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Donnermaschine Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Donnermaschine {f} [mus.]
Donnermaschinen {pl}
thunder machine
thunder machines
Donnermaschine {f} [mus.]
Donnermaschinen {pl}
thunder machine
thunder machines
Donna
donna
Schande {f}
jdm. Schande machen
Es ist (wirklich) eine Schande!
Es ist keine Schande Fehler einzugestehen.
Seine Verbrechen brachten Schande über seine Familie. [geh.]
Ich muss zu meiner Schande gestehen dass ich noch nie etwas von Donna Leon gelesen habe.
Es ist eine Affenschande.
shame
to put sb. to shame; to bring shame upon sb.; to shame sb.
It's (really) a shame!
There is no shame in admitting your mistakes.
His crimes brought shame upon his family.
I'm ashamed to say I've never read anything by Donna Leon before.
It's a crying beastly shame.; What a crying beastly shame it is.
Donner, donnern
thunder
Donner {m}
anrollender Donner
thunder
rolling thunder, approaching thunder
Dröhnen {n}, Donner {m}, Brausen {n}
boom
grollen (Donner)
to rumble, to roll (thunder)
Er stand da wie von Donner gerührt.
He was thunderstruck.
Donner
thunder
Blitz {m}; Blitzen {n} [meteo.]
Blitze {pl}
ein Blitz aus heiterem Himmel
Blitz und Donner
vom Blitz getroffen [übtr.]
wie ein geölter Blitz [ugs.]
bolt of lightning; lightning flash; lightning
bolts of lightning; lightning flashs; lightnings
a bolt from the blue; a bolt out of the blue
thunder and lightning
thunderstruck
like greased lightning; like a bat out of hell; like a streak [coll.]
Blitzschlag {m}; Blitz {m} mit Donner [meteo.]
Blitze {pl}
Die Nachricht traf sie wie ein Blitzschlag.
thunderbolt
thunderbolts
The news hit her like a thunderbolt.
Donner {m}
anrollender Donner
thunder
rolling thunder; approaching thunder
Dröhnen {n}; Donner {m}; Brausen {n}
boom
grollen {vi} (Donner)
grollend
gegrollt
to rumble; to roll (thunder)
rumbling; rolling
rumbled; rolled
perplex; verblüfft {adj}
Er stand da wie von Donner gerührt.
dumbfounded; thunderstruck; nonplussed; confused
He was thunderstruck.
völlig geschockt; vollkommen erschüttert {adj} [psych.]
wie vom Blitz getroffen wie vom Donner gerührt sein
shell-shocked
to be shell-shocked
'Unter Donner und Blitz' (von Strauß Werktitel) [mus.]
'Thunder and Lightning' (by Strauss work title)
Abort {m}, Abtritt {m}, Latrine {f}, Donnerbalken {m}, Plumpsklo {n} [ugs.]
privy
Latrine {f}, Donnerbalken {m}, Plumpsklo {n} [ugs.], Scheißhaus {n} [vulg.]
privy, out-house, outhouse, jakes {pl}, shithouse [vulg.], two-holer
Abort {m}; Abtritt {m}; Latrine {f}; Donnerbalken {m}; Plumpsklo {n} [ugs.]
privy
Latrine {f}; Donnerbalken {m}; Plumpsklo {n} [ugs.]; Scheißhaus {n} [vulg.]
Latrinen {pl}; Donnerbalken {pl}; Plumpsklos {pl}; Scheißhäuser {pl}
privy; out-house; outhouse; jakes {pl}; shithouse [vulg.]; two-holer
privies; out-houses; outhouses; jakes; shithouses; two-holers
Donnerbüchse {f}
Donnerbüchsen {pl}
blunderbuss
blunderbusses
Donnerbuechse
blunderbuss
Donnerbüchse {f}; Donnerwagen {m} (zweiachsiger Durchgangs-Personenwagen Bahn) [hist.]
all-iron steel open passenger coach car ("thunderbox")
Donnerbüchsen
blunderbusses
Mariendistel {f}; Christi Krone {f}; Donnerdistel {f}; Fieberdistel {f}; Frauendistel {f}; Heilandsdistel {f}; Marienkörner {pl}; Stechkörner {pl} (Silybum marianum) [bot.]
milk thistle; Marian Thistle
Donnergang {m} [poet.]
peal of thunder
Hirschkäfer {m}; Hornschröter {m}; Feuerschröter {m}; Donnergugi {m} (Lucanus cervus) [zool.]
stag beetle
Donnerkeil {m} (Mythologie)
Donnerkeile {pl}
thunderbolt (mythology)
thunderbolts
Donnermaschine {f} [mus.]
Donnermaschinen {pl}
thunder machine
thunder machines
donnern {vi}
donnernd
gedonnert
donnert
donnerte
to thunder
thundering
thundered
thunders
thundered
donnern
to rifle
donnern
to blast
dröhnen, donnern, brausen (Wellen) {vi}
dröhnend, donnernd, brausend
gedröhnt, gedonnert, gebraust
to boom
booming
boomed
wettern, donnern {vi}
wetternd, donnernd
gewettert, gedonnert
wettert, donnert
wetterte, donnerte
to fulminate
fulminating
fulminated
fulminates
fulminated
donnern
fulminate
donnern
thunder
donnern
to thunder
Ball {m}; Knäuel {n}; Kugel {f}
Bälle {pl}
den Ball ins Tor donnern schmettern knallen
Du bist jetzt am Ball. [übtr.]
ball
balls
to rifle the ball into the goal
The ball is in your court. [fig.]
brettern; donnern {vi} [ugs.] (schnell fahren)
bretternd; donnernd
gebrettert; gedonnert
to barrel [coll.]
barreling; barrelling
barreled; barrelled
donnern {vi}
donnernd
gedonnert
donnert
donnerte
ein donnerndes Geräusch
to thunder
thundering
thundered
thunders
thundered
a thundering noise
dröhnen; donnern; brausen (Wellen) {vi}
dröhnend; donnernd; brausend
gedröhnt; gedonnert; gebraust
to boom
booming
boomed
auf etw. hindeuten; auf etw. deuten; etw. ankündigen; etw. ankünden (veraltend); etw. künden [poet.]; ein Vorzeichen für etw. sein {vi}
hindeutend; deutend; ankündigend; ankündend; kündend; ein Vorzeichen seiend
hingedeutet; gedeutet; angekündigt; angekündet; gekündet; ein Vorzeichen gewesen
ein gutes düsteres Vorzeichen für jdn. etw. sein
kein gutes Vorzeichen sein; nichts Gutes ahnen lassen
Das entfernte Donnern deutet auf Gewitter.
Für Abergläubige kündigt eine schwarze Katze Unheil an.
to foreshadow sth.; to portend sth. (formal)
foreshadowing; portending
foreshadowed; portended
to portend well gloomily for sb. sth.
not to portend well
The distant thunder portended a storm.
For the superstitious a black cat foreshadows portends calamity.
wettern; donnern {vi}
wetternd; donnernd
gewettert; gedonnert
wettert; donnert
wetterte; donnerte
to fulminate
fulminating
fulminated
fulminates
fulminated
donnernd
thunderous
donnernd
fulminating
donnernd
thundering
donnernd, donnernde
thundering
polternd; donnernd {adj} (Person)
tub-thumping [Br.] (person)
donnernd {adj}; grollend {adj}
thunderous {adj}
donnernd {adj} [übtr.]; tosend {adj} [übtr.]
thunderous {adj}
Donnerschlag {m} [meteo.]
Donnerschläge {pl}
peal of thunder, crash of thunder
peals of thunder, crashes of thunder
Donnerschlag {m}
Donnerschläge {pl}
thunderclap
thunderclaps
Donnerschlaege
thunderclaps
Donnerschlag {m} [meteo.]
Donnerschläge {pl}
peal of thunder; crash of thunder
peals of thunder; crashes of thunder
Blitz {m} mit Donnerschlag
Blitze {pl}
thunderbolt
thunderbolts
Donnerschlag
peal of thunder
Donnerschlag
smash-hit
Donnerschlag
thunderclap
Donnerstag
Thursday
Donnerstag {m}
Thursday
Erntedankfest (4. Donnerstag im November) [relig.]
Thanksgiving (Day) [Am.]
donnerstags {adv}, jeden Donnerstag
on Thursdays, each Thursday, every Thursday
Am Donnerstag ist der Himmel wechselnd bewölkt.
On Thursday skies will be variably cloudy.
Donnerstag {m} Do
Thursday Thu
Thanksgiving {n} (amerikanisches Erntedankfest; in USA der 4. Donnerstag im November)
Thanksgiving (Day) [Am.]
bewölkt; wolkig; (mit Wolken) bedeckt; bezogen {adj} [meteo.]
stark bewölkt; dicht bewölkt
Es ist bewölkt.
Am Donnerstag ist es der Himmel wechselnd bewölkt.
Der Himmel überzieht sich.
cloudy; clouded; overcast
heavily overcast
It is cloudy.
On Thursday it skies will be variably cloudy cloudy with sunny intervals.
The sky is becoming overcast.
donnerstags {adv}; jeden Donnerstag
on Thursdays; each Thursday; every Thursday
fällig; erwartet {adj}
Bei ihm ist eine Gehaltserhöhung fällig.
Sie wird morgen zurückerwartet. Sie soll morgen zurückkommen.
Ich werde um 8 Uhr zum Essen erwartet.
Die Geografie-Hausaufgabe ist bis nächsten Donnerstag (zu machen).
Der Bus soll um 7 ankommen abfahren.
Abfahrt ist in einer halben Stunde.
Wann hast du Termin? (Geburtstermin)
due
He is due for a pay increase.
She is due to return tomorrow.
I am due for dinner at eight.
The geography assignment is due next Thursday. [Am.]
The coach is due at seven.
We are due to leave in half an hour.
When is it due? (date of childbirth)
(bis) spätestens {adv}
bis allerspätestens
spätestens um 10
bis spätestens Donnerstag
Spätestens da wurde uns klar dass ....
Spätestens seit seinem Fernsehauftritt ist er in aller Munde.
no later than; by; at the latest (postpositive)
at the very latest
at ten at the latest
by Thursday at the latest
It was then if not before that we realized ...
He has been the talk of the town since he appeared on TV if not earlier.
vorläufig; provisorisch; versuchsweise {adv}
Die Besprechung ist vorläufig für Donnerstag angesetzt.
tentatively
The meeting is tentatively scheduled for Thursday.
Donnerstage
thursdays
Donnerstimme {f}
Donnerstimmen {pl}
thundering voice
thundering voices
Donnerstimme
thundering voice
Donnerstimmen
thundering voices
donnert
fulminates
donnert
thunders
donnerte
fulminated
donnerte
thundered
donnerte, donnerten
thundered
Donnervogel {m} (Mythologie)
thunderbird
Donnerwetter {n}
golly
Donnerwetter {n}
gosh
Donnerwetter! [ugs.]
Wow!, God damn!
Donnerwetter
golly
Donnerwetter
gosh
Donnerwetter! {interj} [ugs.]
Wow!; Golly!; By jove! [coll.]
Donnerwetter!; Mensch!; Gott! {interj}
Golly!; Gosh!; Oh my gosh!; Goddamn! [coll.]
Gewitter {n}; Donnerwetter {n} (veraltet) [meteo.]
Gewitter {pl}
ein reinigendes Gewitter [übtr.]
thunderstorm
thunderstorms
a thunderstorm that clears the air [fig.]
Ich werd verrückt!; Mein lieber Schwan!; Donnerwetter! [geh.]; Bist du g'scheit! [Ös.]; Da legst dich nieder! [Ös.] {interj}
Ich werd verrückt schau dir die Menschenmasse an!
Blimey! [Br.] {interj}
Blimey look at that crowd!
Ja sag du mir!; Donnerwetter!
I say! [Br.] (old-fashioned)
Zustammenstauchen {n}; Zurechtweisung {f}; Gardinenpredigt {f}; Donnerwetter {n} [übtr.] [ugs.]
carpeting [Br.] [coll.]

Deutsche Synonyme für Donnermaschine

Englische Synonyme für thunder machine

thunder  Bedlam let loose  Donar  Indra  Jupiter Tonans  Thor  awake the dead  bark  bawl  bedlam  bellow  blare  blare forth  blast  blast the ear  blat  blaze  blaze abroad  blazon  blazon about  blubber  bobbery  boom  booming  brawl  bray  breathe  brouhaha  buzz  cackle  celebrate  chant  charivari  chirm  chirp  clamor  clangor  clap  clatter  commotion  coo  crack  cracking  crash  crashing  crescendo  crow  cry  cry out  deafen  declaim  deep  denounce  din  discord  donnybrook  drawl  dread rattling thunder  drunken brawl  dustup  echo  exclaim  execrate  explode  explosion  fill the air  flap  flute  fracas  free-for-all  fulminate against  fulmination  gasp  growl  growling  grumble  grumbling  grunt  hell broke loose  herald  herald abroad  hiss  howl  hubbub  hue and cry  hullabaloo  intimidate  jangle  keen  lilt  loud noise  menace  mumble  murmur  mutter  noise  noise and shouting  outcry  pandemonium  pant  peal  peal of thunder  pealing  pipe  proclaim  promulgate  racket  rail at  rattle  rattle the windows  reboation  rebound  reecho  rend the air  rend the ears  resound  resounding  reverberate  reverberation  rhubarb  ring  rise  roar  roaring  rock the sky  roll  row  ruckus  ruction  rumble  rumbling  rumpus  scream  screech  shindy  shivaree  shout  shriek  sibilate  sigh  sing  snap  snarl  snort  sob  split the eardrums  split the ears  squall  squawk  squeal  startle the echoes  stun  surge  swear at  swell  threaten  thunder forth  thunderclap  thundercrack  thundering  thunderpeal  thundershower  thundersquall  thunderstorm  thunderstroke  tintamarre  trumpet  trumpet forth  tumult  twang  uproar  wail  warble  whine  whisper  yap  yawp  yell  yelp  
thunderbolt  Jupiter Fulgur  Thor  antelope  arrow  astonishment  ball lightning  blockbuster  blow  blue darter  blue streak  bolt  bolt of lightning  bomb  bombshell  cannonball  catch  chain lightning  courser  dark lightning  dart  eagle  earthshaker  electricity  express train  eye-opener  fireball  firebolt  flash  flying flame  forked lightning  fulguration  fulmination  gazelle  greased lightning  greyhound  hare  jet plane  joker  kicker  levin bolt  light  lightning  mercury  oak-cleaving thunderbolts  peripeteia  quicksilver  revelation  rocket  scared rabbit  sheet lightning  shocker  shot  staggerer  startler  streak  streak of lightning  striped snake  stroke of lightning  surprisal  surprise  surprise ending  surprise package  surprise party  swallow  switch  thought  thunderball  thunderclap  thunderstroke  torrent  wind  
thundercloud  Cloudcuckooland  alto-cumulus  alto-stratus  angry clouds  anvil cloud  banner cloud  billowy cloud  black cat  black clouds  broken mirror  cap cloud  cirro-cumulus  cirro-fillum  cirro-nebula  cirro-stratus  cirro-velum  cirrus  cirrus cloud  cirrus haze  cirrus stripe  cloud  cloud band  cloud bank  cloud drift  cloud mass  cloud street  cloudland  cloudling  cloudscape  cocktail  cottony cloud  cumulo-cirro-stratus  cumulo-cirrus  cumulo-nimbus  cumulo-stratus  cumulus  cumulus cloud  curl cloud  danger sign  early symptom  falling barometer  fleecy cloud  fractocumulus  gathering clouds  halcyon bird  high fog  high sign  mackerel sky  mammatocumulus  mushroom cloud  nimbus  nimbus cloud  omen  owl  precursor  preliminary sign  premonitory sign  premonitory symptom  prodroma  prodrome  quarantine flag  rain cloud  rainbow  raven  red flag  red light  scud  shooting star  skull and crossbones  snail cloud  squall cloud  storm cloud  storm clouds  storm petrel  stormy petrel  strato-cumulus  stratus  stratus cloud  symptom  thunderhead  warning sign  warning signal  water carrier  woolpack  yellow flag  yellow jack  
thundering  Donar  Indra  Jupiter Tonans  Thor  anathema  ban  banging  blasphemy  boom  booming  bumping  cannonading  commination  curse  damnation  deafening  deep  denunciation  dread rattling thunder  echo  echoic  echoing  evil eye  excommunication  execration  fulminating  fulmination  growl  growling  grumble  grumbling  hex  imprecation  intense  lingering  loud  malison  malocchio  peal of thunder  pealing  penetrating  persistent  piercing  proscription  pungent  reboant  reboation  rebound  rebounding  reecho  reechoing  reeking  repercussive  resound  resounding  reverberant  reverberating  reverberation  reverberatory  roaring  rolling  rumble  rumbling  slapping  sounding  spanking  thumping  thunder  thunderclap  thundercrack  thunderlike  thunderous  thunderpeal  thunderstorm  thunderstroke  thundery  tonitruant  tonitruous  undamped  volleying  walloping  whacking  whaling  whammy  whopping  
thunderous  booming  cannonading  deafening  ear-piercing  ear-rending  ear-splitting  earthshaking  forte  fortissimo  full  fulminating  loud  loud-sounding  loudish  noisy  pealing  piercing  plangent  resounding  ringing  roaring  rolling  rumbling  sonorous  stentoraphonic  stentorian  stentorious  thundering  thunderlike  thundery  tonitruant  tonitruous  tumultuous  volleying  window-rattling  
thunderstorm  Donar  Indra  Jupiter Tonans  Thor  cyclone  deep  dirty weather  dread rattling thunder  foul weather  hurricane  line squall  peal of thunder  rainstorm  rough weather  snowstorm  squall  storm  stormy weather  tempest  tempestuous rage  thunder  thunderclap  thundercrack  thundering  thunderpeal  thundershower  thundersquall  thunderstroke  tornado  typhoon  windstorm  
thunderstruck  agape  aghast  agog  all agog  amazed  astonished  astounded  at gaze  awed  awestruck  beguiled  bewildered  bewitched  breathless  captivated  confounded  dazed  dismayed  dumbfounded  dumbstruck  enchanted  enraptured  enravished  enthralled  entranced  fascinated  flabbergasted  floored  gaping  gauping  gazing  hypnotized  in awe  in awe of  lost in wonder  marveling  mesmerized  nonplussed  numb  open-eyed  openmouthed  overwhelmed  popeyed  puzzled  rapt in wonder  shocked  speechless  spellbound  staggered  staring  stunned  stupefied  surprised  taken aback  under a charm  wide-eyed  wonder-struck  wondering  

Lexikoneinträge für thunder machine / thunder machines

Burring machine () A machine for cleansing wool of burs, seeds, and other substances.
Gramme machine () A kind of dynamo-electric machine
Machine (n.) In general, any combination of bodies so connected that their relative motions are constrained, and by means of which force and motion may be transmitted and modified, as a screw and its nut, or a lever arranged to turn about a fulcrum or a pulley about its pivot, etc.
Machine (n.) Any mechanical contrivance, as the wooden horse with which the Greeks entered Troy
Machine (n.) A person who acts mechanically or at will of another.
Machine (n.) A combination of persons acting together for a common purpose, with the agencies which they use
Machine (n.) A political organization arranged and controlled by one or more leaders for selfish, private or partisan ends.
Machine (n.) Supernatural agency in a poem, or a superhuman being introduced to perform some exploit.
Machine (v. t.) To subject to the action of machinery
Thunder (n.) The sound which follows a flash of lightning
Thunder (n.) The discharge of electricity
Thunder (n.) Any loud noise
Thunder (n.) An alarming or statrling threat or denunciation.
Thunder (n.) To produce thunder
Thunder (n.) Fig.: To make a loud noise
Thunder (n.) To utter violent denunciation.
Thunder (v. t.) To emit with noise and terror

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apatosaur
apatosaurus
brontosaur
brontosaurus
thunder lizard
Apatosaurus excelsus
huge quadrupedal herbivorous dinosaur common in North America in the late Jurassic
thunder snake
worm snake Carphophis amoenus
small reddish wormlike snake of eastern United States
adding machine
totalizer
totaliser
a calculator that performs simple arithmetic functions
addressing machine
Addressograph
a printer that automatically prints addresses on letters for mailing
answering machine an electronic device that answers the telephone and records messages
automatic rifle
automatic machine rifle
light machine gun
bathhouse bathing machine a building containing dressing rooms for bathers
big H
hell dust
nose drops
smack
thunder
skag
scag
street names for heroin
breathing device
breathing apparatus
breathing machine
ventilator
a device that facilitates breathing in cases of respiratory failure
Browning machine gun
Peacemaker
a belt-fed machine gun capable of firing more than rounds per minute, used by United States troops in World War II and the Korean War
burp gun
machine pistol
a fully automatic pistol, a small submachine gun
calculator
calculating machine
a small machine that is used for mathematical calculations
car
auto
automobile
machine motorcar
a motor vehicle with four wheels, usually propelled by an internal combustion engine, he needs a car to get to work
cash machine
cash dispenser
automated teller machine
automatic teller machine
automated teller
automatic teller
ATM
an unattended machine (outside some banks) that dispenses money when a personal coded card is used
chamberpot
potty
thunder mug
a receptacle for urination or defecation in the bedroom
computer
computing machine
computing device
data processor
electronic computer
information processing system
a machine for performing calculations automatically
dialyzer
dialysis machine
a medical instrument for separating substances in solution by unequal diffusion through semipermeable membranes
diathermy machine a medical instrument for local heating of bodily tissues for medical purposes
dishwasher
dish washer
dishwashing machine
a machine for washing dishes
electrostatic generator
electrostatic machine
Wimshurst machine
Van de Graaff generator
electrical device that produces a high voltage by building up a charge of static electricity
facsimile
facsimile machine
fax
duplicator that transmits the copy by wire or radio
farm machine a machine used in farming
franking machine a machine that automatically stamps letters or packages passing through it and computes the total charge
fruit machine a coin-operated gambling machine that produces random combinations of symbols (usually pictures of different fruits) on rotating dials, certain combinations win money for the player
heart-lung machine a pump to maintain circulation during heart surgery, diverts blood from the heart and oxygenates it and then pumps it through the body
hovercraft
ground-effect machine
a craft capable of moving over water or land on a cushion of air created by jet engines
ice machine an electric refrigerator to supply ice cubes
knitting machine a textile machine that makes knitted fabrics
light machine gun a submachine gun not greater than . millimeter
Linotype
Linotype machine
a typesetting machine operated from a keyboard that casts an entire line as a single slug of metal
lithograph
lithograph machine
duplicator that prints by lithography, a flat surface (of stone or metal) is treated to absorb or repel ink in the desired pattern
machine any mechanical or electrical device that transmits or modifies energy to perform or assist in the performance of human tasks
machine simple machine a device for overcoming resistance at one point by applying force at some other point
machine bolt a bolt with a square or hexagonal head on one end and a threaded shaft on the other end, tightened with a wrench, used to connect metal parts
machine gun a rapidly firing automatic gun (often mounted)
machine screw a screw used either with a nut or with a tapped hole, slotted head can be driven by a screwdriver
machine shop workshop where metal is cut and shaped etc., by machine tools
machine stitch
sewing-machine stitch
a sewing stitch made by a sewing machine, sometimes using more than one thread
machine tool a powered machine for cutting or shaping or finishing metals or other materials
magneto
magnetoelectric machine
a small dynamo with a secondary winding that produces a high voltage enabling a spark to jump between the poles of a spark plug in a gasoline engine
microwave diathermy machine diathermy machine that uses microwave radiation as the source of heat
milking machine machine consisting of a suction apparatus for milking cows mechanically
miller
milling machine
machine tool in which metal that is secured to a carriage is fed against rotating cutters that shape it
mimeograph
mimeo
mimeograph machine
Roneo
Roneograph
a rotary duplicator that uses a stencil through which ink is pressed (trade mark Roneo)
mincer
mincing machine
a kitchen utensil that cuts or chops food (especially meat) into small pieces
pari-mutuel machine
totalizer totaliser totalizator
totalisator
computer that registers bets and divides the total amount bet among those who won
pavior
paviour
paving machine
a machine for laying pavement
perpetual motion machine a machine that can continue to do work indefinitely without drawing energy from some external source, impossible under the law of conservation of energy
Photostat
Photostat machine
a duplicating machine that makes quick positive or negative copies directly on the surface of prepared paper
pinball machine
pin table
game equipment on which pinball is played, in Britain they call a pinball machine a pin table
plane planer
planing machine
a power tool for smoothing or shaping wood
power saw
saw sawing machine
a power tool for cutting wood
printer
printing machine
a machine that prints
recorder recording equipment
recording machine
equipment for making records
riveting machine
riveter
rivetter
a machine for driving rivets
scale weighing machine a measuring instrument for weighing, shows amount of mass
sewing machine a textile machine used as a home appliance for sewing
shaper
shaping machine
a machine tool for shaping metal or wood
shortwave diathermy machine a diathermy machine that uses short wave radiation as the source of heat
slot machine
coin machine
a machine that is operated by the insertion of a coin in a slot
spinning machine a textile machine for spinning yarn and thread
stamping machine
stamper
a power tool that stamps, a metal stamper
stapler
stapling machine
a machine that inserts staples into sheets of paper in order to fasten them together
tape recorder
tape machine
a magnetic recorder using magnetic tape
teletypewriter
teleprinter
teletype machine
telex
telex machine
a character printer connected to a telegraph that operates like a typewriter
textile machine a machine for making textiles
thresher
thrasher
threshing machine
a farm machine for separating seeds or grain from the husks and straw
time bomb
infernal machine
a bomb that has a detonating mechanism that can be set to go off at a particular time
time machine a science fiction machine that is supposed to transport people or objects into the past or the future
Turing machine a hypothetical computer with an infinitely long memory tape
typesetting machine a printer that sets textual material in type
vending machine a slot machine for selling goods
von Neumann machine any digital computer incorporating the ideas of stored programs and serial counters that were proposed in by von Neumann and his colleagues
voting machine a mechanical device for recording and counting votes mechanically
washer
automatic washer
washing machine
a home appliance for washing clothes and linens automatically
Xerox
xerographic copier
Xerox machine
a duplicator (trade mark Xerox) that copies graphic matter by the action of light on an electrically charged photoconductive insulating surface in which the latent image is developed with a resinous powder
Xay machine an apparatus that provides a source of X rays
machine translation
MT
the use of computers to translate from one language to another
machine code
machine language
a set of instructions coded so that the computer can use it directly without further translation
machine-displayable text electronic text that is stored and used in the form of a digital image
machine readable dictionary
MRD
electronic dictionary
a machineeadable version of a standard dictionary, organized alphabetically
computer language
computer-oriented language
machine language machine-oriented language
a programming language designed for use on a specific class of computers
boom roar
roaring
thunder
a deep prolonged loud noise
thunder a booming or crashing noise caused by air expanding along the path of a bolt of lightning
military
armed forces
armed services
military machine
war machine
the military forces of a nation, their military is the largest in the region, the military machine is the same one we faced in but now it is weaker
machine
political machine
a group that controls the activities of a political party, he was endorsed by the Democratic machine
machine an intricate organization that accomplishes its goals efficiently, the war machine
Thunder Bay a port city in Ontario on Lake Superior
artilleryman
cannoneer
gunner
machine gunner
a serviceman in the artillery
machine an efficient person, the boxer was a magnificent fighting machine
machine politician
ward-heeler
political hack
hack
a politician who belongs to a small clique that controls a political party for private rather than public ends
sewing-machine operator someone who sews by operating a sewing machine
computer operation
machine operation
an elementary operation that a computer is designed and built to perform
thunder
roar
utter words loudly and forcefully, `Get out of here,' he roared
thunder to make or produce a loud noise, The river thundered below, The engine roared as the driver pushed the car to full throttle
machine gun shoot with a machine gun
machine wash
machine-wash
wash by machine, Can these shirts be machine-washed?
machine make by machinery, The Americans were machining while others still hand-made cars
machine turn, shape, mold, or otherwise finish by machinery
thunder move fast, noisily, and heavily, The bus thundered down the road

 

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