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Transport Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Transport {m} [geol.]
fluviatiler Transport
sprungweiser Transport
tektonischer Transport
transport(ation)
fluviatile transport; potamic transport
saltation
tectonic transport; tectonic flow
Beförderung {f}; Transport {m} (von etw.) [transp.]
die Beförderung auf der Straße
innerwerklicher Transport
Anforderungen des modernen Transports
conveyance; haulage; transport [Br.]; transportation [Am.] (of sth.)
road conveyance; road haulage; road transport transportation; trucking [Am.]; truckage [Am.]
in-plant transportation
requirements of modern transport
Transport
transportation
Transport
porterage
Transport
portage
Transport {m}
freightage
Transport {m}
portage
Transport {m}
transportation
Transport
transport
Transport
freightage
Transport
carriage
den Transport von ... durchführen
to effect the transport of
Transport {m}; Trägerlohn {m}
porterage
Transport, Spedition
conveyance
Transport {m}, Spedition {f}
conveyance
Laden und Transport
load and carry
Kombi-Transport {m}
combined transport
Transport, Traegerlohn
porterage
Transport; Verkehrsmittel
transport
was den Transport betrifft
as to the mode of transportation
Transport, Wagenvorschub
carriage
den Transport beschaffen
contract for the transport
Fuhrgeld, Transport
haulage
kombinierter Transport
combined transport
multimodaler Transport
multimodal transport
Transport von Teilen
components transport
transportieren, Transport
transport
Transport {m}, Trägerlohn {m}
porterage
Befoerderung, Transport, Ziehen
traction
Gefahrguttransport {m}, Gefahrgut-Transport {m}
hazardous materials transportation, hazmat transportation [Am.]
Transport, Verkehr, Verkehrswirtschaft
transport
Transport {m}; Gütertransport {m}; Beförderung {f}
carriage
Transportkosten, Transport, Beförderung
carriage
Trommel zum Transport von Flüssigkeiten
tight barrel
Beförderung {f}, Transport {m}, Ziehen {n}
traction
Transport {m}, Gütertransport {m}, Beförderung {f}
carriage
die beim Transport der Ware entstehen
involved in bringing the goods there
frachtfrei; frei {adv}; Transport bezahlt
carriage paid (C P)
Zufuehrung, Transport, zufuehren, Vorschub
feed
Transport {m}, Beförderung {f}
Transporte {pl}, Beförderungen
transport
transports
das sich auf den Transport der Ware bezieht
covering the transport of the goods
Zuführung {f}, Transport {m}, Vorschub {m}
automatische Zufuhr
feed
auto feed
Durchfuhr {f}; Durchlieferung {f}; Transit {m} [econ.] [transp.]
Warentransitverkehr {m}
unterwegs; auf dem Transport
transit
transit of goods
in transit
Tanse {f}, fassartiger, oben offener Behälter aus Holz, meist zum Transport von Milch

Portage {f}; Transport {m} (von Kanus bzw. deren Ladung) über Land (um ein anderes Gewässer zu erreichen oder ein Hindernis zu umgehen) [naut.]
portage; portaging (overland transport of canoes or their cargo)
Fass {n} zur Lagerung und zum Transport radioaktiven Materials; Castor-Behälter {m}; Castor {m} [techn.]
cask for storage and transport of radioactive material; castor
Rettungshubschrauber {m}; Rettungs-Transport-Hubschrauber {m} RTH [aviat.]
Rettungshubschrauber {pl}
rescue helicopter
rescue helicopters
Massengut {n} [econ.]
Massengüter {pl}
Ankauf von Massengütern
Transport von Massengütern
ein Schiff mit Massengütern beladen
bulk commodity
bulk goods; goods in bulk
bulk buying
bulk transport
to load a vessel in bulk
Verkehr {m} [transp.]
kombinierter Verkehr; intermodaler Verkehr; verkehrsträgerübergreifender Transport; Zusammenwirken verschiedener Verkehrsträger
multimodaler Verkehr
transport
intermodal transport
multimodal transport
Konterbande {f}; Schmuggel Schleichhandel {m} auf dem Seeweg [naut.]
Schmuggelhandel {m}
Kriegskonterbande {f}
Quasi-Konterbande {f}
Schleichhandel (auf dem Seeweg) betreiben
Transport der der Konterbande gleichzusetzen ist
contraband
contraband trade
contraband of war
quasi-contraband
to run contraband
contraband by analogy

Deutsche Synonyme für Transport

transport  
Transport  Vorschub  Zuführung  
Beförderung  Gütertransport  Spedition  Transport  
Beförderung  Bewegung  Positionsänderung  Translokation  Transport  Verschiebung  
Transport  Vorschub  Zuführung  
transport  Elysium  abandon  agitate  air express  airfreight  airlift  ardor  asportation  ban  

Englische Synonyme für transport

transport  Elysium  abandon  agitate  air express  airfreight  airlift  ardor  asportation  ban  banish  bear  bearing  beatification  beatitude  becharm  beguile  bewitch  bewitchment  blackball  blessedness  bliss  blissfulness  bring  buck  captivate  carriage  carrier  carry  carry away  carrying  cartage  cast a spell  cast out  charm  cheer  cheerfulness  cloud nine  conduct  convey  conveyance  craze  cut  delectate  delectation  delight  delirium  deliver  deport  disfellowship  displace  drayage  ecstasy  ecstatics  elation  electrify  elevate  enchant  enchantment  enrapture  enravish  enthrall  enthusiasm  entrance  euphoria  exaltation  excite  exclude  excommunicate  exhilaration  exile  expatriate  expel  expressage  extradite  exuberance  exultation  fascinate  felicity  ferriage  ferry  fervor  fetch  fire and fury  fly  forward  freak out  freight  freightage  frenzy  fugitate  furor  furore  fury  gaiety  get  gladness  glee  happiness  haul  haulage  hauling  heaven  high spirits  hump  hypnotize  hysteria  imparadise  infatuate  inflame  intoxication  intrigue  joy  joyance  joyfulness  knock dead  knock out  lift  lighterage  lug  lugging  madness  manhandle  mesmerize  move  moving  orgasm  orgy  ostracize  outlaw  overhappiness  overjoyfulness  pack  packing  paradise  passion  portage  porterage  proscribe  provoke  quicken  rage  railway express  rapture  ravish  ravishment  relegate  remove  rhapsody  rusticate  send  send away  send down  send to Coventry  seventh heaven  ship  shipment  shipping  slay  snub  spell  spellbind  spurn  stimulate  stir up  sunshine  take  tearing passion  telpherage  thrill  thrust out  tickle  tickle pink  titillate  tote  toting  towering rage  trance  transfer  transferral  transit  transmit  transportation  transporting  transshipment  truckage  unalloyed happiness  uplift  vamp  waft  waftage  wagonage  whisk  wing  witch  wow  
transportable  assignable  communicable  conductive  consignable  contagious  conveyable  expressable  impartable  interchangeable  mailable  metathetic  movable  portable  portative  removable  transferable  transfusable  transmissible  transmissive  transmittable  transportative  transposable  
transportation  air express  airfreight  airlift  asportation  banishment  bearing  blackballing  carriage  carry  carrying  cartage  conveyance  defrocking  degradation  demotion  depluming  deportation  deprivation  disbarment  disfellowship  displuming  drayage  exclusion  excommunication  exile  expatriation  expressage  extradition  ferriage  freight  freightage  fugitation  haulage  hauling  lighterage  lugging  moving  ostracism  ostracization  outlawing  outlawry  packing  portage  porterage  railway express  relegation  rustication  shipment  shipping  stripping  telpherage  toting  transit  transport  transporting  transshipment  truckage  unfrocking  waft  waftage  wagonage  
transported  abandoned  absent  absentminded  absorbed  abstracted  amok  bellowing  bemused  berserk  bursting with happiness  carried away  castle-building  daydreaming  daydreamy  delirious  demoniac  distracted  dreaming  dreamy  drowsing  ecstatic  elate  elated  elsewhere  enchanted  engrossed  enraptured  enravished  entranced  exalted  exultant  faraway  feral  ferocious  fierce  flushed  frantic  freaked out  frenzied  fulminating  furious  haggard  half-awake  high  hog-wild  howling  hysterical  imparadised  in a reverie  in a transport  in ecstasies  in heaven  in hysterics  in paradise  in raptures  in seventh heaven  in the clouds  intoxicated  jubilant  lost  lost in thought  mad  madding  maniac  meditative  mooning  moonraking  museful  musing  napping  nodding  oblivious  on cloud nine  orgasmic  orgiastic  overjoyed  overjoyful  pensive  pipe-dreaming  possessed  preoccupied  rabid  raging  ramping  ranting  rapt  raptured  rapturous  raving  ravished  rhapsodic  roaring  running mad  sent  somewhere else  stargazing  storming  taken up  unconscious  uncontrollable  violent  wild  wild-eyed  wild-looking  woolgathering  wrapped in thought  
transporter  Aquarius  Ganymede  Hebe  bearer  bheesty  busboy  caddie  cargo handler  carrier  carrier pigeon  carter  common carrier  conveyer  coolie  cupbearer  drayman  express  expressman  freighter  gun bearer  hauler  homing pigeon  letter carrier  litter-bearer  porter  redcap  shield-bearer  skycap  stevedore  stretcher-bearer  the Water Bearer  truck driver  trucker  wagoner  water boy  water carrier  

Lexikoneinträge für transport(ation) / fluviatile transport; potamic transport / saltation / tectonic transport; tectonic flow

-ation () A suffix forming nouns of action, and often equivalent to the verbal substantive in -ing. It sometimes has the further meanings of state, and that which results from the action. Many of these nouns have verbs in -ate
Flow () imp. sing. of Fly, v. i.
Flow (v. i.) To move with a continual change of place among the particles or parts, as a fluid
Flow (v. i.) To become liquid
Flow (v. i.) To proceed
Flow (v. i.) To glide along smoothly, without harshness or asperties
Flow (v. i.) To have or be in abundance
Flow (v. i.) To hang loose and waving
Flow (v. i.) To rise, as the tide
Flow (v. i.) To discharge blood in excess from the uterus.
Flow (v. t.) To cover with water or other liquid
Flow (v. t.) To cover with varnish.
Flow (n.) A stream of water or other fluid
Flow (n.) A continuous movement of something abundant
Flow (n.) Any gentle, gradual movement or procedure of thought, diction, music, or the like, resembling the quiet, steady movement of a river
Flow (n.) The tidal setting in of the water from the ocean to the shore. See Ebb and flow, under Ebb.
Flow (n.) A low-lying piece of watery land
Fluviatile (a.) Belonging to rivers or streams
Saltation (n.) A leaping or jumping.
Saltation (n.) Beating or palpitation
Saltation (n.) An abrupt and marked variation in the condition or appearance of a species
Tectonic (a.) Of or pertaining to building or construction
Transport (v. t.) To carry or bear from one place to another
Transport (v. t.) To carry, or cause to be carried, into banishment, as a criminal
Transport (v. t.) To carry away with vehement emotion, as joy, sorrow, complacency, anger, etc.
Transport (v.) Transportation
Transport (v.) A vessel employed for transporting, especially for carrying soldiers, warlike stores, or provisions, from one place to another, or to convey convicts to their destination
Transport (v.) Vehement emotion
Transport (v.) A convict transported, or sentenced to exile.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

leap
leaping
spring
saltation
bound
bounce
a light, self-propelled movement upwards or forwards
work flow
workflow
progress (or rate of progress) in work being done
transportation
transport transfer
transferral
conveyance
the act of moving something from one location to another
flow
stream
the act of flowing or streaming, continuous progression
dancing
dance
terpsichore
saltation
taking a series of rhythmical steps (and movements) in time to music
transportation shipping
transport
the commercial enterprise of moving goods and materials
air transportation
air transport
transportation by air
conveyance
transport
something that serves as a means of transportation
laminar flow clean room a clean room free of all extraneous particles, used in fabricating microprocessors
public transport conveyance for passengers or mail or freight
tape drive
tape transport
transport
a mechanism that transports magnetic tape across the read
write
heads of a tape playback
recorder
transport ship a ship for carrying soldiers or military equipment
troop carrier
troop transport
any land or sea or air vehicle designed to carry troops
menorrhea
menstrual blood
menstrual flow
flow of blood from the uterus, occurs at roughly monthly intervals during a woman's reproductive years
cystic fibrosis transport regulator
CFTR
the gene that is mutated in cystic fibrosis
tectonics
plate tectonics
plate tectonic theory
the branch of geology studying the folding and faulting of the earth's crust
flow chart
flowchart
flow diagram
flow sheet
a diagram of the sequence of operations in a computer program or an accounting system
crustal movement
tectonic movement
movement resulting from or causing deformation of the earth's crust
leap
jump
saltation
an abrupt transition, a successful leap from college to the major leagues
tidal flow
tidal current
the water current caused by the tides
flow
flowing
the motion characteristic of fluids (liquids or gases)
airflow
air flow
flow of air
the flow of air, she adjusted the fan so that the airflow was directed right at her
saltation (genetics) a mutation that drastically changes the phenotype of an organism or species
stream
flow
current
dominant course (suggestive of running water) of successive events or ideas, two streams of development run through American history, stream of consciousness, the flow of thought, the current of history
turbulent flow flow in which the velocity at any point varies erratically
streamline flow flow of a gas or liquid in which the velocity at any point is relatively steady
laminar flow nonturbulent streamline flow in parallel layers (laminae)
swamp horsetail
water horsetail
Equisetum fluviatile
Eurasia, northern North America to Virginia
cash flow the excess of cash revenues over cash outlays in a give period of time (not including nonash expenses)
active transport transport of a substance (as a protein or drug) across a cell membrane against the concentration gradient, requires an expenditure of energy
flow any uninterrupted stream or discharge
menstruation
menses
menstruum
catamenia
period
flow
the monthly discharge of blood from the uterus of nonpregnant women from puberty to menopause, the women were sickly and subject to excessive menstruation, a woman does not take the gout unless her menses be stopped--Hippocrates, the semen begins to appear in males and to be emitted at the same time of life that the catamenia begin to flow in females--Aristotle
passive transport transport of a substance across a cell membrane by diffusion, expenditure of energy is not required
saltation (geology) the leaping movement of sand or soil particles as they are transported in a fluid medium over an uneven surface
transport an exchange of molecules (and their kinetic energy and momentum) across the boundary between adjacent layers of a fluid or across cell membranes
ecstasy
rapture
transport
exaltation
raptus
a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion, listening to sweet music in a perfect rapture- Charles Dickens
stream
flow
something that resembles a flowing stream in moving continuously, a stream of people emptied from the terminal, the museum had planned carefully for the flow of visitors
flow
flow rate
rate of flow
the amount of fluid that flows in a given time
menstruate
flow
undergo menstruation, She started menstruating at the age of
flow cover or swamp with water
flow away
flow off
flow off or away gradually, The water flowed off from the pipe
flow out
effuse
flow or spill forth
transmit
transfer
transport channel
channelize
channelise
send from one person or place to another, transmit a message
transport
carry
move while supporting, either in a vehicle or in one's hands or on one's body, You must carry your camping gear, carry the suitcases to the car, This train is carrying nuclear waste, These pipes carry waste water into the river
hang fall
flow
fall or flow in a certain way, This dress hangs well, Her long black hair flowed down her back
enchant
enrapture
transport
enthrall
ravish
enthral
delight
hold spellbound
transport send
ship
transport commercially
transport move something or somebody around, usually over long distances
flow flux move or progress freely as if in a stream, The crowd flowed out of the stadium
run flow
feed course
move along, of liquids, Water flowed into the cave, the Missouri feeds into the Mississippi
flow cause to flow, The artist flowed the washes on the paper
be due
flow from
be the result of
flow be abundantly present, The champagne flowed at the wedding
tectonic architectonic of or pertaining to construction or architecture
tectonic pertaining to the structure or movement of the earth's crust, tectonic plates, tectonic valleys

 

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