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multiple falls of rope operation Englisch Deutsch Übersetzung

Mehrseilbetrieb {m}
multiple falls of rope operation
Mehrseilbetrieb {m}
multiple falls of rope operation
Betrieb {m}
in Betrieb
in Betrieb setzen
in Betrieb gesetzt
Betrieb und Wartung
in Betrieb gehen
außer Betrieb sein
Betrieb ohne Last
Betrieb unter Last
operation
in operation; at work
to put into operation
activated
operation and maintenance
to be brought on line
to be out of operation
no-load operation
on-load operation
Betrieb {m}
in Betrieb
in Betrieb setzen
in Betrieb gesetzt
Betrieb und Wartung
in Betrieb gehen
außer Betrieb sein
Betrieb ohne Last
Betrieb unter Last
operation
in operation
to put into operation
activated
operation and maintenance
to be brought on line
to be out of operation
no-load operation
on-load operation
sich anseilen {vr}
sich anseilend
sich angeseilt
Die Bergsteiger seilten sich an als sie den letzten Auftieg begannen.
to fasten a rope to yourself; to rope up
fastening a rope to yourself; roping up
fastened a rope to yourself; roped up
The mountaineers roped up when they started the final ascent.
Seil {n}; Tau {n}
Seile {pl}; Taue {pl}
beschichtetes Seil
ein Seil aufdrehen; aufdrallen
ein Seil aufschießen
in den Seilen hängen; kurz vor der Niederlage stehen; dem Untergang geweiht nahe sein
rope
ropes
coated rope
to untwist; to unravel a rope
to coil round up a rope
to be on the ropes [fig.]
seilspringen; seilhüpfen; springseilspringen [Nordostdt.]; seilhopsen [BW]; seilhopfen [BW]; schnurspringen [Ös.] {vi} [sport]
seilspringend; seilhüpfend; springseilspringend; seilhopsend; seilhopfend; schnurspringend
seilgesprungen; seilgehüpft; springseilgesprungen; selgehopst; seilgehopft; schnurgesprungen
to skip [Br.]; to skip rope [Am.]; to jump rope [Am.]
skipping; skipping rope; jumping rope
skipped; skipped rope; jumped rope
jdn. (von etw.) abseilen {vt}
abseilend
abgeseilt
to let lower sb. down on a rope (from sth.)
letting lowering down on a rope
let lowered down on a rope
Unterseil {n}
tail rop; balance rope; ground rope; compensating rope
Betriebsunterbrechung {f} [econ.]
Betriebsunterbrechungen {pl}
interruption of operation; disruption in operation
interruptions of operation; disruptions in operation
zurückgehen; abnehmen; sinken; fallen; geringer werden {vi}; sich verringern; sich vermindern {vr}
zurückgehend; abnehmend; sinkend; fallend; geringer werdend; sich verringernd; sich vermindernd
zurückgegangen; abgenommen; gesunken; gefallen; geringer geworden; sich verringert; sich vermindert
Der Luftdruck sinkt.
Die Temperatur sinkt unter 10 Grad.
to decrease; to diminish; to fall
decreasing; diminishing; falling
decreased; diminished; fallen
The atmospheric pressure falls.
The temperature falls below 10 degree.
Inbetriebnahme {f}
Die Inbetriebnahme des Geräts erfolgt in vier Tagen.
initial operation; putting into operation; transition
The appliance will be put into operation in four days.
Rheinfall {m} [geogr.]
Rhine Falls; Schaffhausen Falls
Kreuzschlagseil {n} [techn.]
crosslay rope; ordinary regular lay rope; non-parallel lay rope
Tag- und Nachtbetrieb {m}, Betrieb {m} rund um die Uhr
non-stop operation, around-the-clock operation, day and night operation
Tag- und Nachtbetrieb {m}; Betrieb {m} rund um die Uhr
non-stop operation; around-the-clock operation; day and night operation
Seilklemme {f}
Seilklemmen {pl}
rope clamp; rope clip; cable clamp; shears
rope clamps; rope clips; cable clamps
MIMO, Mehrgrößensystem {n}
Multiple-input multiple-output communications (MOMO)
MIMO; Mehrgrößensystem {n}
Multiple-input multiple-output communications MIMO
Kettenladen {m}; Kette {f} [econ.]
Kettenläden {pl}; Ketten {pl}
die großen Lebensmittelketten
multiple-shop [Br.]; multiple [Br.]; chain store [Am.]; chain [Am.]
multiple-shops; multiples; chain stores; chains
the major food multiples
Operation {f} [mil.]
Operationen {pl}
Militäroperation {f}
verdeckte Operation; verdeckte Mission
operation
operations
military operation
covert operation
jdn. etw. (mit einem Seil) aneinanderbinden; zusammenbinden {vt}
Die Boote wurden aneinandergebunden.
Bergsteiger seilen sich zur Sicherheit aneinander.
to rope sb. sth. together
The boats were roped together.
Mountaineers rope themselves together for safety.
abseilen {vt}
abseilend
abgeseilt
to rope down, to rappel, to abseil, to lower down on a rope
roping down
roped down
Seilschlinge {f}
Seilschlingen {pl}
grommet; rope sling
grommets; rope slings
Mehrfachsteckdose {f} [electr.]
Mehrfachsteckdosen {pl}
multiple socket
multiple sockets
Mehrlingsgeburt {f}
Mehrlingsgeburten {pl}
multiple birth
multiple births
Vielfaches {n} [math.]
kleinstes gemeinsames Vielfaches (kgV)
multiple
least common multiple LCM
Vielfaches [math.]
kleinstes gemeinsames Vielfaches (kgV)
multiple
least common multiple (LCM)
Massenkarambolage {f}
(multiple) pile-up, multiple smash-up
Massenkarambolage {f}
(multiple) pile-up; multiple smash-up
Lamellenkupplung {f}
Lamellenkupplungen {pl}
multiple disc clutch [Br.]; multiple disk clutch [Am.]
multiple disc clutches; multiple disk clutches
Mehrscheibenkupplung {f}
Mehrscheibenkupplungen {pl}
multiple disc clutch [Br.]; multiple disk clutch [Am.]
multiple disc clutches; multiple disk clutches
Mehrscheibenbremse {f} [auto]
Mehrscheibenbremsen {pl}
multiple disc brake [Br.]; multiple disk brake
multiple disc brakes; multiple disk brakes
Sprungseil {n} [sport]
skipping rope [Br.], jump rope [Am.]
Kettengeschäft {n}, Kettenladen {m}
Kettengeschäfte {pl}, Kettenläden {pl}
chain store, multiple-shop [Br.]
chain stores, multiple-shops
der Umfang von etw.; der Bereich von etw.
im Rahmen dieser Debatte dieses Buches etc.
jds. Kräfte übersteigen
jds. geistigen Horizont übersteigen
Das fällt in den Bereich der Philosophie und Religion.
Diese Fragestellung fällt nicht mehr in den Bereich meiner Forschungsarbeit.
Das liegt für Kleinkinder im Bereich des Möglichen.; Das ist für Kleinkinder zu schaffen.
the compass of sth.
within the compass of this debate book etc.
to be beyond the compass of sb.'s power
to be beyond the compass of sb.'s brain
This falls within the compass of philosophy and religion.
That issue falls beyond the compass of my research.
This is well within the compass of infant children.
Dauerbetrieb {m} [techn.]
continuous operation; continuous working; permanent operation; non-stop operation
Seildurchführung {f} [techn.]
Seildurchführungen {pl}
rope opening
rope openings
Seilschloss {n}
Seilschlösser {pl}
rope lock
rope locks
Seilwinde {f} (für textile Seile)
Seilwinden {pl}
rope winch
rope winches
Seilwippe {f}
Seilwippen {pl}
rope sweep
rope sweeps
Seilführung {f}, Seilführungsring {m}
Seilführungen {pl}, Seilführungsringe {pl}
rope guide
rope guides
Seilkausche {f} [naut.]
Seilkauschen {pl}
rope thimble
rope thimbles
Seilkeil {m}
Seilkeile {pl}
rope wedge
rope wedges
Pressklemme {f} für Drahtseile
Pressklemmen {pl} für Drahtseile
rope clip
rope clips
Seilführung {f}; Seilführungsring {m}
Seilführungen {pl}; Seilführungsringe {pl}
rope guide
rope guides
Seilspannfeder {f}
Seilspannfedern {pl}
rope tensioner
rope tensioners
Kreuzwegstationen {pl} [relig.]
Jesus wird zum Tode verurteilt (1. Station)
Jesus nimmt das Kreuz auf seine Schultern (2. Station)
Jesus fällt zum ersten Mal unter dem Kreuz (3. Station)
Jesus begegnet seiner Mutter (4. Station)
Simon von Cyrene hilft Jesus das Kreuz tragen (5. Station)
Veronika reicht Jesus das Schweißtuch (6. Station)
Jesus fällt zum zweiten Mal unter dem Kreuz (7. Station)
Jesus begegnet den weinenden Frauen (8. Station)
Jesus fällt zum dritten Mal unter dem Kreuz (9. Station)
Jesus wird seiner Kleider beraubt (10. Station)
Jesus wird ans Kreuz geschlagen (11. Station)
Jesus stirbt am Kreuz (12. Station)
Jesus wird vom Kreuz genommen (13. Station)
Jesus wird ins Grab gelegt (14. Station)
stations of the cross
Jesus is condemned to death (1st station)
Jesus takes up the cross (2nd station)
Jesus falls the first time (3rd station)
Jesus meets his mother (4th station)
Simon of Cyrene helps Jesus to carry the cross (5th station)
Veronica wipes the face of Jesus (6th station)
Jesus falls the second time (7th station)
Jesus meets the women of Jerusalem (8th station)
Jesus falls the third time (9th station)
Jesus is stripped of his garments (10th station)
Jesus is nailed to the cross (11th station)
Jesus dies on the cross (12th station)
Jesus is taken down from the cross (13th station)
Jesus is laid in the tomb (14th station)
Zusammenarbeit {f}; Kooperation {f} [adm.]
internationale Kooperation
interinstitutionelle Zusammenarbeit
politische Kooperation; politische Zusammenarbeit
polizeiliche Zusammenarbeit
Zusammenarbeit von Bibliotheken
cooperation; co-operation
international cooperation
interinstitutional cooperation
political cooperation
police cooperation
co-operation of libraries; interlibrary co-operation
mit mehreren Antworten zur Auswahl; mit Antwortvorgaben
Auswahlfrage {f} (bei einer Prüfung)
multiple-choice {adj}
multiple-choice question (in a test)
auf mehreren Ebenen (nachgestellt)
multi-level; multiple-level; at multiple levels (postpositive)
Lamellenkupplung {f}
multiple disc clutch [Am.], multiple disk clutch [Br.]
Mehrpunktfrage {f} (Moderation)
Mehrpunktfragen {pl}
multiple-dot question (moderation)
multiple-dot questions
Mehrscheibenkupplung {f}
multiple disc clutch [Am.], multiple disk clutch [Br.]
Zusammenarbeit {f}, Zusammenspiel {n}, Mitwirkung {f}
interinstitutionelle Zusammenarbeit
politische Kooperation, politische Zusammenarbeit
polizeiliche Zusammenarbeit
Zusammenarbeit von Bibliotheken
cooperation, co-operation
interinstitutional cooperation
political cooperation
police cooperation
co-operation of libraries, interlibrary co-operation
Abspannseil {n}; Spannseil {n}; Ankerseil {n}; Verankerungsseil {n}; Abspannkabel {n}; Spannkabel {n} [techn.]
Abspannseile {pl}; Spannseile {pl}; Ankerseile {pl}; Verankerungsseile {pl}; Abspannkabel {pl}; Spannkabel {pl}
guy rope wire; stay rope line; stay bracing anchoring wire; bracing cable
guy rope wires; stay rope lines; stay bracing anchoring wires; bracing cables
Weltraumrakete {f}
Weltraumraketen {pl}
space rocket; multiple re-entry vehicle MRV
space rockets; multiple re-entry vehicles
Fahrweise {f} [mach.]
getrennt Fahrweise (Raffinierie)
operation; operating characteristics
blocked(-out) operation (refinery)
Lamellenbremse {f}
Lamellenbremsen {pl}
multiple disk break
multiple disk breaks
Mehrzwecksorte {f} [econ.]
Mehrzwecksorten {pl}
multiple-purpose grade
multiple-purpose grades
Mehrfamilienhaus {n}
Mehrfamilienhäuser {pl}
multiple dwelling (unit)
multiple dwelling units
Sammelbedienpult {n}
Sammelbedienpulte {pl}
multiple operating panel
multiple operating panels
Lamellenbremse {f} [techn.]
Lamellenbremsen {pl}
multiple disk brake
multiple disk brakes
mehrgängig {adj} [techn.]
mehrgängiger Abwälzfräser
mehrgängiger Gewindefräser
mehrgängige Schleifenwicklung [electr.]
mehrgängige Wellenwicklung [electr.]
multiple; multi-; multiple-start thread(ed); multiplex-start thread(ed)
multithread hob cutter; multithread hob
multiform milling cutter
multiplex lap winding
multiplex wave winding; multiple winding; series-parallel winding
etw. in Betrieb nehmen setzen; hochfahren; anfahren; starten {vt} [techn.]
in Betrieb nehmend setzend; hochfahrend; anfahrend; startend
in Betrieb genommen gesetzt; hochgefahren; angefahren; gestartet
heiß anfahren
kalt anfahren
warm anfahren
to put sth. into operation; to start up <> sth.
putting into operation; starting up
put into operation; started up
hot start-up
cold start-up
warm start-up
Seilgarten {m}
Seilgärten {pl}
rope course
rope courses
Operation {f}; Arbeitsvorgang {m}; Verfahren {n}
Operationen {pl}; Arbeitsvorgänge {pl}; Verfahren {pl}
angeschlossene Operation
operation
operations
connected operation
Betriebszyklus {m} [mach.]
Betriebszyklen {pl}
cycle of operation
cycles of operation
Schaltzyklus {m}
Schaltzyklen {pl}
cycle of operation
cycles of operation
Operation {f}, Arbeitsgang {m}, Verfahren {n}
Operationen {pl}, Arbeitsgänge {pl}, Verfahren {pl}
angeschlossene Operation
operation
operations
connected operation
Betriebsverfahren {n}
Betriebsverfahren {pl}
operation procedure
operation procedures
Operation {f} [mil.]
Operationen {pl}
Militäroperation {f}
operation
operations
military operation
Probebetrieb {m}
trial operation, test operation
Bahnbetrieb {m}
rail operation; railway operation
Betriebsjahr {n} [mach.]
Betriebsjahre {pl}
year of operation
years of operation
Betriebsanzeige {f}
Betriebsanzeigen {pl}
operation display
operation displays
Inbetriebnahme {f}
initial operation, putting into operation
Seiltrommel {f}
Seiltrommeln {pl}
gerillte Seiltrommel
hoisting drum; rope drum; cable drum; winding drum; fleet wheel; drum; cage; spool; reel; cord barrel
hoisting drums; rope drums; cable drums; winding drums; fleet wheels; drums; cages; spools; reels; cord barrels
rope drum with grooves
Seilrollenaufzug {m}
Seilrollenaufzüge {pl}
rope-pulley hoist
rope-pulley hoists
Seiltriebgruppe {f}
Seiltriebgruppen {pl}
rope mechanism group
rope mechanism groups
Seilschleppförderer {m} [techn.]
Seilschleppförderer {pl}
button rope conveyor
button rope conveyors
Keilendklemme {f} für Drahtseile [techn.]
Keilendklemmen {pl} für Drahtseile
wire rope anchorage
wire rope anchorages
Vielkolbenunterschubrost {n} [techn.]
Vielkolbenunterschubroste {pl}
multiple retort underfeed grate
multiple retort underfeed grates
Handbetrieb {m}
im Handbetrieb laufen
auf Handbetrieb umstellen
Handbetrieb durch Kette
manual operation; manual
to run on manual
to put on manual
hand-geared operation by means of endless chain
Handbetrieb {m}
im Handbetrieb laufen
auf Handbetrieb umstellen
Handbetrieb durch Kette
manual operation, manual
to run on manual
to put on manual
hand-geared operation by means of endless chain
fällt
falls
Abstuerze
falls
verkracht
falls out with
Wasserfall {m} (groß)
falls
Seilrolle {f}
Seilrollen {pl}
sheave; rope pulley; pulley
sheaves; rope pulleys; pulleys
Elektroseilzug {m}
Elektroseilzüge {pl}
electric wire rope hoist
electric wire rope hoists
Seilrolle {f}
Seilrollen {pl}
sheave, rope pulley, pulley
sheaves, rope pulleys, pulleys
erkrankt
falls ill
verliebt
falls in love
unterschreitet
falls short of
Betriebsablauf {m}
Betriebsabläufe {pl}
normaler Betriebsablauf
störungsfreier Betriebsablauf
operating procedure, operation
operating procedures, operations
normal course of operations
failure-free operation
Betriebsablauf {m}
Betriebsabläufe {pl}
normaler Betriebsablauf
störungsfreier Betriebsablauf
operating procedure; operation
operating procedures; operations
normal course of operations
failure-free operation
Funktionieren {n}; Gang {m}; Lauf {m} (einer Maschine)
in Gang kommen
operation (of a machine)
to come into operation
Fahrweise {f} [mach.]
mode of operation, operation
Funktionieren {n}, Gang {m}, Lauf {m} (einer Maschine)
in Gang kommen
operation (of a machine)
to come into operation
Seilanker {m}
rope roof bolt; rope bolt
seilspringen, seilhüpfen
seilspringend, seilhüpfend
seilgesprungen, seilgehüpft
to skip, to skip rope [Am.]
skipping, skipping rope
skipped, skipped rope
Seiltrommel {f}
gerillte Seiltrommel
hoisting drum, rope drum
rope drum with grooves
wird zur Zahlung fällig
falls due for payment
Erneuerung wird fällig
renewal falls due
verkrachen
verkrachend
verkracht
verkrachte
to fall out with
falling out with
falls out with
fell out with
Bedien- und Anzeigesystem {n}
Bedien- und Anzeigesysteme {pl}
operation and display system
operation and display systems
Dauerbetrieb {m}
continuous operation, continuous working, permanent operation
hinfallen {vi}
hinfallend
hingefallen
fällt hin
fiel hin
to fall down
falling down
fallen down
falls down
fell down
einstürzen {vi}
einstürzend
eingestürzt
stürzt ein
stürzte ein
to fall down
falling down
fallen down
falls down
fell down
Seilspringen {n}; Seilhüpfen {n}; Springseilspringen {n} [Nordostdt.]; Seilhopsen {n} [BW]; Seilhopfen {n} [BW]; Schnurspringen {n} [Ös.] [sport]
rope skipping [Br.]; skipping [Br.]; rope jumping [Am.]
hangeln {vi}; sich hangeln {vr} [sport]
hangelnd; sich hangelnd
gehangelt; sich gehangelt
am Klettergerüst hangeln
sich am Seil vorwärts hangeln
sich an einem Seil nach oben hangeln
sich von einem Job zum anderen hangeln [übtr.]
to move swing hand over hand; to pull yourself hand over hand
moving swinging hand over hand; pulling yourself hand over hand
moved swung hand over hand; pulled yourself hand over hand
to move swing hand over hand across monkey bars
to pull yourself hand over hand along the rope
to climb up hand over hand on a rope
to bounce your way from one job to the next
das Vielfache {n}
the multiple
mehrfach
multiple
mehrfach, vielfach, multipel {adj}
multiple
mehrfach; vielfach; multipel {adj}
multiple
mehrere vielfach
multiple
vielfach
multiple
einstürzen {vi}
einstürzend
eingestürzt
stürzt ein
stürzte ein
to fall down; to tumble down
falling down; tumbling down
fallen down; tumled down
falls down; tumbles down
fell down; tumbled down
Rundstiellappentransplantat {n} [med.]
Rundstiellappentransplantaten {pl}
tunnel (tube) graft; rope graft
tunnel grafts; rope grafts
Springseil {n}; Sprungseil {n}; Springschnur {f} [Ös.]; Sprungschnur {f} [Ös.] [sport.]
Springseile {pl}; Sprungseile {pl}; Springschnüre {pl}; Sprungschnüre {pl}
skipping rope [Br.]; jump rope [Am.]
skipping ropes; jump ropes
Mehrfachlochung (einer Spalte)
multiple punching
Mehrfachbild (auf Bildschirm)
multiple image
Vielfachfeld
multiple field
Fruchtstand {m}; Fruchtverband {m}; Fruktifizenz {f} [bot.]
multiple fruit
Nutzen {m} [print]
multiple; copy
Mehrfach...
multi-; multiple
Vielfachzugriff {m}
multiple access
Mehrlingsschwangerschaft {f} [med.]
multiple pregnancy
mehrfache Genauigkeit
multiple precision
Mehrfachnutzung {f} (von Wasser usw.)
multiple use (of water etc.)
Mehrfachlochung {f} (einer Spalte) [comp.]
multiple punching
Mehrfachbild {n} (auf Bildschirm)
multiple image
Mehrfachbelichtung {f}
multiple exposure
Mehrfachbelegung {f}
multiple occupancy
Vielfachsteckdose {f}
multiple socket
Nutzen {m} (Druckindustrie)
multiple, copy
Mehrplatzarbeit
multiple activity
Mehrfach...
multi-, multiple
Filialladen
multiple store
mehrfache Risiken
multiple perils
Kettenladen (Br.)
multiple-shop
Filialladen
multiple shop
mehrgerüstig {adj} [techn.]
multiple-stand
Lamellenkupplung
multiple disc clutch
mehrläufig {adj} (Schusswaffe) [mil.]
multiple-barrel (gun)
graphische Darstellung der Mehrplatzarbeit
multiple activity chart
Vielstellenmesseinrichtung {f}
multiple measuring equipment
Multiple Sklerose {f} (MS) [med.]
multiple sclerosis (MS)
Mehrmaschinenbedienung
multiple machine work
Mehrfachbeschäftigung
multiple job holding
Mehrmaschinenbedienung {f}
multiple machine work
Mehrfamilienhaus
multiple family dwelling
Mehrkernmodell {n} (Stadtmodell) [geogr.]
multiple nuclei model
Mehrfachallel {n} (DNS) [biol.]
multiple allele (DNA)
Multiple Sklerose {f} MS [med.]
multiple sclerosis MS
Kettenladenunternehmen
multiple store enterprise
Person mit Nebentätigkeiten
multiple job holder
Mehrscheibenkupplung
multiple disc clutch
Termingeschäft {n} (Börse) [fin.]
Termingeschäfte {pl}
Termingeschäfte betreiben
Termingeschäfte anhand von Aktienindizes
dealing in futures; forward transaction operation; futures transaction operation; time bargain; dealing for the account settlement [Br.] (stock exchange)
transactions for future forward delivery; futures
to trade in futures
stock index futures trading
ineinander schachtelbar; ineinander stellbar; stapelbar {adv}
Mehrere Wannen können ineinander gestapelt werden.
nestably
Multiple tubs can be nastably stacked.
eine Anweisung, viele Daten (parallele Datenverarbeitung) [comp.]
SIMD : single instruction, multiple data
Störzählungen {pl} (Kerntechnik) [techn.]
multiple tube counts (nuclear engineering)
eine Anweisung viele Daten (parallele Datenverarbeitung) [comp.]
single instruction multiple data SIMD
Mehrabschnittsignalsystem {n} (Bahn)
multiple block signal(l)ing (railway)
Strang {m}
rope
Seil
rope
Seil, Strick
rope
absperren (mit Seilen)
to rope off
anseilen
rope up
abseilen
rope down
Seil, Tau
rope
Seilwirbel {m}
rope socket
Illusion {f}
rope of sand
Anseilschutz {m} [techn.]
rope protection
Anschlagseil {n} [mach.] [techn.]
stopping rope
Abfangtau {n} (Befahreinrichtung) [mach.]
safety rope
sich abseilen {vr} (vom Hubschrauber) [mil.]
to fast rope
Seilspeer {m} (Bohrtechnik)
rope spear
Haspelförderung {f} [min.]
rope haulage
Illusion
rope of sand
Seilspannung {f}; Seilzug {m}
rope pull
Seiltrieb {m}
rope drive
Seilklemme {f}
rope clamp
Liektau {n}
bolt rope
Seilfestpunkt {m}
rope anchorage
Seillänge {f}
rope length
Seilkeil {m}
rope wedge
Zugseil
towing rope
Schote
sheet rope
Seilablenkung {f}
rope deflection
Seil {n}, Tau {n}
Seile {pl}
rope
ropes
Strickleiter
rope ladder
Reep {n}, Leine {f}
rope, line
Pressklemme {f} für Drahtseile
rope clip
Reep {n}; Leine {f}
rope; line
Abschleppseil
tow rope
Totseil {n}
dead rope
Seilspleiße {f}
rope splicing
Fadenziehen {n} (Brot)
rope of bread
Seilspannung {f}, Seilzug {m}
rope pull
Seilspannfeder {f}
rope tensioner
Geschossrahmen {m}; Geschoßrahmen {m} [Ös.] [constr.]
Geschossrahmen {pl}; Geschoßrahmen {pl}
storey frame [Br.]; story frame [Am.]; multiple frame
storey frames; story frames; multiple frames
Wasserfall {m}; Fälle {pl} (großer Wasserfall) [geogr.]
Wasserfälle {pl}
waterfall; fall of water; Falls (in names of big waterfalls); linn [Scot.] [obs.]
waterfalls
Drahtseillitze {f}
wire rope strand
jemandem freie Hand lassen
to give someone plenty of rope
absperren {vt} (mit Seilen)
absperrend
abgesperrt
to rope off
roping off
roped off
Seilzug {m} (Hebezeug)
wire rope hoist
Seifiges
soapy seil rope
Lose {n} (eines Taus) [naut.]
slack (of a rope or a hawser)
Schlepptau {n}
dragrope; trail rope
Seilrollenverlagerung {f}
rope pulley support
Schlepptau {n}, Schleppseil {n}
tow rope, towline
Seiltriebgruppe {f}
rope mechanism group
Seilsicherheit {f}
rope safety factor
Seilendbeschläge {pl} [techn.]
rope end fittings
Seilabgangswinkel {m}, Seilaustrittswinkel {m}
angle of rope departure
Schlepptau {n}
dragrope, trail rope
Schlaffseilschalter {m}
slack rope switch
Schlepptau {n}; Schleppseil {n}
tow rope; towline
anseilen
anseilend
angeseilt
to rope up
roping up
roped up
Seilabgangswinkel {m}; Seilaustrittswinkel {m}
angle of rope departure
Seiltrommelverlagerung {f}
rope drum support
Hanfseil {n}, Hanfstrick {m}
hemp rope, hempen
Keilendklemme {f} für Drahtseil [techn.]
wire rope anchorage
Hanfseil {n}; Hanfstrick {m}; Hanftau {n}
hemp rope; hempen
jdn. anseilen {vt}
to fasten sb. with a rope
Börsentermingeschäft {n}; Börsetermingeschäft {n} [Ös.]; Termingeschäft {n} [fin.]
Börsentermingeschäfte {pl}; Börsetermingeschäfte {pl}; Termingeschäfte {pl}
operation transaction in futures; forward exchange operation transaction; time bargain; dealing for the account [Br.]
operations transactions in future; forward exchange operations transactions; time bargains; dealings for the account
Arbeitsweise {f} [mach.]
Arbeitsweisen {pl}
working principle; operating principle; mode of operation
working principles; operating principles; modes of operation
Börsengeschäft {n}; Börsegeschäft {n} [Ös.] [fin.]
Börsengeschäfte {pl}; Börsegeschäfte {pl}
Börsengeschäfte machen
stock exchange operation dealing transaction; stock market bargain [Br.]
stock exchange operation dealing transactions; stock market bargains
to deal on the stock exchange
ausfallen, herausfallen, ausgehen
ausfallend, herausfallend, ausgehend
ausgefallen, herausgefallen, ausgegangen
es fällt aus
es fiel aus
es ist
war ausgefallen
to fall out
falling out
fallen out
it falls out
it fell out
it has
had fallen out
Kurseinbruch {m}
Kurseinbrüche {pl}
fall in prices; slump
falls in prices; slumps
Kurseinbruch {m}
Kurseinbrüche {pl}
fall in prices, slump
falls in prices, slumps
ausfallen; herausfallen; ausgehen {vi}
ausfallend; herausfallend; ausgehend
ausgefallen; herausgefallen; ausgegangen
es fällt aus
es fiel aus
es ist war ausgefallen
to fall out
falling out
fallen out
it falls out
it fell out
it has had fallen out
Zugseil {n} [min.]
coal cutter traction rope
Dreikantlitzenseil {n}
triangular strand wire rope
Seilförderung {f}
Seilförderung {f} (in ansteigenden Strecken)
rope haulage
funicular traction
Strickleiter {f}
Strickleitern {pl}
rope ladder; corded ladder
rope ladders; corded ladders
Strickleiter {f}
Strickleitern {pl}
rope ladder, jacobs ladder
rope ladders, jacobs ladders
Elektroseilzug {m}
electric wire rope hoist
durchrutschen; schlüpfen {vi} (Seil an einem Spill)
durchrutschend; schlüpfend
durchgerutscht; geschlüpft
to surge (rope at a capstan)
surging
surged
Ablegereife {f} (Drahtseil) [techn.]
replacement state of wear (wire rope)
Tiefziehen {n} [techn.]
Tiefziehen im Erstzug; Erstzug
Tiefziehen im Weiterschlag; Weiterzug
Tiefziehen mit Gummikissen; Guerin-Verfahren
kombiniertes Tiefziehen und Abstreckziehen
kombiniertes Tiefziehen und Weiterziehen
Tiefziehen mit gleitendem Niederhalter
drawing; deep-drawing; cup-drawing
first-operation drawing
second-operation drawing; redrawing
Guerin process
drawing and ironing process; draw and iron method; D+I process method
draw-and-redraw process; D+R process method
slip thermoforming
Operation {f} [med.]
sich operieren lassen; sich einer Operation unterziehen
operiert werden müssen
surgery; operation
to undergo surgery; to have an operation
to need surgery
Bullenstander {m} [naut.]
lazy guy; bull pendant; check rope
Bullenstander {m} [naut.]
lazy guy, bull pendant, check rope
Jahrestag {m}; Jubiläum {n}; Wiederkehr {f} (eines Gedenktages)
Jahrestage {pl}
Tag der deutschen Einheit
Am 10. April ist der 5. Jahrestag jährt sich zum 5. Mal der rassistische Übergriff von Winterbach.
anniversary
anniversaries
anniversary of German unification
The 5th anniversary of the racist attack in Winterbach falls on 10 April.
Schäkel {m}; Kuhmaul {n} [ugs.] (U-förmiger Verbindungsbügel) [naut.] [techn.]
Schäkel {pl}
Schäkel für Ketten
Anbringen eines Schäkels
shackle
shackles
chain joint; clevis
capping (of a rope)
Strang {m} (Seil)
jdn. zum Tod durch den Strang verurteilen
zum Tod durch den Strang verurteilt werden
rope
to sentence sb. to be hanged
to be sentenced to death by hanging
Probebetrieb {m}
Probebetriebe {pl}
trial operation; test operation; trial run
trial operations; test operations; trial runs
Betriebsart {f}; Betriebsweise {f}; Betriebsbedingungen {pl} [techn.]
Betriebsarten {pl}; Betriebsweisen {pl}
Betriebsart Automatik
Betriebsart Einrichten
Betriebsart Hand
Betriebsart Schrittsetzen
Betriebsart Teilautomatik
Betriebsart Tippen
operating mode; mode of operation
operating modes; modes of operation
automatic mode
initial setting mode
manual mode
step setting mode
semi-automatic mode
inching mode
Niagarafälle {pl} (Wasserfälle zwischen Ontario Kanada und New York USA) [geogr.]
Niagara
Niagara Falls (waterfalls between Ontario Canada and New York USA)
Niagara (Indian for "neck of land" or "land cut in two")
Strangzahl {f}
number of strands, number of falls
Strangzahl {f}
number of strands; number of falls
Kooperation
co operation
wirksam werden
come into operation
Arbeitsverrichtung
operation
Mitwirkung, Zusammenarbeit
co-operation
Arbeitsweise {f}; Funktionsweise {f}
operation
Unternehmung {f}, Unternehmen {n}
operation
Unternehmung {f}; Unternehmen {n}
operation
Handlung, Operation, Betrieb
operation
betrieb
operation
Taetigkeit
operation
Operation
operation
Bedienung
operation
Arbeitsgang, Bedienung
operation
service
operation
cycle
operation
Operation, Maschinenbedienung
operation
Arbeitsweise {f}, Funktionsweise {f}
operation
Nulloperation (NOP)
no-operation
Drahtseil {n}
Drahtseile {pl}
wire rope, wire cable, cable rope
wire ropes, wire cables, cable ropes
Drahtseil {n}
Drahtseile {pl}
wire rope; wire cable; cable rope
wire ropes; wire cables; cable ropes
Wirkungsweise {f} [techn.]
Wirkungsweisen {pl}
mode of operation; mode of action; mode of functioning
modes of operation action functioning
Betriebszeit {f}
operation time
Ortsbetrieb {m}; Nahbetrieb {m} [telco.]
local operation
Funktionsablauf {m} [techn.]
operation sequence
außer Dienst; außer Betrieb; kaputt; nicht funktionierend
out of commission; out-of-operation
Kraftbetätigung {f}; Betätigung {f} mit Motorantrieb; Kraftstellung {f} [techn.]
power-operation
Akkubetrieb {m} [techn.]
battery operation
Betriebszeiten {pl}
hours of operation
Deponiebetreibung {f} [envir.]
landfill operation
Undercovereinsatz {m}; verdeckte Operation {f}
sting operation
Batteriebetrieb {m} [electr.]
battery operation
Parallelbetrieb {m}
parallel operation
Operationsteil {m}
operation part
Betriebsmodus {m} [comp.]
operation mode
Lauschangriff {m} (gegen)
bugging operation (on)
Whitehead'sche Hämorrhoidenoperation {f} [med.]
Whitehead's operation
Trockenlauf {m} [mach.]
dry operation
Tätigkeit {f}
Tätigkeiten {pl}
operation
operations
Inselbetrieb {m} [techn.]
isolated operation
Implikation {f}; WENN-DANN-Operation {f} [comp.]
inclusion; IF-THEN operation
Handeingriff {m}
manual operation
Start-Stop-Betrieb {m} [comp.]
asynchronous operation
Methanolbetrieb {m}
methanol operation
Abbauvorgang {m} [min.]
mining operation
Nachtbetrieb {m}
night operation
Nulloperation {f}
no-operation NOP
wiederherstellende Operation {f}; rekonstruktive Operation {f} [med.]
reconstructive operation
Einpressen {n}
press-in operation
explorative Operation {f}; diagnostischer Eingriff {m} [med.]
exploratory operation
Wirkungsprinzip {n}
principle of operation
Allwetterflugbetrieb {m} [aviat.]
all weather operation
in Betrieb setzen
put into operation
Schoenheitsoperation
plastic operation
Arbeitsgang {m}
shop operation
Betriebszeit
operation time
Arbeitsgangbeschreibung {f}
description of operation
Operationsteil
operation part
Aufnahme {f} (aus der Luft) von Kräften aus der Tiefe des feindlichen Raumes [mil.]
extraction operation
Bedienung {f}, Handhabung {f}
Bedienungen {pl}, Handhabungen {pl}
operation
operations
Betriebsweise
method of operation
angeschlossene Operation
connected operation
Arbeitsgang
shop operation
in Betrieb setzen
to put into operation
Wechselbetrieb
alternating operation
A-Betrieb {m}
class-A operation
Abschaltbetrieb {m}
turn-off operation
Handarbeit
manual operation
Dreharbeit
turning operation
Anzapfbetrieb {m}
extraction operation
Sicherungsaktion
backup operation
automatischer Betriebszustand
automatic operation
Start-Stopbetrieb
asynchronous operation
Normalbetrieb {m}
normal operation
Nulloperation {f}
no-operation (NOP)
Polizeieinsatz {m}
police operation
Sicherungsaktion {f} [comp.]
backup operation
Rettungsaktion {f}
rescue operation
Marketingmaßnahme {f}
marketing operation
arithmetische Operation, Rechenoperation
arithmetic operation
Automatikbetrieb {m} [mach.] [techn.]
automated operation
Einsatz {m}
action, operation
Großfahndung {f}
dragnet operation
Kooperation {f}
cooperation, co-operation
Zusammenspiel {n}
teamwork, co-operation
Arbeitsgebiet
area of operation
Versuchsbetrieb
test operation
Betriebskosten
cost of operation
Endbearbeitung
finishing operation
für den Vorgang erforderlich
required for the operation
Betrieb eines Kraftfahrzeugs
operation of a vehicle
für den Vorgang üblich
customary to the operation
Kassageschäft
spot operation
kraft Gesetzes
by operation of law
Maschinenbearbeitungsvorgang
machining operation
Betriebszeit
time of operation
eingesetzter Maschinenpark
machinery in operation
Bedienung {f}; Handhabung {f}
Bedienungen {pl}; Handhabungen {pl}
operation
operations
Betriebsdauer
time of operation
Betriebsart
mode of operation
Dauerbetrieb
continuous operation
der Inkassovorgang
the collecting operation
Notoperation {f}
emergency operation
Betriebsanalyse
operation analysis
Zusammenspiel {n}
teamwork; co-operation
der Inkassovorgang
the operation of collection
Beschreibung der Arbeitsweise
operation breakdown
Arbeitsgeschwindigkeit
speed of operation
Montagetätigkeit
assembly operation
Parallelverfahren
parallel operation
Versuchsbetrieb
pilot operation
Arbeitsvorbereitung
planning operation
betriebsbereit
ready for operation
Bearbeitungsgeschwindigkeit
speed of operation
arithmetische Rechenoperation
arithmetic operation
Großeinsatz {m}
large scale operation
Start-Stop-Betrieb {m} [comp.]
start-stop operation
störungsfreier Betriebsablauf
failure-free operation
Scheinkauf {m} (von Rauschgift durch Drogenfahnder)
controlled buy operation
Teilzeitbetrieb
part time operation
Telefonbetrieb {m}; Telefonverkehr {m}; Fernsprechbetrieb {m} (veraltend) [telco.]
telephone operation; telphony
Zugriffsoperationscode {m}
access operation code
Vollzeitbetrieb
full-time operation
nichtdecodierbarer Operationsteil
operation code trap
Polizeikontrolle {f} (Verkehrskontrolle bei der ein Fahrzeug angehalten wird)
stop and search (operation)
Kurzzeitbetrieb {m}
short time operation
eine abenteuerliche Sache
a cloak and dagger operation
Nobel'sche Faltungsoperation {f} [med.]
Noble's plication operation
Heißreservebetrieb {m} [mil.]
hot standby operation
geheime Kommandosache; Nacht-und-Nebel-Aktion
cloak-and-dagger operation
Netzbetrieb {m}
power supply operation
Meineke-Mikulicz'sche Magenausgangserweiterung Magenpförtnererweiterung {f} [med.]
Heineke-Mikulicz operation
Einbrennen {n}; Voraltern {n} (Restbetrieb) [electr.]
burn-in (test operation)
Zugriffsoperationscode
access operation code
hoehere Rechenart
advanced arithmetic operation
Operationsradius {m}
operation radius, range
Start-Stop-Betrieb
start-stop operation
Kurzzeitbetrieb {m}
short-time operation
Raumladungsbetrieb {m}
space charge operation
logisches Zusammenführen {n} (von Daten in einer Datenbank) [comp.]
join operation (in a database)
Operationsradius {m}
operation radius; range
Einmannbetrieb {m}
one-man operation OMO
Grosseinsatz
large scale operation
die mit dem Vorgang betraute Bank
the bank to which the operation is entrusted
Arbeitsvorgang {m}
process, cycle, operation
Wärmedämmverglasung {f}; Mehrscheiben-Isolierglas {n} MIG ; Thermopane-Glas [tm] {n} [constr.]
Insulated glazing IG ; multiple glazing (unit); thermopane glass [tm]
Plasmozytom {n}; multiples Myelom {n}; Myelomatose {f}; Kahler-Krankheit {f} [med.]
plasma cell myeloma; multiple myeloma; myelomatosis; Kahler's disease
Fallschirmsprungoperation {f} [mil.]
Fallschirmsprungoperationen {pl}
eine Fallschirmsprungoperation durchführen {f} [mil.]
parachute assault, airborne operation, airdrop
parachute assaults, airborne operations, airdrops
to conduct a parachute assault, to conduct an airborne operation, to conduct an airdrop

Deutsche Synonyme für Mehrseilbetrieb {m}

Englische Synonyme für multiple falls of rope operation

Lexikoneinträge für multiple falls of rope operation

Glass-rope (n.) A remarkable vitreous sponge, of the genus Hyalonema, first brought from Japan. It has a long stem, consisting of a bundle of long and large, glassy, siliceous fibers, twisted together.
Guess rope () A guess warp.
Guest rope () The line by which a boat makes fast to the swinging boom.
Multiple (a.) Containing more than once, or more than one
Multiple (n.) A quantity containing another quantity a number of times without a remainder.
Operation (n.) The act or process of operating
Operation (n.) The method of working
Operation (n.) That which is operated or accomplished
Operation (n.) Effect produced
Operation (n.) Something to be done
Operation (n.) Any methodical action of the hand, or of the hand with instruments, on the human body, to produce a curative or remedial effect, as in amputation, etc.
Rope (n.) A large, stout cord, usually one not less than an inch in circumference, made of strands twisted or braided together. It differs from cord, line, and string, only in its size. See Cordage.
Rope (n.) A row or string consisting of a number of things united, as by braiding, twining, etc.
Rope (n.) The small intestines
Rope (v. i.) To be formed into rope
Rope (v. t.) To bind, fasten, or tie with a rope or cord
Rope (v. t.) To connect or fasten together, as a party of mountain climbers, with a rope.
Rope (v. t.) To partition, separate, or divide off, by means of a rope, so as to include or exclude something
Rope (v. t.) To lasso (a steer, horse).
Rope (v. t.) To draw, as with a rope
Rope (v. t.) To prevent from winning (as a horse), by pulling or curbing.
Rope's-end (v. t.) To punish with a rope's end.
Rope-yarn (n.) the yarn or thread of any stuff of which the strands of a rope are made.
Top-rope (n.) A rope used for hoisting and lowering a topmast, and for other purposes.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

multiple voting the act of voting in more than one place by the same person at the same election (illegal in U.S.)
operation the activity of operating something (a machine or business etc.), her smooth operation of the vehicle gave us a surprisingly comfortable ride
operation a planned activity involving many people performing various actions, they organized a rescue operation, the biggest police operation in French history, running a restaurant is quite an operation, consolidate the companies various operations
rescue operation an operation organized to free from danger or confinement
undercover operation an operation involving secret work within a community or institution
buy-and-bust operation an undercover operation by narcotics detectives to catch unsuspecting drug dealers
rope-a-dope a boxing tactic: pretending to be trapped against the ropes while your opponent wears himself out throwing punches
jump rope a child's game or a cardiopulmonary exercise in which the player jumps over a swinging rope
operation procedure a process or series of acts especially of a practical or mechanical nature involved in a particular form of work, the operations in building a house, certain machine tool operations
operation
surgery surgical operation
surgical procedure
surgical process
a medical procedure involving an incision with instruments, performed to repair damage or arrest disease in a living body, they will schedule the operation as soon as an operating room is available, he died while undergoing surgery
eye operation
eye surgery
any surgical procedure involving the eyes
sexhange operation
transsexual surgery
surgical procedures and hormonal treatments designed to alter a person's sexual characteristics so that the resemble those of the opposite sex
Shirodkar's operation
purse-string operation
a surgical procedure in which a suture is used to close the cervix in a pregnant woman, is performed when the cervix has failed to retain previous pregnancies
suicide mission
martyr operation
sacrifice operation
killing or injuring others while annihilating yourself, usually accomplished with a bomb
sting operation a complicated confidence game planned and executed with great care (especially an operation implemented by undercover agents to apprehend criminals)
riot control
riot control operation
the measures taken to control a riot
mathematical process
mathematical operation
operation
(mathematics) calculation by mathematical methods, the problems at the end of the chapter demonstrated the mathematical processes involved in the derivation, they were learning the basic operations of arithmetic
arithmetic operation a mathematical operation involving numbers
matrix operation a mathematical operation involving matrices
operation military operation activity by a military or naval force (as a maneuver or campaign), it was a joint operation of the navy and air force
combined operation a military operation carried out cooperatively by two or more allied nations or a military operation carried out by coordination of sea, land, and air forces
maneuver manoeuvre simulated military operation a military training exercise
peacekeeping
peacekeeping mission
peacekeeping operation
the activity of keeping the peace by military forces (especially when international military forces enforce a truce between hostile groups or nations)
amphibious operation a military operation by both land and sea forces
intelligence
intelligence activity
intelligence operation
the operation of gathering information about an enemy
clandestine operation an intelligence operation so planned and executed as to insure concealment
exfiltration operation a clandestine rescue operation to bring a defector or refugee or an operative and family out of danger
psychological operation
psyop
military actions designed to influence the perceptions and attitudes of individuals, groups, and foreign governments
covert operation an intelligence operation so planned as to permit plausible denial by the sponsor
black operation a covert operation not attributable to the organization carrying it out
overt operation the collection of intelligence openly without concealment
operation a business especially one run on a large scale, a large-scale farming operation, a multinational operation, they paid taxes on every stage of the operation, they had to consolidate their operations
field
field of operation
line of business
a particular kind of commercial enterprise, they are outstanding in their field
Meuse
Meuse River
Argonne
Argonne Forest
Meuse-Argonne
Meuse-Argonne operation
an American operation in World War I (), American troops under Pershing drove back the German armies which were saved only by the armistice on November
Operation Desert Storm the United States and its allies defeated Iraq in a ground war that lasted hours ()
anchor chain
anchor rope
the chain or rope that attaches an anchor to a vessel
guide rope a rope used to guide the movement of the load of a crane
guy
guy cable
guy wire
guy rope
a cable, wire, or rope that is used to brace something (especially a tent)
hangman's rope
hangman's halter
halter hemp
hempen necktie
a rope that is used by a hangman to execute persons who have been condemned to death by hanging
jump rope
skip rope
skipping rope
a length of rope (usually with handles on each end) that is swung around while someone jumps over it
R-
Mexican valium
rophy
rope roofy
roach forget me drug
circle
street names for flunitrazepan
ridge rope either of a pair of lifelines running alongside the bowsprit of a ship
rope a strong line
rope bridge a bridge consisting of ropes
rope ladder a ladder with side pieces of rope
rope tow a ski tow offering only a moving rope to hold onto
ropewalk
rope yard
workplace consisting of a long narrow path or shed where rope is made
rope yarn the strands out of which ropes are made
towline
towrope
towing line
towing rope
(nautical) a rope used in towing
process
cognitive process
mental process
operation
cognitive operation
(psychology) the performance of some composite cognitive activity, an operation that affects mental contents, the process of thinking, the cognitive operation of remembering
multiple the product of a quantity by an integer, is a multiple of
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
law of multiple proportions
Dalton's law
(chemistry) law stating that when two elements can combine to form more than one compound the amounts of one of them that combines with a fixed amount of the other will exhibit a simple multiple relation
multiple regression
multiple correlation
a statistical technique that predicts values of one variable on the basis of two or more other variables
multiple correlation coefficient an estimate of the combined influence of two or more variables on the observed (dependent) variable
operation code
order code
the portion of a set of operation descriptions that specifies the operation to be performed, the set of operations in a computer
Idaho Falls a town in southeastern Idaho on the Snake River
Twin Falls a town on the Snake River in south central Idaho near the Twin Falls
Great Falls a town in central Montana on the Missouri river, a center of extensive hydroelectric power
Niagara Falls a city in western New York State at the falls of the Niagara river, tourist attraction and honeymoon resort
Klamath Falls a town in southern Oregon near the California border
Sioux Falls largest city in South Dakota, located in southeastern South Dakota
Wichita Falls a city in north central Texas near the Oklahoma border
American Falls a part of Niagara Falls in western New York (north of Buffalo)
Angel
Angel Falls
the highest waterfall, has more than one leap, flow varies seasonally
Canadian Falls
Horseshoe Falls
a part of Niagara Falls in Ontario
Cuquenan
Cuquenan Falls
Kukenaam
Kukenaam Falls
a famous waterfall in Venezuela
Iguazu
Iguazu Falls
Iguassu
Iguassu Falls
Victoria Falls
a large waterfall on the border between Argentina and Brazil
multiple star a system of three or more stars associated by gravity
Niagara Niagara Falls waterfall in Canada is the Horseshoe Falls, in the United States it is the American Falls
Paulo Afonso
Paulo Afonso Falls
a major waterfall in northeastern Brazil
Sete Quedas
Guaira
Guaira Falls
a great waterfall on the border between Brazil and Paraguay
Tugela
Tugela Falls
a major waterfall in southern Africa, has more than one leap
Twin
Twin Falls
a waterfall in the Snake River in southern Idaho
Urubupunga
Urubupunga Falls
a waterfall in the Parana river in Brazil
Victoria
Victoria Falls
a waterfall in the Zambezi River on the border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, diminishes seasonally
waterfall
falls
a steep descent of the water of a river
Yosemite
Yosemite Falls
a series of waterfalls in Yosemite National Park in California, is reduced to a trickle for part of each year
ropemaker
rope-maker
roper
a craftsman who makes ropes
falls the petals or sepals of a flower that bend downward (especially the outer perianth of an iris)
aggregate fruit
multiple fruit
syncarp
fruit consisting of many individual small fruits or drupes derived from separate ovaries within a common receptacle: e.g. blackberry, raspberry, pineapple
asynchronous operation operations that occur without a regular or predictable time relation to other events
auxiliary operation
off-line operation
a operation performed by off-line equipment not under the control of the central processing unit
boolean operation
binary operation
binary arithmetic operation
an operation that follows the rules of Boolean algebra, each operand and the result take one of two values
computer operation
machine operation
an elementary operation that a computer is designed and built to perform
concurrent operation two or more operations performed at the same time (or within a give interval)
control operation
control function
an operation that controls the recording or processing or transmission of interpretation of data, a control operation started the data processing
dyadic operation an operation on exactly two operands
fixedycle operation an operation that is completed in a specified number of regularly timed execution cycles
floating-point operation
flop
an arithmetic operation performed on floating-point numbers, this computer can perform a million flops per second
logic operation
logical operation
an operation that follows the rules of symbolic logic
majority operation a threshold operation in which each operand is
or , output is if and only if more than half the operands have the value
monadic operation
unary operation
an operation with exactly one operand
multiplex operation an operation in which two or more activities are interleaved
operation (computer science) data processing in which the result is completely specified by a rule (especially the processing that results from a single instruction), it can perform millions of operations per second
operation functioning
performance
process or manner of functioning or operating, the power of its engine determines its operation, the plane's operation in high winds, they compared the cooking performance of each oven, the jet's performance conformed to high standards
parallel operation
simultaneous operation
the simultaneous execution of two or more operations
printing operation an operation that controls the printing or display of information
real-time processing
real-time operation
data processing fast enough to keep up with an outside process
serial operation
sequential operation
consecutive operation
the sequential execution of operations one after another

 

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