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Gangerz {n} [min.]
vein ore; lode ore
Gangerz {n} [min.]
vein ore; lode ore
erster Gang, langsamster Gang
low gear
Gang, Lauf, Kurs
course
Gespräch in Gang halten
support the conversation
im Gang
in progress
im schnellsten Gang
in top gear
in Gang, in Betrieb
at work
Laufzeit, Verlauf, Gang
tenor
schnellster Gang, höchster Gang
top gear
zweiter Gang
second gear
Ader {m}, Gang {m} [geol.]
vein
Durchgang {m}, Korridor {m}, Gang {m}
freier Durchgang
schmaler Durchgang
passage
free passage
alleyway
Fortschritt {m}, Gang {m}
stride
Funktionieren {n}, Gang {m}, Lauf {m} (einer Maschine)
in Gang kommen
operation (of a machine)
to come into operation
Gang {m}
errand, way, visit
Gang {m}, Arbeitsgang {m}
running, working, action, operation
Gang {m}
erster Gang
in den dritten Gang schalten
einen Gang einlegen
den Gang herausnehmen
Fünfgang ...
gear, speed
first gear, bottom gear [Br.]
to change (shift [Am.]) into third gear
to engage a gear
to put the car in neutral
5-speed
in vollem Gang(e) sein
to be in full swing
seinen Gang gehen
to take its course
Gang {m}, Durchgang {m}
Gänge {pl}, Durchgänge {pl}
hallway, passage, passageway, gangway
hallways, passages, passageways, gangways
Gang {m}, Laufsteg {m}
walkway
Gang {m}
breitbeiniger Gang, schaukelnder Gang
einen schlurfenden Gang haben
gait
rolling gait
to have a shuffling gait
Gang {m} (beim Essen)
Gänge {pl}
Drei-Gänge-Menü
course (of a meal)
courses
three courses menue
Gang zwischen Sitzbänken
aisle
unsicherer Gang
toddle
der normale Gang der Dinge
the ordinary run of things
etw. in Gang halten, etw. im Fluss halten
to keep sth. going
in Gang kommen
to get going, to get starting, to get under
in Gang setzen
to launch
in Gang setzen
to put in train
in Gang setzen
to start up, to get sth. going
in Gang gebracht
actuated
Hergang {m}, Gang der Ereignisse
course of events
Korridor {m}, Gang {m}, Flur {m}
Korridore {pl}, Gänge {pl}, Flure {pl}
corridor
corridors
zurück zur Normalität, wieder auf dem richtigen Weg
wieder auf dem richtigen Weg sein
etw. wieder auf Kurs bringen
ein verzögertes Projekt wieder in Gang bringen
back on track
to be back on track
to put
get sth. back on track
to put a stalled project back on track
Röhre {f}, Gang {m}, Ductus {m} [anat.]
duct
Show {f}
die Show in Gang halten
show
to keep the show rolling
Spaziergang {m}, Gang {m}
einen Spaziergang machen
mit jdm. einen Spaziergang machen
walk
to go for a walk, to take a walk
to take so. for a walk
Wiegen {n}, Schaukeln {n} (im Gang)
roll (of a person's gait)
anwerfen, in Gang bringen {vt}
anwerfend, in Gang bringend
angeworfen, in Gang gebracht
to actuate
actuating
actuated
schalten, den Gang wechseln [auto]
schaltend, den Gang wechselnd
geschaltet, den Gang gewechselt
to change gears
changing gears
changed gears
watschelnder Gang
waddle
Er hielt die Sache in Gang.
He kept the pot boiling.
Es ist gang und gäbe.
It is the custom.
Gang
ambulation
in vollem Gang
be in full swing
Gang schalten
change gear
Gang
gait
Gang
gangway
Gang
gear
in Gang setzen
get going
in Gang kommen
get under way
Er hielt die Sache in Gang
he kept the pot boiling
in Gang setzen
launch
Gang
lode
Gang
passage
in vollem Gang sein
to be in full swing
in Gang kommen
to get under
in Gang setzen
to start up
der Gang der Geschäfte
the course of business
Kurs; (Essens-)Gang
course
Ader {m}; Gang {m} [geol.]
vein
sich in Bewegung setzen; anlaufen; in Gang kommen [übtr.] {vi}
Das Schiff ist vorige Woche ausgelaufen.
Der Startschuss für das Turnier war (am) Freitag.
Ihr Gesellschaftsleben muss erst richtig in Gang kommen.
Die geballte Durchsetzung von technischen Innovationen kommt immer erst in Gang wenn die Weltwirtschaft eine tiefgreifende Krise durchlaufen hat.
to get under way
The ship got under way last week.
The tournament got under way on Friday.
Her social life has yet to get properly under way.
A concentrated implementation of technological innovations typically will not get under way before the global economy has gone through a deep crisis.
Echappement {n}; Gang {m}; Hemmung {f} (Uhr)
Spindelhemmung {f}; Spindelgang {m}
Hemmung mit Steigrad
escapement (timepiece)
fusee escapement
verge escapement
Fortschritt {m}; Gang {m}
stride
Funktionieren {n}; Gang {m}; Lauf {m} (einer Maschine)
in Gang kommen
operation (of a machine)
to come into operation
Gang {m}
errand; way; visit
Gang {m}; Arbeitsgang {m}
running; working; action; operation
Gang {m} (Kfz Fahrrad)
erster Gang
in den dritten Gang schalten
einen Gang einlegen
einen Gang hochschalten
den Gang einlegen
den Gang herausnehmen
den Gang heraußen lassen
wenn ein Gang eingelegt ist
den Gang eingelegt lassen
Im dritten Gang fahren
schalten; den Gang wechseln
in den niedrigsten höchsten Gang schalten
Ich finde den Rückwärtsgang nicht.
Wenn du startest den Motor anlässt dann schau dass kein Gang eingelegt ist.
Er legte den Gang ein und fuhr los.
Ihr altes Auto hat nur vier Gänge.
Auf halbem Weg bergauf ist mir beim Fahrrad der Gang herausgesprungen.
gear; speed (car bicycle)
first gear; bottom gear [Br.]
to change [Br.] shift [Am.] into third gear
to engage a gear
to shift up a gear
to put the car in into gear
to take the car out of gear; to put the car in neutral
to leave the car in neutral
while you're in gear
to leave the car in gear
to drive in third gear.
to change [Br.] shift switch [Am.] gear
to change into bottom top gear [Br.]; to shift into low high gear [Am.]
I can't find the reverse gear.
When you start the engine make sure the car's in neutral.
He put the car in into gear and drove away.
Her old car has only four speeds.
Halfway up the hill my bike slipped out of gear.
Gang {m}; Durchgang {m} (zwischen Wänden)
Gänge {pl}; Durchgänge {pl}
freier Durchgang
passageway; passage
passageways; passages
free passage
Gang {m} zwischen Sitzreihen (Theater; Flugzeug)
gangway [Br.]
Gang {m}; Laufsteg {m}
walkway
Gang {m} (die Art zu gehen)
breitbeiniger Gang; schaukelnder Gang
einen schlurfenden Gang haben
gait
rolling gait
to have a shuffling gait
Gang {m} (beim Essen)
Gänge {pl}
Drei-Gänge-Menü
course (of a meal)
courses
three-course menu
etw. in Gang bringen; auf den Weg bringen; anlaufen lassen; mit etw. beginnen {vt}
die Atmung in Gang bringen
die Sache in Angriff nehmen
mit den Arbeiten rasch beginnen
to get sth. under way
to get breathing under way
to get things under way
to get works swiftly under way
Gang {m} (zwischen Sitzbänken)
aisle
unsicherer Gang {m}
toddling walk; toddle
in einem Gang (befindlich) {adj} [anat.]
intraductal
etw. in Gang halten; etw. im Fluss halten
to keep sth. going
in Gang kommen
to get going; to get starting; to get under
in Gang setzen
to start up; to get sth. going
in vollem Gang; in Fahrt; auf Touren sein {vi}
1781 als der amerikanische Unabhängigkeitskrieg in vollem Gang war
Barbara war richtig in Fahrt.
to be in (full) spate [Br.]
In 1781 when the American War of Independence was in full spate
Barbara was in full spate.
Hergang {m}; Gang der Ereignisse
course of events
Herunterschalten {n}; Zurückschalten {n} (in einen niedrigeren Gang) [auto]
downchange [Br.]; downshift [Am.] (into a lower gear)
Korridor {m}; Gang {m}; Flur {m}; Eren {m} [Süddt.]
Korridore {pl}; Gänge {pl}; Flure {pl}
Gang der beiderseits zu Räumen führt
corridor
corridors
hall; hallway [Am.] (corridor with rooms on either side)
zurück zur Normalität; wieder auf dem richtigen Weg
wieder auf dem richtigen Weg sein
etw. wieder auf Kurs bringen
ein verzögertes Projekt wieder in Gang bringen
back on track
to be back on track
to put get sth. back on track
to put a stalled project back on track
Röhre {f}; Gang {m}; Ductus {m} [anat.]
duct
Sitzplatz {m}
Sitzplätze {pl}
Sitzplätze {pl}
Sitzplatz am Gang
Es sind 400 Sitzplätze in der Halle.
seat
seats
seating accommodations
aisle seat
The hall seats 400.
Spaziergang {m}; Gang {m}
einen Spaziergang machen
mit jdm. einen Spaziergang machen
walk
to go for a walk; to take a walk
to take sb. for a walk
Verlauf {m}; Ablauf {m}; Lauf {m}; Gang {m}
im Laufe der Zeit: mit der Zeit
im Laufe des Tages
im Laufe der Jahre; mit den Jahren
einen guten Verlauf nehmen
einen schlechten Verlauf nehmen
im Lauf; im Laufe
im Laufe des Gesprächs
im weiteren Verlauf
Erst im Laufe der Zeit ....
seinen Gang gehen
der normale Gang der Dinge
course
in the course of time; over the course of time; over time
in the course of the day
in the course of the years; over the course of the years; over the years
to go well
to go badly
in the course of; during
during the conversation; in the course of the conversation
as events unfolded; as things progressed
It is was only over (the course of) time that ...
to take its course
the ordinary run of things
Wiegen {n}; Schaukeln {n} (im Gang)
roll (of a person's gait)
anwerfen; in Gang bringen {vt}
anwerfend; in Gang bringend
angeworfen; in Gang gebracht
to actuate
actuating
actuated
etw. auslösen; etw. in Gang setzen {vt}
eine Explosion auslösen
to set off <> sth.
to set off an explosion
herunterschalten; zurückschalten (in einen niedrigeren Gang) [auto]
herunterschaltend; zurückschaltend
heruntergeschaltet; zurückgeschaltet
in den zweiten zurückschalten
vom vierten (Gang) in den dritten herunterschlaten
to change down [Br.]; to downchange [Br.]; to downshift [Am.] (into a lower gear)
changing down; downchanging; downshifting
changed down; downchanged; downshifted
to change down downshift into second.
to change down downshift from fourth (gear) into third
etw. initiieren; den Anstoß zu etw. geben; etw. anstoßen [ugs.]; etw. in Gang setzen [soc.]
initiierend; den Anstoß zu gebend; anstoßend; in Gang setzend
initiiert; den Anstoß zu gegeben; angestoßen; in Gang gesetzt
ein neues Projekt initiiert haben
einen Prozess in Gang setzen
to initiate sth.; to set in motion <> sth.; to put in into motion <> sth.
initiating; setting in motion; putting in into motion
initiated; set in motion; put in into motion
to have initiated a new project
to initiate set in motion a process
schalten; den Gang wechseln [auto]
schaltend; den Gang wechselnd
geschaltet; den Gang gewechselt
to change gears
changing gears
changed gears
etw. vorgreifen {vt}
vorgreifend
vorgegriffen
einer Sache vorgreifen
den Gang der Dinge vorwegnehmen
to anticipate
anticipating
anticipated
to anticipate sth.
to anticipate events
(einen Gang) zurückschalten (seine Aktivitäten reduzieren) [übtr.] [soc.]
zurückschaltend
zurückgeschaltet
to downshift [fig.]
downshifting
downshifted
Gehen {n}
Gang {m}
ambulation
ambulation
in Gang kommen
to get off the ground [fig.]
einen Gang höher schalten [übtr.]
to move up a gear [fig.]
in Gang setzen
to set in train
in Gang in Betrieb
up and running
reflationieren; den Geldumlauf steigern
die Wirtschaft ankurbeln; die Wirtschaft in Gang bringen
to reflate
to reflate the economy
etw. anfangen; etw. starten; etw. beginnen; etw. in Gang bringen
to start up sth.
Gangart {f} (eines Pferdes)
gait
Gangart
gait
seine Gangart verschärfen; eine härtere Gangart einschlagen (bei etw. gegenüber jdm.)
to toughen one's stance (in sth. towards sb.)
Zinnerz {n} [min.]
Zinnerz mit Gangart
rohes Zinnerz
unregelmäßig verteiltes Zinnerz
tin ore; tin stone; cassiterite
squat
tin stuff
tin floor
Gangart {f} [min.]
erzhaltige Gangart
vein stuff; lode stuff; gangue (material; mineral; rock); rocky matter; ledge matter; matrix ore
boose
Gangarten
gaits
Erzausscheidung {f} [min.]
gangartige Erzausscheidung
lagerartige Erzausscheidung

vein
flatwork
Lagerstätte {f}; Lager {n}; Vorkommen {n} [min.] [geol.]
Lagerstätten {pl}; Lager {pl}; Vorkommen {pl}
abbauwürdige Lagerstätte; abbauwürdiges Vorkommen
adernförmige Lagerstätte
antiklinale Lagerstätte
ausgebeutete Lagerstätte
erkundete Lagerstätte
gangartige Lagerstätte
gangförmiges Vorkommen
hydrothermale Lagerstätte
intrusive Lagerstätte
kontaktmetamorphe Lagerstätte
lagerförmiges Vorkommen
linsenförmige Lagerstätte
nesterförmiges Vorkommen
oberflächennahe Lagerstätte
stockförmiges Vorkommen
subvulkanische Lagerstätte
supergene Lagerstätten
verworfene Lagerstätte
wasserführende Lagerstätte
als Porenraumfüllung ausgebildete Lagerstätte
deposit
deposits
payable deposit; workable deposit
network deposit
anticlinal reservoir
depleted field
proved deposit
gangue deposit
occurrence in veins
hydrothermal deposit
intrusive deposit
contact-metamorphic deposit
occurrence in beds
lenticulat deposit
occurrence in pockets
superficial deposit
occurrence in floor
subvolcanic depposit
supergene deposits
faulted deposit
water-bearing deposit
interstitial deposit
Gangaufsicht {f}; Fluraufsicht {f} [Dt.] (Dienst) [school]
schoolyard duty; yard duty; hall monitor duty
Gangaufsicht {f}; Fluraufsicht {f} [Dt.] (Person) [school]
hall monitor; yard duty supervisor [Am.]
Gangaufsicht {f}; Fluraufsicht {f} [Dt.] (Vorgang) [school]
schoolyard supervision; yard supervision; hall supervision
gangbar {adj}; begehbar {adj}
gangbar {adj}; ausführbar {adj}
passable {adj}
passable {adj}
Gangbild {n}
gait
Dennebaum {m}, Tennebaum {m}, seitliche Laderaumbegrenzung oberhalb des Gangbordes [naut.]
hatch coaming, hatchway coaming
Dennebaum {m}; Tennebaum {m}; seitliche Laderaumbegrenzung oberhalb des Gangbordes [naut.]
hatch coaming; hatchway coaming
im Gange
in vollem Gange
im Gange sein
noch zu erledigende Arbeit
in progress
in full progress
to be running, to be working, to be under way, to be in progress
work still in progress
im Gange, unterwegs
afoot, underway
im Gange, am Werk
toward
Prozess {m}, Vorgang {m}, Verfahren {n}, Arbeitsverfahren {n}
Prozesse {pl}, Vorgänge {pl}, Verfahren {pl}, Arbeitsverfahren {pl}
technischer Prozess, technisches Verfahren
freiwilliger Prozess
im Gange
im Verlauf (+Genitiv)
im Laufe der Zeit
process
processes
technical process
spontaneous process
in process
in the process of
in process of time
Es ist etwas im Gange.
Something is going on.
im Gange
afoot
in vollem Gange
in full activity
im Gange sein; laufen {vi}
in vollem Gange
noch zu erledigende Arbeit
Die Fahndung läuft.
Die Ermittlungen sind noch im Gange.
Die Besprechung war bereits im Gange.
Die Vorbereitungen für das Großereignis sind in vollem Gange.
to be ongoing; to be in progress; to be under way
in full progress; in full swing
work still in progress
A search is in progress under way.
The investigation is still ongoing.
The meeting was already under way.
Preparations are well under way for the major event.
im Gange
im Gange sein {vi}
Es ist geplant das Gebäude zu verkaufen.
Es kommt Bewegung in die Sache.
In Belgien sind Bestrebungen im Gange Ladendiebstahl unterhalb einer Bagatellgrenze straffrei zu stellen.
afoot; underway {adv}
to be afoot
There are plans afoot to sell the building.
Change is afoot.
Moves are afoot in Belgium to decriminalize shoplifting if a certain de minimis limit is not exceeded.
im Gange; am Werk
toward
Prozess {m}; Vorgang {m}; Verfahren {n}; Arbeitsverfahren {n}
Prozesse {pl}; Vorgänge {pl}; Verfahren {pl}; Arbeitsverfahren {pl}
technischer Prozess; technisches Verfahren
freiwilliger Prozess
im Gange
im Verlauf {+Gen.}
im Laufe der Zeit
process
processes
technical process
spontaneous process
in process
in the process of
in process of time
etw. anders tun als in einer bestimmten Weise
zum Frühstück einmal etwas anderes essen als Toast
Ich habe noch nie erlebt dass er etwas anderes getrunken hat als Bier.
Haben Sie dieses Hemd in einer anderen Farbe als blau?
Die Staatsanwaltschaft sagte zu dem Fall nur dass Ermittlungen im Gange sind.
to do sth. other than in a particular way (formal)
to have for once something other than toast for breakfast
I never saw him drink anything other than beer.
Do you have this shirt in any colour other than blue.
The prosecution service said nothing about the case other than that investigations were underway.
von etw. schwirren {vi}
Das Internet schwirrt von Gerüchten über einen Skandal.; Gerüchte von einem Skandal schwirren durchs Internet.
Militärhubschrauber schwirrten durch die Luft.
Mir schwirren allerlei Gedanken durch den Kopf.
Als wir hinkamen war die Feier in vollem Gange und der Raum war von Stimmengewirr erfüllt.
to be abuzz with sth.
The Internet is abuzz with rumors of a scandal.
The air was abuzz with military helicopters.
My mind is abuzz with thoughts.
When we arrived the party was in full swing and the room was abuzz.
Gangerz {n} [min.]
vein ore; lode ore
Ganges-Delfin {m}, Ganges-Flussdelfin {m}, Susu, Blinder Flussdelfin {m} [zool.]
Ganges river dolphin, Susu, gangetic dolphin, blind river dolphin (Platanista gangetica)
beide; beides
in beiden Fällen
einer von den beiden
Kandidaten beiderlei Geschlechts
auf beiden Seiten der Straße
an beiden Enden des Ganges
Ich habe beides ausprobiert.
Beide wären für die Stelle geeignet.
Hat einer von ihnen schon angerufen?
either (+ singluar)
in either case
either of them
candidates of either sex
on either side of the street
at either end of the corridor
I have tried either.
Either person would be fine for the position.
Has either of them called yet?; Have either of them called yet? [coll.]
Ganges-Delfin {m}; Ganges-Flussdelfin {m}; Susu; Blinder Flussdelfin {m} (Platanista gangetica) [zool.]
Ganges river dolphin; Susu; gangetic dolphin; blind river dolphin
Ganges {m} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Ganges; Ganga (river)
Echte Adler {pl} (Aquila) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Ganges-Adler (Aquila hastata)
Habichtsadler (Aquila fasciata)
Kaffernadler (Aquila verreauxii)
Keilschwanzadler (Aquila audax)
Molukkenadler (Aquila gurneyi)
Östlicher Kaiseradler (Aquila heliaca)
Raubadler (Aquila rapax)
Rotbauchzwergadler; Rotbauchadler (Aquila kienerii)
Schelladler (Aquila clanga)
Schreiadler (Aquila pomarina)
Spanischer Kaiseradler (Aquila adalberti)
Steinadler; Goldadler (Aquila chrysaetos)
Steppenadler (Aquila nipalensis)
Wahlbergsadler (Aquila wahlbergi)
Zwergadler (Aquila pennata)
true eagles (zoological genus)
Indian spotted eagle
Bonelli's eagle
Verreaux's eagle
wedge-tailed Eagle
Gurney's eagle
Eastern imperial eagle
tawny agle
rufous-bellied Eagle
greater spotted eagle
lesser spotted eagle
Spanish imperial eagle
golden eagle
steppe eagle
Wahlberg's eagle
booted eagle
Abzweigung {f}
Abzweigung eines Flusses
Abzweigung eines Ganges
Abzweigung von Arten
side branch; offset
binnacle
spur
filiation of species
Ausstrich {m}; Ausbiss {m}; Ausgehendes {n}; anstehende Ader {f} [geol.] [min.]
Ausstrich eines Ganges
Ausstrich eines Kohleflözes
Ausstrich eines Quarzganges
outcrop; crop; cropping-out lode vein; basset
outcrop of a vein; apex of a vein
subterranean outcrop; subcrop
quartz boil
Gangesbrillenvogel {m} [ornith.]
Oriental White-eye
Gehflügel {m}; Gangflügel {m} (einer Tür) [constr.]
moving wing; active leaf
gangförmig {adj} [min.]
in vein; lianous
Gangformation {f} [min.]
formation of lodes
Korridorgespräche {pl}; Ganggespräche {pl}
(casual) corridor conversations
Ganggestein {n} [min.]
vein rock; lode rock; dike rock; vein stone; lode stone; gangue (material; mineral; rock)
Ganghöhe {f}; Steigungshöhe {f}; Steigung {f} (eines Gewindes)
lead (of a thread)
Ganglagerstätte {f} [min.]
Ganglagerstätten {pl}
vein deposit; lode deposit
vein deposits; lode deposits
Ganglion {n}, Überbein {n} [med.]
Ganglia {pl}, Überbeine {pl}
ganglion
ganglia
Ganglion {n}; Überbein {n} [med.]
Ganglia {pl}; Überbeine {pl}
ganglion
ganglia
Ganglien
ganglions
interganglionär; zwischen (zwei) Ganglien (liegend gelegen) {adj} [anat.]
interganglionic
Ganglinie {f}
hydrograph
Abflussspitze {f}; Spitzenabfluss {m}; Scheitelabfluss {m} (höchster Abflusswert einer Ganglinie) [envir.]
peak flow; peak discharge (maximum discharge value of a hydrograph)
Ganglion
ganglion
Trigeminusganglion {n} (Ganglion trigeminale) [anat.]
trigeminal ganglion
präganglionär; vor einem Ganglion (liegend gelegen) {adj} [anat.]
preganglionic
periganglionär; in der Umgebung eines Ganglions (liegend gelegen) {adj} [anat.]
periganglionic
ganglos {adj}
ductless
ganglos
ductless
Gangmineral {n} [min.]
gangue (mineral); vein matter
Gangpolbahn {f} [techn.]
polhode
Gangquarz {m} [min.]
vein quartz
brandig {adj}; gangränös {adj} [med.]
gangrenous {adj}
Gangreserve {f} (Uhr)
power reserve (watch)
periduktal; in der Umgebung eines Gangs (liegend gelegen) {adj} [anat.]
periductal
Einstellschraube {f} [techn.]
Einstellschrauben {pl}
Einstellschraube H (Gangschaltung am Fahrrad)
Einstellschraube L (Gangschaltung am Fahrrad)
regulating screw, setting screw
regulating screws, setting screws
high-gear limit screw
low-gear limit screw
Gangschaltung {f}
gear change, gear shift [Am.]
Einstellschraube {f}; Verstellschraube {f}; Nachstellschraube {f}; Stellschraube {f}; Justierschraube {f} [techn.]
Einstellschrauben {pl}; Verstellschrauben {pl}; Nachstellschrauben {pl}; Stellschrauben {pl}; Justierschrauben {pl}
Einstellschraube H (Gangschaltung am Fahrrad)
Einstellschraube L (Gangschaltung am Fahrrad)
regulating screw; adjusting screw; setting screw; set screw
regulating screws; adjusting screws; setting screws; set screws
high-gear limit screw
low-gear limit screw
Gangschaltung {f}
gear change; gear shift [Am.]
Gangschaltungen
gear changes
Gangschwarm {m} [min.]
cluster of veins; dike swarm; dike complex; composit veins; linked veins
Gangspalte {f} [min.]
vein fissure; abra
Gangsta Rap {m} [mus.]
gangsta rap [slang]
Gangster
raider
Gangster {m}
Gangster {pl}
gangster
gangsters
Gangster {m}
bandit
Gangster {m}
gunman
Gangster {m}
racketeer
Gangster {m}
mobsman, mobster [Am.]
Gangster {m}, Ganove {m}
hood [Am.]
Gangster
bandit
Gangster
gunman
Gangster
racketeer
Gangster
racketeers
Gangster {m}
mobsman; mobster [Am.]
Gangster {m}; Ganove {m}
hood [Am.]
etw. durchlöchern; durchsieben {vt}
durchlöchernd; durchsiebend
durchlöchert; durchsiebt
Die Gangster durchsiebten das Auto mit Kugeln.
to riddle sth.
riddling
riddled
The gangsters riddled the car with bullets.
Gangsterbande {f}
Gangsterbanden {pl}
gang of criminals
gangs of criminals
seinen Zweck erfüllen
Das ist für meine Zwecke genau das Richtige.
Der Gangsterboss war entschlossen den Kurier umzubringen sobald er ausgedient hatte.
to serve one's turn [Br.]
This will serve my turn.
The gangster boss was determined to kill the courier once he had served his turn.
Gangsterbraut {f}
moll
Gangsterbraut {f}
gun moll; moll [Am.] [slang] (old-fashioned)
Gangsterfilm {m}
Gangsterfilme {pl}
gangster film
gangster films
Gangstern
gangsters
Gangstertum {n}
racketeering
Gangstertum
racketeering
Gangsystem {n}
Gangsysteme {pl}
vein system; dike system; burrow system (ichnology)
vein systems; dike systems; burrow systems
Gangunterschied {m} (Mikr.)
path difference; phase difference; relative retardation; maximum retardation; maximum refraction
Gangwahlschalter {m}
gear selector switch
Gangway {f}
gangway, steps
Gangway {f}
gangway; steps
Gangzahl {f} [auto]
number of gears
Gangzug {m} [min.]
range of veins; sheeted zone; shear zone; group of lodes; linked veins

Deutsche Synonyme für Gangerz

Englische Synonyme für vein ore; lode ore

vein  affectation  aorta  arteriole  artery  attitude  band  bar  bed  bespangle  bespeckle  bespot  blood vessel  blotch  body-build  bonanza  brand  capillary  carotid  cast  character  characteristic  characteristics  check  checker  chimney  chute  command of language  complexion  composition  constituents  constitution  cornucopia  country rock  course  crasis  cue  dapple  deposit  dharma  diathesis  dike  disposition  dot  ethos  exaggeration  expression of ideas  fashion  feeling  feeling for words  fettle  fiber  flake  fleck  font  form of speech  fount  fountain  frame  frame of mind  freckle  gangue  genius  gold mine  grace of expression  grain  grandiloquence  gruel  habit  harlequin  heart  hint  hue  humor  humors  ilk  inflation  iris  jugular vein  kind  lath  line  literary style  lode  lodestuff  maculate  makeup  manner  manner of speaking  mannerism  marble  marbleize  matrix  mere shadow  mind  mine  mineral deposit  mode  mode of expression  mold  mood  morale  motley  mottle  nature  note  ore bed  paper  pattern  pay dirt  peculiarity  pepper  personal style  physique  polychrome  polychromize  portal vein  property  pulmonary artery  pulmonary vein  quality  quarry  rail  rainbow  rake  resource  rhetoric  seam  sense of language  shade  shadow  shaving  shoot  skeleton  slat  slip  somatotype  sort  soup  source  source of supply  spangle  speck  speckle  spirit  spirits  splinter  splotch  spot  spring  sprinkle  stamp  staple  state of mind  stigmatize  stipple  stock  strain  stratum  streak  stria  striate  striation  stripe  stud  style  stylistic analysis  stylistics  suchness  suggestion  suspicion  system  tattoo  temper  temperament  tendency  tenor  tessellate  the grand style  the plain style  the sublime  thread  tincture  tinge  tone  touch  trace  trick  type  variegate  veinlet  vena cava  venation  venule  wafer  way  well  wellspring  

Lexikoneinträge für vein ore; lode ore

Lode (n.) A water course or way
Lode (n.) A metallic vein
Lode-ship (n.) An old name for a pilot boat.
Rake-vein (n.) See Rake, a mineral vein.
Vein (n.) One of the vessels which carry blood, either venous or arterial, to the heart. See Artery, 2.
Vein (n.) One of the similar branches of the framework of a leaf.
Vein (n.) One of the ribs or nervures of the wings of insects. See Venation.
Vein (n.) A narrow mass of rock intersecting other rocks, and filling inclined or vertical fissures not corresponding with the stratification
Vein (n.) A fissure, cleft, or cavity, as in the earth or other substance.
Vein (n.) A streak or wave of different color, appearing in wood, and in marble and other stones
Vein (n.) A train of association, thoughts, emotions, or the like
Vein (n.) Peculiar temper or temperament
Vein (v. t.) To form or mark with veins

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

vein
nervure
one of the horny ribs that stiffen and support the wing of an insect
accessory cephalic vein
vena cephalica accessoria
a vein that passes along the radial edge of the forearm and joins the cephalic vein near the elbow
accessory hemiazygos vein
accessory hemiazygous vein
vena hemiazygos accessoria
a vein formed by the union of the th to th posterior intercostal veins, empties into the azygos vein
accessory vertebral vein
vena vertebralis accessoria
a vein that accompanies the vertebral vein but passes through the foramen of the transverse process of the th cervical vertebra and empties into the brachiocephalic vein
accompanying vein
vena comitans
a vein accompanying another structure, a vein may accompany an artery in such a way that the arterial pulses aid venous return
anastomotic vein
vena anastomotica
either of two communicating veins serving the brain
angular vein
vena angularis
a short vein formed by the supraorbital vein and the supratrochlear vein and continuing as the facial vein
anterior vertebral vein
vena vertebralis anterior
a vein that accompanies the ascending cervical artery and opens into the vertebral vein
appendicular vein
vena appendicularis
a vein that accompanies the appendicular artery and empties into the ileocolic vein
arcuate vein of the kidney
vena arcuata renis
veins that receive blood from interlobular veins of kidney and rectal venules
auricular vein
vena auricularis
one of two veins serving the ear region
axillary vein
vena axillaris
a continuation of the basilic vein and brachial vein that becomes the subclavian vein
azygos vein
azygous vein
vena azygos
one of a system of veins that drain the thoracic and abdominal walls, arises as a continuation of the right ascending lumbar vein and terminates in the superior vena cava
basal vein
vena basalis
a large vein passing along the medial surface of the temporal lobe and emptying into the great cerebral vein
basilic vein
vena basilica
a vein that drains the back of the hand and forearm and empties into the axillary vein
basivertebral vein
vena basivertebralis
one of a number of veins draining the spongy substance of the vertebrae and emptying into the anterior internal vertebral venous plexus
brachial vein
vena brachialis
two veins in either arm that accompany the brachial artery and empty into the axillary vein
brachiocephalic vein
innominate vein
vena brachiocephalica
veins formed by the union of the internal jugular and subclavian veins
bronchial vein
vena bronchialis
veins serving the bronchi, empty into the azygos vein
cardinal vein any of the major venous channels in primitive adult vertebrates and in embryos of higher vertebrates
anterior cardinal vein a major drainage channel from the cephalic part of the body
posterior cardinal vein a major drainage channel from the caudal part of the body
common cardinal vein the major return channels to the heart, formed by anastomosis of the anterior and posterior cardinal veins
central vein of retina
vena centrales retinae
vein formed by the union of the retinal veins, accompanies central arteries of the retina in the optic nerve
central vein of suprarenal gland
vena centralis glandulae suprarenalis
a single draining vein, on the right it empties into the inferior vena cava, on the left it empties into the left renal vein
cephalic vein
vena cephalica
a large vein of the arm that empties into the axillary vein
cerebellar vein
vena cerebellum
the veins draining the cerebellum
cerebral vein
vena cerebri
any of several veins serving the cerebral hemispheres of the brain
anterior cerebral vein
vena cerebri anterior
accompanies the anterior cerebral artery and empties into the basal vein
anterior facial vein
vena facialis anterior
a continuation of the angular vein, unites with the retromandibular vein before emptying into the internal jugular vein
great cerebral vein
vena cerebri magna
a cerebral vein formed by the two internal cerebral veins and continuing into the sinus rectus
inferior cerebral vein
venae cerebrum inferior
veins that drain the undersurface of the cerebral hemispheres and empty into the cavernous and transverse sinuses
internal cerebral vein
vena cerebrum internus
two paired veins passing caudally near the midline and uniting to form the great cerebral vein
middle cerebral vein
vena cerebri media
either of two cerebral veins
deep middle cerebral vein accompanies the middle cerebral artery deep in the Sylvian fissure, empties into the basal vein
superficial middle cerebral vein a large vein along the line of the Sylvian fissure to the cavernous sinus
superior cerebral vein
vena cerebrum superior
a cerebral vein that drains the dorsal convexity of the cerebral hemisphere and empties into the cavernous sinus
cervical vein
deep cervical vein
vena cervicalis profunda
a vein that accompanies an artery of the same name
choroid vein
vena choroidea
either of two veins serving the choroid coat of the eye
circumflex vein
vena circumflexa
any of several curved parallel veins accompanying arteries of the same name
circumflex iliac vein
vena circumflexa ilium
accompanies the artery of the same name
circumflex femoral vein
vena circumflexus femoris
either of two veins that accompany arteries of the same name serving the hip and thigh
clitoral vein
vena clitoridis
veins that serve the clitoris
colic vein
vena colica
vein serving the large intestine
common facial vein vein formed by union of facial vein and the retromandibular vein and emptying into the jugular vein
costoaxillary vein one of several veins connecting intercostal veins with the lateral thoracic vein or the thoracoepigastric vein
cutaneous vein
vena cutanea
one of a number of veins in the subcutaneous tissue that empty into deep veins
cystic vein
vena cystica
vein that drains the gallbladder
digital vein
vena digitalis
one of the veins serving the fingers or toes
diploic vein
vena diploica
one of the veins serving the spongy part of the cranial bones
dorsal scapular vein
vena scapularis dorsalis
vein that is a tributary of the subclavian vein or external jugular vein and accompanies the descending scapular artery
emissary vein
vena emissaria
one of several connecting veins in the scalp and head that drain blood from sinuses in the dura mater to veins outside the skull
epigastric vein veins serving the anterior walls of the abdomen
inferior epigastric vein
vena epigastrica inferior
empties into the external iliac vein
superficial epigastric vein
vena epigastrica superficialis
empties into the great saphenous vein
ethmoidal vein
vena ethmoidalis
veins that drain the ethmoidal sinuses and empty into the superior ophthalmic vein
external nasal vein
vena nasalis externa
one of the veins that drain the external nose and empty into the angular or facial vein
facial vein
vena facialis
any of several veins draining the face
femoral vein
vena femoralis
a vein that accompanies the femoral artery in the same sheath, a continuation of the popliteal vein, becomes the external iliac vein
gastric vein
vena gastrica
one of several veins draining the stomach walls
gastroomental vein
gastroepiploic vein
vena gastroomentalis
one of two veins serving the great curvature of the stomach
genicular vein
vena genus
veins that drain blood from structures around the knee, empty into the popliteal vein
gluteal vein
vena gluteus
veins draining the gluteal muscles on either side of the body
hemizygos vein
hemizygous vein
vena hemizygos
a continuation of the left ascending lumbar vein, crosses the midline at the th vertebra and empties into the azygos vein
hemorrhoidal vein
rectal vein
vena rectalis
any of several veins draining the walls of the anal canal and rectum
hepatic vein
vena hepatica
a vein that drains the liver, empties into the vena cava
hypogastric vein
internal iliac vein
a vein that unites with the external iliac vein to form the common iliac vein
ileocolic vein
vena ileocolica
a vein that drains the end of the ileum and the appendix and the cecum and the lower part of the ascending colon
external iliac vein a continuation of the femoral vein, unites with the internal iliac vein to form the common iliac vein
common iliac vein formed by the internal and external iliac veins, unites with its fellow from the opposite side of the body to form the inferior vena cava
iliac vein
vena iliaca
one of three veins draining the pelvic area
iliolumbar vein
vena iliolumbalis
a branch of the internal iliac vein
intercapitular vein
vena intercapitalis
veins connecting the dorsal and palmar veins of the hand or the dorsal and plantar veins of the foot
intercostal vein
vena intercostalis
several veins draining the intercostal spaces of the rib cage
intervertebral vein
vena intervertebralis
one of several veins accompanying spinal nerves
jugular vein
vena jugularis
jugular
veins in the neck that return blood from the head
anterior jugular vein arises below the chin from veins draining the lower face, joins the external jugular vein
external jugular vein formed by the junction of the posterior auricular and the retromandibular veins, empties into the subclavian vein
internal jugular vein a continuation of the sigmoid sinus of the dura mater, joins the subclavian vein to form the brachiocephalic vein
labial vein
vena labialis
a vein draining the lips of the mouth
inferior labial vein
vena labialis inferior
a tributary of the facial vein that drains the lower lip
superior labial vein
vena labialis superior
a tributary of the facial vein that drains the upper lip
labial vein vena labialis veins draining the lips of the vulva
labyrinthine vein
internal auditory vein
veins that drain the inner ear
lacrimal vein
vena lacrimalis
drains the lacrimal gland, empties into the superior ophthalmic vein
laryngeal vein
vena laryngea
one of two veins draining the larynx
left gastric vein
vena gastrica sinistra
arises from a union of veins from the gastric cardia, runs in the lesser omentum, empties into the portal vein
lingual vein
vena lingualis
a vein that receives blood from the tongue and the floor of the mouth and empties into the internal jugular or the facial vein
lumbar vein
vena lumbalis
veins that drain the posterior body wall and the lumbar vertebral venous plexuses
maxillary vein
vena maxillaris
posterior continuation of the pterygoid plexus, joins the superficial temporal vein to form the retromandibular vein
mesenteric vein
vena mesenterica
a tributary of the portal vein passing from the intestine between the two layers of mesentery
metacarpal vein
vena metacarpus
dorsal and palmar veins of the hand
metatarsal vein
vena metatarsus
dorsal and plantar branches of veins serving the metatarsal region of the foot
musculophrenic vein
vena musculophrenica
veins that drain the upper abdominal wall and the lower intercostal spaces and the abdomen
nasofrontal vein
vena nasofrontalis
a vein located in the anterior medial part of the orbit, connects the superior ophthalmic with the angular vein
oblique vein of the left atrium
vena obliqua atrii sinistri
a tributary of the coronary sinus, on the posterior wall of the left atrium
obturator vein
vena obturatoria
a vein formed by the union of tributaries that drain the hip joints and thigh muscles, empties into the internal iliac vein
occipital vein
vena occipitalis
a vein that drains the occipital region
ophthalmic vein
vena ophthalmica
either of two veins that serve the eye, empties into the cavernous sinus
inferior ophthalmic vein a vein that drains a venous network in the floor and medial wall of the eye socket

 

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