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CTP : Common Transport Policy Englisch Deutsch Übersetzung

GVP : Gemeinsame Verkehrspolitik
CTP : Common Transport Policy
Verkehrspolitik {f}
Gemeinsame Verkehrspolitik GVP
transport policy
Common Transport Policy CTP
GVP : Gemeinsame Verkehrspolitik
CTP : Common Transport Policy
Verkehrspolitik {f}
Gemeinsame Verkehrspolitik GVP
transport policy
Common Transport Policy CTP
Politik {f}; politische Linie {f} (konkrete politische Maßnahmen) [pol.]
Klimapolitik {f}
Politik der Abschreckung
eine schlechte Politik
flexible Politik {f}
antizyklische Politik {f}
Politik der kleinen Schritte
eine Politik aufgeben
policy
climate policy
policy of deterrence
a poor policy
flexible policy
anticyclical policy
gradualistic policy; step-by-step policy
to abandon a policy
Politik {f}
eine schlechte Politik
flexible Politik {f}
antizyklische Politik {f}
Politik der kleinen Schritte
Politik der verbrannten Erde [mil.]
policy
a poor policy
flexible policy
anticyclical policy
gradualistic policy, step-by-step policy
scorched earth policy
Verteidigungspolitik {f}
gemeinsame Verteidigungspolitik
defence policy, defense policy [Am.]
common defence policy
Verteidigungspolitik {f}
gemeinsame Verteidigungspolitik
defence policy; defense policy [Am.]
common defence policy
Verkehrspolitik {f}
transport policy
Agrarpolitik {f}
Gemeinsame Agrarpolitik GAP
agricultural policy
Common Agricultural Policy CAP
Außenpolitik {f}; Auslandspolitik {f} [pol.]
Gemeinsame Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik
foreign policy
common foreign and security policy
Außenpolitik {f} [pol.]
Gemeinsame Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik
foreign policy
common foreign and security policy
Fischereipolitik {f} [pol.]
gemeinsame Fischereipolitik
fisheries policy
common fisheries policy CFP
Fischereipolitik {f} [pol.]
gemeinsame Fischereipolitik,
fisheries policy
common fisheries policy (CFP)
GAP : Gemeinsame Agrarpolitik
CAP : Common Agricultural Policy
Transportflugzeug {n} [aviat.]
Transportflugzeuge {pl}
transport aircraft, transport plane, transport [coll.]
transport aircraft, transport planes, transports
Transportflugzeug {n} [aviat.]
Transportflugzeuge {pl}
transport aircraft; transport plane; transport [coll.]
transport aircraft; transport planes; transports
Transport {m} [geol.]
fluviatiler Transport
sprungweiser Transport
tektonischer Transport
transport(ation)
fluviatile transport; potamic transport
saltation
tectonic transport; tectonic flow
Verkehrsverbindung {f} (durch Verkehrsmittel)
Verkehrsverbindungen {pl}
(public transport) connection; transport link
connections; transport links
verbreitet; häufig (vorzufinden); gebräuchlich [ling.] {adj}
Verbreitung finden
ein bevorzugtes Durchzugsland für Rauschgiftschmuggler
Fettleibigkeit ist in Großbritannien viel weiter verbreitet als den meisten bewusst ist.
Der Ausdruck "inmitten" ist in der Standardsprache weniger gebräuchlich als "mitten unter".
widespread; common
to become widespread
a common transit country for drug smugglers
Obesity is much more common in Great Britain than most people realise.
The term "amongst" is less common in standard speech than "among".
Huckepackverkehr {m}; rollende Landstraße {f} (Bahn) [transp.]
combined transport of goods; (rail) piggyback service; piggyback traffic; piggybacking; piggyback transport [Am.]; trailer-on-flat-car transport [Am.] TOFC (railways)
gemeinsame Grundlage Basis Position {f}; gemeinsamer Nenner (für etw.)
einen gemeinsamen Nenner finden
eine gemeinsame Basis finden (mit jdm.)
Es ist Gemeingut dass ... [geh.]
Jäger und Umweltschützer haben in ihrer Ablehnung des neuen Gesetzes zu einer gemeinsamen Position gefunden.
common ground (on which to base sth.)
to find some common ground
to find common ground (with sb.)
It is common ground that ...
Hunters and environmentalists found common ground in their opposition to the new law.
geläufig; allgemein bekannt {adj}
geläufiger
am geläufigsten
Es ist allgemein bekannt dass ...
familiar; common
more common
most common
It is common knowledge that ...; It's a well-known fact that ....
häufig, weit verbreitet, gewöhnlich, gebräuchlich, üblich, normal {adj}
häufiger, gewöhnlicher, gebräuchlicher
am häufigsten, am gewöhnlichsten, am gebräuchlichsten
Es ist übliche Praxis.
common
more common, commoner
most common, commonest
It's common practice.
gewöhnlich; gebräuchlich; üblich; normal {adj}
gewöhnlicher; gebräuchlicher
am gewöhnlichsten; am gebräuchlichsten
Es ist übliche Praxis.
common
more common; commoner
most common; commonest
It's common practice.
Grundsatz {m}; Richtlinie {f}; Leitlinie {f} [adm.]
Grundsätze {pl}; Richtlinien {pl}; Leitlinien {pl}
Grundsatzangelegenheiten {pl}
allgemeine Leitsätze
Bei uns gilt der Grundsatz die Regel dass die Kinder beim Schlafengehen ihre Handys abgeben müssen.
policy
policies
policy matters
general policies
We have a policy of requiring children to hand in their mobile phones at bedtime.
Verkehr {m} [transp.]
kombinierter Verkehr; intermodaler Verkehr; verkehrsträgerübergreifender Transport; Zusammenwirken verschiedener Verkehrsträger
multimodaler Verkehr
transport
intermodal transport
multimodal transport
Unternehmenspolitik {f} [econ.]
Unternehmenspolitik {f}
Unternehmenspolitik {f}
corporate policy
company policy
business policy
Verwandte {m f}; Verwandter; Anverwandte {m f}; Anverwandter
Verwandten {pl}; Anverwandten {pl}
verwandt mit mir
entfernter Verwandter
Verwandte väterlicherseits
das Stiefkind der Verkehrspolitik etc. sein
relative; relation
relations
a relation of mine
remote relative
patrikin; agnate
to be the poor relation of transport policy etc.
Taumel {m}; Überschwang {m} (eines Gefühls) [psych.]
Wuttaumel {m}
in einem Freudentaumel in Verzückung sein
jdn. in Entzücken Verzückung versetzen
frenzy; transport (of an emotion)
frenzy transport of rage
to be in a frenzy transport of delight joy
to send sb. into frenzies transports of delight
gemeinsam; gemeinschaftlich; zusammen {adj}; Gemein...
vieles gemeinsam haben
nichts gemeinsam haben
Sie haben ein gemeinsames Kind.; Sie haben ein Kind miteinander.
common
to have a lot in common
to have nothing in common
They have a common child.
Sprachgebrauch {m}; Jargon {m} [ling.]
im modernen allgemeinen juristischen Sprachgebrauch
im Kletterjargon im Werbejargon
Rhinoplastik oder 'Nasenkorrektur' wie es im Volksmund heißt
ein veralteter Ausdruck der einmal allgemeiner Sprachgebrauch war
Im Sprachgebrauch In der Sprache der Gastronomie bedeutet 'Mayfair Italian' oft übertrieben raffiniertes teures Essen.
Eine Leibesvisitation ist das was man landläufig 'Filzen' nennt.
Der Ausdruck ist mittlerweile in den allgemeinen Sprachgebrauch übergegangen.
'Lichtsignalanlage' im Sinne von 'Ampel' ist in der Alltagssprache nicht gebräuchlich.
parlance
in modern general legal parlance
in climbing advertising parlance
rhinoplasty or 'nose job' as it is known expressed in common parlance
a dated term which was once in common parlance use
In restaurant parlance 'Mayfair Italian' often means overwrought expensive food.
A body search is what is known in common parlance as 'frisk'.
The term is now in common parlance.
'Optical signalling system' meaning 'traffic lights' is not used in everyday parlance.
Frachtdrehkreuz {n} [transp.]
Frachtdrehkreuze {pl}
transport hub (for freight)
transport hubs
Postbeförderung {f}
Postbeförderung per Bahn
Postbeförderung auf der Straße
mail transport; carriage of mail
mail transport by railway [Br.] railroad [Br.]
mail transport by road
Gemeine Delfine; Gewöhnliche Delfine {pl} (Delphinus) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Kurzschnäuziger Gemeiner Delfin (Delphinus delphis)
Langschnäuziger Gemeiner Delfin (Delphinus capensis)
common dolphins (zoological genus)
short-beaked common dolphin
long-beaked common dolphin
Außenwirtschaftspolitik {f} [pol.]
external economic policy; foreign trade and payments policy
Transportarbeiter {m}
Transportarbeiter {pl}
transport worker
transport workers
Transportsystem {n}
Transportsysteme {pl}
transport system
transport systems
Transportbehälter {m} [transp.]
Transportbehälter {pl}
transport container
transport containers
Verkehrsminister {m}; Verkehrsministerin {f}
Verkehrsminister {pl}; Verkehrsministerinnen {pl}
minister of transport
ministers of transport
Verkehrsministerium {n} [pol.]
Verkehrsministerien {pl}
ministry of transport
ministries of transport
Verkehrsministerium {n}
Verkehrsministerien {pl}
ministry of transport
ministries of transport
Verkehrsminister {m}, Verkehrsministerin {f}
Verkehrsminister {pl}, Verkehrsministerinnen {pl}
minister of transport
ministers of transport
Transportmodell {n}
Transportmodelle {pl}
transport model
transport models
Transportfahrzeug {n}
Transportfahrzeuge {pl}
transport vehicle
transport vehicles
Transportschiff {n}
Transportschiffe {pl}
transport ship
transport ships
Transportöse {f}
Transportösen {pl}
transport lug
transport lugs
Transporterleichterung {f}
Transporterleichterungen {pl}
facilitation of transport
facilitations of transport
Beförderung {f}; Transport {m} (von etw.) [transp.]
die Beförderung auf der Straße
innerwerklicher Transport
Anforderungen des modernen Transports
conveyance; haulage; transport [Br.]; transportation [Am.] (of sth.)
road conveyance; road haulage; road transport transportation; trucking [Am.]; truckage [Am.]
in-plant transportation
requirements of modern transport
Stabilisierungspolitik {f}; Stabilitätspolitik {f}
stabilization policy [eAm.]; stabilisation policy [Br.]
Arbeitsmarktpolitik {f}
aktive Arbeitsmarktpolitik
labour market policy
active employment policy
Entspannungspolitik {f} [pol.]
policy of detente; policy of détente
Pfau {m} [ornith.]
Pfauen {pl}
junger Pfau
peacock, Common Peafowl
peacocks, Common Peafowls
peachick
allgemein {adj}
Es herrscht Einigkeit dass das ein großer Schritt nach vorn war.
common
It was by common consent a big step forward.
Futterwicke {f}; Saatwicke {f} [bot.]
Futterwicken {pl}; Saatwicken {pl}
common vetch; tare
common vetches; tares
Allmendegut {n}; Quasikollektivgut {n}
common-pool resource CPR ; common good
Transportdokument {n}; Versanddokument {n}
Transportdokumente {pl}; Versanddokumente {pl}; Transportpapiere {pl}
alle Transportpapiere
document of transport
documents of transport
any document of transport
Gemeiner Delfin {m}, Gewöhnlicher Delfin {m}, Unterarten: Kurzschnauzen Gemeiner Delfin {m}, Langschnauzen Gemeiner Delfin {m} [zool.]
common dolphin, saddleback dolphin, criss-cross dolphin, hourglass dolphin, cape dolphin, white-bellied porpoise, subspecies: short-beaked common dolphin, long-beaked common dolphin (Delphinus delphis, Delphinus capensis)
Nenner {m} [math.]
kleinster gemeinsamer Nenner
auf einen gemeinsamen Nenner bringen
denominator
least (lowest) common denominator
to bring down to a common denominator, to reduce sth. to a common denominator
Nenner {m} [math.]
kleinster gemeinsamer Nenner
auf einen gemeinsamen Nenner bringen
denominator
least (lowest) common denominator
to bring down to a common denominator; to reduce sth. to a common denominator
Heuschrecke {f}; Heupferd {n}; Grashüpfer {m}; Heuschreck {m} [Ös.]; Heuhüpfer {m} [Ös.]; Heugumper {m} [Schw.] (solitär lebende Heuschrecke) [zool.]
Heuschrecken {pl}; Heupferde {pl}; Grashüpfer {pl}; Heuschrecken {pl}; Heuhüpfer {pl}; Heugumper {pl}
grünes Heupferd; großes Heupferd (Tettigonia viridissima)
gemeiner Grashüpfer (Chorthippus parallelus)
gefleckte Keulenschrecke (Myrmeleotettix maculatus) {f}
rote Keulenschrecke (Gomphocerippus rufus) {f}
sibirische Keulenschrecke (Aeropus sibiricus) {f}
Steppengrashüpfer (Chorthippus vagans)
brauner Grashüpfer (Chorthippus brunneus)
grasshopperbunter Grashüpfer (Omocestus viridulus)
bunter Grashüpfer (Omocestus viridulus)
buntbäuchiger Grashüpfer (Omocestus rufipes)
grasshopper; hopper (solitary grasshopper)
grasshoppers; hoppers
great green bush-cricket
meadow grasshopper
mottled grasshopper
rufous grasshopper
Siberian grasshopper
heath grasshopper
common field
common green grasshopper
common green grasshopper
woodland grasshopper
Verkehrsträger {m}
Verkehrsträger {pl}
common carrier
common carriers; modes
Anger {m}; Gemeindeland {n}; Dorfwiese {f}; Gemeindewiese {f}
common; common land; village green
Aufenthaltsraum {m}; Gemeinschaftsraum {m} [school] [stud.]
Aufenthaltsräume {pl}; Gemeinschaftsräume {pl}
common room [Br.]
common rooms
Anger {m}, Gemeindeland {n}, Dorfwiese {f}, Gemeindewiese {f}
common, common land, village green
transportieren, befördern {vt}
transportierend, befördernd
transportiert, befördert
transportiert, befördert
transportierte, beförderte
Waren transportieren
to transport
transporting
transported
transports
transported
to transport goods
transportieren; befördern {vt}
transportierend; befördernd
transportiert; befördert
transportiert; befördert
transportierte; beförderte
Waren transportieren
to transport
transporting
transported
transports
transported
to transport goods
Sicherheitspolitik {f}
safety policy, security policy
Abschreibepolice {f}; offene Police {f}
declaration policy; floating policy
Geschäftspolitik {f}
business policy, trading policy
Innenpolitik {f} [pol.]
domestic policy; home policy
Versicherte {m f}; Versicherungsnehmer {m}; Versicherungsnehmerin {f}
Versicherten {pl}; Versicherungsnehmer {pl}; Versicherungsnehmerinnen {pl}
policy holder
policy holders
Wettbewerbspolitik {f}
competition policy; competitive policy
Innenpolitik {f} [pol.]
domestic policy, home policy
Sparpolitik {f}; Austeritätspolitik {f} [pol.]
policy of retrenchment; austerity policy
Geschäftspolitik {f}
business policy; trading policy
Wettbewerbspolitik {f}
competition policy, competitive policy
Sicherheitspolitik {f} [pol.]
safety policy; security policy
Vertriebspolitik {f}, Marketingstrategie {f}
sales policy, marketing policy
Vertriebspolitik {f}; Marketingstrategie {f}
sales policy; marketing policy
etw. einleiten {vt} (System Politik Ära)
einleitend
eingeleitet
eine neue Politik einleiten
to inaugurate sth. (system policy period)
inaugurating
inaugurated
to inaugurate a new policy
außenpolitisch {adj} [pol.]
ein außenpolitischer Erfolg
außenpolitischer Sprecher
foreign policy
a success in foreign policy
foreign policy spokesman
Gemeingut {n}; Allgemeingut {n}
Gemeingüter {pl}; Allgemeingüter {pl}
common property
common properties
Gemeinschaftsraum {m}; Aufenthaltsraum {m}
Gemeinschaftsräume {pl}; Aufenthaltsräume {pl}
common room [Am.]
common rooms
Gemeinschaftsschule {f} [school]
Gemeinschaftsschulen {pl}
common school
common schools
Gartenbohne {f} [bot.]
Gartenbohnen {pl}
common bean
common beans
Aufenthaltsraum {m}, Tagesraum {m}
Aufenthaltsräume {pl}, Tagesräume {pl}
common room
common rooms
Gemeingut {n}
Gemeingüter {pl}
common property
common properties
Gewöhnliche Meerbrasse {f} [zool.]
Gewöhnliche Meerbrassen {pl}
common seabream
common seabreams
Seezunge {f} [zool.]
Seezungen {pl}
Common sole
Common soles
Gattungsbegriff {m}
Gattungsbegriffe {pl}
common noun
common nouns
Netzbetreiber {m}
Netzbetreiber {pl}
common carrier
common carriers
Transportunternehmer {m}
Transportunternehmer {pl}
common carrier
common carriers
geläufig, allgemein bekannt {adj}
geläufiger
am geläufigsten
familiar, common
more common
most common
gemeinsam, gemeinschaftlich, zusammen {adj}, Gemein...
vieles gemeinsam haben
nichts gemeinsam haben
common
to have a lot in common
to have a nothing in common
Sprecher {m}; Sprecherin {f}
Sprecher {pl}; Sprecherinnen {pl}
haushaltspolitischer Sprecher
wirtschaftspolitischer Sprecher
spokesperson; spokesman; spokeswoman
spokespersons; spokesmen; spokeswomen
spokesman on budget policy
economic policy spokesman
Verkehrsverbund {m}
Verkehrsverbünde {pl}
linked transport system
linked transport systems
Massenbeförderungsmittel {n} [transp.]
Massenbeförderungsmittel {pl}
bulk transport facility
bulk transport facilities
Pfau {m} [ornith.]
Pfauen {pl}
junger Pfau
peacock; Common Peafowl
peacocks; Common Peafowls
peachick; young peacock
Verkehrsmittel {n} [transp.]
öffentliche Verkehrsmittel; Öffis {pl} [ugs.]; öffentlicher Personennahverkehr {m} (ÖPNV) [adm.]; Kollektivverkehr {m} [adm.]
öffentliches Verkehrsmittel; Öffi [ugs.]
Massenverkehrsmittel {n}
(means of) transportation; vehicle
public transport [Br.]; public transportation [Am.]; public transit [Am.]
public conveyance
means of mass transport [Br.] transportation [Am.]; mass transport transportation system
Geschiebeführung {f} [geol.]
bed-load discharge; bed-load transport; transport of detritus (of a river)
Autohof {m} [Dt.] [auto]
Autohöfe {pl}
transport café [Br.]; travel center [Am.]; truck-stop [Am.]
transport cafés; travel centers; truck-stops
sittenwidrig; gegen die guten Sitten verstoßend {adj} [jur.]
sittenwidrig sein; gegen die guten Sitten verstoßen
sittenwidriges Rechtsgeschäft
sittenwidriger Vertrag
sittenwidrige Wettbewerbshandlungen
contrary to public policy; immoral
to be contrary to public policy bonos mores honest practices
legal transaction contrary to public policy bonos mores
unconscionable contract
acts of competition contrary to honest practices
Kalebassenbäume {pl}; Kalebassen Kalabassen {pl} (Crescentia) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
gemeiner gewöhnlicher Kalebassenbaum; gemeine gewöhnliche Kalebasse Kalabasse (Crescentia cujete)
calabash trees; calabashs kalebas; huingos (botanical genus)
common calabash tree; common calabash
Lebensgefährte {m}; Lebensgefährtin {f}; Lebenspartner {m}; Lebenspartnerin {f} [soc.]
Lebensgefährten {pl}; Lebensgefährtinnen {pl}; Lebenspartner {pl}; Lebenspartnerinnen {pl}
common-law husband wife; cohabitant; companion partner in for through life
common-law husbands wives; cohabitants; companions partners in for through life
Verkehrsnetz {n} [transp.]
Verkehrsnetze {pl}
überregionales Verkehrsnetz
traffic network; transport network
traffic networks; transport networks
interregional transport network
Kurswechsel {m} [pol.]
Kurswechsel {pl}
change of policy
changes of policy
Primeln {pl}; Schlüsselblumen {pl} (Primula) (botanische Gattung)
Gartenprimeln {pl} (Kulturvarietäten)
Echte Schlüsselblume {f}; Wiesenschlüsselblume {f}; Wiesenprimel {n}; Himmelschlüssel {pl}; Frühlingsschlüsselblume {f} [Schw.] (Primula veris)
Stängellose Schlüsselblume {f}; Schaftlose Schlüsselblume {f}; Erdprimel {n} (Primula vulgaris)
primroses (botanical genus)
polyanthrus (cultivated varieties)
common cowslip; cowslip
common primrose; English primrose
Beleihen {n}; Beleihung {f}; Belehnen {n}; Belehnung {f} [Ös.] [Schw.] (von etw.) [fin.]
Beleihung von jds. Vermögen
Beleihung des Warenlagers
Beleihung von Versicherungspolicen
Beleihung einer Versicherung Lebensversicherung; Policendarlehen {n}
lending money; granting a loan (on sth.) against collateral security
lending on sb.'s property
inventory loan
loans and advances on insurance policies
loan on policy; policy loan
Lebensversicherung {f}
Lebensversicherung auf den Erlebensfall
Lebensversicherung auf den Todesfall
gemischte abgekürzte Lebensversicherung (auf Todes- und Erlebensfall)
vollständig einbezahlte Lebensversicherung
fondsgebundene Lebensversicherung
verbundene Lebensversicherung
Lebensversicherung mit fixem Auszahlungszeitpunkt
Lebensversicherung mit Gewinnbeteiligung
Lebensversicherung ohne Gewinnbeteiligung
Lebensversicherung mit steigenden oder fallenden Prämien während der Laufzeit
eine Lebensversicherung abschließen
Lebens- und Krankenversicherung
life insurance; life assurance [Br.]
endowment insurance
whole life insurance; ordinary straight life insurance [Am.]
combined life and endowment insurance
paid-up life insurance
fund-linked insurance
joint lives insurance; joint life policy
term insurance
life insurance with profits; participating life policy
lift insurance without profits
step-rate premium insurance
to take out a life insurance policy
life and health insurance; L&H insurance
der rote Faden [übtr.]
sich wie ein roter Faden durch etw. ziehen
the common thread; the continuous thread [fig.]
to run through sth. (like a consistent common thread)
entwicklungspolitisch {adj} [oft mit Substantiv übersetzt]
in terms of development policy; related to development policy
Geldmengenpolitik {f}
money stock policy; policy of money supply
Geldmengenpolitik {f}
money stock policy, policy of money supply
Zeitrechnung {f}
nach christlicher Zeitrechnung
nach jüdischer Zeitrechnung
unserer Zeitrechnung u.Z. ; nach Christus n.Chr.
vor unserer Zeitrechnung v.u.Z. ; vor Christus v.Chr.
calendar
according to the Christian calendar
according to the Jewish calendar
Common Era CE ; anno domini AD; A.D.
before Common Era BCE ; before Christ BC; B.C.
Allmende {f}, Allmeind {f}
common land, common
Alltagsname {m}; volkstümlicher Name {m}; allgemeine Bezeichnung {m} [ling.]
Alltagsnamen {pl}; volkstümliche Namen {pl}; allgemeine Bezeichnungen {pl}
common name
common names
Allmende {f}; Allmeind {f}
common land; common
Bahntransport {m}; Eisenbahntransport {m}
verpackt für Eisenbahntransport
rail transport
packed for rail transport
Transportversicherung {f}
eine Transportversicherung beschaffen
cargo insurance; transport insurance
to procure a transport insurance
Kellerassel {f} [zool.]
Kellerasseln {pl}
common woodlouse; common rough woodlouse
common woodlice; common rough woodlice
Teiler {m} [math.]
gemeinsamer Teiler
größter gemeinsamer Teiler (ggT) [math.]
niederwertiger Teiler
factor
common factor
greatest common divisor (GCD)
divisor latch low
Teiler {m} [math.]
gemeinsamer Teiler
größter gemeinsamer Teiler (ggT) [math.]
niederwertiger Teiler
factor
common factor
greatest common divisor GCD
divisor latch low
Napfschnecken {pl} (Patellidae) (zoologische Familie) [zool.]
Gemeine Napfschnecke (Patella vulgata)
true limpets; limpets (zoological family)
common limpet; common European limpet
gemeinsame Basis {f}
eine gemeinsame Basis finden (mit jdm.)
common ground
to find common ground (with sb.)
Finanzraum {m}
Finanzräume {pl}
financial common market
financial common markets
Dampfsammelschiene {f} [mach.]
common steam mains, common steam range
Dampfsammelschiene {f} [mach.]
common steam mains; common steam range
Fuchsschwänze {pl}; Amarante {pl} (Amaranthus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
aufsteigender Fuchsschwanz (Amaranthus blitum)
zurückgekrümmter Fuchsschwanz (Amaranthus retroflexus)
Gartenfuchsschwanz; Kiwicha (Amaranthus caudatus)
amaranths (botanical genus)
purple amaranth
common amaranth; common tumbleweed; red-root amaranth redrooted pigweed
pendant amaranth; foxtail amaranth; love-lies-bleeding tassel flower velvet flower; quilete
Irrtum {m}; Trugschluss {m}
ein weitverbreiteter Irrtum
doppelter Trugschluss
die Vermenschlichung der Natur [lit.]
Es ist ein weitverbreiteter Irrtum dass kastrierte Hunde dick werden.
fallacy
a popular fallacy; a common fallacy
double fallacy
the pathetic fallacy
It is a common fallacy that a neutered dog will become fat.
Zusammengehörigkeitsgefühl {n}; Gemeinschaftsgefühl {n} [soc.]
feeling sense of togetherness kinship a common bond (group family); communal spirit; feeling sense of solidarity; common identity; shared identity (society politics); team spirit (work sports)
außenwirtschaftspolitisch {adv}
aus außenwirtschaftspolitischen Gründen
in the area of external economic policy
on external economic policy grounds
Dividendenpolitik {f} [fin.]
dividend policy; dividend payout policy
Gesundheitspolitik {f}
health policy, health care policy
Versicherungspolice {f}; Versicherungsschein {m}
Versicherungspolicen {pl}
insurance policy; policy
insurance policies
Dividendenpolitik {f} [fin.]
dividend policy, dividend payout policy
Wirtschaftspolitik {f}
Wirtschafts- und Währungspolitik
economic policy
economic and monetary policy
Versicherungspolice {f}, Versicherungsschein {m}
Versicherungspolicen {pl}
insurance policy, policy
insurance policies
Standortpolitik {f} [pol.]
location policy; industrial location policy
Währungspolitik {f}, Geldpolitik {f}
interne Geldpolitik
monetary policy
domestic monetary policy
Währungspolitik {f}; Geldpolitik {f}
interne Geldpolitik
monetary policy
domestic monetary policy
Gesundheitspolitik {f}
health policy; health care policy
Finnwal {m}; Finner {m}; Gemeiner Furchenwal {m} (Balaenoptera physalus) [zool.]
Finnwale {pl}; Finner {pl}; Gemeine Furchenwale {pl}
fin whale; finner; fin; finfish; finback; razorback; common rorqual; herring whale
fin whales; finners; fins; finfishs; finbacks; razorbacks; common rorquals; herring whales
Transporthubschrauber {m}
Transporthubschrauber {pl}
schwerer Transporthubschrauber
cargo helicopter; transport helicopter
cargo helicopters; transport helicopters
heavy-lift helicopter
Güterverkehr {m}; Frachtverkehr {m} [transp.]
Güterverkehr {m} per Eisenbahn
zwischenstädtischer Güterverkehr
grenzüberschreitender Güterverkehr
den Güterverkehr von der Straße auf die Schiene verlagern
transport of goods; goods traffic [Br.]; freight traffic [Am.]; freight movement [Am.]
transport by rail; freight transportation [Am.]
domestic intercity freight traffic
international road haulage
to shift freight traffic from road to rail
Hafer {m} (Avena) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Echter Hafer; Saathafer {m} (Avena sativa) [agr.]
Flughafer {m}; Windhafer {m} (Avena fatua)
Nackthafer {m} (Avena nuda)
Tauber Hafer (Avena sterilis)
Sandhafer {m}; Rauhafer {m} (Avena strigosa)
oats (botanical genus)
common oat
common wild oat
naked oat; hulless oat
sterile oat; wild red oat; winter wild oat; animated oat
bristle oat; lopsided oat
gesunder Menschenverstand {m}; Verstand {m}; Hausverstand {m} [Ös.]
mit gesundem Menschenverstand
keinen Funken Verstand haben
seinen gesunden Menschenverstand benutzen
Ihm fehlt der gesunde Menschenverstand.
Sie war zumindest so gescheit die Polizei anzurufen.
common sense; horse sense; gumption; sanity and reason
commonsense; commonsensical
to have no more gumption than a grasshopper
to use common sense
He needs a little horse sense.
At least she had the gumption to phone the police.
Transportrisiko {n}
Transportrisiken {pl}
transportation risk; risk of transport; peril of transportation
transportation risks; risks of transport; perils of transportation
mit etw. (einem Fortbewegungsmittel) fahren; in etw. (einem Fortbewegungsmittel) mitfahren {vi}
fahrend; mitfahrend
gefahren; mitgefahren
mit dem Fahrrad fahren
mit dem Auto fahren
mit dem Lift Bus fahren
Ich beschloss zu Fuß zu gehen statt mit der Straßenbahn zu fahren.
Er stieg auf sein Fahrrad und fuhr weg.
Sie fährt mit der U-Bahn von der Schule nach Hause.
Wir fuhren mit der Rolltreppe in den zweiten Stock.
Der Vater saß am Steuer und wir Kinder fuhren hinten mit.
to ride on sth. (a means of transport); to ride sth. (a means of transport) [Am.]
riding
ridden
to ride the bicycle
to ride in the car; to use the car
to use the lift bus [Br.]; to ride the elevator bus [Am.]
I decided to walk instead of using riding [Am.] the tram.
He got on his bicycle and rode away.
She rides the subway home from school. [Am.]
We rode the escalator to the second floor. [Am.]
Dad drove the car and we kids rode in the back. [Am.]
Weiden {pl} (Salix) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Bruchweide {f}; Knackweide {f} (Salix fragilis)
Echte Trauerweide {f} (Salix babylonica)
Grauweide {f} (Salix cinera)
Korbweide {f}; Hanfweide {f} (Salix viminalis)
Salweide {f} (Salix caprea)
Silber-Weide {f} (Salix alba)
willows sallows and osiers (botanical genus)
crack willow; brittle willow
weeping willow
grey willow; common sallow; grey sallow
common osier; osier
goat willow; pussy willow; great sallow
white willow
transportieren
transport
transportieren
to transport
unterwegs
during transport
Transport
transport
Transport; Verkehrsmittel
transport
Beförderungsmittel {n}
transport
Transport, Verkehr, Verkehrswirtschaft
transport
transportieren, Transport
transport
Ladung {f}, Fracht {f}
transport [Am.]
Ladung {f}; Fracht {f}
transport [Am.]
Transportschaden {m}
Transportschäden {pl}
transport damage; damage during shipment; damage in transit
transport damages; damages in transit
Transportzeit {f}
transport time
Transportarbeitern
transport workers
Transportarbeiter
transport worker
heranbringen
transport to the spot
Transportwesen {n}
transport facilities
Verkehrsminister
minister of transport
Transportschiffe
transport ships
Transportschiff
transport ship
Transportflugzeug
transport plane
das Transportwesen
transport facilities
Transporteinrichtung {f}
transport equipment
Bodentransport {m}
ground transport
Waren transportieren
to transport goods
Transport {m}, Beförderung {f}
Transporte {pl}, Beförderungen
transport
transports
Feststofftransport {m}
sediment transport
Güterverkehr {m} per Eisenbahn
transport by rail
Kombi-Transport {m}
combined transport
Belegtransport {m}
document transport
Warentransport {m}; Fuhrverkehr {m} [hist.]
transport of goods; goods transport
Computertransport {m}
computer transport
Betontransport {m}
concrete transport
Werkverkehr {m}
internal transport
Coiltransport {m}
coil transport
Transportflugzeuge
transport planes
Güterkraftverkehr {m}
road transport
Transportkosten sind gestiegen
transport costs have gone up
Geldtransport {m}
transport of money
Filmtransport {m} [photo.]
film transport
öffentliche(s) Verkehrsmittel
public transport
Sedimenttransport {m}
sediment transport
Verkehrsnetz
transport network
Gefangenentransport {m}
prisoner transport
den Transport von ... durchführen
to effect the transport of
Containertransport {m}
container transport
Verkehrsminister {m}; Verkehrsministerin {f} [pol.]
transport secretary
Chemietransport {m}
chemical transport
Transportversicherung
transport insurance
Förderzeit
transport time
Transporteinrichtung
transport equipment
Transportbedingungen
terms of transport
Transportarbeiter
transport operator
Transport von Teilen
components transport
Transportmöglichkeiten {pl} [transp.]
transport facilities
seine eigenen Transportmittel benutzen
use his own means of transport
Seetransport
maritime transport
Transportfahrzeug
transport vehicle
beiholen (ARBEITSÖKONOMIE)
transport loaded
Transportzeit
transport time
Transportverzug
transport delay
Transportunternehmen
transport company
Transporttechnik
transport technology
Transportrisiko
risk of transport
Transportmittel
means of transport
Beförderungsart
mode of transport
Seetransport
marine transport
Transportgewerbe {n}; Verkehrsgewerbe {n}
transport industry
den Transport beschaffen
contract for the transport
Güterfernverkehr (US)
highway transport
Sauerstofftransport {m} [med.]
oxygen transport
Durchfrachttransportpapier
through document of transport
Litoraltransport {m}
litoral transport
Sandbewegung {f}; Sandtransport {m}
sand transport
Eisenbahntransport
rail transport
Geldtransport
cash transport
hinlangen (ARBEITSÖKONOMIE)
transport empty
oder andere Transportkosten
or other costs of transport
multimodaler Transport
multimodal transport
mit eigenen Beförderungsmitteln
by his own means of transport
das Transportpapier
the document of transport
kombinierter Transport
combined transport
Sedimenttransport {m}; Sedimentumlagerung {f} [geol.]
sediment transport
Überseetransport
ocean transport
Materialverdriftung {f}
transport of matter
alle Transportpapiere
any document of transport
Transportverzug {m}
transport delay
Transportvolumen {n}
transport capacity
Transporttechnik {f}
transport technology
Verkehrsgewerbe
transport industry
Transporterleichterung
facilitation of transport
Verzögerung des Transports
delay of transport
Warentransport
goods transport
Programmierschnittstelle {f} [comp.]
Programmierschnittstellen {pl}
Programmierschnittstelle {f} für ISDN-Karten
Programmierschnittstelle zwischen WWW-Server und Programmen
application programming interface API
application programming interfaces
common application programming interface CAPI
Common Gateway Interface CGI
öffentliche Verkehrsmittel
public means of transport
Verkehrsbetrieb {m}
transport services {pl}
Straßentransportabkommen {n}
road transport agreement
Verkehrsverbund {m}
linked transport system
Sandtransportmessung {f}
sand transport measurement
Transportgemeinkosten {pl}
indirect transport costs
verkehrsgünstig gelegen
conveniently placed as regards transport facilities
Anforderungen des modernen Transports
requirements of modern transport
Sauerstofftransportmodell {n} [med.]
oxygen transport model
die Umstellung im Seetransport
the revolution in maritime transport
Bollerwagen {m}
handcart, transport wagon
kombinierte Transportdokumente
combined transport documents
Seenothubschrauber {m}; SAR-Hubschrauber {m} RTH [aviat.]
rescue transport helicopter
das Versanddokument beschaffen
provide the transport document
das übliche Versanddokument
the usual transport document
Leitvermerk
indication of route of transport
ein reines Transportdokument
a clean transport document
multomodale Transportdokumente
multimodal transport documents
das sich auf den Transport der Ware bezieht
covering the transport of the goods
Kraftzug {m}
mechanical transport MT
Ferntransport {m}
long distance transport
bahnmäßig verpackt
packed for railway transport
Langstreckentransport {m}
long distance transport
verpackt für Eisenbahntransport
packed for rail transport
Automobilseetransporte [auto.] [mach.]
sea transport of automobiles
Transportversicherung beschaffen
procure transport insurance
das übliche Transportpapier
the customary document of transport
Beförderungskosten {pl}; Transportkosten {pl}
haulage; transport cost(s)
verpackt für Überseetransport
packed for sea transport
unabhängig von der Transportart
irrespective of the mode of transport
verkehrstechnisch {adv}
in terms of transport traffic
verkehrsgünstig gelegen sein [transp.]
to be conveniently placed for transport facilities
Transportgemeinkosten
indirect transport costs
Verbreiterung des kombinierten Transports
the extension of combined transport
Lufttransportversicherung
air transport insurance
Überschall-Frachtflugzeug {n} [aviat.]
supersonic transport SST
Erbe {n} (Hinterlassenschaft) [übtr.]
kulturelles Erbe; Kulturerbe {n}
Naturerbe {n}; Naturbesitz {m}
(gemeinsames) Erbe der Menschheit
heritage [fig.]
cultural heritage
natural heritage
(common) heritage of mankind; mankind's (common) heritage
Transportsicherung {f}
Transportsicherungen {pl}
transportation lock; transport lock
transportation locks; transport locks
Krankentransportwagen {m} KTW
patient transport ambulance PTA
Kraftwagentransport {m}
motorised transport [Br.] (MT)
Kampfzonentransporter {m} (Flugzeug) [mil.]
combat zone transport (aircraft)
Kampfzonentransporter (Flugzeug) {m} [mil.]
combat zone transport (aircraft)
erfahrbar sein {vi} [auto]
to be accessible by car or other means of transport
Personen zwangsweise an einen Ort transportieren; zwangsverschicken; deportieren {vt}
to (forcibly) transport persons in a place
Verkehrssystem {n} [transp.]
Verkehrsysteme {pl}
traffic system; transport system
traffic systems; transport systems
Krankentransportwagen {m} (KTW)
patient transport ambulance (PTA)
Kraftwagentransport {m}
motorised transport [Br.] MT
Transportsicherung {f}
Transportsicherungen {pl}
transportation lock, transport lock
transportation locks, transport locks
Fingerwurzen {pl}; Knabenkräuter {pl}; Kuckucksblumen {pl} (Dactylorhiza) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
breitblättrige Fingerwurz; breitblättriges Knabenkraut (Dactylorhiza majalis)
geflecktes Knabenkraut {n} (Dactylorhiza maculata)
übersehenes Knabenkraut {n} (Dactylorhiza praetermissa)
steifblättriges fleischfarbenes Knabenkraut {n} (Dactylorhiza incarnata)
Fuchs Fingerknabenkraut Knabenkraut {n} (Dactylorhiza fuchsii)
Traunsteiners Knabenkraut {n} (Dactylorhiza traunsteineri)
Holunder-Knabenkraut {n} (Dactylorhiza sambucina)
dactylorhiza (botanical genus)
common marsh orchid; fan orchid
moorland-spotted orchid:; heath-spotted orchid
leopard marsh orchid; Southern marsh orchid
early march orchid
common spotted-orchid
narrow-leaved marsh orchid; Traunstein's dactylorhiza
elder-flowered orchid
Degu {m}; Gewöhnlicher Degu [zool.]
Degus {pl}; Gewöhnliche Degus
degu; common degu; brush-tailed rat (Octodon degus)
degus; common degus; brush-tailed rats
etw. mit dem per LKW befördern transportieren {vt} [transp.]
to transport by lorry [Br.]; to truck sth. [Am.]
Kübelbahn {f} für Beton [constr.]
monorail overhead bucket transport system
Kanus bzw. deren Ladung über Land transportieren {vt} [naut.]
to portage canoes or their cargo (transport overland)
Internationaler Luftverkehrsverband
International Air Transport Association IATA
IATA : Internationaler Luftverkehrsverband
IATA : International Air Transport Association
Betonfahrzeug {n}
Betonfahrzeuge {pl}
concrete transport truck; cement truck
concrete transport trucks; cement trucks
Fingerarterie {f} [anat.]
Fingerarterien {pl}
gemeinsame palmare Fingerarterie
gemeinsame volare Fingerarterie
digital artery
digital arteries
common palmar digital artery
common volar digital artery
Nutzungsrecht {n}; Nießbrauchsrecht {n} [Dt.]; Nießbrauch {m} [Dt.]; Fruchtnießungsrecht {n} [Ös.]; Fruchtnießung {f} [Ös.]; Fruchtgenussrecht {n} [Ös.]; Fruchtgenuss {m} [Ös.] (an einer fremden Sache) [jur.]
lebenslanges Nutzungsrecht
Nutzungsrecht an unbeweglichem Vermögen
Nutzungsrecht an immateriellem Vermögen
Nutzungsrecht an einer Erbschaft
gemeinschaftliches Nutzungsrecht an Grundbesitz
mit einem Nutzungsrecht belastetes Vermögen
einen Nießbrauch bestellen
einen lebenslänglichen Nießbrauch an einem Nachlass bestellen
right of use; usufructuary right; usufruct (of another person's property)
tenancy for life; life tenancy
usufruct of immovable property
usufruct of intangible property
usufruct of a deceased's [Br.] decendent's [Am.] estate
right of common; common
property burdened encumbered with a usufruct
to create grant a usufruct
to create a usufruct life interest by will
Transportarbeitergewerkschaft
TGWU : Transport and General Workers' Union [Br.]
Transportarbeitergewerkschaft {f}
Transport and General Workers' Union [Br.] TGWU
Fass {n} zur Lagerung und zum Transport radioaktiven Materials; Castor-Behälter {m}; Castor {m} [techn.]
cask for storage and transport of radioactive material; castor
Portage {f}; Transport {m} (von Kanus bzw. deren Ladung) über Land (um ein anderes Gewässer zu erreichen oder ein Hindernis zu umgehen) [naut.]
portage; portaging (overland transport of canoes or their cargo)
Anstand
policy
Anstand, Taktik
policy
Anstand {m}, Taktik {f}
policy
Anstand {m}
policy
Police
policy
Vorgehensweise {f}; Vorgangsweise {f} [Ös.]; Praktik {f}; Taktik {f} [adm.]
policy
Police {f}, Polizze {f} [Ös.], Versicherungspolice {f}, Versicherungschein {m}
policy
Politik, Versicherungspolice
policy
Police {f}; Polizze {f} [Ös.]; Versicherungspolice {f}; Versicherungschein {m}
policy
Politik
policy
Regelwerk {n}
policy
Strategie {f}
policy
Handlungsweise {f}, Vorgehensweise {f}
policy
Von Zündsprengstoffen anderen Explosivstoffen fernhalten. (Sicherheitshinweis)
Store and transport separately from detonators other explosives. (safety note)
eine schlechte Politik
a poor policy
Mittelmeerpolitik {f} [pol.]
Mediterranean policy
Wohnungsbaupolitik {f}
housing policy
Medienpolitik {f}
media policy
Personalpolitik {f}
personnel policy
Qualitätspolitik {f}
quality policy
Pauschalpolice {f}
floating policy
Energiepolitik {f} [techn.]
energy policy
Nachtragspolice
additional policy
Marketingpolitik {f}
marketing policy
Lohnpolitik {f}
wages policy
Kapitallebensversicherung {f}
endowment policy
Neutralitätspolitik {f} [pol.]
policy of neutrality
Policennummer {f}; Nummer einer Versicherungspolice
policy number
richtungsweisend {adj}
policy-making
Zollpolitik {f}
customs policy
Neutralisierungspolitik {f}; Sterilisierungspolitik {f}
sterilization policy
Nachtragspolice {f}
additional policy
Strukturpolitik
adjustment policy
Agrarpolitik
agricultural policy
Ein-Kind-Politik {f} (Bevölkerungspolitik Chinas)
one-child policy
Forschungspolitik {f}
research policy
Forstpolitik {f}
forest policy
Umweltpolitik {f} [envir.]
environmental policy
Atompolitik {f} [pol.]
nuclear policy
Asylpolitik {f} [pol.]
asylum policy
Anlagepolitik {f}
investment policy
Vorstrafen {pl}
policy record
rigorose Ahndung von Regelverstößen (im öffentlichen Leben) [pol.]
zero tolerance policy
Handelspolitik {f}
commercial policy
Strukturpolitik {f} [pol.]
adjustment policy
Strategie {f}; strategische Vorgaben {pl} [adm.]
Strategien {pl}
policy
policies
Beschaffungspolitik {f}
procurement policy
Beschäftigungspolitik {f}
employment policy
Bevölkerungspolitik {f} [pol.]
population policy
Entwicklungspolitik {f} [pol.]
development policy
Diskontpolitik {f}
discount policy
Erfüllungspolitik {f}
policy of appeasement
Devisenpolitik {f}
exchange policy
Erwerbungspolitik {f}
acquisition policy
EU-Politik {f}
EU policy
Europapolitik {f} [pol.]
European policy
Bodenpolitik {f}
land policy
Bildungspolitik {f} [pol.] [school]
educational policy
Firmenpolitik {f}
corporate policy
Bilanzpolitik {f} [fin.]
accounting policy
Haushaltspolitik {f} [pol.]
budgetary policy
Steuerpolitik {f}; Fiskalpolitik {f}
fiscal policy
Erfuellungspolitik
policy of appeasement
Rüstungspolitik {f} [pol.]
arms policy
Revanchepolitik {f} [pol.]
revanchist policy
Versicherungspolice
insurance policy
Innenpolitik
home policy
Regionalpolitik {f} [pol.]
regional policy
Aussenpolitik
foreign policy
Steuerpolitik
fiscal policy
Wirtschaftspolitik
economic policy
Zollpolitik
customs policy
antizyklische Politik
anticyclical policy
Bevoelkerungspolitik
population policy
Preispolitik
price policy
Sozialpolitik
social policy
Sprachpolitik {f} [pol.]
language policy
Weltpolitik {f}
world policy
Weltpolitik
world policy
Industriepolitik {f}
industrial policy
Finanzpolitik {f} [pol.]
fiscal policy
Integrationspolitik {f} [pol.]
policy of integration; integration policy
Sparkurs {m} [pol.]
policy of cutbacks
Sozialpolitik {f}
social policy
Schaukelpolitik {f}
seesaw policy
Konvergenzpolitik {f} [pol.]
convergence policy
eine Politik verfolgen
to pursue a policy
Raumordnung {f}
regional policy
Versicherung kündigen
cancel a policy
Stabilisierungspolitik {f}
stabilization policy
Strukturpolitik
structural policy
Stabilitätspolitik
stabilization policy
Seeversicherungspolice
marine policy
Rückversicherungspolice
reinsurance policy
Steuerpolitik {f}, Fiskalpolitik {f}
fiscal policy
Reisepolice
voyage policy
Sparpolitik {f}
policy of retrenchment

Deutsche Synonyme für GVP : Gemeinsame Verkehrspolitik

gvp  
verkehrspolitik  
gemeinsame  
EU-Agrarpolitik  GAP  Gemeinsame  Agrarpolitik  

Englische Synonyme für CTP : Common Transport Policy

Lexikoneinträge für CTP : Common Transport Policy

Common (v.) Belonging or relating equally, or similarly, to more than one
Common (v.) Belonging to or shared by, affecting or serving, all the members of a class, considered together
Common (v.) Often met with
Common (v.) Not distinguished or exceptional
Common (v.) Profane
Common (v.) Given to habits of lewdness
Common (n.) The people
Common (n.) An inclosed or uninclosed tract of ground for pleasure, for pasturage, etc., the use of which belongs to the public
Common (n.) The right of taking a profit in the land of another, in common either with the owner or with other persons
Common (v. i.) To converse together
Common (v. i.) To participate.
Common (v. i.) To have a joint right with others in common ground.
Common (v. i.) To board together
Common sense () See Common sense, under Sense.
Policy (n.) Civil polity.
Policy (n.) The settled method by which the government and affairs of a nation are, or may be, administered
Policy (n.) The method by which any institution is administered
Policy (n.) Management or administration based on temporal or material interest, rather than on principles of equity or honor
Policy (n.) Prudence or wisdom in the management of public and private affairs
Policy (n.) Motive
Policy (v. t.) To regulate by laws
Policy (n.) A ticket or warrant for money in the public funds.
Policy (n.) The writing or instrument in which a contract of insurance is embodied
Policy (n.) A method of gambling by betting as to what numbers will be drawn in a lottery
Transport (v. t.) To carry or bear from one place to another
Transport (v. t.) To carry, or cause to be carried, into banishment, as a criminal
Transport (v. t.) To carry away with vehement emotion, as joy, sorrow, complacency, anger, etc.
Transport (v.) Transportation
Transport (v.) A vessel employed for transporting, especially for carrying soldiers, warlike stores, or provisions, from one place to another, or to convey convicts to their destination
Transport (v.) Vehement emotion
Transport (v.) A convict transported, or sentenced to exile.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

about-face volte-face
reversal policy change
a major change in attitude or principle or point of view, an about-face on foreign policy
scorched-earth policy the target company defends itself by selling off its crown jewels
transportation
transport transfer
transferral
conveyance
the act of moving something from one location to another
transportation shipping
transport
the commercial enterprise of moving goods and materials
air transportation
air transport
transportation by air
common shiner
silversides Notropis cornutus
the common North American shiner
common canary
Serinus canaria
native to the Canary Islands and Azores, popular usually yellow cage bird noted for its song
common yellowthroat
Maryland yellowthroat
Geothlypis trichas
an American warbler
common starling
Sturnus vulgaris
gregarious bird having plumage with dark metallic gloss, builds nests around dwellings and other structures, naturalized worldwide
common European jay
Garullus garullus
fawnolored jay with black-and-white crest and blue-and-black wings
common nutcracker
Nucifraga caryocatactes
Old World nutcracker
common newt
Triturus vulgaris
small semiaquatic salamander
common snapping turtle
snapper
Chelydra serpentina
large-headed turtle with powerful hooked jaws found in or near water, prone to bite
common iguana
iguana
Iguana iguana
large herbivorous tropical American arboreal lizards with a spiny crest along the back, used as human food in Central America and South America
common kingsnake
Lampropeltis getulus
widespread in United States except northern regions, black or brown with yellow bands
common garter snake
Thamnophis sirtalis
a garter snake that is widespread in North America
common water snake
banded water snake
Natrix sipedon
Nerodia sipedon
in some classifications placed in the genus Nerodia, western United States snake that seldom ventures far from water
adder
common viper
Vipera berus
small terrestrial viper common in northern Eurasia
common scoter
Melanitta nigra
a variety of scoter
common brant goose
Branta bernicla
the best known variety of brant goose
common opossum
Didelphis virginiana
Didelphis marsupialis
omnivorous opossum of the eastern United States, noted for feigning death when in danger, esteemed as food in some areas, considered same species as the crab-eating opossum of South America
common wallaby
Macropus agiles
a small wallaby having a height ofinches
common shrew
Sorex araneus
common American shrew
common roundworm
Ascaris lumbricoides
intestinal parasite of humans and pigs
common limpet
Patella vulgata
marine limpet
common spoonbill
Platalea leucorodia
pure white crested spoonbill of southern Eurasia and northeastern Africa
common murre
Uria aalge
the most frequent variety of murre
finback
finback whale
fin whale
common rorqual
Balaenoptera physalus
large flat-headed whalebone whale having deep furrows along the throat, of Atlantic and Pacific
common dolphin
Delphinus delphis
black-and-white dolphin that leaps high out of the water,
pilot whale
black whale common blackfish
blackfish Globicephala melaena
small darkolored whale of the Atlantic coast of the United States, the largest male acts as pilot or leader for the school
harbor seal
common seal
Phoca vitulina
small spotted seal of coastal waters of the northern hemisphere
common lynx
Lynx lynx
of northern Eurasia
common louse
Pediculus humanus
head or body louse
common mosquito
Culex pipiens
common house mosquito
common wasp
Vespula vulgaris
a variety of vespid wasp
common pond-skater
Gerris lacustris
a variety of water strider
common booklouse
Trogium pulsatorium
a variety of booklouse
common European earwig
Forficula auricularia
sometimes destructive to cultivated bulbs
common zebra
Burchell's zebra
Equus Burchelli
of the plains of central and eastern Africa
common eland
Taurotragus oryx
dark fawnolored eland of southern and eastern Africa
common raccoon
common racoon
coon
ringtail Procyon lotor
North American raccoon
common eel
freshwater eel
eels that live in fresh water as adults but return to sea to spawn, found in Europe and America, marketed both fresh and smoked
common American shad
Alosa sapidissima
shad of Atlantic coast of North America, naturalized to Pacific coast
common mackerel
shiner Scomber scombrus
important food fish of the northern Atlantic and Mediterranean, its body is greenish-blue with dark bars and small if any scales
common ax
common axe
Dayton ax
Dayton axe
an ax with a long handle and a head that has one cutting edge and one blunt side
common room a sitting room (usually at school or university)
conveyance
transport
something that serves as a means of transportation
public transport conveyance for passengers or mail or freight
tape drive
tape transport
transport
a mechanism that transports magnetic tape across the read
write
heads of a tape playback
recorder
transport ship a ship for carrying soldiers or military equipment
troop carrier
troop transport
any land or sea or air vehicle designed to carry troops
common denominator an attribute that is common to all members of a category
common wart a benign growth (often with a rough surface)
common touch the property of appealing to people in general (usually by appearing to have qualities in common with them)
common good
commonweal
the good of a community
common carotid artery
common carotid
runs upward in the neck and divides into the external and internal carotid arteries
common iliac artery terminal branches of the abdominal aorta
common cardinal vein the major return channels to the heart, formed by anastomosis of the anterior and posterior cardinal veins
common facial vein vein formed by union of facial vein and the retromandibular vein and emptying into the jugular vein
common iliac vein formed by the internal and external iliac veins, unites with its fellow from the opposite side of the body to form the inferior vena cava
common bile duct
bile duct
a duct formed by the hepatic and cystic ducts, opens into the duodenum
cystic fibrosis transport regulator
CFTR
the gene that is mutated in cystic fibrosis
common knowledge anything generally known to everyone
common sense
good sense
gumption
horse sense
sense mother wit
sound practical judgment, Common sense is not so common, he hasn't got the sense God gave little green apples, fortunately she had the good sense to run away
public nuisance
common nuisance
a nuisance that unreasonably interferes with a right that is common to the general public, a public nuisance offends the public at large
lowest common multiple
least common multiple
lcm
the smallest multiple that is exactly divisible by every member of a set of numbers, the least common multiple of and is
defense program
defense policy
defence program
defence policy
a program for defending a country against its enemies
tax program
tax policy
a program for setting taxes
policy a plan of action adopted by an individual or social group, it was a policy of retribution, a politician keeps changing his policies
beggar-my-neighbor policy
beggar-my-neighbour policy
beggar-my-neighbor strategy
beggar-my-neighbour strategy
a policy of promoting oneself at the expense of others, used especially of national policy, the United States has pursued a beggar-my-neighbor policy
common fate
law of common fate
a Gestalt principle of organization holding that aspects of perceptual field that move or function in a similar manner will be perceived as a unit
common noun a noun that denotes any or all members of a class
Book of Common Prayer the Anglican service book of the Church of England, has had several revisions since the Reformation and is widely admired for the dignity and beauty of its language
policy insurance policy
insurance
written contract or certificate of insurance, you should have read the small print on your policy
floater
floating policy
an insurance policy covering loss of movable property (e.g. jewelry) regardless of its location
case law
precedent
common law
(civil law) a law established by following earlier judicial decisions
policy a line of argument rationalizing the course of action of a government, they debated the policy or impolicy of the proposed legislation
economic policy a government policy for maintaining economic growth and tax revenues
fiscal policy a government policy for dealing with the budget (especially with taxation and borrowing)
social policy a policy of for dealing with social issues
foreign policy a policy governing international relations
trade policy
national trading policy
a government's policy controlling foreign trade
open-door policy
open door
the policy of granting equal trade opportunities to all countries
zero-tolerance policy any policy that allows no exception, a zero-tolerance policy toward pedophile priests
common logarithm a logarithm to the base
common chord
triad
a three-note major or minor chord, a note and its third and fifth tones
common measure
common meter
the usual (iambic) meter of a ballad
common bean any of numerous beans eaten either fresh or dried
sorrel
common sorrel
large sour-tasting arrowhead-shaped leaves used in salads and sauces
salt
table salt
common salt
white crystalline form of especially sodium chloride used to season and preserve food
fennel common fennel leaves used for seasoning
folk
folks common people
people in general (often used in the plural), they're just country folk, folks around here drink moonshine, the common people determine the group character and preserve its customs from one generation to the next
carrier
common carrier
a person or firm in the business of transporting people or goods or messages
Council on Environmental Policy the executive agency that advises the President on protecting the environment
European Union
EU
European Community
EC
European Economic Community
EEC
Common Market
Europe
an international organization of European countries formed after World War II to reduce trade barriers and increase cooperation among its members, he tried to take Britain into the Europen Union
common law
case law
precedent
a system of jurisprudence based on judicial precedents rather than statutory laws, common law originated in the unwritten laws of England and was later applied in the United States
common front a movement in which several individuals or groups with different interests join together, the unions presented a common front at the bargaining table
commons common land a pasture subject to common use
park commons
common
green
a piece of open land for recreational use in an urban area, they went for a walk in the park
normal fault
gravity fault
common fault
an inclined fault in which the hanging wall appears to have slipped downward relative to the footwall

 

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