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Deutsche Synonyme für Dampfsammler

Englische Synonyme für steam header

steam  Old Faithful  aerate  aerify  afterdamp  agua  amperage  aqua  armipotence  atomize  authority  bake  barbecue  baste  be in heat  beef  black power  blackdamp  blanch  blaze  bloom  blow  boat  boil  boiling water  braise  breath  breathe out  brew  broil  brown  brute force  burn  canoe  carbonate  carry sail  chafe  charge  charisma  chlorinate  choke  chokedamp  circumnavigate  cloud  clout  coast  coddle  cogence  cogency  combust  compulsion  cook  cross  cruise  curry  damp  devil  dint  distill  do  do to perfection  drinking water  drive  duress  eau  effect  effectiveness  effectuality  effluvium  electric-heat  emit  energy  etherify  etherize  evacuate  evaporate  exhalation  exhale  exhaust  expire  fetid air  fire  fire up  firedamp  flame  flame up  flare  flare up  flatus  flicker  flower power  fluid  fluidize  flush  foment  force  force majeure  forcefulness  fractionate  fricassee  frizz  frizzle  fry  full blast  full force  fume  fumigate  gas-heat  gasify  gasp  geyser  give off  give out  give vent to  glow  go by ship  go on shipboard  go to sea  griddle  grill  ground water  hard water  head  heat  heavy water  hot  hot spring  hot up  hot water  hot-air-heat  hot-water-heat  hydrogenate  hydrol  hydrometeor  hydrosphere  incandesce  influence  let out  limewater  main force  main strength  make a passage  malaria  mana  mephitis  miasma  might  might and main  mightiness  mineral water  motorboat  moxie  mull  muscle  muscle power  navigate  open the floodgates  open the sluices  oven-bake  overheat  oxygenate  pan  pan-broil  pant  parboil  parch  perfume  pizzazz  ply  poach  poop  potence  potency  potentiality  power  power pack  power structure  power struggle  powerfulness  preheat  prepare  prepare food  prepotency  productiveness  productivity  puff  puff of smoke  puissance  pull  punch  push  radiate heat  rain  rainwater  recook  reek  reheat  roast  row  run  sail  sail round  sail the sea  salt water  saute  scald  scal  
steam pipe  adjutage  burner  caliduct  catheter  cooker  cookery  drainpipe  efflux tube  element  fire hose  flue pipe  funnel  furnace  garden hose  gas jet  gas pipe  heater  heating duct  hose  hosepipe  jet  nipple  organ pipe  pilot light  pipe  pipeline  pipette  piping  reed  reed pipe  siamese  siamese connection  siphon  snorkel  soil pipe  standpipe  stem  stove  straw  tap  tewel  tube  tubing  tubulation  tubule  tubulet  tubulure  tuyere  warmer  waste pipe  water pipe  
steam room  bagnio  balneae  balneum  bath  bathhouse  bathroom  baths  caldarium  lavatory  mikvah  public baths  rest room  sauna  spa  sudarium  sudatorium  sweat room  tepidarium  thermae  washroom  watering place  
steam up  annoy  arouse  awake  awaken  blow the coals  blow up  call forth  call up  charge  cock  enkindle  enrage  excite  fan  fan the fire  fan the flame  feed the fire  fire  flame  foment  frenzy  get up steam  heat  impassion  incense  incite  inflame  infuriate  ire  key up  kindle  lather up  light the fuse  light up  load  mad  madden  move  overexcite  prime  rouse  set  set astir  set fire to  set on fire  stir  stir the blood  stir the embers  stir the feelings  stir up  summon up  turn on  umbrage  wake  wake up  waken  warm  warm the blood  warm up  whip up  wind  wind up  work into  work up  
steamboat  boat  canoe  carry sail  circumnavigate  coast  cross  cruise  go by ship  go on shipboard  go to sea  make a passage  motorboat  navigate  ply  row  run  sail  sail round  sail the sea  scull  seafare  steam  steamer  steamship  take a voyage  traverse  voyage  yacht  
steamed up  agog  ape about  aquiver  aroused  atingle  atwitter  bugs on  bursting  carried away  cracked on  crazy about  ebullient  effervescent  excited  exhilarated  fired  freaked-out  gaga over  gone on  hepped up over  high  hipped on  hopped up  hot about  impassioned  inflamed  keyed up  lathered up  mad about  manic  moved  nuts about  nuts on  ready to burst  roused  starry-eyed over  steamed up about  stimulated  stirred  stirred up  thrilled  tingling  tingly  turned-on  whipped up  wild about  worked up  wrought up  yeasty  
steamer  Dungeness crab  Japanese crab  blue point  clam  coquillage  crab  crawdad  crawfish  crayfish  langouste  limpet  littleneck clam  lobster  mussel  oyster  periwinkle  prawn  quahog  scallop  shellfish  shrimp  snail  soft-shell crab  steamboat  steamship  whelk  
steaming  ablaze  aeration  aerial  aerification  aerodynamic  aerostatic  aery  afire  airy  ardent  atomization  boating  boiling  boiling over  breathless  burning  burning with excitement  canoeing  circumnavigation  coasting  cordial  cruising  delirious  distillation  drunk  enthusiastic  ethereal  etherealization  etherification  evaporation  excited  exhalation  exuberant  febrile  fervent  fervid  fevered  feverish  fiery  flaming  fluidization  flushed  fractionation  fumigation  fuming  fumy  gaseous  gasification  gasified  gasiform  gaslike  gassy  glowing  gunkholing  hearty  heated  hectic  het up  hot  impassioned  in rut  intense  intoxicated  keen  lively  mephitic  miasmal  miasmatic  miasmic  motorboating  navigability  navigating  navigation  on fire  oxyacetylene  oxygenous  ozonic  passage-making  passionate  periplus  pneumatic  red-hot  reeking  reeky  rowing  sailing  sculling  sea travel  seafaring  seething  sexually excited  smoking  smoky  steamy  sublimation  travel by water  unrestrained  vaporing  vaporish  vaporization  vaporlike  vaporous  vapory  vigorous  volatilization  voyaging  warm  water travel  yachting  zealous  
steamroller  align  beat  beat down  big battalions  blackjack  blank  blast  blow down  bludgeon  break down  bring down  brute force  bulldoze  bulldozer  bully  burn down  cast down  cheese grater  chop down  clobber  coerce  coercive  comminutor  cream  crusher  cut down  defeat utterly  dragoon  drub  equalize  even  fell  flatten  flush  force  forcible  grade  granulator  grater  grinder  hijack  intimidate  knock down  knock over  kominuter  lambaste  lay  lay down  lay flat  lay level  lay low  lay out  level  levigator  lick  main force  masher  mill  millstone  mortar and pestle  mow down  naked force  nutmeg grater  overbear  overwhelm  paste  pestle  physical force  prostrate  pull down  pulverizer  quern  quernstone  rase  raze  rock crusher  roll  roll flat  roller  rule of might  schmear  shanghai  shellac  shredder  shut out  skunk  sledgehammer  smash  smear  smooth  smooth out  smoothen  snow under  steamroll  strong-arm  take down  tear down  throw down  triturator  tyranny  ultima ratio  use violence  violent  wallop  whelm  whitewash  whomp  whop  
steamy  ablaze  aerial  aerodynamic  aerostatic  aery  afire  airy  ardent  arousing  beclouded  befogged  blurred  boiling  boiling over  breathless  burning  burning with excitement  clouded  cloudy  concupiscent  cordial  damp  dank  delirious  dim  drunk  ejaculatory  enthusiastic  erotic  ethereal  excited  exuberant  febrile  fervent  fervid  fevered  feverish  fiery  flaming  flushed  fuming  fumy  gaseous  gasified  gasiform  gaslike  gassy  glowing  goatish  hazy  hearty  heated  hectic  het up  horny  hot  hot-blooded  humid  impassioned  in rut  intense  intoxicated  itching  keen  lascivious  libidinous  lickerish  lively  lustful  mephitic  miasmal  miasmatic  miasmic  misted  misty  moist  muggy  on fire  orgasmic  orgastic  oxyacetylene  oxygenous  ozonic  passionate  pneumatic  prurient  randy  red-hot  reeking  reeky  salacious  seething  sex-starved  sexually excited  sexy  smoking  smoky  sodden  steamed up  steaming  sticky  sultry  sweaty  sweltering  unrestrained  unsatisfied  vaporing  vaporish  vaporlike  vaporous  vapory  vigorous  warm  wet  zealous  

Lexikoneinträge für steam header / steam headers

Header (n.) One who, or that which, heads nails, rivets, etc., esp. a machine for heading.
Header (n.) One who heads a movement, a party, or a mob
Header (n.) A brick or stone laid with its shorter face or head in the surface of the wall.
Header (n.) In framing, the piece of timber fitted between two trimmers, and supported by them, and carrying the ends of the tailpieces.
Header (n.) A reaper for wheat, that cuts off the heads only.
Header (n.) A fall or plunge headforemost, as while riding a bicycle, or in bathing
Steam (n.) The elastic, aeriform fluid into which water is converted when heated to the boiling points
Steam (n.) The mist formed by condensed vapor
Steam (n.) Any exhalation.
Steam (v. i.) To emit steam or vapor.
Steam (v. i.) To rise in vapor
Steam (v. i.) To move or travel by the agency of steam.
Steam (v. i.) To generate steam
Steam (v. t.) To exhale.
Steam (v. t.) To expose to the action of steam
Steam engine () An engine moved by steam.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

header a headlong jump (or fall), he took a header into the shrubbery
header (soccer) the act of hitting the ball with your head
Turkish bath
steam bath
vapor bath
vapour bath
you sweat in a steam room before getting a rubdown and cold shower
steam fitting care (installation and maintenance) of equipment for ventilating or heating or refrigerating
steam boiler
sealed vessel where water is converted to steam
steam organ
a musical instrument consisting of a series of steam whistles played from a keyboard
header a machine that cuts the heads off grain and moves them into a wagon
header a framing member crossing and supporting the ends of joists, studs, or rafters so as to transfer their weight to parallel joists, studs, or rafters
header coping
brick that is laid sideways at the top of a wall
header lintel horizontal beam used as a finishing piece over a door or window
steam bath
steam room
vapor bath
vapour bath
a room that can be filled with steam in which people bathe, `vapour bath' is a British term
steam chest the chamber from which steam is distributed to a cylinder
steam engine externalombustion engine in which heat is used to raise steam which either turns a turbine or forces a piston to move up and down in a cylinder
steam heat
steam heating
a heating system in which steam is generated in boilers and piped to radiators
steam iron a pressing iron that can emit steam
steam line
steam pipe
a pipe conducting steam
steam locomotive a locomotive powered by a steam engine
steam shovel a power shovel that is driven by steam
steam turbine turbine in which steam strikes blades and makes them turn
steam whistle a whistle in which the sound is produced by steam, usually attached to a steam boiler
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someone who has red hair
steam coal coal suitable for use under steam boilers
steam water at boiling temperature diffused in the atmosphere
live steam steam coming from a boiler at full pressure
steam cook something by letting steam pass over it, just steam the vegetables
steam clean
clean by means of steaming, steam-clean the upholstered sofa
steam get very angry, her indifference to his amorous advances really steamed the young man
travel by means of steam power, The ship steamed off into the Pacific
steam rise as vapor
steam-heat heat by means of steam
steam emit steam, The rain forest was literally steaming
steam-powered powered by a steam engine, a steam-powered locomotive


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