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Antriebsspindel Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Antriebsspindel {f} [techn.]
drive screw, drive stem
Antriebsspindel {f} [techn.]
drive screw; drive stem
Antriebsachse {f} [techn.]
Antriebsachsen {pl}
driving axle
driving axles
Antriebsachse {f} [auto]
Antriebsachsen {pl}
drive axle
drive axles
Antriebsaggregat {n}
Antriebsaggregate {pl}
drive assembly
drive assemblies
Antriebsaggregat
drive assembly
Antriebsaggregatkomponenten {pl} [mach.]
drive system components
Antriebsanlage {f}, Antriebssystem {n}, Kraftübertragung {f}
Antriebsanlagen {pl}, Antriebssysteme {pl}, Kraftübertragungen {pl}
drive line, drive line system, driveline, drive unit
drive lines, drive line systems, drivelines, drive units
Antriebsanlage {f}; Antriebssystem {n}; Kraftübertragung {f}
Antriebsanlagen {pl}; Antriebssysteme {pl}; Kraftübertragungen {pl}
drive line; drive line system; driveline; drive unit
drive lines; drive line systems; drivelines; drive units
Antriebsart {f}
Antriebsarten {pl}
mode of driving, type of drive
modes of driving, types of drive
Antriebsart {f}
Antriebsarten {pl}
mode of driving; type of drive
modes of driving; types of drive
Antriebsbatterien {pl} [mach.]
drive batteries
Antriebsbewegung {f}
actuator travel
Antriebsdrehmoment {n}
driving torque
Antriebseinheit {n} {f} [mach.]
Antriebseinheiten {pl}
drive unit
drive units
Antriebseinrichtung {f} [mach.]
drive equipment
Antriebselektronik {f} [mach.]
electronic appliances for drives
Antriebselemente {pl} [mach.]
drive elements
Antriebe, Antriebselemente {pl} [mach.]
driving elements
Antriebsfeder
spring
Antriebsflansche {pl} [mach.]
driving flanges
Antriebsformen {pl} [mach.]
drive forms
Antriebsgruppe {f}
Antriebsgruppen {pl}
drive group
drive groups
Antriebsgruppensteuerung {f}
drive group control
Antriebshebel {m}
Antriebshebel {pl}
crank arm
crank arms
Antriebshydraulik {f} [mach.]
drive hydraulic
Antriebskegelrad {n} [techn.]
Antriebskegelräder {pl}
bevel pinion, drive pinion, driving pinion
bevel pinions, drive pinions, driving pinions
Antriebskegelrad {n} [techn.]
Antriebskegelräder {pl}
bevel pinion; drive pinion; driving pinion
bevel pinions; drive pinions; driving pinions
Antriebskette {f} [techn.]
Antriebsketten {pl}
driving chain
driving chains
Antriebskette {f} [techn.]
secondary chain
Antriebskettenrad {n} [techn.]
Antriebskettenräder {pl}
chain drive sprocket
chain drive sprockets
Antriebskopf {m}
Antriebsköpfe {pl}
power head
power heads
Antriebskopf {m} [techn.]
Antriebsköpfe {pl}
power head; driving head
power heads; driving heads
Antriebskombination {f}
drive combination
Antriebskomponenten {pl} [mach.]
drive components
Antriebskonzept {n} [auto] [techn.]
drive concept
Antriebskraft {f}
Antriebskräfte {pl}
expansionary force
expansionary forces
Antriebskraft {f} [techn.]
driving power, motive power
Antriebskraft {f}
motive force
Antriebskraft {f}
tractive force
Antriebskraft {f} [techn.]
driving power; motive power
Antriebskraft {f}; treibende Kraft {f}
prime mover
Antriebskupplung {f}
drive coupling
Antriebskupplungen {pl} [mach.]
drive clutches
Antriebsleistung {f}
driving power, driver input
Antriebsleistung {f}
driving power; driver input
Antriebsleitebene {f}
drive control level
Antriebsloch {n} der Diskette [comp.]
Antriebslöcher {pl} der Diskette
drive hole
drive holes
Antriebsloch der Diskette
drive hole
träge; antriebslos {adj}; ohne Ehrgeiz
shiftless
Trägheit {f}, Antriebslosigkeit {f}
sluggishness, lethargy, listlessness, drowsiness
Trägheit {f}; Antriebslosigkeit {f}
sluggishness; lethargy; listlessness; drowsiness
Antriebslosigkeit {f}
torpor
Antriebsmaschine {f} [techn.]
Antriebsmaschinen {pl}
main engine, prime mover
main engines, prime movers
Antriebsmaschine {f} [techn.]
Antriebsmaschinen {pl}
main engine; prime mover
main engines; prime movers
Antriebsmaschine {f} [mach.]
prime mover
Antriebsmodule {pl} [mach.]
drive module
Antriebsmoment {n}
drive torque, driving torque, starting torque
Antriebsmoment {n}
drive torque; driving torque; starting torque
Antriebsmomentenverteilung {f} [mach.]
drive torque distribution
Antriebsmotoren {pl} [mach.]
driving motors
Antriebspakete {pl} [mach.]
drive packages
Antriebspese
spring belt
Antriebsrad {m} [techn.]
Antriebsräder {pl}
drive wheel, driving wheel, power wheel [Am.], traction wheel
drive wheels, driving wheels, power wheels, traction wheels
Antriebsrad {n} [techn.]
drive gear
Antriebsrad {n}, Laufrad {n} [techn.]
Antriebsräder {pl}, Laufräder {pl}
impeller
impellers
Antriebsrad
drive gear
Antriebsrad
impeller
Antriebsrad {m} [techn.]
Antriebsräder {pl}
drive wheel; driving wheel; power wheel [Am.]; traction wheel
drive wheels; driving wheels; power wheels; traction wheels
Antriebsrad {n}; Laufrad {n} [techn.]
Antriebsräder {pl}; Laufräder {pl}
impeller
impellers
Trägerrakete {f}; Startrakete {f}; Antriebsrakete {f}
Trägerraketen {pl}; Startraketen {pl}; Antriebsraketen {pl}
booster rocket; carrier rocket
booster rockets; carrier rockets
Antriebsregelung {f} [techn.]
drive control
Antriebsregelungen {pl} [mach.]
drive regulations
Antriebsreifen {m} [auto]
drive wheel tyre
Antriebsreifen {m} [auto]
Antriebsreifen {pl}
drive wheel tyre; drive wheel tire [Am.]
drive wheel tyres; drive wheel tires
Antriebsriemen {m} [techn.]
Antriebsriemen {pl}
drivebelt, driving belt
drivebelts, driving belts
Antriebsriemen {m} [techn.]
Antriebsriemen {pl}
drivebelt; driving belt
drivebelts; driving belts
Antriebsritzel {n}
Antriebsritzel {pl}
drive pinion
drive pinions
Antriebsritzel {n} [techn.]
Antriebsritzel {pl}
drive pinion; input gear
drive pinions; input gears
Antriebsrolle {f} [techn.]
Antriebsrollen {pl}
driving roller
driving rollers
Antriebsscheibe {f} [auto]
Antriebsscheiben {pl}
drive pulley
drive pulleys
Antriebsschlupf {m}
driving slip
Antriebsschnecke {f} [techn.]
driving worm
Antriebsschutzverriegelung {f}
drive protection interlock
Antriebsschwinge {f} [techn.]
gear support
Antriebsseite {f} [techn.]
drive end
Antriebsseite
drive end
Antriebsseite {f} [techn.]
drive end; drive side
antriebsseitig {adj}
at the driving end
Wicklungsschritt {m} antriebsseitig [electr.]
back pitch
Antriebssicherheit {f}
uplift resistance
Antriebsspindel {f} [techn.]
drive screw, drive stem
Antriebsspindel {f} [techn.]
drive screw; drive stem
Antriebsspiralen {pl} [mach.]
drive spirals
Antriebsstation {f} [techn.]
Antriebsstationen {pl}
driving station, drive station
driving stations, drive stations
Antriebsstation {f} [techn.]
Antriebsstationen {pl}
driving station; drive station
driving stations; drive stations
Antriebsstechnik {f} [mach.]
drive technology
Antriebssteuergerät {n}
Antriebssteuergeräte {pl}
drive controller
drive controllers
Antriebssteuerung {f} [mach.]
drive control
Einzelsteuerung {f}, Antriebssteuerung {f}
individual control
Einzelsteuerung, Antriebssteuerung
individual control
Einzelsteuerung {f}; Antriebssteuerung {f}
individual control
Antriebssteuerungschrank {m} [techn.]
Antriebssteuerungschränke {pl}
drive control cubicle
drive control cubicles
Einzelsteuerungs-, Antriebssteuerungsebene
individual control level
Antriebssteuerungseinrichtung {f}
drive control equipment
Antriebsstrang {m} [auto.]
power train, drive train, powertrain, drivetrain
Antriebsstrang {m} [auto]
power train; drive train; powertrain; drivetrain
Antriebsstrangattribut {n} [auto]
drivetrain attribute, powertrain attribute
Antriebsstrangattribut {n} [auto]
drivetrain attribute; powertrain attribute
Antriebssystem {n} [techn.]
Antriebssysteme {pl}
drive system
drive systems
Antriebssystem {n}
means of propulsion
Antriebstechnik {f} [techn.]
elektrische Antriebstechnik {f}
propulsion technology, drive engineering
electrical drive engineering
Antriebstechnik {f} [techn.]
elektrische Antriebstechnik {f}
propulsion technology; drive engineering
electrical drive engineering
Antriebstechnik {f} [techn.]
drive technology
Antriebsteile {pl} [mach.]
drive components
Antriebstrommeln {pl} [mach.]
driving drums
Antriebsturbine {f}
Antriebsturbinen {pl}
circulator turbine
circulator turbines
Antriebsturbinen {pl} [mach.]
drive turbines
Antriebsvorrichtung {f}
Antriebsvorrichtungen {pl}
drive unit
drive units
Antriebswelle {f}, Antriebwelle {f} [techn.]
Antriebswellen {pl}, Antriebwellen {pl}
biegsame Antriebswelle
drive shaft, motor shaft
drive shafts, motor shafts
flexible drive shaft
Antriebswelle {f} [techn.]
Antriebswellen {pl}
shaft drive
shaft drives
Antriebswelle
drive shaft
Antriebswelle
shaft drive
Achswelle {f}; Antriebswelle {f} [auto]
Achswellen {pl}; Antriebswellen {pl}
drive shaft
drive shafts
Antriebswelle {f}; Antriebwelle {f} [techn.]
Antriebswellen {pl}; Antriebwellen {pl}
biegsame Antriebswelle
drive shaft; driving shaft
drive shafts; driving shafts
flexible drive shaft
Antriebswelle {f} (Gegenstück zur Abtriebswelle) [techn.]
Antriebswellen {pl}
input shaft; primary shaft
input shafts; primary shafts
Antriebswelle {f}; Capstan {m} (Bandlaufwerk) (Audio EDV)
capstan (tape drive)
Motorwelle {f}; Antriebswelle {f} im Motor [techn.]
Motorwellen {pl}; Antriebswellen {pl} im Motor
motor shaft
motor shafts
Vorderachswelle {f} (Antriebswelle der Räder) [auto]
Vorderachswellen {pl}
front-axle shaft; differential car axle [Br.]; drive shaft [Am.]
front-axle shafts; differential car axles; drive shafts
Antriebszahnrad {n} [techn.]
Antriebszahnräder {pl}
drivegear, pinion gear drive
drivegears, pinion gear drives
Antriebszahnrad {n} [techn.]
Antriebszahnräder {pl}
drivegear; pinion gear drive
drivegears; pinion gear drives
Antriebszwecke {pl} [mach.]
drive purposes

Deutsche Synonyme für Antriebsspindel

Englische Synonyme für drive screw drive stem

drive  Autobahn  Sunday drive  US highway  acceleration  activity  actuate  advance  advance against  advance upon  adventuresomeness  adventurousness  aggravated assault  aggression  aggressiveness  airing  alley  alleyway  allude to  ambition  ambitiousness  amperage  amphibious attack  angle  animate  appeal  appliance  approach  ardor  armed assault  armipotence  army  arterial  arterial highway  arterial street  artery  assailing  assailment  assault  attack  authority  auto  automatic response  autoroute  autostrada  avenue  bait the hook  bang  banzai attack  barnstorm  be responsible for  bear  bear down upon  bear off  bear upon  beat  beef  belt highway  beset  bicycle  bike  bind  bite  bitingness  black power  blind alley  blind impulse  blitz  blitzkrieg  bob  boost  bore  boulevard  bowl  brain wave  brainstorm  breakthrough  brute force  buck  bull  bulldoze  bump  bump against  bunch  bunt  burden  burrow  burst  bus  bustle  busy  butt  butt against  bypass  byway  cage  camino real  campaign  carriageway  carry on  carry out  carry through  catch a train  cause  cause to  causeway  causey  charge  charioteer  charisma  chase  chauffeur  chaussee  circumferential  clam  close  clout  coerce  cogence  cogency  colony  commitment  compel  compulsion  concupiscence  conduct  constrain  constraint  control  convenience  copilot  corduroy road  corral  counterattack  counteroffensive  county road  coup de main  course  court  cram  crescent  crippling attack  crowd  crusade  cul-de-sac  curiosity  cuttingness  cycle  dap  dash  dead set at  dead-end street  deal with  delve  demand  descent on  desideration  desire  determination  dib  dibble  dig  dig out  dike  dint  direct  dirt road  dive  diversion  diversionary attack  dog  dredge  drift  drift off course  drill  drive at  drive on  driveway  driving force  drove  duress  dynamism  eagerness  effect  effectiveness  effectuality  effort  egg  elbow  energy  enforce  engine  enginery  enterprise  ent  
drive away  attenuate  beat back  blow off  brush off  cast forth  chase  chase away  chase off  clear away  cut  dilute  dismiss  dispel  dissipate  dissolve  drive back  evaporate  fend off  hold off  keep off  pack off  push back  put back  rebuff  refuse  repel  repulse  send away  send off  send packing  snub  spurn  thin  thin out  thrust back  turn back  volatilize  ward off  
drive back  beat back  beat off  block  brush off  chase  chase away  chase off  check  counter  cut  dismiss  drive away  fend  fend off  hinder  hold at bay  hold off  keep at bay  keep off  obstruct  pack off  parry  push back  put back  rebuff  refuse  repel  repulse  send away  send off  send packing  snub  spurn  stave off  stop  thrust back  turn aside  turn back  ward off  
drive in  automat  beanery  bistro  buffet  buvette  cafe  cafeteria  canteen  cantina  chophouse  chuck wagon  cinema  cinematograph  coffee shop  coffeehouse  coffeeroom  cookhouse  cookshack  cookshop  cram in  crowd in  diner  dining hall  dining room  dog wagon  drive-in restaurant  eatery  eating house  fast-food chain  force in  grill  grillroom  hamburger stand  hash house  hashery  hot-dog stand  impact  jam in  kinematograph  kitchen  knock in  lunch counter  lunch wagon  luncheonette  lunchroom  mess hall  movie theater  moving-picture theater  nickelodeon  pack in  picture house  picture palace  pizzeria  plunge in  poke in  pound in  press in  push in  quick-lunch counter  ram in  restaurant  run in  smorgasbord  snack bar  squeeze in  stuff in  tamp in  tavern  tearoom  thrust in  trattoria  wedge in  
drive on  accelerate  actuate  animate  bundle  bustle  cheer on  compel  crowd  dispatch  drive  egg on  expedite  forge ahead  forward  give an impetus  give momentum  go ahead  go all out  go slow  goad  goad on  haste  hasten  hasten on  hie on  hound on  hurry  hurry along  hurry on  hurry up  hustle  hustle up  impel  inch forward  incite  make things hum  motivate  move  muddle through  power  precipitate  press  press forward  press on  propel  push  push forward  push on  push through  put in motion  quicken  railroad through  root on  rush  rush along  scramble  set agoing  set going  set in motion  shoot ahead  speed  speed along  speed on  speed up  spur  spur on  stampede  step lively  thrust  urge  urge on  whip  whip along  whip on  
drive up the wall  aggravate  annoy  badger  bait  be at  bedevil  beset  bother  bristle  brown off  bug  bullyrag  burn up  chivy  devil  discompose  distemper  disturb  dog  exasperate  exercise  fash  get  gripe  harass  harry  heckle  hector  hound  irk  miff  molest  nag  needle  nettle  nudzh  peeve  persecute  pester  pick on  pique  plague  pluck the beard  pother  provoke  ride  rile  roil  ruffle  tease  torment  try the patience  tweak the nose  vex  worry  
drivel  Greek  absurdity  amphigory  babble  babblement  balderdash  balls  baloney  be insane  be stupid  bibble-babble  blabber  blather  blatherskite  blither  blow  blunder away  bombast  bosh  bull  bullshit  burble  cast away  chatter  claptrap  consume  crap  dither  dote  double-talk  dribble  drool  expectorate  expectoration  eyewash  fiddle-faddle  fiddledeedee  flapdoodle  flummery  foam  folderol  fritter  froth  fudge  fustian  gab  gabble  galimatias  gammon  garbage  gas  gibber  gibberish  gibble-gabble  gobbledygook  have a demon  hawk  hocus-pocus  hogwash  hooey  hot air  humbug  jabber  jabberwocky  jargon  malarkey  maunder  mouth-watering  mumbo jumbo  narrishkeit  niaiserie  nonsense  pack of nonsense  palaver  piffle  prate  prattle  ptyalism  rage  ramble  rant  rattle  rave  rigamarole  rigmarole  rodomontade  rubbish  run amok  run mad  saliva  salivate  salivation  sialagogue  skimble-skamble  slabber  slaver  slobber  spew  spit  spittle  sputum  squander  stuff and nonsense  stultiloquence  talk nonsense  throw away  trash  trifle away  tripe  trumpery  twaddle  twattle  twiddle-twaddle  vapor  vaporing  waffle  waffling  wander  
driver  Jehu  Simon Legree  Sunday driver  absolute monarch  absolute ruler  agent  airscrew  all-powerful ruler  arrogator  autarch  autocrat  backseat driver  boy  bullwhacker  bus driver  busman  butler  cabby  cabdriver  cabman  caesar  cameleer  carter  cartman  charioteer  chauffeur  coachman  coachy  cocher  cochero  commissar  conductor  czar  despot  dictator  disciplinarian  drayman  duce  elephant driver  engineer  equerry  fan  functionary  gardener  gentleman  gharry-wallah  gillie  hack  hackdriver  hackman  hacky  handler  hard master  harness racer  hit-and-run driver  houseboy  houseman  impeller  jitney driver  joyrider  lord-in-waiting  mahout  man  manipulator  manservant  martinet  motorist  mule skinner  muleteer  oligarch  operant  operative  operator  oppressor  paddle wheel  pharaoh  pilot  piston  prop  propellant  propeller  propulsor  reinsman  road hog  rotor  runner  screw  screw propeller  skinner  slave driver  speeder  stage coachman  steersman  stickler  taxidriver  teamster  truck driver  trucker  truckman  turbine  twin screws  tyrant  usurper  valet  valet de chambre  vetturino  voiturier  wagoner  wagonman  warlord  wheel  whip  
driveway  Autobahn  US highway  alley  alleyway  arterial  arterial highway  arterial street  artery  autoroute  autostrada  avenue  belt highway  blind alley  boulevard  bypass  byway  camino real  carriageway  causeway  causey  chaussee  circumferential  close  corduroy road  county road  court  crescent  cul-de-sac  dead-end street  dike  dirt road  drive  expressway  freeway  gravel road  highroad  highway  highways and byways  interstate highway  lane  local road  main drag  main road  mews  motorway  parkway  pave  paved road  pike  place  plank road  primary highway  private road  right-of-way  ring road  road  roadbed  roadway  route nationale  row  royal road  secondary road  speedway  state highway  street  superhighway  terrace  thoroughfare  through street  thruway  toll road  township road  turnpike  wynd  

Lexikoneinträge für drive screw drive stem

Bed screw () A form of jack screw for lifting large bodies, and assisting in launching.
Bed screw () A long screw formerly used to fasten a bedpost to one of the adjacent side pieces.
Breech screw () A strong iron or steel plug screwed into the breech of a musket or other firearm, to close the bottom of the bore.
Drive (v. t.) To impel or urge onward by force in a direction away from one, or along before one
Drive (v. t.) To urge on and direct the motions of, as the beasts which draw a vehicle, or the vehicle borne by them
Drive (v. t.) To urge, impel, or hurry forward
Drive (v. t.) To carry or
Drive (v. t.) To clear, by forcing away what is contained.
Drive (v. t.) To dig Horizontally
Drive (v. t.) To pass away
Drive (v. i.) To rush and press with violence
Drive (v. i.) To be forced along
Drive (v. i.) To go by carriage
Drive (v. i.) To press forward
Drive (v. i.) To distrain for rent.
Drive (p. p.) Driven.
Drive (n.) The act of driving
Drive (n.) A place suitable or agreeable for driving
Drive (n.) Violent or rapid motion
Drive (n.) In type founding and forging, an impression or matrix, formed by a punch drift.
Drive (n.) A collection of objects that are driven
Full-drive (adv.) With full speed.
Hindleys screw () A screw cut on a solid whose sides are arcs of the periphery of a wheel into the teeth of which the screw is intended to work. It is named from the person who first used the form.
Screw (n.) A cylinder, or a cylindrical perforation, having a continuous rib, called the thread, winding round it spirally at a constant inclination, so as to leave a continuous spiral groove between one turn and the next, -- used chiefly for producing, when revolved, motion or pressure in the direction of its axis, by the sliding of the threads of the cylinder in the grooves between the threads of the perforation adapted to it, the former being distinguished as the external, or male screw, or, more usually the screw
Screw (n.) Specifically, a kind of nail with a spiral thread and a head with a nick to receive the end of the screw-driver. Screws are much used to hold together pieces of wood or to fasten something
Screw (n.) Anything shaped or acting like a screw
Screw (n.) A steam vesel propelled by a screw instead of wheels
Screw (n.) An extortioner
Screw (n.) An instructor who examines with great or unnecessary severity
Screw (n.) A small packet of tobacco.
Screw (n.) An unsound or worn-out horse, useful as a hack, and commonly of good appearance.
Screw (n.) A straight line in space with which a definite linear magnitude termed the pitch is associated (cf. 5th Pitch, 10 (b)). It is used to express the displacement of a rigid body, which may always be made to consist of a rotation about an axis combined with a translation parallel to that axis.
Screw (n.) An amphipod crustacean
Screw (v. t.) To turn, as a screw
Screw (v. t.) To force
Screw (v. t.) Hence: To practice extortion upon
Screw (v. t.) To twist
Screw (v. t.) To examine rigidly, as a student
Screw (v. i.) To use violent mans in making exactions
Screw (v. i.) To turn one's self uneasily with a twisting motion
Screw-cutting (a.) Adapted for forming a screw by cutting
Screw-driver (n.) A tool for turning screws so as to drive them into their place. It has a thin end which enters the nick in the head of the screw.
Stem (v. i.) Alt. of Steem
Stem (n.) Alt. of Steem
Stem (n.) The principal body of a tree, shrub, or plant, of any kind
Stem (n.) A little branch which connects a fruit, flower, or leaf with a main branch
Stem (n.) The stock of a family
Stem (n.) A branch of a family.
Stem (n.) A curved piece of timber to which the two sides of a ship are united at the fore end. The lower end of it is scarfed to the keel, and the bowsprit rests upon its upper end. Hence, the forward part of a vessel
Stem (n.) Fig.: An advanced or leading position
Stem (n.) Anything resembling a stem or stalk
Stem (n.) That part of a plant which bears leaves, or rudiments of leaves, whether rising above ground or wholly subterranean.
Stem (n.) The entire central axis of a feather.
Stem (n.) The basal portion of the body of one of the Pennatulacea, or of a gorgonian.
Stem (n.) The short perpendicular line added to the body of a note
Stem (n.) The part of an inflected word which remains unchanged (except by euphonic variations) throughout a given inflection
Stem (v. t.) To remove the stem or stems from
Stem (v. t.) To ram, as clay, into a blasting hole.
Stem (v. t.) To oppose or cut with, or as with, the stem of a vessel
Stem (v. i.) To move forward against an obstacle, as a vessel against a current.
Stem-clasping (a.) Embracing the stem with its base
Stem-winder (n.) A stem-winding watch.
Stem-winding (a.) Wound by mechanism connected with the stem
Water screw () A screw propeller.

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drive thrust
driving force
the act of applying force to propel something, after reaching the desired velocity the drive is cut off
liner
line drive
(baseball) a hit that flies straight out from the batter, the batter hit a liner to the shortstop
line-drive single
line single
a single resulting from a line drive
line-drive double
line double
a double resulting from a line drive
line-drive triple
line triple
a triple resulting from a line drive
drive-by killing homicide committed by shooting from a moving automobile
drive-by shooting shooting someone from a car as it is driven past the victim
drive
ride
a journey in a vehicle (usually an automobile), he took the family for a drive in his new car
cattle drive driving a bovine herd (as cows or bulls or steers)
drive the act of driving a herd of animals overland
stem turn
stem
a turn made in skiing, the back of one ski is forced outward and the other ski is brought parallel to it
drive (sports) a hard straight return (as in tennis or squash)
forehand drive (sports) hard straight return made on the forehand side (as in tennis or badminton or squash)
backhand drive a hard straight return made on the backhand side
drive driving hitting a golf ball off of a tee with a driver, he sliced his drive out of bounds
campaign cause crusade
drive movement effort
a series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end, he supported populist campaigns, they worked in the cause of world peace, the team was ready for a drive toward the pennant, the movement to end slavery, contributed to the war effort
fundaising campaign
fundaising drive
fundaising effort
a campaign to raise money for some cause
c fuck
fucking
screw
screwing
ass
nooky
nookie
piece of ass
piece of tail
roll in the hay
shag shtup ff
slang for sexual intercourse
Allen screw a screw with a hexagonal hole in the head
auger
gimlet
screw auger
wimble
hand tool for boring holes
automatic transmission
automatic drive
a transmission that automatically changes the gears according to the speed of the car
bow fore
prow
stem
front part of a vessel or aircraft, he pointed the bow of the boat toward the finish line
cap screw a threaded screw for machine parts, screws into a tapped hole
CD drive a drive that reads a compact disc and that is connected to an audio system
CD-ROM drive a drive that is connected to a computer and on which a CD-ROM can be `played'
corkscrew
bottle screw
a bottle opener that pulls corks
disk drive
disc drive
hard drive
Winchester drive
computer hardware that holds and spins a magnetic or optical disk and reads and writes information on it
drive
parkway
a wide scenic road planted with trees, the riverside drive offers many exciting scenic views
drive a mechanism by which force or power is transmitted in a machine, a variable speed drive permitted operation through a range of speeds
drive (computer science) a device that writes data onto or reads data from a storage medium
drive-in any installation designed to accommodate patrons in their automobiles
drive line
drive line system
mechanism that transmits power from the engine to the driving wheels of a motor vehicle
driveway
drive private road
a road leading up to a private house, they parked in the driveway
external drive a drive with its own power supply and fan mounted outside the computer system enclosure and connected to the computer by a cable
fluid drive an automotive power coupling
four-wheel drive
WD
a transmission that provides power directly to all four wheels of a motor vehicle
four-wheel drive WD a motor vehicle with a four-wheel drive transmission system
fusee drive
fusee
a spirally grooved spindle in a clock that counteracts the diminishing power of the uncoiling mainspring
internal drive a drive mounted inside of a computer
jackscrew
screw jack
screw-operated jack
lag screw
lag bolt
a heavy woodscrew with a square or hexagonal head that is driven in with a wrench
machine screw a screw used either with a nut or with a tapped hole, slotted head can be driven by a screwdriver
metal screw screw made of metal
patent log
screw log
taffrail log
a cigar-shaped log with rotary fins that measure the ship's speed
Phillips screw a screw with a special head having crossed slots
screw a fastener with a tapered threaded shank and a slotted head
screw screw propeller a propeller with several angled blades that rotates to push against water or air
screw a simple machine of the inclined-plane type consisting of a spirally threaded cylindrical rod that engages with a similarly threaded hole
screw eye a woodscrew having its shank bent into a ring
screw key a wrench for turning a screw
screw thread
thread
the raised helical rib going around a screw
screw wrench adjustable wrench that has one jaw that can be adjusted by turning a screw
shank stem cylinder forming a long narrow part of something
stem the tube of a tobacco pipe
stem-winder a watch that is wound by turning a knob at the stem
tape drive
tape transport
transport
a mechanism that transports magnetic tape across the read
write
heads of a tape playback
recorder
wing nut
wing-nut
wing screw
butterfly nut
thumbnut
a threaded nut with winglike projections for thumb and forefinger leverage in turning
drive the trait of being highly motivated, his drive and energy exhausted his co-workers
brainstem
brain-stem
brain stem
the part of the brain continuous with the spinal cord and comprising the medulla oblongata and pons and midbrain and parts of the hypothalamus
stem cell an undifferentiated cell whose daughter cells may differentiate into other cell types (such as blood cells)
hematopoeitic stem cell blood forming stem cells in the bone marrow, T cells and B cells arise from these stem cells
test drive test of the roadworthiness of a vehicle one is considering buying
root
root word
base
stem theme radical
(linguistics) the form of a word after all affixes are removed, thematic vowels are part of the stem
stem vowel
thematic vowel
a vowel that ends a stem and precedes an inflection
whist drive a progressive whist party
prison guard
jailer
jailor
gaoler
screw
turnkey
someone who guards prisoners
screw bean screwbean
tornillo
screwbean mesquite
Prosopis pubescens
shrub or small tree of southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico having spirally twisted pods
screw bean spirally twisted sweet pod of screwbean mesquite that is used for fodder or ground into meal for feed
celtuce
stem lettuce
Lactuca sativa asparagina
lettuce valued especially for its edible stems
screw augur
Spiranthes cernua
an orchid of the genus Spiranthes having tall erect densely flowered spiraling clusters of creamy white vanilla-scented flowers, widely distributed especially in low damp places of eastern and central North America
bluestem
blue stem
Andropogon furcatus
Andropogon gerardii
tall grass with smooth bluish leaf sheaths grown for hay in the United States
Pandanaceae
family Pandanaceae
screw-pine family
family of woody plants of the order Pandanales including pandanus
pandanus
screw pine
any of various Old World tropical palmlike trees having huge prop roots and edible conelike fruits and leaves like pineapple leaves
textile screw pine
lauhala
Pandanus tectorius
Polynesian screw pine
screw tree a tree or shrub of the genus Helicteres
nut-leaved screw tree
Helicteres isora
East Indian shrub often cultivated for its hairy leaves and orangeed flowers
common ginger
Canton ginger
stem ginger
Zingiber officinale
tropical Asian plant widely cultivated for its pungent root, source of gingerroot and powdered ginger
onion stem
Lepiota cepaestipes
a white agaric that tends to cluster and has a club-shaped base
stalk
stem
a slender or elongated structure that supports a plant or fungus or a plant part or plant organ
black-stem spleenwort
black-stemmed spleenwort
little ebony spleenwort
fern of tropical America: from southern United States to West Indies and Mexico to Brazil
car rental
hire car
rent-aar
self-drive
u-drive
you-drive
a rented car, she picked up a hire car at the airport and drove to her hotel
drive a physiological state corresponding to a strong need or desire
sex drive a physiological need for sexual activity, testosterone is responsible for the male sex drive
stem blight a fungous blight attacking the stems of plants
little potato
rosette
russet scab
stem canker
rhizoctinia disease of potatoes
screw up twist into a strained configuration, screw up one's face
stem remove the stem from, for automatic natural language processing, the words must be stemmed
heat up hot up screw up make more intense, Emotions were screwed up
stem
stanch
staunch
halt
stop the flow of a liquid, staunch the blood flow, stem the tide
expectorate clear out drive out clear out the chest and lungs, This drug expectorates quickly
drive home
ram home
press home
make clear by special emphasis and try to convince somebody of something, drive home a point or an argument, I'm trying to drive home these basic ideas
drive
get aim
move into a desired direction of discourse, What are you driving at?
cheat
chouse
shaft
screw
chicane
jockey
defeat someone through trickery or deceit
drive in cause a run or runner to be scored, His line double drove in Jim Lemon with the winning run
repel
repulse
fight off
rebuff
drive back
force or drive back, repel the attacker, fight off the onslaught, rebuff the attack
loose off
let fly
let drive
fire as from a gun, The soldiers let drive their bullets
drive hunting: chase from cover into more open ground, drive the game
drive hunting: search for game, drive the forest
drive cause to function by supplying the force or power for or by controlling, The amplifier drives the tube, steam drives the engines, this device drives the disks for the computer
drive excavate horizontally, drive a tunnel

 

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