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English-German translation for: [Dach]
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Dictionary English German: [Dach]

Translation 1 - 52 of 52

EnglishGerman
comm. constr. for. timber {adj} [attr.] [e.g. industry, trade, yard, roof]
292
Holz- [z. B. Industrie, Handel, Lager, Dach]
collapsed {adj} {past-p} [bridge, roof, etc.]
63
eingestürzt [Brücke, Dach etc.]
sliding {adj} [attr.] [e.g. door, ladder, roof]
55
Schiebe- [z. B. Tür, Leiter, Dach]
grass {adj} [attr.] [e.g. seed, stalk, roof, stain]
50
Gras- [z. B. Samen, Halm, Dach, Fleck]
turf {adj} [attr.] [e.g. care, roof]
48
Rasen- [z. B. Pflege, Dach]
protruding {adj} {pres-p}
41
ausladend [Dach, Balkon]
archi. roofed {adj} {past-p} [with a specific material]
32
gedeckt [Dach]
inclined {adj} [sloping]
22
abfallend [Gelände, Dach etc.]
constr. roofed {adj} {past-p}
21
bedacht [mit Dach]
projecting {adj}
11
ausladend [Gebäudekomplex, Dach]
constr. sb. roofed [covered with a roof]
9
jd. überdachte [versah mit einem Dach]
straw {adj} [attr.] [e.g. straw hat, roof, hut]
9
strohern [selten] [aus Stroh bestehend, z. B. stroherner Hut, strohernes Dach, stroherne Hütte]
overhanging {adj}
8
ausladend [Dach]
unroofed {adj} [by storm etc.]
7
abgedeckt [Dach]
flat {adj} [e.g. coast, country, file, glass, roof, screen]
6
Flach- [z. B. Küste, Land, Feile, Glas, Dach, Bildschirm]
archi. constr. raftered {adj} [e.g. ceiling, roof, cellar]Balken- [z. B. Decke, Dach, Keller]
constr. covered with a roof {adj} [postpos.]bedacht [mit einem Dach versehen]
safe to walk on {adj}begehbar [Dach, Eis etc.]
constr. tech. single-leaf {adj} [e.g. wall, roof]einschalig [z. B. Wand, Dach]
meteo. RealEst. hail-damaged {adj} [e.g. roof]hagelbeschädigt [z. B. Dach]
anat. med. zool. orbital {adj} [e.g. fracture, gland, roof, wall]Orbita- [fachspr.] [Augenhöhlen-] [z. B. Fraktur, Drüse, Dach, Wand]
archi. constr. self-supporting {adj} [structure, roof, etc.]selbsttragend [Konstruktion, Dach etc.]
warm {adj} [e.g. air, boot, front, house, periods, roof, water]Warm- [z. B. Luft, Start, Front, Haus, Zeiten, Dach, Wasser]
Verbs
to incline
1597
neigen [Kopf, Dach etc.]
constr. to tile [roof]
202
eindecken [Dach]
tech. to insulate (sth.) [e.g. roof, wall, pipe]
93
(etw.) dämmen [isolieren, z. B. Dach, Wand, Rohr]
archi. constr. to roof sth.
60
etw.Akk. decken [ein Gebäude mit einem Dach]
archi. to protrude
16
ausladen [Dach, Balkon]
constr. to untile
8
abdecken [Dach]
archi. to jut outausladen [Dach, Balkon]
to unroof sth.etw.Akk. abdecken [von einem Dach, einer Bedeckung befreien]
to sweep sth. away [e.g. storm: the roof]etw.Akk. wegfegen [z. B. Sturm: das Dach]
Nouns
tech. trapdoor
6
Ausstieg {m} [am Dach]
roof of the carAutodach {n} [Dach des Autos]
roof of a carAutodach {n} [Dach eines Autos]
archi. rooflights [Br.]Dachoberlichter {pl} [Fenster im Dach]
archi. skylightsDachoberlichter {pl} [Fenster im Dach]
bot. T
constr. roof of the houseHausdach {n} [Dach des Hauses]
constr. roof of a houseHausdach {n} [Dach eines Hauses]
hunting hunting pulpitJagdkanzel {f} [Hochsitz mit Dach und einer Tür]
archi. onion-shaped roofKaiserdach {n} [zwiebelförmiges Dach]
pedestalKollektorstruktur {f} [Dach-Sonnenkollektoren]
pedestalKollektortragstruktur {f} [Dach-Sonnenkollektoren]
rondavel [S.Afr.]Rondavel {n} [kreisförmiges, oft strohbedecktes Gebäude mit einem konischen Dach]
archi. slate roof coveringSchiefereindeckung {f} [Dach]
constr. snow guard [on roof]Schneefang {m} [Dach]
sunroof [roof terrace]Sonnenterrasse {f} [auf dem Dach]
archi. constr. straw roof [long-stemmed wheat straw or rye straw]Strohdach {n} [mit Langstroh bzw. Roggenstroh gedecktes Dach]
bot. T
3 Words: Others
archi. low-pitched {adj}mit geringer Neigung [nachgestellt] [Dach]
5+ Words: Others
[something must urgently be done](Es ist) Feuer unterm Dach! [ugs.] [Redensart] [österr. auch: (Es ist) Feuer am Dach!]
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