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Pfahl Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Pfahl
pale
Pfahl
picket
Pfahl
pole
Pfahl
stake
Pfahl {m}
pile
Pfahl, Stange
pole
Pfahl, ---> cock
prick
Pfahl, Streikposten
picket
Pfahl {m}
Pfähle {pl}
picket
pickets
Pfahl {m}, Pflock {m}
Pfähle {pl}
stake
stakes
Pfahl {m}; Latte {f}
Pfähle {pl}; Latten {pl}
pale
pales
Pfahl {m}, Latte {f}
Pfähle {pl}, Latten {pl}
pale
pales
Pflock {m}; Pfahl {m}
Pflöcke {pl}; Pfähle {pl}
picket
pickets
Pfahl {m}
Pfähle {pl}
einen Pfahl anschuhen; vorschuhen
pile
piles
to shoe a pile
Pfosten {m}; Pfahl {m}; Mast {m}
Pfosten {pl}; Pfähle {pl}; Masten {pl}
post
posts
Pfosten {m}, Pfahl {m}, Mast {m}
Pfosten {pl}, Pfähle {pl}, Masten {pl}
post
posts
Pfahl {m}; Pfeiler {m}; Stütze {f}
Pfähle {pl}; Pfeiler {pl}; Stützen {pl}
stilt
stilts
Pfahl {m}, Pfeiler {m}, Stütze {f}
Pfähle {pl}, Pfeiler {pl}, Stützen {pl}
stilt
stilts
Dalbe {f}; Pfahl oder Pfahlbündel im Gewässergrund zum Festmachen von Schiffen o.ä. [constr.] [naut.]
Dalben {pl}
dolphin
dolphins
Pfahl {m}; Pflock {m}; Holzpfahl {m}; Holzpflock {m}
Pfähle {pl}; Pflöcke {pl}; Holzpfähle {pl}; Holzpflöcke {pl}
stake
stakes
Dalbe {f}, Pfahl oder Pfahlbündel im Gewässergrund zum Festmachen von Schiffen o.ä. [constr.] [naut.]
Dalben {pl}
dolphin
dolphins
Pfosten {m}, Pfahl {m}, Stab {m}, Stange {f}, Mast {m}
Pfosten {pl}, Pfähle {pl}, Stäbe {pl}, Stangen {pl}, Masten {pl}
pole
poles
Pfosten {m}; Pfahl {m}; Stangenholz {n}; (lange) Stange {f}
Pfosten {pl}; Pfähle {pl}; Stangenholzen {pl}; Stangen {pl}
unteres Ende; Fuß eines Pfostens
pole
poles
butt (end) of a pole

Deutsche Synonyme für Pfahl

pfahl  
Pfahl  Pfeiler  Pflock  
Mast  Pfahl  Pfeiler  Pfosten  Stab  Stange  
Pfahl  Pfeiler  Pflock  

Englische Synonyme für pale

pale  abate  abnormal  achievement  achromatic  achromatize  achromic  alabaster  alabastrine  albescent  alerion  ambit  anathema  anemic  animal charge  annulet  arena  argent  arid  armorial bearings  armory  arms  ashen  ashy  azure  bailiwick  bandeau  bar  bar sinister  barren  baton  bearings  beat  bend  bend sinister  billet  bizarre  blah  blanch  blanched  blank  blazon  blazonry  bleach  bleach out  blear  bleared  bleary  bled white  blench  block  bloodless  blue  blur  blurred  blurry  blush  border  borderland  borders  bordure  boundaries  boundary  bounds  bourns  broad arrow  bulkhead in  cachectic  cadaverous  cadency mark  canton  change color  chaplet  characterless  charge  chevron  chief  chloranemic  cincture  circle  circuit  circumference  circumscription  clos  close  coat of arms  cockatrice  cold  color  colorless  compass  confine  confines  confused  container  coop  coordinates  coronet  corpselike  court  courtyard  cream  creamy  crescent  crest  crimson  croft  cross  cross moline  crown  curtilage  dark  darken  dead  deadly  deadly pale  deathlike  deathly  deathly pale  debilitated  decolor  decolorize  decrease  defocus  delicate  delimited field  demesne  department  device  difference  differencing  dim  diminish  dimmed  dingy  discolor  discolored  dismal  domain  dominion  doughy  draggy  drain  drain of color  drained  drearisome  dreary  dry  dryasdust  dull  dun-white  dusty  eagle  edges  eerie  effete  eggshell  elephantine  empty  enclave  enclosure  enervated  enfeebled  ermine  ermines  erminites  erminois  escutcheon  etiolate  etiolated  exhausted  exsanguinated  exsanguine  exsanguineous  fade  fade away  fade out  faded  failing  faint  fair  falcon  fallow  feeble  fence  fess  fess point  field  file  film  filmy  flanch  flat  fleur-de-lis  flimsy  flush  fog  foggy  fold  forbidden  forty  frail  freeze  fret  fringes  fume  funk  fur  fusil  fuzzy  garland  ghastly  ghostlike  ghostly  glaucescent  glauco  
paleface  American Indian  Amerind  Australian aborigine  Bushman  Caucasian  Indian  Malayan  Mister Charley  Mongolian  Negrillo  Negrito  Negro  Oriental  Red Indian  WASP  black  black man  blackfellow  boy  brown man  burrhead  colored person  coon  darky  gook  honky  jigaboo  jungle bunny  nigger  niggra  ofay  pygmy  red man  redskin  slant-eye  spade  the Man  white  white man  whitey  yellow man  
paleness  Hippocratic face  achroma  achromasia  achromatosis  albescence  albinism  albino  albinoism  anemia  aridity  ashiness  barrenness  bleariness  blondness  bloodlessness  blur  blurriness  cadaverousness  canescence  chalkiness  characterlessness  chloranemia  colorlessness  corpselikeness  creaminess  darkness  deadliness  deadness  deathlikeness  deathliness  deathly hue  deathly pallor  defocus  dimness  dismalness  dragginess  dreariness  dryness  dullness  dustiness  eeriness  effeteness  emptiness  etiolation  exsanguination  facies Hippocratica  fadedness  faintness  fairness  feebleness  filminess  flatness  fogginess  frostiness  fuzziness  ghastliness  ghostlikeness  ghostliness  glaucescence  glaucousness  grisliness  grizzliness  gruesomeness  haggardness  half-visibility  haziness  heaviness  hoariness  hollowness  hypochromia  hypochromic anemia  inanity  indefiniteness  indistinctness  indistinguishability  inexcitability  insipidity  insipidness  jejunity  lactescence  leadenness  leukoderma  lifelessness  lightness  lividness  low profile  lowness of spirit  luridness  macabreness  mask of death  milkiness  mistiness  muddiness  obscurity  pallidity  pallidness  pallor  pastiness  pearliness  pointlessness  pokiness  ponderousness  prison pallor  sallowness  semivisibility  shadowiness  sickliness  sickly hue  silver  silveriness  slowness  snowiness  soft focus  solemnity  spiritlessness  sterility  stiffness  stodginess  stuffiness  superficiality  tastelessness  tediousness  uncanniness  uncertainty  unclearness  unearthliness  uninterestingness  unliveliness  unplainness  vague appearance  vagueness  vapidity  vapidness  vitiligo  wanness  weakness  weirdness  white  white race  whiteness  whitishness  woodenness  
paleography  IPA  ITA  Initial Teaching Alphabet  International Phonetic Alphabet  alphabet  alphabetics  autography  bowwow theory  calligraphy  chirography  comparative linguistics  criticism  cryptanalysis  cryptography  cryptology  derivation  descriptive linguistics  diagnostics  dialectology  dingdong theory  epigraphy  etymology  exegetics  fist  futhark  glossematics  glossology  glottochronology  glottology  grammar  graphanalysis  graphemics  graphology  graphometry  hand  handwriting  hermeneutics  historical linguistics  language study  letters  lexicography  lexicology  lexicostatistics  linguistic geography  linguistic science  linguistics  literary criticism  manuscript  mathematical linguistics  metoposcopy  morphology  morphophonemics  oneirology  pathognomy  pencraft  penmanship  penscript  philology  phonetics  phonology  physiognomics  physiognomy  psycholinguistics  runic alphabet  script  scription  scrive  semantics  semeiology  semeiotics  sociolinguistics  structuralism  stylography  syllabary  symptomatology  syntactics  textual criticism  transformational linguistics  tropology  writing system  
paleolith  ancient manuscript  antique  antiquity  archaism  artifact  cave painting  eolith  fossil  mezzolith  microlith  neolith  petrification  petrified forest  petrified wood  petroglyph  plateaulith  relic  reliquiae  remains  ruin  ruins  survival  vestige  
paleontology  aerobiology  agrobiology  anatomy  astrobiology  bacteriology  biochemics  biochemistry  biochemy  bioecology  biological science  biology  biometrics  biometry  bionics  bionomics  biophysics  botany  cell physiology  cryobiology  cybernetics  cytology  ecology  electrobiology  embryology  enzymology  ethnobiology  exobiology  genetics  gnotobiotics  life science  microbiology  molecular biology  pharmacology  physiology  radiobiology  taxonomy  virology  xenobiology  zoology  
palette  air brush  art paper  brush  camera lucida  camera obscura  canvas  chalk  charcoal  crayon  drawing paper  drawing pencil  drier  easel  fixative  ground  lay figure  maulstick  medium  paint  paintbrush  palette knife  pastel  pencil  pigments  scratchboard  siccative  sketchbook  sketchpad  spatula  spray gun  stump  varnish  

Lexikoneinträge für pale

Pale (v. i.) Wanting in color
Pale (v. i.) Not bright or brilliant
Pale (n.) Paleness
Pale (v. i.) To turn pale
Pale (v. t.) To make pale
Pale (n.) A pointed stake or slat, either driven into the ground, or fastened to a rail at the top and bottom, for fencing or inclosing
Pale (n.) That which incloses or fences in
Pale (n.) A space or field having bounds or limits
Pale (n.) A stripe or band, as on a garment.
Pale (n.) One of the greater ordinaries, being a broad perpendicular stripe in an escutcheon, equally distant from the two edges, and occupying one third of it.
Pale (n.) A cheese scoop.
Pale (n.) A shore for bracing a timber before it is fastened.
Pale (v. t.) To inclose with pales, or as with pales

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

pale chrysanthemum aphid important pest of chrysanthemums
picket
pale
a wooden strip forming part of a fence
pale yellow
straw
wheat
a variable yellow tint, dull yellow, often diluted with white
pale ale an amber colored ale brewed with pale malts, similar to bitter but drier and lighter
early coral root
pale coral root
Corallorhiza trifida
plant having clumps of nearly leafless pale yellowish to greenish stems bearing similarly colored flowers with white lower lips, northern New Mexico north through South Dakota and Washington to Alaska
pale violet
striped violet
cream violet
Viola striata
leafy-stemmed violet of eastern North America having large white or creamy flowers faintly marked with purple
cadmium yellow pale pale-hued cadmium yellow pigment
pale
blanch
blench
turn pale, as if in fear
pale-faced having a pale face
light-blue
pale blue
of a light shade of blue
pale-colored
pale-hued
having a pale color
pale
pallid
wan
abnormally deficient in color as suggesting physical or emotional distress, the pallid face of the invalid, her wan face suddenly flushed
pale
pallid
lacking in vitality or interest or effectiveness, a pale rendition of the aria, pale prose with the faint sweetness of lavender, a pallid performance
pale very light colored, highly diluted with white, pale seagreen, pale blue eyes
pale not full or rich, high, pale, pure and lovely song
pale
pallid
wan
sick
(of light) lacking in intensity or brightness, dim or feeble, the pale light of a half moon, a pale sun, the late afternoon light coming through the el tracks fell in pale oblongs on the street, a pallid sky, the pale (or wan) stars, the wan light of dawn

 

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