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hartverchromt adj
hard chrome-plated
bare Münze, Hartgeld
hard cash
fleißiger Arbeiter
hard worker
Gebrauchsgüter
hard goods
hart umkämpft
hard-fought
hart verhandeln
drive a hard bargain
hart, schwierig
hard
harte Währung
hard currency
in Geldverlegenheit
hard up
Inflationssockel
hard-core inflation
längerfristige Arbeitslosigkeit
hard-core unemployment
nackte Tatsachen
hard facts
schlechte Zeiten
hard times
schwer arbeiten
to work hard
schwer arbeiten
work hard
schwer verkäuflich
hard to sell
schwer zu besetzende offene Stelle
hard-to-fill vacancy
sehr fleißig
hard-working
unabänderliche Regel, feste Regel
hard rule
zum Kauf zwingen
hard selling
Aufpanzerung f (Schweißvorgang) techn.
hard surfacing, hard facing
Auftragsschweiße f, Aufpanzerung f techn.
hard surfacing layer, hard facing layer
Ausdruck m
hard copy
Chrom n
chrome
Chromerz n
chrome ore
Chromfarbstoff m
Chromfarbstoffe pl
chrome dye
chrome dyes
Chrom-Molybdän n
chrome-moly
Denksportaufgabe f, harte Nuss f, schwere Frage f
teaser, brain teaser, a hard nut to crack fig.
Durchkontaktierung f
plated through-hole
Durststrecke f
lean period, hard times
Einband m
Einbände pl, Einfassungen pl
Einband lose
beschädigter Einband
fester Einband
flexibler Einband
gestickter Einband
Einband fehlt
lose im Einband
binding
bindings
binding loose
binding worn
hard-cover
soft-cover
embroidered binding
binding gone
binding loosened
Entscheidung f, Urteil n, Beschluss m
Entscheidungen pl
begründete Entscheidung
endgültige Entscheidung
eine Entscheidung treffen, eine Entscheidung fällen
zu einer Entscheidung gelangen
sich eine Entscheidung schwer machen
decision
decisions
reasoned decision
final decision
to come to a decision
to arrive at a decision
to find it hard to make a decision, to find the decision a hard one
Ewiggestrige m f , Ewiggestriger
die-hard
Fall m, Sache f, Prozess m
Fälle pl
ein schwieriger Fall
auf jeden Fall
auf jeden Fall, auf alle Fälle
auf keinen Fall
auf gar keinen Fall
dieser spezielle Fall
für alle Fälle
für den Fall, dass ich ...
für solche Fälle
hoffnungsloser Fall
schlimmster Fall, ungünstigster Fall
in den meisten Fällen
im Falle, für den Fall
in diesem Fall
in vielen Fällen
zu Fall bringen
zu Fall bringen
auf alle Fälle
auf alle Fälle
einer der wenigen Fälle
case
cases
a hard case
at all events, in any event, at any rate
in any case
by no means, in no case, on no account
not on any account
this particular case
just in case
in case I ...
for such occasions
basket case
worst case
in the majority of cases
in the event
in that case
in many instances
to make fall, to bring down
to cause the downfall
at all events
without fail
one of the rare cases
Festplatte f, Harddisk f comp.
Festplatten pl, Harddisks pl
redundante Anordnung unabhängiger Festplatten
hard disk, harddisk Br., hard disc, harddisc Am.
hard disks, harddisks, hard discs, harddiscs
redundant array of independent
inexpensive disks (RAID)
Fuß m
Füße pl
zu Fuß gehen
jdm. auf den Fuß treten
auf eigenen Füßen stehen
auf großem Fuß leben
auf gutem Fuß stehen
auf schlechtem Fuß stehen
jdm. auf dem falschen Fuß erwischen übtr.
etw. auf dem Fuße folgen
jdn.
etw. mit Füßen treten übtr.
festen Fuß fassen
kalte Füße bekommen
mit dem falschen Fuß aufstehen übtr.
foot
feet
to go on foot, to walk
to tread on sb.'s foot
to stand on one's own feet, to stand by oneself
to live like a lord, to live in style
to be on good terms
to be on bad terms
to catch sb. on the wrong foot
to be hot on the heels of sth., to follow hard on sth.
to trample all over so.
sth.
to gain a foothold
to get cold feet
to get up on the wrong side of bed fig.
Geldnot f
in Geldnot, pleite
in Geldnot, knapp bei Kasse ugs.
in Geldnot sein, knapp bei Kasse sein ugs.
shortage of money
on the rocks
hard-up
to be hard-up
Harsch m
frozen snow, crusted snow, hard snow
Hartherzigkeit f
hard heartedness
Hartlöten n
hard soldering
Hartsektorierung f
hard-sectoring
Hartsilberoberfläche f
hard silver finish
Hartwurst f cook.
hard-cured sausage
Kabelende n, Anschluss m
verzinnte Anschlüsse
cable tail
tin-plated tails
zäher Kämpfer
die-hard
knapp bei Kasse sein übtr.
to be short of money, to be short of cash, to be a bit hard up
Kern m, Kernstück n
Kerne pl
zum harten Kern gehörend
core
cores
hard-core, hardcore
Kurs m, Strecke f, Route f
Kurse pl, Strecken pl, Routen pl
harter Kurs, weicher Kurs
Kurs nehmen auf
den Kurs beibehalten
einen falschen Kurs einschlagen
Kurs über Grund naut.
course, line, route
courses, lines, routes
hard line, soft line
to set course for, to head for
to maintain the course, to maintain the present course
take a wrong course (line)
course over the ground (COG)
Lehrgeld zahlen (für etw.) übtr.
to learn the hard way, to pay dearly, to pay one's dues (for sth.)
Leistungszwang m
compulsion to work hard, pressure to do well
Magnetplatte f, Festplatte f comp.
Magnetplatten pl, Festplatten pl
hard-disk Br., hard disc Am.
hard-disks, hard discs
Mühe f, Umstände pl
Mühen pl
Mühe machen
jdm. Mühe machen, jdm. zur Last fallen
sich die Mühe machen
sich große Mühe geben
sich die größte Mühe geben
trotz aller Mühe
mit Mühe und Not
nach des Tages Mühen
trouble
troubles
to give trouble
to be a trouble to sb.
to take the trouble
to take great pains
to try hard
in spite of every effort
just barely, with pain and misery
after the day's exertion
Münzgeld n
hard cash
in großer Not sein
to be hard up
Rinde f, Borke f
zwischen Baum und Borke übtr.
bark
between a rock and a hard place fig.
Schnaps m
schnaps, schnapps, hard liquor Am.
Schnittkäse m cook.
cheese suitable for slicing, hard cheese
Schutzhelm m
Schutzhelme pl
hard hat
hard hats
Schwarzpause f
hard copy
Schwerhörige m, f
die Schwerhörigen pl
person who is hard of hearing
the hard of hearing
Seitenstreifen m (einer Straße)
(hard) shoulder
Standspur f, befestigter Randstreifen (an der Straße)
unbefestigter Randstreifen
hard shoulder
soft shoulder
Steinkohle f
hard coal, pit coal
mit jdm. einen harten Strauß ausfechten übtr.
to have a hard struggle with sb.
Tatsache f, Gegebenheit f
Tatsachen pl
nackte Tatsachen
die tatsächlichen Gegebenheiten
fact, objective fact
facts
hard facts
the actualities of the situation
Venusmuschel f zool.
Venusmuscheln pl
hard clam, round clam
hard clams, round clams
Viecherei f ugs.
hard grind, hard slog
Wasser n
über Wasser
hartes Wasser
weiches Wasser
destilliertes Wasser, Aqua purificata
fließendes Wasser
stehendes Wasser
gebundenes Wasser
dystrophes Wasser
drückendes Wasser
entspanntes Wasser
entbastes Wasser
schweres Wasser, Schwerwasser n, Deuterium n phys.
auf dem Wasser, zu Wasser
jdm. nicht das Wasser reichen können übtr.
water
afloat
hard water
soft water
purified water, distilled water, aqua purificata
running water
stagnant water
combined water
dystrophic water
pressing water
wetted water
decationized water
deuterium, heavy hydrogen, heavy water
waterborne
can't hold a candle to sb. fig.
Zeit f
Zeiten pl
zur rechten Zeit
zur rechten Zeit
in schlechten Zeiten
angegebene Zeit
die meiste Zeit
die meiste Zeit des Jahres
seine meiste Zeit
Zeit brauchen
Zeit finden für, dazu kommen
jdm. Zeit lassen
sich Zeit lassen
Zeit und Ort bestimmen
die Zeit totschlagen, die Zeit vertreiben
die Zeit verbringen
sich die Zeit vertreiben
seine Zeit vertrödeln
die Zeit vertrödeln
eine schöne Zeit haben, viel Spaß haben
in kurzer Zeit
von der Zeit an
harte (schwere, schlimme) Zeiten
mit der Zeit Schritt halten
mit der Zeit gehen
seiner Zeit voraus
etw. zur falschen Zeit tun
eine schöne Zeit haben
Zeit vergeuden
Zeit verwenden auf
Zeit zu gewinnen suchen
eine lange Zeit schönen Wetters
der Zahn der Zeit
zur rechten Zeit
absolute Zeit
höchste Zeit
time
times
in due time
in good season
in times of scarceness
indicated time, time indicated
most of the time
most of the year
most of his time
to take time
to get round to
to give sb. time
to take up time
to set time and place
to kill time
to spend the time
to while away the time
to while away one's time
to fritter away time
to have a nice time
in a little while
from that time on
hard times
to keep up with the time
to keep up with the times
ahead of the times
to sing the Magnificat at matins fig.
to have a good time, to have a blast coll.
to waste time
to spend time on
to play for time
a long spell of fine weather
the ravages of time
seasonable
absolute time
about time
abbinden (Beton), aushärten v constr.
abbindend, aushärtend
abgebunden, ausgehärtet
to set (concrete), to harden, to set hard
setting, hardending, setting hard
set, hardened, set hard
abgebrüht, hartgesotten adj
hard-boiled, hard-nosed
sich anstrengen, etw. zu tun
to make an effort to do sth., to try hard to do sth.
anstrengend, mühsam adj
hard
arbeiten v
arbeitend
gearbeitet
er
sie arbeitet
ich
er
sie arbeitete
er
sie hat
hatte gearbeitet
schwer arbeiten
bei einer Firma arbeiten
in der Küche arbeiten
als Lehrer arbeiten
mit seinen Händen arbeiten
sich zu Tode arbeiten
to work {work, wrought, worked, wrought}
working
worked
he
she works
I
he
she worked
he
she has
had worked
to work hard
to work with a firm
to work in the kitchen
to work as teacher
work with one's hands
to work oneself to death
arbeitsam, sehr fleißig adj
hard-working, hardworking
bedrängen
bedrängend
bedrängt
bedrängt
bedrängte
to press hard
pressing hard
pressed hard
presses hard
pressed hard
beschichtet adj
coated, plated
durchplattiert, durchkontaktiert adj
plated-through
fest eingebaut comp.
hard coded
eisenhart adj
hard as iron
erarbeiten, sich etw. erarbeiten
to work (hard) for
etw. durch harte Arbeit erreichen
erreichend
to obtain sth. through hard work
obtaining
festverdrahtet adj
hard-wired, hardwired
getrocknet
hard cured
hart, schwer, heftig adj
härter, schwerer, heftiger
am härtesten, am schwersten, am heftigsten
ein schwerer Kampf
hard
harder
hardest
a hard fight
hart sektoriert, fest eingeteilte Sektoren comp.
hard sectored
harteloxiert adj
hard anodized
hartherzig adj
hartherziger
am hartherzigsten
hard-hearted
more hard-hearted
most hard-hearted
hartherzige
hard heartedly
hartmagnetisch
magnetically hard
hartschalig adj
hard-shelled
hartsektoriert adj
hard-sectored
hartverchromt adj
hard chrome-plated
hauchvergoldet adj
flash plated
kalkhaltig, hart (Wasser) adj
hard, (water) high in calcium carbonate
knallen, schlagen, klatschen, runterhauen ugs.
jdm. eine knallen, jdm. eine runterhauen
to smack
to smack sb., to give sb. a (hard) smack
knapp sein an
to be hard up for
lederhart adj
leather-hard
panzern v
panzernd
gepanzert
to armour plate
armour-plating
armour-plated
plattiert adj
plated
sich redlich bemühen
to try really hard
sachlich, nüchtern adj
hard-headed
schleifen ugs., hart drillen v mil.
schleifend, hart drillend
geschleift, hart gedrillt
to drill hard
drilling hard
drilled hard
schwer, schwierig, diffizil adj
schwerer, schwieriger, diffiziler
am schwersten, am schwierigsten, am diffizilsten
viel schwerer, viel schwieriger
schwer zugänglich
schwer vermittelbar
schwer zu erklären
jdm. fällt etw. schwer
sich
jdm. etw. schwer machen
difficult, difficile, hard
more difficult, more difficile, harder
most difficult, most difficile, hardest
much more difficult
difficult to access
difficult to place
difficult of explanation, difficult to explain
sb. finds sth. difficult
to make sth. difficult for oneself
sb.
schwerhörig adj
hard of hearing
schwierig, verzwickt adj
hard
stahlhart, hart wie Stahl adj
ein stahlharter Mann
as hard as steel, hard as nails
a man of steel, a man of iron
stark, kraftvoll, heftig adj
hard
starren, schielen v
starrend, schielend
gestarrt, geschielt
starrt, schielt
starrte, schielte
jdn. anstarren, auf etw. schielen
to peer
peering
peered
peers
peered
to peer hard at sb.
sth.
trinkfest adj
trinkfester
am trinkfestesten
hard drinking
harder drinking
hardest drinking
verbindungsprogrammiert
hard-wired programmed
verchromen v
verchromend
verchromt
verchromt
verchromte
to chrome, to chromium-plate
chromeing, chromium-plating
chromed, chromium-plated
chromes, chromium-plates
chromed, chromium-plated
vergoldet adj
gold-plated
verkupfern
verkupfernd
verkupfert
to copper-plate
copper-plating
copper-plated
vernickeln
vernickelnd
vernickelt
to nickel-plate
nickel-plating
nickel-plated
verschleißfest adj
hard-wearing, wear-resistant
versilbert adj
silver-plated
verzinnen v
verzinnend
verzinnt
verzinnt
verzinnte
to tin, to tin-plate
tinning, tin-plating
tinned, tin-plated
tins, tin-plates
tinned, tin-plated
verzinnt adj
tinned, tin-plated, pre-tinned
fest zuschlagen
to hit hard
Aller Anfang ist schwer. Sprw.
Every beginning is hard. prov.
Da musste ich erstmal tief Luft holen.
I had to swallow hard.
Er gab sich große Mühe.
He tried hard.
Er geht mächtig ran.
He drives a hard bargain.
Er ist kaum zufrieden zu stellen.
He's a hard man to please.
Er lässt mich die ganze schwere Arbeit allein machen.
He let me do all the hard work alone.
Er muss Lehrgeld bezahlen.
He learns the hard way.
Es fällt mir schwer.
It's hard for me.
Es geht ihm schlecht.
He's hard up.
Es regnet stark.
It's raining hard.
Es trifft mich sehr.
It's hard on me.
Hunger ist der beste Koch. Sprw.
Hunger makes hard beans sweet. prov.
Leb schnell, lieb heftig, stirb jung.
Live fast, love hard, die young.
Man muss ihn an die Kandare nehmen. übtr.
One has to take a hard line with him.
Sie gab sich große Mühe.
She tried hard.
Streng dich an!
Try hard!, Play up!
Undank ist der Welt Lohn.
Nothing is so hard as man's ingratitude.
Steinkoralle f zool.
hard coral
Alte Gewohnheiten lassen sich schwer überwinden.
OHDH : Old habits die hard.
sich auf dem Boden kugeln vor Lachen und in die Hosen machen
ROTFLSHIWMP : rolling on the floor laughing so hard I wet my pants
knapp sein an
be hard up for
verchromen
chrome-plate
Chrom
chrome
verchromt
chromium plated
verkupferte
copper plated
hartgesotten
hard-boiled
getrocknet
hard-cured
Hartplatte, Magnetplatte, Festplatte
hard-disk
erigierter Penis
hard-on
hartsektoriert
hard-sectored
Hartsektorierung
hard-sectoring

Deutsche hartverchromt {adj} Synonyme

Englische hard chrome-plated Synonyme

hard chrome plated Definition

Armor-plated
(a.) Covered with defensive plates of metal, as a ship of war
Chrome
(n.) Same as Chromium.
Hard
(superl.) Not easily penetrated, cut, or separated into parts
Hard
(superl.) Difficult, mentally or judicially
Hard
(superl.) Difficult to accomplish
Hard
(superl.) Difficult to resist or control
Hard
(superl.) Difficult to bear or endure
Hard
(superl.) Difficult to please or influence
Hard
(superl.) Not easy or agreeable to the taste
Hard
(superl.) Rough
Hard
(superl.) Abrupt or explosive in utterance
Hard
(superl.) Wanting softness or smoothness of utterance
Hard
(superl.) Rigid in the drawing or distribution of the figures
Hard
(superl.) Having disagreeable and abrupt contrasts in the coloring or light and shade.
Hard
(adv.) With pressure
Hard
(adv.) With difficulty
Hard
(adv.) Uneasily
Hard
(adv.) So as to raise difficulties.
Hard
(adv.) With tension or strain of the powers
Hard
(adv.) Close or near.
Hard
(v. t.) To harden
Hard
(n.) A ford or passage across a river or swamp.
Hard-favored
(a.) Hard-featured
Hard-featured
(a.) Having coarse, unattractive or stern features.
Hard-fisted
(a.) Having hard or strong hands
Hard-fisted
(a.) Close-fisted
Hard-fought
(a. Vigorously) contested
Hard grass
() A name given to several different grasses, especially to the Roltbollia incurvata, and to the species of Aegilops, from one of which it is contended that wheat has been derived.
Hard-handed
(a.) Having hard hands, as a manual laborer.
Hard-headed
(a.) Having sound judgment
Hard-hearted
(a.) Unsympathetic
Hard-labored
(a.) Wrought with severe labor
Hard-mouthed
(a.) Not sensible to the bit
Hard-shell
(a.) Unyielding
Hard-tack
(n.) A name given by soldiers and sailors to a kind of hard biscuit or sea bread.
Hard-visaged
(a.) Of a harsh or stern countenance
Plated
(imp. & p. p.) of Plate

hard chrome plated Bedeutung

hard sell forceful and insistent advertising
hard tick
ixodid
ticks having a hard shield on the back and mouth parts that project from the head
quahog
quahaug
hard-shell clam
hard clam
round clam
Venus mercenaria
Mercenaria mercenaria
an edible American clam, the heavy shells were used as money by some American Indians
hard-shell crab edible crab that has not recently molted and so has a hard shell
disk drive
disc drive
hard drive
Winchester drive
computer hardware that holds and spins a magnetic or optical disk and reads and writes information on it
hard disc
hard disk
fixed disk
a rigid magnetic disk mounted permanently in a drive unit
hard drug a narcotic that is considered relatively strong and likely to cause addiction
hard hat
tin hat
safety hat
a lightweight protective helmet (plastic or metal) worn by construction workers
hard shoulder a paved strip beside a motorway (for stopping in emergencies)
chrome red a red pigment used in paints, basic lead chromate
chrome green a brilliant green color
hard palate the bony part of the roof of the mouth
hard line a firm and uncompromising stance or position, the governor took a hard line on drugs
hard copy (computer science) matter that is held in a computer and is typed or printed on paper, he ran off a hard copy of the report
hard news news that deals with serious topics or events
hard candy candy that is brittle, you can break a tooth on that hard candy
hard roll
Vienna roll
yeastaised roll with a hard crust
quahaug
quahog
hard-shell clam
round clam
Atlantic coast round clams with hard shells, large clams usually used for chowders or other clam dishes
roe
hard roe
fish eggs or egg-filled ovary, having a grainy texture
hard sauce butter and sugar creamed together with brandy or other flavoring and served with rich puddings
hard-boiled egg
hardooked egg
an egg boiled gently until both the white and the yolk solidify
liquor
spirits
booze
hard drink
hard liquor
John Barleycorn
strong drink
an alcoholic beverage that is distilled rather than fermented
hard cider alcoholic drink from fermented cider, `cider' and `cyder' are European (especially British) usages for the fermented beverage
hard core the most dedicated and intensely loyal nucleus of a group or movement
hard right the extreme right wing
construction worker
hard hat
a worker skilled in building offices or dwellings etc.
slave striver
hard worker
someone who works as hard as a slave
Townes
Charles Townes
Charles Hard Townes
United States physicist who developed the laser and maser principles for producing high-intensity radiation (-)
hard rush
Juncus inflexus
tall rush of temperate regions
durum
durum wheat
hard wheat
Triticum durum
Triticum turgidum
macaroni wheat
wheat with hard darkolored kernels high in gluten and used for bread and pasta, grown especially in southern Russia, North Africa, and northern central North America
hard beech
Nothofagus truncata
tall New Zealand tree yielding very hard wood
earthball
false truffle puffball hard-skinned puffball
any of various fungi of the genus Scleroderma having hard-skinned subterranean fruiting bodies resembling truffles
hard fern any of several ferns of the genus Blechnum
cash
hard cash
hard currency
money in the form of bills or coins, there is a desperate shortage of hard cash
hard currency a currency that is not likely to depreciate suddenly in value, the countries agreed to conduct their bilateral trade in hard currency, replacing previous barter arrangements, Germany once had a solid economy, good fiscal and monetary policies, and a hard currency
erection
hard-on
an erect penis
hard time
rough sledding
a difficulty that can be overcome with effort, we had a hard time getting here, analysts predicted rough sledding for handset makers
adversity
hardship hard knocks
a state of misfortune or affliction, debtidden farmers struggling with adversity, a life of hardship
hard cheese bad luck
hard solder solder that contains copper, melts at a relatively high temperature, used for brazing
chrome another word for chromium when it is used in dyes or pigments
chrome-nickel steel
Elinvar
Elinvar is a trademark for a kind of steel used for watch springs because its elasticity is constant over a wide range of temperatures
chrome-tungsten steel a steel alloy made with chromium and tungsten
chrome green any of a class of green pigments consisting of chrome yellow and iron blue
chrome yellow any of several yellow pigments consisting of normal lead chromate and other lead compounds
anthracite
anthracite coal
hard coal
a hard natural coal that burns slowly and gives intense heat
hard lead unrefined lead that is hard because of the impurities it contains
hard lead
antimonial lead
a lead alloy that contains about % antimony
hard steel steel with more than .% carbon
hard water water that contains mineral salts (as calcium and magnesium ions) that limit the formation of lather with soap
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