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Raab {f} (Fluss in Österreich und Ungarn) [geogr.]
Rába (river in Austria and Hungary)
Raba {f} (Fluss in Polen) [geogr.]
Raba (river in Poland)
Rabat (Hauptstadt von Marokko)
Rabat (capital of Morocco)
Rabat (Hauptstadt von Marokko) [geogr.]
Rabat (capital of Morocco)
ausreichend für einen Rabatt
sufficient to obtain a rebate
Diskont, Nachlass, Rabatt
discount
einen Rabatt gewähren
allow a discount
Ermäßigung, Kürzung, Rabatt
reduction
kein Rabatt
no reduction
Preisnachlass, Rabatt, Diskont
discount
Rabatt
discount
Rabatt für Großaufträge
discount for large orders
Rabatt, Nachlaß
sales discount
Rabatt, Rückvergütung, Rückzahlung
rebate
Abschlag {m}, Disagio {n}, Skonto {m}, Rabatt {m}
Abschläge {pl}, Disagios {pl}, Skontos {pl}, Rabatte {pl}
discount
discounts
Preisnachlass {m}
Preisnachlässe {pl}
ungewöhnlich hoher Preisnachlass
Preisnachlass gewähren, Rabatt einräumen, Preisnachlass geben
price deduction, discount
price deductions, discounts
abnormal discount
to grant a price deduction, to give a discount
Rabatt {m}, Diskont {m}
mit 4 Prozent Rabatt
discount
at a 4 percent discount
Rabatt {m}, Skonto {m} [fin.]
30 Tage netto, bei Zahlung innerhalb 10 Tagen 3% Skonto
allowance, cash discount
10 days 3%, 30 days net
Rabatt {m}, Preisnachlass {m}
rebate
Rabatt {m}, Freibetrag {m}
Rabatte {pl}
deductible
deductibles
Rabatt {m}, Abzug {m}, Nachlass {m}
allowance
nachlassen, diskontieren, einen Rabatt gewähren {vt}
nachlassend, diskontierend, einen Rabatt gewährend
nachgelassen, diskontiert, einen Rabatt gewährt
to discount
discounting
discounted
Abschlag, Skonto, Rabatt
discount
Rabatt
rebate
der abgezogene Rabatt
the discount deducted
der Rabatt den Sie abgezogen haben
the discount you deducted
ein beträchtlicher Rabatt
a substantial discount
ein weiterer Rabatt von
a further discount of
können Sie uns einen Rabatt einräumen
can you allow us a discount
über Ihren normalen Rabatt hinaus
over and above your normal discount
unseren Rabatt erhöhen
to increase our discount
unseren Rabatt herabsetzen
to reduce our discount
Rabatt, Ermäßigung
discount
Abschlag {m}; Skonto {m}; Rabatt {m}; Disagio {n} [fin.]
Abschläge {pl}; Skonti {pl}; Rabatte {pl}; Disagios {pl}
mit 4 Prozent Rabatt
einen Abschlag Rabatt von den Listenpreisen machen
discount
discounts
at a 4 percent discount
to give a discount on the list prices
Preisnachlass {m}
Preisnachlässe {pl}
Preisnachlass für eine mangelhafte Ware
ungewöhnlich hoher Preisnachlass
einen Preisnachlass gewähren; einen Rabatt einräumen
einen Preisnachlass (für eine mangelhafte Ware) gewähren
price deduction; discount
price deductions; discounts
allowance on the price
abnormal discount
to allow a price deduction; to grant a discount; to grant a rebate
to make an allowance on the price
Rabatt {m}; Preisnachlass {m} [econ.]
einen Rabatt gewähren
Einfuhrvergünstigung {f}
Händlerrabatt {m}
Frachtrabatt {m}; Frachtnachlass {m}
rebate
to allow grant a rebate
import rebate
dealers' rebate
freight rebate
Rabatt {m}; Freibetrag {m}
Rabatte {pl}
deductible
deductibles
Vorteilspartner {pl} (Firmen wo Clubmitglieder Rabatt bekommen) [econ.]
member(ship) benefit partners
ausreichend; auskömmlich {adj}
ausreichendes Guthaben
ausreichend Material
ausreichend für einen Rabatt
sufficient
sufficient funds
sufficient material
sufficient to obtain a rebate
etw. an etw. knüpfen (zur Voraussetzung machen)
knüpfend
geknüpft
ein Angebot bei dem der Rabatt an den Kauf einer Reiseversicherung geknüpft wird
Die Verwendung weiterer Sprachen ist an die Bedingung geknüpft dass damit keine Zusatzkosten verbunden sind.
Die Steuererleichterung ist an ein bestehendes aufrechtes [Ös.] Beschäftigungsverhältnis gebunden.
Das Visum ist an den Nachweis ausreichender Geldmittel für den Aufenthalt gebunden.
Einige Sparformen sind indexgebunden.
to link sth. to sth. (make it depend on sth.)
linking
linked
an offer whereby the discount is linked to the purchase of a travel insurance
The use of other languages is linked to the condition that it entail no additional expense.
The tax relief is linked to employment status.
The visa is linked to proof of adequate funds to cover the stay.
Some savings schemes are index-linked.
minus {prp; +Gen.}
120 Euro minus 3% Rabatt
less sth.
120 euros less 3% discount
nachlassen; diskontieren; einen Rabatt gewähren {vt}
nachlassend; diskontierend; einen Rabatt gewährend
nachgelassen; diskontiert; einen Rabatt gewährt
to discount
discounting
discounted
Rabatte
deductibles
Rabatte
rebates
Rabatte {f} (schmales Zierpflanzenbeet) [agr.]
border (narrow bed for ornamental plants)
Rabattfähig
discountable
rabattieren
to rebate
etw. rabattieren {vt}
rabattierend
rabattiert
to rebate sth.
rebating
rebated
Rabattmarke
trading stamp
Rabattmarke {f}
Rabattmarken {pl}
trading stamp, discount ticket
trading stamps, discount tickets
Rabattmarke
discount ticket
Rabattmarke {f}
Rabattmarken {pl}
trading stamp; discount ticket
trading stamps; discount tickets
Rabattmöglichkeit {f}
discount possibility
Rabattpreis
discount price
bezahlt unter Nutzung des Rabatts
paid under rebate
erfreuen sich nicht des Rabatts
do not enjoy the discount
Rabattstaffel
scale of discount
Rabattstaffel {f}
scale of discount
Rabatz machen
to kick up a fuss
Krach {m}; Rabatz {m} (wegen etw.)
ructions [Br.] [coll.] (over sth.)
Trara {n}; Tamtam {n}; Rambazamba {m n}; Rabatz {m}
Das neue Auto wurde mit viel Tamtam vorgestellt: Sekt Gratisgeschenken und Livemusik.
razzmatazz; foofaraw
The new car was launched with great razzmatazz: champagne free gifts and live music.
Rabauke {m}, Rüpel {m}
tearaway
Rabauke {m}
punk [Am.] [coll.]
Tyrann {m}, Rabauke {m}
bully
Rabauke {m}; Raufbold {m}; Rowdy {m}
Rabauken {pl}; Raufbolde {pl}; Rowdys {pl}
tearaway [Br.]; punk [Am.]
tearaways; punks
rabaukenhaft, rüpelhaft {adj}
tearaway
rabaukenhaft {adj}
tearaway
Rabaulhabicht {m} [ornith.]
Blue & Grey Sparrow Hawk
Rabbiner {m}, Rabbi {m}
Rabbiner {pl}
rabbi
rabbis
Rabbiner {m}; Rabbi {m}
Rabbiner {pl}
rabbi
rabbis
Rabbiner
rabbi
Rabbiner
rabbis
rabbinisch {adj}
rabbinic, rabbinical
rabbinisch {adv}
rabbinically
rabbinisch
rabbinic
rabbinisch
rabbinical
rabbinisch
rabbinically
rabbinisch {adj}
rabbinic; rabbinical
rabbinische
rabbinically
rabbinischen
rabbinical
Rabe
raven
Rabe {m} [ornith.]
Raben {pl}
raven
ravens
Rabe {m} (Sternbild) [astron.]
Corvus; Crow; Raven
Seltenheit {f}; Rarität {f}
Seltenheiten {pl}; Raritäten {pl}
ein weißer Rabe [übtr.]
curiosity; rarity
curiosities; rarities
a rarity
krächzen {vi} (Krähe Rabe)
krächzend
gekrächzt
krächzt
krächzte
to caw (crow raven)
cawing
cawed
caws
cawed
'Der Rabe und andere Gedichte' (von Poe Werktitel) [lit.]
'The Raven and other Poems' (by Poe work title)
des Rabelais
rabelaisian
Raben zeugen keine Tauben. [Sprw.]
A wild goose never laid a tame egg. [prov.]
Die sieben Raben
The Seven Ravens
Raben
ravens
Die sieben Raben (Märchen)
The Seven Ravens (fairy tale)
hinterhältig; durchtrieben; verschlagen {adj} (Person)
hinterhältiger
am hinterhältigsten
Rabenaas {n}; Rabenvieh {n} [Ös.]; Bazi {m} [Bayr.] [Ös.]
shifty (person)
shiftier
shiftiest
shifty character
Rabeneltern {pl}
uncaring parents
Rabeneltern {pl}
unnatural parents
Rabeneltern
unnatural parents
Elternteil {n} [soc.]
Eltern {pl}
Adoptiveltern {pl}
besorgte Eltern
minderjährige Eltern; Teenager-Eltern {pl}
biologische Eltern
nicht-biologische Eltern
Rabeneltern {pl} [pej.]
meine alten Herrschaften [humor.]; meine Alten [slang] (Eltern)
parent
parents
adoptive parents
concerned parents
teenage parents
biological parents
unnatural parents
uncaring parents
my aged parents; my folks [Am.]
Rabenfeder {f}
crow quill
Rabenfeder
crow quill
Rabengeier {m} [ornith.]
American Black Vulture
Rabengeier {m} (Coragyps atratus) [ornith.]
American black vulture; black vulture
Rabengekrächze {n}
croaking of raven
Rabengekraechze
croaking of raven
Rabenhaar {n}
raven black hair
Rabenhaar
raven black hair
Rabenkakadu {m} [ornith.]
Red-tailed Black Cockatoo
Rabenkrähe {f} [ornith.]
Carrion Crow (Corvus corone)
Rabenkraehe
carrion crow
Rabenkrähe {f} (Corvus corone) [ornith.]
carrion crow
Rabenmutter {f}
Rabenmütter {pl}
uncaring mother
uncaring mothers
Rabenmutter {f}
unnatural mother
Rabenmutter
unnatural mother
Rabenpapagei {m} [ornith.]
Black Parrot
rabenschwarz {adj}
jet-black, pitch-dark
rabenschwarz {adj}
black as a crow
rabenschwarz {adj}
caracinous
rabenschwarz
jetblack
rabenschwarz {adj}
jet-black; pitch-dark
Rabenschwarze
raven hued
rabenschwarzen
black as a crow
rabenschwarzer
caracinous
Rabenvater {m}
Rabenväter {pl}
uncaring father
uncaring fathers
Rabenvater {m}
unnatural father
Rabenvater
unnatural father
rabiat {adj}
furious, rough, brutal, ruthless
rabiat {adj}
rabiater
am rabiatesten
raving
more raving
most raving
Rabiat, tobend
raving
rabiat {adj}
furious; rough; brutal; ruthless
rabiatere
more raving
rabiateste
most raving
Rabitz {m} [constr.] (Drahtputz)
metal lath [Am.]
Rabitzgewebe {n} [constr.]
rabitz cloth lath
Rabnitz {f} (Fluss) [geogr.]
Repce (river)
Raboatimalie {f} [ornith.]
Luzon Wren Babbler
Rabulistik {f} (Spitzfindigkeit Wortklauberei um in einer Diskussion Recht zu behalten) [geh.] [pej.]
rabulistics [very rare]; sophistry; quibbling; pettifogging
Razemat {n}; Racemat {n} [chem.]
racemate; racemic mixture
razemisch; racemisch; Razemat...; Racemat... {adj} [chem.]
razemisches Gemisch; razemisches Konglomerat
razemische Verbindung
racemic
racemic mixture; racemic conglomerate
racemic compound; true racemate
Racematspaltung {f} [biochem.]
chiral resolution
racemisieren
to racemize
razemisieren; racemisieren {vi}; sich razemisieren racemisieren {vr} [chem.]
(sich) razemisierend; racemisierend
(sich) razemisiert; racemisiert
to racemize [eAm.]; to racemise [Br.]
racemizing; racemising
racemized; racemised
Platanen {f} (Platanus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Amerikanische Platane (Platanus occidentalis)
Kalifornische Platane (Platanus racemosa)
platanus; planes; plane-trees (botanical genus)
American sycamore; American planetree; occidental plane; buttonwood
California sycamore; Western sycamore; California plane tre
Trauben-Silberkerze {f}; Schwarze Schlangenwurzel (Actaea racemosa) [bot.]
black cohosh; black snakeroot
Racetrack-Speicher {m} [comp.]
racetrack memory
Rache {f}, Revanche {f}
als Rache (für)
aus Rache
Rache nehmen, Rache üben, rächen (an)
revenge
in revenge (for)
out of revenge
to avenge, to revenge (on, upon)
Rache {f}, Vergeltung {f}
Rache schwören
vengeance
to vow vengeance
Tag {m}
Tage {pl}
pro Tag
Tag um Tag, Tag für Tag
von Tag zu Tag
Tag und Nacht
bis zum heutigen Tag
Tag der Abrechnung
Tag der offenen Tür
Tag der Rache
seinen großen Tag haben
einen schwarzen Tag haben
Tag, an dem alles schief geht
den ganzen Tag
den lieben langen Tag
eines Tages, einmal
einen Tag frei nehmen
unter Tage arbeiten
der größte Teil des Tages
in früheren Tagen, in alten Zeiten
zu seiner Zeit, zu ihrer Zeit
vier Tage hintereinander
den Tag nutzen
heiße Tage
Tag des jüngsten Gerichts, der Jüngste Tag [relig.]
day
days
per day, daily
day after day, day by day
from day to day
day and night
down to the present day
day of reckoning
open house day
day of reckoning
to have a field day
to strike a bad patch
bad hair day
all day long
the whole blessed day
one day, some day
to take a day off
to work underground
most of the day
in days of yore
in his day, in her day
four days running
to seize the day
dog days
doomsday, Judgment Day, Day of Judgement, the Last Day
Vergeltung {f}, Rache {f}
Vergeltungen {pl}
retribution, payback
retributions
Rache ist süß.
Revenge is sweet.
Ahndung, Rache
revenge
Rache
revenge
Rache
vengeance
Rache {f}; Revanche {f}
als Rache (für)
aus Rache
auf Rache sinnen
Rache nehmen; Rache üben; rächen (an)
Er hat sich an ihm gerächt.
revenge
in revenge (for)
out of revenge
to be out for revenge
to avenge; to revenge (on; upon)
He took revenge on him.
Rache {f}; Vergeltung {f}
Rache schwören
vengeance
to vow vengeance
Tag {m}
Tage {pl}
pro Tag
Tag um Tag; Tag für Tag
von Tag zu Tag
Tag und Nacht
bis zum heutigen Tag
den ganzen Tag (über); über den ganzen Tag verteilt
Tag der Abrechnung
Tag der offenen Tür
Tag der Rache
denkwürdiger Tag; besonderer Tag
seinen großen Tag haben
einen schwarzen Tag haben
Tag an dem alles schief geht
den ganzen Tag
den lieben langen Tag
eines Tages; einmal
(sich) einen Tag frei nehmen
unter Tage arbeiten
Arbeit unter Tage
Arbeit über Tage
der größte Teil des Tages
in früheren Tagen; in alten Zeiten
zu seiner Zeit; zu ihrer Zeit
vier Tage hintereinander
den Tag nutzen
heiße Tage
in guten und in schweren Tagen
in guten wie in schweren Tagen
Tag des jüngsten Gerichts; der Jüngste Tag [relig.]
Wir haben seit Tagen schlechtes Wetter.
Wir warteten tagelang auf Hilfe aber es kam keine.
Sie war zu ihrer Zeit eine berühmte Schauspielerin.
Zu meiner Zeit hatten die Kinder mehr Respekt vor älteren Leuten.
Das waren (noch) Zeiten!
day
days
per day p.d. ; daily; per diem; by the day
day after day; day by day
from day to day
day and night
down to the present day
throughout the day
day of reckoning
Open day; Open house; Open house day
day of reckoning
red-letter day
to have a field day
to strike a bad patch
bad hair day
all day long
the whole blessed day
one day; some day
to take a day off
to work underground
underground work; inside labour
day labour
most of the day
in days of yore
in his day; in her day
four days running
to seize the day
dog days
for the better for the worse
for better or for worse
doomsday; Judgment Day; Day of Judgement; the Last Day
We have had bad weather for days (now).
For days we waited for help but none came.
She was a famous actress in her day.
In my day children used to have more respect for their elders.
Those were the days!
Vergeltung {f}; Rache {f}
Vergeltungen {pl}
retribution; payback
retributions
jdm. etw. abverlangen; abfordern; abnötigen; abpressen {vt} [soc.]
abverlangend; abfordernd; abnötigend; abpressend
abverlangt; abgefordert; abgenötigt; abgepresst
jdm. das Versprechen abverlangen dass ...
jdm. Gehorsam abnötigen
eine Zahlung (ungerechtfertigt) eintreiben
an jdm. (für etw.) Rache üben
einen hohen Tribut fordern; jdn. etw. arg in Mitleidenschaft ziehen (Sache)
Stress kann den Menschen arg in Mitleidenschaft ziehen.
Die plastische Chirurgie verlangt ungeheure Geschicklichkeit und Konzentration.
Die Täter pressten den Opfern 100.000 Dollar ab.
to exact sth. from sb.
exacting
exacted
to exact a promise from sb. that ...
to exact obedience from sb.
to exact a payment
to exact revenge on sb. (for sth.)
to exact a terrible toll to exact a heavy high price (from sb. sth.) (matter)
Stress can exact a high price from people.
Plastic surgery exacts tremendous skill and concentration.
The blackmailers exacted 100 000 dollars from their victims.
etw. anstreben {vt}; sich um etw. bemühen {vr}; etw. betreiben {vt}
sich bemühen etw. zu tun
auf Rache sinnen
jdm. nach dem Leben trachten
Schadensersatz fordern
Der Gouverneur von Kalifornien strebt eine Wiederwahl an.
Ich habe meine derzeitige Stellung nicht angestrebt.
Diese Kontroverse geht nicht von mir aus.
Die Dissidenten suchten in der Botschaft Schutz vor Verfolgung.
Sie betreiben ganz offen seinen Rausschmiss.
Wasser strebt immer nach Ausgleich.
Sie bemühten sich die Öffentlichkeit zu beruhigen.
Die Schulen bemühen sich die Abbruchrate zu verringern.
to seek sth. {sought; sought} (try to obtain or achieve)
to seek to do sth.
to seek revenge
to seek sb.'s life
to seek damages
The governor of California seeks re-election.
My present position is not of my seeking.
This controversy is not of my seeking.
The dissidents were seeking refuge from persecution in the embassy.
They are openly seeking his being sacked.
Water seeks its own level.
They sought to reassure the public.
Schools are seeking to reduce the dropout rate.
(Ärger) auslassen {vt} (an)
auslassend
ausgelassen
lässt aus
ließ aus
seine Wut an jdm. auslassen
an jdm. Rache nehmen
to wreak (on)
wreaking
wreaked
wreaks
wreaked
to wreak one's anger on sb.
to wreak revenge on sb.
etw. im Geheimen planen {vt}
im Geheimen planend
im Geheimen geplant
seine Flucht planen
Sie hat im Gefängnis jahrelang ihre Rache geplant.
Es wird ihm vorgeworfen die Ermordung von zwei kritischen Journalisten geplant zu haben.
to plot sth.
plotting
plotted
to plot your escape
She spent her years in prison plotting her revenge.
He is alleged to have plotted the assassination of two critical journalists to have plotted to assassinate two critical journalists.
Montezumas Rache [ugs.] (Reisedurchfall) [med.]
Montezuma's Revenge [coll.] (traveller's diarrhoea)
Racheakt {m}
Racheakte {pl}
act of revenge
acts of revenge
Racheakt
act of revenge
Racheakte
acts of revenge
Racheengel {m}
Racheengel {pl}
avenging angel
avenging angels
Rachegedanken {pl} [psych.]
thoughts of revenge
Rachegefühl {n}
desire for revenge
Rachegefühl {n}
Rachegefühle bei jdm. wecken
Rachegefühle gegenüber jdm. hegen
desire for revenge
to make sb. vindictive
to feel vindictiveness towards sb.
Rachelweber {m} [ornith.]
Rachel's Malimbe
Hals {m}, Rachen {m} [anat.]
im Hals stecken bleiben [übtr.]
throat
to stick in sb.'s throat [Br.], to stick in sb.'s craw [Am.]
Rachen {m} [anat.]
pharyngeal
Streptokokkus {m}
Streptokokken {m}
Streptokokken-Infektion {f} (im Rachen)
streptococcus, strep
streptococci, streps
strep throat
Rachen
pharyngeal
Rachen
pharynx
Gurgel, Rachen
throat
Rachen
throat
Rachen
throats
Maul, Rachen, Kinnbacken
jaw
Hals {m}; Rachen {m} [anat.]
im Hals stecken bleiben [übtr.]
throat
to stick in sb.'s throat [Br.]; to stick in sb.'s craw [Am.]
Oropharyngealkarzinom {n}; Karzinom {n} des Mund-Rachen-Raums [med.]
oropharyngeal carcinoma
Rachen... [anat.]
pharyngeal
endopharyngeal; intrapharyngeal; im Rachen (befindlich) {adj} [anat.]
endopharyngeal
Rachen {m}; Schlund {m}
maw [coll.]
Rachenhöhle {f}; Rachen {m} [anat.]
pharynx
Streptokokkus {m}; Streptococcus {m} (Bakterienart)
Streptokokken {pl}
Streptokokken-Infektion {f} (im Rachen)
Infektionen durch Streptokokken der Gruppe B
streptococcus; strep
streptococci; streps
strep throat
group B streptococcal infections
gurgeln {vi} (den Rachen spülen) [med.]
gurgelnd
gegurgelt
gurgelt
gurgelte
to gargle
gargling
gargled
gargles
gargled
retropharyngeal; hinter dem Rachen (liegend gelegen) {adj}
retropharyngeal; postpharyngeal
Rachenabstrich {m} [med.]
throat-smear
Schlundenge {f}; Rachenenge {f} (Isthmus faucium) [anat.]
fauces; isthmus of the fauces
Mandel- und Rachenentzündung {f}; Tonsillopharyngitis {f} [med.]
tonsillopharyngitis
Rachenhöhle {f} [anat.]
pharynx
Rachenhoehle
pharynx
Rachenhöhlen
pharynxes
Rachenkatarrh {m} [med.]
pharyngitis
Rachenkatarrh
pharyngitis
Rachenlehre {f} [techn.]
kleine Rachenlehre {f}
gap gauge, snap gauge
minor caliper gauge
Grenzrachenlehre {f}; Rachenlehre {f} [techn.]
Grenzrachenlehren {pl}; Rachenlehren {pl}
kleine Rachenlehre {f}
gap gauge; snap gauge; calliper [Br.] caliper [Am.] gauge
gap gauges; snap gauges; calliper caliper gauges
minor caliper gauge
Adenotomie {f} (operatives Entfernen der vergrößerten Rachenmandel)
adenoidectomy
Rachenmandel {f}; Tonsilla pharyngealis [anat.]
Rachenmandeln {pl}
pharyngeal tonsil; adenoid
pharyngeal tonsils; adenoids
retrotonsillär; hinter der Rachenmandel (liegend gelegen) {adj} [anat.]
retrotonsillar
Mandelfurche {f}; Mandelkrypte {f}; Tonsillenkrypte {f} [anat.]
Mandelfurchen {pl}; Mandelkrypten {pl}; Tonsillenkrypten {pl}
Rachenmandelfurchen {pl}; Rachenmandelkrypten {pl} (Cryptae tonsillares tonsillae pharyngeae)
Gaumenmandelfurchen {pl}; Gaumenmandelkrypten {pl} (Cryptae tonsillares tonsillae palatinae)
tonsillar crypt; amygdaline crypt
tonsillar crypts; amygdaline crypts
crypts of the lingual tonsils
crypts of the palatine tonsils
Nasenpolyp {m}, Rachenmandelpolyp, Rachenmandelwucherung {f} [med.]
Nasenpolypen {pl}, Rachenmandelpolypen {pl}, Rachenmandelwucherungen {pl}
adenoid
adenoids
Nasenpolyp {m}; Rachenmandelpolyp; Rachenmandelwucherung {f} [med.]
Nasenpolypen {pl}; Rachenmandelpolypen {pl}; Rachenmandelwucherungen {pl}
adenoid
adenoids
Getränk {n}; Trank {m} [geh.]; Trunk {m} [poet.] [cook.]
Getränke {pl}; Trünke {pl}
Begrüßungsgetränk {n}
ein warmes Getränk
alkoholfreies Getränk
stark alkoholisches Getränk; etwas Starkes [ugs.]
alkoholfreies -armes Getränk nach einem stark alkoholischem Getränk
Schluck zum Nachspülen (stark alkoholisches Getränk); Rachenputzer {m} [ugs.]
Ein Bier bitte und danach einen Rum zum Nachspülen.
drink
drinks
welcoming drink
a hot drink
soft drink
hard drink
chaser [Am.]
chaser [Br.]
I'll have a beer with a rum chaser.
Kehlen, Rachens
throats
peripharyngeal; in der Umgebung des Rachens (liegend gelegen) {adj} [anat.]
peripharyngeal
Pharyngitis {f}, Entzündung der Rachenschleimhaut [med.]
pharyngitis
Pharyngitis {f}; Entzündung der Rachenschleimhaut [med.]
pharyngitis
racheschnaubend, rachsüchtig {adj}
vengeful
racheschnaubend, rachsuechtig
vengeful
racheschnaubend; rachsüchtig {adj}
vengeful
Rachetragödie {f} [lit.]
Rachetragödien {pl}
revenge play; revenge tragedy
revenge plays; revenge tragedies
auf etw. zurückgreifen; sich auf etw. stützen etw. zu Hilfe in Anspruch nehmen {vi}
jds. Dienste in Anspruch nehmen; jds. Dienste nutzen
den Kreditmarkt stark in Anspruch nehmen
Sie konnte auf einen großen Erfahrungsschatz zurückgreifen.
Der Romanautor schöpft weitgehend aus eigenen Kindheitserlebnissen.
Der Bericht stützt sich auf mehrere Studien und aktuelle Statistiken.
Diese Neuinszenierung bedient sich der japanischen Onnagata-Technik bei der Männer Frauenrollen spielen.
Bei diesen Spielzeugen können Kinder ihre Phantasie spielen lassen.
Er war auf die Großzügigkeit seiner Freunde angewiesen.
Ich führe da immer gern das amerikanische Beispiel an.
Die Rachetragödien des elisabethanischen Englands orientierten sich am Beispiel des römischen Dramatikers Seneca.
to draw on upon sth.
to draw on sb.'s services
to draw heavily on the credit market
She had a wealth of experience to draw on.
The novelist draws heavily on his own childhood experiences.
The report draws upon several studies and recent statistics.
This new staging draws on the Japanese onnagata technique in which men play female roles.
These toys allow children to draw on their imagination.
He had to draw upon the generosity of his friends.
I always like to draw on the American example.
The revenge plays of Elizabethan England drew on the example of the Roman playwright Seneca.
Rachgier {f}
thirst for revenge
Rachgier
thirst for revenge
rachgierig {adj}
revengeful
rachgierig
revengeful
rachgierig, rachgierigen
revengeful
rachgierig; rachsüchtig {adj}
revengeful
Rachitis {f}, englische Krankheit {f} [med.]
rickets
Rachitis
rickets
Rachitis {f}; englische Krankheit {f} [med.]
rickets
rachitisch {adj} [med.]
with rickets, rachitic
rachitisch {adj} [med.]
rachitischer Rosenkranz {m}
with rickets; rachitic
rachitic rosary; rickety beads; beading (of the ribs)
'Die Toteninsel' (von Rachmaninow Werktitel) [mus.]
'The Isle of the Dead' (by Rachmaninov work title)
Rachsucht {f}
revengefulness
Rachsucht {f}
vindictiveness
Rachsucht
revengefulness
Rachsucht
vindictiveness
Rachsuechte
vindictivenesses
rachsüchtig
revengeful
rachsüchtig {adj}
avid for revenge
rachsüchtig {adv}
revengefully
rachsüchtig
vindictive
rachsüchtig {adv}
vindictively
rachsüchtig {adv}
vengefully
rachsuechtig
revengefully
rachsüchtig
vengeful
rachsüchtig
vengefully
rachsuechtig, rachsuechtigen
vindictive
rachsuechtig
vindictively
rachsüchtig; nachtragend {adj}
vindictive
rachsuechtige
vengefully
rachsuechtige
vindictively
Rachsüchtigkeit {f}
vengefulness
Rachsuechtigkeit
vengefulness
Racker {m}
Racker {pl}
varmint
varmints
Racker
varmint
Racker
varmints
strampeln, kämpfen sich rackern, Kampf
struggle
sich abrackern {vr}; sich abplacken {vr}; schuften {vi}; rackern {vi} [ugs.]
sich abrackernd; sich abplackend; schuftend; rackernd
sich abgerackert; sich abgeplackt; geschuftet; gerackert
er sie rackert sich ab; er sie schuftet; er sie rackert
ich er sie rackerte sich ab; ich er sie schuftete; ich er sie rackerte
er sie hat hatte sich abgerackert; er sie hat hatte geschuftet; er sie hat hatte gerackert
to drudge; to moil
drudging; moiling
drudged; moiled
he she drudges; he she moiles
I he she drudged; I he she moiled
he she has had drudged; he she has had moiled
schuften; rackern {vi}
schuftend; rackernd
geschuftet; gerackert
to toil
toiling
toiled
sich abrackern, schuften
abrackernd, schuftend
abgerackert, geschuftet
er
sie rackert sich ab, er
sie schuftet
ich
er
sie rackerte sich ab, ich
er
sie schuftete
er
sie hat
hatte sich abgerackert, er
sie hat
hatte geschuftet
to drudge
drudging
drudged
he
she drudges
I
he
she drudged
he
she has
had drudged
sich plagen, sich abrackern
sich plagend, sich abrackernd
geplagt, abgerackert
rackert sich ab
rackerte sich ab
to travail
travailing
travailed
travails
travailed
rackert sich ab
moils
rackert sich ab
fags
rackert sich ab
travails
sich abrackern; sich abplacken {vr}
sich abrackernd; sich abplackend
sich abgerackert; sich abgeplackt
rackert sich ab; plackt sich ab
rackerte sich ab; plackte sich ab
to fag
fagging
fagged
fags
fagged
sich plagen; sich abrackern {vr}
sich plagend; sich abrackernd
geplagt; abgerackert
rackert sich ab
rackerte sich ab
to travail
travailing
travailed
travails
travailed
rackerte sich ab
moiled
rackerte sich ab
travailed
Raclette {n} [cook.]
raclette
Raclette-Grill {m} [cook.]
Raclette-Grills {pl}
raclette grill
raclette grills
Raclettegerät {n} [cook.]
raclette set
Racquetball {m} [sport]
racquetball
Ractopamin {n} [chem.]
ractopamine
Radabdeckung {f} [auto]
Radabdeckungen {pl}
wheel cover
wheel covers
Radkappe {f}; Radzierblende {f}; Radabdeckung {f} [auto]
wheel hub cap; hubcap; wheel embellisher
Radabzieher {m} [auto]
Radabzieher {pl}
wheel puller
wheel pullers
Radachse
axle
Radachse {f}
Radachsen {pl}
axle
axles
Radachsen
axles
Durchmesser {m} der Radanlagefläche
attachment face diameter
Radanlagefläche {f}
attachment face
Durchmesser {m}; Diameter {m} [math.]
Durchmesser {pl}; Diameter {pl}
Kreisdurchmesser {n}
Kugeldurchmesser {m}
Durchmesser der Radanlagefläche
diameter
diameters
circle diameter
sphere diameter; globe diameter
attachment face diameter
Radanschlag {m}
Radanschläge {pl}
steering lock
steering locks
Radantrieb {m}
Radantriebe {pl}
wheel drive
wheel drives
Radantrieb
wheel drive
Radantriebe
wheel drives
Radar
radar
Flugnavigation {f} mit Radar und Fernsehen
teleran
Radar {m, n}
radar, radio detection and ranging
fortschrittliches Radar-Zielverfolgungssystem
advanced radar traffic control system
Flugnavigation mit Radar und Fernsehen
teleran
Antennenneigung {f} (Radar)
tilt of the antenna (radar)
Begrenzerröhre {f}; Schwellenröhre {f} (TV; Radar)
Begrenzerröhren {pl}; Schwellenröhren {pl}
clipper tube (TV; radar) [Am.]
clipper tubes
Blickfelddarstellungsgerät {n} (Radar) [techn.]
head-up display (radar)
Echoschwankung {f} (Radar)
aspect change (radar)
(kleiner vom Radar nicht erfassbarer) Eisberg {m} [naut.]
growler (iceberg too small to be detected by radar)
J-Shirmbild {n} (Radar)
J-display (radar)
Kfz-Radar-Rundumsensorik {f} [auto]
automotive surround sensing system
Kreiselsystem {n}; Kreiselverfahren {n} (Radar)
gyroscopic system (radar)
Küstenbrechung {f} (Radar) [techn.]
coastal refraction; coastline effect; shore effect (radar)
Küstenreflex {m} (Radar) [techn.]
Küstenreflexe {pl}
coastal reflection (radar)
coastal reflections
Laufzeitausgleich (Radar) {m}
transit time compensation (radar)
Laufzeitmessung {f} (Radar)
timing the interval between transmission and echo-return (radar)
Ortungsobjekt {n} (Radar)
Ortungsobjekte {pl}
distant object; target (radar)
distant objects; targets
aktives Ortungsverfahren {n} (Radar)
secondary radar
Radar {m n}
Nahbereichsradar {m n}
Rundsuchradar {m n}
Sekundär-Radar {m n}
Flugkörper-Verfolgungsradar
Flugkörper-Stellungsradar
radar; radio detection and ranging
short-range radar
panorama radar; ground-surveillance radar; surveillance radar element
secondary radar
missile tracking radar MTR
missile site radar MSR
Rundstrahlbake {f} (Radar)
Rundstrahlbaken {pl}
omnidirectional radar beacon ORB (radar)
omnidirectional radar beacons
Scheinecho {n}; Täuschecho {n} (Radar) [electr.]
fraudulent echo (radar)
Schneestörungen {pl} (Radar)
snow clutter (radar)
Störecho {n}; Störzeichen {n}; Engel {pl} [ugs.] (Radar) [techn.]
clutter (radar)
Störzielansteuerung {f} (Radar) [techn.]
home-on-jam (radar)
ungewollte Transponderauslösung {f} (Radar)
squitter (radar)
Transpondermitnahme {f} (Radar)
capture of the transponder (radar)
Überreichweite {f} (Radar)
trapping (radar)
Zittern {n}; Mäusezähnchen {pl} [ugs.] (TV Radar)
serration (TV radar)
Radaranlage {f}
Radaranlagen {pl}
radar unit
radar units
Radaranlage
radar unit
Antwort-Radarbake {f}; Transponderbake {f} (zur Ortung) [naut.]
radar responder beacon; radar beacon; racon; radar transponder
Radarbediener {m} [mil.]
Radarbediener {pl}
radar operator
radar operators
Raktetenflugkörper {m}; Raketenwaffe {f}; Rakete {f} [mil.]
Raktetenflugkörper {pl}; Raketenwaffen {pl}; Raketen {pl}
Abfangflugkörper {m}; Abfangrakete {f}
Abwehrflugkörper gegen Abfangraketen
Boden-Luft-Flugkörper {m}; Boden-Luft-Rakete {f}
drahtgelenkter Flugkörper
einsatzbereiter Flugkörper
luftfahrzeuggestützter Flugkörper
schwerer Flugkörper
taktischer Flugkörper
zweistufiger Flugkörper
von der Schulter abgefeuerter Flugkörper
Fliegerfaust {f}
Flugabwehrkörper {m}; Fla-Flugkörper {m}; Flugabwehrrakete {f} FlaRak
Abwehrrakete {f} für ballistische Flugkörper; Abfangrakete {f} [mil.]
Luft-Luft-Flugkörper
Luft-Boden-Flugkörper
Flugkörper zur U-Boot-Bekämpfung vom Schiff aus
Radarbekämpfungsflugkörper {m}; Radarbekämpfungsrakete {f}
Seezielflugkörper {m}; Seezielrakete {f}
U-Boot-Abwehr-Flugkörper {m}; U-Jagd-Flugkörper {m}
Panzerabwehrflugkörper {m}; Panzerabwehrrakete {f}
Boden-Boden-Flugkörper {m}; Boden-Boden-Rakete {f}
See-Luft-Flugkörper {m}; See-Luft-Rakete {f}
aerodynamischer Luft-Boden-Flugkörper {m}
Überwasser-Unterwasser-Flugkörper {m}; Schiff-Unterwasser-Flugkörper {m}
Unterwasser-Überwasser-Flugkörper {m}; Unterwasser-Überwasser-Rakete {f}
Unterwasser-Boden-Flugkörper {m}; Unterwasser-Boden-Rakete {f}
Unterwasser-Unterwasser-Flugkörper {m}; Unterwasser-Unterwasser-Rakete {f}
rocket missile; missile
rocket missiles; missiles
interceptor missile
anti-ballistic missile missile; ABM missile
surface-to-air missile SAM ; ground-to-air missile GTAM
wireguided missile
operational missile
air-launched missile
heavy missile
tactial missile
two-storey missile [Br.]; two-story missile [Am.]
shoulder-launched missile
shoulder-fired anti-aircraft missile
anti-aircraft missile
anti-ballistic missile ABM
air-to-air missile AAM
air-to-surface missile ASM
surface-to-unterwater missile SUM
anti-radar missile
anti-ship missile
anti-submarine missile; A S missile
anti-tank missile
surface-to-surface missile SSM ; ground-to-ground missile
sea-air missile
air-to-surface aerodynamic missile
surface-to-subsurface missile
subsurface-to-surface strategic missile
underwater-to-surface missile
subsurface-to-subsurface missile
Radarsichtgerät {n}, Radarbildschirm {m}
Radarsichtgeräte {pl}, Radarbildschirme {pl}
radarscope, radar scope
radarscopes, radar scopes
Radarschirm {m}, Radarbildschirm {m}
Radarschirme {pl}, Radarbildschirme {pl}
radar screen
radar screens
Radarbildschirm
radarscope
Radarbildschirm
radarscreen
Radarsichtgerät {n}; Radarbildschirm {m}
Radarsichtgeräte {pl}; Radarbildschirme {pl}
radarscope; radar scope
radarscopes; radar scopes
Radarschirm {m}; Radarbildschirm {m}
Radarschirme {pl}; Radarbildschirme {pl}
radar screen
radar screens
Radarechozeichen {m}; Echozeichen {n}; Radarechoanzeige {f}; Echoanzeige {f}; Radarzielanzeige {f}; Zielanzeige {f} [aviat.] [mil.]
Radarechozeichen {pl}; Echozeichen {pl}; Radarechoanzeigen {pl}; Echoanzeigen {pl}; Radarzielanzeigen {pl}; Zielanzeigen {pl}
radar blip; blip
radar blips; blips
Radarfalle {f} [ugs.]
Radarfallen {pl}
radar speed trap, radar trap
radar speed traps, radar traps
Geschwindigkeitskontrolle {f}; Radarfalle {f} [auto]
in eine Geschwindigkeitskontrolle Radarfalle geraten
speed trap
to be get caught in a speed trap
Radarfalle {f} [ugs.] [auto]
Radarfallen {pl}
radar speed trap; radar trap
radar speed traps; radar traps
Feuerleitung {f} [mil.]
flugzeuggesteuerte Feuerleitung
Radarfeuerleitung
fire control
aircraft-assisted fire control
fire control radar
Radarführungsdienst {m} [mil.] [aviat.]
radar control and reporting system
Stelle {f} des Radarführungsdienstes [mil.] [aviat.]
air defense radar unit
Radarführungsmindeshöhe {f} [aviat.]
minimum radar vectoring altitude
Radarführungsmindesthöhe {f} [aviat.]
minimum radar vectoring altitude
Radargerät {n}
radar equipment, radar set, radar
Radargeraet
radar equipment
Radargerät {n}
radar equipment; radar set; radar
geblitzt werden (beim Autofahren von einem Radargerät) [ugs.] [auto]
Wo wird heute geblitzt?
to be flashed by a speed camera; to get caught on a speed camera
Where are the speed cameras today?
radargesteuert {adj}
radar-guided
radargesteuert
radar guided
Radargürtel {m}
radar curtain
Radarguertel
radar curtain
Radarkontrolle {f}
radar speed check, radar control
Radarkontrolle
radar speed check
Radarkontrolle {f}
radar speed check; radar control
Beobachterstand {m}, Radarkuppel {f} [mil.]
blister
Radarkuppel {f}, Radom {n}, wetterfeste Verkleidung einer Antennenanlage
radiation dome, radome
Beobachterstand {m}; Radarkuppel {f} [mil.]
blister
Radarkuppel {f}; Radom {n}; wetterfeste Verkleidung einer Antennenanlage
radiation dome; radome
Radarlandegerät {n}
approach control radar
Radarlandegeraet
approach control radar
Radarleitoffizier {m} [mil.] [aviat.]
intercept controller
Luftfahrzeug {n} für vorgeschobene Radarüberwachung; Radarpicket-Luftfahrzeug {n} [mil.]
radar picket aircraft
vorgeschobene bewegliche Radarstation {f}; Radarpicket {n} [mil.]
radar picket
Zerstörer {m} für vorgeschobene Radarüberwachung; Radarpicket-Zerstörer {m} [mil.]
radar picket destroyer
Radarrundsichtgerät {n}
Radarrundsichtgeräte {pl}
spinner (radar)
spinners
Radarschirm
radar screen
Radarschirmbild {m}
radar display
Radarschirmbild
radar display
Radarsensorik {f}
radar sensor technology
Radarstation {f}, Radarstelle {f}
Radarstationen {pl}, Radarstellen {pl}
radar station
radar stations
Radarstation
radar station
Radarstation {f}; Radarstelle {f}
Radarstationen {pl}; Radarstellen {pl}
radar station
radar stations
Radarstellung {f} [mil.] [aviat.]
radar site
Radarsteuerung {f}
radar control
Radarsteuerung
radar control
Radarstörsender {m}
Radarstörsender {pl}
radar jammer
radar jammers
Radarstoersender
radar jammer
Düppel {m} (Radartäuschung) [mil.]
chaff [Am.]
Düppelstraße {f} (zur Radartäuschung) [mil.]
Düppelstraßen {pl}
chaff cloud
chaff clouds
Düppelung {f} (Ausstreuen von Alustreifen zur Radartäuschung) [mil.]
chaff dropping
Radarwarnnetz {n}
radar warning network
Radarwarnnetz
radar warning network
Radarzeichnung {f}
radar plotting
Radarzeichnung
radar plotting
Radarzielverfolgung {f} [mil.] [aviat.]
radar tracking
Lärm {m}, Tumult {m}, Radau {m}
hubbub
Radau {m}
row
Radau machen
to kick up a row
Lärm {m}; Tumult {m}; Radau {m}
hubbub
Radaubruder {m}, Krawallmacher {m}, Schläger {m}, Rowdy {m}
Radaubrüder {pl}, Krawallmacher {pl}, Schläger {pl}, Rowdys {pl}
rowdy
rowdies
Radaubruder, Schlaeger
rowdy
Radaubruder {m}; Krawallmacher {m}; Schläger {m}; Rowdy {m}
Radaubrüder {pl}; Krawallmacher {pl}; Schläger {pl}; Rowdys {pl}
rowdy
rowdies
gewalttaetiger, Radaubrueder
rowdier
Radaufhängung {f}
Radaufhängungen {pl}
wheel suspension
wheel suspensions
Radaufhaengung
wheel suspension
Radaufhaengungen
wheel suspensions
Radaufhängungswanken {n}
suspension roll
Radaumacher {m}
ragger, racketeer
Radaumacher
ragger
Radaumacher {m}
ragger; racketeer
Radausrichtung {n}
wheel alignment
Radausrichtung {f} [auto]
wheel alignment
Radaustausch {m}
wheel exchange
Radauswuchten {n}
wheel balancing
Radbaum {m} (Trochodendron aralioides) [bot.]
wheel tree
Radbefestigung {f}
wheel mounting
Radbefestigungsbolzen {n} [techn.]
Radbefestigungsbolzen {pl}
wheel stud
wheel studs
Radbolzen {m}
wheel bolt, wheel stud
Radbolzen {m}
Radbolzen {pl}
wheel bolt; wheel stud
wheel bolts; wheel studs
Radbremse {f}
Radbremsen {pl}
wheel brake
wheel brakes
Radbremse
wheel brake
Radbremsen
wheel brakes
Radbremszylinder {m}
Radbremszylinder {pl}
wheel brake cylinder; wheel cylinder
wheel brake cylinders; wheel cylinders
Radbruchstütze {f}
anti-derail device, wheel collapse support
Radbruchstütze {f}
anti-derail device; wheel collapse support
Raddampfer {m}
Raddampfer {pl}
paddle steamer
paddle steamers
Raddampfer
paddle steamer

Deutsche Synonyme für K��rper

Englische Synonyme für Rába

Lexikoneinträge für Rába (river in Austria and Hungary)

Hungary (n.) A country in Central Europe, now a part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
River (n.) One who rives or splits.
River (n.) A large stream of water flowing in a bed or channel and emptying into the ocean, a sea, a lake, or another stream
River (n.) Fig.: A large stream
River (v. i.) To hawk by the side of a river

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Battle of the Marne
Belleau Wood
Chateau-Thierry
Marne River
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Granicus
Battle of Granicus River
the battle in which Alexander won his first major victory against the Persians ( BC)
Metaurus River a battle during the second Punic War ( BC), Hannibal's brother Hasdrubal was defeated by the Romans which ended Hannibal's hopes for success in Italy
Meuse
Meuse River
Argonne
Argonne Forest
Meuse-Argonne
Meuse-Argonne operation
an American operation in World War I (), American troops under Pershing drove back the German armies which were saved only by the armistice on November
Somme Somme River Battle of the Somme battle in World War I ()
Somme Somme River Battle of the Somme battle of World War II ()
Yalu River a battle in the Korean War (November ), when UN troops advanced north to the Yalu River , Chinese troops crossed the river and drove them back
cooter
river cooter
Pseudemys concinna
large river turtle of the southern United States and northern Mexico
river limpet
freshwater limpet
Ancylus fluviatilis
minute conical gastropod superficially resembling a limpet but living and feeding on freshwater plants
longlawed prawn
river prawn
Palaemon australis
large (a foot or more) edible freshwater prawn common in Australian rivers
river dolphin any of several long-snouted usually freshwater dolphins of South America and southern Asia
hippopotamus
hippo
river horse
Hippopotamus amphibius
massive thick-skinned herbivorous animal living in or around rivers of tropical Africa
river otter
Lutra canadensis
sociable aquatic animal widely distributed along streams and lake borders in North America
river shad
Alosa chrysocloris
shad that spawns in streams of the Mississippi drainage, very similar to Alosa sapidissima
Australian arowana
Dawson River salmon
saratoga
spotted barramundi
spotted bonytongue
Scleropages leichardti
a species of large fish found in Australian rivers
New River Gorge Bridge a steel arch bridge across New River at Fayetteville, West Virginia
river boat a boat used on rivers or to ply a river
anchovy pear
river pear
West Indian fruit resembling the mango, often pickled
river prawn large Australian prawn
Hudson River school
romantic realism
the first coherent school of American art, active from to , painted wilderness landscapes of the Hudson River valley and surrounding New England
river basin
basin
watershed drainage basin catchment area
catchment basin
drainage area
the entire geographical area drained by a river and its tributaries, an area characterized by all runoff being conveyed to the same outlet, flood control in the Missouri basin
Austria-Hungary a geographical area in central and eastern Europe, broken into separate countries at the end of World War I
Austria
Republic of Austria
Oesterreich
a mountainous republic in central Europe, under the Habsburgs (-) Austria maintained control of the Holy Roman Empire and was a leader in European politics until the th century
Vienna
Austrian capital
capital of Austria
the capital and largest city of Austria, located on the Danube in northeastern Austria, was the home of Beethoven and Brahms and Haydn and Mozart and Schubert and Strauss
Hungary
Republic of Hungary
Magyarorszag
a republic in central Europe
Budapest
Hungarian capital
capital of Hungary
capital and largest city of Hungary, located on the Danube River in northentral Hungary
East River a tidal strait separating Manhattan and the Bronx from Queens and Brooklyn
Harlem River a channel separating Manhattan from the Bronx
Aare
Aar
Aare River
a river in north central Switzerland that runs northeast into the Rhine
Acheron
River Acheron
(Greek mythology) a river in Hades across which the souls of the dead were carried by Charon
Adige
River Adige
a river in northern Italy that flows southeast into the Adriatic Sea, Verona is on the Adige
Aire
River Aire
Aire River
a river in northern England that flows southeast through West Yorkshire
Alabama
Alabama River
a river in Alabama formed by the confluence of the Coosa and Tallapoosa Rivers near Montgomery, flows southwestward to become a tributary of the Mobile River
Allegheny
Allegheny River
a river that rises in Pennsylvania and flows north into New York and then back south through Pennsylvania again to join the Monongahela River at Pittsburgh which is the beginning of the Ohio River
Amazon
Amazon River
a major South American river, arises in the Andes and flows eastward into the South Atlantic, the world's nd longest river ( miles)
Amur
Amur River
Heilong Jiang
Heilong
an Asian river between China and Russia, flows into the Sea of Okhotsk
Angara
Angara River
Tunguska
Upper Tunguska
a river in southeastern Siberia that flows northwest from Lake Baikal to become a tributary of the Yenisei River
Apalachicola
Apalachicola River
a river in northwestern Florida formed by the confluence of the Chattahoochee River and the Flint River at the Florida border
Araguaia
Araguaia River
Araguaya
Araguaya River
a river in central Brazil that flows generally northward (with many falls) to join the Tocantins River
Argun
Argun River
Ergun He
a river in eastern Asia that arises in China and flows northeast along the border between China and Russia to become a tributary of the Amur River
Arkansas
Arkansas River
a river that rises in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado and flows southeast through Kansas and Oklahoma and through Arkansas to become a tributary of the Mississippi River
Arno
Arno River
River Arno
a river in central Italy rising in the Apennines and flowing through Florence and Pisa to the Ligurian Sea
Avon
River Avon
Upper Avon
Upper Avon River
a river in central England that flows through Stratford-on-Avon and empties into the Severn
Avon River Avon a river in southwestern England rising in Gloucestershire and flowing through Bristol to empty into the estuary of the Severn
Bighorn
Bighorn River
a river that flows from central Wyoming to the Yellowstone River in southern Montana
Big Sioux River a river that rises in northeastern South Dakota and flows southward to join the Missouri River at Sioux City, Iowa
Brahmaputra
Brahmaputra River
an Asian river, flows into the Bay of Bengal
Brazos
Brazos River
a river that rises in Mexico and flows across Texas into the Gulf of Mexico
Caloosahatchee
Caloosahatchee River
a river in southern Florida that flows westerly to the Gulf of Mexico, forms the western end of the Cross-Florida Waterway
Cam
River Cam
Cam River
a river in east central England that flows past Cambridge to join the Ouse River
Canadian
Canadian River
a river rising in northeastern New Mexico and flowing eastward across the Texas panhandle to become a tributary of the Arkansas River in Oklahoma
Cape Fear River a river in North Carolina that flows southeast to the Atlantic Ocean at Cape Fear
Charles
Charles River
a river in eastern Massachusetts that empties into Boston Harbor and that separates Cambridge from Boston
Chattahoochee
Chattahoochee River
a river rising in northern Georgia and flowing southwest and south to join the Flint River at the Florida border where they form the Apalachicola River
Cimarron
Cimarron River
a river that rises in northeastern New Mexico and flows eastward into Oklahoma where it becomes a tributary of the Arkansas River
Clinch River a river that rises in southwestern Virginia and flows generally southwestward across eastern Tennessee to the Tennessee River
Cocytus
River Cocytus
(Greek mythology) a river in Hades that was said to be a tributary of the Acheron
Colorado
Colorado River
an important river in the southwestern United States, rises in the Rocky Mountains of northern Colorado and flows southwest through Utah into Arizona (where it flows through the Grand Canyon) and then southward through the southern tip of Nevada, then forming the border between California and Arizona and finally into Mexico where it empties into the Gulf of California, the main source of water in the southwestern United States
Colorado Colorado River a river in Texas, flows southeast into the Gulf of Mexico
Columbia
Columbia River
a North American river, rises in southwestern Canada and flows southward across Washington to form the border between Washington and Oregon before emptying into the Pacific, known for its salmon runs in the spring
Congo
Congo River
Zaire River
a major African river (one of the world's longest), flows through Congo into the South Atlantic
Connecticut
Connecticut River
a river in the northeastern United States, flows south from northern New Hampshire along the border between New Hampshire and Vermont and through Massachusetts and Connecticut where it empties into Long Island Sound
Coosa
Coosa River
river that rises in northwestern Georgia and flows southwest through eastern Alabama to join the Tallapoosa River near Montgomery and form the Alabama River
Cumberland
Cumberland River
a river that rises in southeastern Kentucky and flows westward through northern Tennessee to become a tributary of the Ohio River in southwestern Kentucky
Danube
Danube River
Danau
the nd longest European river (after the Volga), flows from southwestern Germany to the Black Sea, Vienna, Budapest, and Belgrade are on the banks of the Danube
Darling
Darling River
an Australian river, tributary of the Murray River
Delaware
Delaware River
a river that rises in the Catskills in southeastern New York and flows southward along the border of Pennsylvania with New York and New Jersey to northern Delaware where it empties into Delaware Bay
Detroit River a short river flowing from Lake St. Clair to Lake Erie along the border between the United States and Canada, one the busiest inland waterways in the world
Dnieper
Dnieper River
a river that rises in Russia near Smolensk and flowing south through Belarus and Ukraine to empty into the Black Sea
Don
Don River
a European river in southwestern Russia, flows into the Sea of Azov
Ebro
Ebro River
a river in northeastern Spain, flows into the Mediterranean
Elbe
Elbe River
a river in central Europe that arises in northwestern Czechoslovakia and flows northward through Germany to empty into the North Sea
Elizabeth River a short river in southeastern Virginia flowing between Norfolk and Portsmouth into Hampton Roads
Euphrates
Euphrates River
a river in southwestern Asia, flows into the Persian Gulf, was important in the development of several great civilizations in ancient Mesopotamia
Flint
Flint River
a river in western Georgia that flows generally south to join the Chattahoochee River at the Florida border where they form the Apalachicola River
Forth
Forth River
a river in southern Scotland that flows eastward to the Firth of Forth
Fox River a river in Wisconsin that flows into Lake Michigan
Ganges
Ganges River
an Asian river, rises in the Himalayas and flows east into the Bay of Bengal, a sacred river of the Hindus
Gan Jiang
Kan River
a river in southeastern China that flows generally north into the Chang Jiang to the north of Nanchang
Garonne
Garonne River
a river that rises in the Pyrenees and flows northwest to the Bay of Biscay
Gila
Gila River
a river that rises in western New Mexico and flows westward through southern Arizona to become a tributary of the Colorado River
Grand River a river in southern Michigan that flows northwest to empty into Lake Michigan
Green
Green River
a river that rises in western Wyoming and flows southward through Utah to become a tributary of the Colorado River
Housatonic
Housatonic River
a river that rises in western Massachusetts and flows south through Connecticut to empty into Long Island Sound
Huang He
Hwang Ho
Yellow River
a major river of Asia in northern China, flows generally eastward into the Yellow Sea, carries large quantities of yellow silt to its delta
Hudson
Hudson River
a New York river, flows southward into New York Bay, explored by Henry Hudson early in the th century
IJssel
IJssel river
a river in the central Netherlands flowing north to the IJsselmeer
Illinois River a river in Illinois that flows southwest to the Mississippi River
Indigirka
Indigirka River
a river in far eastern Siberia that flows generally northward to the Arctic Ocean
Indus
Indus River
an Asian river that rises in Tibet and flows through northern India and then southwest through Kashmir and Pakistan to the Arabian Sea, the valley of the Indus was the site of an early civilization
Irrawaddy
Irrawaddy River
the main river of Myanmar rising in the north and flowing south through the length of Burma to empty into the Andaman Sea
Irtish
Irtish River
Irtysh
Irtysh River
an Asian river that rises in the Altai Mountains in northern China and flows generally northwest to become a tributary of the Ob River
Isere
Isere River
a river in southeastern France, a tributary of the Rhone
James
James River
a river that rises in North Dakota and flows southward across South Dakota to the Missouri
James James River a river in Virginia that flows east into Chesapeake Bay at Hampton Roads
Jordan
Jordan River
a river in Palestine that empties into the Dead Sea, John the Baptist baptized Jesus in the Jordan
Kanawha
Kanawha River
a tributary of the Ohio River in West Virginia
Kansas
Kansas River
Kaw River
a river in northeastern Kansas, flows eastward to become a tributary of the Missouri River
Kasai
Kasai River
River Kasai
a river of southwestern Africa that rises in central Angola and flows east and then north (forming part of the border between Angola and Congo) and continuing northwest through Congo to empty into the Congo River on the border between Congo and Republic of the Congo
Kissimmee
Kissimmee River
a river of central Florida that flows southward to Lake Okeechobee

 

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