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Deutsche Synonyme für Trockenmass

Englische Synonyme für dry measure

dry  Rabelaisian  Saharan  Spartan  WCTU  acarpous  acerb  acerbate  acerbic  acescent  acetose  acid  acidulous  air-dry  anhydrate  anhydrous  antisaloon  apathetic  arid  ascetic  athirst  austere  bake  baked  bald  bare  barren  blah  blank  blast-freeze  bleed  bleed white  bloodless  blot  bone-dry  brassy  brazen  brine  broken-record  bromidic  brush  burn  cake  candid  caustic  celibate  characterless  childless  choked  coarse  cold  colorless  common  commonplace  concrete  congeal  corn  crab  crabbed  cracked  croaking  croaky  cure  cynical  dead  dehumidify  dehydrate  dehydrated  denude  deplete  depleted  deplume  desert  desiccate  desiccated  desolate  despoil  direct  discreet  dismal  displume  divest  draggy  drain  drained  drearisome  dreary  dried-up  droughty  dry as dust  dry-cure  dry-salt  dryasdust  dull  dusty  earthbound  effete  elephantine  embalm  empty  etiolated  evaporate  everlasting  exhaust  exhausted  exsiccate  fade  fallow  fire  flat  flay  fleece  frank  freeze  freeze-dry  fruitless  fume  gaunt  gelded  grating  green  gruff  guttural  harping  harsh  harsh-sounding  heavy  high and dry  ho-hum  hoarse  hollow  homely  homespun  humdrum  husky  impotent  impoverish  impoverished  inane  indurate  ineffectual  inexcitable  infecund  infertile  insipid  insolate  invariable  ironic  irradiate  issueless  jarring  jejune  jerk  jog-trot  juiceless  kiln  kipper  leached  leaden  lean  lifeless  like parchment  literal  long-winded  low-spirited  marinade  marinate  matter-of-fact  menopausal  metallic  milk  modest  moistureless  monotonous  mummify  mundane  natural  neat  nonfertile  nonproducing  nonproductive  nonprolific  open  pale  pallid  parch  parched  pedestrian  phlegmatic  pick clean  pickle  pickled  plain  plain-speaking  plain-spoken  plodding  pluck  pointless  poky  ponderous  preservatize  prohibitionist  prolix  prosaic  prosing  prosy  pungent  pure  quick-freeze  ragged  rasping  raucid  raucous  r  
dry clean  bleach  bowdlerize  clean  clean out  clean up  cleanse  clear out  delouse  depurate  deterge  dust  dust off  expurgate  freshen  lustrate  purge  purify  reform  scavenge  spruce  steam-clean  sweep out  sweeten  tidy  whiten  wipe  wipe off  wipe out  wipe up  
dry cure  anhydrate  blast-freeze  brine  corn  cure  dehydrate  desiccate  dry  dry-salt  embalm  evaporate  freeze  freeze-dry  fume  irradiate  jerk  kipper  marinade  marinate  mummify  pickle  preservatize  quick-freeze  refrigerate  salt  season  smoke  smoke-cure  stuff  
dry dock  anchorage  anchorage ground  basin  berth  breakwater  bulkhead  dock  dockage  dockyard  embankment  groin  harbor  harborage  haven  jetty  jutty  landing  landing place  landing stage  marina  mole  moorings  pier  port  protected anchorage  quay  road  roads  roadstead  seaport  seawall  shipyard  slip  wharf  
dry land  acres  alluvion  alluvium  arable land  clay  clod  crust  dirt  dust  earth  freehold  glebe  grassland  ground  land  landholdings  lithosphere  marginal land  marl  mold  real estate  real property  region  regolith  sod  soil  subaerial deposit  subsoil  terra  terra firma  terrain  territory  the country  topsoil  woodland  
dry nurse  aliment  amah  ayah  breast-feed  care for  cherish  coddle  cosset  cradle  cultivate  fatten  fatten up  feed  fondle  force-feed  foster  lactate  lavish care on  mammy  mother  nanny  nourish  nurse  nursemaid  nurserymaid  nurture  nutrify  pamper  sitter  spoon-feed  stuff  suckle  sustain  wet nurse  wet-nurse  
dry rot  blast  blight  cancer  canker  caries  carrion  decay  decomposition  foulness  fungus  gangrene  mildew  mold  mortification  moth  moth and rust  must  necrosis  pest  putrefaction  putrescence  putridity  putridness  rancidity  rancidness  rankness  rot  rottenness  rust  slough  smut  sphacelation  sphacelus  spoilage  tooth decay  worm  
dry run  Gedankenexperiment  action  air cover  air raid  air support  amphibious operations  audition  bench test  bombing  combined operations  cover  flight test  fluid operations  hearing  logistics  maneuver  maneuvers  military operations  milk run  minor operations  mission  movement  operation  operations  overseas operations  pilot plan  practical test  practice  reconnaissance  reconnaissance mission  rehearsal  road test  scramble  shakedown  shakedown cruise  shuttle raid  sortie  staff work  strafing  test flight  test run  training mission  trial run  tryout  umbrella  war game  war plans  workout  
dry up  Sanforize  air-dry  anhydrate  attenuate  bake  be consumed  be used up  blot  brush  burn  consume  cure  dehumidify  dehydrate  desiccate  devitalize  diminish  drain  droop  dry  dummy up  emacerate  emaciate  evaporate  exsiccate  fade  fade away  fire  flag  give out  insolate  kiln  languish  macerate  mummify  mummy  parch  peter out  pine  pipe down  preshrink  ring off  rub  run dry  run out  scorch  sear  shrink  shrivel  shut up  smoke  soak up  sponge  sun  sun-dry  swab  thin  torrefy  towel  waste  waste away  weazen  welter  wilt  wipe  wither  wizen  
dryasdust  Jonathan Oldbuck  Miniver Cheevy  Pre-Raphaelite  academic  antiquarian  antiquary  antique collector  antique dealer  antique-car collector  archaeologist  archaist  arid  barren  blah  blank  bloodless  bookish  bore  broken-record  bromidic  buttonholer  characterless  classicist  cold  colorless  crashing bore  dead  devoted to studies  diligent  dismal  donnish  drag  draggy  drearisome  dreary  drip  dry  dull  dusty  effete  elephantine  empty  etiolated  everlasting  fade  flat  flat tire  frightful bore  harping  headache  heavy  ho-hum  hollow  humdrum  inane  inexcitable  insipid  invariable  jejune  jog-trot  laudator temporis acti  leaden  lifeless  long-winded  low-spirited  mandarin  medievalist  monotonous  nuisance  owlish  pale  pallid  pedantic  pedestrian  pest  pill  plodding  pointless  poky  ponderous  professorial  prolix  proser  rabbinic  scholarly  scholastic  singsong  slow  solemn  spiritless  sterile  stiff  stodgy  studious  stuffy  superficial  tasteless  tedious  treadmill  twaddler  uneventful  uninteresting  unlively  unvarying  vapid  weariful  wearisome  wet blanket  wooden  
drying  Sanforizing  air-drying  anhydration  atrophy  attenuation  blast-freezing  bottling  brining  canning  consumption  corning  curing  dehumidification  dehydrating  dehydration  desiccant  desiccation  desiccative  drainage  dry-curing  drying up  emaceration  emaciation  embalming  evaporation  evaporative  exsiccant  exsiccative  freeze-drying  freezing  fuming  insolation  irradiation  jerking  marination  mummification  parching  pickling  potting  preshrinkage  quick-freezing  refrigeration  salting  searing  seasoning  shrinkage  shrinking  shriveling  siccative  smoking  stuffing  taxidermy  thinning  tinning  wasting  withering  
dryness  acerbity  acescency  acidity  acidulousness  appetite  aridity  aridness  barrenness  birth control  bloodlessness  cacophony  canine appetite  characterlessness  coarseness  colorlessness  contraception  cracked voice  deadness  dearth  dearth of ideas  discord  dismalness  dragginess  dreariness  drought  dry womb  dullness  dustiness  effeteness  emptiness  empty stomach  etiolation  family planning  famine  flatness  greenness  gruffness  gutturalism  gutturality  gutturalness  harshness  heaviness  hoarseness  hollow hunger  hollowness  hunger  hungriness  huskiness  hyperacidity  impotence  inanity  ineffectualness  inexcitability  infecundity  infertility  insipidity  insipidness  jejunity  leadenness  lifelessness  lowness of spirit  paleness  pallor  planned parenthood  pointlessness  pokiness  polydipsia  ponderousness  prosaicism  prosaicness  prosaism  prosiness  pungency  raspiness  raucity  relish  roughness  rudeness  scrapiness  scratchiness  slowness  solemnity  sour  sourishness  sourness  spiritlessness  staidness  sterileness  sterility  stertorousness  stiffness  stodginess  stolidity  stomach  stuffiness  subacidity  superficiality  sweet tooth  tapeworm  tartishness  tartness  taste  tastelessness  tediousness  thickness  thirst  thirstiness  throatiness  torment of Tantalus  ugliness  uncreativeness  unfancifulness  unfertileness  unfruitfulness  unimaginativeness  uninterestingness  unliveliness  unoriginality  unpoeticalness  unproductiveness  unripeness  unsweetness  vapidity  vapidness  verjuice  vinegariness  vinegarishness  withered loins  woodenness  
drypoint  aquatint  cerography  chalcography  crayon engraving  cribbling  etching  intaglio  metal cut  mezzotint  photoengraving  plate engraving  pyrogravure  relief method  steel engraving  wood engraving  woodburning  woodcut  zincography  

Lexikoneinträge für dry measure

Measure (n.) A standard of dimension
Measure (n.) An instrument by means of which size or quantity is measured, as a graduated line, rod, vessel, or the like.
Measure (n.) The dimensions or capacity of anything, reckoned according to some standard
Measure (n.) The contents of a vessel by which quantity is measured
Measure (n.) Extent or degree not excessive or beyong bounds
Measure (n.) Determined extent, not to be exceeded
Measure (n.) The quantity determined by measuring, especially in buying and selling
Measure (n.) Undefined quantity
Measure (n.) Regulated division of movement
Measure (n.) A regulated movement corresponding to the time in which the accompanying music is performed
Measure (n.) The group or grouping of beats, caused by the regular recurrence of accented beats.
Measure (n.) The space between two bars.
Measure (a.) The manner of ordering and combining the quantities, or long and short syllables
Measure (a.) A number which is contained in a given number a number of times without a remainder
Measure (a.) A step or definite part of a progressive course or policy
Measure (a.) The act of measuring
Measure (a.) Beds or strata
Measure (n.) To ascertain by use of a measuring instrument
Measure (n.) To serve as the measure of
Measure (n.) To pass throught or over in journeying, as if laying off and determining the distance.
Measure (n.) To adjust by a rule or standard.
Measure (n.) To allot or distribute by measure
Measure (v. i.) To make a measurement or measurements.
Measure (v. i.) To result, or turn out, on measuring
Measure (v. i.) To be of a certain size or quantity, or to have a certain length, breadth, or thickness, or a certain capacity according to a standard measure
Water measure () A measure formerly used for articles brought by water, as coals, oysters, etc. The water-measure bushel was three gallons larger than the Winchester bushel.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

measure
quantity
amount
how much there is or how many there are of something that you can quantify
measure step any maneuver made as part of progress toward a goal, the situation called for strong measures, the police took steps to reduce crime
desperate measure desperate actions taken as a means to an end, he had to resort to desperate measures
defense
defence
defensive measure
(military) military action or resources protecting a country against potential enemies, they died in the defense of Stalingrad, they were developed for the defense program
measurement
measuring
measure
mensuration
the act or process of assigning numbers to phenomena according to a rule, the measurements were carefully done, his mental measurings proved remarkably accurate
measure a container of some standard capacity that is used to obtain fixed amounts of a substance
measuring stick
measure
measuring rod
measuring instrument having a sequence of marks at regular intervals, used as a reference in making measurements
security system
security measure
security
an electrical device that sets off an alarm when someone tries to break in
tape tapeline
tape measure
measuring instrument consisting of a narrow strip (cloth or metal) marked in inches or centimeters and used for measuring lengths, the carpenter should have used his tape measure
yardstick
yard measure
a ruler or tape that is three feet long
bill measure a statute in draft before it becomes law, they held a public hearing on the bill
measure
bar
musical notation for a repeating pattern of musical beats, the orchestra omitted the last twelve bars of the song
meter
metre
measure beat cadence
(prosody) the accent in a metrical foot of verse
common measure
common meter
the usual (iambic) meter of a ballad
standard
criterion
measure touchstone
a basis for comparison, a reference point against which other things can be evaluated, the schools comply with federal standards, they set the measure for all subsequent work
fundamental quantity
fundamental measure
one of the four quantities that are the basis of systems of measurement
information measure a system of measurement of information based on the probabilities of the events that convey information
long measure a measure of length
area unit
square measure
a system of units used to measure areas
volume unit
capacity unit
capacity measure
cubage unit
cubic measure
cubic content unit
displacement unit
cubature unit
a unit of measurement of volume or capacity
linear unit
linear measure
a unit of measurement of length
circular measure measurement of angles in radians
liquid unit
liquid measure
a unit of capacity for liquids (for measuring the volumes of liquids or their containers)
dry unit
dry measure
a unit of capacity for dry commodities (as fruit or grain)
board measure a system of units for measuring lumber based on the board foot
common divisor
common factor
common measure
an integer that divides two (or more) other integers evenly
common time
four-four time
quadruple time
common measure
a time signature indicating four beats to the bar
quantify
measure
express as a number or measure or quantity, Can you quantify your results?
measure
mensurate
measure out
determine the measurements of something or somebody, take measurements of, Measure the length of the wall
measure evaluate
valuate
assess
appraise value
evaluate or estimate the nature, quality, ability, extent, or significance of, I will have the family jewels appraised by a professional, access all the factors when taking a risk
go all out
give one's best
do one's best
give full measure
perform a task as well as possible, The cast gives full measure every night
qualify
measure up
prove capable or fit, meet requirements
measure have certain dimensions, This table surfaces measuresinches by inches
beyond measure in excess or without limit, amazed beyond measure
for good measure in addition (as to close a deal), the car salesman threw in the radio, for good measure

 

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