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Lexikoneinträge für dynamite; nitroglycerine explosive; giant powder / to dynamite sth.; to blow sth. up using dynamite

Blow (v. i.) To flower
Blow (v. t.) To cause to blossom
Blow (n.) A blossom
Blow (n.) A forcible stroke with the hand, fist, or some instrument, as a rod, a club, an ax, or a sword.
Blow (n.) A sudden or forcible act or effort
Blow (n.) The infliction of evil
Blow (v. i.) To produce a current of air
Blow (v. i.) To send forth a forcible current of air, as from the mouth or from a pair of bellows.
Blow (v. i.) To breathe hard or quick
Blow (v. i.) To sound on being blown into, as a trumpet.
Blow (v. i.) To spout water, etc., from the blowholes, as a whale.
Blow (v. i.) To be carried or moved by the wind
Blow (v. i.) To talk loudly
Blow (v. t.) To force a current of air upon with the mouth, or by other means
Blow (v. t.) To drive by a current air
Blow (v. t.) To cause air to pass through by the action of the mouth, or otherwise
Blow (v. t.) To clear of contents by forcing air through
Blow (v. t.) To burst, shatter, or destroy by an explosion
Blow (v. t.) To spread by report
Blow (v. t.) To form by inflation
Blow (v. t.) To inflate, as with pride
Blow (v. t.) To put out of breath
Blow (v. t.) To deposit eggs or larvae upon, or in (meat, etc.).
Blow (n.) A blowing, esp., a violent blowing of the wind
Blow (n.) The act of forcing air from the mouth, or through or from some instrument
Blow (n.) The spouting of a whale.
Blow (n.) A single heat or operation of the Bessemer converter.
Blow (n.) An egg, or a larva, deposited by a fly on or in flesh, or the act of depositing it.
Blow-off (n.) A blowing off steam, water, etc.
Blow-off (adj.) as, a blow-off cock or pipe.
Blow-off (adj.) An outburst of temper or excitement.
Blow-out (n.) The cleaning of the flues of a boiler from scale, etc., by a blast of steam.
Blow valve () See Snifting valve.
By-blow (n.) A side or incidental blow
By-blow (n.) An illegitimate child
Dover's Powder () A powder of ipecac and opium, compounded, in the United States, with sugar of milk, but in England (as formerly in the United States) with sulphate of potash, and in France (as in Dr. Dover's original prescription) with nitrate and sulphate of potash and licorice. It is an anodyne diaphoretic.
Dynamite (n.) An explosive substance consisting of nitroglycerin absorbed by some inert, porous solid, as infusorial earth, sawdust, etc. It is safer than nitroglycerin, being less liable to explosion from moderate shocks, or from spontaneous decomposition.
Explosive (a.) Driving or bursting out with violence and noise
Explosive (n.) An explosive agent
Explosive (n.) A sound produced by an explosive impulse of the breath
Giant (n.) A man of extraordinari bulk and stature.
Giant (n.) A person of extraordinary strength or powers, bodily or intellectual.
Giant (n.) Any animal, plant, or thing, of extraordinary size or power.
Giant (a.) Like a giant
Goa powder () A bitter powder (also called araroba) found in the interspaces of the wood of a Brazilian tree (Andira araroba) and used as a medicine. It is the material from which chrysarobin is obtained.
James's powder () Antimonial powder, first prepared by Dr. James, ar English physician
Powder (n.) The fine particles to which any dry substance is reduced by pounding, grinding, or triturating, or into which it falls by decay
Powder (n.) An explosive mixture used in gunnery, blasting, etc.
Powder (v. t.) To reduce to fine particles
Powder (v. t.) To sprinkle with powder, or as with powder
Powder (v. t.) To sprinkle with salt
Powder (v. i.) To be reduced to powder
Powder (v. i.) To use powder on the hair or skin
Powder-posted (a.) Affected with dry rot

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

blow puff forceful exhalation through the nose or mouth, he gave his nose a loud blow, he blew out all the candles with a single puff
blow a powerful stroke with the fist or a weapon, a blow on the head
giant any creature of exceptional size
giant moa
Dinornis giganteus
the largest moa, about feet high
giant salamander
Megalobatrachus maximus
large (up to more than three feet) edible salamander of Asia
Pacific giant salamander
Dicamptodon ensatus
large (to inches) salamander of western North America
giant tortoise very large tortoises of the Galapagos and Seychelles islands
Komodo dragon
Komodo lizard
dragon lizard
giant lizard
Varanus komodoensis
the largest lizard in the world ( feet), found on Indonesian islands
giant kangaroo
great grey kangaroo
Macropus giganteus
very large greyish-brown Australian kangaroo formerly abundant in open wooded areas
giant conch
Strombus gigas
a large variety of conch
giant clam
Tridacna gigas
a large clam inhabiting reefs in the southern Pacific and weighing up to pounds
sea scallop
giant scallop
Pecten magellanicus
a large scallop inhabiting deep waters of the Atlantic coast of North America
giant northwest shipworm
Bankia setaceae
giant shipworm of the Pacific coast of North America
giant squid
largest mollusk known about but never seen (tofeet long)
giant crab
Macrocheira kaempferi
very large deep-water Japanese crab
giant petrel
giant fulmar
Macronectes giganteus
large brownish petrel chiefly of Antarctic seas
giant schnauzer a large schnauzer
blow fly
large usually hairy metallic blue or green fly, lays eggs in carrion or dung or wounds
giant hornet
Vespa crabro
European hornet introduced into the United States
powder-post termite
Cryptotermes brevis
extremely destructive dry-wood termite of warm regions
giant cockroach large tropical American cockroaches
giant water bug large water bug with piercing and sucking mouthparts, feeds on young fishes
giant silkworm moth
silkworm moth
any silkworm moth of the family Saturniidae
silkworm giant silkworm
wild wilkworm
larva of a saturniid moth, spins a large amount of strong silk in constructing its cocoon
giant eland
Taurotragus derbianus
large dark striped eland of western equatorial Africa
giant armadillo
Priodontes giganteus
about three feet long exclusive of tail
ant bear giant anteater
great anteater
Myrmecophaga jubata
large shaggy-haired toothless anteater with long tongue and powerful claws, of South America
giant panda
panda panda bear
coon bear
Ailuropoda melanoleuca
large black-and-white herbivorous mammal of bamboo forests of China and Tibet, in some classifications considered a member of the bear family or of a separate family Ailuropodidae
giant perch
giant seaperch
Asian seabass
white seabass
Lates calcarifer
a species of large perch noted for its sporting and eating qualities, lives in marine, estuary, and freshwater habitats
pigfish giant pigfish
Achoerodus gouldii
found around the Great Barrier Reef
Goa powder
a bitter yellow powder used to treat skin diseases
aspirin powder
headache powder
a powdered form of aspirin
baby powder powder used to prevent a baby's diaper from chafing
blowpipe blowtube blow tube
a tube through which darts can be shot by blowing
blow tube
a tube that directs air or gas into a flame to concentrate heat
bursting charge
explosive charge
a quantity of explosive to be set off at one time, this cartridge has a powder charge ofgrains
nose candy
street names for cocaine
powder compact
a small cosmetics case with a mirror, to be carried in a woman's purse
disrupting explosive
bursting explosive
a high explosive that is used to damage the target that is under attack
Dover's powder a medicinal powder made essentially of ipecac and opium, formerly used to relieve pain and induce perspiration
dynamite an explosive containing nitrate sensitized with nitroglycerin absorbed on wood pulp
explosive a chemical substance that undergoes a rapid chemical change (with the production of gas) on being heated or struck
explosive compound a compound that is explosive
explosive detection system
a rapid automatic system to detect plastic explosives in passengers' luggage using Xay technology and computers, designed for use in airports
explosive device device that bursts with sudden violence from internal energy
explosive mixture a mixture that is explosive
explosive trace detection
a system for screening luggage in airports, an agent passes a swab around or inside luggage and then runs the swab through a machine that can detect trace amounts of explosives
face powder cosmetic powder for the face
fuel-air explosive
a device consisting of a container of fuel and two explosive charges, the first charge bursts open the fuel container at a predetermined height and spreads the fuel in a cloud that mixes with atmospheric oxygen, the second charge detonates the cloud which creates an enormous blast wave and incinerates whatever is below
hand blower
blow dryer
blow drier
hair dryer
hair drier
a hand-held electric blower that can blow warm air onto the hair, used for styling hair
improvised explosive device
an explosive device that is improvised
ladies' room
powder room
a woman's restroom in a public (or semipublic) building
magazine powder store
powder magazine
a storehouse (as a compartment on a warship) where weapons and ammunition are stored
plastic explosive
an explosive material that is easily molded around the object it is intended to destroy
powder any of various cosmetic or medical preparations dispensed in the form of a pulverized powder
powder and shot ammunition consisting of gunpowder and bullets for muskets
powder horn
powder flask
container for carrying gunpowder, made of the hollow horn of an animal
powder keg keg (usually made of metal) for gunpowder or blasting powder
propellant explosive
impulse explosive
an explosive that is used to propel projectiles from guns or to propel rockets and missiles or to launch torpedos and depth charges
soap powder
built-soap powder
washing powder
soap in powdered form mixed with alkaline builders
talcum powder
a toilet powder made of purified talc and usually scented, absorbs excess moisture
toilet powder
bath powder
dusting powder
a fine powder for spreading on the body (as after bathing)
tooth powder
a dentifrice in the form of a powder
powder blue a pale blue color with grey in it
powder metallurgy the metallurgy of powdered metals, how to produce solid metal objects from powdered metal by compaction and sintering
low blow unscrupulous abuse
shock blow an unpleasant or disappointing surprise, it came as a shock to learn that he was injured
an impact (as from a collision), the bump threw him off the bicycle
reverse reversal setback blow black eye an unfortunate happening that hinders or impedes, something that is thwarting or frustrating
carob powder
powder from the ground seeds and pods of the carob tree, used as a chocolate substitute
cocoa powder the powdery remains of chocolate liquor after cocoa butter is removed, used in baking and in low fat and low calorie recipes and as a flavoring for ice cream
baking-powder biscuit leavened with baking powder
five spice powder Chinese seasoning made by grinding star anise and fennel and pepper and cloves and cinnamon
chili powder powder made of ground chili peppers mixed with e.g. cumin and garlic and oregano
curry powder pungent blend of cumin and ground coriander seed and turmeric and other spices
powdered milk
dry milk
dried milk
milk powder
dehydrated milk
giant an unusually large enterprise, Walton built a retail giant
giant star
a very bright star of large diameter and low density (relative to the Sun)
Jovian planet
gas giant
any of the four outermost planets in the solar system, much larger than Earth and gaseous in nature (like Jupiter)
red giant
red giant star
a large, old, luminous star, has a relatively low surface temperature and a diameter large relative to the sun
giant an imaginary figure of superhuman size and strength, appears in folklore and fairy tales
bastard by-blow
love child
illegitimate child
the illegitimate offspring of unmarried parents
colossus behemoth giant heavyweight
a person of exceptional importance and reputation
goliath behemoth
monster colossus
someone or something that is abnormally large and powerful
giant hulk
heavyweight whale
a very large person, impressive in size or qualities
John Doe Joe Blow
Joe Bloggs
man in the street
a hypothetical average man
powder monkey someone who carries explosives (as from the magazine to the guns on board a warship)
Stephen A. Douglas
Stephen Arnold Douglas
Little Giant
United States politician who proposed that individual territories be allowed to decide whether they would have slavery, he engaged in a famous series of debates with Abraham Lincoln (-)
a strong current of air, the tree was bent almost double by the gust
lowland fir
lowland white fir
giant fir
grand fir
Abies grandis
lofty fir of the Pacific coast of northwestern America having long curving branches and deep green leaves
giant sequoia
big tree
Sierra redwood
Sequoiadendron giganteum
Sequoia gigantea
Sequoia Wellingtonia
extremely lofty evergreen of southern end of western foothills of Sierra Nevada in California, largest living organism
giant buttercup
Laccopetalum giganteum
spectacular perennial native of wet montane grasslands of Peru, formerly included in genus Ranunculus
giant taro
Alocasia macrorrhiza
large evergreen with extremely large erect or spreading leaves, cultivated widely in tropics for its edible rhizome and shoots, used in wet warm regions as a stately ornamental
giant coreopsis
Coreopsis gigantea
large treelike shrub having feathery leaves and clusters of large yellow flower heads, coastal southern California
giant sunflower
tall sunflower
Indian potato Helianthus giganteus
very tall American perennial of central and the eastern United States to Canada having edible tuberous roots
stream orchid
giant helleborine
Epipactis gigantea
orchid growing along streams or ponds of western North America having leafy stems and greenish-brown and pinkish flower in the axil of each upper leaf
giant reed
Arundo donax
large rhizomatous perennial grasses found by riversides and in ditches having jointed stems and large grey-white feathery panicles
giant star grass
Cynodon plectostachyum
perennial grass having stems to feet high, used especially in Africa and India for pasture and hay
giant ryegrass
Elymus condensatus
Leymus condensatus
stout perennial grass of western North America
giant foxtail two species of coarse annual foxtails that are naturalized weeds in United States


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