• Start
  • Quiz
  • Magazin
  • Wörter
  • Weltzeit
Suche:

Wörterbuch

Truppengattung Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Truppengattung {f} [mil.]
Truppengattungen {pl}
branch of service
branches of service
Truppengattung {f} [mil.]
Truppengattungen {pl}
branch of service
branches of service
Santa-Lucia-Trupial [ornith.]
St Lucia Oriole
Scott-Trupial [ornith.]
Scott's Oriole
Santa-Lucia-Trupial {m} [ornith.]
St. Lucia oriole
Scott-Trupial {m} [ornith.]
Scott's oriole
Trupiale {pl} (Vogelgattung) (Icterus) [ornith.]
new World orioles
Trupialtangare {f} [ornith.]
Rose-breasted Tanager
Arbeitsgruppe, Arbeitskolonne, Trupp, Bande
gang
Bande {f}, Schar {f}, Trupp {m}, Kolonne {f}
band
Kommando {n}, Trupp {m}
squad
Schar {f}, Trupp {m}
troop
Trupp {m}
Truppen {pl}
troup
troups
Band, Reifen, Bande, Trupp, Kolonne
band
Schar, Trupp
troop
Trupp
troop
Bande {f}; Schar {f}; Trupp {m}; Kolonne {f}
band
Kommando {n}; Trupp {m}
Kommandos {pl}; Trupps {pl}
squad
squads
Abwesenheit {f} (von), Fehlen {n}, Mangel {m}, Absenz {f} [Ös.]
Abwesenheiten {pl}
unerlaubte Abwesenheit von der Truppe [mil.]
absence (of)
absences
absence without leave (AWOL)
Truppe {f} [mil.]
Truppen {pl}
reguläre Truppen
troops, unit, armed forces
troops, units
regular troops, regulars
Truppe {f} (von Schauspielern ...)
troupe, company
abwesend, fernbleibend, fehlend, ausbleibend {adj}
unerlaubt abwesend von der Truppe [mil.]
absent
absent without leave (AWOL)
Truppe
squad
Truppe
troop
Truppe
troupe
Truppe
troup
Abwesenheit {f} (von); Fehlen {n}; Mangel {m}; Absenz {f} [Ös.]
Abwesenheiten {pl}
krankheitsbedingte Abwesenheit
unerlaubte Abwesenheit von der Truppe [mil.]
durch Abwesenheit glänzen [iron.]
absence (of)
absences
sickness absence
absence without leave AWOL
to be conspicuous by one's absence
Arbeiter {m}; Arbeiterin {f}
Arbeiter {pl}; Arbeiterinnen {pl}
Arbeiter in der Produktion
eingearbeiteter Arbeiter; qualifizierter Arbeiter
ausgebeutete Arbeiter; geschundene Arbeiter
von der schnellen Truppe sein [übtr.]
worker
workers
shop floor workers
qualified worker
sweated workers
to be a fast worker
Garnison {f} (Standort einer Truppe) [mil.]
Garnisonen {pl}
garrison
garrisons
Kabarett-Ensemble {n}; Kabarett-Truppe {f} [art]
Kabarett-Ensembles {pl}; Kabarett-Truppen {pl}
satirical theatre company; satirical ensemble
satirical theatre companies; satirical ensembles
Künstlertruppe {f}; Truppe {f}; Kompanie {f} (meist in Eigennamen) [art]
Schauspieltruppe {f}; Theaterkompanie {f}
Gesangstruppe {f}
Tanztruppe {f}; Tanzkompanie {f}
troupe; company (usually in proper names)
acting troupe; troupe of actors; theatre company
singing troupe; troupe of singers
dancing troupe; troupe of dancers; dance company
Truppe {f} [mil.]
Truppen {pl}
reguläre Truppen
Dienst bei der Truppe
die Moral der Truppe
die Schlagkraft der Truppe
unerlaubtes Entfernen von der Truppe
Der Oberbefehlshaber zog alle seine Truppen zurück.
troops; forces
troops; soldiery
regular troops; regulars
military service
the morale of the troops
the strike power of the forces
absence without leave AWOL
The commander-in-chief retired all his troops.
abwesend; fernbleibend; fehlend; ausbleibend {adj}
abwesend ohne Erlaubnis
unerlaubt abwesend von der Truppe [mil.]
absent
absent without leave
absent without leave AWOL
desertieren; die Truppe verlassen; sich von der Truppe entfernen; fahnenflüchtig werden; Fahnenflucht begehen {vi} [mil.]
desertierend; die Truppe verlassend; sich von der Truppe entfernend; fahnenflüchtig werdend; Fahnenflucht begehend
desertiert; die Truppe verlassen; sich von der Truppe entfernt; fahnenflüchtig geworden; Fahnenflucht begangen
zum Feind überlaufen
to desert from the army; to desert the colours [Br.] colors [Am.]; to desert
deserting from the army; deserting the colours colors; deserting
deserted from the army; deserted the colours colors; deserted
to desert to the enemy
Truppen
troops
Ausgleichszahlung {f} für Währungsschwankungen und erhöhte Lebenshaltungskosten an Angehörige der US-Truppen im Ausland [mil.]
cost and living allowance (COLA) [Am.]
Feuer {n}, Beschuss {m}, Schießen {n} [mil.]
das Feuer auf jdn. eröffnen
das Feuer einstellen
unter Beschuss geraten
Beschuss der eigenen Truppen, Beschuss durch eigene Truppen
Feuer leiten, Feuer lenken
direktes Schießen, Schießen im direkten Richten
indirektes Schießen, Schießen im indirekten Richten
fire
to open fire on sb.
to cease fire
to come under fire
friendly fire
to direct fire
direct fire
indirect fire
Rückzug {m}, Abzug {m}
Rückzüge {pl}, Abzüge
Abzug der Truppen aus ...
withdrawal
withdrawals
withdrawal of troops from ...
bekämpfen, unter Feuer nehmen, (Truppen) einsetzen [mil.] {vt}
bekämpfend, unter Feuer nehmend, einsetzend
bekämpft, unter Feuer genommen, eingesetzt
ein (militärisches) Ziel bekämpfen
feindliche Truppen unter Feuer nehmen
to engage
engaging
engaged
to engage a target
to engage hostile forces
Truppen
militaries
Truppen
squads
die alliierten Truppen
the allied forces
Truppen
troupes
geplündert von den Truppen
plundered by the troops
Alarmbereitschaft {f}
in Alarmbereitschaft sein; alarmbereit sein
höchste Alarmbereitschaft
Sämtliche Grenzübergänge sind in höchster Alarmbereitschaft.
Die in der Nähe stationierten Truppen wurden in Alarmbereitschaft versetzt.
alert
to be on (the) alert
red alert
All border points are on full high alert.
The troops in the vicinity were put on alert.
Ausgleichszahlung {f} für Währungsschwankungen und erhöhte Lebenshaltungskosten an Angehörige der US-Truppen im Ausland [mil.]
cost and living allowance COLA [Am.]
Besichtigung {f} (von Truppen)
Besichtigungen {pl}
inspection; review (of troops)
inspections; reviews
Bewegungsfreiheit {f}
Er war durch den Helm in seiner Bewegungsfreiheit eingeschränkt.
Die Truppen wurden durch den Feind in ihrer Bewegungsfreiheit eingeschränkt. [mil.]
freedom of movement
He was hampered in his movements by the helmet.
The troops were restricted in their movements by the enemy.
Einsatz {m}; Dienstreise {f}
Einsätze {pl}; Dienstreisen {pl}
Delegationsreise {f}
Kommandounternehmen Stoßtruppeinsatz [mil.]
auf Dienstreise in dienstlichem Auftrag dienstlich an einem Ort sein
Unsere Truppen beteiligen sich am friedenserhaltenden Einsatz der UNO.
Die Piloten flogen Abriegelungseinsätze gegen feindliche Ziele.
mission (operation visit)
missions
representative representational mission
intruder mission
to be on a mission to a place
Our troops take part in the UN peacekeeping mission.
The pilots flew interdiction missions against enemy targets.
Feuer {n}; Beschuss {m}; Schießen {n} [mil.]
Störfeuer {n}
das Feuer auf jdn. eröffnen
das Feuer einstellen
unter Beschuss geraten
Feuer frei!
Beschuss der eigenen Truppen; Beschuss durch eigene Truppen
Feuer leiten; Feuer lenken
direktes Schießen; Schießen im direkten Richten
indirektes Schießen; Schießen im indirekten Richten
Feuer und Bewegung
fire
harassing fire
to open fire on sb.
to cease fire
to come under fire
Fire at will!
friendly fire
to direct fire
direct fire
indirect fire
fire and movement
Truppen in Garnison legen {vt} [mil.]
to garrison troops
jds. Hände {pl} (Verfügungsgewalt) [übtr.]
das Gesetz in die eigenen Hände nehmen
etw. ergattern; einer Sache habhaft werden [geh.]
die Macht in die Hände von jdm. legen in jds. Hände legen
jdm. noch mehr Macht verleihen geben
den kaiserlichen Truppen in die Hände fallen
Die Sache liegt in den Händen der Staatsanwaltschaft.; Der Fall liegt bei der Staatsanwaltschaft.
Die Fabrik bleibt in privaten Händen in privater Hand.
Die Patienten sind in diesem Krankenhaus in guten Händen.
Wir müssen vermeiden dass diese Bilder in falsche Hände geraten.
sb.'s hands (power of disposal) [fig.]
to take the law into your own hands
to get lay your hands on sth.
to put the power into the hands of sb.
to put even more power into the hands of sb.
to fall into the hands of the Emperor's troops
The matter is in the hands of the public prosecution service.
The factory remains in private hands.
Patients are in good hands at this hospital.
We need to avoid that these pictures fall into the wrong hands.
Rückzug {m}; Abzug {m}
Rückzüge {pl}; Abzüge
Abzug der Truppen aus ...
withdrawal
withdrawals
withdrawal of troops from ...
(öffentliches) Versprechen {n}; (feste) Zusage {f}
Wahlversprechen {n}
Unterstützungszusage für etw.
die Zusage der Regierung Truppen in die Region zu entsenden
sein Versprechen einlösen
sein Versprechen nicht einlösen
Wir haben Zusagen mehrerer karitativer Organisationen für Lebensmittelspenden.
Die Geschäftsleitung hat die feste Zusage gegeben dass es in diesem Jahr zu keinem Arbeitsplatzabbau kommen wird.
commitment; pledge
election pledge commitment
commitment pledge of support for sth.
the government's commitment of troops to the region
to keep fulfil honour your pledge commitment
to abandon your pledge commitment
We have commitments pledges from several charities to donate food.
Management has made taken given a pledge that there will be no job losses this year.
jdn. angreifen {vt} [mil.]
angreifend
angegriffen
die feindlichen Truppen angreifen
ein (militärisches) Ziel bekämpfen
to engage with sb.; to engage sb. (formal)
engaging with; engaging
engaged with; engaged
to engage (with) the enemy troops
to engage a target
etw. anordnen; etw. aufstellen {vt}
anordnend; aufstellend
angeordnet; aufgestellt
Die Elemente sind halbkreisförmig angeordnet.
Die Truppen wurden auf beiden Seiten des Flusses aufgestellt.
Der Mensch denkt und Gott lenkt. [Sprw.]
to dispose sth.
disposing
disposed
The elements are disposed in a semi-circle.
The troops were disposed arranged along either side of the river.
Man proposes (but) God disposes.
auseinandergezogen {adj} (Truppen) [mil.]
straggling (troops)
etw. (für jdn.) bereitstellen; zur Verfügung stellen; stellen; beistellen [Ös.] {vt}
bereitstellend; zur Verfügung stellend; stellend; beistellend
bereitgestellt; zur Verfügung gestellt; gestellt; beigestellt
stellt bereit; stellt zur Verfügung; stellt; stellt bei
stellte bereit; stellte zur Verfügung; stellt; stellte bei
jdm. etw. bereitstellen; jdm. etw. zur Verfügung stellen
Personal stellen
Geld für ein Projekt bereitstellen
Truppen entsenden zur Verfügung stellen
Die Partnerfirma stellt das nötige Personal.
Die stärkste Partei stellt den Vorsitzenden. [pol.]
Unsere Abteilung stellt den Projektleiter.
to provide sth. (to for sb.); to make available sth. (to for sb.); to lay on sth. (for sb.) [Br.]
providing; making available
provided; made available
provides; makes available
provided; made available
to make sth. available to sb.
to provide personnel
to commit money to a project
to commit troops
The partner company shall provide the necessary personnel.
The largest party will appoint the chairman.
Our department will provide the project leader.
in etw. einfallen; etw. überrollen {vt} [mil.]
einfallend; überrollend
eingefallen; überrollt
Hitler fiel in Polen ein.
Die Stadt wurde von den feindlichen Truppen überrollt.
to overrun sth. {overran; overrun}
overrunning
overrun
Hitler overran Poland.
The city was being overrun by enemy troops.
jdn. entsenden {vt}
entsendend
entsendet
Truppen in den Irak entsenden
to dispatch sb.
dispatching
dispatched
to dispatch troops to Iraq
etw. erzwingen; etw. durchsetzen {vt}
erzwingend
erzwungen
er sie erzwingt
ich er sie erzwang
er sie hat hatte erzwungen
nicht erzwungen
eine Regel durchsetzen
Die Truppen haben einen Waffenstillstand erzwungen.
Eine Zusammenarbeit zwischen den Akteuren kann man nicht erzwingen.
to enforce sth.
enforcing
enforced
he she enforces
I he she enforced
he she has had enforced
unenforced
to enforce a rule
The troops enforced a ceasefire.
You can't enforce co-operation between the players.
etw. nachprüfen; (auf Richtigkeit Funktionieren) überprüfen; verifizieren {vt}
nachprüfend; überprüfend; verifizierend
nachgeprüft; überprüft; verifiziert
prüft nach; überprüft; verifiziert
prüfte nach; überprüfte; verifizierte
Vertrauen ist gut Kontrolle ist besser. [Sprw.]
Ich habe keine Möglichkeit diese Angaben nachzuprüfen.
Ich habe das von verschiedenen Seiten gehört aber selbst nicht nachgeprüft.
Die Polizei sprach mit seinen Kollegen um sein Alibi zu überprüfen.
Im Einkaufswagen befinden sich keine Artikel. Überprüfen Sie Ihre Bestellung.
Die Truppen bleiben stationiert um die Einhaltung des Abkommens zu überwachen.
to verify sth.
verifying
verified
verifies
verified
Trust but verify! [prov.]
I have no way of verifying this information.
I have heard that from various sources but not verified myself.
Police spoke to his colleagues to verify his alibi.
There are no items in the shopping cart. Verify your order.
The armed forces will remain deployed to verify compliance with the treaty.
etw. neuerlich erneut tun; etw. erneuern {vt}
sein Gelübde erneuern
sich neuerlich bemühen erneute Anstrengungen unternehmen etw. zu erreichen
Die Truppen griffen die Hauptstadt erneut an.
Dieses Treffen lässt mich wieder hoffen dass eine Lösung gefunden werden kann.
Die Kanzlerin hat ihr Versprechen erneuert diese Gesetzesbestimmung ganz abzuschaffen.
Experten haben neuerlich ein Verbot von Finanzspekulationen mit Lebensmitteln gefordert.
Der Vorfall hat die Feindseligkeiten wieder aufleben lassen.
Ich habe diese Musik wieder neu (für mich) entdeckt.
Die hohen Ölpreise haben das Interesse an Holzheizungen wieder geweckt.
to renew sth. (begin it again after an interruption)
to renew your vow
to renew efforts to achieve sth.
The troops renewed their assault on the capital.
This meeting has renewed my hope of finding a solution.
The Chancellor renewed her promise to abolish this statutory provision altogether.
Experts have renewed calls for a ban on financial speculation on food.
The incident has renewed hostilities between the groups.
I renewed my acquaintance with this music.
High oil prices have renewed interest in wood-burning stoves.
jdn. sammeln; versammeln {vt}
sammelnd; versammelnd
gesammelt; versammelt
sammelt; versammelt
sammelte; versammelte
Anhänger um sich versammeln scharen
versprengte Truppen sammeln
to gather sb.; to rally sb.
gathering; rallying
gathered; rallied
gathers; rallies
gathered; rallied
to gather supporters around yourself
to rally scattered troops
jdn. etw. stationieren; jdn. etw. postieren; etw. aufstellen (an einem Ort) [mil.]
Anlagen aufstellen
Raketen aufstellen stationieren
An der Grenze sind Truppen aufmarschiert.
Beamte werden an jenen Standorten postiert wo sie am meisten gebraucht werden.
to deploy sb. (to a location)
to deploy installations
to deploy missiles
Troops were deployed along the border.
Officers are deployed to locations where they are most needed.
etw. zusammenfassen; zusammenlegen; zusammenstellen; zusammenziehen; zusammenschließen bündeln {vt}
zusammenfassend; zusammenlegend; zusammenstellend; zusammenziehend; zusammenschließend; bündelnd
zusammengefasst; zusammengelegt; zusammengestellt; zusammengezogen; zusammengeschlossen; gebündelt
Gesetze zusammenfassen
Informationen aus verschiedensten Quellen zusammenfassen
Aktien (zu größeren Stücken) zusammenlegen
Sammelladungen zusammenstellen
Klagen miteinander verbinden [jur.]
Die Truppen wurden in drei Bezirken zusammengezogen.
Alle Fertigungsvorgänge wurden an einem neuen Standort zusammengelegt.
Unsere Aktivitäten werden an drei Standorten gebündelt.
to consolidate sth.
consolidating
consolidated
to consolidate statutes
to consolidate information from various sources
to consolidate shares
to consolidate shipments [Am.]
to consolidate actions
The troops were consolidated in three districts.
All manufacturing activities have been consolidated at a new site.
Our activities are consolidated within into three sites.
in Garnison gelegt (Truppen); mit einer Garnison belegt (Ort) {adj} [mil.]
stationiert {adj}
garrisoned
garrisoned
Truppenabzug {m}
troop withdrawal, withdrawal of troops
Truppenabzug {m} [mil.]
troop withdrawal; withdrawal of troops; pull-out of troups
Truppenbewegung {f}
troop movement
Truppenbewegung {f} [mil.]
troop movement
Abzeichen {n} für Leistungen im Truppendienst [mil.]
German Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency
Truppenentsendung {f} (nach) [mil.]
dispatch of troops (to)
Fahne {f} (Truppenfahne; Einheitsfahne) [mil.]
die Truppenfahne entrollen
die Truppenfahne einrollen
The Colours [Br.]; The Colors [Am.]
to unfurl the Colours Colors
to case the Colors; Casing the Colors
Truppengattung {f} [mil.]
Truppengattungen {pl}
branch of service
branches of service
Truppenkantine {f}; Truppenküche {f}; Speisesaal {f} [mil.]
Truppenkantinen {pl}; Truppenküchen {pl}; Speisesäle {pl}
dining facility [Am.]; chow hall [Am.] [slang]
dining facilities; chow halls
Truppenkennzeichen {n} [mil.]
unit shoulder strap cipher
Truppenkörper {m}; Truppenteil {m}; Einheit {f} [mil.]
Truppenkörper {pl}; Truppenteile {pl}; Einheiten {pl}
military unit
military units
Truppenkontingent {n} [mil.]
Truppenkontingente {pl}
contingent
contingents
Truppenkonzentration {f} [mil.]
massing of troops
Truppenoffizier {m} (Leutnant; Oberleutnant; Hauptmann) [mil.]
Truppenoffiziere {pl}
company-grade officer [Am.]
company-grade officers
Truppenparade {f} [mil.]
military parade
Militärparade {f}; Truppenparade {f}; Parade {f}; Defilee {n} [geh.] [mil.]
Militärparaden {pl}; Truppenparaden {pl}; Paraden {pl}; Defilees {pl}
die Parade abnehmen
military parade; parade
military parades; parades
to review the parade
Truppenreduzierung {f} [mil.]
reduction of forces
Truppenreduzierung {f}; Truppenverminderung {f} [mil.]
Truppenreduzierungen {pl}; Truppenverminderungen {pl}
asymmetrische Truppenreduzierung
troop reduction
troop reductions
asymmetrical troop reduction
Truppenreduzierung {f} [mil.]
Truppenreduzierungen {pl}
reduction of forces
reductions of forces
Truppenschau {f}, Parade {f}
military review
Truppenschau
military review
Truppenschau {f}; Parade {f}
military review
Truppenstärke {f}
establishment
Truppenstärke {f} [mil.]
vereinbarte Truppenstärke
troop strength; force level
agreed force level
Truppenteil {m} [mil.]
Truppenteile {pl}
unit (of troops)
formations
Truppentransporter {m}
troop carrier, troopship
Truppentransporter
troopship
Truppentransporter, Truppentransporters
troopship
Truppentransporter
troopships
Truppentransporter {m} [mil.] [auto]
Truppentransporter {pl}
gepanzerter Truppentransporter
troop carrier
troop carriers
armoured [Br.] armored [Am.] troop carrier
Truppentransportschiff {n}; Truppentransporter {m} [mil.] [naut.]
Truppentransportschiffe {pl}; Truppentransporter {pl}
troop ship
troop ships
Truppentransportern
troopships
Manöver {n}, Truppenübung {f} [mil.]
maneuver [Am.], manoeuvre [Br.]
Truppenuebung
field exercise
Manöver {n}; Truppenübung {f} [mil.]
Manöver {pl}; Truppenübungen {pl}
manoeuvre [Br.]; maneuver [Am.]
manoeuvres; maneuvers
Truppenuebungsplaetze
training areas
Truppenübungsplatz {m} [mil.]
Truppenübungsplätze {pl}
military training area
military training areas
Truppenübungsplatz {m} [mil.]
military training area
Truppenuebungsplatz
training area
Truppenverladung {f} [mil.]
entrainment
Truppfuehrer
squad leader
Truppfuehrern
squad leaders
Kampftruppe, Trupps
troops
Trupps
troops
truppweise {adv}
in troops
truppweise
in troops
truppweise wachsend {adj} (Soziabilitätsgrad) [bot.]
tufted (degree of sociability)

Deutsche Synonyme für Truppengattung

Englische Synonyme für branch of service

branch  L  V  adolescent stream  affiliate  affiliation  affluent  angle  angle off  apparentation  appendage  arm  arroyo  bayou  bear off  beck  bend  bifurcate  billabong  bine  biotype  birth  bisect  blood  bloodline  body  booking office  bough  bourn  box office  bracket  braided stream  branch off  branch office  branch out  branchedness  branchiness  breed  brook  brooklet  burgeon  burn  by two  cabinet  cable railway  caste  category  chambers  chancellery  chancery  change the bearing  channel  chapter  church  clan  class  cleave  closet  cog railway  common ancestry  communion  community  confluent  confluent stream  consanguinity  consulate  corporate headquarters  crank  creek  crick  crook  crotch  crutch  curve  cut in two  deadwood  delta  den  dendritic drainage pattern  denomination  depart from  department  deploy  derivation  descent  detour  deviate  dichotomize  digress  dimidiate  direct line  disperse  distaff side  divagate  divaricate  diverge  diversify  divide  division  effluent  el  elbow  electric railway  elevated  elevated railway  embankment  embassy  estate  executive office  expand  extend  extraction  faction  family  fan  fan out  feeder  feeder line  fellowship  female line  filiation  fission  flagellum  flare  flowing stream  fluviation  fork  fresh  freshet  frond  furcate  furcula  furculum  genotype  genus  gill  grade  gravity-operated railway  groin  group  grouping  halve  hand  head  heading  headquarters  heel  home office  hook  horse railway  house  imp  in half  inguen  joint  junction  kill  kin  kingdom  label  lazy stream  leg  legation  level  light railroad  limb  line  line of descent  lineage  link  lobe  lobule  local  lodge  main line  main office  male line  meandering stream  member  metro  midchannel  midstream  millstream  monorail  moving road  navigable river  office  offset  offshoot  open  open up  order  organ  organization  outspread  outstretch  overgrow  overrun  part  party  persuasion  phy  
branch out  bestrew  bifurcate  branch  broadcast  circumfuse  deal out  deploy  diffract  diffuse  dispense  disperse  dispread  disseminate  distribute  divaricate  diverge  expand  extend  fan  fan out  flare  fork  furcate  issue  open  open up  outspread  outstretch  overgrow  overrun  overscatter  oversow  overspread  propagate  publish  radiate  ramify  retail  scatter  sow  sow broadcast  splay  spraddle  sprangle  sprawl  spread  spread like wildfire  spread out  stem  strew  trifurcate  unfold  utter  widen  
branching  V-shaped  Y-shaped  arboreal  arborescence  arborescent  arboriform  arborization  bifidity  biforked  biforking  bifurcate  bifurcated  bifurcation  bipartition  bisected  bisection  bowery  branched  branching off  branchlike  branchy  by two  cleft  cloven  crotched  cutting in two  dendriform  dendritic  dichotomous  dichotomy  dimidiate  dimidiation  divarication  divided  division  foliaged  foliate  foliated  foliose  forked  forking  forklike  furcate  furcation  halved  halving  in half  leafy  leaved  leavy  pronged  ramate  ramification  ramified  ramose  ramous  riven  split  subdivision  tree-shaped  treelike  treelikeness  tridentlike  trifurcate  trifurcated  trifurcation  twiggy  

Lexikoneinträge für branch of service / branches of service

Bond service () The condition of a bond servant
Bord service () Service due from a bordar
Branches (pl. ) of Branch
Branch (n.) A shoot or secondary stem growing from the main stem, or from a principal limb or bough of a tree or other plant.
Branch (n.) Any division extending like a branch
Branch (n.) Any member or part of a body or system
Branch (n.) One of the portions of a curve that extends outwards to an indefinitely great distance
Branch (n.) A line of family descent, in distinction from some other line or lines from the same stock
Branch (n.) A warrant or commission given to a pilot, authorizing him to pilot vessels in certain waters.
Branch (a.) Diverging from, or tributary to, a main stock, line, way, theme, etc.
Branch (v. i.) To shoot or spread in branches
Branch (v. i.) To divide into separate parts or subdivision.
Branch (v. t.) To divide as into branches
Branch (v. t.) To adorn with needlework representing branches, flowers, or twigs.
Branch pilot () A pilot who has a branch or commission, as from Trinity House, England, for special navigation.
Knight service () A tenure of lands held by knights on condition of performing military service. See Chivalry, n., 4.
Service () Alt. of Service
Service () A name given to several trees and shrubs of the genus Pyrus, as Pyrus domestica and P. torminalis of Europe, the various species of mountain ash or rowan tree, and the American shad bush (see Shad bush, under Shad). They have clusters of small, edible, applelike berries.
Service (n.) The act of serving
Service (n.) The deed of one who serves
Service (n.) Office of devotion
Service (n.) Hence, a musical composition for use in churches.
Service (n.) Duty performed in, or appropriate to, any office or charge
Service (n.) Useful office
Service (n.) Profession of respect
Service (n.) The act and manner of bringing food to the persons who eat it
Service (n.) The act of bringing to notice, either actually or constructively, in such manner as is prescribed by law
Service (n.) The materials used for serving a rope, etc., as spun yarn, small lines, etc.
Service (n.) The act of serving the ball.
Service (n.) Act of serving or covering. See Serve, v. t., 13.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

service the performance of duties by a waiter or servant, that restaurant has excellent service
curb service service provided to customers who remain in their vehicles
self-service the practice of serving yourself (as in a grocery or cafeteria)
overhaul
inspection and repair
service
periodic maintenance on a car or machine, it was time for an overhaul on the tractor
service serving
service of process
the act of delivering a writ or summons upon someone, he accepted service of the subpoena
service cutback the act of reducing service
serve
service
(sports) a stroke that puts the ball in play, his powerful serves won the game
service work done by one person or group that benefits another, budget separately for goods and services
consulting service service provided by a professional advisor (e.g., a lawyer or doctor or CPA etc.)
advisory service a consulting service in which a CPA develops findings and conclusions and recommendations that are presented to the client for consideration and decision making
attestation service
attestation report
a consulting service in which a CPA expresses a conclusion about the reliability of a written statement that is the responsibility of someone else
national service compulsory service in the military during peacetime
service (law) the acts performed by an English feudal tenant for the benefit of his lord which formed the consideration for the property granted to him
military service land tenure by service in the lord's army
knight's service land tenure by service to the lord as a knight
welfare work
social service
an organized activity to improve the condition of disadvantaged people in society
service employment in or work for another, he retired afteryears of service
public service employment within a government system (especially in the civil service)
sea-duty
service abroad
shipboard duty
naval service aboard a ship at sea
servicing
service
the act of mating by male animals, the bull was worth good money in servicing fees
extension
extension service
university extension
an educational opportunity provided by colleges and universities to people who are not enrolled as regular students
service religious service
divine service
the act of public worship following prescribed rules, the Sunday service
church service
church
a service conducted in a house of worship, don't be late for church
prayer meeting
prayer service
a service at which people sing hymns and pray together
chapel service
chapel
a service conducted in a place of worship that has its own altar, he was late for chapel
committal service service committing a body to the grave, the committal service will be held next Monday
conscription
muster
draft selective service
compulsory military service
service an act of help or assistance, he did them a service
disservice
ill service
ill turn
an act intended to help that turns out badly, he did them a disservice
community service an unpaid service for the benefit of the public that is performed by lawbreakers as part (or all) of their sentence
community service public service a service that is performed for the benefit of the public or its institutions
inter-service support action by one military service to provide logistic (or administrative) support to another military service
service call a trip made by a repairman to visit the location of something in need of service
arm branch
limb
any projection that is thought to resemble a human arm, the arm of the record player, an arm of the sea, a branch of the sewer
branch line
spur track
spur
a railway line connected to a trunk line
cable cable television
cable system
cable television service
a television system that transmits over cables
dinner service
dinner set
a table service for serving dinner
freight elevator
service elevator
an elevator designed for carrying freight
frontage road
service road
a local road that runs parallel to an expressway and allows local traffic to gain access to property
garage service department a repair shop where cars and trucks are serviced and repaired
kepi
peaked cap
service cap
yachting cap
a cap with a flat circular top and a visor
service
table service
tableware consisting of a complete set of articles (silver or dishware) for use at table
service club a recreational center for servicemen
service door
service entrance
servant's entrance
an entrance intended for the use of servants or for delivery of goods and removal of refuse
service station a station where gasoline and oil are sold and facilities are available for repairing or maintaining automobiles
tea service
tea set
a set of china or silverware for serving tea
longevity
length of service
duration of service, her longevity as a star, had unusual longevity in the company
combat ceiling
service ceiling
altitude above which a plane cannot climb faster than a given rate
avail
help service
a means of serving, of no avail, there's no help for it
mail
mail service
postal service
post
the system whereby messages are transmitted via the post office, the mail handles billions of items every day, he works for the United States mail service, in England they call mail `the post'
service book a book setting forth the forms of church service
service contract a contract for maintenance services
Web Map Service
Web Map Server
a computer program that produces maps of spatially referenced data dynamically from geographic information
utility program
utility
service program
(computer science) a program designed for general support of the processes of a computer, a computer system provides utility programs to perform the tasks needed by most users
utility routine
service routine
a routine that can be used as needed
electronic database
on-line database
computer database
electronic information service
(computer science) a database that can be accessed by computers
Distinguished Service Medal a United States military decoration for meritorious service in wartime duty of great responsibility
Distinguished Service Cross a United States Army decoration for extraordinary heroism against an armed enemy
Distinguished Service Order a British military decoration for special service in action
hypocrisy
lip service
an expression of agreement that is not supported by real conviction
service stripe
hashmark
hash mark
an insignia worn to indicate years of service
peace offering
olive branch
something offered to an adversary in the hope of obtaining peace
service break a tennis game won on the opponent's service
branch water pure natural water from a stream or brook, often distinguished from soda water
service industry an industry that provides services rather than tangible objects
service department the division of a business that provides customer services
Special Branch a government police department dealing with political security
United States Postal Service
US Postal Service
USPS
an independent federal agency that provides mail processing and delivery service for individuals and businesses in the United States
United States Postal Inspection Service
US Postal Inspection Service
the primary law enforcement arm of the United States Postal Service
National Weather Service the federal agency in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that is responsible for weather forecast and preparation of weather maps
National Technical Information Service
NTIS
an agency in the Technology Administration that is a primary resource for government-funded scientific and technical and engineering and business related information
United States Public Health Service
PHS
an agency that serves as the office of Surgeon General, includes agencies whose mission is to improve the public health
Immigration and Naturalization Service
INS
an agency in the Department of Justice that enforces laws and regulations for the admission of foreign-born persons to the United States
Foreign Service the part of the State Department that supplies diplomats for the United States embassies and consulates around the world
United States Fish and Wildlife Service
US Fish and Wildlife Service
FWS
an agency in the Department of the Interior that conserves and protects fish and wildlife and their habitats, assesses the environmental impact of pesticides and nuclear power site and hydroelectric dams and thermal pollution
National Park Service an agency of the Interior Department responsible for the national parks
Financial Management Service the federal agency in the Treasury Department that manages the government's disbursement and collection systems and provides central accounting and financial reporting
United States Marshals Service
US Marshals Service
Marshals
the United States' oldest federal law enforcement agency is responsible today for protecting the Federal Judiciary and transporting federal prisoners and protecting federal witnesses and managing assets seized from criminals and generally ensuring the effective operation of the federal judicial system
Bureau of Customs
Customs Bureau
Customs Service
USCB
the agency of the Treasury Department that enforces import tariffs
Internal Revenue Service
IRS
the bureau of the Treasury Department responsible for tax collections
utility
public utility
public utility company
public-service corporation
a company that performs a public service, subject to government regulation
service a company or agency that performs a public service, subject to government regulation
telephone company
telephone service
phone company
phone service
telco
a public utility that provides telephone service
power company
power service
electric company
light company
a public utility that provides electricity
gas company
gas service
a public utility that provides gas
bus company
bus service
a public utility providing local transportation
military service
armed service
service
a force that is a branch of the armed forces
service club a club of professional or business people organized for their coordination and active in public services
ground crew
ground-service crew
the crew of technicians and mechanics who service aircraft on the ground
intelligence
intelligence service
intelligence agency
a unit responsible for gathering and interpreting information about an enemy
Defense Reutilization and Marketing Service
DRMS
the organization in the Defense Logistics Agency that inventories and evaluates and sells reusable United States government surplus
Canadian Security Intelligence Service
CSIS
Canada's main foreign intelligence agency that gathers and analyzes information to provide security intelligence for the Canadian government
Foreign Intelligence Service
Sluzhba Vneshney Razvedki
SVR
Russia's intelligence service responsible for foreign operations, intelligence-gathering and analysis, and the exchange of intelligence information, collaborates with other countries to oppose proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, terrorism and organized crime
Iraqi Intelligence Service
IIS
Iraqi Mukhabarat
the most notorious and possibly the most important arm of Iraq's security system, the Iraqi Mukhabarat has been involved in numerous terrorist activities
Special Air Service
SAS
a specialist regiment of the British army that is trained in commando techniques of warfare and used in clandestine operations (especially against terrorist groups)
Secret Intelligence Service
MI Military Intelligence Section
the government agency in the United Kingdom that is responsible for internal security and counterintelligence overseas
Security Service
MI Military Intelligence Section
the government agency in the United Kingdom that is responsible for internal security and counterintelligence on British territory
United States Secret Service
US Secret Service
USSS
Secret Service
SS
the United States intelligence agency that protects current and former presidents and vice presidents and their immediate families and protects distinguished foreign visitors, detects and apprehends counterfeiters, suppresses forgery of government securities and documents
Federal Protective Service
FPS
an agency in the General Services Administration that is a security organization to provide a safe environment where Federal agencies can conduct their business
service staff
maintenance staff
those in a business responsible for maintaining the physical plant

 

Einfach einen Begriff in der Tabelle rechts anklicken um weitere Übersetzungen in dieser Sidebar zu erhalten.
(Just click on one word in the table on the right and get further results in this sidebar)

Eine Truppengattung ist die Gesamtheit aller militärischen Kräfte innerhalb einer Streitkraft, Teilstreitkraft oder eines militärischen Organisationsbereichs, die vergleichbare Fähigkeiten und Ausbildung sowie Aufträge haben.
  1. De:

  2. Eng:

Täglich 6 Vokabeln per Mail:



branch Truppengattung - 4 Punkte für Truppengattung