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skeleton Englisch Deutsch Übersetzung

Rahmentarif {m}
Rahmentarife {pl}
skeleton tariff
skeleton tariffs
Skelettbauweise {f}
skeleton construction, skeleton structure
Gespensterkrebs {m} (Phtisica marina) [zool.]
Gespensterkrebsen {pl}
skeleton shrimp
skeleton shrimps
Geripplinie {f}
Geripplinien {pl}
skeleton line
skeleton lines
Leiche {f}
Leichen {pl}
eine Leiche im Keller haben [übtr.]
dead body
dead bodies
to have a skeleton in the cupboard [Br.], to have a skeleton in the closet [Am.] [fig.]
Skelett, Knochengeruest
Not..., Minimal...
Hauptschlüssel {m}; Generalschlüssel {m}
skeleton key
Not...; Minimal...
Minimalbesetzung {f}; Rumpfbesetzung {f}; Notbesetzung {f}
skeleton staff
Minimalbesatzung {f}
skeleton crew
Minimalbetrieb {m}; Notbetrieb {m}; Notdienst {m}
skeleton service
Notmannschaft {f}
skeleton crew
Bodenskelett {n}
soil skeleton
Skelett {n}; Knochengerüst {n} [anat.]
Skelette {pl}; Knochengerüste {pl}
Skelettbauweise {f}; Stahlgerippebau {m} [constr.]
skeleton construction
Skeleton {n}; Skeletonsport {m} [sport]
skeleton; tobogganing
Stammbesatzung {f}
skeleton crew
Du hast Dreck am Stecken. [übtr.]
You have a skeleton in your closet. [fig.]
Dietrich {m}
picklock; skeleton key
Minimalbesetzung {f}, Notbesetzung {f}
skeleton staff
Mantelvertrag, Rahmenvertrag
skeleton agreement
Minimalbetrieb {m}, Notbetrieb {m}, Notdienst {m}
skeleton service
Gerippe {n}
skeleton, scrag
Skelett {n}, Knochengerüst {n} [anat.]
Skelette {pl}, Knochengerüste {pl}
Dietrich {m}
picklock, skeleton key
skeleton agreement
Abfallgitter {n} (beim Stanzen) [techn.]
waste skeleton; matrix
Rahmenabkommen {n}
Rahmenabkommen {pl}
skeleton agreement; basic agreement
skeleton agreements; basic agreements
Rahmenabkommen {n}
Rahmenabkommen {pl}
skeleton agreement, basic agreement
skeleton agreements, basic agreements
Knorpelskelett {n}
Knorpelskelette {pl}
cartilaginous skeleton, cartilageous skeleton
cartilaginous skeletons, cartilageous skeletons
Rahmenvertrag {m}, Mantelvertrag {m}
Rahmenverträge {pl}, Mantelverträge {pl}
basic agreement, skeleton agreement
basic agreements, skeleton agreements
Knorpelskelett {n}
Knorpelskelette {pl}
cartilaginous skeleton; cartilageous skeleton
cartilaginous skeletons; cartilageous skeletons
Rahmenvertrag {m}; Mantelvertrag {m}
Rahmenverträge {pl}; Mantelverträge {pl}
basic agreement; skeleton agreement
basic agreements; skeleton agreements
Prinzipschaltbild {n} [electr.]
Prinzipschaltbilder {pl}
basic circuit wiring diagram; elementary skeleton diagram
basic circuit wiring diagrams; elementary skeleton diagrams
Nacktfarn {m} (Psilotum nudum) [bot.]
whisk fern; bush moss; skeleton fork fern
jdn. etw. etw. taufen; jd. etw. als etw. abstempeln; jdn. etw. als etw. titulieren
taufend; abstempelnd; titulierend
getauft; abgestempelt; tituliert
als Verbrecher abgestempelt werden
Das Skelett wurde in den Alpen gefunden und "Eismann" getauft.
to name sth.; to label sth.; to dub sth. sth.
naming; labeling; dubbing
named; labeled; dubbed
to be labelled a criminal
The skeleton was found in the Alps and dubbed "The Iceman".
Baugerippe {n}; Gerippe {n}; Gerüst {n}; Skelett {n}; Fachwerk {n} [constr.]
räumliches Fachwerk; Raumfachwerk
Dachgerüst {n}; Dachstuhl {m}
truss; skeleton; framework; trelliswork; latticework
framework in space
framework of a roof
Rahmengesetz {n}
Rahmengesetze {pl}
skeleton law; framework law
framework laws
Rahmengesetz {n}
Rahmengesetze {pl}
skeleton law, framework law
framework laws
Fahrbahnrost {m}; Fahrbahngerippe {f} (Brücke) [constr.]
floor grid; floor framing; floor skeleton (bridge)
Leiche {f}
Leichen {pl}
eine Leiche im Keller haben [übtr.]
eine Leiche fleddern
Du siehst aus wie eine Leiche.
dead body
dead bodies
to have a skeleton in the cupboard [Br.] closet [Am.] [fig.]
to rob a dead body
You look like death.

Deutsche Synonyme für Rahmentarif {m} / Rahmentarife {pl}

Englische Synonyme für skeleton tariff

skeleton  abbreviation  abbreviature  abrege  abridgment  abstract  adumbrate  anatomy  appendicular skeleton  ashes  axial skeleton  backing  barebones  bean pole  beanstalk  bearing  block out  blueprint  body  bones  brief  broomstick  brouillon  bushing  cadaver  cadre  capsule  carcass  carrion  cartoon  case  casement  casing  chalk  chart  chassis  clay  clothes pole  compend  condensation  condensed version  configuration  conspectus  contour  copy  corpse  corpus delicti  crowbait  dead body  dead man  dead person  decedent  delineation  design  diagram  digest  doorframe  draft  drawing  dry bones  dust  earth  ebauche  elevation  embalmed corpse  epitome  esquisse  exoskeleton  fabric  features  figuration  figure  food for worms  frame  framework  framing  gestalt  graph  ground plan  gruel  head  house plan  hulk  ichnography  infrastructure  lanky  late lamented  lath  lattice  latticework  lineaments  lines  main features  mere shadow  mere wreck  mortal remains  mount  mounting  mummification  mummy  nervous wreck  organic remains  outline  overview  pandect  paper  pattern  picture frame  plot  precis  profile  projection  rail  rake  rattlebones  rattletrap  relics  relief  reliquiae  remains  review  rough  rubric  ruin  ruins  sash  setting  shadow  shapes  shaving  shell  shortened version  silhouette  skeletal  sketch  slat  slim  slip  soup  spindlelegs  spindleshanks  splinter  stack of bones  stiff  stilt  streak  survey  syllabus  synopsis  table  tenement of clay  the dead  the deceased  the defunct  the departed  the loved one  thumbnail sketch  topical outline  tournure  twiggy  underframe  vein  wafer  walking skeleton  window case  window frame  working drawing  wreck  

Lexikoneinträge für skeleton

Skeleton (n.) The bony and cartilaginous framework which supports the soft parts of a vertebrate animal.
Skeleton (n.) The more or less firm or hardened framework of an invertebrate animal.
Skeleton (n.) A very thin or lean person.
Skeleton (n.) The framework of anything
Skeleton (n.) The heads and outline of a literary production, especially of a sermon.
Skeleton (a.) Consisting of, or resembling, a skeleton
Splanchno-skeleton (n.) That part of the skeleton connected with the sense organs and the viscera.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

skeleton shrimp small amphipod crustacean having a grotesque form suggestive of the praying mantis, found chiefly on seaweed
skeletal frame
frame underframe
the internal supporting structure that gives an artifact its shape, the building has a steel skeleton
skeleton key a passkey with much of the bit filed away so that it can open different locks
skeletal system
systema skeletale
the hard structure (bones and cartilages) that provides a frame for the body of an animal
appendicular skeleton the part of the skeleton that includes the pectoral girdle and the pelvic girdle and the upper and lower limbs
axial skeleton the part of the skeleton that includes the skull and spinal column and sternum and ribs
skeleton in the closet
skeleton in the cupboard
a scandal that is kept secret, there must be a skeleton somewhere in that family's closet
skeleton fork fern
Psilotum nudum
pantropical epiphytic or terrestrial whisk fern with usually dull yellow branches and minute leaves, America, Japan, Australia
skeleton something reduced to its minimal form, the battalion was a mere skeleton of its former self, the bare skeleton of a novel


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The skeleton is the body part that forms the supporting structure of an organism. There are several different skeletal types: the exoskeleton, which is the stable outer shell of an organism, the endoskeleton, which forms the support structure inside the body, the hydroskeleton, and the cytoskeleton.
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