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traffic transp. toll {adj} [attr.] [bridge, road]
106
mautpflichtig
collapsed {adj} {past-p} [bridge, roof, etc.]
71
eingestürzt [Brücke, Dach etc.]
pedestrian {adj} [attr.] [traffic, bridge etc.]
26
Fußgänger-
cold {adj} [e.g. allergy, bridge, desert, intolerance, pole, spell]Kälte- [z. B. Allergie, Brücke, Wüste, Intoleranz, Pol, Welle]
constr. emergency {adj} [attr.] [e.g. bridge]Behelfs- [z. B. Brücke]
games vulnerable {adj} [bridge]in Gefahr
Verbs
constr. to collapse [bridge, house, etc.]
872
einstürzen [Brücke, Haus etc.]
to close [bridge, museum, shop, etc.]
265
dichtmachen [ugs.]
games to ruff [play a trump card at bridge]
12
schnappen [Bridge]
to traverse sth. [esp. bridge: a river, a valley, etc.]
9
etw.Akk. überspannen [bes. Brücke: einen Fluss, ein Tal etc.]
to bridge sth. [build a bridge across sth.]über etw.Akk. eine Brücke schlagen
admin. constr. urban to condemn sth. [a bridge, a house, etc.]etw. für abbruchreif erklären
constr. to condemn sth. [a building, a bridge, etc.]etw. zum Abriss freigeben
constr. to condemn sth. [a building, a bridge, etc.]etw. für den Abriss freigeben
games to double [skat, bridge, etc.]kontrieren
games to double [skat, bridge, etc.]Kontra geben
games to redouble [bridge]rekontrieren
tech. to unsolder [e.g. bridge]entlöten [z. B. Brücke]
Nouns
archi. pier [of an arch or bridge]
591
Pfeiler {m} [Bogenpfeiler, Brückenpfeiler]
archi. truss [of a bridge]
441
Sprengwerk {n}
optics bridge [bridge on binoculars]
28
Brücke {f} [Brücke am Fernglas]
comm. [a customer in a shop who just wants to inform himself, to compare prices, or to bridge some time]
22
Sehkunde {m}
collapse [of a bridge, etc.; of prices, of a currency]
20
Einbrechen {n} [Einsturz; Verfall (der Kurse, einer Währung)]
games bidding
19
Ansage {f} [Kartenspiele, z. B. Bridge]
constr. traffic drawbridge [rare for: bascule bridge]
16
Klappbrücke {f}
dent. insertion [e.g. bridge]
14
Eingliederung {f} [Insertion, z. B. einer Brücke]
archi. constr. engin. trestle [trestle bridge]
10
Gerüstpfeilerviadukt {m} {n} [Trestle-Brücke]
games call [contract bridge, skat, etc.]
7
Ansage {f} [Kontrakt-Bridge, Skat usw.]
games tenace [bridge]
6
Gabel {f} [Bridge]
archaeo. geogr. hist. Beringia [prehistoric land bridge]Beringia {f}
boat [attr.] [e.g. bridge, building, cover, deck, engine, race, rental]Boots- [z. B. Steg, Bau, Plane, Deck, Motor, Rennen, Verleih]
games bottom [bridge score]Nuller {m} [Bridge]
comp. neol. brouter [bridge + router]BRouter / Brouter {m}
games declarer [contract bridge]Alleinspieler {m} [Kontrakt-Bridge]
games doubleton [bridge, etc.]Double {n}
games finesse [bridge]Impass {m} [Bridge]
games game [bridge score]Manche {f}
games game [bridge score]Vollspiel {n}
games redouble [bridge]Rekontra {n}
skyway [pedestrian bridge between buildings]Bautenverbindungs-Brücke {f}
games slam [bridge]Schlemm {m} [Bridge]
games squeeze [bridge]Abwurfzwang {m} [Bridge]
archi. constr. engin. tressel [spv.] [trestle (bridge)]Gerüstpfeilerviadukt {m} {n} [Trestle-Brücke]
archi. constr. trestle [bridge]Trestle-Brücke {f}
games void [bridge]Chicane {f} {n} [Bridge]
games void [bridge]Renonce {f} [Chicane] [bei Bridge]
games yarborough [in bridge or whist: a hand with no card above a nine][bei Whist und Bridge: Blatt, bei dem keine Karte höher als 9 ist]
2 Words: Others
games no-trump {adj} [Bridge]ohne Trumpf
games non-vulnerable {adj} [also: not vulnerable] [bridge]nicht in Gefahr [Bridge]
archi. seven-arch {adj} [attr.] [bridge, viaduct]siebenbogig
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