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umfahrene Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

umfahrene
driven round
jdn. umfahren, jdn. niederfahren
jdn. umfahrend, jdn. niederfahrend
umgefahren, niedergefahren
to run sb. down, to run into sb.
running down, running into
run dowt, run into
umfahren, umfliegen, umschiffen, umsegeln {vt}
umfahrend, umfliegend, umschiffend, umsegelnd
umfahren, umflogen, umschifft, umsegelt
to circuit
circuiting
circuited
umfahren, überfahren
umfahrend, überfahrend
umgefahren, überfahren
fährt um, überfährt
fuhr um, überfuhr
to knock down, to knock over
knocking down, knocking over
knocked down, knocked over
knock down, knocks over
knocked down, knocked over
umfahren, herum fahren
umfahrend
umfahren
umfährt
umfuhr
to drive round
driving round
driven round
drives round
drove round
umfahren {vt}, herumfahren um
umfahrend, herumfahrend um
umfahren, herumgefahren um
to bypass
bypassing
bypassed
umkreisen, umfahren, sich bewegen um {vt}
umkreisend, umfahren, sich bewegend
umkreist, umfahren, sich bewegt
umkreist, umfährt
umkreiste, umfuhr
to circle
circling
circled
circles
circled
umfahren
drive round
jdn. überfahren; jdn. umfahren; jdn. über den Haufen fahren [ugs.]; jdn. niederfahren [Bayr.] [Ös.]; jdn. niederführen [Ös.]; jdn. zusammenfahren [Bayr.] [Ös.]; jdn. zusammenführen [Ös.]; jdn. umscheiben [Ös.] [ugs.] {vt} [auto]
überfahrend; umfahrend; über den Haufen fahrend; niederfahrend; niederführend; zusammenfahrend; zusammenführend; umscheibend
überfahren; umgefahren; über den Haufen gefahren; geniederfahren; niedergeführt; zusammengefahren; zusammengeführt; umgescheibt
einen Fußgänger eine Katze überfahren
von einem Zug überrollt werden
to run sb. down; to run sb. over; to knock sb. down [Br.]; to knock sb. over [Br.]
running down; running over; knocking down; knocking over
run down; run over; knocked down; knocked over
to run down over a pedestrian cat
to be run down over by a train
jdn. umfahren; jdn. niederfahren {vt}
jdn. umfahrend; jdn. niederfahrend
umgefahren; niedergefahren
to run sb. down; to run into sb.
running down; running into
run down; run into
umfahren; umfliegen; umschiffen; umsegeln {vt}
umfahrend; umfliegend; umschiffend; umsegelnd
umfahren; umflogen; umschifft; umsegelt
to circuit
circuiting
circuited
umfahren; herum fahren
umfahrend
umfahren
umfährt
umfuhr
to drive round
driving round
driven round
drives round
drove round
etw. umgehen; etw. umfahren {vt} [auto]
umgehend; umfahrend
umgangen; umfahren
Kann man die Brückenkonstruktion umgehen?
Wenn Sie die Stadt umfahren wollen nehmen Sie die Tangente.
to bypass sth.
bypassing
bypassed
Is there a way to bypass the bridge construction?
To bypass the city take the ring road.
umkreisen; umfahren; sich bewegen um {vt}
umkreisend; umfahren; sich bewegend
umkreist; umfahren; sich bewegt
umkreist; umfährt
umkreiste; umfuhr
to circle
circling
circled
circles
circled
umsegeln; umfahren; umschiffen; um die Welt schiffen [naut.]
umsegelnd; umfahrend; umschiffend; um die Welt schiffend
umsegelt; umfahren; umschifft; um die Welt geschifft
umsegelt
umsegelte
ein Kap umschiffen
to circumnavigate
circumnavigating
circumnavigated
circumnavigates
circumnavigated
to circumnavigate a cape
umfahrend
driving round
umfahrene
driven round
Abbaublock {m}
söhliger Abbaublock
umfahrener Abbaublock
block; panel; lift
top slice
blocked-out ore block

Deutsche Synonyme für umfahrene

Englische Synonyme für driven round

Lexikoneinträge für driven round

Driven (p. p.) of Drive
Driven (p. p.) of Drive. Also adj.
Home-driven (a.) Driven to the end, as a nail
Merry-go-round (n.) Any revolving contrivance for affording amusement
Quarter round () An ovolo.
Round (v. i. & t.) To whisper.
Round (a.) Having every portion of the surface or of the circumference equally distant from the center
Round (a.) Having the form of a cylinder
Round (a.) Having a curved outline or form
Round (a.) Full
Round (a.) Not inconsiderable
Round (a.) Uttered or emitted with a full tone
Round (a.) Modified, as a vowel, by contraction of the lip opening, making the opening more or less round in shape
Round (a.) Outspoken
Round (a.) Full and smoothly expanded
Round (a.) Complete and consistent
Round (n.) Anything round, as a circle, a globe, a ring. "The golden round" [the crown].
Round (n.) A series of changes or events ending where it began
Round (n.) A course of action or conduct performed by a number of persons in turn, or one after another, as if seated in a circle.
Round (n.) A series of duties or tasks which must be performed in turn, and then repeated.
Round (n.) A circular dance.
Round (n.) That which goes round a whole circle or company
Round (n.) Rotation, as in office
Round (n.) The step of a ladder
Round (n.) A course ending where it began
Round (n.) A walk performed by a guard or an officer round the rampart of a garrison, or among sentinels, to see that the sentinels are faithful and all things safe
Round (n.) A general discharge of firearms by a body of troops in which each soldier fires once.
Round (n.) Ammunition for discharging a piece or pieces once
Round (n.) A short vocal piece, resembling a catch in which three or four voices follow each other round in a species of canon in the unison.
Round (n.) The time during which prize fighters or boxers are in actual contest without an intermission, as prescribed by their rules
Round (n.) A brewer's vessel in which the fermentation is concluded, the yeast escaping through the bunghole.
Round (n.) A vessel filled, as for drinking.
Round (n.) An assembly
Round (n.) See Roundtop.
Round (n.) Same as Round of beef, below.
Round (adv.) On all sides
Round (adv.) Circularly
Round (adv.) In circumference
Round (adv.) From one side or party to another
Round (adv.) By or in a circuit
Round (adv.) Through a circle, as of friends or houses.
Round (adv.) Roundly
Round (prep.) On every side of, so as to encompass or encircle
Round (v. t.) To make circular, spherical, or cylindrical
Round (v. t.) To surround
Round (v. t.) To bring to fullness or completeness
Round (v. t.) To go round wholly or in part
Round (v. t.) To make full, smooth, and flowing
Round (v. i.) To grow round or full
Round (v. i.) To go round, as a guard.
Round (v. i.) To go or turn round
Round-arm (a.) Applied to the method delivering the ball in bowling, by swinging the arm horizontally.
Round-backed (a.) Having a round back or shoulders
Round-shouldered (a.) Having the shoulders stooping or projecting
Round-up (n.) The act of collecting or gathering together scattered cattle by riding around them and driving them in.
Weather-driven (a.) Driven by winds or storms

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

round trip a trip to some place and back again
round daily round the usual activities in your day, the doctor made his rounds
round of golf
round
the activity of playing holes of golf, a round of golf takes about hours
round dance round dancing a ballroom dance characterized by revolving movement
round dance
ring dance
a folk dance, dancers form a circle
round-thelock patrol a continuous nonstop patrol
round (often plural) a series of professional calls (usually in a set order), the doctor goes on his rounds first thing every morning, the postman's rounds, we enjoyed our round of the local bars
quahog
quahaug
hard-shell clam
hard clam
round clam
Venus mercenaria
Mercenaria mercenaria
an edible American clam, the heavy shells were used as money by some American Indians
round-tailed muskrat
Florida water rat
Neofiber alleni
of Florida wetlands
round whitefish
Menominee whitefish
Prosopium cylindraceum
a whitefish with a bronze back, of northern North America and Siberia
round scad
cigarfish
quiaquia
Decapterus punctatus
small fusiform fish of western Atlantic
arena theater
theater in the round
a theater arranged with seats around at least three sides of the stage
cannonball
cannon ball
round shot
a solid projectile that in former times was fired from a cannon
circle
round
any circular or rotating mechanism, the machine punched out metal circles
circus tent
big top
round top
top
a canvas tent to house the audience at a circus performance, he was afraid of a fire in the circus tent, they had the big top up in less than an hour
driven well
tube well
a well made by driving a tube into the earth to a stratum that bears water
ovolo
thumb quarter round
a convex molding having a cross section in the form of a quarter of a circle or of an ellipse
round unit of ammunition
one shot
a charge of ammunition for a single shot
round arch an arch formed in a continuous curve, characteristic of Roman architecture
round-bottom flask a spherical flask with a narrow neck
round file a file with a circular cross section, used to file the inside of holes
Round Table
King Arthur's Round Table
(legend) the circular table for King Arthur and his knights
rung round stave a crosspiece between the legs of a chair
round bone bones that are round in shape
round ligament of the uterus
ligamentum teres uteri
ligament attached to the uterus on either side in front of and below the opening of the Fallopian tube and passing through the inguinal canal to the labia majora
fenestra rotunda
fenestra cochleae
round window
fenestra of the cochlea
fenestra leading into the cochlea
round hand a clearly written style of longhand with large round curves
round-trip ticket
return ticket
a ticket to a place and back (usually over the same route)
round robin a letter signed by a number of people
round an outburst of applause, there was a round of applause
round
troll
a partsong in which voices follow each other, one voice starts and others join in one after another until all are singing different parts of the song at the same time, they enjoyed singing rounds
round table
roundtable
round-table conference
a meeting of peers for discussion and exchange of views, a roundtable on the future of computing
round robin a tournament in which every contestant plays every other contestant
round a cut of beef between the rump and the lower leg
round steak a lean cut of beef from between the rump and the shank
top round roast cut from the round, usually suitable for roasting
bottom round cut from the round, suitable for pot roast
quahaug
quahog
hard-shell clam
round clam
Atlantic coast round clams with hard shells, large clams usually used for chowders or other clam dishes
round round of drinks a serving to each of a group (usually alcoholic), he ordered a second round
beat
round
a regular route for a sentry or policeman, in the old days a policeman walked a beat and knew all his people by name
paper route
paper round
the route taken when delivering newspapers every day
round the course along which communications spread, the story is going the rounds in Washington
Knight of the Round Table in the Arthurian legend, a knight of King Arthur's court
round-leaved rein orchid
Habenaria orbiculata
orchid having a raceme of large greenish-white flowers on a single flower stalk growing between two elliptic or round basal leaves lying on the ground, from northern Oregon and Montana across Canada to the eastern United States
round-headed leek
Allium sphaerocephalum
Old World leek with a spherical bulb
marumi
marumi kumquat
round kumquat
Fortunella japonica
shrub bearing round-fruited kumquats
Gyromitra sphaerospora
round-spored gyromitra
a gyromitra with a brown puffed up fertile part and a rosy pink fluted stalk and smooth round spores, found on hardwood slash east of the Great Plains
round shape a shape that is curved and without sharp angles
perigon
round angle
an angle ofdegrees
round-trip light time
RTLT
the elapsed time it takes for a signal to travel from Earth to a spacecraft (or other body) and back to the starting point
turn
bout
round
(sports) a division during which one team is on the offensive
cycle
rhythm
round
an interval during which a recurring sequence of events occurs, the never-ending cycle of the seasons
bring to
bring back
bring round
bring around
return to consciousness, These pictures bring back sad memories
round
flesh out
fill out
become round, plump, or shapely, The young woman is fleshing out
round
round out round off
make round, round the edges
round off
round down
round out round
express as a round number, round off the amount
round out
fill out
make bigger or better or more complete
polish
round round off polish up
brush up
bring to a highly developed, finished, or refined state, polish your social manners
round out finish out fill out, These studies round out the results of many years of research
come round
come around
change one's position or opinion, He came around to our point of view
bring round
bring around
cause to adopt an opinion or course of action, His urgent letter finally brought me around to give money to the school
attack
round b assail
lash out b snipe b assault
attack in speech or writing, The editors of the left-leaning paper attacked the new House Speaker
round
labialize
labialise
pronounce with rounded lips
round up seek out and bring together, round up some loyal followers
round wind around, move along a circular course, round the bend
tack
wear round
turn into the wind, The sailors decided to tack the boat, The boat tacked
revolve around
circle around
circle round
move around in a circular motion, The Earth revolves around the Sun
invite
ask over
ask round
invite someone to one's house, Can I invite you for dinner on Sunday night?
survive pull through
pull round
come through
make it
continue in existence after (an adversity, etc.), He survived the cancer against all odds
compulsive
determined
driven
strongly motivated to succeed
automated
machine-controlled
machine-driven
operated by automation, an automated stoker
moon-faced
round-faced
having a round face
all-around(a)
all-round(a)
well-rounded
many-sided, an all-around athlete, a well-rounded curriculum
around-the-clock
day-and-night
nonstop
round-the-clock
at all times, around-the-clock nursing care
round (mathematics) expressed to the nearest integer, ten, hundred, or thousand, in round numbers
saucer-eyed
round-eyed
having large round wide-open eyes
round-fruited bearing round fruit
hunched
round-backed
round-shouldered
stooped
stooping
crooked
having the back and shoulders rounded, not erect, a little oldish misshapen stooping woman
orotund
rotund
round
pear-shaped
(of sounds) full and rich, orotund tones, the rotund and reverberating phrase, pear-shaped vowels
year-round
year-around
operating or continuing throughout the year, a year-round resort, a year-round job
driven
impelled
urged or forced to action through moral pressure, felt impelled to take a stand against the issue
power-driven powered by a motor, a power-driven hand tool
round
circular
having a circular shape
moonlike
moon-round
resembling the moon in shape
s balmy
barmy
bats
batty
bonkers
buggy
cracked
crackers
daft
dotty
fruity
haywire
kooky
kookie
loco
loony
loopy
nuts
nutty
round the bend
around the bend
wacky
whacky d
informal or slang terms for mentally irregular, it used to drive my husband balmy
childlike
wide-eyed
round-eyed
dewy-eyed
simple
exhibiting childlike simplicity and credulity, childlike trust, dewy-eyed innocence, listened in round-eyed wonder
round-bottomed
round-bottom
having a rounded bottom, round-bottom flasks
round-arm with the arm swung round at shoulder height, round-arm bowling
driven
goaded
compelled forcibly by an outside agency, mobs goaded by blind hatred
round
around
from beginning to end, throughout, It rains all year round on Skye, frigid weather the year around
around the clock
for hours
round the clock
without stopping, she worked around the clock
round-arm with an outward or horizontal swing of the arm, he hit the ball round-arm

 

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