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mil. Surface! [submarine]
57
Auftauchen! [U-Boot]
naut. submerged {adj} {past-p} [submarine]
37
abgetaucht [U-Boot]
naut. sb. careened [a ship, a boat]
10
jd. kielholte [ein Schiff, ein Boot]
fish fishing {adj} [attr.] [e.g. boat, camp, lodge, net, village]Fischer- [z. B. Boot, Siedlung, Hütte, Netz, Dorf]
down at the left {adj}linkslastig [Auto, Boot etc.]
power {adj} [attr.] [e.g. boat, glider, pump, saw]Motor- [z. B. Boot, Segler, Pumpe, Säge]
down at the right {adj}rechtslastig [Auto, Boot etc.]
sports rowing {adj} [attr.] [e.g. boat, bench, club]Ruder- [z. B. Boot, Bank, Verein]
naut. [riding low in the water] {adj}tiefliegend [Rsv. für tief liegend] [z. B. Boot]
warm {adj} [e.g. air, boot, front, house, periods, roof, water]Warm- [z. B. Luft, Start, Front, Haus, Zeiten, Dach, Wasser]
Verbs
to embark [go on board of a boat / ship or aircraft]
1276
einsteigen [in ein Boot / Schiff oder Flugzeug]
to bob
221
tanzen [Boot]
naut. to bail sth. [also bale]
214
etw. ausschöpfen [Boot]
to submerge
70
tauchen [U-Boot]
naut. to bail [scoop] [remove water from a boat]
45
schöpfen [Wasser aus einem Boot]
naut. to careen sth. [a boat, a ship]
42
etw.Akk. kielholen [ein Boot oder Schiff an Land umlegen]
naut. to sail [to travel in a ship or boat using sails or engine power]
13
fahren [mit einem Schiff oder Boot]
naut. to scull sth.
10
etw. wriggen [(ein leichtes Boot) durch Hinundherbewegen eines am Heck eingelegten Riemens fortbewegen]
to push [i.e. a boat with one's feet]abstemmen [z. B. ein Boot vom Ufer]
to bob up and downdümpeln [Boot etc.]
to sail throughdurchfahren [Boot]
naut. to bail out sth. [also: bale out]etw. ausschöpfen [Boot]
to bale sth. (out) [e.g. a boat]etw. ausschöpfen [z. B. Wasser aus Boot]
mil. naut. to flood (the) tanks [submarine]fluten [U-Boot]
naut. to haul outherausheben [ein Boot]
naut. to sway at anchor [ship or boat]schwojen [Schiff od. Boot: sich treibend um den Anker drehen]
naut. to cross overübersetzen [mit einem Boot]
to drift away [e.g. boat, balloon]wegtreiben [z. B. Boot, Ballon]
to float awaywegtreiben [z. B. Boot, Strandgut]
Nouns
cloth. heel [of a shoe or boot]
1143
Absatz {m}
naut. bark [archaic or literary] [small boat]
84
Nachen {m} [dichter.] [kleines Boot]
naut. dory
40
Dory {n} [kleines Boot]
cloth. tread [shoe, boot]
34
Sohlenprofil {n}
sports stud [Br.] [football boot]
31
Stollen {m} [am Fußballschuh]
naut. cockleshell [small boat]
29
Nussschale {f} [ugs.] [kleines Boot]
naut. daggerboard
27
Steckschwert {n} [Querholz auf einem Boot]
naut. hydroplane
20
Höhenruder {n} [U-Boot]
traffic boot [Am.] [= Denver boot]
19
Parkkralle {f}
impounding
12
Beschlagnahmung {f} [von Kraftfahrzeug, Boot]
boot [Denver boot]
6
Kralle {f} [um Autos am Wegfahren zu hindern]
stud [Br.] [shoe, boot] [usually plural]
6
Schuhstollen {m}
cloth. vamp [upper front part of a boot or shoe]
5
Blatt {n} [Schuhblatt]
ethn. naut. umiak [also: umialak, umiaq, umiac, oomiac or oomiak]
5
Umiak {m} [auch: Frauenboot, großes Boot]
mil. naut. Chief of the Boat [US Navy] <COB>[dienstältester Unteroffizier auf einem U-Boot der US Navy, meist im Rang eines Senior oder Master Chief Petty Officer]
(Chesapeake Bay) skipjack[traditionelles Boot der Austernfischer in der Chesapeake Bay, USA]
automot. CV boot kit [short for: constant velocity joint boot kit]Achsmanschettensatz {m} [auch: Achsmanschetten-Satz]
naut. aluminium boat [Br.]Aluboot {n} [auch: Alu-Boot] [ugs.]
naut. aluminum boat [Am.]Aluboot {n} [auch: Alu-Boot] [ugs.]
ballast control panelAnblaseeinrichtung {f} [U-Boot]
escape hatchAusstieg {m} [aus U-Boot, Panzer, Raketenkapsel, etc.]
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