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Englische Synonyme für branch; branching; jump; transfer

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; branching; jump; transfer / conditional branch / unconditional branch / wild 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.
Branching (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Branch
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.
Branching (a.) Furnished with branches
Branching (n.) The act or state of separation into branches
Branch pilot () A pilot who has a branch or commission, as from Trinity House, England, for special navigation.
Conditional (a.) Containing, implying, or depending on, a condition or conditions
Conditional (a.) Expressing a condition or supposition
Conditional (n.) A limitation.
Conditional (n.) A conditional word, mode, or proposition.
Jump (n.) A kind of loose jacket for men.
Jump (n.) A bodice worn instead of stays by women in the 18th century.
Jump (v. i.) To spring free from the ground by the muscular action of the feet and legs
Jump (v. i.) To move as if by jumping
Jump (v. i.) To coincide
Jump (v. t.) To pass by a spring or leap
Jump (v. t.) To cause to jump
Jump (v. t.) To expose to danger
Jump (v. t.) To join by a butt weld.
Jump (v. t.) To thicken or enlarge by endwise blows
Jump (v. t.) To bore with a jumper.
Jump (n.) The act of jumping
Jump (n.) An effort
Jump (n.) The space traversed by a leap.
Jump (n.) A dislocation in a stratum
Jump (n.) An abrupt interruption of level in a piece of brickwork or masonry.
Jump (a.) Nice
Jump (adv.) Exactly
Transfer (v. t.) To convey from one place or person another
Transfer (v. t.) To make over the possession or control of
Transfer (v. t.) To remove from one substance or surface to another
Transfer (n.) The act of transferring, or the state of being transferred
Transfer (n.) The conveyance of right, title, or property, either real or personal, from one person to another, whether by sale, by gift, or otherwise.
Transfer (n.) That which is transferred.
Transfer (n.) A picture, or the like, removed from one body or ground to another, as from wood to canvas, or from one piece of canvas to another.
Transfer (n.) A drawing or writing printed off from one surface on another, as in ceramics and in many decorative arts.
Transfer (n.) A soldier removed from one troop, or body of troops, and placed in another.
Transfer (n.) A pathological process by virtue of which a unilateral morbid condition on being abolished on one side of the body makes its appearance in the corresponding region upon the other side.
Unconditional (a.) Not conditional limited, or conditioned
Wild (superl.) Living in a state of nature
Wild (superl.) Growing or produced without culture
Wild (superl.) Desert
Wild (superl.) Savage
Wild (superl.) Not submitted to restraint, training, or regulation
Wild (superl.) Exposed to the wind and sea
Wild (superl.) Indicating strong emotion, intense excitement, or /ewilderment
Wild (superl.) Hard to steer
Wild (n.) An uninhabited and uncultivated tract or region
Wild (adv.) Wildly
Wild-cat (a.) Unsound
Wild-cat (a.) Running without control

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

wild pitch an errant pitch that the catcher cannot be expected to catch and that allows a base runner to advance a base
jumper
jump shot
(basketball) a player releases the basketball at the high point of a jump
jump
jumping
the act of jumping, propelling yourself off the ground, he advanced in a series of jumps, the jumping was unexpected
transfer transference the act of transfering something from one form to another, the transfer of the music from record to tape suppressed much of the background noise
jump ball (basketball) the way play begins or resumes when possession is disputed, an official tosses the ball up between two players who jump in an effort to tap it to a teammate
jump parachuting descent with a parachute, he had done a lot of parachuting in the army
transportation
transport transfer
transferral
conveyance
the act of moving something from one location to another
wild-goose chase the fruitless pursuit of something unattainable
branching
ramification
fork
forking
the act of branching out or dividing into branches
broad jump
long jump
the act of jumping as far as possible from a running start
high jump the act of jumping as high as possible over a horizontal bar
jump rope a child's game or a cardiopulmonary exercise in which the player jumps over a swinging rope
Wild West Show
Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show
a spectacular show organized in by William F. Cody that featured horseback riding and marksmanship on a large scale, toured the United States and Europe
somatic cell nuclear transplantation
somatic cell nuclear transfer
SCNT
nuclear transplantation
moving a cell nucleus and its genetic material from one cell to another
conditional reflex
conditioned reflex
acquired reflex
conditional reaction
conditioned reaction
conditional response
conditioned response
an acquired response that is under the control of (conditional on the occurrence of) a stimulus
startle
jump start
a sudden involuntary movement, he awoke with a start
transfer transference transferring ownership
delivery livery
legal transfer
the voluntary transfer of something (title or possession) from one party to another
jumpstart
jump-start
starting an automobile engine that has a weak battery by means of jumper cables to another car, my battery was dead so I had to get a jumpstart from my neighbor
wild duck an undomesticated duck (especially a mallard)
wild dog any of various undomesticated mammals of the family Canidae that are thought to resemble domestic dogs as distinguished from jackals or wolves
silkworm giant silkworm
wild wilkworm
larva of a saturniid moth, spins a large amount of strong silk in constructing its cocoon
aperea
wild cavy
Cavia porcellus
South American cavy, possibly ancestral to the domestic guinea pig
wild horse undomesticated or feral domestic horse
wild ass any of several equine mammals of Asia and northeast Africa
African wild ass
Equus asinus
a wild ass of Africa
wild boar
boar Sus scrofa
Old World wild swine having a narrow body and prominent tusks from which most domestic swine come, introduced in United States
ox
wild ox
any of various wild bovines especially of the genera Bos or closely related Bibos
Asian wild ox genus of Asiatic wild oxen
wild sheep undomesticated sheep
wild goat undomesticated goat
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
jump rope
skip rope
skipping rope
a length of rope (usually with handles on each end) that is swung around while someone jumps over it
jump seat a folding seat in an automobile
jump suit one-piece uniform worn by parachutists
jump suit jumpsuit one-piece garment fashioned after a parachutist's uniform
ski jump a steep downward ramp from which skiers jump
water jump a pool or stream in a steeplechase or similar contest
wild card a playing card whose value can be determined by the person who holds it
conditional probability
contingent probability
the probability that an event will occur given that one or more other events have occurred
transfer transfer of training
carry-over
application of a skill learned in one situation to a different but similar situation
asynchronous transfer mode
ATM
a means of digital communications that is capable of very high speeds, suitable for transmission of images or voice or video as well as data, ATM is used for both LAN and WAN
transfer a ticket that allows a passenger to change conveyances
conditional contract a contract whose performance depends on a fact or event that affects legal relations
conditional sale a sale in which the buyer receives title to the property only upon the performance of some condition (usually the full payment of the purchase price)
jump (film) an abrupt transition from one scene to another
jump cut an immediate transition from one scene to another
file transfer protocol
FTP
protocol that allows users to copy files between their local system and any system they can reach on the network
anonymous ftp
anonymous file transfer protocol
a common way to make software available, users are allowed to log in as `guest' without a password and copy whatever has been made available
hypertext transfer protocol
HTTP
a protocol (utilizing TCP) to transfer hypertext requests and information between servers and browsers
peace offering
olive branch
something offered to an adversary in the hope of obtaining peace
wild card an unpredictable factor, the weather was a wild card
leap
jump
saltation
an abrupt transition, a successful leap from college to the major leagues
quantum leap
quantum jump
a sudden large increase or advance, this may not insure success but it will represent a quantum leap from last summer
quantum jump (physics) an abrupt transition of an electron or atom or molecule from one quantum state to another with the emission or absorption of a quantum
jump leap a sudden and decisive increase, a jump in attendance
high jump a competition that involves jumping as high as possible over a horizontal bar
long jump
broad jump
a competition that involves jumping as far as possible from a running start
pole vault
pole vaulting
pole jump
pole jumping
a competition that involves jumping over a high crossbar with the aid of a long pole
triple jump
hop-step-and-jump
an athletic contest in which a competitor must perform successively a hop and a step and a jump in continuous movement
lamb's-quarter
pigweed
wild spinach
leaves collected from the wild
wild spinach leafy greens collected from the wild and used as a substitute for spinach
hog plum wild plum fruit of the wild plum of southern United States
groundnut
potato bean
wild bean
nutlike tuber, important food of Native Americans
wild rice
Indian rice
grains of aquatic grass of North America
branch water pure natural water from a stream or brook, often distinguished from soda water
Special Branch a government police department dealing with political security
executive branch
Executive Office of the President
the branch of the United States government that is responsible for carrying out the laws
legislative branch the branch of the United States government that has the power of legislating
judicial branch the branch of the United States government responsible for the administration of justice
branch
subdivision arm
a division of some larger or more complex organization, a branch of Congress, botany is a branch of biology, the Germanic branch of Indo-European languages
transfer agent an agency (usually a bank) that is appointed by a corporation to keep records of its stock and bond owners and to resolve problems about certificates
Wild West the western United States during its frontier period
wilderness
wild
a wild and uninhabited area left in its natural condition, it was a wilderness preserved for the hawks and mountaineers
blue sky
blue
blue air
wild blue yonder
the sky as viewed during daylight, he shot an arrow into the blue
branch a stream or river connected to a larger one
transfer
transferee
someone who transfers or is transferred from one position to another, the best student was a transfer from LSU
wild man
feral man
a person who is not socialized
Cabell
James Branch Cabell
United States writer of satirical novels (-)
Hickock
Wild Bill Hickock
James Butler Hickock
frontier marshal whose adventures have become legendary (-)
outgrowth
branch
offshoot
offset
a natural consequence of development
wildflower
wild flower
wild or uncultivated flowering plant
mayapple May apple wild mandrake
Podophyllum peltatum
North American herb with poisonous root stock and edible though insipid fruit
American pasqueflower
Eastern pasque flower
wild crocus
lion's beard
prairie anemone
blue tulip
American pulsatilla
Pulsatilla patens
Anemone ludoviciana
short hairy perennial with early spring blue-violet or lilac flowers, North America and Siberia
wild tamarind Lysiloma latisiliqua
Lysiloma bahamensis
a tree of the West Indies and Florida and Mexico, resembles tamarind and has long flat pods
manila tamarind
camachile
huamachil
wild tamarind Pithecellobium dulce
common thorny tropical American tree having terminal racemes of yellow flowers followed by sickle-shaped or circinate edible pods and yielding good timber and a yellow dye and mucilaginous gum
wild calla
water arum
Calla palustris
plant of wetlands and bogs of temperate regions having small greenish flowers partly enclosed in a white spathe and red berries
wild sarsaparilla
false sarsaparilla
wild sarsparilla
Aralia nudicaulis
common perennial herb having aromatic roots used as a substitute for sarsaparilla, central and eastern North America
wild ginger low-growing perennial herb with pungent gingery leaves and rhizomes
wild pink Silene caroliniana perennial of eastern and central North America having short-stalked pink or white flowers in hairy clusters
lamb's-quarters
pigweed wild spinach Chenopodium album
common weedy European plant introduced into North America, often used as a potherb
good-king-henry
allgood
fat hen
wild spinach Chenopodium bonus-henricus
European plant naturalized in North America, often collected from the wild as a potherb
wild cabbage
Brassica oleracea
wild original of cultivated cabbages, common in western coastal Europe
jointed charlock
wild radish
wild rape
runch
Raphanus raphanistrum
Eurasian weed having yellow or mauve or white flowers and podlike fruits
field mustard
wild mustard
charlock
chadlock
Brassica kaber
Sinapis arvensis
weedy Eurasian plant often a pest in grain fields
sweet false chamomile
wild chamomile
German chamomile
Matricaria recutita
Matricaria chamomilla
annual Eurasian herb similar in fragrance and medicinal uses to chamomile though taste is more bitter and effect is considered inferior
climbing hempweed
climbing boneset
wild climbing hempweed
climbing hemp-vine
Mikania scandens
herb of tropical America having vanilla-scented flowers, climbs up trees
American feverfew
wild quinine
prairie dock
Parthenium integrifolium
stout perennial herb of the eastern United States with whitish flowers, leaves traditionally used by Catawba Indians to treat burns
wild vanilla
Trilisa odoratissima
perennial of southeastern United States with leaves having the fragrance of vanilla

 

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