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sprengend Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

bursting open
sprengen; aufsprengen {vt}
sprengend; aufsprengend
gesprengt; aufgesprengt
to burst; to burst open {burst; burst}
bursting; bursting open
burst; burst open
sprengen, aufsprengen
sprengend, aufsprengend
gesprengt, aufgesprengt
to burst, to burst open {burst, burst}
bursting, bursting open
burst, burst open
etw. überhöhen; etw. sprengen {vt} [constr.]
überhöhend; sprengend
überhöht; gesprengt
to stilt sth.; to render sth. stilted
stilting; rendering stilted
stilted; rendered stilted
aufsprengen; sprengen {vt}
aufsprengend; sprengend
aufgesprengt; gesprengt
Eis sprengt den Felsen.
to break open; to break up
breaking open; breaking up
broken open; broken up
Ice is breaking up the rock.
schlagen, sprengen, vernichten {vt}
schlagend, sprengend, vernichtend
geschlagen, gesprengt, vernichtet
to blast
etw. (kontrolliert) sprengen
Ein Tunnel wurde durch den Berg gesprengt.
to blast sth.
A tunnel was blasted through the mountain.
etw. (in die Luft) sprengen; etw. zersprengen; etw. zur Explosion bringen
sprengend; zersprengend; zur Explosion bringend
gesprengt; zersprengt; zur Explosion gebracht
to blow {blew; blown} sth. up
blowing up
blown up
zur Explosion bringen; sprengen
zur Explosion bringend; sprengend
zur Explosion gebracht; gesprengt
to detonate
zur Explosion bringen, sprengen
zur Explosion bringend, sprengend
zur Explosion gebracht, gesprengt
to detonate
sprengen, platzen lassen, zerstören
sprengend, platzen lassend, zerstörend
gesprengt, platzen lassen, zerstört
to blow {blew, blown}, to blow up
blowing, blowing up
blown, blown up

Deutsche Synonyme für sprengend

Englische Synonyme für bursting open

bursting  SRO  abundant  agog  alive with  aquiver  aroused  atingle  atwitter  banging  blasting  bloated  blooming  bountiful  brimful  brimming  bristling  bulging  bursting out  capacity  carried away  chock-full  choked  chuck-full  congested  copious  cracking  cram-full  crammed  crashing  crawling  creative  crowded  crowding  detonating  distended  drenched  ebullient  effervescent  eruptive  excited  exhilarated  explodable  exploding  explosible  explosive  exuberant  farci  fecund  fertile  filled  filled to overflowing  fired  flapping  flourishing  flush  fructiferous  fruitful  full  full to bursting  fulminating  generous  glutted  gorged  high  hopped up  hyperemic  impassioned  in profusion  in spate  inflamed  jam-packed  jammed  keyed up  knocking  lathered up  lavish  lush  luxuriant  manic  moved  overblown  overburdened  overcharged  overfed  overflowing  overfraught  overfreighted  overfull  overladen  overloaded  overstocked  overstuffed  oversupplied  overweighted  packed  packed like sardines  plenary  plenteous  plentiful  plethoric  popping  populous  pregnant  prodigal  productive  profuse  proliferating  proliferous  prolific  rapping  ready to burst  replete  rich  rife  round  roused  running over  satiated  saturated  seminal  slapping  slatting  soaked  standing room only  steamed up  stimulated  stirred  stirred up  studded  stuffed  stuffed up  superabundant  supercharged  supersaturated  surcharged  surfeited  swarming  swollen  tapping  teeming  thick  thick as hail  thick with  thick-coming  thrilled  thriving  thronged  thronging  tingling  tingly  topful  turned-on  uberous  volcanic  whipped up  worked up  wrought up  yeasty  

Lexikoneinträge für bursting open

Bursting (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Burst
Open (a.) Free of access
Open (a.) Free to be used, enjoyed, visited, or the like
Open (a.) Free or cleared of obstruction to progress or to view
Open (a.) Not drawn together, closed, or contracted
Open (a.) Without reserve or false pretense
Open (a.) Not concealed or secret
Open (a.) Not of a quality to prevent communication, as by closing water ways, blocking roads, etc.
Open (a.) Not settled or adjusted
Open (a.) Free
Open (a.) Uttered with a relatively wide opening of the articulating organs
Open (a.) Uttered, as a consonant, with the oral passage simply narrowed without closure, as in uttering s.
Open (a.) Not closed or stopped with the finger
Open (a.) Produced by an open string
Open (n.) Open or unobstructed space
Open (v. t.) To make or set open
Open (v. t.) To spread
Open (v. t.) To disclose
Open (v. t.) To make known
Open (v. t.) To enter upon
Open (v. t.) To loosen or make less compact
Open (v. i.) To unclose
Open (v. i.) To expand
Open (v. i.) To begin
Open (v. i.) To bark on scent or view of the game.
Open-air (a.) Taking place in the open air
Open-eyed (a.) With eyes widely open
Open-handed (a.) Generous
Open-headed (a.) Bareheaded.
Open-hearted (a.) Candid
Open-mouthed (a.) Having the mouth open

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

open sesame any very successful means of achieving a result
open primary a primary in which any registered voter can vote (but must vote for candidates of only one party)
open frame
any frame in which a bowler fails to make a strike or spare, the break in the eighth frame cost him the match
open-heart surgery heart surgery in which the rib cage is spread open, the heart is stopped and blood is detoured through a heart-lung machine while a heart valve or coronary artery is surgically repaired
bursting charge
explosive charge
a quantity of explosive to be set off at one time, this cartridge has a powder charge ofgrains
disrupting explosive
bursting explosive
a high explosive that is used to damage the target that is under attack
fireplace hearth open fireplace an open recess in a wall at the base of a chimney where a fire can be built, the fireplace was so large you could walk inside it, he laid a fire in the hearth and lit it, the hearth was black with the charcoal of many fires
open-air market
open-air marketplace
market square
a public marketplace where food and merchandise is sold
open circuit an incomplete electrical circuit in which no current flows
open-end wrench
tappet wrench
a wrench having parallel jaws at fixed separation (often on both ends of the handle)
open-hearth furnace a furnace for making steel in which the steel is placed on a shallow hearth and flames of burning gas and hot air play over it
open sight rear gunsight having an open notch instead of a peephole or telescope
open weave a weave in which warp threads never come together, leaving interstices in the fabric
open door freedom of access, he maintained an open door for all employees
information that has become public, all the reports were out in the open, the facts had been brought to the surface
open interval
unbounded interval
an interval that does not include its endpoints
open account an unpaid credit order
open letter a letter of protest, addressed to one person but intended for the general public
open-door policy
open door
the policy of granting equal trade opportunities to all countries
open secret something that is supposed to be secret but is generally known, their love affair was an open secret
open sesame a magical command, used by Ali Baba
open a tournament in which both professionals and amateurs may play
open-face sandwich
open sandwich
sandwich without a covering slice of bread
mutual fund
mutual fund company
open-end fund
open-end investment company
a regulated investment company with a pool of assets that regularly sells and redeems its shares
open shop a company whose workers are hired without regard to their membership in a labor union
open house an informal party of people with hospitality for all comers
Open University a British university that is open to people without formal academic qualifications and where teaching is by correspondence or broadcasting or summer school
open society a society that allows its members considerable freedom (as in a democracy), America's open society has made it an easy target for terrorists
open order a military formation leaving enough space between ranks to allow an inspecting officer to pass
open air
where the air is unconfined, he wanted to get outdoors a little, the concert was held in the open air, camping in the open
open clear a clear or unobstructed space or expanse of land or water, finally broke out of the forest into the open
open chain a chain of atoms in a molecule whose ends are not joined to form a ring
open-end credit
revolving credit
charge account credit
a consumer credit line that can be used up to a certain limit or paid down at any time
credit account
charge account
open account
credit extended by a business to a customer
open-hearth process a process for making steel using an open-hearth furnace
open marriage a marriage in which each partner is free to enter into extraneous sexual relationships without guilt or jealousy from the other
chronic glaucoma
open-angle glaucoma
glaucoma caused by blockage of the canal of Schlemm, produces gradual loss of peripheral vision, open-angle glaucoma is the most common type of glaucoma
compound fracture
open fracture
bone fracture associated with lacerated soft tissue or an open wound
erupt irrupt flare up
flare break open
burst out
erupt or intensify suddenly, Unrest erupted in the country, Tempers flared at the meeting, The crowd irrupted into a burst of patriotism
split break open
come open suddenly and violently, as if from internal pressure, The bubble burst
open up
make available, This opens up new possibilities
open open up become available, an opportunity opened up
open up talk freely and without inhibition
open make the opening move, Kasparov opened with a standard opening
open fire
start firing a weapon
open up
cause to open or to become open, Mary opened the car door
break open open with force, He broke open the picnic basket
click open open with a clicking sound, These keys have clicked open many doors
open open up become open, The door opened
fly open come open suddenly, the doors flew open in the strong gust
spread spread out open
spread out or open from a closed or folded state, open the map, spread your arms
open up
open up an area or prepare a way, She pioneered a graduate program for women students
drop open
fall open
open involuntarily, His mouth dropped open, Her jaw dropped
open display the contents of a file or start an application as on a computer
keep one's eyes peeled
keep one's eyes skinned
keep one's eyes open
pay attention, be watchful, Keep your eyes peeled for any policemen
keep open
hold open
keep save
retain rights to, keep my job for me while I give birth, keep my seat, please, keep open the possibility of a merger
afford open give f afford access to, the door opens to the patio, The French doors give onto a terrace
open begin or set in action, of meetings, speeches, recitals, etc., He opened the meeting with a long speech
open up
start to operate or function or cause to start operating or functioning, open a business
open have an opening or passage or outlet, The bedrooms open into the hall
open ready for business, the stores are open
carefully observant or attentive, on the lookout for possible danger, a policy of open-eyed awareness, the vigilant eye of the town watch, there was a watchful dignity in the room, a watchful parent with a toddler in tow
open not having been filled, the job is still open
open-minded ready to entertain new ideas, an open-minded curiosity, open-minded impartiality
open-collared of a shirt, not buttoned at the neck, dressed casually in shorts and an open-collared shirt
open-ended allowing for future changes or revisions, open-ended agreements
acyclic open-chain having an open chain structure
open-ended allowing for a spontaneous response, an open-ended question
openly straightforward and direct without reserve or secretiveness, his candid eyes, an open and trusting nature, a heart-to-heart talk
lax in enforcing laws, a wide-open town
open without undue constriction as from e.g. tenseness or inhibition, the clarity and resonance of an open tone, her natural and open response
open-and-shut so obvious as to be easily solved or decided, an open-and-shut case
affording free passage or view, a clear view, a clear path to victory, open waters, the open countryside
open unfastened affording unobstructed entrance and exit, not shut or closed, an open door, they left the door open
wide-open open wide, left the doors wide-open
open affording free passage or access, open drains, the road is open to traffic, open ranks
open opened used of mouth or eyes, keep your eyes open, his mouth slightly opened
open having no protecting cover or enclosure, an open boat, an open fire, open sports cars
open (set theory) of an interval that contains neither of its endpoints
in the open air, an alfresco lunch, an open-air theater
open and observable, not secret or hidden, an overt lie, overt hostility, overt intelligence gathering, open ballots
open open to or in view of all, an open protest, an open letter to the editor
with no protection or shield, the exposed northeast frontier, open to the weather, an open wound
ready or willing to receive favorably, receptive to the proposals
open accessible to all, open season, an open economy
open-plan (of rooms or buildings) having large rooms with few dividing partitions
open-ended without fixed limits or restrictions, an open-ended discussion
not sealed or having been unsealed, the letter was already open, the opened package lay on the table
not brought to a conclusion, subject to further thought, an open question, our position on this bill is still undecided, our lawsuit is still undetermined
(of textures) full of small openings or gaps, an open texture, a loose weave
possibly accepting or permitting, a passage capable of misinterpretation, open to interpretation, an issue open to question, the time is fixed by the director and players and therefore subject to much variation
open(a) not requiring union membership, an open shop employs nonunion workers
not defended or capable of being defended, an open city, open to attack
open-hearth of or relating to or produced by the open-hearth process, open-hearth steel
open-source of or relating to or being computer software for which the source code is freely available


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