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Atomkrieg m
Atomkriege pl
nuclear war; nuclear warfare
nuclear wars
Krieg m (gegen jdn. etw.) mil.
Kriege pl
Angriffskrieg m; Aggressionskrieg m
Atomkrieg m
Befreiungskrieg m
Blitzkrieg m
Bruderkrieg m
Bürgerkrieg m
Drohnenkrieg m
Eroberungskrieg m
Gebirgskrieg m
Glaubenskrieg m; Religionskrieg m; Glaubenskampf m
Grabenkrieg m
Guerillakrieg m; Partisanenkrieg m
Krieg gegen Aufständische
Krieg gegen Guerillagruppen; Krieg gegen Partisanenverbände
Landkrieg m
Luftkrieg m
Mehrfrontenkrieg m
Präventivkrieg m
Revolutionskrieg m
schmutziger Krieg
Seekrieg m
Stellungskrieg m
Stellvertreterkrieg m
U-Boot-Krieg m
Unabhängigkeitskrieg m
Vernichtungskrieg m
Verteidigungskrieg m
Wüstenkrieg m
Zermürbungskrieg m; Abnutzungskrieg m
Zweifrontenkrieg m
der Hundertjährige Krieg hist.
im Krieg
begrenzter strategischer Krieg
durch Zufall ausgelöster Krieg
jdm. den Krieg erklären
in einem Krieg kämpfen
einen Krieg gewinnen verlieren
Krieg führen (gegen jdn. etw.)
vom Krieg betroffen
Krieg geringer Intensität
(gegen jdn.) in den Krieg ziehen
1920 waren Polen und Russland nach wie vor im Kriegszustand.
Krieg ist die Fortsetzung der Politik mit anderen Mitteln. (Clausewitz)
Du siehst ja ganz schön ramponiert aus.
war (on against sb. sth.)
wars
war of aggression; aggressive war
nuclear war
war of liberation; liberation war
blitzkrieg; blitz; fast moving war
fratricidal war
civil war
drone war
war of conquest
mountain war
war of religion; religious war
trench war
guerilla war; partisan war
counterinsurgency war
counter-guerilla war; counter-partisan war
land war
aerial war
multi-front war; multiple-front war
preventive war
revolutionary war
dirty war
naval war
static war
proxy war
submarine war
war of independence
war of extermination; destructive war
defensive war
desert war
war of attrition
two-front war
the Hundred Years' War
at war
limited strategic war
accidental war
to declare war on sb.
to fight in a war
to win lose a war
to fight wage (a) war (on against sb. sth.)
war-affected
low-intensity war
to go to war (with sb.)
In 1920 Poland and Russia were still at war.
War is the continuation of politics by other means. (Clausewitz)
You look like you've been in the wars. Br.
Atomkrieg m
Atomkriege pl
nuclear war; nuclear warfare
nuclear wars
Krieg m (gegen jdn. etw.) mil.
Kriege pl
Angriffskrieg m; Aggressionskrieg m
Atomkrieg m
Befreiungskrieg m
Blitzkrieg m
Bruderkrieg m
Bürgerkrieg m
Drohnenkrieg m
Eroberungskrieg m
Gebirgskrieg m
Glaubenskrieg m; Religionskrieg m; Glaubenskampf m
Grabenkrieg m
Guerillakrieg m; Partisanenkrieg m
Krieg gegen Aufständische
Krieg gegen Guerillagruppen; Krieg gegen Partisanenverbände
Landkrieg m
Luftkrieg m
Mehrfrontenkrieg m
Präventivkrieg m
Revolutionskrieg m
schmutziger Krieg
Seekrieg m
Stellungskrieg m
Stellvertreterkrieg m
U-Boot-Krieg m
Unabhängigkeitskrieg m
Vernichtungskrieg m
Verteidigungskrieg m
Wüstenkrieg m
Zermürbungskrieg m; Abnutzungskrieg m
Zweifrontenkrieg m
der Hundertjährige Krieg hist.
im Krieg
begrenzter strategischer Krieg
durch Zufall ausgelöster Krieg
jdm. den Krieg erklären
in einem Krieg kämpfen
einen Krieg gewinnen verlieren
Krieg führen (gegen jdn. etw.)
vom Krieg betroffen
Krieg geringer Intensität
(gegen jdn.) in den Krieg ziehen
1920 waren Polen und Russland nach wie vor im Kriegszustand.
Krieg ist die Fortsetzung der Politik mit anderen Mitteln. (Clausewitz)
Du siehst ja ganz schön ramponiert aus.
war (on against sb. sth.)
wars
war of aggression; aggressive war
nuclear war
war of liberation; liberation war
blitzkrieg; blitz; fast moving war
fratricidal war
civil war
drone war
war of conquest
mountain war
war of religion; religious war
trench war
guerilla war; partisan war
counterinsurgency war
counter-guerilla war; counter-partisan war
land war
aerial war
multi-front war; multiple-front war
preventive war
revolutionary war
dirty war
naval war
static war
proxy war
submarine war
war of independence
war of extermination; destructive war
defensive war
desert war
war of attrition
two-front war
the Hundred Years' War
at war
limited strategic war
accidental war
to declare war on sb.
to fight in a war
to win lose a war
to fight wage (a) war (on against sb. sth.)
war-affected
low-intensity war
to go to war (with sb.)
In 1920 Poland and Russia were still at war.
War is the continuation of politics by other means. (Clausewitz)
You look like you've been in the wars. Br.

Deutsche Atomkrieg Synonyme

atomkrieg  
Atomkrieg  Nuklearkrieg  
Atomkrieg  Nuklearkrieg  

Englische nuclear war; nuclear warfare Synonyme

nuclear  amidships  average  central  chromatinic  chromosomal  core  diploid  equatorial  equidistant  extranuclear  halfway  haploid  heteronuclear  homonuclear  interior  intermediary  intermediate  isonuclear  mean  medial  median  mediocre  mediterranean  medium  mesial  mezzo  mid  middle  middlemost  middling  midland  midmost  midships  midway  nucleal  nucleary  nucleate  nucleolar  nucleolate  nucleolated  polyploid  thermonuclear  
nuclear fission  alpha decay  atom-chipping  atom-smashing  atomic disintegration  atomic reaction  atomization  beta decay  bombardment  breeding  bullet  chain reaction  cleavage  disintegration series  dissociation  exchange reaction  fission  fission reaction  gamma decay  ionization  neutron reaction  nonreversible reaction  nucleization  photodisintegration  proton gun  proton reaction  reversible reaction  splitting the atom  stimulation  target  thermonuclear reaction  
nuclear physics  Newtonian physics  acoustics  aerophysics  applied physics  astrophysics  atomic science  atomics  atomistics  atomology  basic conductor physics  biophysics  chemical physics  cryogenics  crystallography  cytophysics  electron physics  electronics  electrophysics  geophysics  macrophysics  mass spectrography  mass spectrometry  mathematical physics  mechanics  medicophysics  microphysics  molecular physics  natural philosophy  natural science  nuclear chemistry  optics  philosophy  physic  physical chemistry  physical science  physicochemistry  physicomathematics  physics  psychophysics  quantum mechanics  radiation physics  radiology  radionics  solar physics  solid-state physics  statics  stereophysics  theoretical physics  thermionics  thermodynamics  wave mechanics  zoophysics  
nuclear power  AEC  Atomic Energy Commission  activation energy  atomic energy  atomic power  atomic project  atomic research  binding energy  electric power  electropower  energy level  horsepower  hydraulic power  hydroelectric power  impulse  jet power  manpower  mass energy  nuclear energy  piston power  propulsion  rocket power  solar power  steam power  thermonuclear power  thrust  water power  

Atomkrieg Definition

Nuclear
(a.) Of or pertaining to a nucleus
Warfare
(n.) Military service
Warfare
(n.) Contest
Warfare
(v. i.) To lead a military life

nuclear war; nuclear warfare / nuclear wars Bedeutung

somatic cell nuclear transplantation
somatic cell nuclear transfer
SCNT
nuclear transplantation
moving a cell nucleus and its genetic material from one cell to another
ecoterrorism
ecological terrorism
eco-warfare
ecological warfare
violence carried out to further the political or social objectives of the environmentalists
nuclear terrorism the use of a nuclear device by a terrorist organization to cause massive devastation or the use (or threat of use) of fissionable radioactive materials, assaults on nuclear power plants is one form of nuclear terrorism
psychological warfare
war of nerves
the use of psychological tactics to destroy the opponents' morale
electronic warfare
EW
military action involving the use of electromagnetic energy to determine or exploit or reduce or prevent hostile use of the electromagnetic spectrum
class struggle
class war
class warfare
conflict between social or economic classes (especially between the capitalist and proletariat classes)
trench warfare a type of armed combat in which the opposing troops fight from trenches that face each other, instead of the war ending quickly, it became bogged down in trench warfare
chemical warfare
chemical operations
warfare using chemical agents to kill or injure or incapacitate the enemy
biological warfare
BW
biological attack
biologic attack
bioattack
the use of bacteria or viruses or toxins to destroy men and animals or food
biological warfare defense
biological warfare defence
BW defense
BW defence
defense against biological warfare
war
warfare
the waging of armed conflict against an enemy, thousands of people were killed in the war
electronic warfare-support measures
ESM
electronic warfare undertaken under direct control of an operational commander to locate sources of radiated electromagnetic energy for the purpose of immediate threat recognition
germ warfare
bacteriological warfare
the use of harmful bacteria as a weapon
information warfare
IW
the use of information or information technology during a time of crisis or conflict to achieve or promote specific objectives over a specific adversary or adversaries, not everyone agrees that information warfare is limited to the realm of traditional warfare
nuclear deterrence the military doctrine that an enemy will be deterred from using nuclear weapons as long as he can be destroyed as a consequence, when two nations both resort to nuclear deterrence the consequence could be mutual destruction
war warfare an active struggle between competing entities, a price war, a war of wits, diplomatic warfare
trench warfare a struggle (usually prolonged) between competing entities in which neither side is able to win, the hope that his superior campaigning skills would make a difference evaporated in the realization that electioneering had become a form of trench warfare
Balkan Wars two wars (-) that were fought over the last of the European territories of the Ottoman Empire and that left the area around Constantinople (now Istanbul) as the only Ottoman territory in Europe
Napoleonic Wars a series of wars fought between France (led by Napoleon Bonaparte) and alliances involving England and Prussia and Russia and Austria at different times, -
War of the Roses
Wars of the Roses
struggle for the English throne (-) between the house of York (white rose) and the house of Lancaster (red rose) ending with the accession of the Tudor monarch Henry VII
atomic warhead
nuclear warhead
thermonuclear warhead
nuke
the warhead of a missile designed to deliver an atom bomb
nautilus
nuclear submarine
nuclear-powered submarine
a submarine that is propelled by nuclear power
nuclear-powered ship ship whose motive power comes from the energy of a nuclear reactor
nuclear reactor
reactor
(physics) any of several kinds of apparatus that maintain and control a nuclear reaction for the production of energy or artificial elements
nuclear rocket a rocket engine in which a nuclear reactor is used to heat a propellant
nuclear weapon
atomic weapon
a weapon of mass destruction whose explosive power derives from a nuclear reaction
nuclear medicine the branch of medicine that uses radioactive materials either to image a patient's body or to destroy diseased cells
radiochemistry
nuclear chemistry
the chemistry of radioactive substances
nuclear physics
atomic physics
nucleonics
the branch of physics that studies the internal structure of atomic nuclei
nuclear engineering the branch of engineering concerned with the design and construction and operation of nuclear reactors
nuclear explosion
atomic explosion
the explosion of an atomic bomb
nuclear club the nations possessing nuclear weapons
nuclear family
conjugal family
a family consisting of parents and their children and grandparents of a marital partner
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
NRC
an independent federal agency created in to license and regulate nuclear power plants
Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division
NAWCWPNS
the principal agency of the United States Navy for research and development for air warfare and missile weapon systems
Naval Special Warfare
NSW
the agency that provides units to conduct unconventional and counter-guerilla warfare
Naval Surface Warfare Center
NSWC
the agency that provides scientific and engineering and technical support for all aspects of surface warfare
Naval Underwater Warfare Center
NUWC
the agency that provides scientific and engineering and technical support for submarine and undersea warfare systems
Veterans of Foreign Wars
VFW
an organization of United States war veterans
nuclear chemist
radiochemist
a chemist who specializes in nuclear chemistry
nuclear physicist a physicist who specializes in nuclear physics
atomic energy
nuclear energy
the energy released by a nuclear reaction
atomic power
nuclear power
nuclear energy regarded as a source of electricity for the power grid (for civilian use)
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
nuclear resonance the resonance absorption of a gamma ray by a nucleus identical to the nucleus that emitted the gamma ray
nuclear magnetic resonance
NMR
proton magnetic resonance
resonance of protons to radiation in a magnetic field
nuclear propulsion the use of a nuclear reactor either to produce electricity to power an engine (as in a nuclear submarine) or to directly heat a propellant (as in nuclear rockets)
fission
nuclear fission
a nuclear reaction in which a massive nucleus splits into smaller nuclei with the simultaneous release of energy
fusion
nuclear fusion
nuclear fusion reaction
a nuclear reaction in which nuclei combine to form more massive nuclei with the simultaneous release of energy
meltdown
nuclear meltdown
severe overheating of the core of a nuclear reactor resulting in the core melting and radiation escaping
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Als Atomkrieg bezeichnet man einen Krieg, der mit Kernwaffen geführt wird. Die bisher einzigen Einsätze mit solchen Waffen in einem Konflikt waren die Atombombenabwürfe auf Hiroshima und Nagasaki durch die USA im August 1945. Seit der Anfangszeit des Kalten Krieges besteht die Möglichkeit eines Atomkrieges. Mit dem Wettrüsten, das heißt dem Aufbau riesiger Nuklearwaffenarsenale durch die Super- und übrigen Atommächte, wurde der Atomkrieg zu einer realen Bedrohung für das Überleben der Menschheit. Mit dem Ende des Kalten Kriegs und der Konfrontation der beiden Supermächte Anfang der 1990er Jahre sank die Gefahr eines solchen Konflikts erheblich. Heute wird das Risiko eines möglichen Atomkriegs eher in Regionen mit aufstrebenden, Nuklearwaffen besitzenden Schwellenländern wie Indien, Pakistan oder Nordkorea verortet.