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Winterhalbjahr
winter half year
Winterhalbjahr {n}
Winterhalbjahre {pl}
winter half year
winter half years
Winterhalbjahr {n}
Winterhalbjahre {pl}
winter half year
winter half years
Halbjahr {n}
Halbjahre {pl}
erstes Halbjahr
zweites Halbjahr
half-year; period of six months
half-years; periods of six months
Half-1 (H1); first half of the year
Half-2 (H2); second half of the year
Winterhalbjahr
winter half year
Jahr {n}
Jahre {pl}
vor Jahren
Jahr für Jahr
dieses Jahres d.J.
alle Jahre
das kommende Jahr
im Jahr darauf
praktisches Jahr
erfolgreiches Jahr
über die Jahre hin
in den besten Jahren sein
nicht mehr in den besten Jahren sein
mit zwanzig Jahren
die höheren Jahre
besonders schlechtes Jahr
jahraus jahrein
Wir schreiben das Jahr 2010.
year
years
years ago
year after year; year-on-year
of this year
every year
the year to come
one year later
practical year
banner year
as years go by
be in the prime of life
to be overthe hill [fig.]
at twenty; at the age of twenty
the advancing years
annus horribilis
year in year out
The year is 2010.
Jahr {n}
Jahre {pl}
vor Jahren
Jahr für Jahr
alle Jahre
das kommende Jahr
praktisches Jahr
erfolgreiches Jahr
über die Jahre hin
in den besten Jahren sein
nicht mehr in den besten Jahren sein
mit zwanzig Jahren
besonders schlechtes Jahr
jahraus, jahrein
year
years
years ago
year after year, year-on-year
every year
the year to come
practical year
banner year
as years go by
be in the prime of life
to be overthe hill [fig.]
at twenty, at the age of twenty
annus horribilis
year in, year out
zur Hälfte; halb; hälftig [Schw.] {adv}
Beteiligung zur Hälfte
je zur Hälfte
die Kosten je zur Hälfte tragen
mit jdm. halbe-halbe machen
sich an etw. je zur Hälfte beteiligen
an einem Unternehmen zur Hälfte beteiligt sein
Das Vermögen wird zwischen den beiden Partnern zur Hälfte hälftig [Schw.] geteilt.
half
half-interest
one half to each; at equal moieties
to bear half the costs each
to go halves with sb.
to go half-shares in sth.
to have a half-interest in an enterprise
The assets are equally shared between the two partners.
Halbjahr {n}
Halbjahre {pl}
half-year, period of six months
half-years, periods of six months
Winterhalbjahre
winter half years
Winterprogramm {n}
Winterprogramme {pl}
winter program, winter programme [Br.]
winter programs, winter programmes
Winterprogramm {n}
Winterprogramme {pl}
winter program; winter programme [Br.]
winter programs; winter programmes
Vorjahr {n}; vergangenes Jahr
im Vorjahr i.Vj.
im Vergleich zum Vorjahr
last year; preceding year; prior year; previous year
last year
compared to last year
Wintersemester {n} WS [stud.]
Wintersemester {pl}
im Wintersemester
winter term [Br.]; winter semester [Am.]
winter terms; winter semesters
in the winter term semester
Winter {m}
Winter {pl}
im Winter; wintertags [Lux.] [adm.]
ein strenger Winter
über den Winter kommen
winter
winters
in (the) winter
a rough winter
to get through the winter
Wintergetreide {n}; Winterfrucht {f} [agr.]
winter crop; winter grain; winter corn
sitzenbleiben; sitzen bleiben; klebenbleiben; hockenbleiben [Schw.] (die Klasse wiederholen) [ugs.] {vi} [school]
sitzenbleibend; sitzen bleibend; klebenbleibend; hockenbleibend
sitzengeblieben; sitzen geblieben; klebengeblieben; hockengeblieben
to stay down (a year) [Br.]; to flunk [Am.]; to have to repeat a year (in school)
staying down; flunking; having to repeat a year
stayed down; flunked; had to repeat a year
halb; halber; halbe; halbes {adj}
eine halbe Stunde
halb 5
ein halbes Brot
auf halber Höhe
nach der Hälfte des Rennens
half hf ; halfway
half an hour
half past 4
half a loaf (of bread)
halfway up
at halfway point of the race
Kirchenjahr {n} [relig.]
church year; Christian year; ecclesiastical liturgical year
jdn. etw. im Winter den Winter über betreuen {vt}
Der Reitstallinhaber hat zugesagt unsere Pferde den Winter über in Pflege zu nehmen.
to winter sb. sth.
The riding stable owner has agreed to winter our horses.
Hälfte {f}
Hälften {pl}
erste Hälfte
zweite Hälfte
untere Hälfte {f}; zweite Hälfte {f}
half
halves
first half
second half
bottom half
Hälfte {f}
Hälften {pl}
erste Hälfte
zweite Hälfte
untere Hälfte {f}, zweite Hälfte {f}
half
halves
first half
second half
bottom half
Wintergast {m} (Person Tier Pflanze)
Wintergäste {pl}
winter visitor (person animal plant)
winter visitors
Wintergarten {m} [constr.]
Wintergärten {pl}
winter garden; conservatory [Br.]
winter gardens; conservatories
den Winter verbringen {vi} (an einem Ort)
den Winter verbringend
den Winter verbracht
Mein Onkel verbringt den Winter auf Mallorca.
Die Vögel verbringen den Winter im Süden des Landes.
to winter (in a place)
wintering
wintered
My uncle winters in Mallorca.
The birds winter in the southern part of the country.
Urlaubsjahr {n}
leave year; holiday year; sabbatical year
Urlaubsjahr {n}
leave year, holiday year, sabbatical year
Jahrgang {m} (alle Schüler eines Schuljahres) [school]
die meisten Mädchen aus meinem Jahrgang
school year group; year
most of the girls in my year
Vorjahresergebnis {n}
Vorjahresergebnisse {pl}
vergleichbares Vorjahresergebnis
previous year's result
previous year's results
comparable year-end figures
Winterolympiade {f}, Winterspiele {pl} [sport]
Winter Olympic Games, Winter Olympics
Olympische Winterspiele {pl}; Winterolympiade {f} [sport]
Winter Olympic Games; Winter Olympics
befristet; zeitlich begrenzt; kündbar {adj}
jederzeit kündbar
kündbarer Vertrag
befristete befristbare Rente; Zeitrente
Miete Pacht mit halbjähriger Kündigung
jederzeit kündbarer Angestellter
terminable
terminable at will; terminable at call
terminable contract
terminable annuity [Br.]
tenancy terminable by half a year's notice
terminable-at-will employee
WS : Wintersemester
winter semester, winter term
Wintersaat {f} (Saatgut) [agr.]
winter seed; winter seeds
Wintermonat {m}
Wintermonate {pl}
winter month
winter months
Wintersachen {pl}
winter clothes; winter things
Wintersperre {f}
Wintersperren {pl}
closing during the winter
closings during the winter
Wintersemester {n}
Wintersemester {pl}
winter term
winter terms
Winterschlussverkauf {m}
Winterschlussverkäufe {pl}
winter sale
winter sales
Wintersachen {pl}
winter clothes, winter things
Wintersaat {f}
Wintersaaten {pl}
winter grain
winter grains
Wintermantel {m}
Wintermäntel {pl}
winter coat
winter coats
Wintergarten {m}
Wintergärten {pl}
winter garden
winter gardens
Wintereinbruch {m}
Wintereinbrüche {pl}
onset of winter
onsets of winter
Winterferien {pl}
winter holidays, winter vacation [Am.]
Winterfenster {n}; Vorfenster {n} [Schw.] [constr.]
Winterfenster {pl}; Vorfenster {pl}
winter window
winter windows
Wintervorrat {m}
Wintervorräte {pl}
winter stock
winter stocks
Wintersportort {m}
Wintersportorte {pl}
winter resort
winter resorts
Winterferien {pl}
winter holidays; winter vacation [Am.]
Winterhydrant {m}
Winterhydranten {pl}
winter hydrant
winter hydrants
Riesenkürbis {m} [bot.]
Riesenkürbisse {pl}
winter squash
winter squashes
Winterfahrplan {m} [transp.]
Winterfahrpläne {pl}
winter timetable
winter timetables
Beurlaubung {f}
eine halbjährliche Beurlaubung beantragen
leave of absence
to apply for half year's leave of absence
Winterdienst {m}
Fahrzeug {n} des Winterdienstes [auto]
winter road maintenance; winter road clearance
snow fighting vehicle
Huflattich {m} (Tussilago farfara) [bot.]
Huflattiche {pl}
coltsfoot; foalfoot; horsefoot; coughwort; butterbur; farfara; tash plant; winter heliotrope
coltsfoots; foalfoots; horsefoots; coughworts; butterburs; farfaras; tash plants; winter heliotropes
Frisch gewagt ist halb gewonnen. [Sprw.]
A good start is half the battle.; Well begun is half done. [prov.]
Frisch gewagt ist halb gewonnen. [Sprw.]
A good start is half the battle., Well begun is half done. [prov.]
Hohlkopf {m}, Schwachkopf {m} [ugs.]
Hohlköpfe {pl}, Schwachköpfe {pl}
airhead, idiot, dimwit, half-wit, nitwit [coll.]
airheads, idiots, dimwits, half-wits, nitwits
Halbtonschritt {m}; Halbton {m} [mus.]
semitone [Br.]; half step [Am.]; half-tone [Am.]
achtjährig {adj}
eight-year-old (age); eight years old; eight-year (time period)
sechsjährig {adj}
six-year-old (age); six years old; six-year (time period)
neunjährig {adj}
nine-year-old (age); nine years old; nine-year (time period)
siebenjährig {adj}
seven-year-old (age); seven years old; seven-year (time period)
Erstklässler {m}, Erstklässlerin {f}
Erstklässler {pl}, Erstklässlerinnen {pl}
first-grader [Am.], first-year pupil
first-graders, first-year pupils
vierjährig {adj}
four-year-old (age); four years old; four-year (time period)
zweijährig {adj}
two-year-old (age); two years old; two-year (time period)
dreijährig {adj}
three-year-old (age); three years old; three-year (time period)
fünfjährig {adj}
five-year-old (age); five years old; five-year (time period)
Halbwertzeit {f}; Halbwertszeit {f} [phys.]
half life; half-life period; half-time
Jahresbeginn {m}
von Jahresbeginn bis heute
beginning of the year; beginning of a new year
year-to-date ytd
sitzen bleiben, sitzenbleiben [alt] (in der Schule)
to stay down (a year), to have to repeat a year (in school)
sechsjährig {adj}
six-year-old (age); six-year (time period)
jährlich {adv} jhrl.
einmal jährlich
annually ann. ; every year; yearly
once a year
(verpflichtendes) Trennungsjahr {n} (vor einer Ehescheidung) [jur.]
one-year separation period; one-year separation; one-year's separation (prior to a divorce)
Wintersportler {m}; Wintersportlerin {f} [sport]
Wintersportler {pl}; Wintersportlerinnen {pl}
winter sports athlete; winter athlete
winter sports athletes; winter athletes
Winterdienst {m}
winter road maintenance, winter road clearance
Flanschkupplung {f} [techn.]
Flanschkupplungen {pl}
half-coupling
half-couplings
Halbwelle {f} [electr.]
Halbwellen {pl}
half-cycle
half-cycles
Halbwelle {f} [techn.]
Halbwellen {pl}
half-shaft
half-shafts
Halbwort {n}
Halbworte {pl}
half-word
half-words
Halbachse {f}
Halbachsen {pl}
half-axis
half-axes
Halbbruder {m}
Halbbrüder {pl}
half-brother
half-brothers
Halbblut {n}
half-blood; half-breed
Halbleinen {n} [textil.]
half cloth; half linen
halb {adv}, zur Hälfte
halbe-halbe machen
halb 5
half
go halves
half past 4
Halbschlag {m}; halber Schlag [naut.]
Halbschläge {pl}; halbe Schläge
half hitch
half hitches
Halbschluss {m} [mus.]
half-close; half-cadence
Wadenstrumpf {m}
Wadenstrümpfe {pl}
half stocking
half stockings
Halbleinen {n} [textil.]
half cloth, half linen
Kaffeesahne {f} [Dt.]; Kaffeerahm {m}; Kaffeeobers {n} [Ös.] [cook.]
coffee cream; half-and-half [Am.]
Halbblut {n}
half-blood, half-breed
Mischling {m}
Mischlinge {pl}
half breed
half breeds
Jahreswechsel {m}
Jahreswechsel {pl}
turn of the year
turns of the year
Berichtsjahr {n}
year under report, year under review
Guten Rutsch (ins neue Jahr)!
Have a good New Year!; Happy New Year!
Fünfjahrplan {m}, Fünfjahresplan {m}
Fünfjahrpläne {pl}, Fünfjahrespläne {pl}
five-year plan
five-year plans
Studienanfänger {m}; Studienanfängerin {f} [stud.]
Studienanfänger {pl}; Studienanfängerinnen {pl}
first-year student
first-year students
Neujahrsansprache {f}
Neujahrsansprachen {pl}
New Year's speech
New Year's speeches
Vorjahr {n}, vergangenes Jahr
preceding year, prior year
Fünfjahrplan {m}; Fünfjahresplan {m}
Fünfjahrpläne {pl}; Fünfjahrespläne {pl}
five-year plan
five-year plans
Neujahrsempfang {m}
Neujahrsempfänge {pl}
New Year's reception
New Year's receptions
Abflussjahr {n} [envir.]
water year; hydrological year
Geschäftsjahr {n}
business year, fiscal year [Am.]
Guten Rutsch (ins neue Jahr)!
Have a good New Year!, Happy New Year!
Abiturjahrgang {m} [Dt.]; Abijahrgang {m} [Dt.] [coll.]; Maturajahrgang {m} [Ös.] [Schw.] [school]
der Abiturjahrgang Maturajahrgang 2014
das Abiturtreffen Maturatreffen des Jahrgangs 1999
A-level year group [Br.]; year [Br.]; class [Am.]
the A-level year group of 2014 [Br.]; the class of 2014 [Am.]
the year class of 1999 school reunion
Standvogel {m} [ornith.]
Standvögel {pl}
winter resident bird; resident
winter resident birds; residents
Wachskürbis {m}; Wintermelone {f} (Benincasa hispida) [bot.]
wax gourd; ash gourd; white gourd; winter gourd; winter melon
mitten in
mitten in der Nacht mitten im Winter
mitten in etw. sein
in the middle of
in the middle of the night winter; in the dead of night winter
to be in the throes of sth.
Winterreifen {m}
Winterreifen {pl}
snow tyre; winter tyre; snow tire [Am.]; winter tire [Am.]
snow tyres; winter tyres; snow tires; winter tires
Winterreifen {m}
Winterreifen {pl}
snow tyre, winter tyre, snow tire, winter tire
snow tyres, winter tyres, snow tires, winter tires
Herbstferien {pl}
autumn half-term holiday; fall half-term vacation [Am.]
Schlechten {pl} [min.]
45 Grad zu den Schlechten
cleat planes; cleats; slip planes; slips
half-and-half
Jahrgang {m} (Personen eines Geburtsjahrs)
Er ist Jahrgang 1942.
Wir sind ein Jahrgang beide 1964.
(same) year; age-group
He was born in 1942.
We were born in the same year both 1964.
Jahresbeginn {m}
seit Jahresbeginn bis heute
beginning of the year, beginning of a new year
year-to-date
Repulsionsmotor {m}; Winter-Eichberg-Motor {m} [techn.]
Repulsionsmotoren {pl}; Winter-Eichberg-Motoren {pl}
Winter-Eichberg-Latour motor
Winter-Eichberg-Latour motors
Seemannspullover {m}; Isländer {m}; Troyer {m}; Troier {m} [textil.]
half-zip jumper [Br.]; half-zip sweater [Am.]
den Schlaumeier Obergescheiten [Bayr.] [Ös.] heraushängen lassen hervorkehren; so supergescheit sein [iron.] [pej.]
eine supergescheite Software (die Probleme verursacht)
be too clever by half [Br.]
a computer software that is too clever by half
einjährig {adj}
nach einjähriger Pause
einjährige Pflanze
one-year-old, yearlong
after a break of one year
annual plant, annual
einjährig {adj}
nach einjähriger Pause
einjährige Pflanze
one-year-old; yearlong
after a break of one year
annual plant; annual
weniger; geringer; kleiner
für weniger als
Im Vergleich zum Vorjahr wurden 13 kg weniger Heroin sichergestellt.
Niemand geringerer als Picasso soll das gesagt haben.
Die Plattenfirma brachte in diesem Jahr nicht weniger als 10 Alben heraus.
Auf dem Spiel steht nichts Geringeres als das Überleben der Menschheit.
Es war geradezu eine Sensation dass wir diese Gruppen mit so unterschiedlichen Weltanschauungen zusammengebracht haben.
Der abzugsfähige Betrag sind entweder die Versicherungskosten oder der Unternehmensgewinn je nachdem welcher der geringere ist.
less {adv}
for less than
13 kgs less heroin were seized compared to with the previous year.
None less than Picasso was quoted as having said this.
The label released in that year none less than 10 albums.
At stake is nothing less than the survival of humanity.
It was nothing less than a sensation that we brought together these groups with such divergent philosophies.
The deductable amount is the lesser of the insurance costs or the company profit.
halb, halber, halbe, halbes {adj}
eine halbe Stunde
half
half an hour
Halbzeit {f} [sport]
half-time; half
Halbzeit {f} [sport]
half-time, half
Fachwerkhaus {n}; Riegelhaus {n} [Schw.]; Rieghaus {n} [Schw.] [arch.]
Fachwerkhäuser {pl}; Riegelhäuser {pl}; Rieghäuser {pl}
half-timber house; half-timbered house; tudor house [Br.]
half-timber houses; half-timbered houses; tudor houses
Neujahr {n}
New Year; New Year's Day
hindurch {adv}
das ganze Jahr hindurch
through; throughout
throughout the whole year; all the year round
Neujahr {n}
New Year, New Year's Day
Silvesterfeier {f}; Silvesterparty {f}
Silvesterfeiern {pl}; Silvesterpartys {pl}
New Year's Eve party; New Year's party
New Year's Eve parties; New Year's parties
zehnjährig {adj}
ten-year-old (age); ten years old; ten-year (time period)
zwölfjährig {adj}
twelve-year-old (age); twelve years old; twelve-year (time period)
elfjährig {adj}
eleven-year-old (age); eleven years old; eleven-year (time period)
Halbmond-Kantenstecher {m} (Gartengerät)
Halbmond-Kantenstecher {pl}
half-moon lawn edger (garden tool)
half-moon lawn edgers
angetrunken {adj}
slightly drunk; half drunk; tipsy; half-cut [coll.]; lit [coll.]
Halbstock {m}; Halbgeschoss {n}; Halbgeschoß {n} [Ös.]; Zwischengeschoss {n}; Zwischengeschoß {n} [Ös.]; Hochparterre {n}; Mezzanin {m} [Ös.] [arch.]
half storey [Br.]; half story [Am.]; intermediate storey story; mezzanine; entresol
Doppelfenster {n} [arch.]
Doppelfenster {pl}
double window; winter window; counterwindow
double windows; winter windows; counterwindows
Halbkettenfahrzeug {n}
Halbkettenfahrzeuge {pl}
half-track vehicle
half-track vehicles
Halbtagsschule {f}
Halbtagsschulen {pl}
half-day school
half-day schools
Halbzeitpause {f} [sport]
Halbzeitpausen {pl}
half-time break
half-time breaks
Sockenmaschine {f} [textil.]
Sockenmaschinen {pl}
half-hose machine
half-hose machines
Fachwerkhaus {n} [arch.]
Fachwerkhäuser {pl}
half-timbered house
half-timbered houses
Schopfwalmdach {n}; Krüppelwalmdach {n} [arch.]
Schopfwalmdächer {pl}; Krüppelwalmdächer {pl}
half-hipped roof
half-hipped roofs
Halbstundenmittelwert {m} [techn.]
Halbstundenmittelwerte {pl}
half-hour average
half-hour averages
Halbbrille {f}
Halbbrillen {pl}
half-eye frame
half-eye frames
Brustbild {n}
Brustbilder {pl}
half length portrait
half length portraits
Halbtagsschule {f} [school]
Halbtagsschulen {pl}
half-day school
half-day schools
Halbtagswanderung {f}
Halbtagswanderungen {pl}
half-day hike
half-day hikes
Halbzeitstand {m} [sport]
Halbzeitstände {pl}
half-time score
half-time scores
Achshalter {m}; Achsegabel {f} (Bahn)
Achshalter {pl}; Achsegabeln {pl}
half-exle guard; axle keep plate; guide hornplate (railway)
half-exle guards; axle keep plates; guide hornplates
Vorjahresergebnis {n}
Vorjahresergebnisse {pl}
previous year's result
previous year's results
Silvester {m}; Silvesterabend {m}
zu Silvester
New Year's Eve; Hogmanay (Scotland)
on New Year's Eve
Zehnjahresplan {m}
Zehnjahrespläne {pl}
ten-year-plan
ten-year-plans
Silvester {m}, Silvesterabend {m}
zu Silvester
New Year's Eve, Hogmanay (Scotland)
on New Year's Eve
Jahresabschlussdividende {f} [fin.]
Jahresabschlussdividenden {pl}
year-end dividend
year-end dividends
Diplomarbeit {f} [stud.]
Diplomarbeiten {pl}
diploma thesis; degree dissertation; final year project
diploma theses; degree dissertations; final year projects
Gäste-WC {n}; Gästetoilette {f}
Gäste-WCs {pl}; Gästetoiletten {pl}
guest bathroom; half bath [arch.]
guest bathroom; half baths
Fahne {f}, Flagge {f}, Fähnchen {n}
Fahnen {pl}, Flaggen {pl}
die Fahne hochhalten
Fahne auf Halbmast
flag
flags
to fly the flag
flag at half-mast, flag at half-staff
Jahrgang {m}
der Jahrgang 1996
jüngeren Datums sein
2008 war kein gutes Jahr für die Kinobranche.
vintage; year
the 1996 vintage
to be of (more) recent vintage [fig.]
2008 was not a vintage year for the cinema [Br.] movies [Am.]. [fig.]
jahreszeitlich bedingte Depression {f}; saisonal-affektive Störung {f} [med.]
Winterdepression {f}
Sommerdepression {f}
seasonal depression; seasonal affective disorder SAD
winter depression; winter blues
summer depression; summer blues
Stunde {f}
Stunden {pl}
eine geschlagene Stunde
alle paar Stunden
zu früher Stunde
Stunde Null
zur vollen Stunde
Standuhr mit Schlagwerk für die volle halbe und Viertelstunde
Die Führung beginnt jeweils zur vollen halben Stunde.
hour
hours
a solid hour
every few hours
at an early hour
zero hour
on the hour
quarter half and full hour striking clock
The tour starts on the hour on the half-hour.
Jahresvergleich {m}
year-to-year comparison; year-on-year comparison
roh; ungekocht {adj} (Nahrung)
halb roh; halbgekocht
raw; uncooked
half-raw; half-cooked; partially cooked
roh, ungekocht {adj} (Nahrung)
halb roh, halbgekocht
raw, uncooked
half-raw, half-cooked, partially cooked
Halbstamm {m} (Baumwuchsform) [bot.]
half-standard tree; half-standard
Halbwertzeit {f}, Halbwertszeit {f} [phys.]
half life, half-life period
Das ist Jacke wie Hose.; Das ist gehupft wie gesprungen.
That's six of one and half a dozen of another.; It is six in one hand and half-a-dozen in the other.
Jahreszahl {f}
Jahreszahlen {pl}
year date; date
year dates
Olympiajahr {n} [sport]
Olympic year; year of the Olympic Games
Jahreszahl {f}
Jahreszahlen {pl}
year date, date
year dates
mehrjährig; jahresübergreifend {adj}
ein jahresübergreifendes Budget [fin.]
multi-year
a multi-year budget
Ausflug {m}; Fahrt {f}; (organisierte) Reise {f}; Trip {m}
eine (organisierte) Reise Fahrt machen
Gute Reise und komm gut wieder zurück.
Komm gut nach Hause!
Wir haben am Wochenende einen schönen Ausflug gemacht.
Wie war die Reise nach Prag?
War die Reise erfolgreich?
Möchtest du dieses Jahr heuer [Ös.] [Schw.] mit der Schule nach Rom fahren?
Wir könnten z. B. ein Motorboot mieten und eine Fahrt um die Bucht machen.
Dieses Jahr heuer [Ös.] [Schw.] können wir uns nicht noch eine Auslandsreise leisten.
Wie viele Geschäftsreisen machen Sie pro Jahr?
Sie sind leider umsonst gekommen er ist schon fort.
trip
to go on make take a trip
I wish you a safe trip.
Have a safe trip home!
We had a nice weekend trip.
How was your trip to Prague?
Was it a good trip?
Do you want to go on the school trip to Rome this year?
We might hire a motorboat and take a trip (a)round the bay.
We can't afford another trip abroad this year.
How many business trips do you make yearly?
I'm afraid you've had a wasted trip he has already left.
Fahne {f}; Flagge {f}; Fähnchen {n}
Fahnen {pl}; Flaggen {pl}
die Fahne hochhalten
Flagge führen [naut.]
Flagge zeigen
die Fahne Flagge einholen einziehen
Fahne auf Halbmast
sich etw. auf die seine Fahnen schreiben
sich eine Errungenschaft an die Fahnen heften können
Diese Idee können sich die Konservativen an ihre Fahnen heften.
flag
flags
to fly the flag
to fly one's flag
to show the flag
to take down lower the flag
flag at half-mast; flag at half-staff
to champion the cause of sth.
to be able to lay claim to an achievement
The Conservatives can lay claim to this idea.
Winter
winter
im Winter
in winter
winters {adv}
in winter
Winter {m}
über den Winter kommen
winter
to get through the winter
Ausverkauf {m}; Rausverkauf {m} (Werbung); Schlussverkauf {m}; Abverkauf {m} [Ös.] [econ.]
Ausverkäufe {pl}; Schlussverkäufe {pl}
etw. im Ausverkauf Abverkauf [Ös.] kaufen
Saisonschlussverkauf {m}
Sommerschlussverkauf {m} SSV
Winterschlussverkauf {m} WSV
clearance sale; sales
clearance sales
to buy sth. in at the sales
end-of-season sales
summer sale; summer sales
winter sale; winter sales
Winterschlussverkaeufe
winter sales
Wintersaat
winter grain
Wintersport
winter sports
Winterbetrieb
winter activity
Wintervorrat
winter stock
kalter Winter
cold winter
Winterurlaub
winter holidays
Wintergaerten
winter gardens
Wintergarten
winter garden
frostfreier Winter
open winter
Das Wintermärchen
The Winter's Tale
Winterfrucht
winter crop
Wintermaentel
winter coats
Wintermantel
winter coat
Winteraufenthalte
winter abodes
Winteraufenthalt
winter abode
Sommer wie Winter
both in summer and in winter
Winter-Camping
camping in winter
Winterfrüchte
winter-crops
Wintersaaten
winter grains
Winterschlussverkauf
winter sale
Wintersport
winter sport
Winterschlaf
winter sleep
Wintervorraete
winter stocks
Winterhilfswerk {n} [hist.]
Winter Relief
Winternebel {m} [meteo.]
winter fog
Winternacht {f}
ein einer Winternacht
winter's night
on a winter's night
Winterlandschaft {f}
winter landscape
Winterkleid {n}
winter clothes
Wintergerste {f} [agr.]
winter barley
Winteraufenthalt {m}
winter abode
Winterausrüstung {f}
Winterausrüstungen {pl}
winter equipment
winter equipment
Winterbetrieb {m}
winter operations
Wintersport {m}
winter sports
Winteröl {n} [auto]
winter oil
Winterweizen {m} [agr.]
winter wheat
Winterspeicher {m} [electr.]
winter storage
Winterwetter {n}
winter weather
Winterschlaf {m}
winter sleep
Wintersaison {f}
winter season
Winterregen {m} [meteo.]
winter rain
Riesenkürbis {m} [bot.]
winter squash
Zaunkönig {m} (Troglodytes troglodytes) [ornith.]
(Winter) wren
Wintersperre {f}
closing during the winter
Winterausrüstung {f} [auto]
Winterausrüstungen {pl}
winter equipment
winter equipment
Winteranomalie {f}
winter anomaly
winterrau {adj} [meteo.]
winter-inclement
Wintersaat {f} [agr.]
winter seed
Wintersport {m} [sport]
winter sports
Unterrock {m} (Damenbekleidung) [textil]
Unterröcke {pl}
underskirt [Br.]; waist slip [Br.]; half slip [Am.] (ladieswear)
underskirts; waist slips; half slips
Wintersportgebiet
winter sport region
Wintersport in den Bergen
winter sports in the mountains
Wintersportgebiet
winter sports center
Wintersportgebiet
winter sports area
Austragungsorte der Olympischen Winterspiele
site of the Winter-Olympics
Austragungsort der Winterolympiade
scene of the Winter Olympics
Wintersonnenwende {f}
winter solstice; midwinter
Wintersaat {f} (Vorgang) [agr.]
sowing of winter grain
Winterolympiade
winter olympic games
Winterling {m} [bot.]
eranthis; winter aconite
Wintersonnenwende {f}
winter solstice, midwinter
Winterbetonieren {n} [constr.]
winter-time concrete work
Scheinhaseln {pl}; Blumenhaseln {pl} (Corylopsis) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
winter hazels (botanical genus)
(an einem Ort) überwintern {vi} [zool.]
to overwinter; to spend the winter (in a place)
Hochburg des Wintersports
important center for winter sports
Geschäftsjahr {n}
Geschäftsjahre {pl}
business year; fiscal year [Am.]; trading year
business years; fiscal years; trading years
'Das Wintermärchen' (von Shakespeare Werktitel) [lit.]
'The Winter's Tale' (by Shakespeare work title)
'Die Winterreise' (von Schubert Werktitel) [mus.]
'The Winter Journey' (by Schubert work title)
Ausbildungsjahr {n}
Ausbildungsjahre {pl}
im ersten Ausbildungsjahr
year of training; year of apprenticeship
years of training; years of apprenticeship
in the first year of training
über {prp; +Akk.} (zeitlich)
über Mittag
über Wochen
über Weihnachten
den Winter über
übers (= über das) Wochenende nach Hause fahren
over; for
over lunchtime
for weeks
over Christmas
over the winter
to go home for the weekend
Barbarakräuter {pl}; Winterkressen {pl} (Barbarea) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
winter cresses; yellow rockets (botanical genus)
über {prp, +Akkusativ} (zeitlich)
über Mittag
über Wochen
über Weihnachten
den Winter über
übers (= über das) Wochenende nach Hause fahren
over, for
over lunchtime
for weeks
over Christmas
over the winter
to go home for the weekend
Preis {m}
Preise {pl}
zum halben Preis
angemessener Preis
annehmbarer Preis
halber Preis, zum halben Preis
voraussichtlicher Preis
zu herabgesetzten Preisen
zu jeweiligen Preisen
zu konstanten Preisen
zum angegebenen Preis
taxierter Preis, Taxe {f}
Preis, alles inbegriffen, Gesamtpreis {m}
Preise reduzieren
Preise erhöhen
einen Preis nennen
Preise angeben
Preise ausgleichen
die Preise in die Höhe treiben
um jeden Preis
um keinen Preis
price
prices
at half (the) price
fair price
acceptable price
half-price
anticipated price
at reduced prices
at current prices
at constant prices
at the price indicated
valuation
all in price
to cut prices
to spike prices
to quote a price
to quote prices
to adjust prices
to push up prices, to force up prices
at any price
not at any price, not for anything
Spielstand {m}; Punktestand {m}; Punktzahl {f}; Stand {m} eines Wettkampfes [sport]
Spielstände {pl}; Punktestände {pl}; Punktzahlen {pl}
Punkte zählen
Punkte geben; werten
Es steht zwei zu eins (für jdn).
Zur Halbzeit steht es zwei zu eins für ...
beim Stand von null zu null
Und wie steht's? (Spiel Wettkampf)
score; scoring
scores; scorings
to keep score; to keep the score
to give a score
The score is two to one (in favour of sb.).
The half-time score is two one in favour of ...; The score at half-time is two one in favour of ...
with the score at nil all
And what's the score?
Im Winter Einfrieren des Wassers im Behälter verhüten. (Sicherheitshinweis)
In winter prevent the water in the container from freezing. (safety note)
ungefähr; grob; geschätzt {adv}
ungefähr das gleiche
ungefähr immer die Hälfte
roughly
roughly the same
always roughly half; always approximately half
ungefähr, grob, geschätzt {adv}
ungefähr das gleiche
ungefähr immer die Hälfte
roughly
roughly the same
always roughly half, always approximately half
Doppelhaushälfte {f} [arch.]
Doppelhaushälften {pl}
semi-detached house; semi [coll.]; half of a duplex [Am.]; duplex-half [Am.]
semi-detached houses; semis; halves of a duplex; duplex-halves
Folgejahr {n}
Folgejahre {pl}
des Folgejahres
subsequent year
subsequent years
of subsequent year
Quartal {n}
Quartale {pl}
im gleichen Quartal des Vorjahrs
quarter (year); quarterly period; three-month period
quarters; quarterly periods; three-month periods
in the same quarter of the previous year
Ehehaelfte
better half
halbfertig {adj}
half done
halbwegs
half-way
anderthalb; eineinhalb {num}
one and a half
halb
half
dreieinhalb
three and a half
halbfertig
half done
Hälfte
half
anderthalb
one and a half
halbfertig {adj}
half-done
...einhalb
... and a half
zweieinhalb
two and a half
halb, Haelfte
half
anderthalb, eineinhalb {num}
one and a half
Ehehälfte {f}, bessere Hälfte {f}
better half
achteinhalb {num}
eight and a half
Das ist noch nicht alles.
That's not the half of it.
Jahresabonnement {n}
Jahresabonnements {pl}
yearly season ticket; annual subscription (of a periodical); a year's subscription (of a periodical)
yearly season tickets; annual subscriptions; year's subscriptions
heuer {adv} [Süddt.] [Ös.] [Schw.]
this year
letztes Jahr
last year
für ein weiteres Jahr
for another year
vergangenes Jahr
last year
Jahr
year
einjaehrig
one year old
das ganze Jahr hindurch
throughout the whole year
siebenjaehrig
seven year old
ganzjährig
all-the-year
Neujahr
New Year
sechsjaehrig
six year old
Wir koennen es erst im naechsten Jahr erfahren.
we shall not know until next year.
diesjährig; heurig [Ös.] [Süddt.] {adj}
this year's
Jahrgang {m}
(same) year
Wir können es erst im nächsten Jahr erfahren.
We shall not know (about) it until next year.
heuer [Ös.] [Süddt.]
this year
vorigen Jahres v.J.
of last year
Neujahr
new-year
hindurch {adv}
das ganze Jahr hindurch
through, throughout
throughout the whole year
jährlich {adj}, einmal im Jahr
once-a-year
für weniger als ein Jahr
for less than a year
jährlich {adj}; einmal im Jahr
once-a-year
diesjährig, heurig [Ös.] [Süddt.] {adj}
this year's
v.J. : vorigen Jahres
of last year
d.J. : dieses Jahres
of this year
halboffen {adj}
half-open
halboffen {adj} [math.]
half-open
Halbtagskraft
half-timer
halbnackt {adj}
half-naked
halbmast {adv}; auf Halbmast
at half mast
halbjährlich
half-yearly
halbleer
half-empty
halbtags
half-time
halb..., Halb...
semi, half
halbnackt
half-naked
halb...; Halb...
semi; half
halbstündlich
half-hourly
halbherzig
half-hearted
der Halbe Betrag
half the amount
Halbmarathon {m} [sport]
half-marathon
halber Feiertag
half-holiday
halber Fahrpreis
half-fare
auf halbem Weg
half-way through (sth)
Das ist nicht ohne.
That's not half bad.
die Hälfte der Ware
half the goods
die halbe Gruppe
half the group
Achswelle {f} [auto]
half-shaft
halber freier Tag
half a holiday
anderthalbfach {adj}
one and a half times
Das ist Jacke wie Hose.
That's six of one and half a dozen of another.
halbes Dutzend
half-dozen
halber Preis
half-price
halber Lohn
half-pay
maschinell runden
to half-adjust
viel, viele {adj}
halb so viel
noch einmal so viel
ein bisschen viel
so viel
vieles, dass ...
zu viel
viel an ihm
much
half as much
as much again
a little too much
so much
much that ...
too much
much about him, a lot about him
halbe Seite
half page
halbvoll
half-full
Halbraum {m} [math.]
half space
Halbzelle {f}
half cell
Monatshälfte {f}
half of the month
Kupplungshälfte {f} [techn.]
coupling half
zweite Hälfte des Monats
second half of the month
Halbtagskraft {f}
half-timer
zum halben Preis
at half-price
Mischling {m}
half breed
Halbschwester {f}
half-sister
Halbaddierer {m}
half-adder
Halbdunkel {n}, Dämmerlicht {n}
half-light
Halbschnitt {m}
half-section
Halbpension {f}
in Halbpension wohnen
half-board
to have half-board
Halbmond {m}
half moon, half-moon
Halbton {m} (Malerei)
half-tone
Halbduplex {n}, Wechselverkehr {m}
half-duplex
Gar nicht so übel!
Not half bad!
angefault {adj}
half-rotten
Das ist schon ein großer Vorteil.
That's half the battle.
Wadenstrumpf {m}
half stocking
Halbdunkel {n}; Dämmerlicht {n}
half-light
Zwischengröße {f} (bei Schuhen)
half-size
Halbbinder {m}
half truss
Schoppen {m}
half a pint
Halbpension {f} HP
in Halbpension wohnen
half-board
to have half-board
Ich hätte fast Lust zu ...
I have half a mind to ...
Halbmond {m}
half moon; half-moon
Halbleder {n}
half leather
Halbholz {n}
half timber
keine halben Sachen machen
to not take half measures
Halbduplex {n}; Wechselverkehr {m}
half-duplex
Halbschwester
half-sister
Halbwort
half-word
Schoppen
half a pint
halbe Stunde
half an hour
zum halben Preis
at half the price
Mischling
half breed
anderthalbfach
one and a half times
Halbbruder
half brother
Gar nicht so übel
not half bad
lange nicht gut genug
not good enough by half
halb
hf : half
halb sechs Uhr
half past five
Halbaddierer
half-adder
Halbschnitt
half-section
betrunken
half-seas over
Halbzeit
half-time
Schwachkopf
half-wit
Flanschkupplung
half-coupling
Halbbyte
half-byte
Schwachköpfe
half-wits
das ist gar nicht übel
that is not half bad
Halbbruder
half-brother
maschinell runden
half-adjust
Hälfte
half (irr.)
Wechselverkehr
half duplex
halbnackt
half naked
Halbwertzeit
half period
Mischling
half caste
halboffen
half open
Halbdollarmünze
half-dollar
ein halbes Dutzend
half a dozen
Er ist noch gruen hinter den Ohren.
he's half-baked.
Schwachkopf
half wit
den halben Lohn
half the pay
HP : Halbpension
half board
erste Hälfte des Monats
first half of the month
Halbmond
half moon
Halbzeit
half time
Wadenstrumpf
half stocking
Vierjährige {m f}; Vierjähriger
die unter Vierjährigen
four-year-old
the under(-)fours

Deutsche Synonyme für Winterhalbjahr

winterhalbjahr  

Englische Synonyme für winter half year

Lexikoneinträge für winter half year

Gode-year (n.) The venereal disease
Half (a.) Consisting of a moiety, or half
Half (a.) Consisting of some indefinite portion resembling a half
Half (adv.) In an equal part or degree
Half (a.) Part
Half (a.) One of two equal parts into which anything may be divided, or considered as divided
Half (v. t.) To halve. [Obs.] See Halve.
Half-and-half (n.) A mixture of two malt liquors, esp. porter and ale, in about equal parts.
Half blood () The relation between persons born of the same father or of the same mother, but not of both
Half blood (n.) A person so related to another.
Half blood (n.) A person whose father and mother are of different races
Half-blooded (a.) Proceeding from a male and female of different breeds or races
Half-blooded (a.) Degenerate
Half-boot (n.) A boot with a short top covering only the ankle. See Cocker, and Congress boot, under Congress.
Half-bound (n.) Having only the back and corners in leather, as a book.
Half-bred (a.) Half-blooded.
Half-bred (a.) Imperfectly acquainted with the rules of good-breeding
Half-breed (a.) Half-blooded.
Half-breed (n.) A person who is blooded
Half-brother (n.) A brother by one parent, but not by both.
Half-caste (n.) One born of a European parent on the one side, and of a Hindoo or Mohammedan on the other. Also adjective
Half-clammed (a.) Half-filled.
Half-cracked (a.) Half-demented
Half-deck (n.) A shell of the genus Crepidula
Half-deck (n.) See Half deck, under Deck.
Half-decked (a.) Partially decked.
Half-faced (a.) Showing only part of the face
Half-fish (n.) A salmon in its fifth year of growth.
Half-hatched (a.) Imperfectly hatched
Half-heard (a.) Imperfectly or partly heard to the end.
Half-hearted (a.) Wanting in heart or spirit
Half-hearted (a.) Lacking zeal or courage
Half-hourly (a.) Done or happening at intervals of half an hour.
Half-learned (a.) Imperfectly learned.
Half-length (a.) Of half the whole or ordinary length, as a picture.
Half-mast (n.) A point some distance below the top of a mast or staff
Half-moon (n.) The moon at the quarters, when half its disk appears illuminated.
Half-moon (n.) The shape of a half-moon
Half-moon (n.) An outwork composed of two faces, forming a salient angle whose gorge resembles a half-moon
Half-moon (n.) A marine, sparoid, food fish of California (Caesiosoma Californiense). The body is ovate, blackish above, blue or gray below. Called also medialuna.
Half-pike (n.) A short pike, sometimes carried by officers of infantry, sometimes used in boarding ships
Half-port (n.) One half of a shutter made in two parts for closing a porthole.
Half-ray (n.) A straight line considered as drawn from a center to an indefinite distance in one direction, the complete ray being the whole line drawn to an indefinite distance in both directions.
Half-read (a.) Informed by insufficient reading
Half seas over () Half drunk.
Half-sighted (a.) Seeing imperfectly
Half-sister (n.) A sister by one parent only.
Half-strained (a.) Half-bred
Half-sword (n.) Half the length of a sword
Half-timbered (a.) Constructed of a timber frame, having the spaces filled in with masonry
Half-tounue (n.) A jury, for the trial of a foreigner, composed equally of citizens and aliens.
Half-wit (n.) A foolish
Half-witted (a.) Weak in intellect
Half-yearly (a.) Two in a year
Leap year () Bissextile
New-year (a.) Of or pertaining to, or suitable for, the commencement of the year
New Year's Day () the first day of a calendar year
Winter (n.) The season of the year in which the sun shines most obliquely upon any region
Winter (n.) The period of decay, old age, death, or the like.
Winter (v. i.) To pass the winter
Winter (v. i.) To keep, feed or manage, during the winter
Winter-beaten (a.) Beaten or harassed by the severe weather of winter.
Winter-ground (v. t.) To coved over in the season of winter, as for protection or shelter
Winter-proud (a.) Having too rank or forward a growth for winter.
Winter-rig (v. t.) To fallow or till in winter.
Winter's bark () The aromatic bark of tree (Drimys, / Drymis, Winteri) of the Magnolia family, which is found in Southern Chili. It was first used as a cure for scurvy by its discoverer, Captain John Winter, vice admiral to sir Francis Drake, in 1577.
Year (n.) The time of the apparent revolution of the sun trough the ecliptic
Year (n.) The time in which any planet completes a revolution about the sun
Year (n.) Age, or old age

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

half gainer a dive in which the diver throws the feet forward and up to complete a half backward somersault and enters the water facing the diving board
half volley a tennis return made by hitting the ball immediately after it bounces
half nelson a wrestling hold in which the holder puts an arm under the opponent's arm and exerts pressure on the back of the neck
winter wren
Troglodytes troglodytes
small wren of coniferous forests of northern hemisphere
jacksnipe half snipe
Limnocryptes minima
a small short-billed Old World snipe
seventeen-year locust
periodical cicada
Magicicada septendecim
North American cicada, appears in great numbers at infrequent intervals because the nymphs take to years to mature
two-year-old horse
two year old
a racehorse that is two years old
three-year-old horse
three year old
a racehorse that is three years old
winter flounder
blackback flounder
lemon sole Pseudopleuronectes americanus
important American food fish in the winter
buskin
combat boot
desert boot
half boot
top boot
a boot reaching halfway up to the knee
domino half mask
eye mask
a mask covering the upper part of the face but with holes for the eyes
Dutch door
half door
an exterior door divided in two horizontally, either half can be closed or open independently
half binding book binding in which the spine and part of the sides are bound in one material and the rest in another
half cross stitch a single cross stitch at a diagonal
half hatchet a hatchet with a broad blade on one end and a hammer head of the other
half hitch a knot used to fasten a rope temporarily to an object, usually tied double
half-length a portrait showing the body from only the waist up
half sole shoe sole extending from the shank to the toe
half track a track that goes around only rear wheels
half track a motor vehicle propelled by half tracks, frequently used by the military
petticoat
half-slip
underskirt
undergarment worn under a skirt
half-intensity half the maximum intensity
half-moon
lunula
lunule
the crescent-shaped area at the base of the human fingernail
split-half correlation
chance-half correlation
a correlation coefficient calculated between scores on two halves of a test, taken as an indication of the reliability of the test
half page something that covers (the top or bottom) half of a page
half title
bastard title
a first page of some books displaying only the title of the book
half-truth a partially true statement intended to deceive or mislead
semitone
half step
the musical interval between adjacent keys on a keyboard instrument
half note
minim
a musical note having the time value of half a whole note
half rest a musical rest having the time value of half a whole rest or equal in duration to two beats in common time
Winter Olympic Games
Winter Olympics
an Olympics for winter sports
winter squash any of various fruits of the gourd family with thick rinds and edible yellow to orange flesh that mature in the fall and can be stored for several months
winter crookneck squash a squash with a hard rind and an elongated curved neck
winter cress cress cultivated for winter salads
winter melon the fruit of the winter melon vine, a green melon with pale green to orange flesh that keeps well
lemon sole winter flounder flesh of American flounder, important in the winter
winter savory
winter savoury
resinous leaves used in stews and stuffings and meat loaf
half-and-half dressing half mayonnaise and half vinaigrette seasoned with minced garlic and mashed anchovies and grated Parmesan cheese, especially good for combination salads
half-and-half half milk and half light cream, contains % to % butterfat
class year a body of students who graduate together, the class of ', she was in my year at Hoehandle High
half-mast
half-staff
a position some distance below the top of a mast to which a flag is lowered in mourning or to signal distress
Hell's Kitchen
Hell's Half Acre
a district in Manhattan formerly noted for its slums and vice
dimwit
nitwit
half-wit
doofus
a stupid incompetent person
half blood one of siblings who have only one parent in common
half-breed an offensive term for an offspring of parents of different races (especially of Caucasian and American Indian ancestry)
idiot
imbecile
cretin
moron
changeling half-wit retard
a person of subnormal intelligence
runt
shrimp
peewee
half-pint
disparaging terms for small people
half sister
half-sister
stepsister
a sister who has only one parent in common with you
spouse
partner married person
mate
better half
a person's partner in marriage
stepbrother
half-brother
half brother
a brother who has only one parent in common with you
nuclear winter a long period of darkness and extreme cold that scientists predict would follow a full-scale nuclear war, a layer of dust and smoke in the atmosphere would cover the earth and block the rays of the sun, most living organisms would perish
half-light a greyish light (as at dawn or dusk or in dim interiors)
Japan allspice
Japanese allspice
winter sweet Chimonanthus praecox
deciduous Japanese shrub cultivated for its fragrant yellow flowers
winter aconite
Eranthis hyemalis
small Old World perennial herb grown for its bright yellow flowers which appear in early spring often before snow is gone
Christmas rose
winter rose
black hellebore Helleborus niger
European evergreen plant with white or purplish rose-like winter-blooming flowers
Winteraceae
family Winteraceae
winter's bark family
small family of chiefly tropical shrubs and trees of genera Drimys and Pseudowintera, sometimes included in Magnoliaceae
winter's bark winter's bark tree
Drimys winteri
South American evergreen tree yielding winter's bark and a light soft wood similar to basswood
winter sweet poison arrow plant
Acocanthera oblongifolia
Acocanthera spectabilis
medium-sized shrubby tree of South Africa having thick leathery evergreen leaves and white or pink flowers and globose usually two-seeded purplish black fruits
winter purslane
miner's lettuce
Cuban spinach
Montia perfoliata
succulent herb sometimes grown as a salad or pot herb, grows on dunes and waste ground of Pacific coast of North America
winter cress
St. Barbara's herb
scurvy grass
any plant of the genus Barbarea: yellow-flowered Eurasian cresses, widely cultivated for winter salad
Belle Isle cress
early winter cress
land cress
American cress
American watercress Barbarea verna
Barbarea praecox
of southwestern Europe, cultivated in Florida
winter heliotrope
sweet coltsfoot Petasites fragrans
European herb with vanilla-scented white-pink flowers
winter squash
winter squash plant
any of various plants of the species Cucurbita maxima and Cucurbita moschata producing squashes that have hard rinds and mature in the fall
winter crookneck
winter crookneck squash
Cucurbita moschata
any of various plants bearing squash having hard rinds and elongated recurved necks
winter melon
Persian melon
honeydew melon
winter melon vine
Cucumis melo inodorus
any of a variety of muskmelon vines having fruit with a smooth white rind and white or greenish flesh that does not have a musky smell
winter heath
spring heath
Erica carnea
dwarf European shrub with very early blooming bell-shaped red flowers
love-in-winter
western prince's pine
Chimaphila umbellata
Chimaphila corymbosa
Eurasian herb with white or pinkish flowers in a terminal corymb
winter jasmine
Jasminum nudiflorum
deciduous rambling shrub widely cultivated for its winter-blooming yellow flowers
winter hazel
flowering hazel
any of several Asiatic deciduous shrubs cultivated for their nodding racemes of yellow flowers that appear before the leaves
field pea
field-pea plant
Austrian winter pea
Pisum sativum arvense
Pisum arvense
variety of pea plant native to the Mediterranean region and North Africa and widely grown especially for forage
rosebud cherry
winter flowering cherry
Prunus subhirtella
shrub or tree native to Japan cultivated as an ornamental for its rose-pink flowers
winter currant
Ribes sanguineum
a flowering shrub
oregano
marjoram
pot marjoram
wild marjoram
winter sweet Origanum vulgare
aromatic Eurasian perennial
dittany of crete
cretan dittany
crete dittany
hop marjoram
winter sweet Origanum dictamnus
dwarf aromatic shrub of Crete
winter savory
Satureja montana
Satureia montana
erect perennial subshrub having pink or white flowers and leathery leaves with a flavor of thyme, southern Europe
Jerusalem cherry
winter cherry Madeira winter cherry
Solanum pseudocapsicum
small South American shrub cultivated as a houseplant for its abundant ornamental but poisonous red or yellow cherry-sized fruit
Chinese lantern plant
winter cherry bladder cherry
Physalis alkekengi
Old World perennial cultivated for its ornamental inflated papery orangeed calyx
hemlock poison hemlock
poison parsley
California fern
Nebraska fern
winter fern
Conium maculatum
large branching biennial herb native to Eurasia and Africa and adventive in North America having large fernlike leaves and white flowers, usually found in damp habitats, all parts extremely poisonous
winter urn a common name for a variety of Sarcosomataceae
winter mushroom
Flammulina velutipes
an edible agaric that is available in early spring or late fall when few other mushrooms are, has a viscid smooth orange to brown cap and a velvety stalk that turns black in maturity and pallid gills, often occur in clusters
Morchella semilibera
half-free morel
cow's head
a morel with the ridged and pitted fertile portion attached to the stipe for about half its length
winter's bark aromatic bark having tonic and stimulant properties
half-pay reduced wage paid to someone who is not working full time
time and a half a rate of pay that is . times the regular rate, for overtime work
half crown an English coin worth half a crown
half dollar
fiftyent piece
a United States coin worth half of a dollar
half eagle a former gold coin in United States worth dollars
half mile
yards
a unit of length equal to half of mile
light year
light-year
the distance that light travels in a vacuum in year, . trillion miles or . trillion kilometers
half pound ounces avoirdupois
one-half
half
one of two equal parts of a divisible whole, half a loaf, half an hour, a century and one half
b six
VI
sixer
sise
Captain Hicks
half a dozen
sextet
sestet
sextuplet
hexad
the cardinal number that is the sum of five and one
half-term a short vacation about halfway through a school term, he came to visit at half-term
half-holiday a day on which half is free from work or duty
sabbatical year a sabbatical leave lasting one year
church year
Christian year
the year in the ecclesiastical calendar, especially feast days and special seasons
Holy Year (Roman Catholic Church) a period of remission from sin (usually granted every years)
New Year's Eve
December
the last day of the year
New Year's Day
New Year's
January
the first day of the year
New Year the calendar year just begun

 

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