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Windseite {f} Luvseite {f} Luv {f n} [naut] Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Windseite {f}; Luvseite {f}; Luv {f n} [naut.]
windward side; windward; upwind side; weather side
Windseite {f}; Luvseite {f}; Luv {f n} [naut.]
windward side; windward; upwind side; weather side
Luv {f, n}, Windseite {f} [naut.]
windward
Windseite
luff
Windseite {f}
luff
windwärts, luv {adj}, gegen den Wind
windwards, upwind
windwärts; luv {adj}; gegen den Wind
windwards; upwind
Kurs {m}; Fahrstrecke {f}; Strecke {f}; Route {f} (Fahrtrichtung eines Schiffes Flugzeugs) [aviat.] [naut.]
Kurse {pl}; Fahrstrecken {pl}; Strecken {pl}; Routen {pl}
harter Kurs; weicher Kurs
Kurs nehmen auf
den Kurs beibehalten
einen falschen Kurs einschlagen
ein Schriff Flugzeug wieder auf Kurs bringen
Kurs über Grund [naut.]
rechtweisender Kurs [naut.]
course; line; route
courses; lines; routes
hard line; soft line
to set course for; to head for
to maintain the course; to maintain the present course
take a wrong course (line)
bring a ship plane back on course
course over the ground COG
true course
Standort {m} nach Funkpeilung [aviat.] [naut.]
den Standort bestimmen [naut.]
radio fix
to fix the position by radio
etw. entladen; ausladen; löschen [naut.]; ableichtern; leichtern {vt} [transp.]
entladend; ausladend; löschend; ableichternd; leichternd
entladen; ausgeladen; gelöscht; abgeleichtert; geleichtert
entlädt; lädt aus; löscht; leichtert ab; leichtert
entlud; lud aus; löschte; leichterte ab; leichterte
eine Ladung löschen ausschiffen [naut.]
to unload; to discharge; to lighten sth.
unloading; discharging; lightening
unloaded; discharged; lightened
unloads; discharges; lightens
unloaded; discharged; lightened
to discharge unload a cargo; to break bulk
Wind {m}
Winde {pl}
mit dem Wind, vor dem Wind
gleichmäßige Winde
günstiger Wind
Wind bekommen von
Bedenken in den Wind schlagen [übtr.]
Wind wird rückdrehend
in den Wind reden [übtr.]
in den Wind schlagen [übtr.]
am Wind [naut.]
hart am Wind [naut.]
gegen den Wind [aviat.]
wind
winds
downwind, before the wind
steady winds
fair wind, fairwind
to get wind of
to throw caution to the winds [fig.]
wind will back
to talk in vain
to set at nought
by the wind, close reach
close hauled
into the wind
Blaufeuer {n} [naut.]
blue flare-up light
Spleiß {m} [naut.]
splice
Besan {m} [naut.]
mizzen
Besanmast {m} [naut.]
mizenmast; mizzenmast; jigger
Besteck {n} [naut.]
pricking (of chart)
Betonnung {f} [naut.]
buoyage; beaconage
Sonnenschuss {m} [naut.]
broach
Bilgenwasser {n} [naut.]
bilge water
in Stromrichtung {f} [naut.]
set
Spiere {f} [naut.]
spar; pole
Sponung {f} [naut.]
rabbet
Stauholz {n} [naut.]
dunnage
Bändsel {n} [naut.]
marline
Stapellauf {m} [naut.]
launching (ceremony)
Backsaufbau {m} [naut.]
forward superstructure
Belegnagel {m} [naut.]
belaying pin
Stagsegel {n} [naut.]
jib
Baumniederholer {m} [naut.]
boom vang; boomvang
Stevenrohröl {n} [naut.]
stern tube luboil
Stagsegel {n} [naut.]
fore-and-aft sail
Spring {f} [naut.]
spring line
Baumstütze {f} [naut.]
gallows frame
Sommertiefladelinie {f} [naut.]
summer load waterline
Segelschnitt {m} [naut.]
sail shape
Seeverkehr {m} [naut.]
marine traffic; maritime traffic
Deckpeilung {f} [naut.]
navigational transit; transit line; leading line; range [Am.]
Deckskante {f} [naut.]
rail
Dirk {f} [naut.]
topping lift
Dockbank {f} [naut.]
dockside
Seeraum {m} [naut.]
sea room
Seekompass {m} [naut.]
sea compass
Seekennung {f} [naut.]
intelligence of soundings
Seegang {m} [naut]
seaway; motion of the sea
Bullenstander {m} [naut.]
lazy guy; bull pendant; check rope
Bullauge {n} [naut.]
porthole
Bugwulst {m} [naut.]
bulb of a prow
Bordgang {m} [naut.]
gangboard
Bramsegel {n} [naut.]
topgallant sail
Brigg {f} [naut.]
brig
Skeg {m} [naut.]
skeg
Sichtnavigation {f} [naut.]
piloting
Seitenschwert {n} [naut.]
leeboard
Bugruder {n} [naut.]
bow rudder (ship); bow plane (submarine)
Bugsierschifffahrt {f} [naut.]
towing; towage; tugging
Bugstrahlruder {n} [naut.]
bow thruster; lateral-thrust unit
Bugüberhang {m} [naut.]
prow
Schwertkasten {m} [naut.]
trunk
Ausleger {m} [naut.]
outrigger
Vorsegeldreieck {n} [naut.]
foretriangle
festkommen [naut.]
to run aground
gieren [naut.]
to broach
Vorsegel {n} [naut.]
head sail
halsen [naut.]
to gybe, to jibe
kalfatern [naut.]
to caulk, to make watertight
krängen [naut.]
to heel
kreuzen [naut.]
to traverse
Vorschoter {m} [naut.]
bowman
Vorpiek {f} [naut.]
forepeak
Vorstag {n} [naut.]
forestay
beidrehen [naut.]
to heave to
anschlagen [naut.]
to fasten, to bend
Wirbel {m} [naut.]
swivel
Webleine {f} [naut.]
ratline
Wende {f} [naut.]
tack
Windschirm {m} [naut.]
sprayhood
Zahlmeister {m} [naut.]
purser
Zeising {m} [naut.]
gasket
Wende {f} [naut.]
tack; coming about
Vollmatrose {m} [naut.]
able seaman; able-bodied seaman AB
shunten [naut.]
to shunt
Tripleine {f} [naut.]
trip line
Trimmfaden {m} [naut.]
telltale
Trimaran {m} [naut.]
trimaran
Kurzkiel {m} [naut.]
finn keel
Anlaufhafen {m} [naut.]
port of call
Archipelschifffahrtsweg {m} [naut.]
archipelagic sea lane
Aufbaudeck {n} [naut.]
superstructure deck
Tabernakel {n} [naut.]
tabernacle
Süßöltank {m} [naut.]
vegetable-oil tank
Sturmsegel {n} [naut.]
lug sail; storm trysail
Achterstag {n} [naut.]
backstay
Achterschiff {n} [naut.]
stern of the ship; ship's stern
Achterpiek {f} [naut.]
lazarette
Verkehrstrennungsgebiet {n} [naut.]
traffic separation scheme
Verholspill {n} [naut.]
warping winch
Vergnügungsschifffahrt {f} [naut.]
pleasure boating
Abtakelung {f} [naut.]
dismantlement
Unterwasserkorb {m} [naut.]
corf; corfe; corve
Achterdeck {m} [naut.]
afterdeck; poop deck
Achterknoten {m} [naut.]
figure eight knot
Achterleine {f} [naut.]
stern line
Achterliek {n} [naut.]
leech
Achterliekskrümmung {f} [naut.]
roach
Sturmfock {f} [naut.]
storm jib
Rigg {n} [naut.]
rig
Holztransportschiff {n} [naut.]
timber carrier [Br.]; lumber carrier [Am.]
Patentreff {m} [naut.]
jiffy reefing
Palstek {m} [naut.]
bowline; bowline hitch
Jachthafen {m} [naut.]
marina
Jolle {f} [naut.]
jolly boat; centreboarder
Niedrigwassermarke {f} [naut.]
low-water mark
Niedrigwasserlinie {f} [naut.]
low-water line
Nebelsignalgerät {n} [naut.]
fog-signalling apparatus
Mittschiffslinie {f} [naut.]
ship's centre line; fore-and-aft line
Mittschiffsebene {f} [naut.]
midship centre line
Kausch {f} [naut.]
thimble
Planke {f} [naut.]
strake
Plattgatt {n} [naut.]
square tuck
Richtfeuer {n} [naut.]
leading lights; range lights [Am.]
Relingstreppe {f} [naut.]
bulwark ladder
Reffknoten {m} [naut.]
square knot
Halse {f} [naut.]
jibe; gybe
Handelsflotte {f} [naut.]
mercantile marine
Rahsegel {n} [naut.]
square sail
Heckbalken {m} [naut.]
transom
Heckgeländer {n} [naut.]
taff rail
Pumpensod {m} [naut.]
limbers
Proa {f} [naut.]
proa
Pram {m} [naut.]
pram
Mittelschiff {n} [naut.]
waist (of a ship)
Kielschwein {n} [naut.]
keelson
Kimmgang {m} [naut.]
bilge strake
Konferenztarif {m} [naut.]
conference tariff
Leitwerk {n} [naut.]
approach pier
Leinenstopper {m} [naut.]
linestopper
Leichtmatrose {m} [naut.]
ordinary seaman OS
Leesegel {n} [naut.]
studding sail
Lateinersegel {n} [naut.]
lateen sail
Küstenbefeuerung {f} [naut.]
shore lighting
Landmarke {f} [naut.]
landmark
Küstenladekapazität {f} [naut.]
beach capacity
Küstenlicht {n} [naut.]
coastal lights
Landgang {m} [naut.]
shore leave
Log {n} [naut.]
log
Lot {n} [naut.]
sounding line; lead line; shore lead
Kimmkielschwein {n} [naut.]
bilge keelson
Mastschuh {m} [naut.]
mast boot
Klappblock {m} [naut.]
snatch block
Mastrutscher {m} [naut.]
lug
Maschinenhaus {n} [naut.]
engine room
Marlspieker {m} [naut.]
marlinspike
Makerhammer {m} [naut.]
maul
Maat {m} [naut.]
mate
Klüverbaum {m} [naut.]
boom
Lümmelbeschlag {m} [naut.]
gooseneck
Kojensegel {n} [naut.]
lee cloth
Kutter {m} [naut.]
cutter
Schutzanstrich {m} [naut.]
dazzle paint
Fischereiausrüstung {f} [naut.]
fishing equipment
Flachwulststahl {m} [naut.]
flat-bulb steel; bulb plate
Schiffstaufe {f} [naut.]
christening naming of a ship
Flaschenzug {m} [naut.]
purchase
Flieger {m} [naut.]
jib topsail
Schiffssatz {m} [naut.]
ship-set
Flottillenadmiral {m} [naut.]
commodore
Flottenhilfsschiff {n} [naut.]
naval auxiliary ship vessel
Schiffsroutenberatung {f} [naut.]
marine maritime weather routing
Flugsicherheitsboot {n} [naut.]
rescue launch; SAR launch
Schiffskompass {m} [naut.]
mariner's compass
Schiffsvermessung {f} [naut.]
tonnage measurement
Festmachepier {m} [naut.]
mooring berth
Schotstek {m} [naut.]
sheet bend
Schothorn {n} [naut.]
clew
Schonerbark {f} [naut.]
barquentine; schooner barque
Schlingerverband {m} [naut.]
anti-rolling bracing
Schlingerleiste {f} [naut.]
fiddle
Fahrtiefe {f} [naut.]
depth
Schlingerkiel {m} [naut.]
drift bilge bulge auxiliary keel
Fallreep {n} [naut.]
accommodation ladder
Schlepphilfe {f} [naut.]
tug assistance
Fender {m} [naut.]
fender
Schiffszwieback {m} [naut.]
ship's biscuit; tack; sea biscuit; hardtack
Fock {f} [naut.]
fore sail; jib
Schiffsbeleuchtung {f} [naut.]
the ship's lighting
Fockrahe {f} [naut.]
foreyard
Rundtörn {m} [naut.]
round turn
Rüsteisen {n} [naut.]
chain plate
Gezeitenstrudel {m} [naut.]
swash
Ruderschaden {m} [naut.]
damaged rudder
Gleiten {n} [naut.]
planing
Gleiter {m} [naut.]
planing hull
Routineheimfahrt {f} [naut.]
rotation return
Rollsegelvorrichtung {f} [naut.]
roller furling
Großschot {f} [naut.]
main sheet
Großsegel {n} [naut.]
mainsail
Grundgeschirr {n} [naut.]
ground tackle
Saling {f} [naut.]
spreader
Gegenkommer {m} [naut.]
oncoming vessel
Fockbaum {m} [naut.]
club
Fockhals {m} [naut.]
tack
Focksegel {n} [naut.]
headsail
Fockschiene {f} [naut.]
jib track
Fockstag {m} [naut.]
forestay
Scherlatte {f} [naut.]
fairleader batten
Schergang {m} [naut.]
sheer strake
Frischwasser {n} [naut.]
fresh water; city water
Fußliek {n} [naut.]
foot
Fußreling {f} [naut.]
toe rail
Salingstutzen {m} [naut.]
tang
Rollreffvorrichtung {f} [naut.]
roller reefing
Schauermann {m} [naut.]
docker
Schiffszwieback {m} [naut.]
ship's biscuit, tack, sea biscuit, hardtack
kalfatern [naut.]
to caulk; to make watertight
Schoner {m} [naut.]
schooner
Freibordmarke {f} [naut.]
plimsoll line
Liegezeit {f} [naut.]
lay time; lay days
Bullenstander {m} [naut.]
lazy guy, bull pendant, check rope
Fock {f} [naut.]
fore sail, jib
Schotdurchführung {f} [naut.]
fairlead
Schotklemme {f} [naut.]
jam cleat
Schute {f} [naut.]
barge, lighter
Knoten {m} [naut.]
knot (measure of speed)
Luke {f} [naut.]
scuttle
Leichtmatrose {m} [naut.]
ordinary seaman (OS)
Lot {n} [naut.]
sounding line, lead line, shore lead
Bootsbeleuchtung {f} [naut.]
the boat's lighting
Pinne {f} [naut.]
tiller
Halse {f} [naut.]
jibe
Mooring {f} [naut.]
mooring
Jolle {f} [naut.]
jolly boat, centreboarder
Notsegel {n} [naut.]
jury rig
Palstek {m} [naut.]
bowline, bowline hitch
Außenborder {m} [naut.]
outboard
Besanmast {m} [naut.]
mizenmast, mizzenmast, jigger
Betonnung {f} [naut.]
buoyage, beaconage
Spinnaker {m} [naut.]
spinnaker
Achterdeck {m} [naut.]
afterdeck, poop deck
Spiere {f} [naut.]
spar, pole
Nock {f} [naut.]
yardarm
Sturmsegel {n} [naut.]
lug sail, storm trysail
Sturmfock {f} [naut.]
drogue, storm jib
Backstag {n} [naut.]
preventer, running backstay
Stauraum {m} [naut.]
stowage
Baumniederholer {m} [naut.]
boom vang, boomvang
Achterschiff {n} [naut.]
stern of the ship, ship's stern
Smutje {m} [naut.]
ship's cook
Vorliek {n} [naut.]
luff
Querleine {f} [naut.]
brest line
Bugspriet {m} [naut.]
bowsprit
Z-Antrieb {m} [naut.]
sterndrive; inboard outboard drive I O
Handelsschiff {n} [naut.]
argosy
Schiffsbug {m} [naut.]
bow (of a ship)
Vordersteven {m} [naut.]
stem
unverstagt {adj} [naut.]
unstayed
Schiffsverkehr {m}; Schifffahrtsverkehr {m} [naut.]
shipping traffic
Achtersteven {m}, Rudersteven {m} [naut.]
sternpost
winschen {vt} [naut.]
to winch
Bootsheizung {f} [naut.] [mach.]
boat heater
Bootslack {m} [naut.] [mach.]
marine varnish; spar varnish
Höhe schinden [naut.]
to point
Konferenzfrachtraten {pl} [naut.]
conference rates
Bootsmast {m} [naut.] [mach.]
boat mast
Halbwind {m}, Halbwindkurs {m} [naut.]
beam reach, crossing wind
Schlingerflossen {pl} [naut.]
anti-rolling fins
Bootsfanfare {f} [naut.] [mach.]
boat horn
Flunke {f}; Ankerarm {f} [naut.]
fluke
Lattentasche {f} (Segel) [naut.]
batten pocket
Bootsbatterie {f} [naut.] [mach.]
marine battery
Bootsbedarf {m} [naut.] [mach.]
boating supplies; boating equipment
Bootsantrieb {m} [naut.] [mach.]
boat drive
Fall {n}; Flaggleine {f} [naut.]
halyard; halliard
Fangzeit {f} [zool.] [naut.]
season of fishing
Flugzeugträgerkampfgruppe {f} [mil.] [naut.]
Carrier Strike Group
Fahrtlichter {pl} [naut.]
running lights
Knoten {m}, Stek {m} [naut.]
knot
Kraweelbau {m} [naut.]
in Kraweelbauweise
carvel build
carvel-built
Flugzeugträgerverband {m} [naut.] [mil.]
Carrier Strike Group
vorderer Festmacher [naut.]
head fast
Ankerleine {f}, Ankerkette {f} [naut.]
rode
Aufbauten {pl} [naut.]
superstructure
Holk {m} [naut.] [hist.]
hulk
Kajütsluke {f}; Oberlicht {n} [naut.]
companion
Hafenordnung {f} [naut.] [adm.]
port regulations; harbour regulations
Kajütstreppe {f} (ship) [naut.]
companion ladder; companion way (ship)
Reling {f} [naut.]
rail; railing
Bordcomputer {m} (Schiff) [naut.]
seaborne computer
Flunke {f}, Ankerarm {f} [naut.]
fluke
Boden {m}, Fußboden {m} [naut.]
sole
Windjammer {m} (Großsegler) [naut.]
windjammer (tall ship)
Meridian-Instrument {n} [naut.]
transit instrument
Halbwind {m}; Halbwindkurs {m} [naut.]
beam reach; crossing wind
Kajüteneinteilung {f} (Schiff) [naut.]
disposition of the cabins (ship)
Hüsing {f} (Schiff) [naut.]
housing; house line (ship)
Hinterstevenknie {n} (Schiff) [naut.]
sternson (ship)
Hinterstevenbogen {m} (Schiff) [naut.]
propeller arch (ship)
Deckshelfer {m}; Decksmann {m} [naut.]
deckhand; roustabout
Querschott {n} (Schiff) [naut.]
transverse bulkhead; cross bulkhead (ship)
Achtung!; Stop! [naut.]
Avast!
Fall {n}, Flaggleine {f} [naut.]
halyard, halliard
Heckaufschleppe {f} (Schiff) [naut.]
stern slip
Bootswerft {f} [naut.] [mach.]
boat builder's yard
Brigantine {f} (Segelschiff) [naut.]
brigantine
Masttop {m}; Masttopp {m} [naut.]
masthead
Oktant {m}; Achtelkreis {m} [naut.]
octant
Bootsplane {f} [naut.] [mach.]
boat cover
Schandeck {n}; Scheuerleiste {f} [naut.]
gunwale
Schanzkleid {n} (Schiff) [naut.]
bulwark; breastwork (ship)
kleine Luke {f} [naut.]
scuttle (on deck)
Schanzkleidreling {f} (Schiff) [naut.]
handrail; roughtree railing (ship)
Schanzkleidstütze {f} (Schiff) [naut.]
bulwark stay; bulwark stanchion (ship)
Königliches Postschiff [naut.]
Royal Mail Ship RMS; R.M.S.
Lugger-Segel {n} [naut.]
lug sail
Baum {m}, Spiere {f} [naut.]
boom
Bootsservice {m} [naut.] [mach.]
boat service
Rumpfquerschnittswinkel {m} (Schiff) [naut.]
deadrise
Kimm {f} (Schiff) [naut.]
bilge (ship)
Auftrieb {m}, Segelauftrieb {m} [naut.]
lifting rig
Ruderanlage {f}; Rudermaschine {f} [naut.]
steering gear
Kimmspiegel {m} am Sextanten [naut.]
horizon glass
Gitterschott {n} (Schiff) [naut.]
batten and space bulkhead (ship)
Ruderbank {f}; Ducht {f} [naut.]
thwart; cross thwart
Gierachse {f} [naut.] [aviat.]
yaw axis
Bootsverdeckstoff {m} [naut.] [mach.]
boat cover material
Marssegel {n}; Toppsegel {n} [naut.]
topsail
Bootsreparatur {f} [naut.] [mach.]
boat repair
kopfüber {adj} [naut.]
pitch pole
Ausscheren {n} (Schiff) [naut.]
sheering; sheer (ship)
Sturmdeck {n} (Schiff) [naut.]
flying deck; hurricane deck
Schott {n}, Schotte {f} [naut.]
compartment
Auftrieb {m}; Segelauftrieb {m} [naut.]
lifting rig
Takelage {f}; Takelwerk {n} [naut.]
masts and rigging
festkommen {vi} [naut.]
to run aground
Tragfähigkeit {f}; Tragkraft {f} [naut.]
burden
Ankerleine {f}; Ankerkette {f} [naut.]
rode
Trimm {m}; Gleichgewichtslage {f} [naut.]
trim
Segeltörn {m}, Törn {m} [naut.]
cruise, sail
Achtung unten! [naut.]
Stand-by below!
Achtersteven {m}; Rudersteven {m} [naut.]
sternpost
bugwärts {adv} [naut.]
towards the bow; forward
Stevensohle {f} (Schiff) [naut.]
sole piece (ship)
Stevenrohr {n} (Schiff) [naut.]
stern tube; tubular stern; tubular tail post (ship)
Stevenrohrstopfbuchse {f} (Schiff) [naut.]
stern tube stuffing box; stern tube gland (ship)
Besanschot an! [naut.] [hist.]
Splice the main brace!
Reling {f} [naut.]
rail, railing
Besan {n}; Besansegel {n} [naut.]
spanker
Abdrift {m}, Abtrift {f} [naut.]
leeway
Befeuerung {f} [aviat.] [naut.]
beaconing
Baum {m}; Spiere {f} [naut.]
boom
Stauraum {m} (Schiff) [naut.]
freight hold; ship's hold
Stauvermögen {m} (Schiff) [naut.]
stowage capacity (ship)
Baggergutschüttstelle {f} [envir.] [naut.]
ocean disposal site for dredged material
Steuerkurs {m}; Kompasskurs {m} [naut.]
heading
heckwärts {adv} [naut.]
towards the stern; aftward
Stevenlog {n} (Schiff) [naut.]
stem log; hydrodynamic log (ship)
Skipjak {m} [naut.] (Bootsform)
skipjak
Skull {n} [naut.] [sport]
scull
Steuerkurs {m}, Kompasskurs {m} [naut.]
heading
ausloten {vt} [naut.]
to sound the depth of; to plumb
fieren, halsen [naut.]
to veer
bugsieren {vt} [naut.]
to tow
Takelage {f}, Takelwerk {n} [naut.]
masts and rigging
VORTRAC-System {m} [naut.]
VORTRAC system
Vortriebswiderstand {m} (Schiff) [naut.]
resistance to propulsion (ship)
ausloten {vt} [naut.]
to sound the depth of, to plumb
anluven {vt} [naut.]
to head up, to come up
Welldeck {n} [naut.] [mil.]
well deck
Tragfähigkeit {f}, Tragkraft {f} [naut.]
burden
Trimm {m}, Gleichgewichtslage {f} [naut.]
trim
leegierig {adj} [naut.]
lee helm
Vorhaltewinkel {m} [aviat.] [naut.]
correction angle
luven, anluven [naut.]
to luff, to go to windward
buglastig {adj} [naut.]
bow-heavy; trim by the bow
Unteroffiziersmesse {f} [mil.] [naut.]
petty officers' mess
Abdriftkorrektur {f} [aviat.] [naut.]
drift correction
Abdrift {m}; Abtrift {f} [naut.]
leeway
Speigatten {pl} [naut.]
scuppers
Abstand halten [naut.]
to keep a berth
Arbeitstauchboote [naut.] [mach.]
work dipping boats
volllaufen lassen [naut.]
to swamp
beidrehen {vi} [naut.]
to heave to
raumschots {adv} [naut.]
beam reach
luvgierig {adj} [naut.]
weather helm
Winterhafen {m} (Fluss) [naut.]
harbour of refuge (river)
anluven {vt} [naut.]
to head up; to come up
Seitenriss {m} (Schiff) [naut.]
buttock line (ship)
manövrierunfähig {adj} [naut.]
not under command
Einheitsklasse {f} (Schiff) [naut.]
one-design class (ship)
Schott {n}; Schotte {f} [naut.]
compartment
Dwarsabstand {m} [aviat.] [naut.]
distance on the beam; athwart distance [Am.]
Segeltörn {m}; Törn {m} [naut.]
cruise; sail
Einlaufen {n} in Häfen [naut.]
port entry
Masttop {m}, Masttopp {m} [naut.]
masthead
Durchfahrtsordnung {f} [naut.] [adm.]
régime of passage
Docklandungsschiff {n} [mil.] [naut.]
Dock Landing Ship
Dregganker {m}; Draggen {m} [naut.]
drag; grapnel
Dredscharbeiten {pl} [naut.]
dredging work; dredging operations
Marssegel {n}, Toppsegel {n} [naut.]
topsail
Seenotrettungsdienst {m}; Seenotdienst {m} [naut.]
sea rescue service
Oktant {m}, Achtelkreis {m} [naut.]
octant
Sommerfreibord-Tiefgang {n} [naut.]
summer draught

Lexikoneinträge für windward side; windward; upwind side; weather side

Crown side () See Crown office.
Fair-weather (a.) Made or done in pleasant weather, or in circumstances involving but little exposure or sacrifice
Fair-weather (a.) Appearing only when times or circumstances are prosperous
Side (n.) The margin, edge, verge, or border of a surface
Side (n.) Any outer portion of a thing considered apart from, and yet in relation to, the rest
Side (n.) One of the halves of the body, of an animals or man, on either side of the mesial plane
Side (n.) The right or left part of the wall or trunk of the body
Side (n.) A slope or declivity, as of a hill, considered as opposed to another slope over the ridge.
Side (n.) The position of a person or party regarded as opposed to another person or party, whether as a rival or a foe
Side (n.) A line of descent traced through one parent as distinguished from that traced through another.
Side (n.) Fig.: Aspect or part regarded as contrasted with some other
Side (a.) Of or pertaining to a side, or the sides
Side (a.) Hence, indirect
Side (n.) Long
Side (v. i.) To lean on one side.
Side (v. i.) To embrace the opinions of one party, or engage in its interest, in opposition to another party
Side (v. t.) To be or stand at the side of
Side (v. t.) To suit
Side (v. t.) To work (a timber or rib) to a certain thickness by trimming the sides.
Side (v. t.) To furnish with a siding
Side-taking (n.) A taking sides, as with a party, sect, or faction.
Side-wheel (a.) Having a paddle wheel on each side
Upwind (v. t.) To wind up.
Weather (n.) The state of the air or atmosphere with respect to heat or cold, wetness or dryness, calm or storm, clearness or cloudiness, or any other meteorological phenomena
Weather (n.) Vicissitude of season
Weather (n.) Storm
Weather (n.) A light rain
Weather (v. t.) To expose to the air
Weather (v. t.) Hence, to sustain the trying effect of
Weather (v. t.) To sail or pass to the windward of
Weather (v. t.) To place (a hawk) unhooded in the open air.
Weather (v. i.) To undergo or endure the action of the atmosphere
Weather (a.) Being toward the wind, or windward -- opposed to lee
Weather-beaten (a.) Beaten or harassed by the weather
Weather-bit (n.) A turn of the cable about the end of the windlass, without the bits.
Weather-bitten (a.) Eaten into, defaced, or worn, by exposure to the weather.
Weather-board (v. t.) To nail boards upon so as to lap one over another, in order to exclude rain, snow, etc.
Weather-bound (a.) Kept in port or at anchor by storms
Weather-driven (a.) Driven by winds or storms
Weather-fend (v. t.) To defend from the weather
Windward (n.) The point or side from which the wind blows
Windward (a.) Situated toward the point from which the wind blows
Windward (adv.) Toward the wind

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

side-glance
side-look
a glance sideways, she shot him an impatient side-glance
side-blotched lizard
sand lizard Uta stansburiana
one of the most abundant lizards in the arid western United States
foul-weather gear protective garment that is intended to keep the wearer dry and warm in bad weather
pistol
handgun
side arm
shooting iron
a firearm that is held and fired with one hand
pommel horse
side horse
a gymnastic horse with a cylindrical body covered with leather and two upright handles (pommels) near the center, held upright by two steel supports, one at each end
sheet tack mainsheet
weather sheet
shroud
(nautical) a line (rope or chain) that regulates the angle at which a sail is set in relation to the wind
side an extended outer surface of an object, he turned the box over to examine the bottom side, they painted all four sides of the house
side chapel a small chapel off the side aisle of a church
side door
side entrance
an exterior door at one side of a building
side pocket a pocket on the side of a billiard table
side road a minor road branching off of a main road
side street a street intersecting a main street and terminating there
side-wheeler a paddle steamer having a paddle wheel on each side
side yard the grounds at either side of a house
snare drum
snare side drum
a small drum with two heads and a snare stretched across the lower head
straight chair
side chair
a straight-backed chair without arms
weather deck
shelter deck
upper deck having no overhead protection from the weather, but sheltering the deck below
weather map
weather chart
(meteorology) a map showing the principal meteorological elements at a given time and over an extended region
weather radar radar that is able to detect clouds and precipitation
weather satellite
meteorological satellite
a satellite that transmits frequent picture of the earth below
weather ship an oceangoing vessel equipped to make meteorological observations
weather strip
weatherstrip
weather stripping
weatherstripping
a narrow strip of material to cover the joint of a door or window to exclude the cold
weathervane
weather vane
vane
wind vane
mechanical device attached to an elevated structure, rotates freely to show the direction of the wind
watchfulness
vigilance
weather eye
vigilant attentiveness, he keeps a weather eye open for trouble
sideburn
burnside
mutton chop
side-whiskers
facial hair that has grown down the side of a man's face in front of the ears (especially when the rest of the beard is shaved off)
side either the left or right half of a body, he had a pain in his side
side an aspect of something (as contrasted with some other implied aspect), he was on the heavy side, he is on the purchasing side of the business, it brought out his better side
side view a view from the side of something
supply-side economics the school of economic theory that stresses the costs of production as a means of stimulating the economy, advocates policies that raise capital and labor output by increasing the incentive to produce
meteorology
weather forecasting
predicting what the weather will be
weather forecast
weather outlook
a forecast of the weather
side
position
an opinion that is held in opposition to another in an argument or dispute, there are two sides to every question
English
side
(sports) the spin given to a ball by striking it on one side or releasing it with a sharp twist
silver lining
bright side
a consoling aspect of a difficult situation, every cloud has a silver lining, look on the bright side of it
side dish
side order
entremets
a dish that is served with, but is subordinate to, a main course
side
side of meat
a lengthwise dressed half of an animal's carcass used for food
side of beef dressed half of a beef carcass
flitch side of bacon salted and cured abdominal wall of a side of pork
side of pork dressed half of a hog carcass
side a family line of descent, he gets his brains from his father's side
National Weather Service the federal agency in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that is responsible for weather forecast and preparation of weather maps
weather bureau an administrative unit responsible for gathering and interpreting meteorological data for weather study and forecasts
side one of two or more contesting groups, the Confederate side was prepared to attack
side
face
a surface forming part of the outside of an object, he examined all sides of the crystal, dew dripped from the face of the leaf
lee
lee side
leeward
the side of something that is sheltered from the wind
meteorological observation post
weather station
one of a network of observation posts where meteorological data is recorded
windward the side of something that is toward the wind
side a line segment forming part of the perimeter of a plane figure, the hypotenuse of a right triangle is always the longest side
side a place within a region identified relative to a center or reference location, they always sat on the right side of the church, he never left my side
blind side the side on which your vision is limited or obstructed
east side the side that is on the east
north side the side that is on the north
south side the side that is on the south
west side the side that is on the west
top
top side
upper side
upside
the highest or uppermost side of anything, put your books on top of the desk, only the top side of the box was painted
Windward Islands
Windward Isles
a group of islands in the southeastern West Indies, the southern part of the Lesser Antilles
slope
incline
side
an elevated geological formation, he climbed the steep slope, the house was built on the side of a mountain
Windward Passage a channel between eastern Cuba and western Haiti that connects the Atlantic Ocean with the Caribbean Sea
side judge a football official
weatherman
weather forecaster
predicts the weather
side effect
fallout
any adverse and unwanted secondary effect, a strategy to contain the fallout from the accounting scandal
cold weather a period of unusually cold weather
fair weather
sunshine temperateness
moderate weather, suitable for outdoor activities
hot weather a period of unusually high temperatures
weather
weather condition
conditions
atmospheric condition
the atmospheric conditions that comprise the state of the atmosphere in terms of temperature and wind and clouds and precipitation, they were hoping for good weather, every day we have weather conditions and yesterday was no exception, the conditions were too rainy for playing in the snow
credit side account of payments received, usually the right side of a financial statement
debit side account of payments owed, usually the left side of a financial statement
windward the direction from which the wind is coming
to windward
windward side
weatherboard
weather side
the side toward the wind
to leeward
leeward side
the side sheltered from the wind
flip side a different aspect of something (especially the opposite aspect), the flip side of your positive qualities sometimes get out of control, on the flip side of partnerships he talked about their competition
side effect a secondary and usually adverse effect of a drug or therapy, severe headaches are one of the side effects of the drug
good weather weather suitable for outdoor activities
bad weather
inclemency
inclementness
weather unsuitable for outdoor activities
raw weather unpleasantly cold and damp weather
weather change under the action or influence of the weather, A weathered old hut
side take sides for or against, Who are you widing with?, Im siding against the current candidate
side-slip slide sideways through the air in a downward direction in an airplane along an inclined lateral axis
weather sail to the windward of
weather cause to slope
weather
endure brave
brave out
face and withstand with courage, She braved the elements
adjacent
next
side by side(p)
nearest in space or position, immediately adjoining without intervening space, had adjacent rooms, in the next room, the person sitting next to me, our rooms were side by side
weather-bound delayed or shut in by bad weather, weather-bound traffic, irritable weather-bound children
sunny-side up (eggs) fried on only one side
weather-stripped having cracks blocked with weather stripping
windward on the side exposed to the wind, the windward islands
upwind
weather(a)
towards the side exposed to wind
side by side closely related or associated, a city in which communism and democracy had to live side by side
all-weather usable or operative or practiced in all kinds of weather, a good all-weather road, all-weather flying
side(a) located on a side, side fences, the side porch
weather-beaten tanned and coarsened from being outdoors, a weather-beaten face
wrong-side-out(p)
inside-out(p)
with the inside surface on the outside
right-side-out(p) of fabric or clothing
right-side-up(p) of objects having a top and bottom
ailing
indisposed
peaked(p)
poorly(p)
sickly
unwell under the weather
seedy
somewhat ill or prone to illness, my poor ailing grandmother, feeling a bit indisposed today, you look a little peaked, feeling poorly, a sickly child, is unwell and can't come to work
weather-beaten
weatherworn
weathered
worn by exposure to the weather, a house of weathered shingles
side-to-side alternately left and right with respect to a central point, the side-to-side motion of the boat
upwind
against the wind
into the wind
in the direction opposite to the direction the wind is blowing, they flew upwind
windward
downwind
away from the wind, they were sailing windward
leeward
upwind
toward the wind, they were sailing leeward

 

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