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Belastung {f}
außermittige Belastung
axiale Belastung
dynamische Belastung
zulässige Belastung
Scheinbelastung {f}
load; loading
eccentric loading; off-centre loading
axial loading
dynamic load
permissible load; permissible stress
fictitious load
Last {f}; Belastung {f}; Ladung {f}; Beladung {f}
kritische Last
statische Last
ständige Last
zulässige Last
aufgebrachte Last
dynamische Belastung
vorgeschriebene Belastung
zulässige Belastung
wenn das Knie die Mine etc. belastet wird [techn.]
load; loading
critical load
static load
dead load
design load
imposed load; superimposed load; additional load
dynamic loading
specified load
maximum rated load
when a load is applied to the knee mine etc.
Last {f}, Belastung {f}, Ladung {f}, Beladung {f}
kritische Last
statische Last
ständige Last
zulässige Last
dynamische Belastung
vorgeschriebene Belastung
zulässige Belastung
load, loading
critical load
static load
dead load
design load
dynamic loading
specified load
maximum rated load
Belastung {f} (mit Schadstoffen) [envir.]
Belastung mit Schwermetallen
thermische Belastung; Wärmebelastung {f} (eines Flusses)
pollution (with by pollutants emitted); contamination (with by pollutants absorbed)
heavy metal pollution (emission) heavy metal contamination (absorption)
thermal pollution (of a river)
(finanzielle) Belastung {f} [fin.]
Belastung eines Grundstücks; Grundschuld {f}
Belastung eines Bankkontos
charge
charge on an estate
charge to a bank account
Belastung {f} (mit Schadstoffen)
thermische Belastung, Wärmebelastung {f} (eines Flusses)
pollution
thermal pollution (of a river)
Belastung {f} (für jdm.) Inanspruchnahme (von jdm.) [übtr.]
für jdn. eine Belastung sein darstellen
strain (on sb.) [fig.]
to put place a strain on sb.
Belastung {f} [fin.]
direkte Belastung {f}
debit
direct debit
Belastung
charge
Belastung
strain
Belastung
encumbrance
Belastung, Verschuldung
encumbrance
Last {f}, Belastung {f}
Lasten {pl}
encumbrance
encumbrances
Belastung der Nachtschicht
strain of being on night shift
Belastung {f}; Belasten {n}
application of load
Belastung der Arbeitslosigkeit
strain of being unemployed
belasten, Belastung
debit
Belastung mit Schulden
encumbrance
Behinderung, Belastung
encumbrance
Belastung {f}; Bürde {f}
liability
Belastung {f}, Belasten {n}
application of load
finanzielle Belastung
financial strain
Belastung, Last, Bürde
burden
direkte Belastung
direct debit
steuerliche Belastung
tax burden
Lastschrift {f}; Belastung {f} (Konto)
charge
Belastung {f} (von etw.); Schuldenlast {f} (auf etw.) [fin.]
Belastungen {pl}
encumbrance (on sth.)
encumbrances
Last {f}; Bürde {f}; Belastung {f} [übtr.]
weight [fig.]
Bindung {f}; Verpflichtung {f}; Belastung {f}
tie
Belastungsgrad {m}; relative Belastung
load point
Steuerlast {f}; steuerliche Belastung
tax load; burden of taxation
belasten, Belastung, betonen
stress
Belastung {f}, Verschuldung {f}
Belastungen {pl}
encumbrance
encumbrances
Bindung {f}, Verpflichtung {f}, Belastung {f}
tie
Lastschrift {f}, Belastung {f} (Konto)
charge
Erleichterung, Nachlassen der Belastung
easing
Last {f}, Bürde {f}, Belastung {f} [übtr.]
weight [fig.]
Steuerlast {f}, steuerliche Belastung
tax load, burden of taxation
laden, beladen, Ladung, Belastung
load
Kriechdehnung {f}; Kriechen {n} (dauerhafte Verformung bei gleichbleibender Belastung) [techn.]
creep (permanent deformation under sustained loads)
jdm. eine Last Belastung sein
jdm. ein Klotz am Bein sein [übtr.]
to be an albatross a millstone around so.'s neck [fig.]
to be an albatross a millstone around so.'s neck [fig.]
mental; geistig; seelisch {adj}
seelische Belastung {f}
seelische Schwankungen
mental
mental strain; emotional strain
mental ups and downs; fluctuations in one's mental state
mental, geistig, seelisch {adj}
seelische Belastung {f}
seelische Schwankungen
mental
mental strain, emotional strain
mental ups and downs, fluctuations in one's mental state
Verletzung {f}
Verletzungen {pl}
Verletzung durch wiederholte Belastung
injury
injuries
repetitive strain injury
Last {f}; Ladung {f} [electr.]
induktive Last; induktive Belastung
Lastwiderstand {m}
load
lagging load
load resistance; load resistor
Spannung {f}, Belastung {f}, Spannungszustand
hydrostatischer Spannungszustand
stress
hydrostatic (state of) stress
Spannung {f}; Belastung {f}; Spannungszustand
hydrostatischer Spannungszustand
stress
hydrostatic (state of) stress
möglichst gering; geringstmögliche r s {adj}
möglichst geringe Auswirkungen
die geringstmögliche Belastung
bei geringstmöglichem Risiko
möglichst kostengünstig
schnellstmöglich; in kürzester Zeit
least possible
the least possible impact
the least possible burden
with the least possible risk
at the least possible cost
in the least possible time
Verletzung {f} [med.] [psych.]
Verletzungen {pl}
Verletzungen an Kopf und Gesicht
Verletzung durch wiederholte Belastung
entschädigungspflichtige Verletzung
injury
injuries
injuries on the head and face
repetitive strain injury RSI
compensable injury
Last {f}; Bürde {f}; Belastung {f}
zur Last werden
eine Bürde auf sich nehmen
jdm. eine Bürde auferlegen
jdm. eine Last sein; jdm. zur Last fallen
Last an Verantwortung
burden
to become a burden
to take on a burden
to place a burden on sb.
to be a burden to sb.
burden of responsibility
Last {f}, Bürde {f}, Belastung {f}
zur Last werden
eine Bürde auf sich nehmen
jdm. eine Bürde auferlegen
jdm. eine Last sein, jdm. zur Last fallen
Last an Verantwortung
burden
to become a burden
to take on a burden
to place a burden on sb.
to be a burden to sb.
burden of responsibility
schwer {adj} (belastend strapazierend)
schwere Arbeit im Freien
schweres Atmen
eine schwere Last Belastung für eine einzelne Person
Er macht die ganze Knochenarbeit und sein Partner heimst den Ruhm ein.
Wir haben morgen einen schweren Tag.
Dabei Es wurde ihr ganz schwer ums Herz.
heavy (oppressing straining)
heavy outdoor work
heavy breathing
a heavy burden for one person to bear
He does all the heavy lifting while his partner gets the recognition.
We've got a heavy day tomorrow.
Her heart grew heavy.
Anschlusslager {n} [techn.]
Anschlusslager {pl}
Belastung der Anschlusslager
connection bearing
connection bearings
load of connection bearings
Anstrengung {f} (für jdn.); Strapaze {f} (für jdn.); Überanstrengung {f} {+Gen.}; (nervliche finanzielle) Belastung {f} (für jdn.); Last {f} [übtr.]
jdn. Nerven kosten
jdn. etw. stark beanspruchen belasten
mitgenommen sein; mit den Nerven fertig sein
Das nimmt einen ganz schön mit.
Durch Schwangerschaft und Geburt wird der Beckenboden stark beansprucht belastet.
Max spürt langsam die Last der Verantwortung.
strain (on sb.)
to be a strain on sb.'s nerves
to put place a great strain on sb. sth.
to be under strain
It's a big huge strain.
Pregnancy and childbirth places a great strain on the pelvic floor.
Max begins to feel the strain of responsibility.
Schuld {f}, Verpflichtung {f}, Belastung {f}
Schulden {pl}
uneinbringliche Forderung, uneinbringliche Schuld
Schulden haben, verschuldet sein
in jds. Schuld stehen
in Schulden geraten, sich verschulden
Schulden machen
aus den Schulden herauskommen
debt
debts
bad debt
to be in debt
to be in sb.'s debt
to get into debt, to run into debt
to incur debts
to get out of debt
Reifen {m}
Reifen {pl}
platter Reifen
abgefahrener Reifen
abgewerteter Reifen
feinprofilierter Reifen
gewachsener Reifen
M+S-Reifen
nachgeschnittener Reifen
nachschneidbarer Reifen
profilloser Reifen, Reifen ohne Profil
profilloser Reifen
runderneuerter Reifen
schlauchloser Reifen
unvulkanisierter Reifen
verstärkter Reifen
Reifen einer Handelsmarke
Belastung pro Reifen
Reifen mit Notlaufeigenschaften
Reifen mit zu hohem Luftdruck
Reifen für landwirtschaftliche Geräte
tyre, tire [Am.]
tyres, tires [Am.]
flat tyre
bald tyre, smooth tyre, worn tyre
downgraded tyre
siped tyre
grown tyre
mud and snow tyre (M+S)
recut tyre, regrooved tyre
regroovable tyre
plain tread tyre, plain tyre, slick tyre
smooth tread tyre (slick)
remoulded tyre, retread tyre
tubeless tyre
green tyre, uncured cover
extra ply tire [Am.], reinforced tyre
private brand tyre
load per tyre
tyre with running flat properties
overinflated tyre
implement tyre
Reifen {m} [auto]
Reifen {pl}
Stollenreifen {m}
platter Reifen
abgefahrener Reifen
mit quietschenden Reifen
abgewerteter Reifen
feinprofilierter Reifen
gewachsener Reifen
M+S-Reifen; Matsch- und Schneereifen
nachgeschnittener Reifen
nachschneidbarer Reifen
profilloser Reifen; Reifen ohne Profil
profilloser Reifen
runderneuerter Reifen
schlauchloser Reifen
unvulkanisierter Reifen
verschleißfester Reifen
verstärkter Reifen
Reifen einer Handelsmarke
Belastung pro Reifen
Reifen mit Notlaufeigenschaften
Reifen mit zu hohem Luftdruck
Reifen für landwirtschaftliche Geräte
maximale Betriebsmaße {f} (Reifen)
maximaler Betriebsdurchmesser (Reifen)
tyre [Br.]; tire [Am.]
tyres; tires
cleated tyre [Br.]; cleated tire [Am.]
flat tyre; flat
bald tyre; smooth tyre; worn tyre
with screeching squealing tyres
downgraded tyre
siped tyre
grown tyre
mud and snow tyre (M+S)
recut tyre; regrooved tyre
regroovable tyre
plain tread tyre; plain tyre; slick tyre
smooth tread tyre (slick)
remoulded tyre; retread tyre
tubeless tyre
green tyre; uncured cover
mileage account tyre tire
extra ply tire [Am.]; reinforced tyre
private brand tyre
load per tyre
tyre with running flat properties
overinflated tyre
implement tyre
maximum tyre dimensions in service
maximum overall tyre; diameter in service
Zeitaufwand {m} [adm.]
hoher Zeitaufwand; zeitliche Belastung
mit Zeit- und Personalaufwand verbunden sein; zeitaufwändig und personalintensiv sein
Das Honorar wird nach Zeitaufwand berechnet.
Die Kosten richten sich nach dem Zeitaufwand.
nach Zeitaufwand bezahlt werden (Person)
nach Zeitaufwand bezahlt werden (Leistungen)
Der Zeitaufwand ist groß.
time exposure; expenditure of time; time involved; time needed required
burden of time (involved)
to take time and keep staff occupied
The fee is charged on the basis of the time involved.
Cost is based on the (amount of) time involved.
to be paid on a time basis (person)
to be charged on a time basis (services)
It takes a lot of time.; It is very time-consuming.
Grundbuch {n} [adm.]
im Grundbuch eingetragene einverleibte [Ös.] Rechte [jur.]
nicht im Grundbuch eingetragene einverleibte [Ös.] Rechte [jur.]
eine Belastung ins Grundbuch eintragen einverleiben [Ös.] lassen [jur.]
eine Hypothek im Grundbuch löschen lassen [jur.]
Land Register; Register of Land Titles; Title Register; Cadastre [Br.]
registered recorded [Am.] rights in land
unregistered unrecorded [Am.] rights in land
to have a charge entered registered [Br.] recorded [Am.] in the land register
to have a mortgage cancelled in the land register

Deutsche Synonyme für Belastung

belastung  
Belastung  Verschuldung  
Bürde  Belastung  Last  
Belastung  Spannung  Spannungszustand  Tension  Zug  
Überlastung  Belastung  über  dem  Limit  
Belastung  Spannung  Spannungszustand  Tension  Zug  
Belastung  Verschuldung  

Englische Synonyme für load; loading

load  abundance  acres  adulterate  affliction  albatross  anxiety  bag  baggage  bags  bale  barrel  barrels  bear  bear hard upon  bellyful  bitter cup  bitter draft  bitter draught  bitter pill  blast  bottle  box  brim  bumper  burden  burden of care  burdening  burthen  bushel  can  cankerworm of care  capacity  care  cargo  carload  carry  cartload  ceil  charge  charging  chock  choke  cock  complement  congest  consignment  convey  cook  copiousness  countlessness  cram  crate  cross  crowd  crown of thorns  crush  cumber  cumbrance  curse  deadweight  debase  detonate  difficulty  disadvantage  discharge  distress  doctor  drag  drain  drop  duty  eject  embarrassment  encumber  encumbrance  face  fake  feather  fell  fill  fill to overflowing  fill up  fire  fire off  flood  freight  freightage  full house  full load  full measure  fur  gall  gall and wormwood  get up steam  glut  go hard with  go ill with  gobs  goods  gorge  grievance  gun  gun for  hamper  handicap  haul  heap  heap up  hit  impediment  impedimenta  imposition  inconvenience  incubus  incumbency  infliction  inlay  interline  jam  jam up  jam-pack  juggle  lade  lading  let fly  let off  liability  lie on  line  loading  luggage  lumber  manipulate  mass  millstone  mountain  mouthful  much  multitude  numerousness  obligation  ocean  oceans  onus  oodles  oppress  oppression  overburden  overfill  overload  oversupply  overtax  overtaxing  overweight  overweighting  overwhelm  pack  pack away  pack of troubles  pad  parcel  payload  peck  peck of troubles  pelt  penalty  pepper  pick off  pile  pistol  plant  plenitude  plenty  plug  pocket  pot  potshoot  potshot  press hard upon  pressure  prime  profusion  quantities  quantity  ram in  responsibility  rest hard upon  retouch  riddle  rig  sack  saddle  saddle with  saddling  salt  satiate  saturate  sea  sea of troubles  set  ship  shipload  shipment  shoot  shoot at  shoot down  skinful  slew  snipe  snootful  sophisticate  sorrow  
loaded  abounding in riches  afflicted  affluent  all ready  all set  armed  armed and ready  bent  big-rich  boiled  bombed  booted and spurred  boozy  briefed  brimful  brimming  burdened  canned  charged  chock-full  climacteric  coached  cocked  cockeyed  cockeyed drunk  comfortable  crammed  critical  crocked  crocko  crowded  crucial  cumbered  decisive  devious  disguised  disgustingly rich  drunk  elevated  emergent  encumbered  equipped  exigent  familiarized  fat  flush  fraught  freighted  fried  frightfully rich  fuddled  full-charged  full-fraught  good and ready  groomed  half-seas over  hampered  heavy-laden  high  illuminated  in arms  in battle array  in funds  in readiness  in the money  in the saddle  independent  independently rich  independently wealthy  inebriated  informed  insidious  jam-packed  jammed  kairotic  laden  lit  lit up  loaded for bear  lubricated  lushy  luxurious  made of money  manipulative  mature  mobilized  moneyed  muddled  muzzy  oiled  on the mark  oofy  oppressed  opulent  organized  overburdened  overcharged  overfraught  overfreighted  overladen  overloaded  overtaxed  overweighted  overwhelmed  packed  pickled  pie-eyed  pissed  pissy-eyed  pivotal  pixilated  planned  plastered  polluted  potted  prearranged  pregnant  prejudiced  prejudicial  prepared  prepared and ready  prepped  primed  prosperous  provided  provided for  psyched up  raddled  ready  ready for anything  rich  rich as Croesus  ripe  rolling in money  saddled  set  shellacked  skunk-drunk  smashed  soaked  soused  squiffy  stewed  stinko  stuffed  supercharged  swacked  tanked  taxed  tight  trap  tricky  up in arms  vigilant  wallowing in wealth  warm  wealthy  weighted  weighted down  well provided for  well-fixed  well-heeled  well-off  well-prepared  well-to-do  
loading  allocation  assignment  bale  bother  burden  burdening  burthen  cargo  charge  charging  collocation  cumber  cumbrance  deadweight  demand  deployment  deposit  deposition  disposition  drag  emplacement  encumbrance  exaction  freight  freighting  handicap  imposing an onus  imposition  inconsiderateness  inconvenience  incubus  incumbency  infliction  lading  laying on  load  loading down  localization  locating  location  millstone  obtrusiveness  oppression  overload  overtaxing  overweighting  packing  pinpointing  placement  placing  positioning  posting  pressure  presumptuousness  putting  reposition  saddling  situation  spotting  stationing  storage  stowage  superincumbency  surcharge  tasking  taxing  trouble  unwarranted demand  weighting  

Lexikoneinträge für load; loading / eccentric loading; off-centre loading / axial loading / dynamic load / permissible load; permissible stress / fictitious load

Axial (a.) Of or pertaining to an axis
Axial (a.) Belonging to the axis of the body
Breech-loading (a.) Receiving the charge at the breech instead of at the muzzle.
Centre (v. i.) To be placed in a center
Centre (v. i.) To be collected to a point
Centre (v. t.) To place or fix in the center or on a central point.
Centre (v. t.) To collect to a point
Centre (v. t.) To form a recess or indentation for the reception of a center.
Centre (n. & v.) See Center.
Dynamic (a.) Alt. of Dynamical
Eccentric (a.) Deviating or departing from the center, or from the line of a circle
Eccentric (a.) Not having the same center
Eccentric (a.) Pertaining to an eccentric
Eccentric (a.) Not coincident as to motive or end.
Eccentric (a.) Deviating from stated methods, usual practice, or established forms or laws
Eccentric (n.) A circle not having the same center as another contained in some measure within the first.
Eccentric (n.) One who, or that which, deviates from regularity
Eccentric (n.) In the Ptolemaic system, the supposed circular orbit of a planet about the earth, but with the earth not in its center.
Eccentric (n.) A circle described about the center of an elliptical orbit, with half the major axis for radius.
Eccentric (n.) A disk or wheel so arranged upon a shaft that the center of the wheel and that of the shaft do not coincide. It is used for operating valves in steam engines, and for other purposes. The motion derived is precisely that of a crank having the same throw.
Electro-dynamic (a.) Alt. of Electro-dynamical
Fictitious (a.) Feigned
Load (v.) A burden
Load (v.) The quantity which can be carried or drawn in some specified way
Load (v.) That which burdens, oppresses, or grieves the mind or spirits
Load (v.) A particular measure for certain articles, being as much as may be carried at one time by the conveyance commonly used for the article measured
Load (v.) The charge of a firearm
Load (v.) Weight or violence of blows.
Load (v.) The work done by a steam engine or other prime mover when working.
Loading (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Load
Load (v. t.) To lay a load or burden on or in, as on a horse or in a cart
Load (v. t.) To adulterate or drug
Load (v. t.) To magnetize.
Loading (n.) The act of putting a load on or into.
Loading (n.) A load
Muzzle-loading (a.) Receiving its charge through the muzzle
Permissible (a.) That may be permitted
Stress (n.) Distress.
Stress (n.) Pressure, strain
Stress (n.) The force, or combination of forces, which produces a strain
Stress (n.) Force of utterance expended upon words or syllables. Stress is in English the chief element in accent and is one of the most important in emphasis. See Guide to pronunciation, // 31-35.
Stress (n.) Distress
Stress (v. t.) To press
Stress (v. t.) To subject to stress, pressure, or strain.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

workload
work load
work that a person is expected to do in a specified time
case load the number of cases handled in a given period of time (as by a court or agency)
loading the labor of putting a load of something on or in a vehicle or ship or container etc., the loading took hours
load-shedding cutting off the electric current on certain lines when the demand becomes greater than the supply
computerized tomography
computed tomography
CT
computerized axial tomography
computed axial tomography
CAT
a method of examining body organs by scanning them with X rays and using a computer to construct a series of cross-sectional scans along a single axis
headroom
dynamic headroom
the capacity of a system to reproduce loud sounds without distortion
bullpen
detention cell
detention centre
a large cell where prisoners (people awaiting trial or sentence or refugees or illegal immigrants) are confined together temporarily
call center
call centre
a center equipped to handle a large volume of telephone calls (especially for taking orders or serving customers)
cargo
lading
freight
load loading
payload
shipment
consignment
goods carried by a large vehicle
center
centre
a building dedicated to a particular activity, they were raising money to build a new center for research
center bit
centre bit
a bit with a sharp center point for guidance and two side cutters
computerized axial tomography scanner
CAT scanner
a tomograph that constructs a -D model of an object by combining parallel planes
dead load a constant load on a structure (e.g. a bridge) due to the weight of the supported structure itself
dock loading dock a platform where trucks or trains can be loaded or unloaded
live load
superload
a variable load on a structure (e.g. a bridge) such as moving traffic
load
loading burden
weight to be borne or conveyed
load electrical device to which electrical power is delivered
plaza mall center shopping mall
shopping center
shopping centre
mercantile establishment consisting of a carefully landscaped complex of shops representing leading merchandisers, usually includes restaurants and a convenient parking area, a modern version of the traditional marketplace, a good plaza should have a movie house, they spent their weekends at the local malls
warhead
payload load
the front part of a guided missile or rocket or torpedo that carries the nuclear or explosive charge or the chemical or biological agents
dead center
dead centre
the position of a crank when it is in line with the connecting rod and not exerting torque
center of curvature
centre of curvature
the center of the circle of curvature
center
centre
nerve center
nerve centre
a cluster of nerve cells governing a specific bodily process, in most people the speech center is in the left hemisphere
axial skeleton the part of the skeleton that includes the skull and spinal column and sternum and ribs
axial muscle a skeletal muscle of the trunk or head
imaginary place
mythical place
fictitious place
a place that exists only in imagination, a place said to exist in fictional or religious writings
stress test a test measuring how a system functions when subjected to controlled amounts of stress
center centre center of attention
centre of attention
the object upon which interest and attention focuses, his stories made him the center of the party
burden load
encumbrance
incumbrance
onus
an onerous or difficult concern, the burden of responsibility, that's a load off my mind
kernel
substance core
center
centre
essence
gist
heart heart and soul
inwardness marrow
meat
nub
pith
sum
nitty-gritty f a e a c
the choicest or most essential or most vital part of some idea or experience, the gist of the prosecutor's argument, the heart and soul of the Republican Party, the nub of the story
center spread
centre spread
the spread at the center of a magazine
assumed name fictitious name
Doing Business As
DBA
(law) a name under which a corporation conducts business that is not the legal name of the corporation as shown in its articles of incorporation
stress mark a mark indicating the stress on a syllable
stress emphasis
accent
the relative prominence of a syllable or musical note (especially with regard to stress or pitch), he put the stress on the wrong syllable
word stress
word accent
the distribution of stresses within a polysyllabic word
sentence stress the distribution of stresses within a sentence
axial rotation
axial motion
roll
rotary motion of an object around its own axis, wheels in axial rotation
carbohydrate loading
carbo loading
a diet of foods high in starch that increases carbohydrate reserves in muscles, carbo loading is used by endurance athletes just before competing
center
centre
the sweet central portion of a piece of candy that is enclosed in chocolate or some other covering
United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice
Centre for International Crime Prevention
the United Nations office responsible for crime prevention and criminal justice and law reform
center centre a place where some particular activity is concentrated, they received messages from several centers
nerve center
nerve centre
a center that provides information and control, the nerve center of the diamond industry is in Amsterdam
center
centre
midpoint
a point equidistant from the ends of a line or the extremities of a figure
center of buoyancy
centre of buoyancy
center of immersion
centre of immersion
(physics) the center of mass of the immersed part of ship or other floating object
center of gravity
centre of gravity
the point within something at which gravity can be considered to act, in uniform gravity it is equal to the center of mass
center of flotation
centre of flotation
the center of gravity of a floating object
center of mass
centre of mass
point representing the mean position of the matter in a body
center centre middle
heart
eye
an area that is approximately central within some larger region, it is in the center of town, they ran forward into the heart of the struggle, they were in the eye of the storm
center stage
centre stage
the central area on a theater stage
city center
city centre
central city
the central part of a city
storm center
storm centre
the central area or place of lowest barometric pressure within a storm
loading zone
loading area
a stop where carriers can be loaded and unloaded
load line
Plimsoll line
Plimsoll mark
Plimsoll
waterlines to show the level the water should reach when the ship is properly loaded
Centre a low-lying region in central France
moral force
dynamic
an efficient incentive, they hoped it would act as a spiritual dynamic on all churches
fictional character
fictitious character
character
an imaginary person represented in a work of fiction (play or film or story), she is the main character in the novel
character
eccentric type
case
a person of a specified kind (usually with many eccentricities), a real character, a strange character, a friendly eccentric, the capable type, a mental case
eccentric
eccentric person
flake
oddball
geek
a person with an unusual or odd personality
lode
load
a deposit of valuable ore occurring within definite boundaries separating it from surrounding rocks
load the power output of a generator or power plant
dynamic electricity
current electricity
a flow of electric charge
stress (physics) force that produces strain on a physical body, the intensity of stress is expressed in units of force divided by units of area
stress incontinence urinary incontinence that occurs when involuntary pressure is put on the bladder by coughing or laughing or sneezing or lifting or straining
coefficient of viscosity
absolute viscosity
dynamic viscosity
a measure of the resistance to flow of a fluid under an applied force
load an amount of alcohol sufficient to intoxicate, he got a load on and started a brawl
load
loading
a quantity that can be processed or transported at one time, the system broke down under excessive loads
load factor (aeronautics) the ratio of an external load to the weight of the aircraft (measured in g)
loading the ratio of the gross weight of an airplane to some factor determining its lift
power loading the ratio of the weight of an airplane to its engine power
span loading the ratio of the weight of an airplane to its wingspan
wing loading the ratio of the weight of an airplane to its wing area
center stage
centre stage
a position of prominence or importance
storm center
storm centre
a center of trouble or disturbance
dynamic balance (aeronautics) the state of equilibrium in which centrifugal forces due to a rotating mass (e.g., a propeller) do not produce force in the shaft and so vibration is reduced
fatigue fracture
stress fracture
fracture resulting from excessive activity rather than a specific injury
tension tenseness stress (psychology) a state of mental or emotional strain or suspense, he suffered from fatigue and emotional tension, stress is a vasoconstrictor
posttraumatic stress disorder
PTSD
an anxiety disorder associated with serious traumatic events and characterized by such symptoms as survivor guilt, reliving the trauma in dreams, numbness and lack of involvement with reality, or recurrent thoughts and images
stress strain difficulty that causes worry or emotional tension, she endured the stresses and strains of life, he presided over the economy during the period of the greatest stress and danger- R.J.Samuelson
stress focus special emphasis attached to something, the stress was more on accuracy than on speed
load adulterate
stretch f dilute debase
corrupt, debase, or make impure by adding a foreign or inferior substance, often by replacing valuable ingredients with inferior ones, adulterate liquor
concentrate
focus
center
centre
pore
rivet
direct one's attention on something, Please focus on your studies and not on your hobbies
stress accent
accentuate
put stress on, utter with an accent, In Farsi, you accent the last syllable of each word
stress
emphasize
emphasise
punctuate
accent accentuate
to stress, single out as important, Dr. Jones emphasizes exercise in addition to a change in diet
pack load down load with a pack
load lade laden load up fill or place a load on, load a car, load the truck with hay
load charge provide (a device) with something necessary, He loaded his gun carefully, load the camera
load put (something) on a structure or conveyance, load the bags onto the trucks
try
strain
stress
test the limits of, You are trying my patience!
center
centre
move into the center, That vase in the picture is not centered
take a look
have a look
get a load
look at with attention, Have a look at this!, Get a load of this pretty woman!
load c transfer from a storage device to a computer's memory
active
dynamic
(used of verbs (e.g. `to run') and participial adjectives (e.g. `running' in `running water')) expressing action rather than a state of being
autoloading(a)
self-loading
semiautomatic
(of firearms) capable of automatic loading and firing continuously, an autoloading rifle
load-bearing(a)
supporting(a)
capable of bearing a structural load, a supporting wall
eccentric
nonconcentric
not having a common center, not concentric, eccentric circles
a bizarre
eccentric
freakish
freaky
flaky
flakey
gonzo
off-the-wall
outlandish
outre
conspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual, restaurants of bizarre design--one like a hat, another like a rabbit, famed for his eccentric spelling, a freakish combination of styles, his off-the-wall antics, the outlandish clothes of teenagers, outre and affected stage antics
dynamic
dynamical
characterized by action or forcefulness or force of personality, a dynamic market, a dynamic speaker, the dynamic president of the firm
assumed
false
fictitious
fictive
pretended
put on
sham
adopted in order to deceive, an assumed name, an assumed cheerfulness, a fictitious address, fictive sympathy, a pretended interest, a put-on childish voice, sham modesty
axial situated on or along or in the direction of an axis
permissible
allowable
that may be permitted especially as according to rule, permissible behavior in school, a permissible tax deduction
permissible that may be accepted or conceded, a kind of speculation that was permissible in cosmology but inadmissible in medicine

 

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