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Bruchsystem {n} [geol.]
Bruchsysteme {pl}
system of faults
systems of faults
Bruchsystem {n} [geol.]
Bruchsysteme {pl}
system of faults
systems of faults
Schliefer {pl} (Hyracoidea) (zoologische Ordnung) [zool.]
gemeine Baumschliefer {m} (Dendrohyrax dorsalis)
Steppenwald-Baumschliefer {m} (Dendrohyrax arboreus)
Buschschliefer {m} (Heterohyrax brucei)
Klippschliefer {m}; Klippdachs {m} (Procavia capensis)
hyraxes (zoological order)
western tree hyrax; Beecroft's tree hyra; western tree dassie
Eastern Southern tree hyrax; Eastern Southern tree hyrax dassie
bush hyrax; yellow-spotted rock hyrax
rock hyrax; cape hyrax
Brucellose {f} (Infektionskrankheit) [med.]
brucellosis (infectious disease)
Bruch
rupture
Bruch der Neutralität
breach of neutrality
Bruch eines Versprechens
breach of promise
Bruch, brechen
breach
Bruch, Bruchteil
fraction
Bruch, Verlust durch Auslaufen
leakage
Bruch, Verlust durch Bruch, Bruchschaden
breakage
Leckage und Bruch
leakage and breakage
Unterbrechung, Pause, Bruch
break
Bruch {m}
Brüche {pl}
in die Brüche gehen, entzweigehen
in die Brüche gehen, sich trennen
zu Bruch gehen
break, breaking
breakings
to go to pieces
to break up
to get broken
Bruch {m}, Bruchteil {m}
Brüche {pl}, Bruchteile {pl}
im Bruchteil einer Sekunde
fraction
fractions
in a fraction of a second, in a split second
Bruch {m}, Knochenbruch {m}, Fraktur {f} [med.]
Brüche {pl}, Knochenbrüche {pl}, Frakturen {pl}
fracture
fractures
Bruch {m} [techn.]
Brüche {pl}
spröder Bruch
zäher Bruch
fracture
fractures
brittle fracture
ductile fracture
Bruch {m} [math.]
echter Bruch
gemeiner Bruch
unechter Bruch
dyadischer Bruch
fraction
proper fraction
vulgar fraction, common fraction
improper fraction
dyary fraction
Bruch {m} [med.] [ugs.]
sich einen Bruch zuziehen, sich einen Bruch heben, sich verheben
rupture
to rupture oneself, to do oneself an injury
Bruch {m}, Bruchrechnung {f}, Stückchen {n}
fraction
Bruch {m} des Eheversprechens
breach of promise
Bruch {m, n}, Bruchwald {m}, Waldmoor {n}, Bruchmoor {n}
forest mire
Bruch {m}
breakage
Explosion {f}, Bruch {m}
burst, bursting
Hernia {f}, Bruch {m} [med.]
hernia, herniation
Sprung {m}, Riss {m}, Bruch {m}
Sprünge {pl}, Risse {pl}, Brüche {pl}
flaw
flaws
Verletzung {f}, Verstoß {m}, Bruch {m}, Missachtung {f}, Übertretung {f}
Missachtung einer vertraglichen Verpflichtung
breach
breach of a contractual obligation
Zähler {m} (Bruch)
numerator
kürzen {vt} [math.]
kürzend
gekürzt
kürzt
kürzte
einen Bruch kürzen
to reduce, to cancel
reducing, cancelling, canceling
reduced, cancelled, canceled
reduces, cancels
reduced, cancelled, canceled
to reduce a fraction
Bruch {m} durch Anprall
concussion damage
T-Bruch {m}
T-break
Bruch
breach
Bruch
breaking
Bruch, brechend
breaking
Explosion, Bruch, platzen, zum Platzen bringen
burst
Bruch
fraction
Bruch, Bruchrechnung, Stueckchen
fraction
Bruch
fractional
Bruch
fractionary
Bruch
fracture
Knochenbruch, Bruch
fracture
Zaehler(Bruch)
numerator
echter Bruch
proper fraction
zerbrechen, Bruch
rupture
der Bruch wurde wohl verursacht durch
the breakage must have been caused by
Bruch {m}
Brüche {pl}
in die Brüche gehen; entzweigehen
in die Brüche gehen; sich trennen
zu Bruch gehen
break; breaking
breakings
to go to pieces
to break up
to get broken
Bruch {m}; Bruchteil {m}
Brüche {pl}; Bruchteile {pl}
im Bruchteil einer Sekunde
fraction
fractions
in a fraction of a second; in a split second
Bruch {m}; Knochenbruch {m}; Fraktur {f} [med.]
Brüche {pl}; Knochenbrüche {pl}; Frakturen {pl}
fracture
fractures
Bruch {m} [geol.]
blättriger Bruch
ebener Bruch
faseriger Bruch
frischer Bruch
muscheliger Bruch
nadelförmiger Bruch
unebener Bruch
wiederbelebter Bruch
fracture; rupture; failure; fall; fault; disturbance
lamellar fracture
even fracture
fibrous fracture
fresh cleavage
conchoidal fracture; flinty fracture; shell-like fracture
acicular fracture
uneven fracture
recurrent faulting; revived faulting
Bruch {m} [math.]
echter Bruch
gemeiner Bruch
unechter Bruch
dyadischer Bruch
Erweiterung eines Bruches
fraction
proper fraction
vulgar fraction; common fraction
improper fraction
dyary fraction
reduction of a fraction
Bruch {m} [med.] [ugs.]
sich einen Bruch zuziehen; sich einen Bruch heben; sich verheben
rupture
to rupture oneself; to do oneself an injury
Bruch {m n}; Bruchwald {m}; Waldmoor {n}; Bruchmoor {n}
forest mire
Bruch {m}; Riss {m}; Spaltung {f} [übtr.]
Brüche {pl}; Risse {pl}; Spaltungen {pl}
Sprengung von Versammlungen und Umzügen
die Spaltung der Kirche in Schottland (1843)
disruption
disruptions
disruption of meetings and processions
the Disruption (1843)
ein Kfz Flugzeug zu Bruch fahren fliegen; mit einem Kfz Flugzeug einen Unfall bauen {vt} [auto] [aviat.]
ein Flugzeug zum Absturz bringen {vt}
to crash; to prang [Br.] [coll.] a motor vehicle aircraft
to deliberately crash an airplane
Einbruchsdiebstahl {m}; Einbruchdiebstahl {m} [jur.] ED ; Einbruch {m} [ugs.]; Bruch {m} [ugs.] (in)
Einbruchsdiebstähle {pl}; Einbruchdiebstähle {pl}; Einbrüche {pl}; Brüche {pl}
einen Einbruch verüben; einen Bruch machen [slang]
Bei einem Einbruchsdiebstahl in das Gemeindeamt wurden Gegenstände im Wert von 1.000 EUR gestohlen.
burglary (in)
burglaries
to do a break-in
Items worth EUR 1 000 were stolen in a burglary at the municipal office.
Falte {f} (Verformung im Gestein ohne Bruch) [geol.]
allochtone Falte
aufrechte Falte
breite Falte
disharmonische Falte
flache Falte
geneigte Falte
liegende Falte
offene Falte
steile Falte
überkippte Falte
überschobene Falte
verdeckte Falte
fold
allochtonous fold; displaced fold
upright fold; erect fold; symmetrical fold
wide fold; broad fold
disharmonic fold
open fold
inclined fold; gentle fold
lying fold
open fold
steep fold
overturned fold; inverted fold; recumbent fold; reversed fold; overfold
overthrust fold
buried fold
Grubenbruch {m}; Verbruch {m}; Bruch {m} [min.]
thrust
Hernie {f}; Bruch {m} [med.]
sich am Bruch operieren lassen
hernia; herniation
to let repair one's hernia
Käseteig {m}; Käsebruch {m}; Bruch {m} [cook.]
curd
Neutralität {f} [pol.]
bewaffnete Neutralität
atomare Neutralität; Neutralität mit Atomarbewaffnung
Bruch {m} der Neutralität
neutrality
armed neutrality
nuclear neutrality
breach of neutrality
Sprung {m}; Riss {m}; Bruch {m}
Sprünge {pl}; Risse {pl}; Brüche {pl}
flaw
flaws
Trennung {f}; Bruch {m} (zwischen jdm. mit jdm. wegen etw.) [soc.]
eine Trennung in Freundschaft freundschaftliche Trennung anstreben
Wegen der ideologischen Kehrtwende kam es zum Bruch mit ihrer Partei.
parting of the ways (between with sb. over sth.)
to seek an amicable parting of the ways
She and her political party came to a parting of the ways over the ideological U-turn.
Verletzung {f}; Verstoß {m}; Bruch {m}; Missachtung {f}; Übertretung {f}
Missachtung einer vertraglichen Verpflichtung
Verstoß {m} gegen die Sicherheitsbestimmungen
Verstoß gegen das Gesetz
breach
breach of a contractual obligation
breach of security
breach of the law
Verwerfung {f}; Verwurf {m} [geol.]
Verwerfung aufwärts
abnorme Verwerfung
kleine Verwerfung
periphere Verwerfung
tätige Verwerfung; tätiger Bruch
Verwerfung des Flözes [min.]
Verwerfung die mit den Schichten in gleicher Richtung streicht
fault; faulting; dip-slip fault; throw; shift(ing); dislocation (of strata); displacement; upslide
upcast; uptake
thrust fault
hitch
circumferential fault
active fault
fault of the vein
strike fault
Zähler {m} (Bruch) [math.]
Zähler {pl}
numerator
numerators
kürzen {vt} [math.]
kürzend
gekürzt
kürzt
kürzte
einen Bruch kürzen
to reduce; to cancel
reducing; cancelling; canceling
reduced; cancelled; canceled
reduces; cancels
reduced; cancelled; canceled
to reduce a fraction
unecht {adj} (Bruch) [math.]
improper (fraction)
Bruchband {n} [med.]
truss, hernial
Bruchband
hernial
Bruchband {n} [med.]
truss; hernial; suspensory bandage
Bruchbau {m} [min.]
roof-fall exploitation; caving
Bruchbedingung {f}
Bruchbedingungen {pl}
fracture condition
fracture conditions
Bruchbelastung {f}
breaking load
Bruchbude {f}
ramshackle hut
Bruchbude
ramshackle hut
Bruchdehnung {f}
tensile stretch, breaking elongation, elongation at break
Bruchdehnung {f}
tensile stretch; breaking elongation; elongation at break; maximum elongation
Brucheisautomat {m} [mach.]
ice crusher
Brucherscheinungen {pl}
break phenomena
Divisor {m} (Teiler des Bruches) [math.]
divisor
Divisor (Teiler des Bruches)
divisor
Bruchfeld {n}
Bruchfelder {pl}
fracture(d) zone; fault mosaic; cavities; caved goaf
fracture(d) zones; fault mosaics; cavitiess; caved goafs
unzerbrechlich, bruchfest, bruchsicher {adj}
unbreakable, nonbreakable
unzerbrechlich; bruchfest; bruchsicher {adj}
unbreakable; non-breakable; break-proof; resisting to breaking; resisting to fracture
Bruchfestigkeit {f}
breaking strength
Bruchfestigkeit {f} (Bruchmodul)
modulus of rupture
Bruchfestigkeit
breaking strenght
Bruchfestigkeit {f}
breaking strength; fracture strength; rupture strength; break resistance
Festigkeit {f}; Beständigkeit {f}; Widerstandsfähigkeit {f}; Resistenz {f} (von Werkstoffen gegenüber chemischer mechanischer thermischer Einwirkung)
Abriebfestigkeit {f}; Abriebbeständigkeit {f}
Abriebfestigkeit {f}; Beständigkeit gegen raue Behandlung
Abziehfestigkeit {f}; Haftvermögen {n} (bei gedruckten Schaltungen) [electr.]
Alterungsfestigkeit {f}; Alterungsbeständigkeit {f}
Berstfestigkeit {f}
Beständigkeit gegen(über) Salzsprühnebel
Beständigkeit gegen(über) Pilzbefall
Biegefestigkeit {f}
Biegeschwingfestigkeit {f}; Biegeschwingungsfestigkeit {f}
Bruchfestigkeit {f}
Chemikalienbeständigkeit {f}; Beständigkeit gegen Chemikalieneinwirkung; Chemikalienresistenz {f}; chemische Widerstandfähigkeit {f}; chemische Beständigkeit {f}
Druckfestigkeit {f}
Druckfestigkeit gegen inneren Überdruck
Durchstoßfestigkeit {f}
Formaldehydbeständigkeit {f}
Formfestigkeit {f}; Formbeständigkeit {f}; Verformungswiderstand {m}
Frostfestigkeit {f}; Frostbeständigkeit {f}
Glutfestigkeit {f}; Glutbeständigkeit {f}
Hitzebeständigkeit {f}; Wärmebeständigkeit {f}; Beständigkeit gegen(über) Hitze Wärme
Kältefestigkeit {f}; Kältebeständigkeit {f}
Knickfestigkeit {f}
Knitterarmut {f}; Knitterwiderstand {m} [textil.]
Korrosionsbeständigkeit {f}; Korrosionssicherheit {f}
Kratzfestigkeit {f}
Kriechfestigkeit {f} [techn.]
Laugenrissbeständigkeit {f} (Metallurgie) [techn.]
Leimfestigkeit {f} (Papier)
Lösungsmittelfestigkeit {f}; Lösungsmittelbeständigkeit {f}
Quellfestigkeit {f}; Quellbeständigkeit {f} (Gummi Textilien)
Reibefestigkeit {f} [textil.]
Reißfestigkeit {f}
Righeit {f} (Formbeständigkeit fester Körper)
Saugfestigkeit {f}; Saugwiderstand
Schlagfestigkeit {f}
schmutzabweisendes Verhalten
Schwingfestigkeit {f}; Schwingungfestigkeit {f}
Stauchfestigkeit {f} (beim Walken) [textil.]
Störfestigkeit {f} [telco.]
Thermoschockfestigkeit {f}; Thermoschockbeständigkeit {f}
resistance (of materials to chemical mechanical thermical action)
resistance to abrasion; abrasion resistance
scuff resistance
resistance to peeling; peeling strength
resistance to ageing [Br.] aging [Am.]; ageing [Br.] aging [Am.] resistance
resistance to bursting; bursting strength
resistance to salt spray
fungus resistance
resistance to bending; bending strength; flexural strength; cross-rupture strength
resistance to bending under vibration; bending vibration strength
resistance to breaking; resistance to fracture; breaking strength
resistance to chemical attack; chemical resistance
resistance to pressure; pressure resistance
resistance to internal pressure
resistance to perforation; resistance to puncture
resistance to formaldehyde
resistance to deformation; deformation resistance
resistance to freezing; frost resistance
glow resistance; incandescence resistance; stability at read heat
resistance to heat; heat resistance; high-temperature strength; thermal endurance; high-temperature stability; heat stability; thermal stability
resistance to cold; low-temperature stability
resistance to buckling; buckling strength
resistance to creasing
resistance to corrosion; corrosion resistance; anticorrosion property
scratch resistance
resistance to creep; creep resistance
resistance to caustic cracking (metallurgy)
resistance of paper due to sizing; imperviousness of paper due to sizing
resistance to solvents; solvent resistance
resistance to swelling; swelling resistance (rubber textiles)
resistance to rubbing
resistance to tearing; resistance to breaking (on tearing); tear resistance; tearing resistance; treating strength
resistance to elastic deformations
resistance to suction; suction strength
resistance to impact; resistance to shock: impact strength
resistance to soiling
resistance to oscillations; resistance to vibrations
resistance to crushing
resistance to jamming
resistance to therm
Bruchfläche {f}; Bruchoberfläche {f}
Bruchflächen {pl}; Bruchoberflächen {pl}
surface of fracture; fracture surface; failure surface; plane of fracture; fracture plane; plane of a rupture; plane of a break
surfaces of fracture; fracture surfaces; failure surfaces; planes of fracture; fracture planes; planes of a rupture; planes of a break
Bruchfläche {f} [min.]
Bruchflächen {pl}
cleavage; fissure
cleavages; fissures
Verwerfungsfläche {f}; Bruchfläche {f}; Rutschfläche {f} [geol.]
Verwerfungsflächen {pl}; Bruchflächen {pl}; Rutschflächen {pl}
fault plane; slip plane; slip surface; slipping surface
fault planes; slip planes; slip surfaces; slipping surfaces
bruchfrei
free from breakage
Bruchstein {m}, Bruchgestein {n}, Trümmer {m}
rubble
Glasbruch {m}; Bruchglas {n}; Glasscherben {pl}
cullet
Bruchgold {n}
broken gold
Bruchgrenze {f}
ruputure limit
Bruchgrenze {f} [techn.] (Festigkeit)
ultimate strength
Bruchgrenze {f}
Bruchgrenzen {pl}
ruputure limit; breaking limit
ruputure limits; breaking limits
Bruchgrenze {f}; Bruchmodul {n} [phys.]
modulus of rupture
Bruchharsch {m}; Schmelzharsch {m}
melt-freeze crust; MF crust
Abbruchkante {f}; Bruchkante {f}; Abrisskante {f} [geol.]
Abbruchkanten {pl}; Bruchkanten {pl}; Abrisskanten {pl}
breakline
breaklines
Bruchkante {f} [textil.]
Bruchkanten {pl}
fold
folds
Kohle {f}; Steinkohle {f} [min.]
Kohlen {pl}
aufbereitete Kohle {f}
brennfreudige Kohle {f}
Bruchkohle {f}; Abfallkohle {f}; Abrieb {m}
klassierte Kohle {f}
schlechteste Kohle {f} (Grundlage für Leistungsgarantie) [mach.] [min.]
sortierte Kohle {f} [min.]
subbituminöse Kohle
ungesiebte Kohle; Rohkohle {f}; Förderkohle {f}
wie auf glühenden Kohlen sitzen; wie auf Nadeln sitzen [übtr.]
Kohle backen
coal
coals
prepared coal; treated coal
cooperative coal
refuse coal
graded coal; screened coal; sized coal
most adverse acceptable coal
sorted coal
sub-bituminous coal
run-of-mine coal
to be like a cat on hot bricks [fig.]; to be like a cat on a hot tin roof [fig.]
to bake cake coal
Bruchkontrolle {f} [techn.]
breakage control
Bruchkräuter {pl} (Herniaria) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
ruptureworts (botanical genus)
Bruchkraft {f}
rechnerische Bruchkraft
breaking strength
calculated breaking strength
Bruchkriterium {n}
Bruchkriterien {pl}
failure criterion
failure criteria
bruchlanden, eine Bruchlandung machen
to crash-land
bruchlanden; eine Bruchlandung machen hinlegen {vi} [aviat.]
to crash-land
Bruchlandung {f}
Bruchlandungen {pl}
crash landing
crash landings
Bruchlandung
crash landing
Bruchlandung {f} [aviat.]
Bruchlandungen {pl}
eine Bruchlandung machen hinlegen
crash-landing
crash-landings
to made a crash-landing
Bruchlandungen
crash landings
Bruchlast {f} [techn.]
break load, breaking load, collapse load
Bruchlast {f} [techn.]
overrange without destruction
Bruchlast {f} [techn.]
break load; breaking load; collapse load; rupture load
Bruchlastspielzahl {f} [techn.]
number of cycles to failure
Bruchlinie {f}
Bruchlinien {pl}
yield line
yield lines
Bruchlinie {f}
Bruchlinien {pl}
break line; breaking line; fracture line; fault line; caving line; fault trace
break lines; breaking lines; fracture lines; fault lines; caving lines; fault traces
Bruchmechanik {f}
fracture mechanics
Bruchnarbe {f} [med.]
Bruchnarben {pl}
hernia scar
hernia scars
Herniotomie {f}; Bruchoperation {f} [med.]
herniorrhaphy; hernioplasty; hernia repair
Bruchrechnung {f}; Bruchrechnen {n} [math.]
fractions; fractional arithmetic
Bruchrechnung {f} [math.]
fractions
Bruchrechnung, Brueche
fractions
Bruchschaden
breakage
Verlustrisiko durch Bruchschaden
breakage risk
Versicherung gegen Bruchschaden
insurance against breakage
Bruchschaden {m}, Bruchstellen {pl}
breakages
Bruchschaden, Bruchstellen
breakages
Bruchschaden {m}; Bruchstellen {pl}
breakages
Bruchschieferung {f} [geol.]
fracture cleavage
Bruchschollengebirge {n} [geol.]
Bruchschollengebirge {pl}
fault block mountain range
fault block mountain ranges
bruchsicher {adj}
break-proof
bruchsicher {adj}
shatterproof {adj}; shatter-proof {adj}
Bruchsicherheit {f}
safety against rupture
Bruchsilber {n}
broken silver
Bruchspalte {f} [geol.]
Bruchspalten {pl}
fracture cleavage
fracture cleavages
Bruchspannung {f}
breaking stress; fracture stress; failure stress
Bruchstein {m}
quarrystone
Bruchstein
quarrystone
Bruchstein
rubble
(unbehauener) Bruchstein {m} [constr.]
Bruchsteine {pl}
lagerecht gelegter Bruchstein; auf das Lager behauener Bruchstein
broken stone rock; unshaped stone; quarrystone; quarry block; rubble stone [Am.]
broken stones rocks; unshaped stones; quarrystones; quarry blocks; rubble stones
stone laid (up)on its cleaving grain
abgespitzter Bruchstein {m}; bossierter Naturstein {m} [constr.]
Bruchsteine {pl}
dressed quarrystone scabbled stone; pointed ashlar
dressed stones; scabbled stones
Bruchstein {m} (als Zugabe zu Massenbeton) [constr.]
pudding stone
Bruchsteinbeton {m} [constr.]
rubble concrete
Bruchsteinbogen {m} [constr.]
Bruchsteinbögen {pl}
rustic arch; rubble-stone arch; rubble arch [Am.]
rustic arches; rubble-stone arches; rubbles arches
Bruchsteine {pl}; Schotter {m} [constr.]
rubble (from quarry)
Bruchsteine {pl} für das Steinbett (Straßenbau) [constr.]
spalls (road building)
Bruchsteinelage {f}; Koffer {m} (Wasserbau)
layer of broken stones (water engineering)
Bruchsteingewölbe {n} [constr.]
quarrystone vault; rubble vault [Am.]
Bruchsteinmauer {f} [constr.]
Bruchsteinmauern {pl}
dry-stone wall
dry-stone walls
Bruchsteinmauer {f} [constr.]
Bruchsteinmauern {pl}
Bruchsteinmauer mit Quaderverblendung
quarrystone wall; rough rubble wall [Am.]; rubble masonry wall [Am.]
quarrystone walls; rough rubble walls; rubble masonry walls
rubble ashlar wall
Bruchsteinmauern {n} [constr.]
snecking
Bruchsteinsetzen {n}; Bruchsteinmauern {n} [constr.]
snecking
Bruchsteinmauerwerk {n} [constr.]
quarry
Bruchsteinmauerwerk {n} [constr.]
glattes Bruchsteinmauerwerk
unregelmäßiges Bruchsteinmauerwerk
mörtelloses Bruchsteinmauerwerk
hammerrechtes Bruchsteinmauerwerk
Bruchsteinmauerwerk aus kleinen Steinen
Bruchsteinmauerwerk zwischen Ziegelhäuptern
Bruchsteinmauerwerk mit Längs- und Querquadern an den Ecken
quarrystone work; rubble work [Am.]; snecked rubble [Am.]; rubble masonry [Am.]; hacking
squared rubble
random rubble masonry
dry rubble construction
random ranged ashlar; random tooled ashlar; random work
rag rubble work
coffer work; rubble-packed walling
long-and-short work
Kellergeschoss {n}; Kellergeschoß {n} [Ös.]; Keller {m}; Untergeschoss {n}; Souterrain {n} [arch.] [constr.]
Kellergeschosse {pl}; Kellergeschoße {pl}; Keller {pl}; Untergeschosse {pl}; Souterraine {pl}
zweites Kellergeschoss Kellergeschoß
Kellergeschoss in Bruchsteinmauerwerk
ohne Kellergeschoss Kellergeschoß
Unser Keller ist leider sehr feucht.
basement storey [Br.]; basement story [Am.]; lower basement
basement storeys; basement stories; lower basements
subbasement; sub-cellar
basement with random-rubble walls
basementless
Our basement is unfortunately very damp.
Bruchsteinplattenmauerwerk {n} [constr.]
ragstone masonry; rag work
Bruchsteinschüttung {f} [constr.]
Bruchsteinschüttungen {pl}
quarrystone rubble
quarrystone rubbles
Bruchsteinschüttung {f} [constr.]
sortierte Bruchsteinschüttung
random rubble fill; random rubble [Am.]; large rubble [Am.]
classified rubble filling
Bruchsteinschüttung {f}; Steinschüttung {f}; Packwerk {n} [constr.]
Bruchsteinschüttungen {pl}; Steinschüttungen {pl}; Packwerke {pl}
dry stone revetment
dry stone revetments
Bruchsteinsplitt {m} [constr.]
chippings
Bruchsteinstückwerk {n} [constr.]
rock rash
Bruchsteinverband {m} [constr.]
quarrystone bond
Bruchstelle {f}
breakage
Bruchstelle {f}
Bruchstellen {pl}
breaking point
breaking points
Bruchstelle {f}
Bruchstellen {pl}
site of fracture
sites of fracture
Soll-Bruchstelle {f}, Sollbruchstelle {f}
predetermined breaking point
Bruchstelle
breakage
Bruchstelle
site of fracture
Bruchstelle {f}
Bruchstellen {pl}
point of break; spot of rupture; location of rupture
points of break; spots of rupture; locations of rupture
Bruchstelle {f} [constr.]
Bruchstellen {pl}
burst; breach
bursts; breaches
Dammbruch {m}; Dammriss {m} (Bruchstelle) (Wasserbau)
Dammbrüche {pl}; Dammrisse {pl}
breach in the dam (water engineering)
breaches in a dam
Bruchstelle {f} [geol.]
diaclase (failure without sliding)
Bruchstellen
breakages
Bruchstellen
sites of fracture
Bruchstrich {m} [math.]
Bruchstriche {pl}
fraction bar, fraction line
fraction bars
Bruchstrich {m}
horizontal line
Bruchstrich
fraction bar
Bruchstrich
fraction line
Bruchstrich {m} [math.]
Bruchstriche {pl}
fraction bar; fraction line
fraction bars
Bruchstriche
fraction bars
Bruchstruktur {f} (Glaseigenschaft) [techn.]
fracture pattern (glass property)
Bruchstück
fragment
Bruchstück {n}
in Bruchstücken
fractionary
fractional
Bruchstück {n}
piece
Bruchstück {n}, Fragment {n}
Bruchstücke {pl}, Fragmente {pl}
fragment
fragments
Bruchstück {n}, Stück {n}
Bruchstücke {pl}, Stücke {pl}
piece
pieces
Splitter {m}, Span {m}, Bruchstück {n}
Splitter {pl}, Späne {pl}
splinter
splinters
Bruchstueck
fractionary
Bruchstueck, Fragment
fragment
Bruchstueck
piece
Bruchstueck, Stueck
piece
Bruchstück {n}; Fragment {n}
Bruchstücke {pl}; Fragmente {pl}
fragment
fragments
Bruchstück {n}; Stück {n}
Bruchstücke {pl}; Stücke {pl}
piece
pieces
Bruchstück {n} (von etw.)
Bruchstücke {pl}
Gesprächsfetzen {pl}
bruchstückhaftes Wissen
scrap (of sth.)
scraps
scraps of conversation
scraps of knowledge
Splitter {m}; Bruchstück {n}
Splitter {pl}; Bruchstücke {pl}
Splitter in der Haut
splinter; flinder; fragment
splinters; flinders; fragments
splinter
Bruchstück {n}; Klast {m} [geol.]
Bruchstücke {pl}
fragment; clast
fragments; clasts
bruchstueckartig
fragmentary
Bruchstuecke
fragments
Fragmente, Bruchstuecke
fragments
Bruchstuecke
snatchings
Bruchstücke {pl}; Trümmer {pl}; Schutt {m} (Reste von etwas Zerstörtem)
debris
in Bruchstuecken
fractional
fragmentarisch, bruchstückhaft, unvollständig {adj}
fragmentary, fragmental
fragmentarisch; bruchstückhaft; unvollständig {adj}
fragmentary; fragmental
fragmentarisch; bruchstückhaft; als Relikt; in Resten {adv}
vestigially
Bruchstufe {f} (morphologisch)
fault scarp; fault cliff; kern but
Bruchsystem {n} [geol.]
Bruchsysteme {pl}
system of faults
systems of faults
Bruchteil
fractional amount
Bruchteil {m}
Bruchteile {pl}
trickle [fig.]
trickles
Bruchteile
fractions
Bruchteilseigentum {n} [jur.]
ownership in fractional shares
Bruchverhalten {n}
fracture behaviour [Br.]; fracture behavior [Am.]
Fuß {m} einer Bruchwand
toe of a bank
Bruchwasserläufer {m} [ornith.]
Wood Sandpiper (Tringa glareola)
Bruchwasserläufer {m} (Tringa glareola) [ornith.]
wood sandpiper
Weiden {pl} (Salix) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Bruchweide {f}; Knackweide {f} (Salix fragilis)
Echte Trauerweide {f} (Salix babylonica)
Grauweide {f} (Salix cinera)
Korbweide {f}; Hanfweide {f} (Salix viminalis)
Salweide {f} (Salix caprea)
Silber-Weide {f} (Salix alba)
willows sallows and osiers (botanical genus)
crack willow; brittle willow
weeping willow
grey willow; common sallow; grey sallow
common osier; osier
goat willow; pussy willow; great sallow
white willow
Bruchwinkel {m}
Bruchwinkel {pl}
angle of break; fracture angle
angles of break; fracture angles
Bruchzähigkeit {f}
fracture toughness
Bruchzahl {f}
Bruchzahlen {pl}
fraction number
fraction numbers
Bruchzahl
fraction number
Bruchzahlen
fraction numbers
Bruchzins
broken interest
Bruchzins {m} [fin.]
broken interest
Bruchzone {f} [geol.]
Bruchzonen {pl}
rupture zone; fault zone; ruptured zone; caving zone; fracture zone; crushing zone; fault belt; rift zone
rupture zones; fault zones; ruptured zones; caving zones; fracture zones; crushing zones; fault belts; rift zones
Bruchzone {f}; Ausbruchsbereich {m} (beim Scherschneiden)
fractured zone
Brucit {m} [min.]
brucite
Bruckner-Gedenkstätte
Bruckner Memorial

Deutsche Synonyme für Bruchsystem

Englische Synonyme für system of faults

system  Anschauung  Copernican universe  Einsteinian universe  MO  Newtonian universe  Ptolemaic universe  aggregation  algorithm  all  all being  all creation  allness  anality  angle  angle of vision  apple-pie order  approach  arrangement  array  attack  basis  blueprint  blueprinting  body-build  brand  calculation  cast  character  characteristic  characteristics  charting  combination  complex  complexion  composition  conception  concord  constituents  constitution  contrivance  cosmos  course  crasis  created nature  created universe  creation  deployment  design  device  dharma  diathesis  discipline  disposal  disposition  enterprise  entity  envisagement  ethos  everything that is  expanding universe  eye  fashion  fiber  figuring  fine fettle  footing  foresight  forethought  form  formation  frame  frame of reference  framework  game  genius  good condition  good shape  good trim  grain  graphing  ground plan  group  guidelines  guise  habit  harmony  hue  humor  humors  idea  ilk  integral  integrate  intention  kind  layout  light  line  line of action  lines  lineup  long-range plan  macrocosm  macrocosmos  makeup  manner  manner of working  mapping  marshaling  master plan  means  megacosm  mental outlook  mesh  metagalaxy  method  methodicalness  methodology  mode  mode of operation  mode of procedure  modus  modus operandi  mold  nature  neatness  network  omneity  operations research  order  orderliness  organization  outlook  pattern  peace  physique  place  plan  planning  planning function  plenum  point of view  position  practice  prearrangement  procedure  proceeding  process  program  program of action  property  proportion  pulsating universe  quality  quiet  quietude  rationalization  reference system  regard  regularity  respect  routine  schedule  schema  schematism  schematization  scheme  scheme of arrangement  set  set-up  setup  side  sidereal universe  sight  situation  slant  somatotype  sort  spirit  stamp  stand  standpoint  st  
system components  actuator  amplifier  capacitator  clock  control relay  control resistor  converter  effector  feedback amplifier  generator  inductor  magnetic relay  meter relay  modulator  oscillator  pressure transducer  reactor  regenerator  relay  reluctance amplifier  resistor  servo amplifier  thermal timing relay  transducer  transmitter  
systematic  accordant  alike  analytical  arranged  automatic  balanced  businesslike  consistent  consonant  constant  continuous  correspondent  equable  equal  even  flat  formal  habitual  harmonious  homogeneous  immutable  in hand  invariable  level  logical  measured  mechanical  methodic  methodical  monolithic  normal  of a piece  ordered  orderly  organized  persistent  planned  regular  regular as clockwork  robotlike  routine  smooth  stable  standard  standardized  steadfast  steady  symmetrical  systematized  unbroken  unchangeable  unchanged  unchanging  undeviating  undifferentiated  undiversified  uniform  unruffled  unvaried  unvarying  usual  well-ordered  well-regulated  
systematically  always  at every turn  at regular intervals  at stated times  constantly  continually  every so often  harmoniously  intermittently  invariably  like clockwork  methodically  never otherwise  orderly  punctually  regularly  steadily  uniformly  without exception  
systematics  Buddhology  Mariolatry  Mariology  Mercersburg theology  antonomasia  apologetics  binomial nomenclature  biosystematics  biosystematy  canonics  class  classification  crisis theology  dialogical theology  divinity  doctrinalism  doctrinism  dogmatics  eschatology  existential theology  family  genus  glossology  hagiography  hagiology  hierology  kingdom  logos Christology  logos theology  natural theology  neoorthodox theology  neoorthodoxy  nomenclature  onomastics  onomatology  order  orismology  patristic theology  phenomenological theology  phylum  physicotheology  place-names  place-naming  polyonymy  rationalism  religion  scholastic theology  secularism  soteriology  species  taxonomy  terminology  theology  toponymy  trinomialism  
systematize  adjust  arrange  array  calculate  cast  chart  codify  concert  contrive  cool off  coordinate  cut out  deploy  design  devise  dispose  figure  fix  forecast  form  frame  grade  harmonize  hierarchize  intend  lay out  lay plans  line up  make a projection  make arrangements  marshal  methodize  normalize  order  organize  pacify  plan  plan ahead  prearrange  program  project  quiet  rank  rationalize  regularize  regulate  routinize  schedule  schematize  set up  settle  shape  standardize  structure  synchronize  tranquilize  tune  tune up  work out  work up  
systematized  aligned  arranged  arrayed  assorted  blueprinted  calculated  categorized  charted  classified  composed  constituted  contrived  designed  devised  disposed  figured  fixed  graded  grouped  harmonized  in the works  marshaled  methodized  normalized  on the agenda  on the anvil  on the calendar  on the carpet  on the docket  on the tapis  ordered  orderly  organized  placed  planned  plotted  projected  ranged  ranked  rationalized  regularized  regulated  routinized  scheduled  schematized  set  shaped  sorted  standardized  strategetic  strategic  sur le tapis  synchronized  tactical  worked out  
systemic  acaricide  anthelmintic  antibiotic  antiseptic  bug bomb  carbamate insecticide  chemosterilant  chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticide  contact poison  defoliant  disinfectant  eradicant  fumigant  fungicide  germicide  herbicide  insect powder  insecticide  microbicide  miticide  organic chlorine  organic phosphate insecticide  pesticide  poison  rat poison  roach paste  roach powder  rodenticide  stomach poison  systemic insecticide  toxic  toxicant  toxin  venin  venom  vermicide  virus  weed killer  

Lexikoneinträge für system of faults / systems of faults

Metric system () See Metric, a.
System (n.) An assemblage of objects arranged in regular subordination, or after some distinct method, usually logical or scientific
System (n.) Hence, the whole scheme of created things regarded as forming one complete plan of whole
System (n.) Regular method or order
System (n.) The collection of staves which form a full score. See Score, n.
System (n.) An assemblage of parts or organs, either in animal or plant, essential to the performance of some particular function or functions which as a rule are of greater complexity than those manifested by a single organ
System (n.) One of the stellate or irregular clusters of intimately united zooids which are imbedded in, or scattered over, the surface of the common tissue of many compound ascidians.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

Bertillon system a system or procedure for identifying persons
buddy system a cooperative practice of pairing two or more people together for mutual assistance or safety (especially in recreational swimming)
water vascular system system of fluid-filled tubes used by echinoderms in locomotion and feeding and respiration
air transportation system a transportation system for moving passengers or goods by air
alarm
warning device
alarm system
a device that signals the occurrence of some undesirable event
audio system
sound system
a system of electronic equipment for recording or reproducing sound
backup system a computer system for making backups
basic point defense missile system a shipboard missile system
brake system
brakes
a braking device consisting of a combination of interacting parts that work to slow a motor vehicle
bulletin board system
bulletin board electronic bulletin board
bbs
a computer that is running software that allows users to leave messages and access information of general interest
cable cable television
cable system
cable television service
a television system that transmits over cables
closed loop
closed-loop system
a control system with a feedback loop that is active
color television
colour television
color television system
colour television system
color TV
colour TV
a television that transmits images in color
communication system
communication equipment
facility consisting of the physical plants and equipment for disseminating information
communication system a system for communicating
computer
computing machine
computing device
data processor
electronic computer
information processing system
a machine for performing calculations automatically
computer system
computing system
automatic data processing system
ADP system
ADPS
a system of one or more computers and associated software with common storage
control system a system for controlling the operation of another system
coolant system a cooling system that uses a fluid to transfer heat from one place to another
cooling system
cooling
a mechanism for keeping something cool, the cooling was overhead fans
cooling system engine cooling system equipment in a motor vehicle that cools the engine
coude telescope
coude system
a reflecting telescope so constructed that the light is led to a plate holder or spectrograph
data system
information system
system consisting of the network of all communication channels used within an organization
defense system
defence system
the weaponry available for the defense of a region
drainage system a system of watercourses or drains for carrying off excess water
drive line
drive line system
mechanism that transmits power from the engine to the driving wheels of a motor vehicle
early warning system a network of radar installations designed to detect enemy missiles or aircraft while there is still time to intercept them
electrical system equipment in a motor vehicle that provides electricity to start the engine and ignite the fuel and operate the lights and windshield wiper and heater and air conditioner and radio
electrical system electrical plant utility that provides electricity
exhaust
exhaust system
system consisting of the parts of an engine through which burned gases or steam are discharged
explosive detection system
EDS
a rapid automatic system to detect plastic explosives in passengers' luggage using Xay technology and computers, designed for use in airports
fiber-optic transmission system
fibre-optic transmission system
FOTS
a communication system using fiber optic cables
field-sequential color television
field-sequential color TV
field-sequential color television system
field-sequential color TV system
an early form of color TV in which successive fields are scanned in three primary colors
fire control system naval weaponry consisting of a system for controlling the delivery of fire on a military target
fuel injection
fuel injection system
mechanical system to inject atomized fuel directly into the cylinders of an internalombustion engine, avoids the need for a carburetor
fuel system equipment in a motor vehicle or aircraft that delivers fuel to the engine
gas system facility (plant and equipment) for providing natural-gas service
Global Positioning System
GPS
a navigational system involving satellites and computers that can determine the latitude and longitude of a receiver on Earth by computing the time difference for signals from different satellites to reach the receiver
guidance system
guidance device
a system of equipment for automatically guiding the path of a vehicle (especially a missile)
heating system
heating plant
heating
heat
utility to warm a building, the heating system wasn't working, they have radiant heating
hi-fi
high fidelity sound system
equipment for the reproduction of sound with high fidelity
highway system a transportation system consisting of roads for motor transport
hub-and-spoke
hub-and-spoke system
a system of air transportation in which local airports offer air transportation to a central airport where long-distance flights are available
hydraulic system a mechanism operated by the resistance offered or the pressure transmitted when a liquid is forced through a small opening or tube
hydraulic transmission
hydraulic transmission system
a transmission that depends on a hydraulic system
ignition
ignition system
the mechanism that ignites the fuel in an internalombustion engine
inertial guidance system
inertial navigation system
a system to control a plane or spacecraft, uses inertial forces
intercommunication system
intercom
a communication system linking different rooms within a building or ship etc
lens
lense
lens system
a transparent optical device used to converge or diverge transmitted light and to form images
life-support system
life support
medical equipment that assists or replaces important bodily functions and so enables a patient to live who otherwise might not survive, the patient is on life support
life-support system life support equipment that makes life possible in otherwise deadly environmental conditions, the astronauts relied on their life-support systems
loudspeaker
speaker
speaker unit
loudspeaker system
speaker system
electro-acoustic transducer that converts electrical signals into sounds loud enough to be heard at a distance
lubricating system
force-feed lubricating system
force feed
pressure-feed lubricating system
pressure feed
mechanical system of lubricating internal combustion engines in which a pump forces oil into the engine bearings
measuring instrument
measuring system
measuring device
instrument that shows the extent or amount or quantity or degree of something
mechanical system a system of elements that interact on mechanical principles
metro
tube underground
subway system
subway
an electric railway operating below the surface of the ground (usually in a city), in Paris the subway system is called the `metro' and in London it is called the `tube' or the `underground'
missile defense system
missile defence system
naval weaponry providing a defense system
navigational system a system that provides information useful in determining the position and course of a ship or aircraft
naval tactical data system a shipboard system for collecting and displaying tactical data
plumbing
plumbing system
utility consisting of the pipes and fixtures for the distribution of water or gas in a building and for the disposal of sewage
power system
power grid
grid
a system of high tension cables by which electrical power is distributed throughout a region
propulsion system a system that provides a propelling or driving force
public address system
P.A. system
PA system
P.A.
PA
an electronic amplification system used as a communication system in public areas
quadraphony
quadraphonic system
quadriphonic system
a stereophonic sound recording or reproducing system using four separate channels
railway
railroad
railroad line
railway line railway system
line that is the commercial organization responsible for operating a system of transportation for trains that pull passengers or freight
receiver
receiving system
set that receives radio or tv signals
recording system audio system for recoding sound
refrigeration system a cooling system for chilling or freezing (usually for preservative purposes)
school system establishment including the plant and equipment for providing education from kindergarten through high school
security system
security measure
security
an electrical device that sets off an alarm when someone tries to break in
security system (computing) a system that enforces boundaries between computer networks
sewage system
sewer system
sewage works
facility consisting of a system of sewers for carrying off liquid and solid sewage
shipboard system a system designed to work as a coherent entity on board a naval ship
ship-towed longange acoustic detection system a shipboard system consisting of an acoustic detection system that is towed behind the ship
small computer system interface
SCSI
interface consisting of a standard port between a computer and its peripherals that is used in some computers
solar thermal system a system that converts sunlight into heat
sprinkler system a system for extinguishing fires, water from a network of overhead pipes is released through nozzles that open automatically with the rise in temperature
steering system
steering mechanism
a mechanism by which something is steered (especially a motor vehicle)
stereo
stereophony
stereo system
stereophonic system
reproducer in which two microphones feed two or more loudspeakers to give a three-dimensional effect to the sound
surface-to-air missile system the shipboard system that fires missiles at aircraft
surveillance system a closedircuit television system used to maintain close observation of a person or group
suspension
suspension system
a mechanical system of springs or shock absorbers connecting the wheels and axles to the chassis of a wheeled vehicle
system instrumentality that combines interrelated interacting artifacts designed to work as a coherent entity, he bought a new stereo system, the system consists of a motor and a small computer
system clock an electronic device in a computer that issues a steady high-frequency signal that synchronizes all the internal components
system clock a time-of-day clock in a computer system
target acquisition system a shipboard system for the detection and identification and location of a target with enough detail to permit effective weapon employment
telecommunication system
telecom system
telecommunication equipment
telecom equipment
a communication system for communicating at a distance
telephone system
phone system
a communication system that transmits sound between distant points
television
television system
a telecommunication system that transmits images of objects (stationary or moving) between distant points
time-delay measuring instrument
time-delay measuring system
chronoscope for measuring the time difference between two events
transmission transmission system the gears that transmit power from an automobile engine via the driveshaft to the live axle
transportation system
transportation
transit
a facility consisting of the means and equipment necessary for the movement of passengers or goods
ventilation
ventilation system
ventilating system
a mechanical system in a building that provides fresh air, she was continually adjusting the ventilation
water system
water supply
water
a facility that provides a source of water, the town debated the purification of the water supply, first you have to cut off the water
weapon
arm weapon system
any instrument or instrumentality used in fighting or hunting, he was licensed to carry a weapon
weaponry
arms
implements of war
weapons system
munition
weapons considered collectively
organization
organisation
system
an ordered manner, orderliness by virtue of being methodical and well organized, his compulsive organization was not an endearing quality, we can't do it unless we establish some system around here
system the living body considered as made up of interdependent components forming a unified whole, exercise helped him get the alcohol out of his system
system a group of physiologically or anatomically related organs or parts, the body has a system of organs for digestion
articulatory system the system of joints in the body

 

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