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Dictionary English German: [Deep]

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English German
abysmal {adj} [literary] [very deep]
108
abgrundtief [nicht fig.] [unermesslich tief]
abysmal {adj} [literary] [very deep, bottomless]
48
bodenlos [unermesslich tief]
fissured {adj} [with deep fissures]
10
zerklüftet
deep {adj} [situated deep down]
8
tiefliegend
abysmal {adj} [literary] [very deep, bottomless]
6
unergründlich [veraltend] [unermesslich tief, bodenlos]
abstracted {adj} [deep in thought]in Gedanken versunken
bathykolpian {adj} [rare] [usually hum.] [deep-bosomed]vollbusig
cardinal {adj} [dark to deep or vivid red]scharlachfarben
visceral {adj} [fig.] [unreasoning, deep; e.g. reaction]aus dem Bauch heraus [nachgestellt] [Redewendung]
Verbs
gastr. to pacotize [process, which mixes and purees deep frozen food stuff directly in its frozen state]
5
pacossieren [Tiefgefrorenes ohne Auftauen mit dem Pacojet® pürieren]
[to find / obtain sth. by very deep thinking]etw. ergrübeln [durch langes Grübeln herausfinden]
Nouns
gulf [deep chasm, abyss] [also fig.] [wide gap, large difference]
539
Kluft {f} [auch fig.]
pothole [deep hole, pit]
268
Grube {f} [tiefes Loch]
woe [a condition of deep suffering]
61
Sorge {f} [quälende Gedanken]
belt [deep hit]
29
Tiefschlag {m}
[a feeling of deep satisfaction over the outcome of sth.]innerer Reichsparteitag {m} [ugs.] [große Genugtuung] [Redewendung]
gastr. fryolator [deep fryer]Fritteuse {f}
hydro. injection [deep well]Verpressung {f}
hydro. injection [deep well]Versenkung {f} [Verpressung]
modena [rare] [deep reddish purple]Tiefpurpur {m}
med. myrmecia [a deep wart on the hands or feet]Myrmekia {pl} [Warzen an den Händen bzw. Füßen]
gastr. pastries {pl} [deep-fried]Fettgebäck {n}
fish T
2 Words: Others
deep red {adj} [also: deep-red]dunkelrot
2 Words: Verbs
to dive down [toward something deep below]hinabtauchen [geh.]
to tread water [when swimming in deep water]Wasser treten [beim Schwimmen]
2 Words: Nouns
biol. ecol. abyssal environment [deep-sea environment]Tiefseeumwelt {f}
mus. composing-out [Schenker: deep structure elaboration]Auskomponierung {f} [Schenker: Ausarbeitung des Ursatzes]
deep freezing [also: deep-freezing]Tiefkühlen {n}
pol. deep state [also: Deep State]Schattenstaat {m}
gastr. elephant ear [deep-fried pastry]Elefantenohr {n} [Schmalzgebäck]
climbing hard crust [on top of deep snow]Harschdeckel {m}
med. psych. low breathing [one of the four traditional breathing techniques in yoga] [also: abdominal breathing, deep breathing, diaphragmatic breathing]Tiefenatmung {f} [hier: bes. Yoga] [auch: Bauchatmung, Flankenatmung, Zwerchfellatmung]
3 Words: Others
in deep yogurt {adj} [idiom] [euphemism for: in deep shit]tief im Schlamassel [Redewendung]
3 Words: Nouns
gastr. cold zone principle [deep fryer]Kaltzonenprinzip {n} [Bauweise für Fritteusen]
med. economy class syndrome <ECS> [deep vein thrombosis]Economy-Class-Syndrom {n} <ECS> [Unterschenkelthrombose]
gastr. frying / cooking container [in a deep-fat fryer etc]Garbehälter {m}
4 Words: Others
bibl. proverb Deep calls to deep. [also: Deep calls unto deep.] [Psalm 42:7, several transl.]Tiefe ruft der Tiefe. [Psalm 42,7, mehrere Übers.] [sprichwörtlich auch: Eine Tiefe ruft die andere. Bei Luther als 42,8]
idiom in a brown study {adv} [in deep thought]in tiefem Sinnen [geh.]
4 Words: Verbs
to get under one's skin [idiom] [cause a deep understanding, move]jdm. unter die Haut gehen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [im Innersten berühren]
4 Words: Nouns
gastr. hot frying oil / fat [deep-frying]Frittüre {f} [früher Fritüre; heißes Öl oder Fett in der Fritteuse]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
mus. F Out of the depths I cry to Thee [also: Out of deep distress I cry to you]Aus tiefer Not schrei ich zu Dir [J. S. Bach, BWV 38]
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