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

Translation 1 - 61 of 61

EnglishGerman
choppy {adj} [sea]
343
kabbelig [Seemannssprache]
naut. stern {adj}
102
achterlich [Seemannssprache]
naut. astern {adv}
70
achtern [Seemannssprache]
naut. offshore {adj} [wind]
65
ablandig [Seemannssprache]
naut. aft {adj}
64
Achter- [Seemannssprache]
sb. shanghaied
14
jd. schanghaite [Seemannssprache]
athwart {adv}
5
vierkant [Seemannssprache: quer]
naut. paying off {adj} {pres-p}abmusternd [Seemannssprache]
naut. stern-heavy {adj}achterlastig [Seemannssprache]
naut. abeam of the ship {adj} {adv}dwarsschiffs [Seemannssprache]
naut. abeam of the shipquerschiffs [Seemannssprache]
shanghaiing {adj} {pres-p}schanghaiend [Seemannssprache]
Verbs
to ready sth. [nautical language]
61
etw. klarmachen [Seemannssprache] [fertig machen]
naut. to caulk
42
kalfatern [Seemannssprache]
naut. to unrig [a ship]
35
abtakeln [Seemannssprache]
to shanghai sb.
34
jdn. schanghaien [Seemannssprache] [gewaltsam anheuern]
to chafe
34
schamfilen [Seemannssprache] [scheuern]
naut. to rig
34
takeln [Seemannssprache]
naut. to calk [Am.]
28
kalfatern [Seemannssprache]
to slide
20
schlieren [Seemannssprache] [rutschen, gleiten]
naut. to strip a ship of riggingabtakeln [Seemannssprache]
naut. to clew upaufgeien [Seemannssprache]
naut. to rotate sth. by handetw.Akk. törnen [Seemannssprache] [mit der Hand drehen]
to veer (out)fieren [Tau, Kette etc.] [Seemannssprache]
to get ready [nautical language]klarmachen [Seemannssprache] [sich fertigmachen]
naut. to pull [row]rojen [Seemannssprache] [rudern]
naut. to rowrojen [Seemannssprache] [rudern]
naut. to slip [nautical jargon: to loosen]slippen [Seemannssprache: nachgeben, sich lösen]
naut. to lash down [to tie down]zurren [Seemannssprache]
Nouns
naut. jetty
440
Pier {m} [bes. Seemannssprache {f}]
bunk
328
Koje {f} [Seemannssprache]
naut. pier
92
Pier {m} [bes. Seemannssprache {f}]
naut. rig
39
Takelung {f} [Seemannssprache]
naut. quarterdeck
37
Achterdeck {n} [Seemannssprache]
naut. sternpost
22
Achtersteven {m} [Seemannssprache]
naut. quarterdeck
20
Quarterdeck {n} [Seemannssprache]
optics binoculars {pl}
19
Kieker {m} [nordd.] [bes. Seemannssprache] [Fernglas]
naut. afterdeck
18
Achterdeck {n} [Seemannssprache]
geol. silt
13
Triebsand {m} [Seemannssprache] [Treibsand]
optics telescope
8
Kieker {m} [nordd.] [bes. Seemannssprache] [Fernrohr]
naut. boss
5
Baas {m} [nordd., bes. Seemannssprache: Herr, Meister]
naut. bossesBaase {pl} [nordd., bes. Seemannssprache: Herren, Meister, Aufseher]
bucketBarkasse {f} [Eimer] [Seemannssprache]
naut. bow waveBugsee {f} [Seemannssprache: Bugwelle]
naut. nautical dayEtmal {n} [Seemannssprache] [Zeit von Mittag bis Mittag]
jobs naut. sailorsFahrensleute {pl} [Seemannssprache]
mil. naut. hydrophone compartment [also: hydrophone booth, hydrophone cabinet, hydrophone closet]Horchschapp {m} {n} [Seemannssprache]
naut. signal lampKlappbuchs {f} [Seemannssprache] [Signallampe, Morselampe]
[watered-down lemonade or tea] [on German maritime vessels]Kujambel {m} [Seemannssprache]
[watered-down lemonade or tea] [on German maritime vessels]Kujambelwasser {n} [selten] [Seemannssprache]
furn. naut. cabinetSchapp {m} {n} [Seemannssprache]
furn. lockerSchapp {m} {n} [Seemannssprache] [Schrank, Spind, Fach, Lade]
2 Words: Others
Grub is served! [coll.] [Food is on the table!]Aufgebackt ist! [Seemannssprache]
naut. from asternvon achtern [Seemannssprache]
2 Words: Verbs
naut. to be asternachterlich sein [Seemannssprache]
naut. to sign on / up for sth.bei etw. anheuern [Seemannssprache]
2 Words: Nouns
naut. high seas {pl}raume See {f} [Seemannssprache]
3 Words: Verbs
naut. to furl the sailsdie Segel bergen [Seemannssprache]
naut. to take in the sailsdie Segel bergen [Seemannssprache]
naut. to move astern [wind]nach achtern drehen [Seemannssprache]
naut. to go asternnach achtern gehen [Seemannssprache]
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