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Rohrbelag Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Rohrbelag {m} (Ablagerung) [mach.]
tube deposit; tube deposits
Rohrbelag {m} (Ablagerung) [mach.]
tube deposit; tube deposits
Anschweißreduzierstück {n} (Rohr- und Kesselbau) [mach.]
Anschweißreduzierstücke {pl}
welding neck
welding necks
Brennerrücklauf {m} (Rohr im Brenner) [mach.]
burner fuel return barrel
Brennervorlauf {m} (Rohr im Brenner) [mach.]
burner fuel supply barrel
Lauf {m}, Rohr {n} (einer Kanone)
barrel (of a cannon)
Röhre {f}, Rohr {n}
Röhren {pl}, Rohre {pl}
duct
ducts
Rohr {n}, Röhre {f}, Leitung {f}
Rohre {pl}, Röhren {pl}, Leitungen {pl}
pipe
pipes
Rohr {n}
liner
(dünnwandiges) Rohr {n}, Schlauch {m}
Rohre {pl}, Schläuche {pl}
geplatztes Rohr
geriffeltes Rohr
quadratisches Rohr
rechteckige Rohre
tube
tubes
burst pipe
corrugated tube
square tube
rectangular tubes
in Rohren leiten, durch ein Rohr leiten
in Rohren leitend, durch ein Rohr leitend
in Rohren geleitet, durch Rohre geleitet
to pipe
piping
piped
Rohr {n}
tubing
Rohr {n}, Rohrleitung {f}
conduit
Wärmetauscher {m}, Wärmeaustauscher {m} [techn.]
Wärmetauscher {pl}, Wärmeaustauscher {pl}
U-Rohr-Wärmetauscher
Wärmetauscher, Typ Kettle
heat exchanger
heat exchangers
U-tube exchanger
Kettle type heat exchange
(aus Rohr) flechten
flechtend
geflochten
to cane
caning
caned
Fass, Tonne, Lauf, Rohr
barrel
Rohr, Rohrleitung
conduit
Rohr
pipe
Rohr
pipeline
Rohr
tube
Rohr
tubing
Anschweiß-Ende {n} (Rohr)
welding socket piece (pipe)
Anströmdüse {f}; Venturi-Düse {f}; Venturi-Rohr {n} [aviat.] [phys.] [techn.]
aspirating mouth; Venturi tube; venturi
Auswölbung {f}; Wölbung {f}; Ausbauchung {f} [techn.]
Beule im Rohr
Fassbauchung {f}; Fassbauch {m}
bulge
bulge of a pipe
bulge of a barrel
Backofen {m}; Backröhre {f}; Röhre {f} [ugs.]; Backrohr {n} [Ös.]; Rohr {n} [ugs.] [Ös.]
Backöfen {pl}; Backröhren {pl}; Röhren {pl}; Backröhren {pl}
(separater) Backofen
Backröhre (im Herd)
(gewerblicher) Backofen mit Auszugsherd
baking oven; oven
baking ovens; ovens
built-in oven
built-under oven
draw-plate baking oven
Etagenbogen {m} (Rohr)
Etagenbögen {pl}
swan-neck bend (pipe)
swan-neck bends
Innendurchmesser {m}; lichter Durchmesser
Innendurchmesser {pl}; lichte Durchmesser
ein Rohr mit einem Innendurchmesser von 1 cm
inner diameter; inside diameter
inner diameters; inside diameters
a tube with a 1cm inside diameter; a tube with an inside diameter of 1cm
Lauf {m} (eines Gewehrs); Rohr {n} (einer Kanone) [mil.]
gezogener Lauf
glatter Lauf
barrel (of a rifle or cannon)
rifle bore barrel
smooth bore barrel
Leitungsrohr {n}; Rohr {n} [techn.]
Leitungsrohre {pl}; Rohre {pl}
drehbares Rohr; Schwenkrohr {n}
conduit pipe; pipe
conduit pipes; pipes
swing pipe
Pfahlrohr {n}; Spanisches Rohr {n}; Riesenschilf {n} (Arundo donax) [bot.]
wild cane; Spanish cane; giant cane; giant reed
Röhre {f}; Rohr {n}
Röhren {pl}; Rohre {pl}
duct
ducts
(dünnwandiges) Rohr {n}; Schlauch {m}
Rohre {pl}; Schläuche {pl}
Gelenkrohr {n}; Schwenkrohr {n}
geplatztes Rohr
geriffeltes Rohr
quadratisches Rohr
rechteckige Rohre
Rohre in Lagerlänge
tube
tubes
articulated tube
burst pipe
corrugated tube
square tube
rectangular tubes
tubes in mill lengths
in Rohren leiten; durch ein Rohr leiten
in Rohren leitend; durch ein Rohr leitend
in Rohren geleitet; durch Rohre geleitet
to pipe
piping
piped
Rohr {n}; Rohrleitung {f}
conduit
volles Rohr; volle Granate [ugs.]
like gangbusters [slang]
aus vollem Rohr; auf vollen Touren; auf Hochtouren; voll {adv}
die Heizung voll aufdrehen
Die Musikanlage lief mit voller Lautstärke war voll aufgedreht.
Die Maschinen liefen auf vollen Touren auf Hochtouren.
at full blast; full bast
to turn up the heating full blast
The music centre was going full blast.
The machines were running at full blast.
Rohr-Isoliermatte {f} (Sanitärinstallation) [techn.]
quilt (plumbing)
Rohr-Steg-Rohr-Ausführung {f} RStR [mach.]
tube-fin construction
S-Rohr {n}; S-Stück {n}; Sprungrohr {n}
S-Rohre {pl}; S-Stücke {pl}; Sprungrohre {pl}
ess pipe; ess tube; S pipe; S tube; offset
ess pipes; ess tubes; S pipes; S tubes; offsets
Wärmeaustauscher {m}; Wärmetauscher {m}; Wärmeübertrager {m}; Rückströmer {m}; Gegenströmer {m} [techn.]
Wärmeaustauscher {pl}; Wärmetauscher {pl}; Wärmeübertrager {pl}; Rückströmer {pl}; Gegenströmer {pl}
U-Rohr-Wärmetauscher
Wärmeübertrager durch sprudelnde Wasserschicht
Wärmetauscher Typ Kettle
heat exchanger
heat exchangers
U-tube exchanger
froth-contact heat exchanger
Kettle type heat exchange
Ziehende {n} (eines Rohrs) (Metallurgie)
bei einem Rohr das Ziehende herstellen
nozzle (of a tube) (metallurgy)
to nozzle a tube
etw. abschneiden; abtrennen; abzwacken [ugs.] {vt}
abschneidend; abtrennend; abzwackend
abgeschnitten; abgetrennt; abgezwackt
schneidet ab; trennt ab
schnitt ab; trennte ab
das Glas vom Rohr sprengen
to cut off; to clip off
cutting off; clipping off
cut off; clipped off
cuts off; clips off
cut off; clipped off
to cut off the glass tube
etw. ausbilden; etw. bilden; etw. entwickeln {vt}
ausbildend; bildend; entwickelnd
ausgebildet; gebildet; entwickelt
Fähigkeiten entwickeln
regelmäßig Übungen machen um seine Muskeln auszubilden
Er hat als Kind ein Interesse für Musik entwickelt.
Irgendwann hat das Rohr dann ein Leck bekommen.
to develop sth. (to gradually begin to have sth.)
developing
developed
to develop faculties
to exercise regularly to develop one's muscles
He developed an interest in music when he was a child.
At some point the pipe developed a leak.
dafür {adv} (für diesen Zweck)
Dafür ist diese E-Mail.
Man benötigt dafür einen Holzpflock und ein Rohr.
for it; for this; for that; therefor
That's what this email is for.
For this use a wooden stake and a tube are required.
(aus Rohr) flechten {vt}
flechtend
geflochten
to cane
caning
caned
etw. spülen; etw. ausspülen {vt} (Rohr Toilette etc.) [constr.]
spülend; ausspülend
gespült; ausgespült
die Toilette spülen
to flush sth.; to flush out <> sth.
flushing; flushing out
flushed; flushed out
to flush the toilet
Rohrabschneider {m}
Rohrabschneider {pl}
tubing cutter
tubing cutters
Rohrammer {f} [ornith.]
Reed Bunting (Emberiza schoeniclus)
Rohrammer {f} (Emberiza schoeniclus) [ornith.]
reed bunting
Rohrauftreibdorn {m}
tube flaring punch
Rohrauftreibdorn {m}
Rohrauftreibdorne {pl}
tube flaring punch
tube flaring punches
Rohrband {n}
Rohrbände {pl}
saddle clip
saddle clips
Rohrband {n}
saddle clip
Rohrbefestigung {f}
Rohrbefestigungen {pl}
pipe clamp, pipe support
pipe clamps, pipe supports
Rohrbefestigung {f}
Rohrbefestigungen {pl}
pipe clamp; pipe support
pipe clamps; pipe supports
Rohrbelag {m} (Ablagerung) [mach.]
tube deposit; tube deposits
Rohrbestiftung {f} [mach.]
tube studding
Rohrbiegedorn {m} [techn.]
Rohrbiegedorne {pl}
bending mandrel
bending mandrels
Rohrbinder {m}
Rohrbinder {pl}
pipe connector
pipe connectors
Rohrblatt {m} (Zunge zur Tonerzeugung an Holzblasinstrumenten) [mus.]
Rohrblätter {pl}
Rohrblatt für Oboe
aufschlagendes Rohrblatt; Gegenschlagzunge {f}
reed (woodwind instrument)
reeds
oboe reed
striking reed; beating reed
Rohrboden {m} [techn.]
Rohrboden, am Mantel verschweißt
tube bottom
stationary tubesheet
Rohrboden {m} [techn.]
Rohrboden am Mantel verschweißt
tube bottom
stationary tubesheet
Rohrbogen {m}
Rohrbögen {pl}
pipe bend, tube turn
pipe bends, tube turns
Rohrbogen {m}
Rohrbögen {pl}
pipe bend; tube turn
pipe bends; tube turns
Krümmer {m} (Rohrbogen) [mach.]
Krümmer {pl}
bend; elbow
bends; elbows
Bombe {f}; Abwurfwaffe {f} [mil.]
Bomben {pl}; Abwurfwaffen {pl}
Atombombe {f}; Nuklearbombe {f}; A-Bombe {f}
Blitzlichtbombe {f}
Brandbombe {f}
Leuchtbombe {f}
Napalmbombe {f}
Neutronenbombe {f}
Plutoniumbombe {f}
Rohrbombe {f}
Splitterbombe {f}
Sprengbombe {f}
Streubombe {f}; Schüttbombe {f}; Kassettenbombe {f}
Wasserstoffbombe {f}; H-Bombe {f}; thermonukleare Bombe {f}
Bombe mit Detonationsdruckzündung
Bombe mit verzögerter Zündung
gelenkte Bombe
ungelenkte Bombe {f}; Freifallbombe {f}
nicht detonierte Bombe
schmutzige Bombe; radiologische Dispersionsvorrichtung (konventioneller Sprengsatz der radioaktives Material verstreut)
eine Bombe scharfmachen
eine Bombe auf ein Ziel abwerfen
eine Brandbombe auf ein Ziel abwerfen {vt}
(an einem Ort) eine Bombe legen deponieren
eine Bombe zünden
die Bombe explodiert
Das Zimmer sah aus als hätte eine Bombe eingeschlagen.
bomb
bombs
nuclear bomb; A-bomb; atomic bomb
photoflash bomb
firebomb; incendiary bomb
flare bomb; illuminating bomb
napalm bomb
neutron bomb
plutonium bomb
pipe bomb
scatter bomb; fragmentation bomb
high-explosive bomb
cluster bomb
hydrogen bomb; H-bomb; fusion bomb; thermonuclear bomb
concussion bomb
delayed-action bomb
blind smart bomb; blind bomb
unguided bomb; free-fall bomb; gravity bomb
unexploded bomb
dirty bomb; radiological dispersal device RDD
to arm a bomb
to drop a bomb on a target
to firebomb a target
to plant a bomb (in a place)
to detonate a bomb
the bomb explodes goes off
The room looked like a bomb had hit it.
Rohrbruch {m}
Rohrbrüche {pl}
pipe burst
pipe bursts
Überschwemmung {f}, Überlaufen {n}, Rohrbruch {m}
Überschwemmungen {pl}
flooding
floodings
Ueberschwemmung, Ueberlaufen, Rohrbruch
flooding
Rohrbruch
pipe burst
Rohrbruch {m}
Rohrbrüche {pl}
pipe burst; pipe failure; tube failure; burst pipe
pipe bursts; pipe failures; tube failures
Rohrbruchventil {n} [techn.]
Rohrbruchventile {pl}
pipe break valve
pipe break valves
Rohrbrücke {f}
Rohrbrücken {pl}
pipeline bridge
pipeline bridges
Rohrbrücke {f} [mach.]
Rohrbrücken {pl}
pipeline bridge; pipe bridge; pipe rack
pipeline bridges; pipe bridges; pipe racks
Rohrbrunnen {m}
Rohrbrunnen {pl}
tube well
tube wells
Rohrbrunnen {m}
Rohrbrunnen {pl}
bore-hole well
bore-hole wells
Gasse {f} (in einem Rohrbündel) [mach.]
lane (in a tube bank)
Rohrbündel {n}
bundle of pipes
Rohrbündel-Wärmetauscher {m}
tube bundel heat exchange
Rohrbündel {n} [mach.]
fluchtendes Rohrbündel
versetztes Rohrbündel
bundle of pipes
in-line (tube) bank
staggered (tube) bank
Rohrbündel-Wärmetauscher {m}
tube bundle heat exchange
Hochleistungs-Rohrbündelverdampfer {m} [techn.]
high-efficiency tube bundel evaporator
Hochleistungs-Rohrbündelverdampfer {m} [techn.]
high-efficiency tube bundle evaporator
Rohrbündelwärmeaustauscher {m} [mach.]
Rohrbündelwärmeaustauscher {pl}
shell-and-tube heat exchanger
shell-and-tube heat exchangers
Reetdach {n}; Rohrdach {n}; Schilfdach {n}
Reetdächer {pl}; Rohrdächer {pl}; Schilfdächer {pl}
thatched roof
thatched roofs
Expansionsmuffe {f}; Expansionsteil {n}; Rohrdehnungsausgleichselement {n}; Dehnungsausgleicher {m}; Kompensator {m} (Rohrleitungen)
Expansionsmuffen {pl}; Expansionsteile {pl}; Rohrdehnungsausgleichselemente {pl}; Dehnungsausgleicher {pl}; Kompensatoren {pl}
expansion joint (pipelines)
expansion joints
Schilf {n}; Schilfgürtel {m}; Röhricht {n}; Rohrdickicht {n} [geogr.]
reeds; canebrake [Am.]
Rohrdommel {f} [ornith.]
Great Bittern (Botaurus stellaris)
Nordamerikanische Rohrdommel {f} [ornith.]
American Bittern
Südamerikanische Rohrdommel {f} [ornith.]
Pinnated Bittern
Australische Rohrdommel {f} [ornith.]
Australian Bittern
Rohrdommel {f} [ornith.]
Eurasian Bittern
Rohrdommel {f} (Botaurus stellaris) [ornith.]
great bittern
Rohrdoradito {m} [ornith.]
Warbling Doradito
Leitungen {pl}, Rohre {pl}, Installationen {pl}
plumbing
Rohre {pl}
pipework
konifiziert, beidseitig gestaucht {adj}
doppelt konifiziert
konifizierte Rohre
double butted
triple butted
butted tubing
Rohre, Schlaeuche
tubes
Anbohrständer {m} (für Rohre) [techn.]
Anbohrständer {pl}
drilling-and-tapping stand
drilling-and-tapping stands
Bördelgerät {n} für Rohre [techn.]
Bördelgeräte {pl} für Rohre
tube flaring tool
tube flaring tools
Leitungen {pl}; Rohre {pl}; Installationen {pl}
plumbing
Leitungsanlage {f}; Rohre {pl}
(Rohre) angeordnet nach Örtlichkeit
pipework
(pipework) routed to suit local conditions; (pipework) routed to suit conditions in situ
Stemmmuffen-Verbindung {f}; Muffenstemmverbindung {f} mit Hanf und Blei (Rohre) [techn.]
lead joint; bell-and-spigot joint (pipes)
Überwurfmutter {f} (Rohre)
Überwurfmuttern {pl}
union nut; spigot nut; swivel nut (pipes)
union nuts; spigot nuts; swivel nuts
Verschraubung {f}; Schraubverbindung {f} [techn.]
Verschraubungen {pl}; Schraubverbindungen {pl}
Verschraubung für Rohre
Verschraubung mit Durchsteckschrauben
screw screwed joint connection union; screw fitting; screwing
screw screwed joints connections unions; screw fittings; screwings
union piece
bolted joint connection
konifiziert; beidseitig gestaucht {adj}
doppelt konifiziert
konifizierte Rohre
double butted
triple butted
butted tubing
Innendruckprobe {f}; Abdrücktest {m} (bei Kesseln und Rohren) [techn.]
internal pressure test; burst test
(ringförmige) Kühlrippe {f} (an Rohren); Kühlring {m}; Rippenring {m}; Ringrippe {f}
Kühlrippen {pl}; Kühlringe {pl}; Rippenringe {pl}; Ringrippen {pl}
gill
gills
Röhrenstreifen {m}; Rohrschiene {f}; Bandstahl {m} (zur Herstellung von Rohren) (Metallurgie) [techn.]
skelp (metallurgy)
Kollabieren {n} (Schrumpfen eines innenbeschichteten Rohres zur Vorform) [techn.]
consolidation (shrinking of an inside-coated tube to a preform)
Rohrfänger {m}
casing puller; casing catcher; casing spear; casing dog; tubing hanger; tubing catcher; bulldog spear
Rohrfeder-Manometer {n}
Bourdon-tube gauge
Aufsteckschlüssel {m}; Steckschlüssel {m} [techn.]
Aufsteckschlüssel {pl}; Steckschlüssel {pl}
Ratsche {f}
(rohrförmiger) Dreikant-Steckschlüssel {m}
Dreikant-Steckschlüssel mit Griff
socket spanner [Br.]; socket wrench [Am.]
socket spanners; socket wrenches
ratchet spanner wrench
three-square box spanner [Br.]; three-square socket wrench [Am.]; triangular wrench [Am.]; tee wrench [Am.]
male triangular tee spanner wrench
Stahlrohrgerüst {n}; Rohrgerüst {n} [constr.]
Stahlrohrgerüste {pl}; Rphrgerüste {pl}
tubular scaffolding
tubular scaffoldings
kegliges Rohrgewinde [techn.]
national pipe taper, NPT
kegliges Rohrgewinde [techn.]
national pipe taper; NPT
Rohrgewindebohrer {m}
Rohrgewindebohrer {pl}
pipe tap
pipe taps
Rohrgewindebohrer {m} [mach.]
Rohrgewindebohrer {pl}
pipe tap
pipe taps
Rohrgewindeschneidmaschine {f}
pipe threader
Rohrgewindeschneidmaschine {f} [mach.]
Rohrgewindeschneidmaschinen {pl}
pipe threader
pipe threaders
Rohrgrab {n}
pipe trench
Rohrheizung {f}
Rohrheizungen {pl}
pipe heating
pipe heatings
Rohrkarpfen {m}; Döbel {m}; Aitel {m} [Bayr.] [Ös.]; Eitel {m} [Bayr.] [Ös.]; Alet {m} [Schw.] (Leuciscus cephalus) [zool.]
Rohrkarpfen {pl}; Döbel {pl}; Aitel {pl}; Eitel {pl}; Aleten {pl}
European chub; round chub; fat chub; chub; chevin; pollard
European chubs; round chubs; fat chubs; chubs; chevins; pollards
Rohrkolben {pl}; Lampenputzer {pl}; Schlotfeger {pl} [Dt.] (Typha) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
bulrushes; reedmaces [Br.]; catninetails [Am.]; cattails [Am.]; punks [Am.]; cumbungi [Austr.]; raupo [NZ] (botanical genus)
Rohrkolbengewächse {pl} (Typhaceae) (botanische Familie) [bot.]
cat-tail family (botanical family)
Rohrkonstruktion {f}
tubular construction
Rohrkrepierer {m}
barrel burst
Rohrkrepierer {m} [mil.]
Rohrkrepierer {pl}
barrel burst
barrel bursts
Rohrkrepierer {m} [übtr.]; Reinfall {m}
flop; damp squib
Rohrkreuz {n} (Versteifung) [mach.]
Rohrkreuze {pl}
tubular-cross strutting
tubular-cross struttings
Rohrkrümmer {m}; Schlauchkrümmer {m}; Krümmer {m} [mach.]
Rohrkrümmer {pl}; Schlauchkrümmer {pl}; Krümmer {pl}
drehbarer Krümmer
elbow; bend
elbows; bends
swivel elbow
Rohrlänge {f}
length of tube
Langgutpalette {f} (Rohrlager)
Langgutpaletten {pl}
long-stock storage rack
long-stock storage racks
Rohrlager {n} (Bevorratung)
tube store; pipe store
Rohrlager {n} (Aufhängung) [mach.]
clamp base
Rohrleger {m}
Rohrleger {pl}
pipeman; pipe fitter
pipemen; pipe fitters
Rohrlegung {f}; Rohrverlegung {f} [techn.]
bedding of tubes or pipes
Dampfsieb {n} (Rohrleitung) [mach.]
Dampfsiebe {pl}
steam strainer
steam strainers
Leitung {f}, Pipeline {f}, Rohrleitung {f}
Leitungen {pl}, Pipelines {pl}, Rohrleitungen {pl}
über eine Leitung leiten
pipeline
pipelines
to pipeline
Rohrleitung {f}
gerade Rohrleitung
piping
straight piping
hydraulische Schwingbremse {f} (Rohrleitung) [mach.]
hydraulic shock absorber
Rohrleitung
piping
Durchgangsventil {n} (Rohrleitung) [techn.]
Durchgangsventile {pl}
stop valve (for ducts)
stop valves
Leitung {f}; Pipeline {f}; Rohrleitung {f}
Leitungen {pl}; Pipelines {pl}; Rohrleitungen {pl}
über eine Leitung leiten
in Planung; in Vorbereitung; im Planungsstadium; auf Halde [ugs.]
pipeline; pipe line
pipelines; pipe lines
to pipeline
in the pipeline [coll.]
Mischschleife {f} (Rohrleitung) [mach.]
Mischschleifen {pl}
mixing loop
mixing loops
Rohrleitung {f}
Rohrleitungen {pl}
gerade Rohrleitung
piping
pipings
straight piping
Wasserschlag {m} (Rohrleitung) [techn.] [mach.]
water hammer
erdverlegt {adj} [techn.]
erdverlegte Rohrleitung
buried
buried pipework
unterseeisch; Untersee ...; submarin {adj} [naut.]
die submarine Planzenwelt
submarines Plateau {n}
unterseeische Rohrleitung
unterseeisches Hochspannungskabel
submarine
submarine plant life
submarine plateau
submarine pipeline
submarine high-voltage power cable
Rohrleitungen
pipings
Absperrarmatur {f}; Absperrorgan {n} (in Rohrleitungen) [techn.]
Absperrarmaturen {pl}; Absperrorgane {pl}
shut-off valve; shut-off element (in pipelines)
shut-off valves; shut-off elements
Kompensator {m} (Expansionsteil bei Rohrleitungen)
bellow expansion joint; concertina-type expansion joint (expansion bellows in pipelines)
Leitungshahn {m}; Zapfhahn {m}; Hahn {m} [ugs.] (Rohrleitungen)
Leitungshähne {pl}; Zapfhähne {pl}; Hähne {pl}
Schwenkhahn {m}
tap [Br.]; faucet [Am.]; spigot; tapping cock; cock [coll.] (pipework)
taps; faucets; spigots; tapping cocks; cocks
swivel tap
Verschraubungsbügel {m} (Rohrleitungen)
Verschraubungsbügel {pl}
union bow (pipelines)
union bows
Rohrleitungs- und Instrumentenfließbild {n}; RI-Fließbild {n}
piping and instrumentation diagram P&ID
Rohrleitungsbau {m}
pipeline construction
Rohrleitungsdiagramm {n}
Rohrleitungsdiagramme {pl}
piping diagram
piping diagrams
Rohrleitungspionier {m}, Pipeline-Pionier {m} [mil.]
Rohrleitungspioniere {pl}, Pipeline-Pioniere {pl}
pipeline engineer
pipeline engineers
Rohrleitungspionier {m}; Pipeline-Pionier {m} [mil.]
Rohrleitungspioniere {pl}; Pipeline-Pioniere {pl}
pipeline engineer
pipeline engineers
Rohrmolch {m} (Rohrreiniger) [mach.]
Rohrmolche {pl}
pipe scraper; pig
pipe scrapers; pigs
Rohrmühle {f} [techn.]
Rohrmühlen {pl}
tube mill
tube mills
Muffe {f}; Rohrmuffe {f}
Muffen {pl}; Rohrmuffen {pl}
pipe collar; pipe coupling; pipe sleeve; pipe socket
pipe collars; pipe couplings; pipe sleeves; pipe sockets
Rohrnetz {n}
piping
Rohrnetz {n}
Rohrnetze {pl}
piping; pipage
pipings; pipages
Rohrniet {m}
tubular rivet
Rohrniet {m}
Rohrnieten {pl}
tubular rivet
tubular rivets
Rohrnippel {n}
pipe nipple
Rohrnippel {n}
Rohrnippel {pl}
pipe nipple
pipe nipples
Rohrohrzucker {m}
raw cane sugar
Rohrpaket {n} (Kessel) [mach.]
Rohrpakete {pl}
tube bank
tube banks
Rohrpfeife {f}
quill
Rohrpfeife {f}
Rohrpfeifen {pl}
quill
quills
Rohrpost {f}
pneumatic post
Wendebetrieb {m} (Rohrpost)
single-tube operation (pneumatic post)
Rohrrahmen {m}
tubular steel
Rohrratten {pl}; Grasnager {pl} (Thryonomyidae) (zoologische Familie) [zool.]
große Rohrratte (Thryonomys swinderianus)
kleine Rohrratte (Thryonomys gregorianus)
cane rats; grass cutters (zoological genus)
greater cane rat
lesser cane rat
Rohrreduzierstück {n}
pipe bushing
Rohrreduzierstück {n}
Rohrreduzierstücke {pl}
pipe bushing
pipe bushings
Widerstand {m} [electr.] [phys.]
Ausbreitungswiderstand {m} [electr.]
Erdableitwiderstand {m} [electr.]
akustischer Widerstand
elektrischer Widerstand
Filterwiderstand {m}
magnetischer Widerstand
Rohrreibung {f}
Schiebewiderstand {m}; Schubwiderstand {m} (Mechanik)
Zugwiderstand {m} (Bahn)
resistance
earth resistance; resistance of the earth electrode earth plate
resistance to earth [Br.] ground [Am.]
acoustic resistance
electrical resistance
resistance of the filter (medium)
magnetic resistance
resistance of the pipes
resistance to sliding friction; resistance to slide (mechanics)
resistance of train; resistance to traction (railway)
Rohrreiniger {m} (Werkzeug) [mach.]
Rohrreiniger {pl}
tube scraper; pig
tube scrapers; pigs
Rohrriegel {m}
tubular cross bar
Dickschnabel-Rohrsänger {m} [ornith.]
Thick-billed Warbler
Langschnabel-Rohrsänger {m} [ornith.]
Long-billed Reed Warbler
Gelbbauch-Rohrsänger {m} [ornith.]
Yellow Swamp Warbler
Rohrsänger {pl} (Acrocephalus) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Buschrohrsänger {m} (Acrocephalus dumetorum)
Drosselrohrsänger {m} (Acrocephalus arundinaceus)
Feldrohrsänger {m} (Acrocephalus agricola)
Mariskenrohrsänger {m} (Acrocephalus melanopogon)
Schilfrohrsänger {m} (Acrocephalus schoenobaenus)
Seggenrohrsänger {m} (Acrocephalus paludicola)
Sumpfrohrsänger {m} (Acrocephalus palustris)
Teichrohrsänger {m} (Acrocephalus scirpaceus)
marsh warblers; reed warblers (zoological genus)
Blyth's reed-warbler
great reed-warbler
paddyfield warbler
moustached warbler
sedge warbler
aquatic warbler
marsh warbler
(Eurasian) reed-warbler
Rohrsatz {m} [techn.]
Rohrsätze {pl}
tube set
tube sets
Rohrsatz {m} [techn.]
tube set
Rundschlüssel {m}; Rohrschaftschlüssel {m}; Tubularschlüssel {m}
Rundschlüssel {pl}; Rohrschaftschlüssel {pl}; Tubularschlüssel {pl}
tubular key
tubular keys
Rohrschalldämpfer {m} [techn.]
inline silencer
Rohrschalldämpfer {m} [techn.]
Rohrschalldämpfer {pl}
inline silencer
inline silencers
Rohrschelle {f}
Rohrschellen {pl}
pipe clip, pipe clamp, pipe bracket
pipe clips, pipe clamps, pipe brackets
Rohrschelle {f}
Rohrschellen {pl}
pipe clip; pipe clamp; pipe bracket
pipe clips; pipe clamps; pipe brackets
Rohrschlüpfer {m} [ornith.]
Wren-like Rushbird
Rohrschlüssel {m}
Rohrschlüssel {pl}
pipe wrench
pipe wrenches
Rohrschlüssel {m} [techn.]
Rohrschlüssel {pl}
pipe wrench
pipe wrenches
Rohrschwirl {f} [ornith.]
Savi's Warbler (Locustella luscinioides)
Rohrschwirl {f} (Locustella luscinioides) [ornith.]
Savi's warbler
Rohrspottdrossel {f} [ornith.]
Black-capped Mocking Trush
Rohrstock {m}
Rohrstöcke {pl}
cane
canes
mit einem Stock schlagen {vt}
mit einem Stock schlagend
mit einem Stock geschlagen
jdn. mit dem Rohrstock schlagen
to cane
caning
caned
to cane sb.
Stutzen {m}, Rohrstück {n} [techn.]
Stutzen {pl}, Rohrstücke {pl}
pipe end, spout, filler pipe
pipe ends, spouts, filler pipes
Stutzen {m}; Rohrstück {n} [techn.]
Stutzen {pl}; Rohrstücke {pl}
pipe end; spout; filler pipe
pipe ends; spouts; filler pipes
Rohrstutzen {m}
Rohrstutzen {pl}
pipe bracket, pipe socket, nipple
pipe brackets, pipe sockets, nipples
Rohrstutzen
nipple
Rohrstutzen {m}
Rohrstutzen {pl}
pipe bracket; pipe socket; nipple
pipe brackets; pipe sockets; nipples
Rohrsystem {n}
Rohrsysteme {pl}
pipe system
pipe systems
Rohrtour {f}
wassersperrende Rohrtour
string; casing string; pipe string
water string
Rohrtrenner {n} [techn.]
backflow preventer
Rohrverbinder {m}
Rohrverbinder {pl}
pipe coupling
pipe couplings
Rohrverbindung {f}
Rohrverbindungen {pl}
pipe connection, tube joint
pipe connections, tube joints
Rohrverbindung {f}
Rohrverbindungen {pl}
pipe connection; tube joint
pipe connections; tube joints
Rohrverlegung {f}
piping; pipe laying; pipe installation
Rohrverschlussschraube {f} [techn.]
Rohrverschlussschrauben {pl}
pipe plug
pipe plugs
Rohrverschraubung {f} [techn.]
Rohrverschraubungen {pl}
pipe screw joint
pipe screw joints
lötlose Rohrverschraubung {f} [techn.]
refrigeration flare type fitting
Verbindungsmuffe {f} [mach.]
Verbindungsmuffen {pl}
Verbindungsmuffe für Rohrverschraubungen
coupling sleeve; sleeve
coupling sleeves; sleeves
crewed conduit coupling sleeve
Rohrvortrieb {m} [techn.]
pipe jacking
Geschütz {n}, Kanone {f}, Rohrwaffe {f} [mil.]
Geschütze {pl}, Kanonen {pl}, Rohrwaffen {pl}
schwenkbares Geschütz
gun
guns
flexible gun
Geschütz {n}; Kanone {f}; Rohrwaffe {f} [mil.]
Geschütze {pl}; Kanonen {pl}; Rohrwaffen {pl}
schwenkbares Geschütz
gun
guns
flexible gun
Rohrwandelementstoß {m} [mach.]
wall panel abutment
Rohrwandsollbreite {f} [mach.]
design panel width
Rohrwandstärke {f} [mach.]
tube wall thickness; pipe wall thickness
Rohrweihe {f} [ornith.]
Western Marsh-Harrier (Circus aeruginosus)
Rohrweihe {f} (Circus aeruginosus) [ornith.]
western marsh-harrier
Rohrweite {f}
diameter of a pipe
Rohrwerkstatt {f} [mach.]
tube shop
Rohrwischer {m}, Kanonenwischer {m}, Ofenwäscher {m}
scovel
Rohrwischer, Kanonenwischer, Ofenwaescher
scovel
Rohrwischer {m}; Kanonenwischer {m}; Ofenwäscher {m}
scovel
Ketten-Rohrzange {f}
chain wrench
Rohrzange {f}
pipe wrench
Rohrzange {f}
gaspipe pliers
Rohrzange
gaspipe pliers
Rohrzange {f}
pipe gas cylinder wrench; pipe casing tongs
Rohrzieher {m}; Rohrzange {f} [min.]
pipe-catch
Rohrzange {f}
casing tongs
Rohrzangenkette {f}
Rohrzangenketten {pl}
wrench chain
wrench chains
Dorn {m} [techn.]
Dorne {pl}
Dorn für Platinenschichtung
fester Dorn zum Rohrziehen (Metallurgie)
mandrel; mandril [Br.]; arbor [Am.]
mandrels; mandrils; arbors
stacking mandrel
broach (metallurgy)
Stopfen {m}; Dorn {m} (beim Rohrziehen) [techn.]
fester Stopfen
loser Stopfen
plug (in tube drawing)
fixed plug
floating plug
Rohrzucker {m}, Rübenzucker {m}
sucrose
Rohrzucker {m}
cane sugar
Rohrzucker
sucrose
Rohrzucker {m}; Rübenzucker {m} [cook.] [agr.]
sucrose
Rohrzucker {m} [cook.] [agr.]
cane sugar
Rohrzuckermelasse {f}, Zuckerrohrmelasse {f}
sugar-cane molasses
Rohrzuckermelasse {f}; Zuckerrohrmelasse {f} [cook.] [agr.]
sugar-cane molasses

Deutsche Synonyme für Rohrbelag

Englische Synonyme für tube deposit; tube deposits

tube  Amtrak  L  Photronic cell  adjutage  amplifier  anode  attenuator  audio-frequency tube  baggage train  ballast regulator  ballast tube  barrel  base  beam-switching tube  bole  branch  cable railroad  cable railway  cask  catheter  cathode  cathode-ray tube  channel  choo-choo  cog railroad  cog railway  color kinescope  column  convertor  current regulator  cylinder  cylindroid  damper  detector  direct-viewing tube  discharge tube  discriminator  dissector tube  doubler  drainpipe  drum  efflux tube  el  electric  electric railway  electric train  electrode  electron-image tube  elevated  elevated railway  embankment  express  express train  feeder  feeder line  filament  fire hose  flier  flue pipe  flume  focus tube  freight  freight train  freighter  funicular  funnel  garden hose  gas phototube  gas pipe  generator  goods train  gravity-operated railway  grid  horse railway  hose  hosepipe  iconoscope  image dissector  image iconoscope  interurban  inverter  junction  kinescope  light railroad  lightning express  limited  limiter  line  local  local-oscillator tube  main line  metro  milk train  mixer tube  modulator  monorail  monoscope  multiplier  multiplier phototube  multipurpose tube  multivibrator  nipple  organ pipe  oscillator  output tube  parliamentary  parliamentary train  passenger train  phase inverter  photocathode  photoconductor cell  photomultiplier tube  phototube  photovoltaic cell  picture tube  pillar  pipe  pipeline  pipette  piping  plate  power tube  pulse generator  put through channels  rack railway  rack-and-pinion railroad  rack-and-pinion railway  radio tube  radio-frequency tube  rail  rail line  railroad  railroad train  railway  rattler  receiving tube  rectifier tube  reed  reed pipe  regulator  repeater  roadbed  roadway  roll  roller  rolling stock  rouleau  shuttle  shuttle train  siamese  siamese connection  sidetrack  siding  siphon  snorkel  soft phototube  soil pipe  special  standpipe  steam pipe  stem  straw  s  
tubercle  abscess  aposteme  bed sore  bilge  blain  bleb  blister  blob  boil  boss  bow  bubble  bubo  bulb  bulbil  bulge  bulla  bump  bunch  bunion  burl  button  cahot  canker  canker sore  carbuncle  chancre  chancroid  chilblain  chine  clump  cold sore  condyle  convex  corm  dowel  ear  eschar  felon  fester  festering  fever blister  fistula  flange  flap  furuncle  furunculus  gall  gathering  gnarl  gumboil  handle  hemorrhoids  hill  hump  hunch  jog  joggle  kibe  knob  knot  knur  knurl  lesion  lip  loop  lump  mole  mountain  nevus  nub  nubbin  nubble  papilloma  papula  papule  paronychia  parulis  peg  petechia  piles  pimple  pock  polyp  pustule  radicle  radix  rhizome  rib  ridge  ring  rising  root  rootstock  scab  shoulder  soft chancre  sore  spine  stigma  stud  sty  style  suppuration  swelling  tab  tap  taproot  tuber  tubercule  ulcer  ulceration  verruca  vesicle  wale  wart  welt  wheal  whelk  whitlow  wound  
tubercular  allergic  anemic  apoplectic  arthritic  bilious  burled  cancerous  chlorotic  colicky  consumptive  dropsical  dyspeptic  edematous  encephalitic  epileptic  gnarled  gnarly  knobbed  knobby  knoblike  knotted  knotty  knurled  knurly  laryngitic  leprous  luetic  malarial  malignant  measly  nephritic  neuralgic  neuritic  nodal  noded  nodiform  nodular  nodulated  noduled  nubbled  nubbly  nubby  palsied  paralytic  phthisic  pleuritic  pneumonic  pocky  podagric  rachitic  rheumatic  rickety  scorbutic  scrofulous  studded  tabetic  tabid  torose  tuberculous  tuberose  tuberous  tumorigenic  tumorous  
tuberculosis  African lethargy  Asiatic cholera  Chagres fever  German measles  Haverhill fever  TB  acute articular rheumatism  aerogenic tuberculosis  ague  alkali disease  ambulatory plague  amebiasis  amebic dysentery  anthrax  bacillary dysentery  bastard measles  black death  black fever  black plague  blackwater fever  breakbone fever  brucellosis  bubonic plague  cachectic fever  cellulocutaneous plague  cerebral rheumatism  cerebral tuberculosis  chicken pox  cholera  colliquation  consumption  cowpox  dandy fever  deer fly fever  defervescing plague  dengue  dengue fever  diphtheria  disseminated tuberculosis  dumdum fever  dysentery  elephantiasis  encephalitis lethargica  enteric fever  epidemic  epiphytotic  epizootic  erysipelas  famine fever  five-day fever  flu  frambesia  glandular fever  glandular plague  grippe  hansenosis  hemorrhagic plague  hepatitis  herpes  herpes simplex  herpes zoster  histoplasmosis  hookworm  hydrophobia  infantile paralysis  infectious mononucleosis  inflammatory rheumatism  influenza  jail fever  jungle rot  kala azar  kissing disease  larval plague  lepra  leprosy  leptospirosis  loa loa  loaiasis  lockjaw  lupus vulgaris  madness  malaria  malarial fever  marsh fever  measles  meningitis  milzbrand  mumps  murrain  ornithosis  osteomyelitis  pandemia  pandemic  paratyphoid fever  parotitis  parrot fever  pertussis  pest  pesthole  pestilence  phthisis  plague  plague spot  pneumonia  pneumonic plague  polio  poliomyelitis  polyarthritis rheumatism  ponos  premonitory plague  psittacosis  pulmonary tuberculosis  rabbit fever  rabies  rat-bite fever  relapsing fever  rheumatic fever  rickettsialpox  ringworm  rubella  rubeola  scarlatina  scarlet fever  schistosomiasis  scourge  scrofula  scrofuloderma  septic sore throat  septicemic plague  shingles  siderating plague  sleeping sickness  sleepy sickness  smallpox  snail fever  splenic fever  spotted fever  strep throat  swamp fever  tetanus  thrush  tinea  trench fever  
tuberosity  bas-relief  bellying  boldness  bulging  camber  convexedness  convexity  convexness  embossment  eminence  excrescence  excrescency  excurvation  excurvature  extrusion  gibbosity  gibbousness  high relief  low relief  projection  prominence  protrusion  protuberance  protuberancy  relief  salience  salient  tuberousness  
tuberous  botanic  bulbous  burled  cereal  farinaceous  fruitlike  fruity  gnarled  gnarly  herbaceous  herbal  herbose  herbous  herby  knobbed  knobby  knoblike  knotted  knotty  knurled  knurly  leguminose  leguminous  nodal  noded  nodiform  nodular  nodulated  noduled  nubbled  nubbly  nubby  plantlike  radicated  radiciform  radicular  rhizoid  rootlike  studded  torose  tubercular  tuberculous  tuberose  vegetable  vegetal  vegetarian  vegetational  vegetative  weedy  

Lexikoneinträge für tube deposit; tube deposits

Crookes tube () A vacuum tube in which the exhaustion is carried to a very high degree, with the production of a distinct class of effects
Deposit (n.) To lay down
Deposit (n.) To lay up or away for safe keeping
Deposit (n.) To lodge in some one's hands for safe keeping
Deposit (n.) To lay aside
Deposit (v. t.) That which is deposited, or laid or thrown down
Deposit (v. t.) A natural occurrence of a useful mineral under the conditions to invite exploitation.
Deposit (v. t.) That which is placed anywhere, or in any one's hands, for safe keeping
Deposit (v. t.) A bailment of money or goods to be kept gratuitously for the bailor.
Deposit (v. t.) Money lodged with a party as earnest or security for the performance of a duty assumed by the person depositing.
Deposit (v. t.) A place of deposit
Geissler tube () A glass tube provided with platinum electrodes, and containing some gas under very low tension, which becomes luminous when an electrical discharge is passed through it
Pitot's tube () A bent tube used to determine the velocity of running water, by placing the curved end under water, and observing the height to which the fluid rises in the tube
Tube (n.) A hollow cylinder, of any material, used for the conveyance of fluids, and for various other purposes
Tube (n.) A telescope.
Tube (n.) A vessel in animal bodies or plants, which conveys a fluid or other substance.
Tube (n.) The narrow, hollow part of a gamopetalous corolla.
Tube (n.) A priming tube, or friction primer. See under Priming, and Friction.
Tube (n.) A small pipe forming part of the boiler, containing water and surrounded by flame or hot gases, or else surrounded by water and forming a flue for the gases to pass through.
Tube (n.) A more or less cylindrical, and often spiral, case secreted or constructed by many annelids, crustaceans, insects, and other animals, for protection or concealment. See Illust. of Tubeworm.
Tube (n.) One of the siphons of a bivalve mollusk.
Tube (v. t.) To furnish with a tube
Tube-nosed (a.) Having the nostrils prolonged in the form of horny tubes along the sides of the beak
Tube-nosed (a.) Belonging to the Tubinares.
Tube-shell (n.) Any bivalve mollusk which secretes a shelly tube around its siphon, as the watering-shell.
Water tube () One of a system of tubular excretory organs having external openings, found in many invertebrates. They are believed to be analogous in function to the kidneys of vertebrates. See Illust. under Trematodea, and Sporocyst.

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deposit
deposition
the act of putting something somewhere
neural tube a tube of ectodermal tissue in the embryo from which the brain and spinal cord develop
harpy harpy bat
tube-nosed bat
tube-nosed fruit bat
any of various fruit bats of the genus Nyctimene distinguished by nostrils drawn out into diverging tubes
tube foot tentacular tubular process of most echinoderms (starfish and sea urchins and holothurians) having a sucker at the end and used for e.g. locomotion and respiration
acorn tube a small vacuum tube, used at high frequencies
blowgun
blowpipe blowtube blow tube
a tube through which darts can be shot by blowing
blowtube
blow tube
blowpipe
a tube that directs air or gas into a flame to concentrate heat
boron counter tube a proportional counter tube for counting neutrons
breech
rear of barrel
rear of tube
opening in the rear of the barrel of a gun where bullets can be loaded
capillary
capillary tube
capillary tubing
a tube of small internal diameter, holds liquid by capillary action
cathodeay tube
CRT
a vacuum tube in which a hot cathode emits a beam of electrons that pass through a high voltage anode and are focused or deflected before hitting a phosphorescent screen
color tube
colour tube
color television tube
colour television tube
color TV tube
colour TV tube
a television tube that displays images in full color
counter tube a measuring instrument for counting individual ionizing events
Crookes tube the original gas-discharge cathodeay tube
depository
deposit
depositary
repository
a facility where things can be deposited for storage or safekeeping
diode rectifying tube
rectifying valve
a thermionic tube having two electrodes, used as a rectifier
driven well
tube well
a well made by driving a tube into the earth to a stratum that bears water
endotracheal tube a catheter that is inserted into the trachea through the mouth or nose in order to maintain an open air passage or to deliver oxygen or to permit the suctioning of mucus or to prevent aspiration of the stomach contents
gas-discharge tube a tube in which an electric discharge takes place through a gas
Geiger tube
Geiger-Muller tube
an ionization chamber contained in a tube in a Geiger counter
glow tube a gas-discharge tube consisting of a cold cathode and a diode in a tube filled with gas, the color of the glow depends on the particular gas
inner tube an inflatable rubber tube that fits inside the casing of a pneumatic tire
ionization chamber
ionization tube
a measuring instrument that measures the amount of ionizing radiation
kinescope
picture tube
television tube
a cathodeay tube in a television receiver, translates the received signal into a picture on a luminescent screen
Kundt's tube a measuring instrument used to measure the speed of sound
metro
tube underground
subway system
subway
an electric railway operating below the surface of the ground (usually in a city), in Paris the subway system is called the `metro' and in London it is called the `tube' or the `underground'
nasotracheal tube a tube inserted into the trachea through the nose and pharynx, used to deliver oxygen
neon lamp
neon induction lamp
neon tube
a lamp consisting of a small gas-discharge tube containing neon at low pressure, luminescence is produced by the action of currents at high frequencies that are wrapped a few turns around the tube
pipe wrench
tube wrench
adjustable wrench for gripping and turning a pipe, has two serrated jaws that are adjusted to grip the pipe
Pitot-static tube
Pitot head
Pitot tube
measuring instrument consisting of a combined Pitot tube and static tube that measures total and static pressure, used in aircraft to measure airspeed
Pitot tube
Pitot
measuring instrument consisting of a right-angled tube with an open end that is directed in opposition to the flow of a fluid and used to measure the velocity of fluid flow
proportional counter tube
proportional counter
counter tube whose output pulse is proportional to number of ions produced
safe-deposit
safe-deposit box
safety-deposit
safety deposit box
deposit box
lockbox
a fireproof metal strongbox (usually in a bank) for storing valuables
speaking tube a tube for conveying the sound of a voice from one room to another
static tube a measuring instrument used to measure static pressure in a stream of fluid
televisionamera tube
television pickup tube
a tube that rapidly scans an optical image and converts it into electronic signals
television receiver
television television set
tv
tv set
idiot box
boob tube
telly
goggle box
an electronic device that receives television signals and displays them on a screen, the British call a tv set a telly
test tube glass tube closed at one end
torpedo tube a tube near the waterline of a vessel through which a torpedo is fired
tricolor television tube
tricolour television tube
tricolor tube
tricolour tube
a color television tube in which three primary colors are combined to give the full range of colors
tube
tubing
conduit consisting of a long hollow object (usually cylindrical) used to hold and conduct objects or liquids or gases
tube vacuum tube
thermionic vacuum tube
thermionic tube
electron tube
thermionic valve
electronic device consisting of a system of electrodes arranged in an evacuated glass or metal envelope
Venturi tube a short tube inserted into a pipeline and used to measure the quantity of a liquid that is flowing in the pipeline
Xay tube a vacuum tube containing a metal target onto which a beam of electrons is directed at high energy for the generation of X rays
tube
tube-shaped structure
(anatomy) any hollow cylindrical body structure
Eustachian tube
auditory tube
either of the paired tubes connecting the middle ears to the nasopharynx, equalizes air pressure on the two sides of the eardrum
Fallopian tube
uterine tube
oviduct
either of a pair of tubes conducting the egg from the ovary to the uterus
cartilaginous tube a duct with cartilaginous walls
bronchus
bronchial tube
either of the two main branches of the trachea
alimentary canal
alimentary tract
digestive tube
digestive tract
gastrointestinal tract
GI tract
tubular passage of mucous membrane and muscle extending about . meters from mouth to anus, functions in digestion and elimination
deposit a payment given as a guarantee that an obligation will be met
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
FDIC
a federally sponsored corporation that insures accounts in national banks and other qualified institutions
alluvial sediment
alluvial deposit
alluvium
alluvion
clay or silt or gravel carried by rushing streams and deposited where the stream slows down
sediment
deposit
matter that has been deposited by some natural process
test-tube baby a baby conceived by fertilization that occurs outside the mother's body, the woman's ova are removed and mixed with sperm in a culture medium - if fertilization occurs the blastocyte is implanted in the woman's uterus
deposit
sedimentation
alluviation
the phenomenon of sediment or gravel accumulating
germ tube (botany) a slender tubular outgrowth from a spore in germination
pollen tube (botany) a slender tubular outgrowth from a pollen grain when deposited on the stigma for a flower, it penetrates the style and conveys the male gametes to the ovule
hypanthium
floral cup
calyx tube
the cuplike or ringlike or tubular structure of a flower which bears the sepals and stamens and calyx (as in Rosaceae)
sieve tube tube formed by cells joined end-to-end through which nutrients flow in flowering plants and brown algae
deposit money given as security for an article acquired for temporary use, his deposit was refunded when he returned the car
down payment
deposit
a partial payment made at the time of purchase, the balance to be paid later
margin security deposit the amount of collateral a customer deposits with a broker when borrowing from the broker to buy securities
time deposit account
deposit account
a savings account in which the deposit is held for a fixed term or in which withdrawals can be made only after giving notice or with loss of interest
certificate of deposit
CD
a debt instrument issued by a bank, usually pays interest
deposit bank deposit money deposited in a bank or some similar institution
demand deposit a bank deposit from which withdrawals can be made without notice
time deposit a certificate of deposit from which withdrawals can be made only after advance notice or at a specified future date
deposition
deposit
the natural process of laying down a deposit of something
pipe
tube
a hollow cylindrical shape
lodge
wedge stick deposit
put, fix, force, or implant, lodge a bullet in the table, stick your thumb in the crack
situate
fix posit
deposit
put (something somewhere) firmly, She posited her hand on his shoulder, deposit the suitcase on the bench, fix your eyes on this spot
tube place or enclose in a tube
tube ride or float on an inflated tube, We tubed down the river on a hot summer day
tube convey in a tube, inside Paris, they used to tube mail
deposit
bank
put into a bank account, She deposits her paycheck every month
tube provide with a tube or insert a tube into
tube-nosed having a tubular nose
tubular
cannular
tubelike
tube-shaped
vasiform
constituting a tube, having hollow tubes (as for the passage of fluids)

 

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