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Deutsche Synonyme für Steinfrucht

Englische Synonyme für stone fruit

stone  Irish confetti  Lydian stone  Tarmac  Tarvia  aa  abyssal rock  acorn  adamant  adamantine  adobe  agate  alexandrite  amethyst  anklet  anthraconite  aplite  aquamarine  arch  armlet  ashlar  asphalt  aventurine  bakestone  bangle  barrow  basalt  basanite  beads  bedrock  beetlestone  behead  berry  beryl  bijou  bird seed  bitumen  bituminous macadam  black sheep  blacktop  blemish  block lava  bloodstone  blow to pieces  blow up  board  bola  bolt  bondstone  bone  boomerang  booze up  boozify  boundary stone  bowstring  bracelet  brain  brash  brass  breastpin  breccia  brick  brickbat  bricks and mortar  brilliant  brimstone  bring down  brooch  brownstone  buhr  buhrstone  burn  burn to death  bust  cairn  cairngorm  capstone  carbuncle  carnelian  cement  cenotaph  chain  chalcedony  chalk  chaplet  charm  chatelaine  chrysoberyl  chrysolite  circle  citrine  clapboard  clinker  cobble  cobblestone  column  concrete  conglomerate  copestone  copperplate  coral  cornerstone  coronet  countermissile  covering materials  crag  crock  cromlech  cross  crown  crucify  crystal  cup  curb  curbing  curbstone  cut down  cut to pieces  cyclolith  deal a deathblow  decapitate  decollate  defenestrate  demantoid  dendrite  diabase  diadem  diamond  disintegrate  dolmen  dolomite  doorstone  dripstone  drop  druid stone  duplicate plate  eaglestone  earring  edgestone  egg  electrocute  electrotype  emerald  emery rock  execute  face  fell  ferroconcrete  festooned pahoehoe  firebrick  flag  flagging  flagstone  flaxseed  flint  flintlike  flinty  floatstone  flooring  fob  footstone  foreign body  foreign intruder  frag  fruit  fuddle  garnet  garrote  gem  gem stone  girasol  give the quietus  glass  glaze  gneiss  goldstone  grain  granite  granitelike  granitic  grave  gravel  gravestone  grindstone  grit  gritrock  gritstone  guillotine  gun down  hairstone  harlequin opal  hayseed  headstone  heart of oak  heliotrope  hoarstone  hyacinth  igneous rock  impu  
Stone Age man  Bronze Age man  Hominidae  Iron Age man  aboriginal  aborigine  ancient  antediluvian  anthropoid  ape-man  autochthon  bushman  cave dweller  caveman  fossil man  hominid  humanoid  man of old  missing link  preadamite  prehistoric man  prehuman  primate  primitive  protohuman  troglodyte  
stone cold  Siberian  algid  arctic  below zero  biting  bitter  bitterly cold  bleak  boreal  brisk  brumal  cold  cold as charity  cold as death  cold as ice  cold as marble  crisp  cutting  dead as mutton  freezing  freezing cold  frigid  gelid  glacial  hibernal  hiemal  hyperborean  ice-cold  ice-encrusted  icelike  icy  inclement  keen  nipping  nippy  numbing  penetrating  piercing  pinching  raw  rigorous  severe  sharp  sleety  slushy  snappy  stiff  stone-dead  subzero  supercooled  winterbound  winterlike  wintery  wintry  
stone faced  decorous  demure  earnest  formal  frowning  grave  grim  grim-faced  grim-visaged  long-faced  sedate  serious  sober  sober-minded  sobersided  solemn  somber  staid  straight-faced  thoughtful  unsmiling  weighty  
stone wall  arch dam  backstop  balustrade  bamboo curtain  bank  bar  barrage  barrier  bear-trap dam  beaver dam  boom  boundary  breakwater  breastwork  brick wall  buffer  bulkhead  bulwark  cofferdam  dam  defense  dike  ditch  earthwork  embankment  fence  gate  gravity dam  groin  hydraulic-fill dam  iron curtain  jam  jetty  leaping weir  levee  logjam  milldam  moat  mole  mound  parapet  portcullis  rail  railing  rampart  roadblock  rock-fill dam  seawall  shutter dam  wall  weir  wicket dam  work  
stonecutter  accountant  amanuensis  archivist  bookkeeper  carver  chaser  clay modeler  clerk  documentalist  earth artist  engraver  figurer  figuriste  filing clerk  gem carver  graver  librarian  marker  mason  modeler  molder  monumental mason  notary  notary public  prothonotary  record clerk  recorder  recordist  register  registrar  scorekeeper  scorer  scribe  scrivener  sculptor  sculptress  sculpturer  secretary  statuary  stenographer  timekeeper  wax modeler  wood carver  
stonecutting  CYSP sculpture  anaglyptics  anaglyptography  architectural sculpture  bone-carving  casting  ceroplastics  chasing  clay sculpture  decorative sculpture  earth art  embossing  engraving  founding  garden sculpture  gem-cutting  glass sculpture  glyptic  ivory-carving  lost-wax process  metal sculpture  modeling  molding  monumental sculpture  paper sculpture  plaster casting  plastic art  portrait sculpture  relief  relief-carving  relievo  sculptor  sculpture  sculpturing  shell-carving  statuary  stone sculpture  whittling  wire sculpture  wood carving  xyloglyphy  
stoned  asleep  blind  blind drunk  blotto  boozy  canned  cataleptic  catatonic  cold  comatose  dead  disguised  doped  drugged  drunk  half-conscious  helpless  high  hopped-up  inebriated  muddled  narcotized  nirvanic  oblivious  out  out cold  out of it  overcome  paralyzed  passed out  pixilated  plastered  semiconscious  senseless  spaced out  spaced-out  stiff  strung out  unconscious  under the table  wiped out  zonked  zonked out  
stonewall  baffle  balk  blast  brave  challenge  checkmate  circumvent  confound  confront  contravene  counter  counteract  countermand  counterwork  cross  dash  deceive  defeat  defy  destroy  discomfit  disconcert  discountenance  dish  disrupt  elude  evade  flummox  foil  frustrate  get around  get round  give the runaround  give the slip  go one better  knock the chocks  nonplus  outfigure  outflank  outgeneral  outguess  outmaneuver  outplay  outreach  outsmart  outwit  overreach  pass the buck  perplex  ruin  sabotage  scotch  spike  spoil  stump  thwart  upset  victimize  
stoneware  appliances  brassware  chinaware  clayware  copperware  dinnerware  durable goods  durables  earthenware  enamelware  fixtures  flatware  glassware  graniteware  hard goods  hardware  hollow ware  housefurnishings  housewares  ironmongery  ironware  kitchenware  metalware  ovenware  silverware  sporting goods  tableware  tinware  tools and machinery  white goods  woodenware  

Lexikoneinträge für stone fruit

Alum stone () A subsulphate of alumina and potash
Amazon stone (n.) A variety of feldspar, having a verdigris-green color.
Arch stone () A wedge-shaped stone used in an arch
Caen stone () A cream-colored limestone for building, found near Caen, France.
Cream-fruit (n.) A plant of Sierra Leone which yields a wholesome, creamy juice.
Cross-stone (n.) See Harmotome, and Staurotide.
Dry-stone (a.) Constructed of uncemented stone.
Fruit (v. t.) Whatever is produced for the nourishment or enjoyment of man or animals by the processes of vegetable growth, as corn, grass, cotton, flax, etc.
Fruit (v. t.) The pulpy, edible seed vessels of certain plants, especially those grown on branches above ground, as apples, oranges, grapes, melons, berries, etc. See 3.
Fruit (v. t.) The ripened ovary of a flowering plant, with its contents and whatever parts are consolidated with it.
Fruit (v. t.) The spore cases or conceptacles of flowerless plants, as of ferns, mosses, algae, etc., with the spores contained in them.
Fruit (v. t.) The produce of animals
Fruit (v. t.) That which is produced
Fruit (v. i.) To bear fruit.
Fruit'y (a.) Having the odor, taste, or appearance of fruit
Grape fruit () The shaddock.
Gravel-stone (n.) A pebble, or small fragment of stone
Grindle stone () A grindstone.
Jew's-stone (n.) Alt. of Jewstone
Perpend stone () See Perpender.
Perpent stone () See Perpender.
Portland stone () A yellowish-white calcareous freestone from the Isle of Portland in England, much used in building.
Pumice stone () Same as Pumice.
Purbeck stone () A limestone from the Isle of Purbeck in England.
Rocking-stone (n.) A stone, often of great size and weight, resting upon another stone, and so exactly poised that it can be rocked, or slightly moved, with but little force.
Ro-setta stone () A stone found at Rosetta, in Egypt, bearing a trilingual inscription, by aid of which, with other inscriptions, a key was obtained to the hieroglyphics of ancient Egypt.
Stepping-stone (n.) A stone to raise the feet above the surface of water or mud in walking.
Stepping-stone (n.) Fig.: A means of progress or advancement.
Stone (n.) Concreted earthy or mineral matter
Stone (n.) A precious stone
Stone (n.) Something made of stone. Specifically: -
Stone (n.) The glass of a mirror
Stone (n.) A monument to the dead
Stone (n.) A calculous concretion, especially one in the kidneys or bladder
Stone (n.) One of the testes
Stone (n.) The hard endocarp of drupes
Stone (n.) A weight which legally is fourteen pounds, but in practice varies with the article weighed.
Stone (n.) Fig.: Symbol of hardness and insensibility
Stone (n.) A stand or table with a smooth, flat top of stone, commonly marble, on which to arrange the pages of a book, newspaper, etc., before printing
Stone (n.) To pelt, beat, or kill with stones.
Stone (n.) To make like stone
Stone (n.) To free from stones
Stone (n.) To wall or face with stones
Stone (n.) To rub, scour, or sharpen with a stone.
Stone-blind (a.) As blind as a stone
Stone-cold (a.) Cold as a stone.
Stone-dead (a.) As dead as a stone.
Stone-deaf (a.) As deaf as a stone
Stone-hearted (a.) Hard-hearted
Stone-horse (n.) Stallion.
Stone-still (a.) As still as a stone.
Stumbling-stone (n.) A stumbling-block.

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stepping stone any means of advancement, the job was just a stepping stone on his way to fame and riches
stone crab
Menippe mercenaria
large edible crab of the southern coast of the United States (particularly Florida)
stone curlew
thick-knee
Burhinus oedicnemus
large-headed large-eyed crepuscular or nocturnal shorebird of the Old World and tropical America having a thickened knee joint
fruit bat
megabat
large Old World bat of warm and tropical regions that feeds on fruit
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
fruit fly
pomace fly
any of numerous small insects whose larvae feed on fruits
Mediterranean fruit fly
medfly
Ceratitis capitata
small black-and-white fly that damages citrus and other fruits by implanting eggs that hatch inside the fruit
stonefly
stone fly
plecopteran
primitive winged insect with a flattened body, used as bait by fishermen, aquatic gilled larvae are carnivorous and live beneath stones
stone marten
beech marten
Martes foina
Eurasian marten having a brown coat with pale breast and throat
stone bass
wreckfish
Polyprion americanus
brown fish of the Atlantic and Mediterranean found around rocks and shipwrecks
abrading stone a primitive stone artifact (usually made of sandstone) used as an abrader
Blarney Stone a stone in a castle in Ireland that is said to impart skill in flattery to anyone who kisses it
bore bit
borer
rock drill
stone drill
a drill for penetrating rock
capstone
copestone
coping stone
stretcher
a stone that forms the top of wall or building
dry wall
dry-stone wall
a stone wall made with stones fitted together without mortar
foundation stone a stone laid at a ceremony to mark the founding of a new building
fruit machine a coin-operated gambling machine that produces random combinations of symbols (usually pictures of different fruits) on rotating dials, certain combinations win money for the player
jewel
gem
precious stone
a precious or semiprecious stone incorporated into a piece of jewelry
menhir
standing stone
a tall upright megalith, found primarily in England and northern France
paving stone a stone used for paving
pit
quarry
stone pit
a surface excavation for extracting stone or slate, a British term for `quarry' is `stone pit'
revetment
revetement
stone facing
a facing (usually masonry) that supports an embankment
stone building material consisting of a piece of rock hewn in a definite shape for a special purpose, he wanted a special stone to mark the site
stone wall a fence built of rough stones, used to separate fields
yield
fruit
an amount of a product
stone a lack of feeling or expression or movement, he must have a heart of stone, her face was as hard as stone
forbidden fruit originally an apple from the tree of knowledge of good and evil in the Garden of Eden, it is now used to refer to anything that is tempting but dangerous (as sexuality)
Rosetta Stone a part of an inscribed granite stela that was originally about six feet tall and was set up in BC, the inscriptions in hieroglyphics and Demotic and Greek gave the first clues to the decipherment of Egyptian hieroglyphics
fruit of the poisonous tree a rule that once primary evidence is determined to have been illegally obtained any secondary evidence following from it may also not be used
fruit the consequence of some effort or action, he lived long enough to see the fruit of his policies
fruit cocktail a mixture of sliced or diced fruits
candied fruit
succade
crystallized fruit
fruit cooked in sugar syrup and encrusted with a sugar crystals
compote
fruit compote
dessert of stewed or baked fruit
fruit custard a custard containing fruit
fruit bar cookies containing chopped fruits either mixed in the dough or spread between layers of dough then baked and cut in bars
edible fruit edible reproductive body of a seed plant especially one having sweet flesh
carambola
star fruit
deeply ridged yellow-brown tropical fruit, used raw as a vegetable or in salad or when fully ripe as a dessert
citrus
citrus fruit
citrous fruit
any of numerous fruits of the genus Citrus having thick rind and juicy pulp, grown in warm regions
tangelo
ugli
ugli fruit
large sweet juicy hybrid between tangerine and grapefruit having a thick wrinkled skin
dried fruit fruit preserved by drying
passion fruit egg-shaped tropical fruit of certain passionflower vines, used for sherbets and confectionery and drinks
genipap
genipap fruit
a succulent orange-sized tropical fruit with a thick rind
kiwi
kiwi fruit
Chinese gooseberry
fuzzy brown egg-shaped fruit with slightly tart green flesh
stone crab pale flesh with delicate texture and flavor, found in Florida but now very rare
fruit salad salad composed of fruits
fruit juice
fruit crush
drink produced by squeezing or crushing fruit
fruit drink
ade
a sweetened beverage of diluted fruit juice
fruit punch a punch made of fruit juices mixed with water or soda water (with or without alcohol)
bladder stone
cystolith
a calculus formed in the bladder
kidney stone
urinary calculus
nephrolith
renal calculus
a calculus formed in the kidney
rock stone a lump or mass of hard consolidated mineral matter, he threw a rock at me
stepping stone a stone in a marsh or shallow water that can be stepped on in crossing
fruit grower someone who grows fruit commercially
stone breaker someone who breaks up stone
Stone
Edward Durell Stone
United States architect (-)
Stone Harlan Fiske Stone United States jurist who served on the United States Supreme Court as chief justice (-)
Stone I. F. Stone
Isidor Feinstein Stone
United States journalist who advocated liberal causes (-)
Stone Lucy Stone United States feminist and suffragist (-)
Stone Oliver Stone United States filmmaker (born in )
Stone Harlan Stone
Harlan F. Stone
Harlan Fisk Stone
United States jurist who was named chief justice of the United States Supreme Court in by Franklin D. Roosevelt (-)
stone pine
umbrella pine European nut pine
Pinus pinea
medium-sized two-needled pine of southern Europe having a spreading crown, widely cultivated for its sweet seeds that resemble almonds
Swiss pine
Swiss stone pine
arolla pine
cembra nut tree
Pinus cembra
large five-needled European pine, yields cembra nuts and a resinous exudate
stone
pit
endocarp
the hard inner (usually woody) layer of the pericarp of some fruits (as peaches or plums or cherries or olives) that contains the seed, you should remove the stones from prunes before cooking
cherry stone the stone seed of a cherry
lithops
living stone
stoneface
stone-face
stone plant
stone life face
flowering stone
any plant of the genus Lithops native to Africa having solitary yellow or white flowers and thick leaves that resemble stones
living granite
living rock stone mimicry plant
highly succulent stemless clump-forming plants with grey-green leaves similar in texture to lumps of granite, South Africa
stonecress
stone cress
any Old World herb of the genus Aethionema, native of sunny limestone habitats
samara
key fruit
key
a winged often one-seed indehiscent fruit as of the ash or elm or maple
banana passion fruit
Passiflora mollissima
cultivated for fruit
fruit tree tree bearing edible fruit
stone bramble
Rubus saxatilis
European trailing bramble with red berrylike fruits
genipap fruit
jagua
marmalade box
Genipa Americana
tree of the West Indies and northern South America bearing succulent edible orange-sized fruit
tangelo
tangelo tree
ugli fruit
Citrus tangelo
hybrid between grapefruit and mandarin orange, cultivated especially in Florida
horse balm
horseweed stoneroot
stoneoot
richweed stone root
Collinsonia canadensis
erect perennial strong-scented with serrate pointed leaves and a loose panicle of yellowish flowers, the eastern United States
moon carrot
stone parsley
any plant of the genus Seseli having dense umbels of small white or pink flowers and finely divided foliage
stone parsley Sison amomum a slender roadside herb of western Europe and Mediterranean areas that has foliage resembling parsley and has white flowers with aromatic seeds
fruit the ripened reproductive body of a seed plant
aggregate fruit
multiple fruit
syncarp
fruit consisting of many individual small fruits or drupes derived from separate ovaries within a common receptacle: e.g. blackberry, raspberry, pineapple
simple fruit
bacca
an indehiscent fruit derived from a single ovary having one or many seeds within a fleshy wall or pericarp: e.g. grape, tomato, cranberry
drupe
stone fruit
fleshy indehiscent fruit with a single seed: e.g. almond, peach, plum, cherry, elderberry, olive, jujube
pome
false fruit
a fleshy fruit (apple or pear or related fruits) having seed chambers and an outer fleshy part
accessory fruit
pseudocarp
fruit containing much fleshy tissue besides that of the ripened ovary, as apple or strawberry
stone an avoirdupois unit used to measure the weight of a human body, equal to pounds, a heavy chap who must have weighed more than twenty stone
step stone's throw a short distance, it's only a step to the drugstore
philosopher's stone
philosophers' stone
elixir
hypothetical substance that the alchemists believed to be capable of changing base metals into gold
china clay
china stone
kaolin
kaoline
porcelain clay
terra alba
a fine usually white clay formed by the weathering of aluminous minerals (as feldspar), used in ceramics and as an absorbent and as a filler (e.g., in paper)
rock
stone
material consisting of the aggregate of minerals like those making up the Earth's crust, that mountain is solid rock, stone is abundant in New England and there are many quarries
gem
gemstone
stone
a crystalline rock that can be cut and polished for jewelry, he had the gem set in a ring for his wife, she had jewels made of all the rarest stones
pumice
pumice stone
a light glass formed on the surface of some lavas, used as an abrasive
blue vitriol
blue copperas
blue stone
chalcanthite
hydrated blue crystalline form of copper sulfate
emery stone
emery rock
a mixture of emery dust and a binder, can be molded into grindstones
pudding stone
conglomerate
a composite rock made up of particles of varying size
fructose
fruit sugar
levulose
laevulose
a simple sugar found in honey and in many ripe fruits
cinnamon stone
essonite
hessonite
a garnet ranging in color from yellow to brown
sticks and stone a general term for building materials
Stone Age (archeology) the earliest known period of human culture, characterized by the use of stone implements
Neolithic Age
Neolithic
New Stone Age
latest part of the Stone Age beginning about , BC in the Middle East (but later elsewhere)
pit
stone
remove the pits from, pit plums and cherries
leave no stone unturned search thoroughly and exhaustively, The police left no stone unturned in looking for the President's murderer
stone
lapidate
kill by throwing stones at, People wanted to stone the woman who had a child out of wedlock

 

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