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Deutsche Ozonloch Synonyme

Englische ozone hole Synonyme

Ozonloch Definition

Air hole
() A hole to admit or discharge air
Air hole
() A fault in a casting, produced by a bubble of air
Black hole
() A dungeon or dark cell in a prison
Cat-hole
(n.) One of two small holes astern, above the gunroom ports, through which hawsers may be passed.
Hand-hole
(n.) A small hole in a boiler for the insertion of the hand in cleaning, etc.
Hole
(a.) Whole.
Hole
(n.) A hollow place or cavity
Hole
(n.) An excavation in the ground, made by an animal to live in, or a natural cavity inhabited by an animal
Hole
(n.) To cut, dig, or bore a hole or holes in
Hole
(n.) To drive into a hole, as an animal, or a billiard ball.
Hole
(v. i.) To go or get into a hole.
Ozone
(n.) A colorless gaseous substance (O/) obtained (as by the silent discharge of electricity in oxygen) as an allotropic form of oxygen, containing three atoms in the molecule. It is a streng oxidizer, and probably exists in the air, though by he ordinary tests it is liable to be confused with certain other substances, as hydrogen dioxide, or certain oxides of nitrogen. It derives its name from its peculiar odor, which resembles that of weak chlorine.
Peeping hole
() See Peephole.
Pit-hole
(n.) A pit
Sight-hole
(n.) A hole for looking through
Teaze-hole
(n.) The opening in the furnaces through which fuel is introduced.

ozone hole / ozone holes Bedeutung

air hole a hole that allows the passage of air
Black Hole of Calcutta a dungeon ( feet square) in a fort in Calcutta where as many as English prisoners were held overnight by Siraj-ud-daula, the next morning only were still alive
bore
bore-hole
drill hole
a hole or passage made by a drill, usually made for exploratory purposes
buttonhole
button hole
a hole through which buttons are pushed
ear hole a hole (as in a helmet) for sound to reach the ears
finger hole a hole for inserting a finger
finger hole one of a series of holes in a woodwind instrument, pitch changes when a finger covers it
foxhole
fox hole
a small dugout with a pit for individual shelter against enemy fire
funk hole dugout as a place of safe retreat (when in a funk)
glory hole
lazaretto
a small locker at the stern of a boat or between decks of a ship
hole an opening deliberately made in or through something
hole golf hole one playing period (from tee to green) on a golf course, he played holes
hole card (poker) a playing card dealt face down and not revealed until the showdown
lubber's hole hole in a platform on a mast through which a sailor can climb without going out on the shrouds
mouth hole a hole (as in a ski mask) for the mouth
nail hole a hole left after a nail is removed
posthole
post hole
a hole dug in the ground to hold a fence post
posthole digger
post-hole digger
a shovel used to sink postholes
shot hole drill hole for a charge of an explosive
smoke hole a vent (as in a roof) for smoke to escape
sound hole a hole in a soundboard (as of a violin) designed to resonate with the tones
vent
venthole
vent-hole
blowhole
a hole for the escape of gas or air
trap
cakehole
hole
maw
yap
gob
informal terms for the mouth
toad-in-the-hole sausage baked in batter
hole-in-the-wall a small unpretentious out-of-the-way place, his office was a hole-in-the-wall
watering place
watering hole
spa
a health resort near a spring or at the seaside
black hole a region of space resulting from the collapse of a star, extremely high gravitational field
bolt-hole a hole through which an animal may bolt when pursued into its burrow or den
bullet hole a hole made by a bullet passing through it
gopher hole a hole in the ground made by gophers
hole an opening into or through something
hole hollow a depression hollowed out of solid matter
kettle hole
kettle
(geology) a hollow (typically filled by a lake) that results from the melting of a mass of ice trapped in glacial deposits
ozone hole an area of the ozone layer (near the poles) that is seasonally depleted of ozone
ozone layer
ozonosphere
a layer in the stratosphere (at approximatelymiles) that contains a concentration of ozone sufficient to block most ultraviolet radiation from the sun
rabbit burrow
rabbit hole
a hole in the ground as a nest made by wild rabbits
sinkhole
sink
swallow hole
a depression in the ground communicating with a subterranean passage (especially in limestone) and formed by solution or by collapse of a cavern roof
swimming hole a small body of water (usually in a creek) that is deep enough to use for swimming
water hole a natural hole or hollow containing water
air pocket
pocket
air hole
a local region of low pressure or descending air that causes a plane to lose height suddenly
hole card any assets that are concealed until they can be used advantageously
hole an unoccupied space
ozone sickness illness that can occur to persons exposed to ozone in high-altitude aircraft, characterized by sleepiness and headache and chest pains and itchiness
fix
hole
jam
mess muddle pickle
kettle of fish
informal terms for a difficult situation, he got into a terrible fix, he made a muddle of his marriage
hole a fault, he shot holes in my argument
ozone a colorless gas (O) soluble in alkalis and cold water, a strong oxidizing agent, can be produced by electric discharge in oxygen or by the action of ultraviolet radiation on oxygen in the stratosphere (where it acts as a screen for ultraviolet radiation)
hibernate
hole up
sleep during winter, Bears must eat a lot of food before they hibernate in their caves
hole up score a hole in one
hole make holes in
hole hole out hit the ball into the hole
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Als Ozonloch bezeichnet man eine starke Ausdünnung der Ozonschicht, wie sie insbesondere über der Antarktis zu beobachten ist. Die Ursachen der Ozonzerstörung sind hauptsächlich radikalische Chloratome aus chlorierten organischen Verbindungen, zusammenfassend Fluorchlorkohlenwasserstoffen genannt. Die ausgedünnte Ozonschicht lässt mehr vom UV-B-Anteil der Sonnenstrahlung zum Erdboden durch. Ultraviolette Strahlung kann bei Lebewesen karzinogen wirken.