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Kaltdach {n} [arch.]
Kaltdächer {pl}
ventilated flat roof
ventilated flat roofs
Kaltdach {n} [arch.]
Kaltdächer {pl}
ventilated flat roof
ventilated flat roofs
Luftdruck {m}
zu geringer Luftdruck
vorgeschriebener Luftdruck
maximal zulässiger Luftdruck
Luftdruck kalt
air pressure, inflation pressure
under-inflation
specified inflation pressure
maximum permissible inflation pressure
cold inflation pressure
anfahren, starten, in Betrieb setzen {vt}
anfahrend, startend, in Betrieb setzend
angefahren, gestartet, in Betrieb gesetzt
heiß anfahren
kalt anfahren
warm anfahren
to start up
starting up
started up
hot start-up
cold start-up
warm start-up
beißend kalt, schneidend kalt {adj}
biting cold
beißend kalt
nipping
eisig, kalt, frostig {adj}
frigid
kalt, frostig {adj}
kälter
am kältesten
kalt wie Eis
Es ist kalt.
cold
colder
coldest
as cold as ice
It is cold.
kalt {adv}
coldly
kalt
cool
kalt
gelid
kalt
unloving
kalt, rau, trüb {adj}
kälter, rauer, trüber
am kältesten, am rauesten, am trübsten
bleak
bleaker
bleakest
kalt {adv}
chillingly
kalt {adv}
frigidly
kalt {adv}
gelidly
kalt {adv}
unlovingly
kalt bleiben
kalt bleibend
kalt geblieben
to keep cool
keeping cool
kept cool
kühl, kalt, frostig {adj}
kühler, kälter, frostiger
am kühlsten, am kältesten, am frostigsten
chilly, chill
chillier, coolish
chilliest, coolest
verflixt kalt
confoundedly cold
winterlich, frostig, eisig, kühl {adj}
winterlicher
am winterlichsten
winterlich kalt
wintry
more wintry
most wintry
cold and wintry
Es läuft mir kalt über den Rücken.
It sends cold shivers up and down my spine.
Es lässt mich kalt.
It leaves me cold.
Es wurde kalt.
It grew cold.
Es wurde ziemlich kalt.
It got quite cold.
Mir ist kalt.
I am cold.
beissend kalt
biting cold
kalt
chilling
kalt
chillingly
kuehl, kalt, frostig
chilly
Erkaeltung, kalt
cold
kalt
cold
kalt
coldly
kalt
frigid
kalt
frigidly
kalt
gelidly
kalt werden
get cold
Mir ist kalt
i am cold
es wurde ziemlich kalt
it got quite cold
es wurde zimlich kalt
it got quite cold
Es wurde kalt
it grew cold
Es läßt mich kalt
it leaves me cold
ziemlich kalt
pretty cold
kalt
unlovingly
kalt, Kälte
cold
Kompresse {f}; Umschlag {m} [med.]
Kompressen {pl}; Umschläge {pl}
Kalt-Warm-Kompresse {f}; Kalt-Warm-Beutel {m}
compress; pack
compresses; packs
hot-and-cold compress; hot-and-cold pack
Lachs {m} [zool.] [cook.]
Lachse {pl}
kalt geräucherter Lachs
gepökelter Lachs
salmon
salmon
cold-smoked salmon
cured salmon
Luftdruck {m} (Reifen)
zu geringer Luftdruck
vorgeschriebener Luftdruck
maximal zulässiger Luftdruck
Luftdruck kalt
überhöhter Luftdruck
inflation pressure; air pressure
under-inflation
specified inflation pressure
maximum permissible inflation pressure
cold inflation pressure
overinflation
Rückgrat {n}; Rücken {m}
Rückgrat eines Landes
Es lief mir kalt den Rücken hinunter.
spine
spine of a country
It made my spine tingle.
etw. in Betrieb nehmen setzen; hochfahren; anfahren; starten {vt} [techn.]
in Betrieb nehmend setzend; hochfahrend; anfahrend; startend
in Betrieb genommen gesetzt; hochgefahren; angefahren; gestartet
heiß anfahren
kalt anfahren
warm anfahren
to put sth. into operation; to start up <> sth.
putting into operation; starting up
put into operation; started up
hot start-up
cold start-up
warm start-up
beißend kalt; schneidend kalt {adj}
biting cold
eisig; eiskalt; extrem kalt {adj}
gelid
eisig kalt; eisig; frostig {adj}
intensely cold; frigid
kalt; frostig {adj}
kälter
am kältesten
kalt wie Eis
Es ist kalt.
Mir ist kalt.
Es ist doch nicht zu kalt oder?
cold
colder
coldest
as cold as ice
It is cold.
I am cold.
It isn't too cold is it ?
(unangenehm) kalt
cool (unpleasantly cold)
kalt; frisch; frostig; eisig {adj} [meteo.]
ein eisiger Wind
chilly; chill; parky [Br.]
a chill wind
kalt; rau; trüb {adj}
kälter; rauer; trüber
am kältesten; am rauesten; am trübsten
raues kaltes Wetter
bleak
bleaker
bleakest
bleak weather
kalt bleiben {vi}
kalt bleibend
kalt geblieben
to keep cool
keeping cool
kept cool
kalt-gemäßigt; boreal {adj} [geogr.]
kalk-gemäßigte Florenzone; boreales Florengebiet
boreal
boreal zone
oberdrein; außerdem; überdies {adv}
Es regnete jeden Tag und kalt war es außerdem.
to boot
It rained every day and was freezing cold to boot.
verflixt {adv}
verflixt kalt
confoundedly
confoundedly cold
sich vermischen; sich harmonisch verbinden (mit etw.) {vr}; ineinander übergehen {vi}
sich vermischend; sich harmonisch verbindend; ineinander übergehend
sich vermischt; sich harmonisch verbunden; ineinander übergegangen
Zwei Stunden kalt stellen damit die Aromen eine schmackhafte Verbindung eingehen können.
Wir mischten uns unter die Gäste.
Die Täter verschwanden in der Menge und entkamen unerkannt.
to blend (with sth. together); to blend in (with sth.)
blending; blending in
blended; blended in; blent in
Chill for two hours to allow the flavours to blend together deliciously.
We blended in with the guests.
The attackers blended in with the crowd and got away unrecognized.
winterlich; frostig; eisig; kühl {adj}
winterlicher
am winterlichsten
winterlich kalt
wintry
more wintry
most wintry
cold and wintry
etw. zumachen; etw. zutun [poet.]; etw. schließen {vt}
zumachend; zutuend; schließend
zugemacht; zugetan; geschlossen
er sie macht zu; er sie schließt
ich er sie machte zu; ich er sie schloss zu
er sie hat hatte zugemacht; er sie hat hatte geschlossen
ich er sie schlösse
Bitte [mach.] die Tür zu! Es wird kalt.
Ich habe kein Auge zugemacht zugetan.
to shut {shut; shut} sth.; to close sth.
shutting; closing
shut; closed
he she shuts; he she closes
I he she shut; I he she closed
he she has had shut; he she has had closed
I he she would shut
Please close the door. It's getting cold.
I didn't sleep a wink.
jdn. unvorbereitet treffen; jdn. kalt erwischen [übtr.]; jdn. überraschen
to catch so. off guard
Kaltakquise {f}; Kaltakquisition {f} (über unangemeldeten Anruf)
cold call
Aushärten {n} (bei Raumtemperatur); Kaltauslagern {n} (Metallurgie) [techn.]
natural ageing; natural aging (metallurgy)
etw. (bei Raumtemperatur) aushärten (lassen); kaltauslagern {vt} (Metallurgie) [techn.]
to age sth. naturally; to age-harden sth. naturally (metallurgy)
Kaltband {n}
cold strip
Kaltbearbeitung {f}
cold working
Kaltbearbeitung
cold working
Kaltbiegen {n}
cold bending
Kaltbiegen
cold bending
kaltbleiben
keep cool
kaltbleibend
keeping cool
Sauerstoff-Kaltbleiche {f} [textil.]
oxygen cold bleaching
Kaltblüter {m} [zool.]
cold-blooded animal
Kaltblueter
cold blooded animal
Kaltblüter {m}; wechselwarmes Tier; poikilothermes Tier [biol.]
Kaltblüter {pl}; wechselwarme Tiere; poikilotherme Tiere
cold-blooded animal; ectothermic animal; poikilothermic animal
cold-blooded animals; ectothermic animals; poikilothermic animals
kaltblütig {adj}
kaltblütiger
am kaltblütigsten
cold-blooded, coldblooded
more cold-blooded
most cold-blooded
kaltblütig {adj} [biol.]
cold-blooded
kaltblütig {adv}
in cold blood
unverfroren, kaltblütig, kaltschnäuzig, dreist {adv}
coolly, audaciously
kaltblütig
cold-blooded
kaltblütig
cold blood
kaltbluetig
cold blooded
kaltbluetig
coldblooded
kaltbluetig
in cold blood
kaltblütig {adj}
kaltblütiger
am kaltblütigsten
cold-blooded; coldblooded
more cold-blooded
most cold-blooded
unverfroren; kaltblütig; kaltschnäuzig; dreist {adv}
coolly; audaciously
kaltbluetigere
more cold blooded
Kaltblütigkeit {f}
cold-bloodedness
Kaltblütigkeit {f}
sangfroid
Kaltblütigkeit
cold-bloodedness
Kaltbluetigkeit
cold bloodedness
Kaltbluetigkeit
sangfroid
kaltbluetigste
most cold blooded
kaltbrüchig
cold short
kaltbrüchig {adj} [techn.]
cold-short; brittle when cold
Kaltdach {n} [arch.]
Kaltdächer {pl}
ventilated flat roof
ventilated flat roofs
Kaltdehnen {n}
joining by thermal expansion
Fuß {m}
Füße {pl}
zu Fuß gehen
jdm. auf den Fuß treten
auf eigenen Füßen stehen
auf großem Fuß leben
auf gutem Fuß stehen
auf schlechtem Fuß stehen
jdm. auf dem falschen Fuß erwischen [übtr.]
etw. auf dem Fuße folgen
jdn.
etw. mit Füßen treten [übtr.]
festen Fuß fassen
kalte Füße bekommen
mit dem falschen Fuß aufstehen [übtr.]
foot
feet
to go on foot, to walk
to tread on sb.'s foot
to stand on one's own feet, to stand by oneself
to live like a lord, to live in style
to be on good terms
to be on bad terms
to catch sb. on the wrong foot
to be hot on the heels of sth., to follow hard on sth.
to trample all over so.
sth.
to gain a foothold
to get cold feet
to get up on the wrong side of bed [fig.]
Nacht {f}
Nächte {pl}
in der Nacht
die ganze Nacht hindurch
sehr kalte Nacht
night
nights
at night
all night, all night long
three dog night [Austr.]
kalte Platte {f} [cook.]
cold cuts
Schulter {f}
Schultern {pl}
die Schultern hochziehen
jdm. die kalte Schulter zeigen
shoulder
shoulders
to hunch one's shoulders
to give sb. the cold shoulder
jdn. abweisen, jdm. die kalte Schulter zeigen
abweisend, die kalte Schulter zeigend
abgewiesen, die kalte Schulter gezeigt
to diss so. [slang]
dissing
dissed
Im letzten Moment bekam ich kalte Füße und tat es nicht.
I got cold feet at the last moment and didn't do it.
Sie zeigte mir die kalte Schulter.
She gave me the cold shoulder.
kalte
chillingly
kalte Lötstelle
dry joint
kalte
frigidly
kalte
gelidly
jemandem die kalte Schulter zeigen
to give someone the cold shoulder
kalte
unlovingly
Aufschnittplatte {f}; Wurstplatte {f}; Kalte Platte {f} [cook.]
(Assorted) Cold Meat Platter [Br.]; Cold Cut Platter [Am.]
Fuß {m}
Füße {pl}
zu Fuß gehen
jdm. auf den Fuß treten
auf eigenen Füßen stehen
auf großem Fuß leben
auf gutem Fuß stehen
auf schlechtem Fuß stehen
jdm. auf dem falschen Fuß erwischen [übtr.]
etw. auf dem Fuße folgen; auf den Fersen folgen
jdn. etw. mit Füßen treten [übtr.]
wieder auf die Beine kommen [übtr.]; gesund werden; sich aufraffen {vr}; hochkommen {vi} [ugs.]
kalte Füße bekommen; unsicher werden [übtr.]
mit dem falschen Fuß aufstehen [übtr.]
Er steht auf eigenen Füßen.
foot
feet
to go on foot; to walk
to tread on sb.'s foot
to stand on one's own feet; to stand by oneself
to live like a lord; to live in style
to be on good terms
to be on bad terms
to catch sb. on the wrong foot
to be hot on the heels of sth.; to follow hard on sth.
to trample all over sb. sth.
to get back on one's feet
to get cold feet
to get up on the wrong side of bed [fig.]
He is on his own.
Kaltmamsell {f} (Frau); Gardemanger {m} (Mann) (Küchenverantwortlicher für kalte Speisen) [cook.]
pantry chef; chef garde manger
Nacht {f}
Nächte {pl}
in der Nacht
die ganze Nacht hindurch
in der Nacht des 12. April
in der Nacht vom 6. auf den 7. Mai
bei Nacht und Nebel
sehr kalte Nacht
night
nights
at night
all night; all night long
in the night of April 12th
in the night from May 6th to May 7th; in the night from 6 to 7 May
in the darkness of night
three dog night [Austr.]
Schulter {f}
Schultern {pl}
breite Schultern; breites Kreuz [ugs.]
die Schultern hochziehen
jdm. die kalte Schulter zeigen
breite Schultern haben
shoulder
shoulders
broad shoulders
to hunch one's shoulders
to give sb. the cold shoulder
to be broad at the shoulders
jdn. die kalte Schulter zeigen; jdn. schneiden; jdn. abweisend behandeln; jdn. ausschließen {vt} [soc.]
to freeze sb. out
Steuerprogression {f} [fin.]
kalte Steuerprogression; kalte Progression
progressive taxation
bracket creep; fiscal drag
Zone {f}; Bereich {m}; Gebiet {n}; Landstrich {m}
Zonen {pl}
aktiver Bereich; betroffenes Gebiet
geflutete Zone
gemäßigte Zone
heiße Zone
labile Zone
lichtlose Zone
metamorphe Zone
nördliche kalte Zone
schiefrige Zone
taube Zone
tropische Zone
Unterteilung {f} in Zonen
zone
zones
active zone
flushed zone
temperate zone
torrid zone
mobile belt
aphotic zone
metamorphic belt
north frigid zone; Arctic region
reef
barren spot
tropical zone
zoning
jdn. abweisen; jdm. die kalte Schulter zeigen {vt}
abweisend; die kalte Schulter zeigend
abgewiesen; die kalte Schulter gezeigt
to diss sb. [slang]
dissing
dissed
jdn. übergehen; jdn. schneiden; jdn. wie Luft behandeln; jdn. links liegen lassen {vt}; jdm. die kalte Schulter zeigen {vi} [soc.]
übergehend; schneidend; wie Luft behandelnd; links liegen lassend; die kalte Schulter zeigend
übergangen; geschnitten; wie Luft behandelt; links liegen lassen; die kalte Schulter gezeigt
to send sb. to Coventry [Br.]; to blow off sb. [Am.]
sending to Coventry; blowing off
sent to Coventry; blown off
hinsichtlich Bewohnbarkeit Lebensraum {adv}
der unbewohnbare kalte Norden
uninhabitably
the uninhabitably cold north
Vichyssoise {f} (kalte Kartoffelsuppe) [cook.]
vichyssoise (cold potato soup)
jdn. einwickeln; einpacken; einmummeln {vt}
einwickelnd; einpackend; einmummelnd
eingewickelt; eingepackt; eingemummelt
jdn. bei kaltem Wetter warm gut fest einpacken
to wrap up <> sb.
wrapping up
wrapped up
to wrap sb. up warm well against the weather
etw. einsparen; etw. sparen {vt}; bei etw. sparen {vi}
einsparend; sparend
einsparend; sparend
er sie spart
ich er sie sparte
er sie hat hatte gespart
Zeit sparen
jährlich 5 Mrd. einsparen
Ressourcen sparen einsparen
bei der Infrastruktur den Arbeitskräften sparen
Durch gemeinsame Ausgaben wird eingespart Geld gespart.
Wir werden prüfen was wieviel tatsächlich eingespart wurde.
Beim Warmlaufen wird mehr Treibstoff verbraucht als man einspart wenn man die Fahrt mit kaltem Motor beginnt.
Danke dein Tipp hat mir eine Menge Zeit gespart.
Du solltest nicht am falschen Platz sparen.
to save sth.; to economize on sth.
saving; economizing
saving; economized
he she saves
I he she saved
he she has had saved
to save time
to save 5bn annually
to save resources
to economize on infrastructure labour (costs)
Joint spending will save money.
We will examine what savings have actually been made.
Warming up consumes more fuel than what you save by starting your journey with a cold engine.
Thanks your advice has saved me a lot of time.
You shouldn't try to save money in the wrong place.
Kind des kalten Krieges
cold war kid
kaltes Büfett; kaltes Buffet {m} [cook.]
sich am kalten Büffet bedienen
Müsli gibt es wartet auf Sie am kalten Büffet.
cold buffet
to choose select from the cold buffet
Muesli can be found is available on the cold buffet.
trockener Entzug; kalter Entzug (Drogenabhängigkeit) {m}
einen kalten Entzug machen
cold turkey (drug addiction) [Am.] [slang]
to go cold turkey
Käseigel {m} (am kalten Büffet) [cook.]
cheese hedgehog (on the cold buffet)
Nachmittag {m}
am Nachmittag
im Laufe des Nachmittags
im Laufe des heutigen Nachmittags
eines schönen Nachmittags
am späteren Nachmittag
an Werktagsnachmittagen; an den Nachmittagen unter der Woche
Es war an einem kalten Nachmittag Anfang März als ...
afternoon
in the afternoon; in mid-afternoon
over the afternoon; later in the afternoon
later this afternoon
(on) one afternoon
in the late afternoon
on weekday afternoons
It was on a chilly afternoon in early March when ...
Krieg {m}
Kriege {pl}
Krieg führen gegen
Krieg führend
im Krieg
vom Krieg betroffen
kalter Krieg
war
wars
to make war on
waring
at war
war-affected
cold war
kalter Pfropfen, Spritzabfall {m}
cold slug
Rauch {m}
kalter Rauch
smoke
stale smoke
Zigarettenrauch {m}
kalter Zigarettenrauch
cigarette smoke
stale cigarette smoke
Das ist doch kalter Kaffee! [übtr.]
That's old hat! [fig.]
kalter Winter
cold winter
Krieg {m} (gegen jdn. etw.) [mil.] [auch übtr.]
Kriege {pl}
jdm. den Krieg erklären
in einem Krieg kämpfen
einen Krieg gewinnen verlieren
Krieg führen (gegen jdn. etw.)
vom Krieg betroffen
kalter Krieg
heiliger Krieg [pol.]
schmutziger Krieg
Krieg geringer Intensität
(gegen jdn.) in den Krieg ziehen
1920 waren Polen und Russland nach wie vor im Kriegszustand.
Krieg ist die Fortsetzung der Politik mit anderen Mitteln. (Clausewitz)
Du siehst ja ganz schön ramponiert aus.
war (on against sb. sth.)
wars
to declare war on sb.
to fight in a war
to win lose a war
to fight wage (a) war (on against sb. sth.)
war-affected
cold war
holy war
dirty war
low-intensity war
to go to war (with sb.)
In 1920 Poland and Russia were still at war.
War is the continuation of politics by other means. (Clausewitz)
You look like you've been in the wars. [Br.]
kalter Pfropfen; Spritzabfall {m}
cold slug
Rauch {m}
Fabrikrauch {m}
kalter Rauch
smoke
factory smoke
stale smoke
Schweiß {m}
kalter Schweiß
blutiger Schweiß
übelriechender Schweiß
in Schweiß gebadet sein
in Schweiß ausbrechen
sweat; sudor
cold sweat
bloody sweat
faetid perspiration; brom(h)idrosis; osmidrosis
to be bathed in sweat
to break out in a sweat
Das ist doch ein alter Hut.; Das ist doch kalter Kaffee!; Das ist doch Schnee von gestern! [übtr.]
That's old hat! [fig.]
kaltes Büfett, kaltes Buffet {m}
cold buffet
Herz {n} [anat.]
Herzen {pl}
Holzschuhherz {n}; Coeur en sabot
aus tiefstem Herzen
von ganzem Herzen
aus tiefstem Herzen; aus innerster Seele
aus tiefstem Herzen danken
etw. auf dem Herzen haben
ins Herz schließen
ins Herz geschlossen
jdn. ans Herz drücken
jdm. ans Herz gewachsen sein
sich ein Herz fassen; mutig sein
ein kaltes Herz haben
Sei tapfer!; Sei mutig!
schweren Herzens
ans Herz drücken; an die Brust drücken; ins Herz schließen
etw. nicht übers Herz bringen
ein Herz aus Stein [übtr.]
sein Herz auf der Zunge tragen [übtr.]
seinem Herzen einen Stoß geben
Hand aufs Herz!
Du liegst mir am Herzen!
heart
hearts
boot-shaped heart
from the bottom of the heart
with all my heart; dearly
with all one's heart and with all one's soul
to thank from the bottom of one's heart
to have sth. on the mind
to take into one's heart
locked in one's heart
to press (sb.) close to one's heart
to be dear to sb.'s heart
to take heart
to have a cold heart
Take heart!
with a heavy heart
to embosom (poetically; archaic)
not to have the heart to do sth.
a heart of stone; a heart of flint
to wear one's heart on one's sleeve [fig.]
to humble one's heart
Cross your heart!
You are in my heart!
Sorbet {n m} (kaltes Fruchtgetränk; halbegefrorenes Dessert mit Früchten) [cook.]
sherbet; sorbet
kaltformen
to cold-form
kaltformen {vt} [techn.]
kaltformend
kaltgeformt
to cold-form
cold-forming
cold-formed
Kaltformung {f}, Kaltverformung {f}
cold-forming
Kaltformung {f}; Kaltverformung {f}
cold-forming
Kaltformverfahren {n}
cold molding
Kaltfront {f}, Kaltluftfront {f} [meteo.]
cold front
Kaltfront
cold front
Kaltfront {f}; Kaltluftfront {f} [meteo.]
cold front
kaltgeblieben
kept cool
kalthämmern
kalthämmernd
kaltgehämmert
to cold-hammer
cold-hammering
cold-hammered
kaltgehaemmert
cold hammered
kalthämmern {vt} [techn.]
kalthämmernd
kaltgehämmert
to cold-hammer
cold-hammering
cold-hammered
kalthärten
kalthärtend
kaltgehärtet
to strain-harden
strain hardening
strain-hardened
kaltgehaertet
strain hardened
kalthärten {vt} [techn.]
kalthärtend
kaltgehärtet
to strain-harden
strain hardening
strain-hardened
abknallen, kaltmachen, umlegen {vt} [ugs.]
abknallend, kaltmachend, umlegend
abgeknallt, kaltgemacht, umgelegt
to bump off [coll.]
bumping off
bumped off
abknallen; kaltmachen; umlegen; abmurksen {vt} [ugs.]
abknallend; kaltmachend; umlegend; abmurksend
abgeknallt; kaltgemacht; umgelegt; abgemurkst
to bump off; to do in sb. [coll.]
bumping off; doing in
bumped off; done in
kaltgepresst {adj}
cold-pressed
Kaltgerätestecker {m}
Kaltgerätestecker {pl}
IEC power connector
IEC power connectors
kaltstellen
kaltstellend
kaltgestellt
to neutralize
neutralizing
neutralized
kaltgestellt, neutralisierte
neutralized
kaltstellen {vt}
kaltstellend
kaltgestellt
to neutralize [eAm.]; to neutralise [Br.]
neutralizing; neutralising
neutralized; neutralised
kaltgewalzt {adj} [techn.]
cold-rolled
kaltziehen
kaltziehend
kaltgezogen
to cold draw
cold drawing
cold drawn
kaltgezogen
cold drawn
kaltziehen {vt}
kaltziehend
kaltgezogen
to cold draw
cold drawing
cold drawn
Kalthämmern {n}
peen hardening
kalthaemmern
cold hammer
kalthaemmernd
cold hammering
Kalthärten {n}
strain harden
Kalthaerten
strain harden
kalthaertend
strain hardening
Gewächshaus {n}; Glashaus {n} [agr.]
Gewächshäuser {pl}; Glashäuser {pl}
Kalthaus {n}
temperiertes Haus
Warmhaus {n}; Treibhaus {n}
Wer (selbst) im Glashaus sitzt sollte nicht mit Steinen werfen. [Sprw.]
greenhouse; glasshouse [Br.]
greenhouses; glasshouses
cold greenhouse
warm greenhouse
hot greenhouse; hothouse
Talk about (the) pot calling the kettle black! [prov.]
kaltherzig {adj}
coldhearted, cold-hearted
kaltherzig {adv}
coldheartedly
kaltherzig
coldhearted
kaltherzig
coldheartedly
gefühllos; abgestumpft (jdm. gegenüber); dickfellig; gleichgültig; kaltherzig; herzlos {adj}
das kaltherzige Abschlachten der Robben
callous (to sb.)
the callous slaughter of seals
kaltherzig {adj}
coldhearted; cold-hearted
gefühllos {adv}; abgestumpft {adv}; gleichgültig {adv}; kaltherzig {adv}; herzlos {adv}; kaltschnäuzig {adv} [ugs.]
callously {adv}
kaltherzige
coldheartedly
Kaltherzigkeit {f}
coldheartedness
Kaltherzigkeit
coldheartedness
kaltlächelnd {adv}
cooly
kaltlaechelnd
cooly
Kaltlagerung {f}
cold storage
Kaltlagerung
cold storage
jdn. kaltlassen; jdm. nicht imponieren; bei jdm. nicht landen [übtr.]
(bei jdm.) nicht ziehen [übtr.]; (auf jdn.) keinen Eindruck machen
to cut no ice with so. [fig.]
to cut no ice (with so.) [fig.]
Kaltleim {m}
cold glue
Kaltleim
cold glue
Kaltleiter {m} [electr.]
resistor
Kaltleitfühler {m}; Kaltleiterfühler {m}; Kaltleiter {m} [electr.]
Kaltleitfühler {pl}; Kaltleiterfühler {pl}; Kaltleiter {pl}
PTC thermistor; positive temperature coefficient thermistor
PTC thermistors
PTC-Widerstand {m}; Kaltleiter {m} [electr.]
PTC-Widerstände {pl}; Kaltleiter {pl}
PTC resistor; barretter [Am.]
PTC resistors; barretters
Kaltleitfühler {m}, Kaltleiterfühler [electr.]
PTC thermistor
Kaltlötung {f}
cold joint
Kaltlötung {f}
dry joint
Kaltloetung
cold joint
Kaltloetung
dry joint
Kaltluft {f}
cold air
Kaltluft
cold air
Advektion {f}, Heranführen {n} von Luftmassen [meteo.]
Warmluftadvektion {f}
Kaltluftadvektion {f}
advection
warm advection
cold advection
Advektion {f}; Heranführen {n} von Luftmassen [meteo.]
Warmluftadvektion {f}
Kaltluftadvektion {f}
advection
warm advection
cold advection
Kaltluftzufuhr {f} [techn.]
cold air supply; cold air intake
jdn. abmurksen; kaltmachen {vt} [slang]
to off sb.; to waste sb.; to ice sb. [Am.] [slang]
Bankmeißel {m}; Kaltmeißel {m}
Bankmeißel {pl}; Kaltmeißel {pl}
hewing chisel
hewing chisels
Kaltmiete {f}
rent exclusive of heating
Nettomiete {f}; Kaltmiete {f} [Dt.] [fin.]
Nettomieten {pl}; Kaltmieten {pl}
net rent; basic rent (without operating costs)
net rents; basic rents
Kaltpressschweißen {n}
cold pressure welding
Kaltpressschweissen
cold pressure welding
Kaltprofilfelge {f}
Kaltprofilfelgen {pl}
cold profiled rim
cold profiled rims
Ausfallsystem {n} mit Vorlaufzeit; Kaltreserve {f} [techn.]
cold standby; cold spare
Kaltsäge {f}; Trennmaschine {f} [techn.]
Kaltsägen {pl}; Trennmaschinen {pl}
cold-saw cutting-off machine
cold-saw cutting-off machines
Kaltschale {f} [cook.]
chilled soup
Kaltschlagstahl {m}; Kaltstauchstahl {m} [techn.]
cold-upsetting steel; cold-heading steel
Kaltstart {m}
cold start
Kaltstart
cold start
Kaltstart {m} [auto]
cold start
Kaltstart {m} [comp.]
cold boot; hardware reset
Tupfer {m} (Kaltstarthilfe am Vergaser) [techn.]
tickler
Kaltstartsystem {n} [techn.] [auto]
cold start system
Kaltstauchen {n} [techn.]
cold upsetting
Kaltstauchen {n} von Köpfen [techn.]
cold heading
kaltstellen, neutralisieren
neutralize
jdn. kaltstellen
to sideline so.
kaltstellend, neutralisierend
neutralizing
Kaltstrecken {n} [techn.]
autofrettage
Kaltverschweißen {n}
galling
Bewehrungsstahl {m}; Monierstahl {m}; Armierungsstahl {m}; Betonstabstahl {m}; Betonstahl {m} [constr.]
kaltverwundener Bewehrungsstahl
(concrete) reinforcing steel; (concrete) reinforcement steel
cold-twisted reinforcing steel
Reparaturventil {n} für Kaltvulkanisation
Reparaturventile {pl} für Kaltvulkanisation
chemical cure cold repair valve
chemical cure cold repair valves
Kaltvulkanisierung {f}
cold process retreading
Kaltvulkanisierventil {n}
Kaltvulkanisierventile {pl}
cold cure valve
cold cure valves
ungebeizte Stelle {f} (Kaltwalzen) [techn.]
unpickled area (cold rolling)
Walzstrieme {f} (Blockfehler); Rille {f} (Kaltwalzfehler) (Walzwerk) [techn.]
Walzstriemen {pl}; Rillen {pl}
gouge (rolling mill)
gouges
Kaltwasser {n}
cold water
Kaltwasserheilkunde {f} [med.]
cold water therapy
Kaltwasserheilkunde
cold water therapy
Kaltwasserkur {f} [med.]
cold water cure
Kaltwasserkur
cold water cure
Kaltwassernetz {n}
chilled water distribution net
Kaltwasserversorgung {f}
cold water supply
Kaltwelle {f}
cold wave
Kaltwelle
cold wave
kaltziehen
cold draw
kaltziehend
cold drawing

Deutsche Synonyme für Kaltdach

Englische Synonyme für ventilated flat roof

Lexikoneinträge für ventilated flat roof / ventilated flat roofs

Curb roof () A roof having a double slope, or composed, on each side, of two parts which have unequal inclination
Flat (superl.) Having an even and horizontal surface, or nearly so, without prominences or depressions
Flat (superl.) Lying at full length, or spread out, upon the ground
Flat (superl.) Wanting relief
Flat (superl.) Tasteless
Flat (superl.) Unanimated
Flat (superl.) Lacking liveliness of commercial exchange and dealings
Flat (superl.) Clear
Flat (superl.) Below the true pitch
Flat (superl.) Not sharp or shrill
Flat (superl.) Sonant
Flat (adv.) In a flat manner
Flat (adv.) Without allowance for accrued interest.
Flat (n.) A level surface, without elevation, relief, or prominences
Flat (n.) A level tract lying at little depth below the surface of water, or alternately covered and left bare by the tide
Flat (n.) Something broad and flat in form
Flat (n.) A flat-bottomed boat, without keel, and of small draught.
Flat (n.) A straw hat, broad-brimmed and low-crowned.
Flat (n.) A car without a roof, the body of which is a platform without sides
Flat (n.) A platform on wheel, upon which emblematic designs, etc., are carried in processions.
Flat (n.) The flat part, or side, of anything
Flat (n.) A floor, loft, or story in a building
Flat (n.) A horizontal vein or ore deposit auxiliary to a main vein
Flat (n.) A dull fellow
Flat (n.) A character [/] before a note, indicating a tone which is a half step or semitone lower.
Flat (n.) A homaloid space or extension.
Flat (v. t.) To make flat
Flat (v. t.) To render dull, insipid, or spiritless
Flat (v. t.) To depress in tone, as a musical note
Flat (v. i.) To become flat, or flattened
Flat (v. i.) To fall form the pitch.
Flat-bottomed (a.) Having an even lower surface or bottom
Flat-cap (n.) A kind of low-crowned cap formerly worn by all classes in England, and continued in London after disuse elsewhere
Flat foot () A foot in which the arch of the instep is flattened so that the entire sole of the foot rests upon the ground
Flat-footed (a.) Having a flat foot, with little or no arch of the instep.
Flat-footed (a.) Firm-footed
Flat-headed (a.) Having a head with a flattened top
Mansard roof () A hipped curb roof
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
Ventilated (imp. & p. p.) of Ventilate

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

black rat
roof rat
Rattus rattus
common household pest originally from Asia that has spread worldwide
apartment
flat
a suite of rooms usually on one floor of an apartment house
B-flat clarinet
licorice stick
the ordinary clarinet with a middle range
cloth cap
flat cap
a flat woolen cap with a stiff peak
cold-water flat an apartment without modern conveniences
coulisse wing flat a flat situated in the wings
curb roof a roof with two or more slopes on each side of the ridge
flat scenery consisting of a wooden frame covered with painted canvas, part of a stage setting
flat flat tire a deflated pneumatic tire
flat a shallow box in which seedlings are started
flat arch
straight arch
an arch with mutually supporting voussoirs that has a straight horizontal extrados and intrados
flat bench a bench on which a weightlifter lies to do exercises
flatcar
flatbed flat
freight car without permanent sides or roof
flat coat
ground
primer priming primer coat
priming coat
undercoat
the first or preliminary coat of paint or size applied to a surface
flat file a file with two flat surfaces
flat panel display
FPD
a type of video display that is thin and flat, commonly used in laptop computers
flat tip screwdriver a screwdriver with a flat wedge-shaped tip that fits into a slot in the head of a screw
flatwork
flat wash
ironing that can be done mechanically
French roof a mansard roof with sides that are nearly perpendicular
gable roof
saddle roof
saddleback
saddleback roof
a double sloping roof with a ridge and gables at each end
gambrel
gambrel roof
a gable roof with two slopes on each side and the lower slope being steeper
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
mansard roof
a hip roof having two slopes on each side
railroad flat an apartment whose rooms are all in a line with doors between them
reef knot
flat knot
a square knot used in a reef line
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
sheet flat solid a flat artifact that is thin relative to its length and width
slate roof a roof covered with slate
thatch
thatched roof
a house roof made with a plant material (as straw)
tile roof a roof made of fired clay tiles
palate
roof of the mouth
the upper surface of the mouth that separates the oral and nasal cavities
ceiling
roof
cap
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
flat a musical notation indicating one half step lower than the note named
double flat a musical notation of two flats in front of a note indicating that it is to be lowered by two semitones
flat bone part of the sirloin next to the wedge bone
mud flat a tract of low muddy land near an estuary, covered at high tide and exposed at low tide
alluvial flat
alluvial plain
a flat resulting from repeated deposits of alluvial material by running water
flat a level tract of land, the salt flats of Utah
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
salt flat
salt plain
a flat expanse of salt left by the evaporation of a body of salt water
flat-topped white aster a variety of aster
flat pea narrow-leaved everlasting pea
Lathyrus sylvestris
European perennial with mottled flowers of purple and pink, sometimes cultivated for fodder or as green manure
flat pea Platylobium formosum evergreen shrub having almost heart-shaped foliage and bright yellow pea-like flowers followed by flat pods with flat wings, Australia and Tasmania
common flat pea
native holly
Playlobium obtusangulum
low spreading evergreen shrub of southern Australia having triangular to somewhat heart-shaped foliage and orange-yellow flowers followed by flat winged pods
Italian parsley
flat-leaf parsley
Petroselinum crispum neapolitanum
a variety of parsley having flat leaves
Pluteus
genus Pluteus
roof mushroom
a large genus of fungi belonging to the family Pluteaceae, the shape of the cap resembles a roof, often abundant early in the summer
die pall become flat lose sparkle or bouquet, wine and beer can pall
roof provide a building with a roof, cover a building with a roof
raise the roof get very angry, He will raise the roof when he hears this
e flip one's lid
blow up
throw a fit
hit the roof
hit the ceiling
have kittens
have a fit
combust
blow one's stack
fly off the handle
flip one's wig
lose one's temper
blow a fuse
go ballistic
get very angry and fly into a rage, The professor combusted when the student didn't know the answer to a very elementary question, Spam makes me go ballistic
hedgehop
flat-hat
fly very close to the ground
fall through
fall flat
founder
flop
fail utterly, collapse, The project foundered
flat commercially inactive, flat sales for the month, prices remained flat, a flat market
bellyless
flat-bellied
lacking a prominent belly
flat
mat
matt
matte
matted
not reflecting light, not glossy, flat wall paint, a photograph with a matte finish
flat having a relatively broad surface in relation to depth or thickness, flat computer monitors
two-dimensional
-dimensional
flat
lacking the expected range or depth, not designed to give an illusion or depth, a film with two-dimensional characters, a flat two-dimensional painting
flat-footed without reservation, a flat-footed refusal
flat
level plane
having a surface without slope, tilt in which no part is higher or lower than another, a flat desk, acres of level farmland, a plane surface, skirts sewn with fine flat seams
flat lacking contrast or shading between tones
flat-footed with feet flat on the ground, not tiptoe
flat-footed having broad flat feet that usually turn outward, a slow flat-footed walk
low-growing
flat-growing
ground-hugging
of plants that grow relatively low to the ground
flat horizontally level, a flat roof
flat
prostrate
stretched out and lying at full length along the ground, found himself lying flat on the floor
flat
monotone
monotonic
monotonous
sounded or spoken in a tone unvarying in pitch, the owl's faint monotonous hooting
flat (of a musical note) lowered in pitch by one chromatic semitone, B flat
categoric
categorical
flat
unconditional
not modified or restricted by reservations, a categorical denial, a flat refusal
flat-footed unprepared and unable to react quickly, the new product caught their competitors flat-footed
flat having lost effervescence, flat beer, a flat cola
bland
flat
lacking stimulating characteristics, uninteresting, a bland little drama, a flat joke
bland
flat
flavorless
flavourless
insipid
savorless savourless vapid
lacking taste or flavor or tang, a bland diet, insipid hospital food, flavorless supermarket tomatoes, vapid beer, vapid tea
compressed
flat
flattened laterally along the whole length (e.g., certain leafstalks or flatfishes)
flat-topped
flat-top
having a flat or flattened upper surface
flat-bottomed
flat-bottom
having a flat bottom, a flat-bottomed boat
ventilated exposed to air, a well ventilated room
directly flat
straight
in a forthright manner, candidly or frankly, he didn't answer directly, told me straight out, came out flat for less work and more pay
flat out like blue murder at top speed, he ran flat out to catch the bus, he was off down the road like blue murder
bluffly
bluntly
brusquely
flat out
roundly
in a blunt direct manner, he spoke bluntly, he stated his opinion flat-out, he was criticized roundly
flat with flat sails, sail flat against the wind

 

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Ein Kaltdach, auch zweischaliges Dach ist eine zweischalige, belüftete Dachkonstruktion. Dabei wird die aus dem Gebäude durch die Decke diffundierende Feuchtigkeit durch eine unter der Dachhaut liegende Belüftung abgeführt. Raumseitig muss die Wärmedämmung nicht unbedingt durch eine Dampfsperre geschützt werden, oft reicht eine Dampfbremse. Dadurch kann die anfallende Feuchtigkeit über die Dachbelüftung abtransportiert werden.
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