of drawing off
Drain (n.) That means of which anything is drained
Drain (n.) The grain from the mashing tub
Regulator (n.) One who, or that which, regulates.
Regulator (n.) A contrivance for regulating and controlling motion, as: (a) The lever or index in a watch, which controls the effective length of the hairspring, and thus regulates the vibrations of the balance. (b) The governor of a steam engine. (c) A valve for controlling the admission of steam to the steam chest, in a locomotive.
Regulator (n.) A clock, or other timepiece, used as a standard of correct time. See Astronomical clock (a), under Clock.
Regulator (n.) A member of a volunteer committee which, in default of the lawful authority, undertakes to preserve order and prevent crimes
Tile-drain (v. t.) To drain by means of tiles
Top-drain (v. t.) To drain the surface of, as land
Water drain () A drain or channel for draining off water.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

drain
drainage
emptying something accomplished by allowing liquid to run out of it
drain a gradual depletion of energy or resources, a drain on resources, a drain of young talent by emigration
brain drain depletion or loss of intellectual and technical personnel
control
controller
a mechanism that controls the operation of a machine, the speed controller on his turntable was not working properly, I turned the controls over to her
disk controller (computer science) a circuit or chip that translates commands into a form that can control a hard disk drive
drain
drainpipe
waste pipe
a pipe through which liquid is carried away
drain tube inserted into a body cavity (as during surgery) to remove unwanted material
drain basket a filter in a sink drain, traps debris but passes water
governor
regulator
a control that maintains a steady speed in a machine (as by controlling the supply of fuel)
regulator any of various controls or devices for regulating or controlling fluid flow, pressure, temperature, etc.
trap-and-drain auger a plumber's snake for clearing a trap and drain
voltage regulator a transformer whose voltage ratio of transformation can be adjusted
cystic fibrosis transport regulator
CFTR
the gene that is mutated in cystic fibrosis
regulatory gene
regulator gene
a gene that produces a repressor substance that inhibits an operator gene
accountant
comptroller
controller
someone who maintains and audits business accounts
regulator an official responsible for control and supervision of a particular activity or area of public interest
restrainer
controller
a person who directs and restrains
phytohormone
plant hormone
growth regulator
(botany) a plant product that acts like a hormone
enfeeble
debilitate
drain
make weak, Life in the camp drained him
drain empty of liquid, drain the liquid from, We drained the oil tank
drain deplete of resources, The exercise class drains me of energy
drain the cup
drink up
drink to the last drop, drink up--there's more wine coming
drain
run out
flow off gradually, The rain water drains into this big vat

 

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