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foil Englisch Deutsch Übersetzung

Folienhaube {f}
Folienhauben {pl}
foil hood
foil hoods
Dachfolie {f} [constr.]
roof foil; roofing foil
Alufolie {f}, Aluminiumfolie {f}
aluminium foil, aluminum foil [Am.]
Abdichtungsfolie {f}
waterproofing foil; sealing foil
Alufolie {f}; Aluminiumfolie {f}
aluminium foil; aluminum foil [Am.]
Aluminiumverbundfolie {f}
aluminium compound foil, aluminum compound foil [Am.]
Aluminiumverbundfolie {f}
aluminium compound foil; aluminum compound foil [Am.]
Florett {n} [sport]
Tragfläche {f}
Folie, Metallfolie
tin foil
Absicht durchkreuzen, vereiteln, zunichte machen
to foil
Gegensatz {m}; Kontrast {m}; Kontrastfigur {f}
Florett-Fechten {n} [sport]
foil fencing
Schutzfolie {f}
protective foil
Carbonfolie {f}
carbon foil
alukaschiert {adj}
Zinnfolie {f}; Stanniol {n}
tin foil; tinfoil
Unterlegfolie {f} [constr.]
underlay foil
Baufolie {f} [constr.]
construction foil
Beschriftungsfolie {f}
labelling foil
Isolierfolie {f}
insulating foil
Folie {f}; Metallfolie {f}
Folien {pl}; Metallfolien {pl}
Abkantfolien [techn.]
folding foil
Baufolie {f}
construction foil
Folie {f}, Metallfolie {f}
Folien {pl}, Metallfolien {pl}
Abdichtungsfolie {f}
waterproofing foil
Klebefolie {f}
adhesive foil
Luftpolsterfolie {f}
air cushion foil
Rauschgold {n}; Flittergold {n}; Schaumgold {n}
tinsel; gold foil
Absicht durchkreuzen, vereiteln, zunichte machen, unterlaufen {vt}
Absicht durchkreuzend, vereitelnd, zunichte machend, unterlaufend
Absicht durchkreuzt, vereitelt, zunichte gemacht, unterlaufen
to foil
Stanniolpapier {n}, Silberpapier {n} [ugs.]
tin foil, silver paper
Rauschgold {n}, Flittergold {n}, Schaumgold {n}
tinsel, gold foil
Stanniolpapier {n}; Silberpapier {n} [ugs.]
tin foil; silver paper
Luftpolsterfolie {f}; Noppenfolie {f}
air cushion foil; bubble wrap [tm]
Schrumpffolie {f} [techn.]
shrink film; heat-shrinking foil
Tragluftdach {n}
air-tight impermeable cover; inflated air foil
etw. vereiteln; zunichtemachen; zum Scheitern bringen; zu Fall bringen; platzen lassen {vt}
vereitelnd; zunichtemachend; zum Scheitern bringend; zu Fall bringend; platzen lassend
vereitelt; zunichtegemacht; zum Scheitern gebracht; zu Fall gebracht; platzen lassen
to thwart; to foil; to scuttle sth.
thwarting; foiling; scuttling
thwarted; foiled; scuttled
Folienbeschriftung {f} (Werbung)
film-lettering; foil-lettering
Sprengfolie {f}
Sprengfolien {pl}
bursting foil
bursting foils
Barrierefolie {f}
barrier film; barrier foil
Backfolie {f} [chem.] [techn.]
Backfolien {pl}
baking foil
baking foils
to thwart, to foil
thwarting, foiling
thwarted, foiled
thwarts, foils
thwarted, foiled
Klarsichtfolie {f}, Schrumpffolie {f}
shrink-wrapping, cling film, shrinkage foil, shrink film
Klarsichtfolie {f}; Schrumpffolie {f}
shrink-wrapping; cling film; shrinkage foil; shrink film
einen Plan durchkreuzen; vereiteln; hintertreiben; unterlaufen {vt}
einen Plan durchkreuzend; vereitelnd; hintertreibend; unterlaufend
einen Plan durchkreuzt; vereitelt; hintertrieben; unterlaufen
to foil a plan
foiling a plan
foiled a plan
Klebefolie {f}
Klebefolien {pl}
adhesive foil; adhesive film
adhesive foils; adhesive films
Heißfolienprägung {f}; Heißprägen {n}; Warmprägen {n}; Heißsiegeln {n} (von Folien) [techn.] [print]
hot foil stamping; hot stamping
Mulchfolie {f} [agr.]
biologisch abbaubare schwarze Mulchfolie
mulch film; mulch foil
biodegradable black mulch film
Kupferblech {n}
sheet copper; copper sheet; copper foil
Kupferblech {n}
sheet copper, copper sheet, copper foil

Deutsche Synonyme für Folienhaube {f} / Folienhauben {pl}

Englische Synonyme für foil hood

foil  Roscius  actor  actress  antagonist  antipode  antipodes  antipole  antithesis  antonym  background  background detail  bad guy  baffle  bafflement  balk  balking  barnstormer  beat  bilbo  bilk  blast  brave  broadsword  buffalo  cast down  challenge  character  character actor  character man  character woman  check  checkmate  child actor  circumvent  claymore  coat  coating  collop  confound  confounding  confront  confusion  contra  contravene  converse  counter  counteract  counterbalance  countercheck  countermand  counterpoint  counterpoise  counterpole  counterterm  counterwork  covering  cross  curb  cut  cutlass  dash  daunt  deal  deceive  decorative composition  decorative style  defeat  defeat expectation  defy  design  destroy  detail  disappoint  discomfit  discomfiture  disconcert  disconcertion  discountenance  diseur  diseuse  dish  disillusion  disk  disrupt  dissatisfy  dramatizer  elude  embarrass  epee  evade  falchion  faze  feeder  feuille  figure  film  flake  flap  flummox  foiling  fold  foreground detail  form  frustrate  frustration  get around  get round  give the runaround  give the slip  glaive  go one better  hamper  heavy  histrio  histrion  impede  ingenue  inverse  juvenile  knock the chocks  lamella  lamina  laminated glass  laminated wood  lamination  lap  layer  leaf  let down  matinee idol  membrane  mime  mimer  mimic  monologist  motif  mummer  national style  nonplus  nullify  obverse  offset  opposite  opposite number  ornamental motif  outfigure  outflank  outgeneral  outguess  outmaneuver  outplay  outreach  outsmart  outwit  overreach  pane  panel  pantomime  pantomimist  parry  pass the buck  patina  pattern  peel  pellicle  period style  perplex  plait  plank  plate  plating  playactor  player  ply  plywood  protean actor  rapier  rasher  rattle  rebuff  reciter  repeated figure  repulse  restrain  reversal  reverse  rout  ruin  saber  sabotage  safety glass  scale  scimitar  scotch  scum  setback  setoff  setti  
foiled  baffled  balked  betrayed  bilked  blasted  blighted  chapfallen  crestfallen  crossed  crushed  dashed  defeated  disappointed  dished  disillusioned  dissatisfied  frustrated  ill done-by  ill-served  let down  out of countenance  regretful  sorely disappointed  soured  thwarted  

Lexikoneinträge für foil

Feather-foil (n.) An aquatic plant (Hottonia palustris), having finely divided leaves.
Foil (v. t.) To tread under foot
Foil (v. t.) To render (an effort or attempt) vain or nugatory
Foil (v. t.) To blunt
Foil (v. t.) To defile
Foil (n.) Failure of success when on the point of attainment
Foil (n.) A blunt weapon used in fencing, resembling a smallsword in the main, but usually lighter and having a button at the point.
Foil (n.) The track or trail of an animal.
Foil (n.) A leaf or very thin sheet of metal
Foil (n.) A thin leaf of sheet copper silvered and burnished, and afterwards coated with transparent colors mixed with isinglass
Foil (n.) Anything that serves by contrast of color or quality to adorn or set off another thing to advantage.
Foil (n.) A thin coat of tin, with quicksilver, laid on the back of a looking-glass, to cause reflection.
Foil (n.) The space between the cusps in Gothic architecture
Water feather-foil () The water violet (Hottonia palustris)

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

aluminum foil
aluminium foil
tin foil
foil made of aluminum
foil a light slender flexible sword tipped by a button
foil a piece of thin and flexible sheet metal, the photographic film was wrapped in foil
foil transparency picture consisting of a positive photograph or drawing on a transparent base, viewed with a projector
gold foil foil made of gold
hydrofoil foil a device consisting of a flat or curved piece (as a metal plate) so that its surface reacts to the water it is passing through, the fins of a fish act as hydrofoils
tin foil
foil made of tin or an alloy of tin and lead
anything that serves by contrast to call attention to another thing's good qualities, pretty girls like plain friends as foils
a plant of the genus Hottonia
foil cover or back with foil, foil mirrors
hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of, What ultimately frustrated every challenger was Ruth's amazing September surge, foil your opponent
foil enhance by contrast, In this picture, the figures are foiled against the background


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