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Hubb-Schnabelwal {m} [zool.]
Hubb's beaked whale, arch-beaked whale (Mesoplodon carlhubbsi)
Hubb-Schnabelwal {m} (Mesoplodon carlhubbsi) [zool.]
Hubb's beaked whale; arch-beaked whale
Bei uns ist momentan Schmalhans Küchenmeister. (veraltend)
At the moment our cupboard is bare like old mother Hubbard's cupboard.; We are currently on short commons. (old-fashioned)
Brodeln {n}
hubble-bubble
Wasserpfeife {f}
hubble-bubble
Lärm {m}, Tumult {m}, Radau {m}
hubbub
Stimmengewirr {n}, Stimmenwirrwarr {n}
hubbub (of conversation, of voices)
Tumult
hubbub
Getümmel {n}
sich ins Getümmel stürzen
commotion; hubbub
to enter join the fray
Hektik {f}; Trubel {m}; Geschäftigkeit {f}
der vorweihnachtliche Trubel
Das bringt Hektik in den Unterricht.
Im allgemeinen Trubel ging sein Appell völlig unter.
Im Hotel brach plötzlich Hektik aus.
Die Nachricht löste bei den Medien Hektik aus.
Das ist eine Hektik heute hier!
hustle and bustle; hubbub; hectic atmosphere; frantic activity; flurry of activity
the pre-Christmas frenzy
This creates a frantic atmosphere in the classroom.
His appeal was completely lost in the general hubbub.
There was a sudden flurry of activity in the hotel.
The news prompted a flurry of activity among the media.
It's all go today around here! [Br.]
Lärm {m}; Tumult {m}; Radau {m}
hubbub
Stimmengewirr {n}; Stimmenwirrwarr {n}
hubbub (of conversation; of voices)
Ehemann {m}, Ehemännchen {n}, Männe {m} [ugs.]
hubby [coll.]
Ehemann {m}; Mann {m}
Ehemänner {pl}; Männer {pl}
mein Mann
Noch-Ehemann {m}
Exmann {m}; ehemaliger Ehemann
Ehemann {m}; Ehemännchen {n}; Männe {m} [ugs.]
husband
husbands
my husband
soon-to-be ex-husband
ex-husband
hubby [coll.]
Radkappe {f} [auto]
hubcap, hub cap, wheel hub cap, wheel embellisher
Radkappe
hubcap
Radkappe {f}; Radzierblende {f}; Radabdeckung {f} [auto]
wheel hub cap; hubcap; wheel embellisher
Radkappen
hubcaps
Selbstüberschätzung {f}, Selbstüberhebung {f}, Hybris {f}
hubris
Hybris
hubris
Selbstüberschätzung {f}; Selbstüberhebung {f}; Hybris {f}
hubris
anmaßend {adj}
hubristic
anmassend
hubristic
anmaßend; hybrishaft {adj}
hubristic
Bremsnabe {f} [techn.]
Bremsnaben {pl}
Eingang-Rücktritt-Bremsnabe
rear brake hub
rear brake hubs
single speed back-pedalling brake hub
Freilaufnabe {f}
Freilaufnaben {pl}
freewheel hub, freehub
freewheel hubs, freehubs
Kassettennabe {f}
Kassettennaben {pl}
cassette hub
cassette hubs
Kupplungsnabe {f} [techn.]
Kupplungsnaben {pl}
clutch centre, clutch hub
clutch centres, clutch hubs
Radnabe {f}
Radnaben {pl}
hub, wheel hub
hubs, wheel hubs
Flanschmaß {n}
distance over hubs
Radnaben
hubs
Dreigangnabe {f} [techn.]
Dreigangnaben {pl}
three-speed hub
three-speed hubs
Frachtdrehkreuz {n} [transp.]
Frachtdrehkreuze {pl}
transport hub (for freight)
transport hubs
Kupplungsnabe {f} [techn.]
Kupplungsnaben {pl}
clutch centre; clutch hub
clutch centres; clutch hubs
Nabendynamo {m} (Fahrrad) [electr.]
Nabendynamos {pl}
hub-dynamo; dynamo-hub; dynohub
hub-dynamos; dynamo-hubs; dynohubs
Netzknoten {m} [telco.]
Netzknoten {pl}
hub
hubs
Radnabe {f}
Radnaben {pl}
hub; wheel hub
hubs; wheel hubs
Zweiflanschnabe {f} [auto]
Zweiflanschnaben {pl}
double flange hub
double flange hubs

Deutsche Synonyme für Hubb-Schnabelwal {m} [zool.]

Englische Synonyme für Hubb's beaked whale arch-beaked whale

hub  approach  arbor  asymptote  axis  axle  axle bar  axle shaft  axle spindle  axle-tree  bottleneck  center  center of action  center of gravity  centroid  centrum  chimney  chimney corner  collision course  concentralization  concentration  concourse  concurrence  confluence  conflux  congress  convergence  converging  core  crossing  dead center  distaff  epicenter  fender  fire screen  fireboard  fireguard  fireplace  fireside  flue  focal point  focalization  focus  fulcrum  funnel  gimbal  gudgeon  heart  hearth  hearthstone  hinge  hingle  hob  ingle  inglenook  ingleside  kernel  mandrel  marrow  medulla  meeting  metacenter  middle  mutual approach  narrowing gap  nave  navel  nerve  nub  nucleus  oarlock  omphalos  pin  pintle  pith  pivot  pole  radiant  radius  rowlock  seat  smokehole  spindle  spokes  storm center  swivel  tangent  trunnion  umbilicus  
hubbub  Bedlam let loose  ado  agitation  apologetics  apologia  apology  argument  argumentation  babel  bedlam  bicker  bickering  blast  bluster  bobbery  boil  boiling  bother  botheration  brawl  broil  brouhaha  burst  bustle  cacophony  casuistry  chaos  charivari  chirm  churn  clamor  clangor  clap  clatter  commotion  contention  controversy  conturbation  defense  din  discomposure  discord  disorder  disputation  dispute  disquiet  disquietude  disturbance  donnybrook  donnybrook fair  drunken brawl  dustup  ebullition  embroilment  excitement  fanaticism  feery-fary  ferment  fermentation  fever  feverishness  fidgetiness  fidgets  fit  flap  flurry  fluster  flutter  flutteration  flutteriness  flyting  foment  fomentation  foofaraw  fracas  free-for-all  frenzy  fume  furor  furore  fury  fuss  fussiness  gaff  hassle  hell broke loose  helter-skelter  howl  hue and cry  hullabaloo  hurly-burly  inquietude  jangle  jitters  jumpiness  litigation  logomachy  loud noise  maelstrom  malaise  melee  moil  nerviness  nervosity  nervousness  noise  noise and shouting  outcry  pandemonium  paper war  passage of arms  passion  pell-mell  perturbation  polemic  polemics  pother  racket  rage  rampage  rattle  restlessness  rhubarb  riot  roar  roil  rough-and-tumble  roughhouse  rout  row  ruckus  ruction  rumble  rumpus  scramble  seethe  seething  set-to  shindy  shivaree  spasm  spurt  stew  stir  storminess  sweat  swirl  tempestuousness  thunder  thunderclap  tintamarre  to-do  trepidation  trepidity  trouble  tumult  tumultuation  tumultuousness  turbidity  turbulence  turmoil  twitter  unease  unquiet  unrest  uproar  upset  verbal engagement  vociferation  vortex  war of words  whirl  wildness  wrangling  zeal  zealousness  
hubris  arrogance  assumption  assurance  assuredness  audacity  belief  boldness  brashness  brass  brazen boldness  bumptiousness  certitude  cheek  chutzpah  cocksureness  confidence  confidentness  contumely  conviction  courage  effrontery  faith  familiarity  gall  hardihood  heroics  imposition  improvidence  imprudence  impudence  indiscretion  injudiciousness  insolence  lawlessness  liberties  liberty abused  license  licentiousness  obtrusiveness  overboldness  overcarelessness  overconfidence  oversureness  overweening  overweeningness  poise  pomposity  positiveness  presumption  presumptuousness  pride  procacity  pushiness  rashness  security  self-assurance  self-confidence  self-importance  self-reliance  settled belief  subjective certainty  sureness  surety  temerariousness  temerity  trust  unchariness  undue liberty  unwariness  uppishness  uppityness  

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A hub is the central part of a wheel that connects the axle to the wheel itself. Many expressions use the term for a literal or figurative central structure connecting to a periphery.
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