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Faustachse Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Faustachse {f} [techn.]
Faustachsen {pl}
gekröpfte Faustachse
stub axle
stub axles
cranked stub axle
Faustachse {f} [techn.]
Faustachsen {pl}
gekröpfte Faustachse
stub axle
stub axles
cranked stub axle
Faust {f}
Fäuste {pl}
auf eigene Faust
auf eigene Faust
mit eiserner Faust
mit der Faust auf den Tisch schlagen [übtr.]
mit der Faust auf den Tisch schlagen [übtr.]
mit den Fäusten kämpfen
fist
fists
off one's own bat
on one's own, on one's own initiative, on one's own hook
with an iron hand, with iron fist
to put one's foot down
to thump the table with one's fist
to fist-fight
stoßen {vt} (mit Faust)
stoßend
gestoßen
to punch
punching
punched
Faust
fist
schlug mit der Faust
fisted
Faust {f}
Fäuste {pl}
auf eigene Faust
auf eigene Faust
mit eiserner Faust; mit eiserner Hand
mit der Faust auf den Tisch schlagen [übtr.]
mit den Fäusten kämpfen
Das passt wie die Faust aufs Auge. [Sprw.] (passt nicht zusammen)
fist
fists
off one's own bat
on your own; on your own hook [Am.] (old-fashioned)
with iron fist; with an iron hand
to put one's foot down; to thump the table with one's fist
to fist-fight
That's a chalk-and-cheese match. [prov.]
wie die Faust aufs Auge passen (fälschlich für: 'genau zutreffen zusammenpassen dazupassen') [ugs.]
to be perfectly valid to be a perfect match to perfectly fit suit sth.
faustisch {adj}; Faust(-us)...; seine Seele Integrität usw. für Macht Wissen usw. (an den Teufel) verkaufend
ein Handel Pakt mit dem Teufel
faustian; Faustian
a faustian bargain
etw. hegen; etw. pflegen; sich um etw. bemühen {vt}
hegend; pflegend; sich bemühend
gehegt; gepflegt; sich bemüht
die Hoffnung hegen dass ...
sich der Illusion hingeben dass ...
eine Idee verfolgen
eine Tradition pflegen
die transatlantischen Beziehungen pflegen
ein lang gehegter Traum
Er achtet sehr auf seine Privatsphäre.
Schnittke verfolgte die Idee einer Faust-Oper.
to cherish sth.
cherishing
cherished
to cherish the hope that ...
to cherish the illusion that ...
to cherish an idea
to cherish a tradition
to cherish the transatlantic relations
a long-cherished dream
He cherishes his privacy.
Schnittke cherished the idea of a Faust opera.
etw. öffnen; etw. lösen {vt}
öffnend; lösend
geöffnet; gelöst
seine Faust öffnen
to unclench sth.
unclenching
unclenched
to unclench one's fist
nicht zusammenpassen; nicht harmonisieren {vi}; sich beißen; sich schlagen {vr} (mit etw.)
nicht zusammenpassend; nicht harmonisierend; sich beißend; sich schlagend
nicht zusammengepasst; nicht harmonisiert; sich gebissen; sich geschlagen
Das passt zu ihrem Kleid wie die Faust aufs Auge.
Die moderne Lampe beißt sich mit dem antiken Mobiliar.
to clash; to jar (with sth.)
clashing; jarring
clashed; jarred
It clashes horribly with her dress.
The modern lamp jars with the antique furniture.
hart {adj}; unbarmherzig {adj}
mit einserner Faust
iron-fisted {adj}
iron-fisted {adj}
'Faust. Der Tragödie erster Teil' (von Goethe Werktitel) [lit.]
'Faust: The First Part of the Tragedy' (by Goethe work title)
'Faust. Der Tragödie zweiter Teil' (von Goethe Werktitel) [lit.]
'Faust: The Second Part of the Tragedy' (by Goethe work title)
Faustachse {f} [techn.]
Faustachsen {pl}
gekröpfte Faustachse
stub axle
stub axles
cranked stub axle
Faustball {m} [sport]
fistball
Faustbecher {m}
palm cup
Er hat es faustdick hinter den Ohren.
He's a deep me.
Er hat es faustdick hinter den Ohren.
He's a sly old dog.
Er hat es faustdick hinter den Ohren.
He's a deep one.
fausten
faustend
gefaustet
to fist
fisting
fisted
fausten {vi}
faustend
gefaustet
to fist
fisting
fisted
Handfeuerwaffe {f}; Faustfeuerwaffe {f}
Handfeuerwaffen {pl}; Faustfeuerwaffen {pl}
handgun
handguns
Faustformel {f} [math.]
als Faustformel; über den Daumen gepeilt
rule of thumb
by rule of thumb
Fausthandschuh {m}
mitten
Fausthandschuh
mitten
Fausthandschuh {m}; Fäustling {m}; Fäustel {m} [Süddt.] [textil.]
Fausthandschuhe {pl}; Fäustlinge {pl}; Fäustel {pl}
mitten
mittens
Fausthantel {f} [sport]
Fausthanteln {pl}
hand barbell
hand barbells
Faustkampf {m}
Faustkämpfe {pl}
fist-fight, fistfight
fist-fights
Faustkämpfe
fist-fights
Faustkaempfe
fist fights
Faustkaempfe
fistfights
Faustkämpfe
pugilisms
Faustkampf {m}
Faustkämpfe {pl}
fist-fight; fistfight
fist-fights
Boxer {m}; Boxerin {f}; Faustkämpfer {m} [sport]
Boxer {pl}; Boxerinnen {pl}; Faustkämpfer {pl}
boxer
boxers
faustkämpferisch {adj}
pugilistic
faustkaempferisch
pugilistic
Faustkampf {m}
boxing contest
Faustkampf {m}, Boxen {n}
pugilism
Faustkampf
fist-fight
Faustkampf
fist fight
Faustkampf
fistfight
Faustkampf
pugilism
Faustkampf {m}; Boxen {n}
pugilism
seine Fäuste heben; seine Fäuste hochnehmen (um sich auf einen Faustkampf vorzubereiten)
Fäuste hoch!
Fäuste hoch!
to put up one's dukes [slang.] [Br.] (to prepare for a fist fight)
Put up your dukes! [Br.]
Duke it out! [Am.]
Faustkeil {m}
hand axe
Faustpfand {n}
Faustpfänder {pl}
dead pledge
dead pledges
Faustpfaender
dead pledges
Faustpfand
dead pledge
Faustrecht {n}
club law
Faustrecht
club law
Erfahrungsregel, Faustregel
rule of thumb
Faustregel {f}, Daumenregel {f}
Faustregeln {pl}, Daumenregeln {pl}
über den Daumen gepeilt, als Faustregel
rule of thumb, rule of the thumb, rule-of-thumb
rules of the thumb
by rule of thumb
Mooresches Gesetz, Faustregel, dass sich die Komplexität von integrierten Schaltkreisen etwa alle 24 Monate verdoppelt [comp.]
Moore's Law
Faustregel
rule-of-thumb
Faustregel
rule of the thumb
Faustregel
rule of thumb
Faustregel {f}
Faustregeln {pl}
als Faustregel gilt; als Faustregel kann man sagen
rule of thumb; rule of the thumb
rules of thumb; rules of the thumb
as a rule of thumb
Mooresches Gesetz; Faustregel dass sich die Komplexität von integrierten Schaltkreisen etwa alle 24 Monate verdoppelt [comp.]
Moore's Law
Faustregeln
rules of the thumb
'Fausts Verdammnis' (von Berlioz Werktitel) [mus.]
'Faust's Damnation' (by Berlioz work title)
Faustschlag {m}, Schlagkraft {f}
Faustschläge {pl}
punch
punches
Faustschlaege
fisticuffs
Faustschlaege, schlaegt
punches
Faustschlag {m}; Schlagkraft {f}
Faustschläge {pl}
punch
punches
Faustschlag {m}
sock
Faustschlag {m}
fisticuff
Faustschlag, Schlagkraft
punch
jdm. einen Faustschlag versetzen {vt}
jdm. eine reinhauen [slang]
to punch sb.
to punch sb.'s lights out

Deutsche Synonyme für Faustachse

Englische Synonyme für stub axle

stub  Thule  Ultima Thule  billhead  bitter end  book stamp  bookplate  bottom dollar  boundary  brand  broad arrow  brush  butt  butt end  cachet  carton of cigarettes  cauda  caudal appendage  caudation  check  cig  cigarette  cigarette butt  cigarette case  colophon  counterfoil  countermark  cue  deck of cigarettes  dock  docket  end  extreme  extremity  fag  fag end  fantail  farthest bound  government mark  government stamp  hallmark  imprint  jumping-off place  label  letterhead  limit  logo  logotype  masthead  nib  pigtail  plate  point  pole  price tag  queue  rattail  receipt  registered trademark  remnant  running head  running title  seal  sigil  signet  snipe  stamp  sticker  stump  tag  tag end  tail  tail end  tailpiece  tally  ticket  tip  title page  token  trade name  trademark  trademark name  
stubble  Vandyke  afterglow  afterimage  balance  barb  barbel  beard  beaver  bones  bristle  bristles  butt  butt end  candle ends  chaff  culm  deadwood  debris  detritus  dishwater  down  draff  dregs  dust  end  fag end  filings  fossil  garbage  gash  goatee  hogwash  holdover  husks  imperial  leavings  lees  leftovers  odds and ends  offal  offscourings  orts  parings  peach fuzz  potsherds  rags  raspings  refuse  relics  remainder  remains  remnant  residue  residuum  rest  roach  rubbish  ruins  rump  sawdust  scourings  scrap iron  scraps  scum  setula  setule  shadow  shards  shavings  side whiskers  slack  slag  slop  slops  straw  striga  stump  survival  sweepings  swill  tares  trace  tuft  vestige  wastage  waste  waste matter  wastepaper  weeds  whiskers  
stubbled  barbellate  bearded  bewhiskered  bristled  bristling  bristly  glochidiate  hairy  hirsute  hispid  setaceous  setose  setous  strigal  strigate  strigose  stubbly  studded  unshaven  whiskered  
stubborn  adamant  adamantine  adherent  adhesive  assiduous  balking  balky  bigoted  bulldogged  bulldoggish  bulldoggy  bulletheaded  bullheaded  cantankerous  cartilaginous  case-hardened  chewy  clingy  cohesive  constant  continuing  contumacious  coriaceous  determined  diligent  dogged  dogmatic  dour  durable  enduring  faithful  fanatic  fibrous  firm  fundamentalist  gluey  glutinous  gristly  gummy  hard  hardheaded  hardy  headstrong  hidebound  immovable  immutable  impliable  inalterable  indefatigable  indomitable  inductile  industrious  inelastic  inexorable  inextensible  inextensile  inextensional  inflexible  insistent  insubordinate  intolerant  intractable  intractile  intransigent  invincible  iron  ironbound  ironclad  ironhanded  irresilient  lasting  leatherlike  leathery  loyal  mulish  muscle-bound  never-tiring  nonelastic  nonstretchable  obdurate  obstinate  opinionated  ornery  orthodox  overzealous  patient  patient as Job  permanent  perseverant  persevering  persistent  persisting  pertinacious  pigheaded  plodding  plugging  preoccupied  procrustean  purist  puristic  puritan  puritanic  rapt  rebellious  recalcitrant  refractory  relentless  resistant  resolute  restive  rigid  rigorist  rigoristic  rigorous  rockbound  ropy  sedulous  self-adhesive  self-willed  set  sinewy  single-minded  sleepless  slogging  stable  steadfast  steady  stickable  sticky  stiff  stiff-necked  straightlaced  straitlaced  stringy  strong  strong-willed  strongheaded  stunt  sulky  sullen  tacky  tenacious  tireless  tough  tough as leather  unabating  unalterable  unbending  uncompromising  unconquerable  uncooperative  undaunted  undiscouraged  undrooping  unextendible  unextensible  unfailing  unfaltering  unflagging  unflexible  unflinching  ungiving  unintermitting  uninterrupted  unlimber  unmalleable  unnodding  unpliable  unpliant  unregenerate  unrelaxing  unrelenting  unremitting  unsleeping  unswerving  untiring  untractable  unwavering  
stubbornness  adhesiveness  antipathy  application  assiduity  assiduousness  averseness  aversion  backwardness  balkiness  bigotry  bulldog tenacity  bullheadedness  cantankerousness  cohesiveness  concentration  consistency  constancy  contempt  contumaciousness  contumacy  cursoriness  defiance  defiance of authority  despite  determination  diligence  disagreement  disinclination  disobedience  disrelish  dissent  distaste  dogged perseverance  doggedness  dogmatism  durability  endurance  engrossment  fanaticism  fidelity  firmness  fixed mind  foot-dragging  fractiousness  fundamentalism  gluiness  glutinosity  grudging consent  grudgingness  gumminess  hardheadedness  hardiness  hardness  headstrongness  immovability  immutability  impliability  indefatigability  indisposedness  indisposition  indocility  inductility  industriousness  industry  inelasticity  inexorability  inextensibility  inflexibility  inflexible will  infrangibility  insistence  insistency  intolerance  intractability  intractableness  irresilience  irresiliency  lack of enthusiasm  lack of zeal  lastingness  leatherlikeness  loyalty  mulishness  mutinousness  nolition  obduracy  obdurateness  obstinacy  obstinateness  obstreperousness  opinionatedness  opposition  orneriness  orthodoxy  overzealousness  patience  patience of Job  perfunctoriness  permanence  perseverance  persistence  persistency  pertinaciousness  pertinacity  pigheadedness  plodding  plugging  precisianism  preoccupation  purism  puritanism  recalcitrance  recalcitrancy  recalcitration  refractoriness  refusal  relentlessness  reluctance  renitence  renitency  repugnance  resistance  resolution  restiveness  retention  rigidity  rigidness  rigor  rigorousness  ropiness  sedulity  sedulousness  self-will  single-mindedness  singleness of purpose  slogging  slowness  snugness  stability  stamina  staying power  steadfastness  steadiness  stick-to-itiveness  stickiness  stiff neck  stiff-neckedness  stiffness  strength  s  
stubby  blocky  chubby  chunky  dumpy  fat  heavyset  podgy  pudgy  pug  pugged  retrousse  snub-nosed  squat  squattish  squatty  stocky  stubbed  stumpy  thick-bodied  thickset  tubby  turned-up  

Lexikoneinträge für stub axle / stub axles / cranked stub axle

Axle (n.) The pin or spindle on which a wheel revolves, or which revolves with a wheel.
Axle (n.) A transverse bar or shaft connecting the opposite wheels of a car or carriage
Axle (n.) An axis
Axle box () A bushing in the hub of a wheel, through which the axle passes.
Axle box () The journal box of a rotating axle, especially a railway axle.
Axle guard () The part of the framing of a railway car or truck, by which an axle box is held laterally, and in which it may move vertically
Cranked (a.) Formed with, or having, a bend or crank
Stub (n.) The stump of a tree
Stub (n.) A log
Stub (n.) The short blunt part of anything after larger part has been broken off or used up
Stub (n.) A part of a leaf in a check book, after a check is torn out, on which the number, amount, and destination of the check are usually recorded.
Stub (n.) A pen with a short, blunt nib.
Stub (n.) A stub nail
Stub (v. t.) To grub up by the roots
Stub (v. t.) To remove stubs from
Stub (v. t.) To strike as the toes, against a stub, stone, or other fixed object.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

axle a shaft on which a wheel rotates
axle bar an iron bar that serves as an axletree
butt stub the small unused part of something (especially the end of a cigarette that is left after smoking)
dead axle an axle that carries a wheel but without power to drive it
live axle
driving axle
the axle of a self-propelled vehicle that provides the driving power
stub nail a short thick nail
wheel and axle hoist so arranged that a rope unwinding from a wheel is wound onto a cylindrical drum or shaft coaxial with the wheel
stub check stub
counterfoil
the part of a check that is retained as a record
stub
ticket stub
a torn part of a ticket returned to the holder as a receipt
nub
stub
a small piece, a nub of coal, a stub of a pencil
stub a short piece remaining on a trunk or stem where a branch is lost
axle grease a thick heavy grease used to lubricate axles
stub strike (one's toe) accidentally against an object, She stubbed her toe in the dark and now it's broken
stub clear of weeds by uprooting them, stub a field
stub out
crush out
extinguish press out
extinguish by crushing, stub out your cigar
stub extinguish by crushing, stub out your cigarette now
stub pull up (weeds) by their roots

 

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