F��nkchen {n} Deutsch Englisch bersetzung

Salpetersureanhydrid n; Distickstoffpentoxid n (N2O2) chem.
nitrogen acid anhydride; dinitrogen pentoxide; nitrogen pentoxide; nitrogen(V)oxide
Stickstoff(V)-Oxid n; Distickstoffpentoxid n N2O5 chem.
nitrogen(V) oxide; nitrogen dinitrogen pentoxide; nitrogen acid anhydride
Stickstoff(V)-Oxid n; Distickstoffpentoxid n N2O5 chem.
nitrogen(V) oxide; nitrogen dinitrogen pentoxide; nitrogen acid anhydride
Naarn f (Fluss) geogr.
Naarn (river)
Nabe f, Radnabe f
Dreigang-Nabe f
starre Nabe
three-speed hub
fixed sprocket hub
Nabe, Wickelkern
Nabe f; Radnabe f
Dreigang-Nabe f
starre Nabe
three-speed hub
fixed sprocket hub
Welle-Nabe Verbindung f techn.
shaft-hub connection
Welle-Nabe Verbindung f techn.
shaft-to-collar connection
Keilverbindung f (zwischen Nabe und Welle) mach.
feste Keilverbindung
lose Keilverbindung
key fitting; keying
firm keying
loose keying
Nabel m anat.
navel, umbilicus
Nabel m der Welt btr.
hub of the world
Nabel m anat.
navel; umbilicus
Nabel... anat.
innerhalb des Nabels (liegend gelegen) adj
infra-umbilikal; unter dem Nabel (liegend gelegen) adj anat.
Bauchnabel m; Nabel m anat.
navel; umbilicus med.; belly button coll.; tummy button coll.
Glasblserpfeife f; Glasmacherpfeife f
Glasblserpfeifen pl; Glasmacherpfeifen pl
Kopf Nabel der Glasblserpfeife
blowpipe; blowtube; blow-iron
blowpipes; blowtubes; blow-irons
nose of the blowpipe
Nabel anat.
Nabelbinde f
umbilical bandage
Nabelbruch m med.
umbilical hernia
Aufnahmeeisen n fr Glas; Anfangeisen n; Nabeleisen n; Hafteisen n; Bindeeisen n; Heftnabel m (Glaserzeugung)
gathering iron; pontil; pontie (glassmaking)
nabelfrmig adj
umbelicated; umbelicate
bauchfrei; taillenfrei selten; Bauchfrei adj textil.
bauchnabelfreies Oberteil; bauchfreies Shirt; nabelfreies Top
belly ; tummy coll.; bare-midriff; cropped; showing your belly button
midriff-baring shirt; midriff-baring top; half shirt; belly shirt; belly top; tummy top; cropped top; crop top
bare-midriff look
Venusnabel m; Nabelkraut n (Umbilicus) (botanische Gattung) bot.
navelworts; navels (botanical genus)
Nabelmieren pl (Moehringia) (botanische Gattung) bot.
sandworts (botanical genus)
Nabelpiercing n
belly piercing
Piercing n
Labret-Piercing n (Lippenbereich)
Madonna-Piercing n; Monroe-Piercing n (dezentral ber Oberlippe)
Nabelpiercing n
labret piercing
Madonna piercing; Monroe piercing
belly piercing
Nabelpunkt m math.
navel point; umbilical point; umbilic
periumbilikal; periomphalisch; in der Umgebung des Nabels (liegend gelegen) adj anat.
periumbilical; parumbilical; periomphalic
intra-umbilikal; innerhalb des Nabels (liegend gelegen) adj
Nabelschau f btr.
navel-gazing fig.
Nabelschnur f anat.
umbilical cord
Nabelschnur f anat.
umbilical cord; umbilical chord rare; belly stalk; abdominal stalk; funis
Nabelschnurblut n med.
umbilical cord blood
Nabelschnurrckverlagerung f; Reposition f eines Nabelschnurvorfalls; Omphalotaxis f med.
reposition of a prolapsed umbilicus; omphalotaxis
Nabelschnurumschlingung f med.
nuchal loop; nuchal cord
Pekari n; Nabelschwein n zool.
peccary; javelina
Nabenabdeckung f
Nabenabdeckungen pl
hub cap
hub caps
Nabenabstand m
Nabenabstnde pl
boss spacing
boss spacings
Nabenabstand m techn.
Nabenabstnde pl
boss spacing
boss spacings
boss spacing
Nabenabzieher m
Nabenabzieher pl
hub puller
hub pullers
Nabenachse f techn.
Nabenachsen pl
hub axle
hub axles
Nabenanlageflche f
hub face
Nabenbohrung f
Nabenbohrungen pl
hub bore
hub bores
Bohrloch n; Bohrung f (im Boden) geol.
Bohrlcher pl; Bohrungen pl
Durchgangsbohrung f
Nabenbohrung f
Passbohrung f
Schaftbohrung f
Stufenbohrung f
Zylinderbohrung f
ein Bohrloch erweitern
borehole; bore (in the ground)
boreholes; bores
through bore
hub bore
fitted bore
stem bore
stepped bore
cylinder bore
to enlarge a borehole
Nabenbremse f
Nabenbremsen pl
hub brake
hub brakes
Nabendynamo m (Fahrrad) electr.
Nabendynamos pl
hub-dynamo; dynamo-hub; dynohub
hub-dynamos; dynamo-hubs; dynohubs
Nabenflansch m
hub flange
Nabenflansch m
Nabenflansche pl
hub flange
hub flanges
Nabengetriebe f
hub gears
Nabenkrper m techn.
Nabenkrper pl
hub shell
hub shells
Nabenkonus m techn.
hub cone
Nabenschere f techn.
Nabenscheren pl
hub disk Br., hub disc Am.
hub disks, hub discs
Nabenschere f techn.
Nabenscheren pl
hub disc Br.; hub disk Am.
hub discs; hub disks
Nabensenker m
Nabensitz m
hub seat
Nabenteil n
centre member, shell (wire wheel)
Nabenteil n
Nabenteile pl
centre member; shell (wire wheel)
centre members; shells
Nabenweite f der Hinterachse
rear hub spacing
Nabenwirbel m; Nabenwulst m (bei der Propellernabe) aviat.
boss vortex; boss eddy; eddy (at the propeller boss)
Sichelwanzen pl (Nabidae) (zoologische Familie) zool.
damsel bugs (zoological family)
Nabis-Wanzen pl (Nabis) (zoologische Gattung) zool.
Rotbraune Sichelwanze f (Nabis rugosus)
nabis bugs (zoological genus)
common damsel bug
Nabismus m art

Deutsche F��nkchen {n} Synonyme

Englische nitrogen acid anhydride; dinitrogen pentoxide; nitrogen pentoxide; nitrogenoxide Synonyme

nitrogen  acetylene  ammonia  argon  asphyxiating gas  butane  carbon dioxide  carbon monoxide  castor-bean meal  chlorine  coal gas  commercial fertilizer  compost  dressing  dung  enrichener  ethane  ether  ethylene  fertilizer  fluorine  formaldehyde  guano  helium  hydrogen  illuminating gas  krypton  lewisite  manure  marsh gas  methane  muck  mustard gas  natural gas  neon  night soil  nitrate  organic fertilizer  oxygen  ozone  phosphate  poison gas  propane  radon  sewer gas  superphosphate  xenon  

F��nkchen {n} Definition

(a.) Sour, sharp, or biting to the taste
(a.) Of or pertaining to an acid
(n.) A sour substance.
(n.) One of a class of compounds, generally but not always distinguished by their sour taste, solubility in water, and reddening of vegetable blue or violet colors. They are also characterized by the power of destroying the distinctive properties of alkalies or bases, combining with them to form salts, at the same time losing their own peculiar properties. They all contain hydrogen, united with a more negative element or radical, either alone, or more generally with oxygen, and take their names from this negative element or radical. Those which contain no oxygen are sometimes called hydracids in distinction from the others which are called oxygen acids or oxacids.
(n.) An oxide of a nonmetallic body or an organic radical, capable of forming an acid by uniting with the elements of water
Barbituric acid
() A white, crystalline substance, CH2(CO.NH)2.CO, derived from alloxantin, also from malonic acid and urea, and regarded as a substituted urea.
Cyanuric acid
() an organic acid, C3O3N3H3, first obtained by heating uric acid or urea, and called pyrouric acid
(n.) An acid elevator, as a tube through which acid is forced to some height in a sulphuric acid manufactory.
(n.) A colorless nonmetallic element, tasteless and odorless, comprising four fifths of the atmosphere by volume. It is chemically very inert in the free state, and as such is incapable of supporting life (hence the name azote still used by French chemists)
(n.) A binary compound of oxygen with an atom or radical, or a compound which is regarded as binary
(n.) An oxide containing five atoms of oxygen in each molecule
(a.) Having a taste compounded of saltness and acidity

nitrogen acid anhydride; dinitrogen pentoxide; nitrogen pentoxide; nitrogen(V)oxide Bedeutung

c acid
back breaker
dose dot
loony toons
Lucy in the sky with diamonds
pane superman
window pane
street name for lysergic acid diethylamide
acetylsalicylic acid
St. Joseph
the acetylated derivative of salicylic acid, used as an analgesic anti-inflammatory drug (trade names Bayer, Empirin, and St. Joseph) usually taken in tablet form, used as an antipyretic, slows clotting of the blood by poisoning platelets
diethylbarbituric acid
a barbiturate used as a hypnotic
ethacrynic acid
diuretic (trade name Edecrin) used to treat edema
isobutylphenyl propionic acid
a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and analgesic medicine (trade names Advil and Motrin and Nuprin) used to relieve the pain of arthritis and as an antipyretic, daily use of ibuprofen can irritate the stomach
jet super acid
special K
honey oil
cat valium
super C
street names for ketamine
lead-acid battery
lead-acid accumulator
a battery with lead electrodes with dilute sulphuric acid as the electrolyte, each cell generates about volts
lysergic acid diethylamide
a powerful hallucinogenic drug manufactured from lysergic acid
mefenamic acid
a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory and analgesic drug (trade name Ponstel) used to treat mild pain (especially menstrual cramps)
nalidixic acid
antibacterial agent used especially to treat genitourinary infections
nitrous oxide
laughing gas
inhalation anesthetic used as an anesthetic in dentistry and surgery
valproic acid
anticonvulsant (trade name Depokene) used to prevent some kinds of seizures
gastric juice
gastric acid
digestive secretions of the stomach glands consisting chiefly of hydrochloric acid and mucin and the enzymes pepsin and rennin and lipase
nitrogen narcosis confused or stuporous state caused by high levels of dissolved nitrogen in the blood, deep-sea divers can suffer nitrogen narcosis from breathing air under high pressure
acid test a rigorous or crucial appraisal
psychedelic rock
acid rock
a musical style that emerged in the s, rock music inspired by or related to drug-induced experience
acid head someone who takes LSD
acid-base equilibrium
acid-base balance
(physiology) the normal equilibrium between acids and alkalis in the body, with a normal acid-base balance in the body the blood is slightly alkaline
Krebs cycle
Krebs citric acid cycle
citric acid cycle
tricarboxylic acid cycle
in all plants and animals: a series of enzymatic reactions in mitochondria involving oxidative metabolism of acetyl compounds to produce high-energy phosphate compounds that are the source of cellular energy
nitrogen cycle the circulation of nitrogen, nitrates from the soil are absorbed by plants which are eaten by animals that die and decay returning the nitrogen back to the soil
nitrogen fixation the assimilation of atmospheric nitrogen by soil bacteria and its release for plant use on the death of the bacteria
acid value (chemistry) the amount of free acid present in fat as measured by the milligrams of potassium hydroxide needed to neutralize it, as the glycerides in fat slowly decompose the acid value increases
nitrogen balance the balance between the amount of nitrogen taken in (to the soil or the body) and the amount given off (lost or excreted)
acid rain
acid precipitation
rain containing acids that form in the atmosphere when industrial gas emissions (especially sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides) combine with water
homogentisic acid
an acid formed as an intermediate product of the metabolism of tyrosine and phenylalanine
domoic acid a neurotoxin that is deadly for humans, found in various marine algae
acetic acid
ethanoic acid
a colorless pungent liquid widely used in manufacturing plastics and pharmaceuticals
amino acid
aminoalkanoic acid
organic compounds containing an amino group and a carboxylic acid group, proteins are composed of various proportions of aboutcommon amino acids
aspartic acid a crystalline amino acid found in proteins and occurring naturally in sugar beets and sugar cane
essential amino acid an amino acid that is required by animals but that they cannot synthesize, must be supplied in the diet
gamma aminobutyric acid
an amino acid that is found in the central nervous system, acts as an inhibitory neurotransmitter
glutamic acid
glutaminic acid
an amino acid occurring in proteins, important in the nitrogen metabolism of plants, used in monosodium glutamate to enhance the flavor of meats
iodoamino acid an amino acid with iodine added
acid any of various water-soluble compounds having a sour taste and capable of turning litmus red and reacting with a base to form a salt
acid-base indicator an indicator that changes color on going from acidic to basic solutions
alpha-linolenic acid a polyunsaturated fatty acid with carbon atoms, the only omega- fatty acid found in vegetable products, it is most abundant in canola oil, a fatty acid essential for nutrition
arsenic acid an acid formed from arsenic pentoxide
cerotic acid
hexacosanoic acid
a white solid fatty acid found in waxes (such as beeswax)
chloric acid (HClO) a strong unstable acid with an acrid odor found in chlorate salts
chlorous acid (HClO) a strongly oxidizing acid, known only in solution
monobasic acid an acid containing only one replaceable hydrogen atom per molecule
dibasic acid an acid containing two replaceable hydrogen atoms per molecule
tribasic acid an acid containing three replaceable hydrogen atoms per molecule
tetrabasic acid an acid containing four replaceable hydrogen atoms per molecule
fulminic acid (CNOH) an unstable acid occurring mainly in the form of explosive salts and esters that is isomeric with cyanic acid
gamma acid a crystalline acid used to make azo dyes
hexanedioic acid
adipic acid
a carboxylic acid used in the manufacture of nylon
hydrazoic acid
hydrogen azide
a colorless explosive liquid that is volatile and poisonous and foul-smelling
hydriodic acid (HI) a colorless or yellow aqueous solution of hydrogen iodide, hydriodic acid is a strong acid
hydrocyanic acid
prussic acid
a solution of hydrogen cyanide in water, weak solutions are used in fumigating and in the synthesis of organic compounds
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