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Heckaufschleppe Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Heckaufschleppe {f} (Schiff) [naut.]
stern slip
Heckaufschleppe {f} (Schiff) [naut.]
stern slip
hinterer Teil, Heck
rear
Heck {n}
stern, rear, rear end, back, tail
Heck
stern
Plakette am Heck
sticker on boot
Heck {n}; Hinterschiff {n} [naut.]
Hecke {pl}; Hecks {pl}; Hinterschiffe {pl}
ausfallendes Heck
stern; rear
sterns; rears
counter stern
Heck {n} [auto]
back; rear; rear end
Heck {n} [aviat.]
tail
Koker {m} (Öffnung für den Ruderschaft im Heck) [naut.]
port for the rudder post
Parkplatz-Party {f} (Picknick auf dem Heck von Autos)
tailgate party [Am.]
an jds. Heck kleben; zu dicht hinter jdm. herfahren {vi} [auto]
to tailgate sb.
Hutablage {f}; Heckablage {f} [auto]
Hutablagen {pl}; Heckablagen {pl}
parcel shelf; rear shelf; rear shelf panel; rear window shelf; hat rack; back shelf
parcel shelves; rear shelves; rear shelf panels; rear window shelves; hat racks; back shelves
Heckantrieb {m}
rear-wheel drive
Heckantrieb {m} [auto]
Heckantriebe {pl}
rear-wheel drive; rear drive
rear-wheel drives; rear drives
Heckaufprall {m} [auto]
Heckaufpralle {pl}
rear collision
rear collisions
Straßenaufreißer {m}; Tiefaufreißer {m}; Aufreißer {m} (Straßenbau) [constr.]
Straßenaufreißer {pl}; Tiefaufreißer {pl}; Aufreißer {pl}
Heckaufreißer {m}
ripper (road building)
rippers
rear-mounted ripper
Heckaufschleppe {f} (Schiff) [naut.]
stern slip
Heckausleger (am Hubschrauber) {m} [techn.]
tail boom
Baggerlader {m}; Heckbagger {m} [constr.]
Baggerlader {pl}; Heckbagger {pl}
backhoe loader; loader backhoe; backhoe
backhoe loaders; loader backhoes; backhoes
Heckbalken {m} [naut.]
transom
Ausströmraum {m}; Diffusor {m} [auto]
Ausströmräume {pl}; Diffusoren {pl}
Abgasdiffusor {m}
Heckdiffusor {m}
volute chamber; delivery space; diffuser
volute chambers; delivery spaces; diffusers
exhaust gas diffuser
rear diffuser
Hecke {f}
Hecken {pl}
hedge
hedges
mit einer Hecke umgeben
to hedge
Hecke {f}
hedgerow
Die Hecke dazwischen erhält die Freundschaft.
A hedge between keeps friendship green.
Hecke
covey
Hecke
hedge
Hecke
hedgerow
Formschnitt {m} (Baum; Hecke)
topiary
Hecke {f}
Hecken {pl}
eine Hecke schneiden
hedge
hedges
to give a hedge a clip; to prune a hedge
etw. mit einer Hecke einfassen umgeben abgrenzen {vt} [agr.]
mit einer Hecke einfassend umgebend abgrenzend
mit einer Hecke eingefasst umgeben abgegrenzt
to hedge sth.; to hedge sth. in round
hedging
hedged
Eine Hecke zum Nachbarn erhält die Freundschaft.
A hedge between keeps friendship green.
Afrikanischer Birnbaum {m}; Makoré {m} (Tieghemella heckelii) [bot.]
cherry mahogany; makore
Heckelphon {n} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)
Heckelphone {pl}
heckelphone
heckelphones
Hecken
coveys
Hecken
hedgerows
Hecken
hedges
Heckenbraunelle {f} [ornith.]
Hedge Accentor (Prunella modularis), Dunnock
Heckenbraunelle {f} (Prunella modularis) [ornith.]
hedge accentor; dunnock
Schlehdorn {m}; Schlehendorn {m}; Schwarzdorn {m}; Heckendorn {m}; Schlehe {f} (Prunus spinosa) [bot.]
blackthorn; sloe
heckenhüpfen
to hedgehop
heckenhuepfen
hedgehop
Heckenkirschen {pl}; Geißblätter {pl} (Lonicera) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
honeysuckles (botanical genus)
Heckenkuckuck {m} [ornith.]
Common Crow-Pheasant
Aronstab {m} (Arum) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
gefleckter Aronstab; Aasblume; Ronenkraut; Lungenkraut; Magenkraut; Zahnkraut; Fieberwurz; Frostwurz; Zehrwurz; Schlangenbeer; Entenschnabel; Eselsohren; Teufelhütchen; Heckenpüppchen; Johanneshaupt; Trommelschlegel; Pfingstblume {f}; Stinkblume {f}; Stanitzelblume {f} [Ös.]; Chindlichrut [Schw.]; Chrippenkindli [Schw.]; Dittichrut [Schw.] (Arum maculatum)
arum (botanical genus)
common arum; wild arum; starch-root: cuckoo-pint; bobbins; wake robin; cows and bulls; devils and angels; lords and ladies; Adam and Eve naked boys
Heckenrose {f}, Hagebutte {f} [bot.]
dog rose
Heckenrose
dog rose
Heckenrose {f}; Hagebutte {f} [bot.]
dog rose
Heckensänger {m} [ornith.]
Rufous Scrub Robin (Cercotrichas galactotes), rufous bush robin
Östlicher Heckensänger {m} [ornith.]
Rufous Bush Robin
Weißbrauen-Heckensänger {m} [ornith.]
White-browed Scrub Robin
Streifenkopf-Heckensänger {m} [ornith.]
Eastern Bearded Scrub Robin
Heckensänger {m} (Cercotrichas galactotes) [ornith.]
rufous scrub robin; rufous bush robin
Heckenschere {f}
Heckenscheren {pl}
hedge trimmer, hedge shears, hedge clippers, garden shears
hedge trimmers, hedge shears, hedge clippers, garden shears
Heckenschere
hedge shears
Heckenschere {f}
Heckenscheren {pl}
hedge trimmer; hedge shears; hedge clippers; garden shears
hedge trimmers; hedge shears; hedge clippers; garden shears
Heckenschütze {m}, Scharfschütze {m}
Heckenschützen {pl}, Scharfschützen {pl}
sniper
snipers
Heckenschuetze, Scharfschuetze
sniper
Heckenschütze
sniper
Heckenschütze {m}
Heckenschützen {pl}
sniper
snipers
auf jdn. etw. ballern; auf jdn. etw. wild schießen {vi}
Er ballerte mit seinem Luftgewehr auf eine Taube.
Ein Heckenschütze schoss wild auf vorbeifahrende Autos.
to take a pot shot pot shots at sb. sth.
He took a pot shot at a pigeon with his air gun.
A sniper took potshots at passing cars.
Heckenschuetzen
snipers
Angriff {m} Schüsse {pl} eines Heckenschützen
sniper attack; sniper shooting
Straußwirtschaft {f}; Straußenwirtschaft {f}; Heckenwirtschaft {f}; Besenwirtschaft {f} [Mitteldt.] [BW]; Buschenschenke {f} [Ös.]; Buschenschank {f} [Ös.]; Heurigenlokal {n} [Bayr.] [Ös.]; Heuriger {m} [Bayr.] [Ös.]; Besenbeiz {f} [Schw.] [cook.]
seasonal wine tavern
Heckenzaun {m}
hedge fence
jdn. zum Besten Narren halten; auf den Arm nehmen; hochnehmen; anführen; aufziehen; verschaukeln; verladen; veräppeln; verhohnepipeln; vergackeiern; verkohlen; pflanzen [Ös.]; heckerln [Ös.]; am Schmäh halten [Ös.]; am Seil herablassen herunterlassen [Schw.] {vt}
Sie hat ihn veralbert.
Willst du mich verschaukeln veralbern (oder was)?
Er hat gesagt er kennt den Präsidenten aber ich glaube er hat mich da auf den Arm genommen.
to pull sb.'s leg; to have on <> sb. [Br.]; to put on <> sb. [Am.]; to pull sb.'s chain [Am.]; to yank sb.'s chain [Am.]
She pulled his leg.
Are you pulling my leg (or what)?
He said he knew the President but I think he was just having putting me on.
Heckfederung {f}
rear suspension
Heckgeländer {n} [naut.]
taff rail
Hebelift {m} (Heckklappe)
lift-up tailgate
Hecktür {f}, Heckklappe {f}, Ladeklappe {f} [auto]
Hecktüren {pl}, Heckklappen {pl}, Ladeklappen {pl}
tailgate, endgate
tailgates, endgates
Parkplatz-Party {f} (Picknick auf der Heckklappe eines Autos)
tailgate party [Am.]
Hecktür {f}; Heckklappe {f}; Ladeklappe {f} [auto]
Hecktüren {pl}; Heckklappen {pl}; Ladeklappen {pl}
tailgate; endgate
tailgates; endgates
Heckklappe {f} [auto]
Heckklappen {pl}
hatchback
hatchbacks
PKW {m} mit Heckklappe; PKW-Modell {n} mit Heckklappe; Ausführung {f} mit Heckklappe [auto]
hatchback
Heckkorb {m} [naut.]
Heckkörbe {pl}
stern pulpit
stern pulpits
Heckladerampe {f} [mil.] [aviat.]
Heckladerampen {pl}
aft loading ramp
aft loading ramps
Hecklicht {n}, Heckleuchte {f}
Hecklichter {pl}, Heckleuchten {pl}
tail light
tail lights
Hecklicht {n}; Heckleuchte {f}
Hecklichter {pl}; Heckleuchten {pl}
tail light
tail lights
Hecklicht
tail light
Hecklichter
tail lights
Theater {n}; Tamtam {n}; Aufstand {m}; Wirbel {m}; Gedöns {n}; Heckmeck {m n}; Fisimatenten {pl}; Brimborium {n} [ugs.]
ein Tamtam Gedöns um jdn. etw. machen
ein Riesentheater um etw. machen
fuss; to-do; foofaraw; kerfuffle [Br.]; hoo-ha [Br.] [coll.]
to kick up make a fuss about sth.; to make a meal (out) of sth. [Br.] [Austr.]
to make a great song and dance about sth. [Br.]
Heckmotor {m}
Heckmotoren {pl}
mit Heckmotor
rear mounted engine
rear mounted engines
rear-engined
Heckrotor {m} [techn.] (Hubschrauber)
Heckrotoren {pl}
tail rotor
tail rotors
Heckrotor {m} [techn.] (Hubschrauber)
Heckrotoren {pl}
tail rotor; rear rotor
tail rotors; rear rotors
Heckrotorabtrieb {m} [aviat.]
tail rotor quill assy
Heckrotorblatt {n} [aviat.]
tail rotor blade; rear rotary blade
Heckrotorkopf {m} [aviat.]
tail rotor hub assy
Heckscheibe {f} [auto]
Heckscheiben {pl}
beheizte Heckscheibe
rear window, rear windscreen
rear windows, rear windscreens
heated rear window
Heckscheibe {f} [auto]
Heckscheiben {pl}
beheizte Heckscheibe
rear window; rear windscreen
rear windows; rear windscreens
heated rear window
Heckscheibenheizung {f} [auto]
Heckscheibenheizungen {pl}
rear window defroster [Am.]
rear window defrosters
Heckscheibenwischer {m} [auto]
Heckscheibenwischer {m}
Heckscheibenwischer {pl}
rear window wiper
tailgate wiper
rear window wipers
Heckschütze {m} [mil.] [aviat.]
Heckschützen {pl}
tailgunner
tailgunners
Heckschütze {m} [mil.] [aviat.]
Heckschützen {pl}
tailgunner; rear gunner
tailgunners; rear gunners
Heckspoiler {m} [auto]
fear spoiler, rear wing, aero coil
Heckspoiler {m} [auto]
rear spoiler; rear wing; aero coil
Heckstarter {m} [aviat.]
Heckstarter {pl}
tailsitter
tailsitters
heckt aus
concocts
heckte aus
concocted
Triebwerk {n}
Triebwerke {pl}
in Gondeln (außerhalb des Rumpfes oder der Tragfläche) aufgehängtes Triebwerk eines Flugzeuges [aviat.]
ein außerhalb des Rumpfes vorzugweise am Heckteil eines Flugzeuges angebrachtes Triebwerk {adv} [aviat.]
engine
engines
pod-mounted engine
podded engine
Hecktür {f}
Hecktüren {pl}
hatchback
hatchbacks
Hecktürblende {f} [auto]
Hecktürblenden {pl}
tailgate panel
tailgate panels
achtern, heckwärts, heckwärts, hinten {adj} [naut.]
aft, abaft
achtern; heckwärts; heckwärts; hinten {adj} [naut.]
aft; abaft
heckwärts {adv} [naut.]
towards the stern; aftward
Heckwelle {f}
Heckwellen {pl}
wake
wakes

Deutsche Synonyme für Heckaufschleppe

Englische Synonyme für stern slip

stern  Spartan  Spartanic  adamant  adamantine  afterpart  afterpiece  arse  ascetic  ass  astringent  austere  authoritarian  back  back door  back seat  back side  backside  beam  behind  bottom  breech  bum  butt  can  cast-iron  cheeks  churlish  counter  crabbed  crabby  critical  crusty  demanding  derriere  determined  dour  exacting  exigent  fanny  fantail  firm  flinty  forbidding  frowning  gloomy  grave  grim  gruff  hard  hard-core  harsh  heel  hind end  hind part  hindhead  immovable  immutable  implacable  impliable  inclement  inelastic  inexorable  inflexible  intransigent  iron  irreconcilable  keister  lugubrious  meticulous  mortified  obdurate  occiput  poop  posterior  postern  prat  rear  rear end  rearward  relentless  resolute  reverse  rigid  rigorous  rock-ribbed  rough  rudderpost  rugged  rump  rusty-dusty  saturnine  serious  severe  sour  steadfast  steely  stiff  stony  strict  stringent  taciturn  tail  tail end  tailpiece  tough  tuchis  tush  tushy  unaffected  unalterable  unbending  unchangeable  uncompromising  unforgiving  ungentle  ungiving  unmoved  unrelenting  unremitting  unsparing  unsympathetic  unyielding  
sternway  Brownian movement  advance  angular motion  ascending  ascent  axial motion  backflowing  backing  backset  backsliding  backward motion  backward step  career  climbing  course  current  descending  descent  downward motion  drift  driftage  driftway  ebbing  flight  flow  flux  forward motion  headway  lapse  leeway  mounting  oblique motion  ongoing  onrush  passage  plunging  progress  radial motion  random motion  reaction  recession  recidivation  recidivism  reentry  reflowing  refluence  reflux  regress  regression  relapse  retroaction  retrocession  retroflexion  retrogradation  retrogression  retrusion  return  rising  rollback  run  rush  set  setback  sideward motion  sinking  soaring  steerageway  stream  subsiding  throwback  traject  trajet  trend  upward motion  way  

Lexikoneinträge für stern slip

Pink stern () See Chebacco, and 1st Pink.
Slip (n.) To move along the surface of a thing without bounding, rolling, or stepping
Slip (n.) To slide
Slip (n.) To move or fly (out of place)
Slip (n.) To depart, withdraw, enter, appear, intrude, or escape as if by sliding
Slip (n.) To err
Slip (v. t.) To cause to move smoothly and quickly
Slip (v. t.) To omit
Slip (v. t.) To cut slips from
Slip (v. t.) To let loose in pursuit of game, as a greyhound.
Slip (v. t.) To cause to slip or slide off, or out of place
Slip (v. t.) To bring forth (young) prematurely
Slip (n.) The act of slipping
Slip (n.) An unintentional error or fault
Slip (n.) A twig separated from the main stock
Slip (n.) A slender piece
Slip (n.) A leash or string by which a dog is held
Slip (n.) An escape
Slip (n.) A portion of the columns of a newspaper or other work struck off by itself
Slip (n.) Any covering easily slipped on.
Slip (n.) A loose garment worn by a woman.
Slip (n.) A child's pinafore.
Slip (n.) An outside covering or case
Slip (n.) The slip or sheath of a sword, and the like.
Slip (n.) A counterfeit piece of money, being brass covered with silver.
Slip (n.) Matter found in troughs of grindstones after the grinding of edge tools.
Slip (n.) Potter's clay in a very liquid state, used for the decoration of ceramic ware, and also as a cement for handles and other applied parts.
Slip (n.) A particular quantity of yarn.
Slip (n.) An inclined plane on which a vessel is built, or upon which it is hauled for repair.
Slip (n.) An opening or space for vessels to lie in, between wharves or in a dock
Slip (n.) A narrow passage between buildings.
Slip (n.) A long seat or narrow pew in churches, often without a door.
Slip (n.) A dislocation of a lead, destroying continuity.
Slip (n.) The motion of the center of resistance of the float of a paddle wheel, or the blade of an oar, through the water horozontally, or the difference between a vessel's actual speed and the speed which she would have if the propelling instrument acted upon a solid
Slip (n.) A fish, the sole.
Slip (n.) A fielder stationed on the off side and to the rear of the batsman. There are usually two of them, called respectively short slip, and long slip.
Slip-on (n.) A kind of overcoat worn upon the shoulders in the manner of a cloak.
Stern (n.) The black tern.
Stern (superl.) Having a certain hardness or severity of nature, manner, or aspect
Stern (v. t.) The helm or tiller of a vessel or boat
Stern (v. t.) The after or rear end of a ship or other vessel, or of a boat
Stern (v. t.) Fig.: The post of management or direction.
Stern (v. t.) The hinder part of anything.
Stern (v. t.) The tail of an animal
Stern (a.) Being in the stern, or being astern
Stern-wheel (a.) Having a paddle wheel at the stern
Stern-wheeler (n.) A steamboat having a stern wheel instead of side wheels.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

slip elusion
eluding
the act of avoiding capture (especially by cunning)
slip slip-up miscue parapraxis a minor inadvertent mistake usually observed in speech or writing or in small accidents or memory lapses etc.
Freudian slip a slip-up that (according to Sigmund Freud) results from the operation of unconscious wishes or conflicts and can reveal unconscious processes in normal healthy individuals
faux pas
gaffe
solecism
slip gaucherie
a socially awkward or tactless act
slip
sideslip
a flight maneuver, aircraft slides sideways in the air
skid
slip sideslip
an unexpected slide
access road
slip road
a short road giving access to an expressway, in Britain they call an access road a slip road
case pillowcase
slip pillow slip
bed linen consisting of a cover for a pillow, the burglar carried his loot in a pillowcase
chemise shimmy
shift slip
teddy
a woman's sleeveless undergarment
cover glass
cover slip
a small and very thin piece of glass used to cover the specimen on a microscope slide
noose running noose
slip noose
a loop formed in a cord or rope by means of a slipknot, it binds tighter as the cord or rope is pulled
petticoat
half-slip
underskirt
undergarment worn under a skirt
slip slip of paper a small sheet of paper, a receipt slip
slip clutch
slip friction clutch
a friction clutch that will slip when the torque is too great
slip coach
slip carriage
a railway car at the end of the train, it can be detached without stopping the train
slip-joint pliers pliers with a joint adjustable to two positions in order to increase the opening of the jaws
slip-on an article of clothing (garment or shoe) that is easily slipped on or off
slip ring connection consisting of a metal ring on a rotating part of a machine, provides a continuous electrical connection through brushes on stationary contacts
slip stitch a loose stitch catching only a thread or two of fabric, designed to be invisible from the right side
stern
after part
quarter
poop
tail
the rear part of a ship
stern chaser a naval gun able to fire astern at a ship in chase
strip
slip
artifact consisting of a narrow flat piece of material
slickness slick
slipperiness
slip
a slippery smoothness, he could feel the slickness of the tiller
c buttocks
nates
arse butt
backside
bum
buns
can
fundament
hindquarters
hind end
keister
posterior
prat
rear
rear end
rump
stern
seat
tail tail end
tooshie
tush
bottom
behind
derriere
fanny
ass a d
the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on, he deserves a good kick in the butt, are you going to sit on your fanny and do nothing?
slip of the tongue an accidental and usually trivial mistake in speaking
dismissal
dismission
pink slip
official notice that you have been fired from your job
slip
trip
an accidental misstep threatening (or causing) a fall, he blamed his slip on the ice, the jolt caused many slips and a few spills
mooring
moorage
berth
slip
a place where a craft can be made fast
strike-slip fault a geological fault in which one of the adjacent surfaces appears to have moved horizontally
slip a young and slender person, he's a mere slip of a lad
Stern
Isaac Stern
United States concert violinist (born in Russia in )
cutting
slip
a part (sometimes a root or leaf or bud) removed from a plant to propagate a new plant through rooting or grafting
slip potter's clay that is thinned and used for coating or decorating ceramics
slip on put on with ease or speed, slip into something more comfortable after work, slip on one's shoes
slip off take off with ease or speed, She slipped off her jacket
slip insert inconspicuously or quickly or quietly, He slipped some money into the waiter's hand
slip
drop off
drop away
fall away
get worse, My grades are slipping
dislocate
luxate
splay
slip
move out of position, dislocate joints, the artificial hip joint luxated and had to be put back surgically
slip slip one's mind pass out of one's memory
err
mistake slip
to make a mistake or be incorrect
stumble
slip up
trip up
make an error, She slipped up and revealed the name
slip in
stick in
sneak in
insert
insert casually, She slipped in a reference to her own work
skid
slip
slue slew slide
move obliquely or sideways, usually in an uncontrolled manner, the wheels skidded against the sidewalk
side-slip slide sideways through the air in a downward direction in an airplane along an inclined lateral axis
steal
slip
move stealthily, The ship slipped away in the darkness
elapse
lapse
pass slip by
glide by
slip away
go by
slide by
go along
pass by, three years elapsed
slip away steal away
sneak away
sneak off
sneak out
leave furtively and stealthily, The lecture was boring and many students slipped out when the instructor turned towards the blackboard
slip move smoothly and easily, the bolt slipped into place, water slipped from the polished marble
slip c cause to move with a smooth or sliding motion, he slipped the bolt into place
slip move easily, slip into something comfortable
slip a sneak pass on stealthily, He slipped me the key when nobody was looking
stern
strict
exacting
severe and unremitting in making demands, an exacting instructor, a stern disciplinarian, strict standards
austere
stern
of a stern or strict bearing or demeanor, forbidding in aspect, an austere expression, a stern face
grim
inexorable
relentless
stern
unappeasable
unforgiving
unrelenting
not to be placated or appeased or moved by entreaty, grim determination, grim necessity, Russia's final hour, it seemed, approached with inexorable certainty, relentless persecution, the stern demands of parenthood
austere
severe
stark
stern
severely simple, a stark interior

 

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Als Heckaufschleppe wird ein gradlinig oder konvex gewölbter, bahnförmiger Einschnitt am Heck von Hecktrawler und Walfangschiffen bezeichnet. Diese Bahn reicht von der Wasseroberfläche bis auf das Fangdeck. Bei Heckfängern dient die Heckaufschleppe zum Aussetzen und Einholen des Schleppnetzes. Durch die Heckaufschleppe wird eine weitestgehende Mechanisierung des Aussetz- und Einholvorganges der Steerte ermöglicht. Auf Walfangschiffen dient die Heckaufschleppe dem An-Bord-Ziehen der gejagten Großwale.
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