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Spindelm��hle Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Spindelmühle {f} [mach.]
Spindelmühlen {pl}
vertical spindle mill
vertical spindle mills
Ausgliederung {f}, Spin-Off {n}, Abspaltung {f}
spinoff, spin-off
Ausgliederung {f}; Ausgründung {f}; Spin-Off {n}; Abspaltung {f}
eine Ausgründung aus der Universität
spinoff; spin-off
a spin-off company from a university
Eigendrehmoment {n}; Spin {m} [phys.]
intrinsic angular momentum
Fermion {n}; Fermi-Teilchen {n} (Elementarteilchen mit halbzahligem Spin) [phys.]
Fermionen {pl}; Fermi-Teilchen {pl}
fermion (elementary particle with half-integer spin)
fermions
Isotopenspin {m}; Isospin {m}; isobarer Spin {m} (Kerntechnik) [techn.]
isotopic spin; i-spin (nuclear engineering)
skapular {adj}; Schulterblatt...; Skapula... [anat.]
Schulterblattlinie {f}; Skapularlinie {f}; Skapulalinie {f} (Linea scapularis)
Schulterblattmuskulatur {f}
Schulterblatteinschnitt {m} (Incisura scapulae)
Schulterblattreflex {m}
Schulterblattbereich {m}; Skapularregion {f}; Skapularegion {f} (Regio scapularis)
Schulterblattgräte {f} (Spina scapulae)
scapular
scapular line
scapular musculature
scapular notch
scapular reflex
scapular region
scapular spine
Spinat {m} (Spinacia) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Echter Spinat {m}; Gemüsespinat {m}; Gartenspinat {m}; Spinat {m} (Spinacia oleracea) [cook.]
spinach (botanical genus)
common spinach
spinal {adj}, Wirbelsäule bzw. Rückenmark betreffend [anat.]
spinal
spinal {adj}; Wirbelsäule bzw. Rückenmark betreffend [anat.]
spinal
Spinalanästhesie {f}; Liquorblockade {f}; Liquorsperre {f} [med.]
extradurale peridurale epidurale Spinalanästhesie
fraktionierte Spinalanästhesie
subarachnoidale Liquorblockade
spinal anaesthesia; rachianaesthesia; rachianalgesia; intraspinal block
extradural peridural epidural spinal anaesthesia
fractional spinal anaesthesia
subarachnoid block
(spinale) Kinderlähmung {f}, Poliomyelitis {f}, Polio {f}, entzündliche Erkrankung des Rückenmarks [med.]
poliomyelitis, polio, infantile paralysis [obs.]
(spinale) Kinderlähmung {f}; Poliomyelitis {f}; Polio {f}; entzündliche Erkrankung des Rückenmarks [med.]
poliomyelitis; polio; infantile paralysis [obs.]
Erschütterung {f} (eines Körperteils); Konkussion {f}; Kommotion {f} (Concussio Commotio) [med.]
Rückenmarkserschütterung {f} (Commotio spinalis)
concussion; commotion
concussion of the spinal cord
absteigend; deszendierend {adj} [med.]
absteigende Arterie (Arteria descendens)
absteigende Körperschlagader (Aorta descendens)
absteigendes Dickdarmgekröse (Mescolon descendens)
absteigender Schenkel der Henle'schen Schleife
Held'schs Bündel (Tractus vestibulo-spinalis)
efferente Nervenbahn
Aneurysma der absteigenden Körperschlagader (Aorta-descendens-Aneurysma)
descending; descendible
descending artery
descending aorta
descending mesocolon
descending limb
descending vestibular root (tract)
descending tract
descending thoracic aortic aneurysm
Spinalkanal {m} [anat.]
spinal canal
Spinat {m} [bot.] [cook.]
spinach
Spinat
spinach
Pilz-Spinat-Strudel {m} [cook.]
mushroom and spinach strudel
dito; detto [Bayr.] [Ös.] dto. [ugs.] (genauso wie das vorher Erwähnte)
Mallorca ist mir zu überlaufen. Ibiza dito detto.
'Ich mag keinen Spinat.' 'Geht mir genauso.'
ditto do. [coll.]
Mallorca is too overrun by tourists for my liking. Ditto Ibiza.
'I don't like spinach.' 'Ditto.'
Spinatcremesuppe {f} [cook.]
cream of spinach soup
Spinatspätzle {pl} [cook.]
spinach spaetzle noodles
Schließfach, Spind
locker
Spind, Garderobenschrank
locker
Spind {m}
locker
Spind {m}
Spinde {pl}
locker
lockers
Hubspindel {f}, Spindel {f} [techn.]
Hubspindeln {pl}, Spindeln {pl}
jackscrew
jackscrews
Spindel {f}
Spindeln {pl}
spindle
spindles
Spindel {f}
newel
Spindel {f}
arbor
Spindel-Hebetisch {m} [techn.]
Spindel-Hebetische {pl}
spindle lifting table
spindle lifting tables
Spindel
arbor
Spindel
newel
Spindel
spindle
Hubspindel {f}; Spindel {f} [techn.]
Hubspindeln {pl}; Spindeln {pl}
jackscrew
jackscrews
Schraubenspindel {f} [techn.]
Schraubenspindeln {pl}
durch Spindel verstellbarer Arbeitstisch
screw spindle
screw spindles
screw spindle adjustable plate
Spindel {f} [textil.]
Spindeln {pl}
Spindel der Spulmaschine
spindle
spindles
spindle of the winding machine
Spindel {f} [techn.]
Hauptspindel {f}; Arbeitsspindel {f}
Schwenkspindel {f}
spindle
main spindle work spindle
swivelling spindle [Br.]; swiveling spindle [Am.]
beweglich {adj} (Spindel)
pivoting (spindle)
Aufzug {m}, Fahrstuhl {m}, Winde {f}
Aufzüge {pl}, Fahrstühle {pl}, Winden {pl}
getriebeloser Aufzug
hydraulischer Aufzug
verglaster Aufzug
Aufzug mit Spindelantrieb
Aufzug mit Triebscheibenantrieb
Aufzug mit Trommelantrieb
elevator [Am.], lift [Br.]
elevators, lifts
gearless lift, gearless elevator
hydraulic lift, hydraulic elevator
glass lift, glass elevator
screw-driven lift, screw-driven elevator
sheave drive lift, sheave drive elevator
drum-driven lift, drum-driven elevator
Aufzug {m}; Lift {m} [techn.]
Aufzüge {pl}; Lifte {pl}
getriebeloser Aufzug
hydraulischer Aufzug
verglaster Aufzug
Aufzug mit Spindelantrieb
Aufzug mit Triebscheibenantrieb
Aufzug mit Trommelantrieb
lift [Br.]; elevator [Am.]
lifts; elevators
gearless lift; gearless elevator
hydraulic lift; hydraulic elevator
glass lift; glass elevator
screw-driven lift; screw-driven elevator
sheave drive lift; sheave drive elevator
drum-driven lift; drum-driven elevator
spindelbeinig
spindle shanked
spindeldürr {adj}
skinny, spindly, thin as a rake
spindelduerr
spindly
spindeldürr {adj}
skinny; spindly; thin as a rake
dürr; dünn; spindeldürr [ugs.] {adj}
twiggy; twiggy thin [coll.]
spindeldürr {adj}; klapperdürr {adj}
rake-thin {adj}; thin as a rake
spindelförmig {adj} [bot.]
spindle-shaped
spindelfoermig
spindle shaped
spindelförmig {adj}
fusiform; fusoid
Echappement {n}; Gang {m}; Hemmung {f} (Uhr)
Spindelhemmung {f}; Spindelgang {m}
Hemmung mit Steigrad
escapement (timepiece)
fusee escapement
verge escapement
Spindelkasten {m} [techn.]
Spindelkästen {pl}
spindle gear box
spindle gear boxes
Spindellager {n} [techn.]
Spindellager {pl}
spindle bearing
spindle bearings
Spindelmühle {f} [mach.]
Spindelmühlen {pl}
vertical spindle mill
vertical spindle mills
Spindeln
newels
Spindeln
spindles
Spindelöle {pl}
loom and spindle oils
Spindelpresse {f} [techn.]
Spindelpressen {pl}
screw press
screw presses
Hornschnecken {pl}; Spindelschnecken {pl} (Buccinidae) (zoologische Familie) [zool.]
true whelks (zoological family)
Spindelspreize {f}
Spindelspreizen {pl}
adjustable metal strut
adjustable metal struts
Spindelstock {m} (Drehbank)
headstock
Spindelteller {m} [textil.]
Spindelteller {pl}
skewer plate
skewer plates
Spindeltreppe {f}
Spindeltreppen {pl}
newel stair
newel stairs
Spinell {m} [min.]
blauer Spinell
grüner Spinell
roter Spinell
spinel
blue spinel
pleonaste ceylonite
Brazilian ruby
Dendrit {m} [anat.]
Dendriten {pl}
glatte Dendriten
Dendriten mit spines
dendrite; dendron; neurodendrite; neurodendron
dendrites; dendrons; neurodendrites; neurodendrons
smooth dendrites
spiny dendrites
Zeisige {pl} (Carduelis) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Alpenbirkenzeisig {m} (Carduelis cabaret)
Andenzeisig {m} (Carduelis spinescens)
Bartzeisig {m} (Carduelis barbata)
Birkenzeisig {m} (Carduelis flammea)
Dickschnabelzeisig {m} (Carduelis crassirostris)
Erlenzeisig {m} (Carduelis spinus)
Fichtenzeisig {m} (Carduelis pinus)
Gelbbauchzeisig {m} (Carduelis xanthogastra)
Goldzeisig {m} (Carduelis tristis)
Guatemalazeisig {m} (Carduelis atriceps)
Haitizeisig {m} (Carduelis dominicensis)
Kapuzenzeisig {m} (Carduelis cucullata)
Kordillerenzeisig {m} (Carduelis uropygialis)
Magellanzeisig {m} (Carduelis magellanica)
Maskenzeisig {m} (Carduelis lawrencei)
Mexikanerzeisig {m}; Mexikozeisig {m} (Carduelis psaltria)
Olivzeisig {m} (Carduelis olivacea)
Polarbirkenzeisig {m} (Carduelis hornemanni)
Safranzeisig {m} (Carduelis siemiradzkii)
Schwarzbrustzeisig {m} (Carduelis notata)
Schwarzzeisig {m} (Carduelis atrata)
Taiga-Birkenzeisig {m} (Carduelis flammea flammea)
Yarrellzeisig {m} (Carduelis yarrellii)
siskins; linnets; goldfinches; greenfinches; redpolls (zoological genus)
lesser redpoll
andean siskin
black-chinned siskin
common redpoll
thick-billed siskin
Eurasian siskin
pine siskin
yellow-bellied siskin
American goldfinch
black-capped siskin
antillean siskin
red siskin
yellow-rumped siskin
hooded siskin
Lawrence's goldfinch
dark-backed goldfinch
olivaceous siskin
Arctic redpoll
saffron siskin
black-headed siskin
black siskin
mealy redpoll
yellow-faced siskin
Spinett {n} [mus.]
Spinette {pl}
spinet
spinets
Spinett
spinet
Spinette
spinets
Spinifexsänger {m} [ornith.]
Spinifex Bird
Burmeister-Schweinswal {m} (Phocoena spinipinnis) [zool.]
Burmeister's porpoise; black porpoise
Schlichtmaschine {f} [textil.]
Schlichtmaschinen {pl}
Spinn- und Zwirn-Schlichtmaschine {f}
Kettenschlichtmaschine {f}
slashing machine
slashing machines
slashing machine for spinning and twisting
slashing machine for warp
Spinnaker {m} [naut.]
spinnaker
Spinnaker
spinnaker
Spinnaker
spinnakers
Ballonsegel {n}; Raumballon {m}; Spinnaker {m} [naut.]
Ballonsegel {pl}; Raumballons {pl}; Spinnaker {pl}
spinnaker
spinnakers
Spinnakern
spinnakers
Spinnbobine {f}
spinnung bobbin
Spinnspule {f}; Spinnbobine {f}; Bobine {f} [textil.]
Spinnspulen {pl}; Spinnbobinen {pl}; Bobinen {pl}
Flaschenhülse {f}
spinning bobbin
spinning bobbins
bottle bobbin
Spinndrüse {f} [zool.]
Spinndrüsen {pl}
spinning gland
spinning glands
Spinndüse {f} (Kunstfaserherstellung) [techn.]
Spinndüsen {pl}
spinneret (production of synthetic fibres)
spinnerets
Spinndüse {f} [textil.]
Spinndüsen {pl}
spinning nozzle
spinning nozzles
Spinne
spider
Spinne {f}, elastisches Befestigungsband
spider
Spinnmilbe {f}, Rote Spinne {f} [zool.]
Spinnmilben {pl}, Rote Spinnen {pl}
gemeine Spinnmilbe
spider mite, red spider mite
spider mites, red spider mites
two spotted mite
Spinne {f} [zool.]
Spinnen {pl}
spider
spiders
Spinne {f} [zool.]
Spinnen {pl}
junge Spinne; Jungspinne {f}
spider
spiders
spiderling; young spider
Spinne {f}; elastisches Befestigungsband
spider
Spinnmilben {pl} (Tetranychidae) (zoologische Familie) [zool.]
Obstbaumspinnmilbe {f}; Rote Spinne {f} (Panonychus ulmi)
Bohnenspinnmilbe {f}; Gemeine Spinnmilbe {f} (Tetranychus urticae)
spider mites (zoological family)
European red spider mite
two-spotted spider mite
spinnen
spin
Arachnophobie {f}, Angst vor Spinnen
arachnophobia, fear of spiders
Seemannsgarn {n}
Seemannsgarn spinnen
sailor's yarn, fish story [Am.]
to spin a yarn
fantasieren, phantasieren, spinnen
fantasierend, phantasierend, spinnend
fantasiert, phantasiert, gesponnen
to rave
raving
raved
spinnen
spinnend
gesponnen
er
sie spinnt
ich
er
sie spann
er
sie hat
hatte gesponnen
ich
er
sie spönne, ich
er
sie spänne
Garn spinnen
to spin {spun, spun}
spinning
spun
he
she spins
I
he
she spun
he
she has
had spun
I
he
she would spin
to spin yarn
spinnen, übergeschnappt sein
to be bonkers [Br.]
spinnen, Unsinn erzählen, verrückt sein
to talk rubbish, to be crazy
Spinnen
spiders
spinnen
spin (irr.)
Abschlagen {n}; Abwinden {n} (Spinnen) [textil.]
backing-off motion (spinning)
Arachnophobie {f}; Angst vor Spinnen
arachnophobia; fear of spiders
Ballonbildung {f}; Schleierbildung {f}; Bauchbildung {f} (Spinnen) [textil.]
ballooning (spinning)
Schaltrad {n}; Wendungswechsel {m} (Spinnen) [textil.]
winding ratchet wheel; racking whell; rack wheel (spinning)
Seemannsgarn {n}
Seemannsgarn spinnen
sailor's yarn; fish story [Am.]
to spin a yarn
Spinnen {n}; Verspinnen {n}; Spinnerei {f} (Textilien; Kunststoffe) [textil.] [techn.]
spinning (textiles; plastics)
Vorlage {f} (Spinnen) [textil.]
feed (spinning)
Zwirnen {n}; Doppeln {n}; Fachen {n} (von Garn) (Spinnen) [textil.]
aufdrehendes Zwirnen
zudrehendes Zwirnen
twisting; doubling; folding (of yarn) (spinning)
doubling in the opposite direction
doubling in the same direction as the twist
abschlagen; abwinden {vi} (Spinnen) [textil.]
to back off (spinning)
eigentlich eigtl. ; im Grunde (genommen); genau streng genommen {adv}
Eigentlich Im Grunde genommen hast du recht.
Im Grunde gibt es nur ein paar Dinge die man sich merken muss.
Er ist eigentlich genau genommen kein Amerikaner. Er ist Kanadier.
Streng genommen sind Spinnen keine Insekten; Spinnen sind eigentlich keine Insekten.
Ich kenne Babsi seit Jahren. Eigentlich seit der Schule.
Ich hätte nicht gedacht dass mir so ein Konzert gefällt aber es war eigentlich recht gut.
'Ich mag deinen neuen Haarschnitt.' 'Danke den hab ich aber eigentlich schon seit einem Monat.'
actually; in essence; strictly speaking; technically (speaking)
Actually in essence you are right.
There are actually In essence there are only a few things you have to remember.
He is not American actually. He is Canadian.
Strictly speaking spiders are not insects.; Spiders are actually not insects.
I've known Babsy for years. Since we were at school actually.
I didn't think I'd like this kind of concert but it was actually pretty good.
'I like your new haircut.' 'Thanks but actually I've had it for a month.'
empfindlich (schnell reagierend ansprechend) {adj} [biol.] [techn.]
empfindlicher
am empfindlichsten
ein hochempfindliches Gerät
Spinnen reagieren empfindlich auf Erschütterungen.
Jetzt wo ich älter bin reagiere ich empfindlicher auf Kälte.
sensitive
more sensitive
most sensitive
a highly sensitive device instrument
Spiders are sensitive to vibrations.
Now that I'm older I'm more sensitive to (the) cold.
mit Schlingen fangen
mit Schlingen fangend
in etw. gefangen sein
Spinnen fangen Fliegen und andere Insekten in ihrem Netz.
Die Luftblasen waren im Eis gefangen.
Wir waren im Innenstadtverkehr gefangen.
mit Schlingen gefangen
to wire
wiring
to be entrapped ensnared in by sth.
Spiders ensnare flies and other insects in their webs.
The air bubbles were entrapped in ice.
We were found ourselves ensnared in city centre traffic.
wired
fantasieren; phantasieren; spinnen {vi}
fantasierend; phantasierend; spinnend
fantasiert; phantasiert; gesponnen
to rave
raving
raved
flunkern; aufschneiden {vi}; Garn spinnen [übtr.]
flunkernd; aufschneidend; Garn spinnend
geflunkert; aufgeschnitten; Garn gesponnen
flunkert; schneidet auf
flunkerte; schnitt auf
to fib; to tell a fib; to tell a tall story
fibbing; telling a fib
fibbed; told a fib
fibs; tells a fib
fibbed; told a fib
panisch; kopflos; von Panik ergriffen {adj}
panische Schreie
panische Angst
Sie hat panische Angst vor Spinnen.
Elf Personen wurden im panischen Gedränge zu den Ausgängen zu Tode getrampelt.
Die Angst kann panische Ausmaße annehmen wenn der Drogenkonsument das Gefühl hat dass dieser Zustand niemals aufhört.
Seine erste Reaktion war panisch.
Die Anleger zogen ihr Geld ab und die Marktteilnehmer reagierten panisch.
panic-stricken; of panic
screams of panic
a feeling of sheer terror
She has a dreadful fear of spiders. Spiders scare her to death.
Eleven were trampled to death in the panic-stricken rush for the exits.
Anxiety may reach panic proportions when the drug user feels that this state will never end.
His first reaction was one of panic.
Investors pulled out their money and the market players reacted in panic.
spinnen
spinnend
gesponnen
er sie spinnt
ich er sie spann
er sie hat hatte gesponnen
ich er sie spönne; ich er sie spänne
Garn spinnen
to spin {spun; spun}
spinning
spun
he she spins
I he she spun
he she has had spun
I he she would spin
to spin yarn
spinnen; übergeschnappt sein
to be bonkers [Br.]
spinnen; Unsinn erzählen; verrückt sein
Spinnst du?
to talk rubbish; to be crazy
Are you joking?; Are you having me on? [Br.]
Not macht erfinderisch.; Die Not lehrt die nackte Frau das Spinnen. [Sprw.]
Necessity is the mother of invention. [prov.]
irre sein; durchgedreht durchgeknallt sein; spinnen [übtr.]
to be off one's trolley [Br.] [coll.]
spinnenhaft, spinnenartig {adj}
spidery
spinnenartig
spidery
spinnenhaft; spinnenartig {adj}
spidery
spinnenartiges Tier
arachnid
Spinnenassel {f}; Spinnenläufer {m} (Scutigera coleoptrata) [bot.]
house centipede; East bug
Schreitbagger {m}; Spinnenbagger {m} (Baumaschine) [techn.]
Schreitbagger {pl}; Spinnenbagger {pl}
walking excavator (construction machine)
walking excavators
Spinnenbein {n}
spider leg
Spinnenbein {n}
Spinnenbeine {pl}
spider leg
spider legs
Spinnenblume {f}; Spinnenpflanze {f} (Cleome spinosa hassleriana) [bot.]
spider flower; spider plant
Arachnologe {m}, Arachnologin {f}, Spinnenkundler {m}, Spinnenforscher {m}
Arachnologen {pl}, Arachnologinnen {pl}, Spinnenkundler {pl}, Spinnenforscher {pl}
arachnologist
arachnologists
Arachnologe {m}; Arachnologin {f}; Spinnenkundler {m}; Spinnenforscher {m}
Arachnologen {pl}; Arachnologinnen {pl}; Spinnenkundler {pl}; Spinnenforscher {pl}
arachnologist
arachnologists
Spinnengewebe
cobweb
Spinnwebe {f}, Spinnengewebe {n}, Spinngewebe {n}, Spinnennetz {n}
Spinnweben {pl}, Spinnengewebe {pl}, Spinnennetze {pl}
mit Spinngeweben bedeckt
cobweb, spider's web, spider web
cobwebs, spider's webs, spider webs
cobwebby
Spinnengewebe, Spinngewebe
cobweb
Spinnwebe {f}; Spinnengewebe {n}; Spinngewebe {n}; Spinnennetz {n}
Spinnweben {pl}; Spinnengewebe {pl}; Spinnennetze {pl}
mit Spinngeweben bedeckt
cobweb; spider's web; spider web
cobwebs; spider's webs; spider webs
cobwebby
Graubrust-Spinnenjäger {m} [ornith.]
Grey-breasted Spiderhunter
Gelbwangen-Spinnenjäger {m} [ornith.]
Lesser Yellow-eared Spiderhunter
Nacktwangen-Spinnenjäger {m} [ornith.]
Naked-faced Spiderhunter
Dickschnabel-Spinnenjäger {m} [ornith.]
Thick-billed Spiderhunter
Weißkehl-Spinnenjäger {m} [ornith.]
Little Spiderhunter
Langschnabel-Spinnenjäger {m} [ornith.]
Long-billed Spiderhunter
Spinnenkunde {f}, Arachnologie {f} [zool.]
arachnology
Spinnenkunde {f}; Arachnologie {f} [zool.]
arachnology
Spinnentier {n} [zool.]
Spinnentiere {pl}
arachnid
arachnids
Computer-Versessene {m f} , Computer-Versessener, Online-Spinner {m}
geek
Sonderling {m}, wunderlicher Kauz {m}, Spinner {m}
Sonderlinge {pl}
crank
cranks
Spinner {m}, Spinnerin {f}
Spinner {pl}, Spinnerinnen {pl}
spinner
spinners
Spinner {m} [ugs.]
Spinner {pl}
nutter, wacko, whacko [coll.]
nutter, wackos, whackos
Spinner {m}
screwball [Am.]
Spinner {m}
flake [Am.]
Clymene-Delfin {m}, Klymene-Delfin {m}, Kurzschnauzen-Spinner-Delfin {m}, Kurzschnauzen-Spinner [zool.]
Clymene dolphin, short-snouted spinner dolphin, Senegal dolphin, helmet dolphin (Stenella clymene)
Ostpazifischer Delfin {m}, Langschnauzen-Spinnerdelfin {m}, Langschnauzen-Spinner, Spinnerdelfin {m} [zool.]
spinner dolphin, long-snouted spinner dolphin, long-beaked dolphin, longsnout, rollover (Stenella longirostris)
Spinner
madcaps
Spinner
screwball
Spinner
screwballs
Spinner
spinner
Computerfreak {m}; Computer-Versessener {m}; Online-Spinner {m} [ugs.]
Computerfreaks {pl}; Computer-Versessenen {pl}; Online-Spinner {pl}
computer freak; computer nerd; computer geek [coll.]
computer freaks; computer nerds; computer geeks
Ökofundi {m}; Ökofreak {m} [pej.] [envir.]
Ökofundis {pl}; Ökofreaks {pl}
grüner Spinner [pej.]
tree-hugger [pej.]
tree-huggers
enviro-nut; eco-wacko [Am.] [pej.]
Spinner {m}; Spinnerin {f} (Bedienperson) [textil.]
Spinner {pl}; Spinnerinnen {pl}
spinner (operator)
spinners
Spinner {m} [ugs.]
Spinner {pl}
nutter; wacko; whacko; loon; psycho [Am.] [coll.]
nutter; wackos; whackos; loons; psychos
Spinner {m}; Spinnerin {f}; Spintisierer {m}; Spökenkieker {m} [Norddt.]
Spinner {pl}; Spinnerinnen {pl}; Spintisierer {pl}; Spökenkieker {pl}
crackpot
crackpots
Spinner {m}
screwball [Am.]; flake [Am.]
Clymene-Delfin {m}; Klymene-Delfin {m}; Kurzschnauzen-Spinner-Delfin {m}; Kurzschnauzen-Spinner (Stenella clymene) [zool.]
Clymene dolphin; short-snouted spinner dolphin; Senegal dolphin; helmet dolphin
Ostpazifischer Delfin {m}; Langschnauzen-Spinnerdelfin {m}; Langschnauzen-Spinner; Spinnerdelfin {m} (Stenella longirostris) [zool.]
spinner dolphin; long-snouted spinner dolphin; long-beaked dolphin; longsnout; rollover
Fleckendelfine {pl} (Stenella) (zoologische Gattung) [zool]
pantropischer Fleckendelfin Schlankdelfin (Stenella attenuata)
atlantischer Fleckendelfin; Zügeldelfin (Stenella frontalis)
ostpazifischer Delfin; Spinnerdelfin (Stenella longirostris)
Clymene-Delfin (Stenella clymene)
blauweißer Delfin; Streifendelfin (Stenella coeruleoalba)
spotted dolphins; bridled dolphins; spotted porpoises; spotters (zoological genus)
pantropical spotted dolphin; white-spotted dolphin; slender-beaked dolphin
Atlantic spotted dolphin; Gulf Stream spotted dolphin; long-snouted dolphin
spinner dolphin
clymene dolphin short-snouted spinner dolphin
striped Dolphin
Spinnerei {f}
Spinnereien {pl}
spinning mill
spinning mills
Spinnerei
spinning
Spinnerei, durchdrehend
spinning
Spinnerei
spinning mill
Haspel {m}; Weife {f} (Spinnerei) [textil.]
Haspeln {pl}; Weifen {pl}
reel (spinning)
reels
Spinnerei {f} [textil.]
Spinnereien {pl}
spinning mill
spinning mills
Spinnerei {f}; Spintisiererei {f}; Spökenkiekerei {f}
crackpot ideas
Spulen {n}; Haspeln {n}; Weifen {n} (Spinnerei) [textil.]
reeling (spinning)
Spinnereien
spinnings
Spinnmaschine {f}; Spinnereimaschine {f} [textil.]
Spinnmaschinen {pl}; Spinnereimaschinen {pl}
spinning frame; spinner
spinning frames; spinners
Spinnerinnen
spinners
'Das Spinnerlied' (von Mendelssohn Werktitel) [mus.]
'The Spinning Song' (by Mendelssohn work title)
Spinnfaden {m}
spinning thread
Spinnfäden {pl}
gossamer
Altweibersommer {m} (Spinnfäden im Spätsommer)
gossamer
Chloro-Spinnfasern {pl} [chem.]
chlorofibres
Spinngewebe
cobweb
Spinngewebe
cobwebs
von Spinngeweben bedeckt
cobwebbed
mit Spinngeweben bedeckt
cobwebbed
mit Spinngeweben bedeckt
cobwebby
Spinngeweben
cobwebs
Färbung {f} auf Spinnkuchen [textil.]
spinning cake dyeing
Spinnlösung {f} [chem.]
Spinnlösung und daraus hergestellte Artikel
spinning solution; spinnable dope
spinning solution and articles made therefrom
Spinnmaschine {f}
Spinnmaschinen {pl}
spinning frame
spinning frames
Spinnmaschine
spinning frame
Spinnmaschinen
spinning frames
Spinnrad {n}
Spinnräder {pl}
spinning wheel
spinning wheels
Spinnrad
spinning wheel
Spinnrad
spinning-wheel
'Das goldene Spinnrad' (von Dvorak Werktitel) [mus.]
'The Golden Spinning Wheel' (by Dvorak work title)
Spinnraeder
spinning wheels
Spinnrocken {m}
distaff
Spinnrocken
distaff
Spinnrocken {m}; Rocken {m}; Kunkeli {f} [textil.]
distaff
Reißer {m} (für die Spinnstoffaufbereitung) [textil.]
teaser (for fiber preparation)
spinnt
spins
Spinnwebe
spider web
Spinnweben
spider webs
Spinnwirtel {m}
spindle whorl
Spinodale {f} [phys.]
spinodal
Bergpieper {m} (Anthus spinoletta) [ornith.]
water pipit
Arganbaum {m}; Arganie {f} (Argania spinosa) [bot.]
argan tree; argan
Schlehdorn {m}; Schlehendorn {m}; Schwarzdorn {m}; Heckendorn {m}; Schlehe {f} (Prunus spinosa) [bot.]
blackthorn; sloe
spinozistisch {adj} [phil.] [hist.]
Spinozistic
spintisieren {vi} [ugs.]
spintisierend
spintisiert
to get crackpot ideas
getting crackpot ideas
got crackpot ideas

Lexikoneinträge für vertical spindle mill / vertical spindle mills

Barker's mill () A machine, invented in the 17th century, worked by a form of reaction wheel. The water flows into a vertical tube and gushes from apertures in hollow horizontal arms, causing the machine to revolve on its axis.
Craze-mill (n.) Alt. of Crazing-mill
Crazing-mill (n.) A mill for grinding tin ore.
Mill (n.) A money of account of the United States, having the value of the tenth of a cent, or the thousandth of a dollar.
Mill (n.) A machine for grinding or comminuting any substance, as grain, by rubbing and crushing it between two hard, rough, or intented surfaces
Mill (n.) A machine used for expelling the juice, sap, etc., from vegetable tissues by pressure, or by pressure in combination with a grinding, or cutting process
Mill (n.) A machine for grinding and polishing
Mill (n.) A common name for various machines which produce a manufactured product, or change the form of a raw material by the continuous repetition of some simple action
Mill (n.) A building or collection of buildings with machinery by which the processes of manufacturing are carried on
Mill (n.) A hardened steel roller having a design in relief, used for imprinting a reversed copy of the design in a softer metal, as copper.
Mill (n.) An excavation in rock, transverse to the workings, from which material for filling is obtained.
Mill (n.) A passage underground through which ore is shot.
Mill (n.) A milling cutter. See Illust. under Milling.
Mill (n.) A pugilistic.
Mill (n.) To reduce to fine particles, or to small pieces, in a mill
Mill (n.) To shape, finish, or transform by passing through a machine
Mill (n.) To make a raised border around the edges of, or to cut fine grooves or indentations across the edges of, as of a coin, or a screw head
Mill (n.) To pass through a fulling mill
Mill (n.) To beat with the fists.
Mill (n.) To roll into bars, as steel.
Mill (v. i.) To swim under water
Mill-cake (n.) The incorporated materials for gunpowder, in the form of a dense mass or cake, ready to be subjected to the process of granulation.
Mill-sixpence (n.) A milled sixpence
Spindle (n.) The long, round, slender rod or pin in spinning wheels by which the thread is twisted, and on which, when twisted, it is wound
Spindle (n.) A slender rod or pin on which anything turns
Spindle (n.) The shaft, mandrel, or arbor, in a machine tool, as a lathe or drilling machine, etc., which causes the work to revolve, or carries a tool or center, etc.
Spindle (n.) The vertical rod on which the runner of a grinding mill turns.
Spindle (n.) A shaft or pipe on which a core of sand is formed.
Spindle (n.) The fusee of a watch.
Spindle (n.) A long and slender stalk resembling a spindle.
Spindle (n.) A yarn measure containing, in cotton yarn, 15,120 yards
Spindle (n.) A solid generated by the revolution of a curved line about its base or double ordinate or chord.
Spindle (n.) Any marine univalve shell of the genus Rostellaria
Spindle (n.) Any marine gastropod of the genus Fusus.
Spindle (v. i.) To shoot or grow into a long, slender stalk or body
Spindle-legged (a.) Having long, slender legs.
Spindle-shanked (a.) Having long, slender legs.
Spindle-shaped (a.) Having the shape of a spindle.
Spindle-shaped (a.) Thickest in the middle, and tapering to both ends
Tilt-mill (n.) A mill where a tilt hammer is used, or where the process of tilting is carried on.
Vertical (a.) Of or pertaining to the vertex
Vertical (a.) Perpendicular to the plane of the horizon
Vertical (n.) Vertical position
Vertical (n.) A vertical line, plane, or circle.
Walk-mill (n.) A fulling mill.
Water mill () A mill whose machinery is moved by water

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

vertical bank a bank so steep that the plane's lateral axis approaches the vertical
grind
mill
pulverization
pulverisation
the act of grinding to a powder or dust
vertical integration
vertical combination
absorption into a single firm of several firms involved in all aspects of a product's manufacture from raw materials to distribution
gizzard
ventriculus
gastric mill
thick-walled muscular pouch below the crop in many birds and reptiles for grinding food
forest goat
spindle horn
Pseudoryx nghetinhensis
cow-like creature with the glossy coat of a horse and the agility of a goat and the long horns of an antelope, characterized as a cow that lives the life of a goat
cider mill mill that extracts juice from apples to make apple cider
coffee mill
coffee grinder
a mill that grinds roasted coffee beans
cotton mill a textile mill for making cotton textiles
factory
mill manufacturing plant
manufactory
a plant consisting of one or more buildings with facilities for manufacturing
fipple flute
fipple pipe
recorder
vertical flute
a tubular wind instrument with finger holes and a fipple mouthpiece
flour mill a mill for grinding grain into flour
mill
grinder milling machinery
machinery that processes materials by grinding or crushing
millwheel
mill wheel
water wheel that is used to drive machinery in a mill
paper mill a mill where paper is manufactured
pepper mill
pepper grinder
a mill for grinding pepper
public house
pub
saloon pothouse
gin mill
taphouse
tavern consisting of a building with a bar and public rooms, often provides light meals
quartz battery
quartz mill
a stamp mill for stamping quartz
rolling mill steel mill where metal is rolled into sheets and bars
spike spindle any holding device consisting of a rigid, sharp-pointed object, the spike pierced the receipts and held them in order
spindle a stick or pin used to twist the yarn in spinning
spindle mandrel
mandril
arbor
any of various rotating shafts that serve as axes for larger rotating parts
spindle a piece of wood that has been turned on a lathe, used as a baluster, chair leg, etc.
stamp mill
stamping mill
a mill in which ore is crushed with stamps
steel mill
steelworks
steel plant
steel factory
a factory where steel is made
textile mill a factory for making textiles
upright vertical a vertical structural member as a post or stake, the ball sailed between the uprights
vertical file a file in which records are stored upright on one edge
vertical section a mechanical drawing showing the interior of an object as if made by a vertical plane passing through it
vertical stabilizer
vertical stabiliser
vertical fin
tail fin
tailfin
a stabilizer that is part of the vertical tail structure of an airplane
vertical surface a surface that is vertical
vertical tail the vertical airfoil in the tail assembly of an aircraft
water mill a mill powered by a water wheel
spindle (biology) tiny fibers that are seen in cell division, the fibers radiate from two poles and meet at the equator in the middle, chromosomes are distributed by spindles in mitosis and meiosis
industrial union
vertical union
a labor union that admits all workers in a given industry irrespective of their craft
vertical circle a great circle on the celestial sphere passing through the zenith and perpendicular to the horizon
mill agent the responsible official at a mill that is under absentee ownership
mill-girl a girl who works in a mill
mill-hand
factory worker
a workman in a mill or factory
Mill
John Mill
John Stuart Mill
English philosopher and economist remembered for his interpretations of empiricism and utilitarianism (-)
Mill James Mill Scottish philosopher who expounded Bentham's utilitarianism, father of John Stuart Mill (-)
Mills
Robert Mills
United States architect who was the presidentially appointed architect of Washington D.C. (-)
Celastraceae
family Celastraceae
spindle-tree family
staff-tree family
trees and shrubs and woody vines usually having brightolored fruits
spindle tree
spindleberry
spindleberry tree
any shrubby trees or woody vines of the genus Euonymus having showy usually reddish berries
common spindle tree
Euonymus europaeus
small erect deciduous shrub having tough white wood and cathartic bark and fruit
winged spindle tree
Euonymous alatus
bushy deciduous shrub with branches having thin wide corky longitudinal wings, brilliant red in autumn, northeastern Asia to central China
vertical something that is oriented vertically
vertical angle either of two equal and opposite angles formed by the intersection of two straight lines
mill grind with a mill, mill grain
mill roll out (metal) with a rolling machine
mill produce a ridge around the edge of, mill a coin
mill
mill about
mill around
move about in a confused manner
d loiter
lounge
footle
lollygag
loaf
lallygag
hang around
mess about
tarry
linger
lurk
mill about
mill around
a
be about, The high school students like to loiter in the Central Square, Who is this man that is hanging around the department?
spindle-legged
spindle-shanked
having long slender legs
vertical of or relating to different levels in a hierarchy (as levels of social class or income group), vertical social mobility
vertical
perpendicular
at right angles to the plane of the horizon or a base line, a vertical camera angle, the monument consists of two vertical pillars supporting a horizontal slab, measure the perpendicular height
erect
vertical upright
upright in position or posture, an erect stature, erect flower stalks, for a dog, an erect tail indicates aggression, a column still vertical amid the ruins, he sat bolt upright
run-of-the-mill
run-of-the-mine
mine run
unexceptional
not special in any way, run-of-the-mill boxing, your run-of-the-mine college graduate, a unexceptional an incident as can be found in a lawyer's career
fusiform
spindle-shaped
cigar-shaped
tapering at each end
vertical relating to or involving all stages of a business from production to distribution

 

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