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Asche Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Asche
ash
Asche
ashes
Asche
cinder
Asche
ember
Asche
embers
Asche
slag
Asche {f}
cinders
Asche auf mein Haupt!
Mea culpa!
Schmelzwärmeverlust {m} (Asche) [techn.]
molten slag heat loss
Asche {f}
Oxidasche {f}
eingebrachte Asche
ash
oxidized ash
ash in fuel
Glut {f}, glühende Kohle {f}, glimmende Asche {f}
embers, ember
Cinerarium {n}; Gefäß für die Asche von verbrannten Toten
cinerarium
Cinerarium {n}, Gefäß für die Asche von verbrannten Toten
cinerarium
Glut {f}; glühende Kohle {f}; glimmende Asche {f}
verglimmende Kohle
embers; ember
dying embers; dying cinders
Kaminplatte {f}; Kaminsohle {f}
Sie kehrte die Asche von der Kaminplatte.
hearth
She swept the ashes from the hearth.
Feuer {n}
ein Feuer anzünden
ein Feuer machen
das Feuer schüren
aus der Asche ins Feuer [übtr.]
fire
to light a fire
to start a fire
to poke the fire
from the frying pan into the fire [fig.]
Asche {f}
Oxidasche {f}
eingebrachte Asche
resurgente Asche
vulkanische Asche
Asche zu Asche
in Asche legen
Asche auf über mein Haupt!
in Sack und Asche gehen (Buße tun) [übtr.]
ash
oxidized ash
ash in fuel
accessory ash
volcanic ash
ashes to ashes
to reduce to ashes
Mea culpa!
to put on wear sackcloth and ashes [fig.]
verbrennen {vi}
verbrennend
verbrannt
es verbrennt
es verbrannte
es ist war verbrannt
völlig verbrannt abgebrannt niedergebrannt sein
zu Asche verbrennen
Der Toast war total verbrannt.
to burn {burnt burned; burnt burned}; to burn up
burning; burning up
burnt; burned; burnt up; burned up
it burns
it burned; it burnt
it has had burned; it has had burnt
to be burnt to a frazzle [Br.] [coll.]
to burn to ashes
The toast had been burned to a frazzle.
Tradition {f} [soc.]
Traditionen {pl}
eine Familientradition
Erzähltradition {f} [lit.]
eine alte althergebrachte Tradition
eine stark verwurzelte verankerte ausgeprägte Tradition
in der (großen) Tradition von jdm. etw.
in bester britischer Tradition
eine lange Tradition (in einer Tätigkeit) haben
an eine Tradition anknüpfen
eine Tradition hochhalten
die Tradition bewahren fortsetzen
mit der Tradition brechen
sich in der Tradition {+Gen} sehen
Es ist (bei jdm.) Tradition etw. zu tun
Der Käse wird in nach handwerklicher Tradition hergestellt.
Es ist in unserer Familie Tradition dass der älteste Sohn den Hof übernimmt.
Montaigne steht in der Tradition der stoischen Skeptiker.
Tradition ist nicht die Anbetung der Asche sondern die Weitergabe des Feuers. (Mahler)
tradition
traditions
a family tradition
narrative tradition
an old ancient time-honoured tradition
a strong tradition
in the (great grand) tradition of sb. sth.
in the best British tradition
to have a long tradition (of an activity)
to follow a tradition
to uphold a tradition
to maintain carry on the tradition
to break with tradition
to see yourself in the tradition of sth.; to see yourself as continuing carrying on the tradition of sth.
It is the tradition (for sb.) to do sth.; It is their tradition to do sth.
The cheese is made according to tradition.
It is a tradition in our family for the first-born males to take over the farm.
Montaigne is stands follows in the tradition of the stoic sceptics.
Tradition is not the worship of ashes but the preservation of fire. (Mahler)

Deutsche Synonyme für Asche

asche  
einäschern  in  Schutt  und  Asche  legen  zerbomben  
Asche  (umgangssprachlich)  Bares  (umgangssprachlich)  Bimbes  (umgangssprachlich)  finanzielle  Mittel  Geld  Heu  (umgangssprachlich)  Kies  (umgangssprachlich)  Knete  (umgangssprachlich)  Kohle  (umgangssprachlich)  Kröten  (umgangssprachlich)  Mammon  (umgangssprachlich)  Mäuse  (umgangssprachlich)  Moneten  (umgangssprachlich)  Moos  (umgangssprachlich)  Piepen  (umgangssprachlich)  Pulver  (umgangssprach  
Asche (umgangssprachlich)  Bares (umgangssprachlich)  Bimbes (umgangssprachlich)  finanzielle Mittel  Geld  Heu (umgangssprachlich)  Kies (umgangssprachlich)  Knete (umgangssprachlich)  Kohle (umgangssprachlich)  Kröten (umgangssprachlich)  

Englische Synonyme für ash

ash  alluvion  alluvium  ashes  brand  calx  carbon  charcoal  cinder  cinders  clinker  clinkers  coal  coals  coke  coom  deposition  deposits  diluvium  draff  dregs  dross  ember  embers  feces  froth  fume  fumes  grounds  lava  lees  loess  moraine  offscum  precipitate  precipitation  reek  scoria  scum  sediment  settlings  silt  sinter  slag  smoke  smudge  smut  soot  sublimate  sullage  
Ash Wednesday  Advent  Allhallowmas  Allhallows  Allhallowtide  Annunciation  Annunciation Day  Ascension Day  Candlemas  Candlemas Day  Carnival  Christmas  Corpus Christi  Easter  Easter Monday  Easter Saturday  Easter Sunday  Eastertide  Ember days  Epiphany  Good Friday  Halloween  Hallowmas  Holy Thursday  Holy Week  Lady Day  Lammas  Lammas Day  Lammastide  Lent  Lententide  Mardi Gras  Martinmas  Maundy Thursday  Michaelmas  Michaelmas Day  Michaelmastide  Palm Sunday  Pancake Day  Passion Week  Pentecost  Quadragesima  Quadragesima Sunday  Septuagesima  Shrove Tuesday  Trinity Sunday  Twelfth-day  Twelfth-tide  Whit-Tuesday  White Sunday  Whitmonday  Whitsun  Whitsunday  Whitsuntide  Whitweek  
ashamed  abashed  abject  blushing  chagrined  chapfallen  conscience-smitten  conscience-stricken  contrite  crestfallen  crushed  discomfited  embarrassed  full of remorse  hangdog  humbled  humiliated  mean  mortified  out of countenance  penitent  red-faced  regretful  remorseful  repentant  repining  rueful  self-accusing  self-condemning  self-convicting  self-debasing  self-flagellating  self-humiliating  self-punishing  self-reproaching  shamed  shamefaced  shamefast  shameful  sheepish  sorry  unhappy about  wistful  
ashen  Quaker-colored  achromatic  achromic  acier  adust  aghast  anemic  appalled  ashy  astounded  awed  awestricken  awestruck  blanched  bleached  bled white  blistered  bloodless  burned  burnt  burnt-up  cadaverous  canescent  chloranemic  cinereous  cinerous  colorless  consumed  consumed by fire  corpselike  cowed  dapple  dapple-gray  dappled  dappled-gray  dead  deadly pale  deathly pale  decolorized  dim  dimmed  dingy  discolored  dismal  doughy  dove-colored  dove-gray  dreary  dull  dusty  etiolated  exsanguinated  exsanguine  exsanguineous  faded  faint  fallow  flat  frozen  ghastly  ghostly  glaucescent  glaucous  gray  gray with fear  gray-black  gray-brown  gray-colored  gray-drab  gray-green  gray-spotted  gray-toned  gray-white  grayed  grayish  griseous  grizzle  grizzled  grizzly  gutted  haggard  horrified  horror-struck  hueless  hypochromic  incinerated  intimidated  iron-gray  lackluster  lead-gray  leaden  livid  lurid  lusterless  macabre  mat  mealy  mouse-colored  mouse-gray  mousy  muddy  neutral  pale  pale as death  pale-faced  pallid  paralyzed  parched  pasty  pearl  pearl-gray  pearly  petrified  pyrographic  pyrolyzed  sad  sallow  scared stiff  scared to death  scorched  seared  sickly  silver  silver-gray  silvered  silvery  singed  slate-colored  slaty  smoke-gray  smoky  sober  somber  steel-gray  steely  stone-colored  stunned  stupefied  sunburned  tallow-faced  taupe  terrified  terror-crazed  terror-haunted  terror-ridden  terror-riven  terror-shaken  terror-smitten  terror-struck  terror-troubled  toneless  uncolored  undone  unmanned  unnerved  unstrung  wan  washed-out  waxen  weak  whey-faced  white  
ashes  ash  body  bones  brand  cadaver  calx  carbon  carcass  carrion  charcoal  cinder  cinders  clay  clinker  clinkers  coal  coke  coom  corpse  corpus delicti  crowbait  dead body  dead man  dead person  decedent  dross  dry bones  dust  earth  embalmed corpse  food for worms  fume  late lamented  lava  mortal remains  mummification  mummy  organic remains  reek  relics  reliquiae  remains  scoria  skeleton  slag  smoke  smudge  smut  soot  stiff  sullage  tenement of clay  the dead  the deceased  the defunct  the departed  the loved one  
ashram  adytum  body  caste  cell  clan  class  cloister  colony  commonwealth  commune  community  den  economic class  endogamous group  extended family  family  gens  hermitage  hideaway  hideout  hiding place  holy of holies  ivory tower  kinship group  lair  mew  moiety  nuclear family  order  phratria  phratry  phyle  privacy  recess  retreat  sanctum  sanctum sanctorum  secret place  settlement  social class  society  subcaste  totem  

Lexikoneinträge für ash

Ash (n.) A genus of trees of the Olive family, having opposite pinnate leaves, many of the species furnishing valuable timber, as the European ash (Fraxinus excelsior) and the white ash (F. Americana).
Ash (n.) The tough, elastic wood of the ash tree.
Ash (n.) sing. of Ashes.
Ash (v. t.) To strew or sprinkle with ashes.
Ash-colored (a.) Of the color of ashes
Ash-fire (n.) A low fire used in chemical operations.
Ash-furnace (n.) Alt. of Ash-oven
Ash-oven (n.) A furnace or oven for fritting materials for glass making.
Ash Wednesday () The first day of Lent

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

a ashcan
trash can
garbage can
wastebin
ash bin
ash-bin
ashbin
dustbin
trash barrel
trash bin
a bin that holds rubbish until it is collected
Ash Can
Ashcan school
early thentury United States painting, portrays realistic and sordid scenes of city life
ash-pan a receptacle fitted beneath the grate in which ashes collect and are removed
bone-ash cup
cupel
refractory pot
a small porous bowl made of bone ash used in assaying to separate precious metals from e.g. lead
ash grey
ash gray
silver
silver grey
silver gray
a light shade of grey
ashcake
ash cake
corn tash
corn bread wrapped in cabbage leaves and baked in hot ashes (southern)
Tarabulus
Tripoli
Tarabulus Ash-Sham
Trablous
a port city and commercial center in northwestern Lebanon on the Mediterranean Sea
prickly ash Orites excelsa Australian tree having alternate simple leaves (when young they are pinnate with prickly toothed margins) and slender axillary spikes of white flowers
ash
ash tree
any of various deciduous pinnate-leaved ornamental or timber trees of the genus Fraxinus
ash strong elastic wood of any of various ash trees, used for furniture and tool handles and sporting goods such as baseball bats
white ash Fraxinus Americana spreading American ash with leaves pale green or silvery beneath and having hard brownish wood
swamp ash
Fraxinus caroliniana
small ash of swampy areas of southeastern United States
flowering ash Fraxinus cuspidata shrubby ash of southwestern United States having fragrant white flowers
flowering ash Fraxinus dipetala shrubby California ash with showy off-white flowers
European ash
common European ash
Fraxinus excelsior
tall ash of Europe to the Caucasus having leaves shiny dark-green above and pale downy beneath
Oregon ash
Fraxinus latifolia
Fraxinus oregona
timber tree of western North America yielding hard light wood, closely related to the red ash
black ash
basket ash
brown ash
hoop ash
Fraxinus nigra
vigorous spreading North American tree having dark brown heavy wood, leaves turn gold in autumn
manna ash
flowering ash Fraxinus ornus
southern Mediterranean ash having fragrant white flowers in dense panicles and yielding manna
red ash
downy ash
Fraxinus pennsylvanica
smallish American tree with velvety branchlets and lower leaf surfaces
green ash
Fraxinus pennsylvanica subintegerrima
a variety of red ash having glossy branchlets and lower leaf surfaces
blue ash
Fraxinus quadrangulata
ash of central and southern United States with bluish-green foliage and hard brown wood
mountain ash Fraxinus texensis low-growing ash of Texas
pumpkin ash
Fraxinus tomentosa
timber tree of central and southeastern United States having hairy branchlets and a swollen trunk base
Arizona ash
Fraxinus velutina
small shrubby ash of southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico
ash-key winged seed of the ash tree
snow gum
ghost gum
white ash Eucalyptus coriacea
Eucalyptus pauciflora
small to medium-sized tree of Australia and Tasmania having smooth white to light-grey bark shedding in patches or strips
alpine ash
mountain oak
Eucalyptus delegatensis
tall timber tree with hard heavy pinkish or light brown wood
white mountain ash
Eucalyptus fraxinoides
large tree with dark compact bark on lower trunk but smooth and white above, yields lumber similar to that of European or American ashes
mountain ash Eucalyptus regnans tree having wood similar to the alpine ash, tallest tree in Australia and tallest hardwood in the world
mountain ash any of various trees of the genus Sorbus
rowan
rowan tree
European mountain ash
Sorbus aucuparia
Eurasian tree with orangeed berrylike fruits
American mountain ash
Sorbus americana
a variety of mountain ash
Western mountain ash
Sorbus sitchensis
an ash of the western coast of North America
silver ash any of various timber trees of the genus Flindersia
prickly ash any of a number of trees or shrubs of the genus Zanthoxylum having spiny branches
toothache tree
sea ash
Zanthoxylum americanum
Zanthoxylum fraxineum
small deciduous aromatic shrub (or tree) having spiny branches and yellowish flowers, eastern North America
box elder
ash-leaved maple
Acer negundo
common shade tree of eastern and central United States
poison ash
poison dogwood
poison sumac
Toxicodendron vernix
Rhus vernix
smooth American swamp shrub with pinnate leaves and greenish flowers followed by greenish white berries, yields an irritating oil
ash the residue that remains when something is burned
fly ash fine solid particles of ash that are carried into the air when fuel is combusted
bone ash ash left when bones burn, high in calcium phosphate, used as fertilizer and in bone china
pearl ash an impure form of potassium carbonate
sodium carbonate
washing soda
sal soda
soda ash
soda
a sodium salt of carbonic acid, used in making soap powders and glass and paper
Ash Wednesday the th Wednesday before Easter, the first day of Lent, the day following Mardi Gras (`Fat Tuesday'), a day of fasting and repentance
ash convert into ashes
ash-blonde
platinum-blonde
towheaded
of hair color, whitish
ash-grey
ash-gray
ashy
of a light grey

 

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Asche ist ein fester Rückstand aus der Verbrennung organischen Materials, also von fossilen Brennstoffen, Biokraftstoffen oder Lebewesen wie Pflanzen und Tieren. Sie entsteht aus dem anorganischen Teil der verbrannten Substanz und besteht somit aus Mineralstoffen.
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