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Aderstruktur Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Aderstruktur {f}; Geäder {n}; Geflecht {n} von Äderchen [bot.] [med.] [zool.]
venation; pattern of veins
Aderstruktur {f}; Geäder {n}; Geflecht {n} von Äderchen [bot.] [med.] [zool.]
venation; pattern of veins
Ader {f}, Blutader {f} [anat.]
Adern {pl}
blood vessel, vein
Ader {m}, Gang {m} [geol.]
Ader {f} [electr.]
abgeschirmte Ader
core, lead
screened core
Erzgang {m}, Ader {f} (Bergbau)
Strang {m}, Ader {f}, Faden {m}, Litze {f}, Draht {m}
Stränge {pl}, Adern {pl} (im Kabel)
bluten, zur Ader lassen, schröpfen
sie blutet
sie blutete
sie hat
hatte geblutet
to bleed {bled, bled}
she bleeds
she bled
she has
had bled
Ader {f}; Blutader {f} [anat.]
Adern {pl}
blood vessel; vein
Ader {m}; Gang {m} [geol.]
Ader {f} [electr.] [telco.]
abgeschirmte Ader
A-Ader [telco.]
gekreuzte Adern
insulated wire; wire; core [Br.]; insulated conductor [Am.]
screened core
transposed cores [Br.]; transposed conductors [Am.]
jdn. zur Ader lassen; jdn. schröpfen {vt}
zur Ader lassend; schröpfend
zur Ader gelassen; geschröpft
to bleed sb. {bled; bled}
Ader-Polarität {f} [telco.]
wire polarity
Erzgang {m}; Ader {f} [min.]
Erzgänge {pl}; Adern {pl}
ore lode; metalliferous lode; ore vein; metalliferous vein; ledge vein
ore lodes; metalliferous lodes; ore veins; metalliferous veins; ledge veins
Strang {m}; Ader {f}; Faden {m}; Litze {f}; Draht {m}
Stränge {pl}; Adern {pl} (im Kabel)
Ader {f} (Erz-) [min.]
mächtige Ader
reiche Ader
vein; leader
strong vein
pay lead; pay streak
anstehen; ausstreichen; ausbeißen {vi} [geol.] [min.]
anstehend; ausstreichend; ausbeißend
angestanden; ausgestrichen; ausgebissen
anstehendes Erz; sichtbares Erz
anstehende aber überdeckte Ader
to crop out; to outcrop; to basset; to appear on the surface
cropping out; outcropwing; basseting; appearing on the surface
cropped out; outcropped; basseted; appeared on the surface
ore in sight
sub-outcrop; blind lode vein apex
Ausstrich {m}; Ausbiss {m}; Ausgehendes {n}; anstehende Ader {f} [geol.] [min.]
Ausstrich eines Ganges
Ausstrich eines Kohleflözes
Ausstrich eines Quarzganges
outcrop; crop; cropping-out lode vein; basset
outcrop of a vein; apex of a vein
subterranean outcrop; subcrop
quartz boil
Aderendhülse {f} [electr.]
wire end ferrule, end splice
Aderendhülse {f} [electr.]
Aderendhülsen {pl}
wire end ferrule; end splice
wire end ferrules; end splices
Aderhaut {f} [anat.]
Interkalarstaphylom {n}; krankhafte Vorwölbung {f} der Aderhaut [med.]
intercalary staphyloma
perichoroidal; zwischen Aderhaut und Lederhaut (liegend gelegen) {adj} [anat.]
perichoroid; perichoroidal
Sehnerven- und Aderhautentzündung {f} [med.]
Aderisolierung {f} [electr.]
wire insulation, core insulation
Aderisolierung {f} [electr.]
wire insulation; core insulation
Aderlass {m}
blood-letting, bleeding
Phlebotomie {f}, Aderlass {m} [med.]
phlebotomy, venesection
Aderlass {m} [med.] [hist.]
blood-letting; bleeding
Phlebotomie {f}; Aderlass {m} [med.]
phlebotomy; venesection
Adern, Venen
etw. masern; marmorieren; adern; ädern {vt} (Holz Anstrich)
masernd; marmorierend; adernd; ädernd
gemasert; marmoriert; geadert; geädert
to grain sth.; to vein sth. (wood coating)
graining; veining
grained; veined
Adernbelegung {f} [electr.]
Adernbelegungen {pl}
wire assignment
wire assignments
Lagerstätte {f}; Lager {n}; Vorkommen {n} [min.] [geol.]
Lagerstätten {pl}; Lager {pl}; Vorkommen {pl}
abbauwürdige Lagerstätte; abbauwürdiges Vorkommen
adernförmige Lagerstätte
antiklinale Lagerstätte
ausgebeutete Lagerstätte
erkundete Lagerstätte
gangartige Lagerstätte
gangförmiges Vorkommen
hydrothermale Lagerstätte
intrusive Lagerstätte
kontaktmetamorphe Lagerstätte
lagerförmiges Vorkommen
linsenförmige Lagerstätte
nesterförmiges Vorkommen
oberflächennahe Lagerstätte
stockförmiges Vorkommen
subvulkanische Lagerstätte
supergene Lagerstätten
verworfene Lagerstätte
wasserführende Lagerstätte
als Porenraumfüllung ausgebildete Lagerstätte
payable deposit; workable deposit
network deposit
anticlinal reservoir
depleted field
proved deposit
gangue deposit
occurrence in veins
hydrothermal deposit
intrusive deposit
contact-metamorphic deposit
occurrence in beds
lenticulat deposit
occurrence in pockets
superficial deposit
occurrence in floor
subvolcanic depposit
supergene deposits
faulted deposit
water-bearing deposit
interstitial deposit
Adernkennzeichnung {f} [electr.]
line coding
Leiterpaar {n}, Adernpaar {n} [electr.]
Leiterpaare {pl}, Adernpaare {pl}
wire pair
wire pairs
Leiterpaar {n}; Adernpaar {n} [electr.]
Leiterpaare {pl}; Adernpaare {pl}
wire pair
wire pairs
Adernschluss {m} [electr.]
interwire short
Aderquerschnitt {m} [electr.]
wire cross-section
Aderstruktur {f}; Geäder {n}; Geflecht {n} von Äderchen [bot.] [med.] [zool.]
venation; pattern of veins
Aderumhüllung {f} [electr.]
gemeinsame Aderumhüllung
core covering
inner covering

Deutsche Synonyme für Aderstruktur

Englische Synonyme für venation; pattern of veins

Lexikoneinträge für venation; pattern of veins

Pattern (n.) Anything proposed for imitation
Pattern (n.) A part showing the figure or quality of the whole
Pattern (n.) Stuff sufficient for a garment
Pattern (n.) Figure or style of decoration
Pattern (n.) Something made after a model
Pattern (n.) Anything cut or formed to serve as a guide to cutting or forming objects
Pattern (n.) A full-sized model around which a mold of sand is made, to receive the melted metal. It is usually made of wood and in several parts, so as to be removed from the mold without injuring it.
Pattern (v. t.) To make or design (anything) by, from, or after, something that serves as a pattern
Pattern (v. t.) To serve as an example for
Venation (n.) The arrangement or system of veins, as in the wing of an insect, or in the leaves of a plant. See Illust. in Appendix.
Venation (n.) The act or art of hunting, or the state of being hunted.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

a customary way of operation or behavior, it is their practice to give annual raises, they changed their dietary pattern
a decorative or artistic work, the coach had a design on the doors
fret Greek fret
Greek key
key pattern
an ornamental pattern consisting of repeated vertical and horizontal lines (often in relief), there was a simple fret at the top of the walls
herringbone herringbone pattern a pattern of columns of short parallel lines with all the lines in one column sloping one way and lines in adjacent columns sloping the other way, it is used in weaving, masonry, parquetry, embroidery
chinaware decorated with a blue Chinese design on a white background depicting a willow tree and often a river
inheritance hereditary pattern (genetics) attributes acquired via biological heredity from the parents
central veins of liver
venae centrales hepatis
terminal branches of the hepatic veins that lie in the hepatic lobules and receive blood from the liver sinusoids
ciliary veins
venae ciliares
small veins coming from the ciliary body
conjunctival veins
venae conjunctivales
veins draining the conjunctiva
superior epigastric veins
venae epigastricae superiores
veins that accompany the superior epigastric artery
episcleral veins
venae episclerales
small veins in the sclera near the corneal margin, empty into the anterior ciliary veins
esophageal veins
oesophageal veins
venae esophageae
small veins from the esophagus emptying into the brachiocephalic vein or the azygos veins
meningeal veins
venae meningeae
veins at accompany the meningeal arteries
scleral veins
venae sclerales
tributaries of the anterior ciliary veins that drain the sclera of the eye
venous blood system
(zoology) the system of venous blood vessels in an animal
venae labiales anteriores
anterior labial veins
veins from the labia majora to the external pudendal vein
venae labiales posteriores
posterior labial veins
veins that pass posterior from the labia majora to the internal pudendal vein
pattern rule formula
something regarded as a normative example, the convention of not naming the main character, violence is the rule not the exception, his formula for impressing visitors
tonal pattern
the perception of pleasant arrangements of musical notes
design pattern
something intended as a guide for making something else, a blueprint for a house, a pattern for a skirt
a perceptual structure, the composition presents problems for students of musical form, a visual pattern must include not only objects but the spaces between them
pattern a model considered worthy of imitation, the American constitution has provided a pattern for many republics
radiation pattern
radiation diagram
graphical representation (in polar or Cartesian coordinates) of the spatial distribution of radiation from an antenna as a function of angle
intonation pattern intonations characteristic of questions and requests and statements
poetic rhythm
rhythmic pattern
(prosody) a system of versification
accent speech pattern distinctive manner of oral expression, he couldn't suppress his contemptuous accent, she had a very clear speech pattern
venation (botany) the arrangement of veins in a leaf
traffic pattern
approach pattern
the path that is prescribed for an airplane that is preparing to land at an airport, the traffic patterns around O'Hare are very crowded, they stayed in the pattern until the fog lifted
holding pattern the flight path (usually circular) maintained by an aircraft that is awaiting permission to land
holding pattern a state of inaction with no progress and no change, you should go into a holding pattern until he gets over his disappointment
male-patterned baldness
male pattern baldness
loss of hair on the crown of the head
pattern-bomb bomb in certain patterns
model pattern plan or create according to a model or models
pattern form a pattern, These sentences pattern like the ones we studied before


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