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Stopweg
stop distance
Stopweg
stop distance
Stoppunkt, bedingter Stop
breakpoint
Start-Stop-Betrieb {m} [comp.]
start-stop operation
Start-Stop-Betrieb {m} [comp.]
asynchronous operation
Stopp {m}, Stop {m} [alt]
ohne Stopp
automatischer Stopp
stop
without stopping
autostop
Start-Stop-Betrieb
start-stop operation
Halt {m}; Stopp {m}; Stop {m} [alt]
ohne Stopp
automatischer Stopp
stop
without stopping
autostop
Polizeikelle {f}; Signalkelle {f}; Anhaltekelle {f}; Stop-Kelle {f}; Anhaltestab {m}
Polizeikellen {pl}; Signalkellen {pl}; Anhaltekellen {pl}; Stop-Kellen {pl}; Anhaltestäbe {pl}
Der Polizist winkte den Fahrer mit der Kelle an den Straßenrand.
signalling disc [Br.]; signalling disk [Am.]; handheld signal
signalling discs; signalling disks; handheld signals
The police officer indicated the driver to pull over using a handheld signal.
mit etw. aufhören oder zuwarten {vi}
Jetzt wart einmal!
Alles halt!; Alles stop!
Sag den Männern sie sollen nicht schießen bevor ich den Befehl (dazu) gebe.
to hold sth.
Hold it right there!
Hold everything!
Tell the men to hold their fire until I give the order.
Achtung!; Stop! [naut.]
Avast!
Start-Stopbetrieb
asynchronous operation
Stopfbuchse {f}, Stopfbüchse {f} [techn.]
Stopfbuchsen {pl}, Stopfbüchsen {pl}
stuffing box, compression gland, gland
stuffing boxes, compression glands, glands
Stopfbuchse
stuffing box
Packungsstützring {m} (Stopfbuchse) [mach.]
Packungsstützringe {pl}
gland
glands
Stopfbuchse {f}; Stopfbüchse {f} [techn.]
Stopfbuchsen {pl}; Stopfbüchsen {pl}
stuffing box; compression gland; gland
stuffing boxes; compression glands; glands
Stopfbuchsendichtung {f}
Stopfbuchsendichtungen {pl}
gland nut
gland nuts
Stopfbuchsenpackung {f}, Stopfbüchsenpackung {f} [techn.]
gland packing
Stopfbuchsenpackung {f}; Stopfbüchsenpackung {f} [techn.]
gland packing
Stopfbuchsverschraubung {f}
Stopfbuchsverschraubungen {pl}
stuffing gland
stuffing glands
Stopfbuechse
stuffing box
Stopfbuechsen
stuffing boxes
Stopfbüchsenbrille {f}
Stopfbüchsenbrillen {pl}
gland lid
gland lids
Stopfbüchsenring {m} [techn.]
Stopfbüchsenringe {pl}
gland ring
gland rings
stopfen
cram
Stopfen {m}
Stopfen {pl}
stuff, plug
stuffs, plugs
Stopfen {n}
darning
füllen, voll stopfen, vollstopfen [alt], ausstopfen
to fill
stopfen, ausstopfen, voll stopfen, vollstopfen [alt], füllen, polstern {vt}
stopfend, ausstopfend, voll stopfend, füllend, polsternd
gestopft, ausgestopft, voll gestopft, gefüllt, gepolstert
stopft, stopft aus, stopft voll, füllt, polstert
stopfte, stopfte aus, stopfte voll, füllte, polsterte
to stuff
stuffing
stuffed
stuffs
stuffed
stopfen, ausbessern {vt}
stopfend, ausbessernd
gestopft, ausgebessert
stopft, bessert aus
stopfte, besserte aus
Socken stopfen
to darn
darning
darned
darns
darned
to darn socks
voll stopfen, voll stellen, voll pfropfen, überladen
to lumber (up)
stopfen
darn
Gewebe, Zeug, stopfen
stuff
stopfen
stuff
Stopfen
to stuff
Stopfen {m}; Stöpsel {m}
Stopfen {pl}; Stöpsel {pl}
stopper; plug
stoppers; plugs
Stopfen {n}; Ausbesserung {f} [textil.]
darning
Stopfen {m}; Dorn {m} (beim Schrägwalzverfahren) [techn.]
mandrel (in roll piercing)
Stopfen {m}; Dorn {m} (beim Rohrziehen) [techn.]
fester Stopfen
loser Stopfen
plug (in tube drawing)
fixed plug
floating plug
jdm. etw. rauben; jdn. einer Sache berauben {vt}
rauben; beraubend
geraubt; beraubt
raubt; beraubt
raubte; beraubte
eine Bank ein Postamt etc. überfallen
ein Loch stopfen und dafür ein anderes aufreißen
Man hat ihr ihre gesamten Ersparnisse geraubt.
Sie haben ihn ausgeraubt.
Er überfiel eine Bank und raubte Bargeld und Wertgegenstände im Wert von 500.000 EUR.
Man hat mir meine Würde genommen.
Eine Verletzung im letzten Augenblick hat ihn um seinen Platz in der Mannschaft gebracht.
to rob sb. of sth.
robbing
robbed
robs
robbed
to rob a bank post office etc.
to rob Peter to pay Paul
They robbed her of her life savings.
They robbed him of all his possessions.
He robbed a bank stealing cash and valuables worth EUR 500 000.
I have been robbed of my dignity.
A last-minute injury robbed him of his place on the team.
stopfen; ausstopfen; voll stopfen; vollstopfen [alt]; füllen; polstern {vt}
stopfend; ausstopfend; voll stopfend; füllend; polsternd
gestopft; ausgestopft; voll gestopft; gefüllt; gepolstert
stopft; stopft aus; stopft voll; füllt; polstert
stopfte; stopfte aus; stopfte voll; füllte; polsterte
ausgestopftes Tier; präpariertes Tier
to stuff
stuffing
stuffed
stuffs
stuffed
stuffed animal
stopfen; ausbessern {vt}
stopfend; ausbessernd
gestopft; ausgebessert
stopft; bessert aus
stopfte; besserte aus
Socken stopfen
to darn
darning
darned
darns
darned
to darn socks
voll stopfen; voll stellen; voll pfropfen; überladen
to lumber (up)
jdn. zwangsernähren; (ein Tier) stopfen {vt}
zwangsernährend
zwangsernährt
to force-feed sb. an animal
force-feeding
force-fed
jdn. irgendwohin verfrachten
etw. in etw. (hinein)quetschen; etw. in etw. (hinein)stopfen
to bundle so. into sth.
to bundle sth. into sth.
stopfen {vt}
etw. in etw. (hinein)stopfen; etw. in etw. (hinein)zwängen; etw. in etw. (hinein)quetschen [ugs.]
to jam
to jam sth. into sth.
stopfend
astringent
stopfend
astringently
stopfend
darning
stopfend
plugging
ausstopfend, stopfend
stuffing
stopfend
stuffing
durchfallverhütend; durchfallbekämpfend; stopfend {adj} [pharm.]
antidiarrhoeal [Br.]; antidiarrheal [Am.]; costive
stopfende
astringently
Stopfente {f}
Stopfenten {pl}
force-fed duck
force-fed ducks
Stopfer {m}
Stopfer {pl}
darner
darners
Stopfer
darner
Stopfer
darners
Dunking {m}; Stopfer {m} [sport] (Basketball)
slam dunk
Stopfers
darners
Stopffuß {m} (Nähmaschine) [textil.]
Stopffüße {pl}
darning foot (sewing machine)
darning feet
Stopfgans {f}
Stopfgänse {pl}
force-fed goose
force-fed geese
Stopfgarn {n}
darning cotton
Stopfgarn
darning cotton
Stopfgarn {n} [textil.]
darning cotton
Stopfleber {f}, Gänsestopfleber {f}, Entenstopfleber {f} [cook.]
foie gras
Stopfleber {f}; Gänsestopfleber {f}; Entenstopfleber {f} [cook.]
foie gras
Stopfleber {f} [cook.]
oversized liver (from a force-fed goose)
Stopfmast {f} [agr.]
gavage; force-feeding of birds
Klebstoff {m}, Stopfmittel {n}
emplastic
Klebstoff, Stopfmittel
emplastic
Antidiarrhoikum {n}; Antidiarrhoicum {n}; Stopfmittel {n} [ugs.] [pharm.]
Antidiarrhoika {pl}; Antidiarrhoica {pl}; Stopfmittel {pl}
antidiarrhoeal [Br.] antidiarrheal [Am.] medicine; antidiarrhoeal antidiarrheal drug; antidiarrhoeal antidiarrheal agent; antidiarrhoeal [Br.]; antidiarrhoeal [Am.]; costive agent; costive
antidiarrhoeal antidiarrheal medicines; antidiarrhoeal antidiarrheal drugs; antidiarrhoeal antidiarrheal agents; antidiarrhoeals; antidiarrhoeals; costive agents; costives
Klebstoff {m}; Stopfmittel {n}
emplastic
Stopfnadel {f}
Stopfnadeln {pl}
darning needle
darning needles
Stopfnadel
darning needle
Stopfnadel {f} [textil.]
Stopfnadeln {pl}
darning needle
darning needles
Stopfnadeln
darning needles
ausgestopft, stopfst
stuffed
ausstopfen, abpolstern, polstern {vt}
ausstopfend, abpolsternd, polsternd
ausgestopft, abgepolstert, gepolstert
stopft aus, polstert ab, polstert
stopfte aus, polsterte ab, polsterte
to pad
padding
padded
pads
padded
verstopfen, zustopfen, stöpseln, spunden, verspunden {vt}
verstopfend, zustopfend, stöpselnd, spundend, verspundend
verstopft, zugestopft, gestöpselt, gespundet, verspundet
verstopft, stopft zu, stöpselt, spundet, verspundet
verstopfte, stopfte zu, stöpselte, spundete, verspundete
to plug
plugging
plugged
plugs
plugged
vollpacken, vollstopfen
vollpackend, vollstopfend
vollgepackt, vollgestopft
packt voll, stopft voll
packte voll, stopfte voll
to cram
cramming
crammed
crams
crammed
zustopfen
zustopfend
zugestopft
stopft zu
stopfte zu
to tamp
tamping
tamped
tamps
tamped
stopft voll
crams
stopft
darns
stopft
plugs
polstert, stopft
stuffs
stopft
stuffs
stopft zu
tamps
ausstopfen; abpolstern; polstern {vt}
ausstopfend; abpolsternd; polsternd
ausgestopft; abgepolstert; gepolstert
stopft aus; polstert ab; polstert
stopfte aus; polsterte ab; polsterte
to pad
padding
padded
pads
padded
verstopfen; zustopfen; stöpseln; spunden; verspunden {vt}
verstopfend; zustopfend; stöpselnd; spundend; verspundend
verstopft; zugestopft; gestöpselt; gespundet; verspundet
verstopft; stopft zu; stöpselt; spundet; verspundet
verstopfte; stopfte zu; stöpselte; spundete; verspundete
to plug
plugging
plugged
plugs
plugged
vollpacken; vollstopfen {vt}
vollpackend; vollstopfend
vollgepackt; vollgestopft
packt voll; stopft voll
packte voll; stopfte voll
to cram
cramming
crammed
crams
crammed
zustopfen {vt}
zustopfend
zugestopft
stopft zu
stopfte zu
to tamp
tamping
tamped
tamps
tamped
stopfte voll
crammed
stopfte sich voll
overate
ueberass, stopfte sich voll
overate
stopfte zu
plugged
stopfte
stuffed
stopfte zu
tamped
Zwischenhalt {m}, Zwischenstopp {m}, Zwischenstation {f}, Stopover {m}, Unterbrechung {f}
stopover
Halt {m}, Stopp {m}, Pause {f}, Stoppen {n}
stop
Moratorium {n}, Stillhalteabkommen {n}, Stopp {m} [pol.]
moratorium
Stopp {m}
breakpoint
Stopp-Zeichen {n}
stop character, stop pattern
Stopp
breakpoint
Haltbefehl {m}; Haltinstruktion {f} [comp.]
bedingter Haltbefehl; bedingter Stopp
halt instruction; stop instruction; breakpoint instruction
conditional breakpoint instruction
Moratorium {n}; Stillhalteabkommen {n}; Stopp {m} [pol.]
moratorium
Stopp-Zeichen {n}
stop character; stop pattern
Stoppel {m}
Stoppeln {pl}
stubble
stubbles
Stoppel
stubble
Stoppel, Stoppels
stubble
Stoppelbart {m}
Stoppelbärte {pl}
stubbly beard
stubbly beards
Stoppelbart {m}
Stoppelbärte {pl}
Stoppelbart (am Nachmittag)
stubbly beard
stubbly beards
five o'clock shadow
Stoppelbaerten
stubbly beards
Stoppelbart {m} (am Nachmittag)
five o'clock shadow
Stoppelbart
stubbly beard
Stoppelendenglätter {m} [agr.]
butt adjuster
Stoppelfeder {f}
pinfeather
Stoppelfeder
pinfeather
Stoppelfedern
pinfeathers
Stoppelfeld {n}
Stoppelfelder {pl}
stubble field
stubble fields
Stoppelfeld
stubble field
Stoppelfelder
stubble fields
Stoppelfrisur {f}; Stoppelhaar {n} [Dt.]; Stiftenkopf {m} [Dt.]; Stoppelglatze {f} [Ös.]
crew haircut; crew cut; buzz haircut; buzz cut
Korkgeld {n}; Korkengeld {n}; Stoppelgeld {n}; Zapfengeld {n} [Schw.] [Ös.]
corkage
Schälgrubber {m}; Stoppelgrubber {m} [agr.]
Schälgrubber {pl}; Stoppelgrubber {pl}
chisel cultivator; stubble cultivator
chisel cultivators; stubble cultivators
stoppelig, stopplig {adj}
stubbly, scrubby
stoppelig
stubbly
stoppelig, stoppelige
stubbly
stoppelig
stubby
stoppelig; stopplig {adj}
stubbly; scrubby
stoppelige
stubby
Korkenzieherlocke {f}; Stoppellocke {f} [Ös.]; Stopsellocke {f} [Ös.]; Zapfenlocke {f} [Schw.]
Korkenzieherlocken {pl}; Stoppellocken {pl}; Stopsellocken {pl}; Zapfenlocken {pl}
corkscrew curl
corkscrew curls
nachlesen, stoppeln {vt} [agr.]
nachlesend, stoppelnd
nachgelesen, gestoppelt
to glean
gleaning
gleaned
Stoppeln
stubbles
nachlesen; stoppeln {vt} [agr.] [hist.]
nachlesend; stoppelnd
nachgelesen; gestoppelt
to glean (gather leftover grain after a harvest)
gleaning
gleaned
einsammelnd, stoppelnd
gleaning
sammeln, stoppelst
glean
sammelt ein, stoppelt
gleans
aufhalten, stoppen, hemmen, bremsen
arrest
ein Scheck stoppen
stop a cheque
halten, stoppen, Halteplatz
halt
stoppen, anhalten
stop
abbrechen, aufheben, stoppen, unterbrechen {vt}
abbrechend, aufhebend, stoppend, unterbrechend
abgebrochen, aufgehoben, gestoppt, unterbrochen
bricht ab, hebt auf, stoppt, unterbricht
brach ab, hob auf, stoppte, unterbrach
to break {broke, broken}
breaking
broken
breaks
broke
anhalten, stoppen, halten, stehen bleiben, aufhören {vt}
anhaltend, stoppend, haltend, stehen bleibend, aufhörend
angehalten, gestoppt, gehalten, stehen geblieben, aufgehört
hält an, stoppt, hält, bleibt stehen, hört auf
hielt an, stoppte, hielt, blieb stehen, hörte auf
plötzlich anhalten
etw. vollends anhalten
das Rad der Zeit anhalten wollen
mit dem Rauchen aufhören
to stop
stopping
stopped
stops
stopped
to stop short
to stop cold sth.
to try to stop the march of time
to stop smoking
(mit Uhr) stoppen, messen {vt}
stoppend, messend
gestoppt, gemessen
to time
timing
timed
stoppen, anhalten, verhindern {vt}
stoppend, anhaltend, verhindernd
gestoppt, angehalten, verhindert
to kibosh
kiboshing
kiboshed
blockieren, stoppen
block up
abbrechen, aufheben, stoppen, unterbrechen
break
Einfangen {n}; Stoppen {n} (von etw.) [electr.]
trapping (of sth.)
bei jdn. etw. die Zeit messen; jdn. etw. stoppen {vt}
die Zeit messend; stoppend
die Zeit gemessen; gestoppt
bei einem Pferderennen die Zeit messen
Die Zeit der Läufer wird mit speziellen Uhren gemessen.
Er maß die Zeit die die Schüler für den Test benötigen.
to time sb. sth.
timing
timed
to time a horse race
The runners are timed with special watches.
He timed the students as they completed their tests.
etw. abbrechen; aufheben; stoppen; unterbrechen {vt}
abbrechend; aufhebend; stoppend; unterbrechend
abgebrochen; aufgehoben; gestoppt; unterbrochen
bricht ab; hebt auf; stoppt; unterbricht
brach ab; hob auf; stoppte; unterbrach
to break sth. {broke; broken}
breaking
broken
breaks
broke
etw. anhalten; stoppen [ugs.]; etw. einstellen; jdn. etw. aufhalten {vt}
anhaltend; stoppend; einstellend; aufhaltend
angehalten; gestoppt; eingestellt; aufgehalten
hält an; stoppt; stellt ein; hält auf
hielt an; stoppte; stellete ein; hielt auf
etw. vollends anhalten
das Rad der Zeit anhalten wollen
to stop sb. sth.
stopping
stopped
stops
stopped
to stop cold sth.
to try to stop the march of time
anhalten; stoppen; zum Stehen bringen {vt}
anhaltend; stoppend; zum Stehen bringend
angehalten; gestoppt; zum Stehen gebracht
to pull up
pulling up
pulled up
stehen bleiben; stehenbleiben; halten; Halt machen; anhalten; innehalten {vi}
stehen bleibend; stehenbleibend; haltend; Halt machend; anhaltend; innehaltend
stehen geblieben; stehengeblieben; gehalten; Halt gemacht; angehalten; innegehalten
es bleibt stehen
es blieb stehen
es ist war stehen geblieben
plötzlich anhalten; plötzlich halten
mit dem Rauchen aufhören
bei Rot anhalten
to stop
stopping
stopped
it stops
it stopped
it has had stopped
to stop short
to stop smoking
to stop at red
stoppen; anhalten; verhindern {vt}
stoppend; anhaltend; verhindernd
gestoppt; angehalten; verhindert
to kibosh
kiboshing
kiboshed
etw. aufhalten; etw. stoppen
to arrest sth. [geh.]
Stopper {m}, Stopperin {f} [sport]
centre half, stopper
Stopper {m}; Stopperin {f} [sport]
centre half; stopper
Stopplicht {n}
Stopplichter {pl}
stoplight
stoplights
Stopplicht
stoplight
Stopplichter
stoplights
Klemmmutter {f}; Sicherungsmutter {f}; selbstsichernde Mutter {f}; Stoppmutter {f} [techn.]
Klemmmuttern {pl}; Sicherungsmuttern {pl}; selbstsichernde Muttern {pl}; Stoppmuttern {pl}
Sperrzahnmutter {f}
lock nut; self-locking nut; locking nut
lock nuts; self-locking nuts; locking nuts
self-locking nut with serrated bearing
Stoppposition {f}; Endposition {f} [techn.]
Stopppositionen {pl}; Endpositionen {pl}
stop position; ending position
stop positions; ending positions
Stoppschild {n}
stop sign
Stoppschild {n}
Stoppschilder {pl}
stop sign
stop signs
Stoppschritt {m}
stop element
Haltesignal {n}; Stoppsignal {n} [transp.]
Haltesignale {pl}; Stoppsignale {pl}
bedingtes Haltesignal (Bahn)
unbedingtes Haltesignal; absolutes Haltesignal (Bahn)
stop signal; stop light
stop signals; stop lights
permissive signal; permissive light; permissive stop and proceed light (railway)
absolute stop signal (railway)
Stoppstraße {f}
Stoppstraßen {pl}
stop street
stop streets
Stopptaste {f}
stop button
Stopptaste {f}
Stopptasten {pl}
stop button
stop buttons
stoppte ab
clocked
Mikrochronometer, Stoppuhr
microchronometer
Stoppuhr
stopwatch
Stoppuhr {f}
Stoppuhren {pl}
stop watch, stopwatch
stop watches, stopwatches
Stoppuhr
stop watch
Stoppuhr {f}
Stoppuhren {pl}
stop watch; stopwatch
stop watches; stopwatches
Stoppuhren
stop watches
Stoppuhren
stopwatches
Stoppungsrecht {n} [econ.]
right of stoppage in transit
Stoppweg {m}
stop distance
Stoppzeit {f}
deceleration
Stopschritt
stop element
Korkenzieher {m}; Stopselzieher {m} [Süddt.]
Korkenzieher {pl}; Stopselzieher {pl}
corkscrew; screwpull [tm]
corkscrews; screwpulls
Stoptaste
stop button
asynchron {adj}
asynchrone Arbeitsweise {f}
asynchrone Start-Stopverbindung {f}
asynchrone Übertragung {f}
asynchroner Systemsprung
asynchroner Zähler
asynchronous
asynchronous mode
asynchronous start stop interface
asynchronous transmission
asynchronous system trap
asynchronous counter, ripple counter
asynchron {adj}
asynchrone Arbeitsweise {f}
asynchrone Start-Stopverbindung {f}
asynchrone Übertragung {f}
asynchroner Systemsprung
asynchroner Zähler
asynchronous
asynchronous mode
asynchronous start stop interface
asynchronous transmission
asynchronous system trap
asynchronous counter; ripple counter
Stopweg
stop distance
Stopzeit, Verlangsamung, Verzoegerung
deceleration

Deutsche Synonyme für Stopweg

Englische Synonyme für stop distance

stop  English horn  abandon  abjure  abort  afterthought  allophone  alveolar  anchorage  apico-alveolar  apico-dental  arrest  arrestation  articulation  aspiration  assimilation  awe  baffle  ban  bar  barricade  barrier  bassoon  bearing rein  beat off  belay  bell  bilabial  bind  bit  blank wall  blind alley  blind gut  block  block flute  block up  blockade  blockage  blocking  bombard  bottleneck  boundary  bourdon  bourn  box  brake  break  break of  break off  break the habit  bring to  bring up  bring up short  bung  bureaucratic delay  cacuminal  caesura  call on  call upon  calm  calm down  cancel  caulk  cease  cease fire  cecum  cello  cerebral  cessation  chain  check  check valve  checkmate  checkrein  chink  chock  choke  choke off  choke up  choking  choking off  claribel  clarinet  clarion  clog  clog up  close  close off  close up  closing  closing up  cock  colon  come off  come up short  comma  concert flute  conclude  conclusion  confine  congest  congestion  consonant  constipate  constipation  continuant  cork  corner  cornet  cornopean  costiveness  counter  countercheck  cover  cromorna  cul-de-sac  curb  curb bit  cure  cushion  cut it out  cut off  cut out  cut short  cutoff  cymbel  dam  dam up  damp  dampen  damper  daunt  dead end  dead set  dead stand  dead stop  dead-end street  deaden  deadlock  deafen  debarment  delay  delayage  delayed reaction  dental  depot  desist  desist from  desistance  destination  detain  detention  deter  determent  determine  deterrence  diacritical mark  diapason  die down  diphthong  disaccustom  discontinuance  discontinue  discourage  discouragement  dishearten  dissimilation  disuse  doorstop  double take  drag  drag sail  dragging  draw rein  draw up  drift anchor  drift sail  drive back  drogue  drop  drop in  drop it  dulciana  dull  dwindle  dying down  ebb  ebbing  embolism  embolus  end  end stop  endgame  ending  epenthetic vowel  estoppel  explosive  extremity  faucet  faze  fence  fend  f  
stop light  Roman candle  aid to navigation  alarm  amber light  balefire  beacon  beacon fire  bell  bell buoy  blinker  blue peter  buoy  caution light  flare  fog bell  fog signal  fog whistle  foghorn  glance  go light  gong buoy  green light  heliograph  high sign  international alphabet flag  international numeral pennant  kick  leer  marker beacon  nod  nudge  parachute flare  pilot flag  poke  police whistle  quarantine flag  radio beacon  red flag  red light  rocket  sailing aid  semaphore  semaphore flag  semaphore telegraph  sign  signal  signal beacon  signal bell  signal fire  signal flag  signal gong  signal gun  signal lamp  signal light  signal mast  signal post  signal rocket  signal shot  signal siren  signal tower  spar buoy  stop-and-go light  the nod  the wink  touch  traffic light  traffic signal  watch fire  white flag  wigwag  wigwag flag  wink  yellow flag  
stopgap  action  ad hoc  ad hoc measure  ad lib  ad libitum  ad-lib  ad-libbing  alternate  alternative  answer  arrangement  artifice  backup  band-aid  bung  check valve  cock  contrivance  cork  counterfeit  countermove  coup  course of action  demarche  dernier ressort  device  dodge  dummy  effort  emergency  equivalent  ersatz  expediency  expedient  extemporaneous  extemporaneousness  extemporariness  extemporary  extempore  extemporization  fake  faucet  gimmick  imitation  impromptu  improvisation  improvisational  improvisatorial  improvise  improvised  improvision  improviso  jury-rig  jury-rigged  jury-rigged expedient  last expedient  last resort  last shift  lid  makeshift  makeshifty  maneuver  means  measure  mock  move  off-the-cuff  offhand  peg  phony  pin  pinch  pis aller  playing by ear  plug  pro tempore  provisional  proxy  recourse  refuge  reserve  resort  resource  rough-and-ready  rough-and-tumble  sea cock  secondary  shake-up  shift  solution  spare  spigot  spike  spile  spill  step  stop  stopper  stopple  stratagem  stroke  stroke of policy  substitute  tactic  tap  temporary  temporary arrangement  temporary expedient  temporary measure  tentative  token  trick  trump  unrehearsed  utility  valve  vicarious  working hypothesis  working proposition  
stoppage  Jacksonian epilepsy  Rolandic epilepsy  Z  abdominal epilepsy  access  acquired epilepsy  activated epilepsy  affect epilepsy  afterthought  akinetic epilepsy  apodosis  apoplexy  arrest  arrestation  attack  autonomic epilepsy  bar  barrier  bell  bind  blank wall  blind alley  blind gut  block  blockade  blockage  bottleneck  bureaucratic delay  cardiac epilepsy  catastrophe  ceasing  cecum  cessation  check  checkmate  choking  choking off  clog  clonic spasm  clonus  coda  conclusion  congestion  constipation  consummation  convulsion  cortical epilepsy  costiveness  crack of doom  cramp  cul-de-sac  culmination  cursive epilepsy  curtain  curtains  cutoff  dead end  dead stop  deadlock  death  debarment  decease  delay  delayage  delayed reaction  denouement  destination  destiny  detention  determent  deterrence  discouragement  diurnal epilepsy  doom  double take  dragging  eclampsia  effect  embolism  embolus  end  end point  endgame  ending  envoi  epilepsia  epilepsia gravior  epilepsia major  epilepsia minor  epilepsia mitior  epilepsia nutans  epilepsia tarda  epilepsy  epilogue  eschatology  estoppel  expiration  falling sickness  fate  final solution  final twitch  final whistle  final words  finale  finality  finis  finish  fit  focal epilepsy  forbiddance  foreclosure  forestalling  frenzy  full stop  goal  gorge  grand mal  grinding halt  gun  halt  hang-up  haute mal  hindrance  holdup  hysterical epilepsy  ictus  impasse  impediment  infarct  infarction  interim  izzard  jam  lag  lagging  larval epilepsy  laryngeal epilepsy  laryngospasm  last  last breath  last gasp  last things  last trumpet  last words  latent epilepsy  latter end  lockjaw  lockout  logjam  matutinal epilepsy  menstrual epilepsy  moratorium  musicogenic epilepsy  myoclonous epilepsy  nocturnal epilepsy  obstacle  obstipation  obstruction  obviation  occlusion  omega  paperasserie  paroxysm  pause  payoff  period  peroration  petit mal  physiologic epilepsy  preclusio  
stopped  accented  alveolar  apical  apico-alveolar  apico-dental  arrested  articulated  assimilated  back  backward  barytone  behindhand  belated  bilabial  blocked  bound  broad  cacuminal  central  cerebral  checked  choked  choked up  clogged  clogged up  close  congested  consonant  consonantal  constipated  continuant  costive  delayed  delayed-action  dental  detained  dissimilated  dorsal  flat  foul  fouled  front  full  glide  glossal  glottal  guttural  hard  heavy  held up  high  hung up  in a bind  in abeyance  infarcted  intonated  jammed  labial  labiodental  labiovelar  late  lateral  latish  lax  light  lingual  liquid  low  mid  monophthongal  moratory  muted  narrow  nasal  nasalized  never on time  obstipated  obstructed  occlusive  open  overdue  oxytone  packed  palatal  palatalized  pharyngeal  pharyngealized  phonemic  phonetic  phonic  pitch  pitched  plugged  plugged up  posttonic  retarded  retroflex  rounded  semivowel  slow  soft  sonant  stopped up  stressed  strong  stuffed  stuffed up  surd  syllabic  tardy  tense  thick  throaty  tonal  tonic  twangy  unaccented  unpunctual  unready  unrounded  unstressed  untimely  velar  vocalic  vocoid  voiced  voiceless  vowel  vowellike  weak  wide  
stopper  KO  bar  bind  block  block up  blockade  bonnet  bung  cap  caulk  ceil  check valve  chink  choke  choke off  choke up  clincher  clog  clog up  close  cock  coif  congest  constipate  cork  cover  crown  crusher  dam  dam up  death stroke  deathblow  dome  end-all  ender  faucet  fill  fill up  final stroke  finisher  finishing stroke  foul  hat  hood  jam  kayo  kayo punch  knockout  knockout blow  last dab  lid  obstipate  obstruct  occlude  operculum  pack  peg  pin  plug  plug up  quietus  roof  roof in  sea cock  settler  sockdolager  spigot  spike  spile  spill  stanch  stay  stench  stop  stop up  stopgap  stopple  stuff  stuff up  tap  tip  top  valve  
stopping place  Z  anchorage  apodosis  bourn  catastrophe  ceasing  cessation  coda  conclusion  consummation  crack of doom  culmination  curtain  curtains  death  decease  denouement  destination  destiny  doom  effect  end  end point  ending  envoi  epilogue  eschatology  expiration  fate  final solution  final twitch  final words  finale  finality  finis  finish  goal  harbor  haven  izzard  last  last breath  last gasp  last stop  last things  last trumpet  last words  latter end  omega  payoff  period  peroration  port  quietus  resolution  resting place  stop  stoppage  swan song  term  terminal  terminal point  termination  terminus  windup  
stopple  bar  bind  block  block up  blockade  bung  caulk  check valve  chink  choke  choke off  choke up  clog  clog up  cock  congest  constipate  cork  cover  dam  dam up  faucet  fill  fill up  foul  jam  lid  obstipate  obstruct  pack  peg  pin  plug  plug up  sea cock  spigot  spike  spile  spill  stanch  stay  stench  stop  stop up  stopgap  stopper  stuff  stuff up  tap  valve  

Lexikoneinträge für stop distance

Distance (n.) The space between two objects
Distance (n.) Remoteness of place
Distance (n.) A space marked out in the last part of a race course.
Distance (n.) Relative space, between troops in ranks, measured from front to rear
Distance (n.) Space between two antagonists in fencing.
Distance (n.) The part of a picture which contains the representation of those objects which are the farthest away, esp. in a landscape.
Distance (n.) Ideal disjunction
Distance (n.) Length or interval of time
Distance (n.) The remoteness or reserve which respect requires
Distance (n.) A withholding of intimacy
Distance (n.) Remoteness in succession or relation
Distance (n.) The interval between two notes
Distance (v. t.) To place at a distance or remotely.
Distance (v. t.) To cause to appear as if at a distance
Distance (v. t.) To outstrip by as much as a distance (see Distance, n., 3)
Long-stop (n.) One who is set to stop balls which pass the wicket keeper.
Stop (v. t.) To close, as an aperture, by filling or by obstructing
Stop (v. t.) To obstruct
Stop (v. t.) To arrest the progress of
Stop (v. t.) To hinder from acting or moving
Stop (v. t.) To regulate the sounds of, as musical strings, by pressing them against the finger board with the finger, or by shortening in any way the vibrating part.
Stop (v. t.) To point, as a composition
Stop (v. t.) To make fast
Stop (v. i.) To cease to go on
Stop (v. i.) To cease from any motion, or course of action.
Stop (v. i.) To spend a short time
Stop (n.) The act of stopping, or the state of being stopped
Stop (n.) That which stops, impedes, or obstructs
Stop (n.) A device, or piece, as a pin, block, pawl, etc., for arresting or limiting motion, or for determining the position to which another part shall be brought.
Stop (n.) The closing of an aperture in the air passage, or pressure of the finger upon the string, of an instrument of music, so as to modify the tone
Stop (n.) In the organ, one of the knobs or handles at each side of the organist, by which he can draw on or shut off any register or row of pipes
Stop (n.) A member, plain or molded, formed of a separate piece and fixed to a jamb, against which a door or window shuts. This takes the place, or answers the purpose, of a rebate. Also, a pin or block to prevent a drawer from sliding too far.
Stop (n.) A point or mark in writing or printing intended to distinguish the sentences, parts of a sentence, or clauses
Stop (n.) The diaphragm used in optical instruments to cut off the marginal portions of a beam of light passing through lenses.
Stop (n.) The depression in the face of a dog between the skull and the nasal bones. It is conspicuous in the bulldog, pug, and some other breeds.
Stop (n.) Some part of the articulating organs, as the lips, or the tongue and palate, closed (a) so as to cut off the passage of breath or voice through the mouth and the nose (distinguished as a lip-stop, or a front-stop, etc., as in p, t, d, etc.), or (b) so as to obstruct, but not entirely cut off, the passage, as in l, n, etc.
Stop-gap (n.) That which closes or fills up an opening or gap
Stop-over (a.) Permitting one to stop over

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

whistle-stop tour a tour by a candidate as part of a political campaign in which a series of small towns are visited, in Truman crossed the country several times on his whistle-stop tours
stop stopover
layover
a brief stay in the course of a journey, they made a stopover to visit their friends
night-stop a break in a journey for the night
pit stop a brief stop at a pit during an automobile race to take on fuel or service the car
pit stop a stop during an automobile trip for rest and refreshment
stop
stoppage
the act of stopping something, the third baseman made some remarkable stops, his stoppage of the flow resulted in a flood
blockage
block closure
occlusion
stop stoppage
an obstruction in a pipe or tube, we had to call a plumber to clear out the blockage in the drainpipe
catch stop a restraint that checks the motion of something, he used a book as a stop to hold the door open
diapason
diapason stop
either of the two main stops on a pipe organ
diaphragm
stop
a mechanical device in a camera that controls size of aperture of the lens, the new cameras adjust the diaphragm automatically
flue stop an organ stop with the tone of a flue pipe
organ stop a graduated set of organ pipes of like tone quality
pull-off
rest area
rest stop
layby
lay-by
designated paved area beside a main road where cars can stop temporarily
reed stop an organ stop with the tone of a reed instrument
stop (music) a knob on an organ that is pulled to change the sound quality from the organ pipes, the organist pulled out all the stops
stop bath
short-stop
short-stop bath
an acid bath used to stop the action of a developer
stopwatch
stop watch
a timepiece that can be started or stopped for exact timing (as of a race)
truck stop a roadside service station (and restaurant) that caters to truck drivers
whistle stop
flag stop
way station
a small railway station between the principal stations or a station where the train stops only on a signal
distance the property created by the space between two objects or points
mean distance the arithmetic mean of the maximum and minimum distances of a celestial body (satellite or secondary star) from its primary
focal distance
focal length
the distance from a lens to its focus
hyperfocal distance the distance in front of a lens that is focused at infinity beyond which all objects are well defined and clear
distance length size of the gap between two places, the distance from New York to Chicago, he determined the length of the shortest line segment joining the two points
skip distance the shortest distance that permits radio signals (of a given frequency) to travel from the transmitter to the receiver by reflection from the ionosphere
distance vision vision for objects that afeet or more from the viewer
middle distance the part of a scene between the foreground and the background
long distance
long-distance call
trunk call
a telephone call made outside the local calling area, I talked to her by long distance
stop order
stop-loss order
an order to a broker to sell (buy) when the price of a security falls (rises) to a designated level
stop payment a depositor's order to a bank to refuse payment on a check
stop press late news that is inserted into the newspaper at the last minute
period
point
full stop
stop full point
a punctuation mark (.) placed at the end of a declarative sentence to indicate a full stop or after abbreviations, in England they call a period a stop
stop consonant
stop
occlusive
plosive consonant
plosive speech sound
plosive
a consonant produced by stopping the flow of air at some point and suddenly releasing it, his stop consonants are too aspirated
labial stop a stop consonant that is produced with the lips
glottal stop
glottal plosive
glottal catch
a stop consonant articulated by releasing pressure at the glottis, as in the sudden onset of a vowel
suction stop
click
a stop consonant made by the suction of air into the mouth (as in Bantu)
stop
halt
the event of something ending, it came to a stop at the bottom of the hill
distance
aloofness
indifference by personal withdrawal, emotional distance
bus stop a place on a bus route where buses stop to discharge and take on passengers
distance a distant region, I could see it in the distance
stop a spot where something halts or pauses, his next stop is Atlanta
marathoner
marathon runner
road runner
long-distance runner
someone who participates in long-distance races (especially in marathons)
focal ratio
f number
stop number
speed
the ratio of the focal length to the diameter of a (camera) lens system
angular distance the angular separation between two objects as perceived by an observer, he recorded angular distances between the stars
arrest
check
halt
hitch
stay
stop
stoppage
the state of inactivity following an interruption, the negotiations were in arrest, held them in check, during the halt he got some lunch, the momentary stay enabled him to escape the blow, he spent the entire stop in his seat
distance
space
the interval between two times, the distance from birth to death, it all happened in the space ofminutes
distance a remote point in time, if that happens it will be at some distance in the future, at a distance of ten years he had forgotten many of the details
break break off
discontinue
stop
prevent completion, stop the project, break off the negotiations
hold on stop c stop and wait, as if awaiting further instructions or developments, Hold on a moment!
check turn back
arrest
stop
contain
hold back
hold back, as of a danger or an enemy, check the expansion or influence of, Arrest the downward trend, Check the growth of communism in South East Asia, Contain the rebel movement, Turn back the tide of communism
plug stop up
secure
fill or close tightly with or as if with a plug, plug the hole, stop up the leak
intercept
stop
seize on its way, The fighter plane was ordered to intercept an aircraft that had entered the country's airspace
barricade
block
blockade
stop block off
block up
bar
render unsuitable for passage, block the way, barricade the streets, stop the busy road
freeze
stop dead
stop moving or become immobilized, When he saw the police car he froze
stop cause to stop, stop a car, stop the thief
stop
halt
come to a halt, stop moving, the car stopped, She stopped in front of a store window
stop stop over interrupt a trip, we stopped at Aunt Mary's house, they stopped for three days in Florence
outdistance
outstrip
distance
go far ahead of, He outdistanced the other runners
stop
halt
block kibosh
stop from happening or developing, Block his election, Halt the process
end
stop d finish
terminate
cease d
have an end, in a temporal, spatial, or quantitative sense, either spatial or metaphorical, the bronchioles terminate in a capillary bed, Your rights stop where you infringe upon the rights of other, My property ends by the bushes, The symphony ends in a pianissimo
lay over
stop over
interrupt a journey temporarily, e.g., overnight, We had to stop over in Venezuela on our flight back from Brazil
stand back
keep one's eyes off
keep one's distance
keep one's hands off
stay away
stay clear of, avoid, Keep your hands off my wife!, Keep your distance from this man--he is dangerous
discontinue
stop
cease
give up
quit lay off
put an end to a state or an activity, Quit teasing your little brother
distance keep at a distance, we have to distance ourselves from these events in order to continue living
long-distance covering a long distance, a long-distance runner, a long-distance freight train, she ran off with a long-distance truck driver
long-distance of or relating to or being a long-distance telephone call, a long-distance call, a long-distance transmission line, a long-distance operator

 

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