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Außenhaut {f}; Hülle {f}; Gerippe {n}
das ausgebrannte Gerippe eines Gebäudes mit eingestürztem Dach
Die Demokratie wurde ausgehöhlt und es ist nur mehr die Hülle übrig.
a burned-out shell of a building with the roof having fallen in
Democracy has been hollowed out and only the shell remains.
Hülle {f}
Hülle {f}
CD-Hülle {f}
CD cover
Hülle {f}
Buchumschlag, Huelle
Hülle {f}
Hüllen {pl}
CD-Hülle {f}
CD-Hüllen {pl}
CD cover
CD covers
Decke {f}
Hülle {f}
Hülle {f}
Hüllen {pl}
Hülle {f}; Abdeckung {f}
(leere) Hülle {f}
in Hülle und Fülle
Hülle {f}, Abdeckung {f}
Hülle {f} mit ansteigendem Reinheitsgrad
shell of increasing cleanliness
Huelle, Huelse, Schale
Titel, Abdeckung, Huelle
Briefumschlag, Huelle, verhuellen
einhuellen, Huelle, Jacke
Hülle {f}; Schale {f}
Hüllen {pl}; Schalen {pl}
Hülle {f}, Schale {f}
Hüllen {pl}, Schalen {pl}
Buchumschlag {m}, Hülle {f}
Buchumschläge {pl}, Hüllen {pl}
reichlich, üppig {adj}, im Überfluss, in Hülle und Fülle
Verpackung {f}; Umhüllung {f}; Hülle {f}
Verpackungen {pl}; Umhüllungen {pl}; Hüllen {pl}
Buchumschlag {m}; Hülle {f}
Buchumschläge {pl}; Hüllen {pl}
ohne Umschlag
Hülle {f}; Fach {n}; Tasche {f}
Hüllen {pl}; Fächer {pl}; Taschen {pl}
pocket; receptacle
pockets; receptacles
reichlich; üppig; opulent; abundant [geh.] {adj}; im Überfluss; in Hülle und Fülle
Hülle {f}, Decke {f}, Lage {f}, Schicht {f}
Hüllen {pl}, Decken {pl}, Lagen {pl}, Schichten {pl}
Hülle {f}; Decke {f}; Lage {f}; Schicht {f}
Hüllen {pl}; Decken {pl}; Lagen {pl}; Schichten {pl}
Titel {m}; Abdeckung {f}; Hülle {f}; Umschlag {m}
Titel {pl}; Abdeckungen {pl}; Hüllen {pl}; Umschläge {pl}
Titel {m}, Abdeckung {f}, Hülle {f}, Umschlag {m}
Titel {pl}, Abdeckungen {pl}, Hüllen {pl}, Umschläge {pl}
Überfluss {m}; Fülle {f}; große Menge; Abundanz {f}
in Hülle und Fülle
in abundance; enough and to spare
Überfluss {m}, Fülle {f}, große Menge, Abundanz {f}
in Hülle und Fülle
in abundance, enough and to spare
abgeschlossen {adj} [math.]
algebraisch abgeschlossen
abgeschlossene Hülle
algebraically closed
algebraisch, mathematisch {adj} [math.]
algebraische Zahl {f}
algebraische Funktion {f}
algebraisches Komplement
algebraische Hülle {f}
algebraic number
algebraic function
algebraic complement
algebraic closure, algebraic hull
algebraisch; mathematisch {adj} [math.]
algebraische Funktion {f}
algebraische Geometrie {f}
algebraische Gleichung {f}
algebraische Hülle {f}
algebraisches Komplement {n}
algebraische Struktur {f}
algebraische Zahl {f}
algebraic function
algebraic geometry
algebraic equation
algebraic closure; algebraic hull
algebraic complement
algebraic structure
algebraic number
Bleimantelkabel {n}
Bleimantelkabel mit PET-Hülle
lead sheathed cable; lead covered cable; L.C.-cable
lepeth cable

Deutsche Synonyme für Huelle


Englische Synonyme für shell

shell  Eustachian tube  L  R  acting area  aim at  alveolation  alveolus  ante up  antrum  anvil  apron  apron stage  armadillo shell  armature  armor  armor plate  armpit  atom  atomic model  attack  auditory apparatus  auditory canal  auditory meatus  auditory nerve  auditory ossicles  auditory tube  auricle  backstage  ball  ball cartridge  band shell  bandstand  bar shot  bark  barrage  basilar membrane  basin  bird shot  blank cartridge  blast  blitz  board  body armor  bomb  bombard  bony labyrinth  border  bowl  bran  bridge  buckler  buckshot  bullet  bulletproof vest  cadre  cannon  cannon shot  cannonade  cannonball  capsule  cartouche  cartridge  case  case shot  casement  casing  cauliflower ear  cavity  chaff  chain armor  chain mail  chassis  chitin  chiton  circumference  clam shell  coat of mail  cochlea  cockleshell  cocoa shell  commence firing  concave  concavity  conch  concha  corn shuck  cornhusk  cortex  coulisse  covering  cowrie  crater  crossbar shot  crust  crypt  cup  decorticate  depression  dip  disburse  dish out  dock  doorframe  dressing room  drumhead  duck shot  dumdum bullet  ear  ear lobe  eardrum  eggshell  elytron  endolymph  enfilade  envelope  epidermis  episperm  eschar  excorticate  expanding bullet  expend  exterior  external  external ear  externals  fabric  facade  face  facet  fire a volley  fire at  fire upon  flies  fly floor  fly gallery  fold  follicle  forestage  fork out  frame  framework  framing  fringe  front  funnel chest  fusillade  give out  grape  grapeshot  greenroom  grid  gridiron  habergeon  hammer  hand out  hand over  harness  hauberk  hole  hollow  hollow shell  hull  husk  incrustation  incus  inner ear  integument  ion  jacket  lacuna  langrel shot  lattice  latticework  lay out  lightboard  limpet  lineaments  lobe  lobule  lorica  lorication  lug  mail  malleus  manstopping bullet  mastoid process  middle ear  mortar  needles  nuclear atom  nuclide  nutshell  open fire  open up on  orchestra  orc  
shell game  bingo  boiler room  bucket shop  bunco game  card games  chuck and toss  chuck farthing  chuck-a-luck  con game  confidence game  crack-loo  crap game  crap shooting  craps  fan-tan  goldbrick  hazard  horse racing  keno  lotto  pinball  pitch and toss  policy  rouge et noir  roulette  skin game  sweepstake  sweepstakes  the numbers  the numbers game  thimblerig  thimblerigging  trente-et-quarante  
shell out  accord  administer  afford  allot  allow  award  bestow  bestow on  budget  communicate  confer  cost  cost out  deal  deal out  disburse  dish out  dispense  dole  dole out  donate  expend  extend  fork out  gift  gift with  give  give freely  give out  go through  grant  hand out  heap  help to  impart  incur costs  invest  issue  lavish  lay out  let have  mete  mete out  offer  open the purse  outlay  pay  pay out  pour  present  proffer  put out  rain  render  run through  schedule  serve  shower  sink money in  slip  snow  spend  splurge  squander  tender  throw money around  vouchsafe  yield  
shell shock  accident neurosis  anaphylactic shock  anxiety hysteria  anxiety neurosis  association neurosis  battle fatigue  blast neurosis  combat fatigue  compensation neurosis  compulsion neurosis  conversion hysteria  conversion neurosis  expectation neurosis  fixation neurosis  fright neurosis  homosexual neurosis  hypochondria  hypochondriasis  hypoglycemic shock  hysteria  mental shock  neurogenic shock  neurosis  neuroticism  obsessional neurosis  occupational neurosis  pathoneurosis  phobia  protein shock  psychasthenia  psychoneurosis  psychoneurotic disorder  psychopathia martialis  regression neurosis  secondary shock  serum shock  shock  situational neurosis  surgical shock  thanatosis  trauma  traumatism  war neurosis  wound shock  
shellac  apply paint  beat  bedaub  bedizen  begild  besmear  blank  brush on paint  bulldoze  calcimine  clobber  coat  color  complexion  cover  cream  dab  daub  deep-dye  defeat utterly  dip  distemper  double-dye  drub  dye  emblazon  enamel  engild  face  fast-dye  fresco  gild  glaze  gloss  grain  hue  illuminate  imbue  ingrain  japan  lacquer  lambaste  lay on color  lick  overbear  overwhelm  paint  parget  paste  pigment  prime  schmear  shade  shadow  shut out  skunk  slop on paint  smear  smother  snow under  stain  steamroller  stipple  thrash  tinct  tincture  tinge  tint  tone  trim  undercoat  varnish  wash  whelm  whitewash  whomp  whop  
shellacking  beating  calcimining  clobbering  coating  covering  crushing defeat  debacle  decisive defeat  defeasance  drubbing  enameling  fresco  gilding  glazing  glossing  japanning  licking  no contest  overthrow  overwhelming defeat  painting  pasting  priming  rout  smashing defeat  smearing  staining  stippling  total defeat  trouncing  undercoating  utter defeat  vanquishment  varnishing  whipping  whitewash  whitewashing  whopping  
shellfire  antiaircraft fire  cross fire  curtain fire  direct fire  dry fire  file fire  fire  fire of demolition  firepower  fireworks  firing  flack  flak  ground fire  gunfight  gunfire  gunplay  high-angle fire  horizontal fire  interdiction fire  machine-gun fire  mortar fire  musketry  percussion fire  pistol fire  raking fire  rapid fire  ricochet fire  rifle fire  shoot-out  shooting  time fire  vertical fire  zone fire  
shellfish  Dungeness crab  Japanese crab  blue point  clam  coquillage  crab  crawdad  crawfish  crayfish  langouste  limpet  littleneck clam  lobster  mussel  oyster  periwinkle  prawn  quahog  scallop  shrimp  snail  soft-shell crab  steamer  whelk  

Lexikoneinträge für shell / a burned-out shell of a building with the roof having fallen in / Democracy has been hollowed out and only the shell remains.

Acorn-shell (n.) One of the sessile cirripeds
Argus shell () A species of shell (Cypraea argus), beautifully variegated with spots resembling those in a peacock's tail.
Ark shell () A marine bivalve shell belonging to the genus Arca and its allies.
Boat shell () A marine gastropod of the genus Crepidula. The species are numerous. It is so named from its form and interior deck.
Boat shell () A marine univalve shell of the genus Cymba.
Bubble shell () A marine univalve shell of the genus Bulla and allied genera, belonging to the Tectibranchiata.
Building (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Build
Building (n.) The act of constructing, erecting, or establishing.
Building (n.) The art of constructing edifices, or the practice of civil architecture.
Building (n.) That which is built
Burned (imp. & p. p.) of Burn
Burned (p. p. & a.) See Burnt.
Burned (p. p.) Burnished.
Curb roof () A roof having a double slope, or composed, on each side, of two parts which have unequal inclination
Democracy (n.) Government by the people
Democracy (n.) Government by popular representation
Democracy (n.) Collectively, the people, regarded as the source of government.
Democracy (n.) The principles and policy of the Democratic party, so called.
Ear-shell (n.) A flattened marine univalve shell of the genus Haliotis
Fallen (p. p.) of Fall
Fallen (a.) Dropped
Fig-shell (n.) A marine univalve shell of the genus Pyrula, or Ficula, resembling a fig in form.
Goroon shell () A large, handsome, marine, univalve shell (Triton femorale).
Hard-shell (a.) Unyielding
Hollowed (imp. & p. p.) of Hollow
Ioqua shell () The shell of a large Dentalium (D. pretiosum), formerly used as shell money, and for ornaments, by the Indians of the west coast of North America.
Jaw-fallen (a.) Dejected
Maara shell () A large, pearly, spiral, marine shell (Turbo margaritaceus), from the Pacific Islands. It is used as an ornament.
Mail-shell (n.) A chiton.
Mansard roof () A hipped curb roof
Mask shell () Any spiral marine shell of the genus Persona, having a curiously twisted aperture.
Pouch-shell (n.) A small British and American pond snail (Bulinus hypnorum).
Rice-shell (n.) Any one of numerous species of small white polished marine shells of the genus Olivella.
Roof (n.) The cover of any building, including the roofing (see Roofing) and all the materials and construction necessary to carry and maintain the same upon the walls or other uprights. In the case of a building with vaulted ceilings protected by an outer roof, some writers call the vault the roof, and the outer protection the roof mask. It is better, however, to consider the vault as the ceiling only, in cases where it has farther covering.
Roof (n.) That which resembles, or corresponds to, the covering or the ceiling of a house
Roof (n.) The surface or bed of rock immediately overlying a bed of coal or a flat vein.
Roof (v. t.) To cover with a roof.
Roof (v. t.) To inclose in a house
Shell (n.) A hard outside covering, as of a fruit or an animal.
Shell (n.) The covering, or outside part, of a nut
Shell (n.) A pod.
Shell (n.) The hard covering of an egg.
Shell (n.) The hard calcareous or chitinous external covering of mollusks, crustaceans, and some other invertebrates. In some mollusks, as the cuttlefishes, it is internal, or concealed by the mantle. Also, the hard covering of some vertebrates, as the armadillo, the tortoise, and the like.
Shell (n.) Hence, by extension, any mollusks having such a covering.
Shell (n.) A hollow projectile, of various shapes, adapted for a mortar or a cannon, and containing an explosive substance, ignited with a fuse or by percussion, by means of which the projectile is burst and its fragments scattered. See Bomb.
Shell (n.) The case which holds the powder, or charge of powder and shot, used with breechloading small arms.
Shell (n.) Any slight hollow structure
Shell (n.) A coarse kind of coffin
Shell (n.) An instrument of music, as a lyre, -- the first lyre having been made, it is said, by drawing strings over a tortoise shell.
Shell (n.) An engraved copper roller used in print works.
Shell (n.) The husks of cacao seeds, a decoction of which is often used as a substitute for chocolate, cocoa, etc.
Shell (n.) The outer frame or case of a block within which the sheaves revolve.
Shell (n.) A light boat the frame of which is covered with thin wood or with paper
Shell (v. t.) To strip or break off the shell of
Shell (v. t.) To separate the kernels of (an ear of Indian corn, wheat, oats, etc.) from the cob, ear, or husk.
Shell (v. t.) To throw shells or bombs upon or into
Shell (v. i.) To fall off, as a shell, crust, etc.
Shell (v. i.) To cast the shell, or exterior covering
Shell (v. i.) To be disengaged from the ear or husk
Shell-lac (n.) Alt. of Shellac
Shell-less (a.) Having no shell.
Slit-shell (n.) Any species of Pleurotomaria, a genus of beautiful, pearly, spiral gastropod shells having a deep slit in the outer lip. Many fossil species are known, and a few living ones are found in deep water in tropical seas.
Soft-shell (a.) Alt. of Soft-shelled
Spur-shell (n.) Any one of several species of handsome gastropod shells of the genus Trochus, or Imperator. The shell is conical, with the margin toothed somewhat like the rowel of a spur.
Tongue-shell (n.) Any species of Lingula.
Top-shell (n.) Any one of numerous species of marine top-shaped shells of the genus Trochus, or family Trochidae.
Trough-shell (n.) Any bivalve shell of the genus Mactra. See Mactra.
Tube-shell (n.) Any bivalve mollusk which secretes a shelly tube around its siphon, as the watering-shell.
Tulip-shell (n.) A large, handsomely colored, marine univalve shell (Fasciolaria tulipa) native of the Southern United States. The name is sometimes applied also to other species of Fasciolaria.
Turban-shell (n.) A sea urchin when deprived of its spines
Turnip-shell (n.) Any one of several large, thick, spiral marine shells belonging to Rapa and allied genera, somewhat turnip-shaped.
Turtle-shell (n.) The turtle cowrie.
Tusk-shell (n.) See 2d Tusk, n., 2.
Valve-shell (n.) Any fresh-water gastropod of the genus Valvata.
Wedge-shell (n.) Any one of numerous species of small marine bivalves belonging to Donax and allied genera in which the shell is wedge-shaped.
Wing-shell (n.) Any one of various species of marine bivalve shells belonging to the genus Avicula, in which the hinge border projects like a wing.
Wing-shell (n.) Any marine gastropod shell of the genus Strombus. See Strombus.
Wing-shell (n.) Any pteropod shell.
Worm-shell (n.) Any species of Vermetus.
Wreath-shell (n.) A marine shell of the genus Turbo. See Turbo.

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anaerobic exercise
muscle building
exercise that builds muscles through tension
shell game
a swindling sleight-of-hand game, victim guesses which of three things a pellet is under
the act of constructing something, during the construction we had to take a detour, his hobby was the building of boats
ship building
the construction of ships
shell collecting
the collection and study of mollusc shells
construction building the commercial activity involved in repairing old structures or constructing new ones, their main business is home construction, workers in the building trades
jerry-building construction of inferior buildings for a quick profit
morale building
morale booster
anything that serves to increase morale, the sight of flowers every morning was my morale builder
grass parakeet
lovebird shell parakeet
Melopsittacus undulatus
small Australian parakeet usually light green with black and yellow markings in the wild but bred in many colors
shell cuticle
shield a
hard outer covering or case of certain organisms such as arthropods and turtles
shell the hard largely calcareous covering of a mollusc or a brachiopod
scallop shell a shell of a scallop
oyster shell a shell of an oyster
tooth shell
tusk shell
any of various seashore mollusks having a tapering tubular shell open at each end and a foot pointed like a spade for burrowing
any of various large edible marine gastropods of the genus Haliotis having an ear-shaped shell with pearly interior
scorpion shell any of numerous tropical marine snails that as adults have the outer lip of the aperture produced into a series of long curved spines
moon shell
marine gastropods having smooth rounded shells that form short spires
bubble shell marine gastropod mollusk having a very small thin shell
coat-of-mail shell
sea cradle
primitive elongated bilaterally symmetrical marine mollusk having a mantle covered with eight calcareous plates
soft-shell clam
steamer clam
long-neck clam
Mya arenaria
an edible clam with thin oval-shaped shell found in coastal regions of the United States and Europe
hard-shell clam
hard clam
round clam
Venus mercenaria
Mercenaria mercenaria
an edible American clam, the heavy shells were used as money by some American Indians
ark shell marine bivalve mollusk having a heavy toothed shell with a deep boat-like inner surface
hard-shell crab edible crab that has not recently molted and so has a hard shell
soft-shell crab
soft-shelled crab
edible crab that has recently molted and not yet formed its new shell
lamp shell
marine animal with bivalve shell having a pair of arms bearing tentacles for capturing food, found worldwide
black rat
roof rat
Rattus rattus
common household pest originally from Asia that has spread worldwide
apartment building
apartment house
a building that is divided into apartments
artillery shell a shell fired by artillery
bank building
a building in which the business of banking transacted, the bank is on the corner of Nassau and Witherspoon
dummy blank shell
a cartridge containing an explosive charge but no bullet
body bag
personnel pouch
human remains pouch
a bag in which the body of a dead soldier is placed
a structure that has a roof and walls and stands more or less permanently in one place, there was a three-story building on the corner, it was an imposing edifice
building block a block of material used in construction work
building complex
a whole structure (as a building) made up of interconnected or related structures
building supply store
building supply house
a store where builders can purchase materials for building houses and related structures
Capitol Building
the government building in Washington where the United States Senate and the House of Representatives meet
church building
a place for public (especially Christian) worship, the church was empty
curb roof a roof with two or more slopes on each side of the ridge
diplomatic building government building in which diplomats live or work
Empire State Building a skyscraper built in New York City in ,feet tall
farm building a building on a farm
French roof a mansard roof with sides that are nearly perpendicular
gable roof
saddle roof
saddleback roof
a double sloping roof with a ridge and gables at each end
gambrel roof
a gable roof with two slopes on each side and the lower slope being steeper
gas shell (military) bomb consisting of an explosive projectile filled with a toxic gas that is released when the bomb explodes
government building a building that houses a branch of government
hip roof
hipped roof
a roof having sloping ends as well as sloping sides
hurricane deck
hurricane roof
promenade deck
awning deck
a deck at the top of a passenger ship
luggage rack
roof rack
carrier for holding luggage above the seats of a train or on top of a car
mansard roof
a hip roof having two slopes on each side
medical building
health facility
healthcare facility
building where medicine is practiced
mess jacket
monkey jacket
shell jacket
waist-length jacket tapering to a point at the back, worn by officers in the mess for formal dinners
office building
office block
a building containing offices where work is done
plate scale shell a metal sheathing of uniform thickness (such as the shield attached to an artillery piece to protect the gunners)
racing skiff
single shell
a shell for a single oarsman
Roman building a building constructed by the ancient Romans
roof a protective covering that covers or forms the top of a building
roof protective covering on top of a motor vehicle
roof garden a garden on a flat roof of a building
roof peak the highest point of a roof
shell ammunition consisting of a cylindrical metal casing containing an explosive charge and a projectile, fired from a large gun
shell case casing the housing or outer covering of something, the clock has a walnut case
shell racing shell a very light narrow racing boat
shell plating the plates covering the frame of a steel ship and corresponding to the planking of a wooden ship
shell stitch a crochet stitch
shotgun shell a shell containing lead shot, used in shotguns
slate roof a roof covered with slate
sugar spoon
sugar shell
a spoon for serving sugar, often made in the shape of a seashell
tank shell a shell fired by the cannon on a tank
telecom hotel
telco building
a building that houses telecommunications equipment, the telecom hotels are prime targets for bombing
thatched roof
a house roof made with a plant material (as straw)
tile roof a roof made of fired clay tiles
whizbang whizzbang whizbang shell a small high-velocity shell, it makes a whizzing sound followed by a bang when it hits
the dead body of a human being, the cadaver was intended for dissection, the end of the police search was the discovery of a corpse, the murderer confessed that he threw the stiff in the river, honor comes to bless the turf that wraps their clay
roof of the mouth
the upper surface of the mouth that separates the oral and nasal cavities
sunken arch
fallen arch
an instep flattened so the entire sole rests on the ground
majority rule
the doctrine that the numerical majority of an organized group can make decisions binding on the whole group
democracy the political orientation of those who favor government by the people or by their elected representatives
social democracy the belief in a gradual transition from capitalism to socialism by democratic means
building permit a document authorizing the holder to construct a building of a particular kind on a particular lot
an upper limit on what is allowed, he put a ceiling on the number of women who worked for him, there was a roof on salaries, they established a cap for prices
building code set of standards established and enforced by local government for the structural safety of buildings
star shell an artillery shell containing an illuminant
pie crust
pie shell
pastry used to hold pie fillings
patty shell
shell of puff paste
shell bean unripe beans removed from the pod before cooking
hard-shell clam
round clam
Atlantic coast round clams with hard shells, large clams usually used for chowders or other clam dishes
soft-shell clam
steamer clam
long-neck clam
a clam that is usually steamed in the shell
soft-shell crab
soft-shelled crab
freshly molted crab with new shell still tender and flexible
electron shell a grouping of electrons surrounding the nucleus of an atom, the chemical properties of an atom are determined by the outermost electron shell
building the occupants of a building, the entire building complained about the noise
plant department
building department
the division of a business responsible for building and maintaining the physical plant
a political system in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who can elect people to represent them
parliamentary democracy a democracy having a parliament
shell corporation
shell entity
a company that is incorporated but has no assets or operations
building society British equivalent of United States savings and loan association
vacant lot
building site
a lot on which there are no permanent buildings
archeological remains a relic that has been excavated from the soil
remains any object that is left unused or still extant, I threw out the remains of my dinner
roof the inner top surface of a covered area or hollow space, the roof of the cave was very high, I could see the roof of the bear's mouth


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