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Mausanschluss {m}, Maus-Port {m} [comp.]
mouse port
Port {m} [comp.]
port
Port-au-Prince (Hauptstadt von Haiti)
Port-au-Prince (capital of Haiti)
Port Elizabeth (Stadt in Südafrika)
Port Elizabeth (city in South Africa)
Port Louis (Hauptstadt von Mauritius)
Port Louis (capital of Mauritius)
Port Moresby (Hauptstadt von Papua-Neuguinea)
Port Moresby (capital of Papua New Guinea)
Port-of-Spain (Hauptstadt von Trinidad und Tobago)
Port-of-Spain (capital of Trinidad and Tobago)
Port-Vila (Hauptstadt von Vanuatu)
Port-Vila (capital of Vanuatu)
port
aperture
port
harbour
port
port
port
slot
Anschluss {m}; Port {m} (Ein- und Ausgabekanal für Netzwerkverbindungen) [comp.]
Anschlüsse {pl}; Ports {pl}
port (software)
ports
Anschlussbuchse {f} (am Gerät) [comp.]
Anschlussbuchsen {pl}
Eingabe Ausgabe-Port {m}; Ein- Ausgabe-Port {m}; E A-Port {m}
mit zwei Anschlüssen
port (hardware)
ports
input output port; I O port
two-port
Mausanschluss {m}; Maus-Port {m} [comp.]
Mausanschlüsse {pl}; Maus-Ports {pl}
mouse port
mouse ports
Port-au-Prince (Hauptstadt von Haiti) [geogr.]
Port-au-Prince (capital of Haiti)
Port Elizabeth (Stadt in Südafrika) [geogr.]
Port Elizabeth (city in South Africa)
Port Louis (Hauptstadt von Mauritius) [geogr.]
Port Louis (capital of Mauritius)
Port Moresby (Hauptstadt von Papua-Neuguinea) [geogr.]
Port Moresby (capital of Papua New Guinea)
Port-of-Spain (Hauptstadt von Trinidad und Tobago) [geogr.]
Port-of-Spain (capital of Trinidad and Tobago)
Port-Vila (Hauptstadt von Vanuatu) [geogr.]
Port-Vila (capital of Vanuatu)
portabel, portierbar {adj} [comp.]
portable
portabel; portierbar {adj} [comp.]
portable
Portables
portables
Portaets
portraits
Portage {f}; Transport {m} (von Kanus bzw. deren Ladung) über Land (um ein anderes Gewässer zu erreichen oder ein Hindernis zu umgehen) [naut.]
portage; portaging (overland transport of canoes or their cargo)
Portage {f} (Stelle and der Kanus bzw. deren Ladung über Land transportiert werden) [naut.]
portage (place where canoes or their cargo are transported overland)
Containerbrücke {f}; Portainer {m} [techn.] [naut.]
Containerbrücken {pl}; Portainer {pl}
container crane; container handling gantry crane; ship-to-shore crane
container cranes; container handling gantry cranes; ship-to-shore cranes
Kurzprofil {n} (kurzgefasstes Portait)
Kurzprofile {pl}
factsheet
factsheets
Portal {n}
Portale {pl}
portal, gantry
portals, gantries
Portal {n}, Portalseite {f} [comp.]
Portale {pl}, Portalseiten {pl}
Internet-Portal {n}
portal
portals
Internet portal
Bockkran {m}; Portalkran {m}; Portal {n}
Bockkrane {pl}; Portalkrane {pl}; Portale {pl}
portal crane; portal; gantry crane; gantry; goliath crane
portal cranes; portals; gantry cranes; gantries; goliath cranes
Portal {n}; Portalseite {f} [comp.]
Portale {pl}; Portalseiten {pl}
Internet-Portal {n}
portal
portals
Internet portal
Tympanon {n}; Tympanum {n} (Zierrelief über einem Portal) [arch.]
tympanum (decorative relief above a portal)
Vorbau {m}; Portal {n} [arch.]
Veranda {f}
porch
porch [Am.]; veranda
Portale
portals
Leberschrumpfung {f}; Leberzirrhose {f} [med.]
alkoholische Leberzirrhose
atrophische Leberzirrhose
gallige Leberzirrhose; biläre Leberzirrhose
cholestatische Leberzirrhose
kapsuläre Leberzirrhose
kardiale Leberzirrhose
portale Leberzirrhose
splenomegale Leberzirrhose
cirrhosis of the liver; hepatic liver cirrhosis; hepatic cirrhosis
alcoholic cirrhosis
atrophic cirrhosis; Laennec's cirrhosis
bilary cirrhosis; Charcot's cirrhosis
cholestatic cirrhosis
capsular cirrhosis
cardic cirrhosis; cardiocirrhosis
portal cirrhosis; chronic interstition hepatitis
Hannot's cirrhosis; Hanot's disease
Portalhubwagen {m}
straddle carrier
Portalhubwagen {m}
Portalhubwagen {pl}
straddle carrier
straddle carriers
Portalkran {m}, Bockkran {m}
Portalkräne {pl}, Bockkräne {pl}
portal crane, goliath crane
portal cranes, goliath cranes
Portalkratzer {m}
portal scraper, gantry scaper
Portalkratzer {m}
portal scraper; gantry scaper
Geländer {n}, Treppengeländer {n}
Geländer {pl}, Treppengeländer {pl}
festes Geländer
Geländer auf dem Portalriegel
handrail, rail, guard rail, banister, bannister
handrails, rails, guard rails, banisters, bannisters
fixed handrail
handrail on gantry bar
Portalriegel {m}
gantry bar
Portalriegel {m} (Kran)
Portalriegel {pl}
Haltestange auf dem Portalriegel
gantry bar (crane)
gantry bars
handrail on the gantry bar
Portalsystem {n}
Portalsysteme {pl}
portal system
portal systems
Portativ {n} [mus.] (Tasteninstrument)
Portative {pl}
portative organ
portative organs
Bestand, Portefeuille
portfolio
Portefeuille {n}
portfolio
Portefeuille {n}; Portfolio {n} [econ.]
portfolio
Portmonee {n}, Portemonnaie {n}, Geldbörse {f}
kleines Portmonee, kleine Geldbörse
portemonnaie, money purse, wallet
coin purse
Brieftasche {f}; Portemonnaie {n}; Geldscheintasche {f}
Brieftaschen {pl}; Portemonnais {pl}; Geldscheintaschen {pl}
billfold [Am.]
billfolds
Geldbörse {f}; Portmonee {n}; Portemonnaie {n}; Geldbeutel {m}
Geldbörsen {pl}; Portmonees {pl}; Portemonnais {pl}; Geldbeutel {pl}
kleines Portmonee; kleine Geldbörse
dicker Geldbeutel [übtr.]
money purse; purse
money purses; purses
coin purse
fat purse
Portenkolaubsänger {m} [ornith.]
Japanese Pale-legged Willow Warbler
Unteroffizier {m} [mil.]
Unteroffiziere {pl}
Unteroffizier ohne Portepee
Unteroffizier mit Portepee (ab Feldwebel)
non-commissioned officer, NCO, N.C.O., non-com [Am.]
non-commissioned officers, NCOs, N.C.O.s, non-coms
junior NCO (JNCO)
senior NCO (SNCO)
Unteroffizier {m} Ufz. [mil.]
Unteroffiziere {pl}
Unteroffizier ohne Portepee
Unteroffizier mit Portepee (ab Feldwebel Bootsmann)
non-commissioned officer; NCO; N.C.O.; non-com [Am.]
non-commissioned officers; NCOs; N.C.O.s; non-coms
junior NCO JNCO
senior NCO SNCO ; Senior Enlisted [Am.]
Porterhouse-Steak {n} [cook.]
Porterhouse-Steaks {pl}
Porterhouse steak
Porterhouse steaks
Portfolio
portfolio
Portfoliowahl {f} [econ.]
portfolio selection
Portier {m}
Portiers {pl}
doorman [Am.]
doormen
Portier {m}
Portiers {pl}
janitor
janitors
Portier {m}, Portiersfrau {f}
porter
Portier
doorman
Portier
janitor
Portier
porter
Concierge {m} (französischer Portier Hausmeister)
concierge
Portier {m}; Portiersfrau {f}
Portiers {pl}; Portiere {pl} [Ös.]; Portiersfrauen {pl}
(livrierter) Türportier {m} (Hotel Theater)
concierge; porter [Br.]
porters
doorman; commissionaire [Br.]
portieren {vt} [comp.]
portierend
portiert
portiert
portierte
to port
porting
ported
ports
ported
etw. (auf eine andere Softwareumgebung) portieren {vt} [comp.]
portierend
portiert
portiert
portierte
to port sth. (over to a different software environment)
porting
ported
ports
ported
Portiers
doormen
Portiers
janitors
Portierung {f} (eines Computerprogrammes) [comp.]
porting, transferring (of source code)
Portierung {f} (Anpassung an eine andere Softwareumgebung) [comp.]
port; porting (adaptation to a different software environment)
Säulenhalle {f}; Portikus {m} [arch.]
Säulenhallen {pl}; Portika {pl}
columned hall; portico; porticus
columned halls; porticos; portica
Säulengang {m}, Säulenhalle {f}, Portikus {m} [arch.]
Säulengänge {pl}
mit Säulengang versehen
portico
porticoes
porticoed
Maß, Portion, Dosis
dose
Portion
helping
Portion {f} (beim Essen)
Portionen {pl}
portion, helping
portions
Portion {f}, Stück {n}
gobbet
Portion {f}
Portionen {pl}
serving
servings
eine Portion ...
eine Portion Eis
eine zweite Portion
a dish of ...
a dish of ice-cream
a second helping
eine Portion
a dish of
eine Portion Eis
a dish of ice-cream
eine zweite Portion
a second helping
Portion
serving
Portion, abdienend
serving
Beilagenportion {f}; Beilage {f}; Portion {f}; Sättigungsbeilage [obs.] (im Restaurant) [cook.]
Was wollen Sie als Beilage?
Ich bestellte eine Portion Pommes frites zu meinem Steak.
additional accompaniment; extra accompaniment; side order [Am.]; side dish [Am.]; side [Am.] (in the restaurant)
What do you want on the side? [Am.]
I ordered a side of fries with my steak.
Chuzpe {f}; Unverfrorenheit {f}
Es gehört schon eine gehörige Portion Unverfrorenheit dazu das vorzuschlagen.
chutzpah
It takes some a lot of chutzpah to propose this.
Glück {n}
Glück haben
Glück wünschen
sein Glück versuchen
sich auf sein Glück verlassen
sein Glück mit Füßen treten
Viel Glück (bei mit ...)!
Hast du ein Glück!; Hast du ein Schwein! [ugs.]
die nötige Portion Glück haben; das Glück auf seiner Seite haben
vom Glück nicht gerade verfolgt werden
fortune; luck
to be lucky; to be fortunate
to wish good luck
to try one's luck
to trust one's luck
to spurn one's fortune
Good luck (with ...)!
Lucky you!
to enjoy the rub of the green [Br.]
to not have the rub of the green [Br.]
Portion {f} (beim Essen)
Portionen {pl}
portion; helping
portions
Portion {f}; Stück {n}
gobbet
jdm. etw. etw. zuschreiben; jdm. etw. zurechnen (selten)
zuschreibend; zurechnend
zugeschrieben; zugerechnet
schreibt zu; rechnet zu
schrieb zu; rechnete zu
Dieser Ausspruch wird Konfuzius zugeschrieben.
Man sollte Tieren keine menschlichen Beweggründe zuschreiben unterstellen.
Diesen Sieg haben wir einer gehörigen Portion Glück zu verdanken.
to attribute sth. to sb. sth.; to ascribe sth. to sb. sth.; to chalk up <> sth. to sth. [Am.] [coll.]
attributing to; ascribing to; chalking up to
attributed to; ascribed to; chalked up to
attributes; ascribes
attributed; ascribed
This saying is attributed to Confucius.
One should not attribute human motives to animals.
We can chalk that win up to a lot of luck.
ein Schuss {m}; eine Portion [Mengenangabe]
Romantik mit einem Schuss Lust
dollop [fig.]
romance and a dollop of lust
Portionen
helpings
Portionen
portions
Portionen
servings
großzügig (bemessen) {adj}
eine großzügige Spende
großzügige Portionen servieren
knapp bemessen sein
generous
a generous donation
to serve generous portions
to be not very generous
Portionierung {f}; Portionieren {n}
portioning
Portionierer {m} [cook.]
Portionierer {pl}
Eisportionierer {m}
Eisschaufel {f}
scoop
scoops
ice-cream scoop
loft ice scoop
Portionsweide {f} [agr.]
Portionsweiden {pl}
close folding
close foldings
portionsweise {adv}
in portions
Portland (Stadt in USA)
Portland (city in USA)
Portland (Stadt in den USA) [geogr.]
Portland (city in the USA)
Portland {n} [geol.]
Portlandian (stage)
Portlandzement {m} [constr.]
Portland cement
Portlet {n}; Komponenten einer Benutzeroberfläche [comp.]
portlet
Portliner {m} (im Auspuff) [auto]
portliner
Porto
postage
Porto wird vom Empfänger erhoben
freepost
Porto {n}, Zustellgebühr {f}, Postgebühr {f}
das genaue Porto
Porto zahlt Empfänger
postage
the exact postage
postage to be paid by addressee
Porto Alegre (Stadt in Brasilien)
Porto Alegre (city in Brazil)
Porto (Stadt in Portugal)
Porto (city in Portugal)
Porto-Novo (Hauptstadt von Benin)
Porto-Novo (capital of Benin)
das genaue Porto
the exact postage
Porto und Verpackung
postage and packing
unsere Preise verstehen sich ohne Porto
our prices do not include postage
Porto {n}; Zustellgebühr {f}; Postgebühr {f}
das genaue Porto
Porto bezahlt
Porto zahlt Empfänger
postage
the exact postage
Postage paid
postage to be paid by addressee
Verpacken {n}; Einpacken {n}
das Verpacken der Ware
Im Preis ist Porto und Verpackung inbegriffen.
Bist du mit dem Einpacken Packen fertig?
Packen kann ich am Abend vor unserer Abreise.
packing
the packing of the goods
The price includes postage and packing.
Have you finished your packing?
I can do my packing the night before we leave.
Porto Alegre (Stadt in Brasilien) [geogr.]
Porto Alegre (city in Brazil)
Porto (Stadt in Portugal) [geogr.]
Porto (city in Portugal)
Porto-Novo (Hauptstadt von Benin) [geogr.]
Porto-Novo (capital of Benin)
portofrei {adj}
postage free, post-free
portofrei
postage free
portofrei {adj}
postage free; post-free
Portokasse
petty cash
Portokasse {f}
petty cash
Portokassenbuch
petty cash book
Portokassenkonto
petty cash account
portopflichtig {adj}
liable to postage, subject to postage
portopflichtig
liable to postage
portopflichtig {adj}
liable to postage; subject to postage
Bartgimpelfinken {pl} (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Rotsteiß-Gimpelfink {m} (Loxigilla violacea)
Bartgimpelfink {m} (Loxigilla noctis)
Barbados-Gimpelfink {m} (Loxigilla barbadensis)
Rotkopf-Gimpelfink {m} (Loxigilla portoricensis) [hist.]
Antillean bullfinches (zoologische Gattung)
greater Antillean bullfinch
lesser Antillean bullfinch
Barbados bullfinch
Puerto Rican bullfinch
Portos
postages
Portosatz
postage rate
Shunt {m}; Ableitung {f}; Schlauchsystem {n} zur Ableitung von Flüssigkeit [med.]
transjugulärer intrahepatischer portosystemischer (Stent-)Shunt TIPS TIPSS
shunt
transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt stent shunting TIPS TIPSS
Porträt {n}, Portrait {n}
Porträts {pl}, Portraits {pl}
portrait, biographical profile
portraits
Portraet
portrait
Portraet
portrayal
Porträt {n}; Portrait {n}; Bildnis {n}
Porträts {pl}; Portraits {pl}
jds. Porträt malen
portrait
portraits
to paint a portrait of sb.
Porträt {n} (Kurzbiografie)
Kurzbiografie des Redners
biographical profile
speaker's profile
portraetieren, portraetiere
portray
jdn. porträtieren
to paint sb.'s portrait, to portray sb.
porträtieren {vt}
porträtierend
porträtiert
porträtiert
porträtierte
to profile
portraying
portrayed
portrays
portrayed
porträtieren
portray
Selbstporträt {n}; Selbstbildnis {n}
Selbstporträts {pl}; Selbstbildnisse {pl}
sich selbst porträtieren
self-portrait
self-portraits
to draw paint a self-portrait
jdn. porträtieren; jdn. abkonterfeien {vt}
jdn. porträtierend; jdn. abkonterfeiend
jdn. porträtiert; jdn. abkonterfeit
to paint sb.'s portrait; to portray sb.
painting sb.'s portrait; portraying sb.
painted sb.'s portrait; portrayed sb.
portraetierend, portraetierende
portraying
porträtierend
portraying
portraetiert, portraetiertes
portrays
porträtiert
portrays
portraetierte, portraetierten
portrayed
porträtierte
portrayed
Porträtmaler {m}
portraitist
Porträtmaler {m}, Porträtmalerin {f}
Porträtmaler {pl}, Porträtmalerinnen {pl}
portrait painter, portrayer, limner, portraitist
portrait painters, portrayers, limners, portraitists
Porträtmaler {m}; Porträtmalerin {f}
Porträtmaler {pl}; Porträtmalerinnen {pl}
portrait painter; portrayer; limner; portraitist
portrait painters; portrayers; limners; portraitists
Porträtmalerei {f}
portraiture
Porträtphotographie {f}
portraiture
Portraetphotographie
portraiture
Porträtphotographien
portraitures
Porträts
portrayals
Portrait
portrait
portraitieren
portray
Portraits
portraits
Ports
ports
Portugal [geogr.]
Portugal (pt)
Lisboa, Lissabon (Hauptstadt von Portugal)
Lisboa, Lisbon (capital of Portugal)
Portugal
Portugal
iberoamerikanisch (Spanien Portugal und deren ehemalige Kolonien in Lateinamerika betreffend) {adj} [geogr.] [pol.]
Ibero-American
Portugal {n} PT (Kfz: P ) [geogr.]
Portugal
Lissabon (Hauptstadt von Portugal) [geogr.]
Lisbon (capital of Portugal)
Portugiese {m}, Portugiesin {f} [geogr.]
Portuguese
Portugiese {m}; Portugiesin {f} [soc.]
Portugiesen {pl}; Portugiesinnen {pl}
Portuguese
Portugueses
portugiesisch {adj} [geogr.]
Portuguese
portugiesisch
portuguese
Röhrenqualle {f}, Portugiesische Galeere {f} [zool.]
Röhrenquallen {pl}, Portugiesische Galeeren {pl}
Portuguese man-of-war
Portuguese man-of-wars
Röhrenqualle {f}; Portugiesische Galeere {f} (Physalia physalis) [zool.]
Röhrenquallen {pl}; Portugiesische Galeeren {pl}
Portuguese man-of-war; bluebottle
Portuguese man-of-wars; bluebottles
Portulak-Röschen {pl} (Portulaca) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Portulak {m}; Gemüse-Portulak {m}; Burzelkraut {n}; Kreusel {m} (Portulaca oleracea)
moss roses; rose moss (botanical genus)
purslane; common purslane
Schwimmkrabben {pl} (Portunidae) (zoologische Familie) [zool.]
swimming crabs (zoological family)
Portwein {m}
port wine
Portwein
port wine
Portwein {m} [cook.]
port wine
Feuermal {n}; Portweinfleck {m} [med.] [med.]
port-wine stain; naevus flammeus

Deutsche Synonyme für Portr��tmalerei

Englische Synonyme für mouse port

mouse  Milquetoast  baby  bantam  banty  big baby  black eye  black-and-blue mark  bruise  busybody  button  chick  chicken  chicken liver  chit  contusion  coward  creep  diminutive  ecchymosis  featherweight  fingerling  fraid-cat  fraidy-cat  funk  funker  gal  girl  glide  invertebrate  jellyfish  lady friend  lass  lightweight  lily liver  milksop  mini  minikin  minnow  minny  modest violet  nose  nubbin  peewee  poke  pony  pry  runt  scaredy-cat  shiner  shrimp  shrinking violet  sissy  slide  slip  small fry  snip  snippet  snook  tit  wart  weak sister  weakling  white feather  white liver  wisp  
mouse colored  Quaker-colored  acier  ashen  ashy  canescent  cinereous  cinerous  dapple  dapple-gray  dappled  dappled-gray  dingy  dismal  dove-colored  dove-gray  dreary  dull  dusty  glaucescent  glaucous  gray  gray-black  gray-brown  gray-colored  gray-drab  gray-green  gray-spotted  gray-toned  gray-white  grayed  grayish  griseous  grizzle  grizzled  grizzly  iron-gray  lead-gray  leaden  livid  mouse-gray  mousy  pearl  pearl-gray  pearly  sad  silver  silver-gray  silvered  silvery  slate-colored  slaty  smoke-gray  smoky  sober  somber  steel-gray  steely  stone-colored  taupe  
mouser  Cheshire cat  Chinchilla cat  Maltese cat  alley cat  blue cat  calico cat  cat  feline  gib  gib-cat  grimalkin  house cat  kit  kitling  kitten  kitty  kitty-cat  puss  pussy  pussycat  silver cat  tabby  tabby cat  tiger cat  tom  tomcat  tortoise-shell cat  
mousetrap  Dionaea  Mark  baited trap  bazooka  booby trap  calliope  deadfall  deathtrap  decoy  firetrap  flytrap  gin  hedgehog  launch pad  launching pad  launching platform  launching tube  mine  mole trap  pitfall  projector  rattrap  set gun  silo  spring gun  springe  trap  trapfall  

Lexikoneinträge für mouse port

Half-port (n.) One half of a shutter made in two parts for closing a porthole.
Mouse (n.) Any one of numerous species of small rodents belonging to the genus Mus and various related genera of the family Muridae. The common house mouse (Mus musculus) is found in nearly all countries. The American white-footed, or deer, mouse (Hesperomys leucopus) sometimes lives in houses. See Dormouse, Meadow mouse, under Meadow, and Harvest mouse, under Harvest.
Mouse (n.) A knob made on a rope with spun yarn or parceling to prevent a running eye from slipping.
Mouse (n.) Same as 2d Mousing, 2.
Mouse (n.) A familiar term of endearment.
Mouse (n.) A dark-colored swelling caused by a blow.
Mouse (n.) A match used in firing guns or blasting.
Mouse (v. i.) To watch for and catch mice.
Mouse (v. i.) To watch for or pursue anything in a sly manner
Mouse (v. t.) To tear, as a cat devours a mouse.
Mouse (v. t.) To furnish with a mouse
Mouse-ear (n.) The forget-me-not (Myosotis palustris) and other species of the same genus.
Mouse-ear (n.) A European species of hawkweed (Hieracium Pilosella).
Port (n.) A dark red or purple astringent wine made in Portugal. It contains a large percentage of alcohol.
Port (v.) A place where ships may ride secure from storms
Port (v.) In law and commercial usage, a harbor where vessels are admitted to discharge and receive cargoes, from whence they depart and where they finish their voyages.
Port (n.) A passageway
Port (n.) An opening in the side of a vessel
Port (n.) A passageway in a machine, through which a fluid, as steam, water, etc., may pass, as from a valve to the interior of the cylinder of a steam engine
Port (v. t.) To carry
Port (v. t.) To throw, as a musket, diagonally across the body, with the lock in front, the right hand grasping the small of the stock, and the barrel sloping upward and crossing the point of the left shoulder
Port (n.) The manner in which a person bears himself
Port (n.) The larboard or left side of a ship (looking from the stern toward the bow)
Port (v. t.) To turn or put to the left or larboard side of a ship
Port-royalist (n.) One of the dwellers in the Cistercian convent of Port Royal des Champs, near Paris, when it was the home of the Jansenists in the 17th century, among them being Arnauld, Pascal, and other famous scholars. Cf. Jansenist.
Sea mouse () A dorsibranchiate annelid, belonging to Aphrodite and allied genera, having long, slender, hairlike setae on the sides.
Sea mouse () The dunlin.
Water mouse () Any one of several species of mice belonging to the genus Hydromys, native of Australia and Tasmania. Their hind legs are strong and their toes partially webbed. They live on the borders of streams, and swim well. They are remarkable as being the only rodents found in Australia.

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click
mouse click
depression of a button on a computer mouse, a click on the right button for example
cat and mouse
cat and rat
a game for children in which the players form a circle and join hands, they raise their hands to let a player inside the circle or lower their hands to bar a second player who is chasing the first
port-access coronary bypass surgery heart surgery in which a coronary bypass is performed by the use of small instruments and tiny cameras threaded through small incisions while the heart is stopped and blood is pumped through a heart-lung machine
Port Arthur a battle in the Chino-Japanese War (), Japanese captured the port and fortifications from the Chinese
flying mouse tiny flying phalanger
pouched mouse
marsupial mouse
marsupial rat
any of numerous small sharp-nosed insectivorous marsupials superficially resembling mice or rats
sea mouse any of several large worms having a broad flattened body with a mat of coarse hairs covering the back
mouse-eared bat a carnivorous bat with ears like a mouse
pika
mouse hare
rock rabbit coney cony
small short-eared burrowing mammal of rocky uplands of Asia and western North America
mouse any of numerous small rodents typically resembling diminutive rats having pointed snouts and small ears on elongated bodies with slender usually hairless tails
house mouse
Mus musculus
brownish-grey Old World mouse now a common household pest worldwide
harvest mouse Micromyx minutus small reddish-brown Eurasian mouse inhabiting e.g. cornfields
field mouse fieldmouse any nocturnal Old World mouse of the genus Apodemus inhabiting woods and fields and gardens
nude mouse a mouse with a genetic defect that prevents them from growing hair and also prevents them from immunologically rejecting human cells and tissues, widely used in preclinical trials
European wood mouse
Apodemus sylvaticus
nocturnal yellowish-brown mouse inhabiting woods and fields and gardens
kangaroo mouse leaping rodent of Australian desert areas
New World mouse a variety of rodent
American harvest mouse
harvest mouse
any of several small greyish New World mice inhabiting e.g. grain fields
wood mouse any of various New World woodland mice
white-footed mouse
vesper mouse
Peromyscus leucopus
American woodland mouse with white feet and underparts
deer mouse
Peromyscus maniculatus
brownish New World mouse, most widely distributed member of the genus
cactus mouse
Peromyscus eremicus
burrowing mouse of desert areas of southwestern United States
cotton mouse
Peromyscus gossypinus
large dark mouse of southeastern United States
pygmy mouse
Baiomys taylori
very small dark greyish brown mouse resembling a house mouse, of Texas and Mexico
grasshopper mouse insectivorous mouse of western North America
vole
field mouse
any of various small mouselike rodents of the family Cricetidae (especially of genus Microtus) having a stout short-tailed body and inconspicuous ears and inhabiting fields or meadows
pine vole
pine mouse
Pitymys pinetorum
short-tailed glossy-furred burrowing vole of the eastern United States
meadow vole
meadow mouse
Microtus pennsylvaticus
widely distributed in grasslands of northern United States and Canada
red-backed mouse
redback vole
any of several voles of mountainous regions of Eurasia and America
pocket mouse any of various small nocturnal burrowing desert rodents with cheek pouches and long hind legs and tail
silky pocket mouse
Perognathus flavus
small pale yellowish soft-furred rodent of southwestern United States and Mexico
plains pocket mouse
Perognathus flavescens
small rodent of open areas of United States plains states
hispid pocket mouse
Perognathus hispidus
large stiff-haired rodent of shortgrass prairies of United States
Mexican pocket mouse
Liomys irroratus
large pocket mouse of Mexico
kangaroo mouse
dwarf pocket rat
small silky-haired pouched rodent, similar to but smaller than kangaroo rats
jumping mouse any of several primitive mouselike rodents with long hind legs and no cheek pouches, of woodlands of Eurasia and North America
meadow jumping mouse
Zapus hudsonius
widely distributed in northeastern and central United States and Canada
hazel mouse
Muscardinus avellanarius
a variety of dormouse
chevrotain
mouse deer
very small hornless deer-like ruminant of tropical Asia and west Africa
church mouse a fictional mouse created by Lewis Carroll
Mickey Mouse a fictional mouse created in animated film strips by Walt Disney
Minnie Mouse the partner of Mickey Mouse
Mighty Mouse a fictional mouse endowed with great strength and courage
carport
car port
garage for one or two cars consisting of a flat roof supported on poles
interface port (computer science) computer circuit consisting of the hardware and associated circuitry that links one device with another (especially a computer and a hard disk drive or other peripherals)
larboard
port
the left side of a ship or aircraft to someone who is aboard and facing the bow or nose
mouse
computer mouse
a hand-operated electronic device that controls the coordinates of a cursor on your computer screen as you move it around on a pad, on the bottom of the device is a ball that rolls on the surface of the pad, a mouse takes much more room than a trackball
mouse button a push button on the mouse
mouse-tooth forceps a type of forceps
mousepad
mouse mat
a small portable pad that provides traction for the ball of a computer mouse
parallel interface
parallel port
an interface between a computer and a printer where the computer sends multiple bits of information to the printer simultaneously
port
embrasure
porthole
an opening (in a wall or ship or armored vehicle) for firing through
serial port an interface (commonly used for modems and mice and some printers) that transmits data a bit at a time
port-wine stain
nevus flammeus
a flat birthmark varying from pink to purple
port
port wine
sweet darked dessert wine originally from Portugal
port a place (seaport or airport) where people and merchandise can enter or leave a country
free port a port open on equal terms to all commercial vessels
home port the port from which a ship originates of where it is registered
port of entry
point of entry
a port in the United States where customs officials are stationed to oversee the entry and exit of people and merchandise
port of call any port where a ship stops except its home port
free port
free zone
an area adjoining a port where goods that are intended for reshipment can be received and stored without payment of duties
treaty port a port in China or Korea or Japan that once was open to foreign trade on the basis of a trading treaty
Lushun
Port Arthur
a major port city in northeastern China on the Liaodong Peninsula, now a part of Luda
Port-au-Prince
Haitian capital
the capital and largest city of Haiti
Port of Spain
Port-of-Spain
capital of Trinidad and Tobago
the capital and largest city of Trinidad and Tobago on the west coast of the island of Trinidad
Port Moresby
capital of Papua New Guinea
the administrative capital and largest city of Papua New Guinea
Port Louis capital and chief port of Mauritius, located on the northwestern coast of the island
Port Sudan port city in Sudan on the Red Sea
Port Vila
Vila
capital of Vanuatu
capital of Vanuatu
mouse nest
mouse's nest
where mice bear and raise their young
mouse person who is quiet or timid
portwatcher
port watcher
a watchman on a wharf
Port Jackson pine
Callitris cupressiformis
Australian cypress pine having globular cones
Oregon cedar
Port Orford cedar
Lawson's cypress
Lawson's cedar
Chamaecyparis lawsoniana
large timber tree of western North America with trunk diameter to feet and height to feet
Port Orford cedar the wood of the Port Orford cedar tree
mouse-ear chickweed
mouse eared chickweed
mouse ear clammy chickweed
chickweed
any of various plants related to the common chickweed
field chickweed
field mouse-ear
Cerastium arvense
densely tufted perennial chickweed of north temperate zone
Alpine mouse-ear
Arctic mouse-ear
Cerastium alpinum
widespread in the Arctic and on mountains in Europe
Arabidopsis thaliana
mouse-ear cress
a small invasive self-pollinating weed with small white flowers, much studied by plant geneticists, the first higher plant whose complete genome sequence was described
mouse-ear hawkweed
Pilosella officinarum
Hieracium pilocella
European hawkweed having soft hairy leaves, sometimes placed in genus Hieracium
Port Jackson heath
Epacris purpurascens
small shrub of southern and western Australia having pinkish to rosy purple tubular flowers
Port Jackson fig
rusty rig
little-leaf fig
Botany Bay fig
Ficus rubiginosa
Australian tree resembling the banyan often planted for ornament, introduced into South Africa for brushwood
forget-me-not
mouse ear Myosotis scorpiodes
small perennial herb having bright blue or white flowers
shiner
black eye
mouse
a swollen bruise caused by a blow to the eye
port modify (software) for use on a different machine or platform
port drink port, We were porting all in the club after dinner
mouse manipulate the mouse of a computer
port carry or hold with both hands diagonally across the body, especially of weapons, port a rifle
port carry, bear, convey, or bring, The small canoe could be ported easily
port turn or go to the port or left side, of a ship, The big ship was slowly porting
sneak
mouse
creep pussyfoot
to go stealthily or furtively, ..stead of sneaking around spying on the neighbor's house
port land at or reach a port, The ship finally ported
port bring to port, the captain ported the ship at night
port put or turn on the left side, of a ship, port the helm
mousy
mousey
mouse-colored
mouselike
of something having a drab pale brown color resembling a mouse, a mousy brownish-grey color, mousy hair, mouse-colored hair
mouse-eared having ears like a mouse's
port
larboard
located on the left side of a ship or aircraft
mouse-sized having the approximate size of a mouse

 

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