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Dictionary English German: [buildings]

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English German
open {adj} [not closed, esp. of buildings, institutions, shops]
to remain [historic buildings, architecture etc.]noch erhalten sein
jobs custodian [of buildings, grounds, animals etc.]
Aufseher {m} [Gebäude etc.]
constr. dismantling [buildings, scaffolds, etc.]
Abbau {m} [Gebäude, Gerüste etc.]
disposition [arrangement of buildings, ornaments etc.]
Anordnung {f} [von Gebäuden, Ornamenten etc.]
law tenure [of land, buildings]
Pacht {f}
ind. plant [equipment and buildings]
Produktionsanlage {f}
workshops [rooms or buildings]
Werkstätten {pl}
RealEst. [four-storied apartment buildings, constructed in the period 1950-1965]
Altneubau {m} [DDR]
archi. patio [inner courtyard, esp. of Spanish style buildings]
Patio {m} [bes. bei spanischen Häusern]
archi. art jobs conservationist [of monuments, buildings, etc.]
Denkmalpfleger {m}
constr. jobs wrecker [for buildings]
Abbrucharbeiter {m}
archi. passage [through building or buildings]
Durchhaus {n} [österr.]
archi. [buildings and premises in Vienna used for trade fairs from 1921 until the 1970s]Messepalast {m} [Wien] [heute: Museumsquartier, MQ]
Beehive [coll.] [common name for the Executive Wing of the New Zealand Parliament Buildings]Beehive {n} [Name des Regierungsgebäudes des neuseeländischen Parlaments]
constr. RealEst. block [of buildings]Baublock {m}
archi. relig. churches [buildings]Kirchengebäude {pl}
constr. downpulling [of buildings]Niederreißen {n} [Abreißen, Demolieren]
archi. constr. jettying [building technique in medieval timber-frame buildings]Rähmbauweise {f}
archi. constr. jettying [building technique in medieval timber-frame buildings]Stockwerkbauweise {f} [Rähmbauweise]
archi. lobby [esp. in parliaments, public buildings]Wandelhalle {f} [im Parlament, öffentlichen Gebäuden]
skyway [pedestrian bridge between buildings]Bautenverbindungs-Brücke {f}
archi. relig. vestries [buildings attached to a church, used for prayer meetings, for the Sunday school, etc.]Gemeindesäle {pl} [von Kirchen]
2 Words: Others
asbestos-contaminated {adj} [e.g. buildings]asbestbelastet [z. B. Gebäude]
2 Words: Verbs
archi. to be listed [of historic buildings, to prevent demolition]unter Denkmalschutz stehen
archi. to fill sth. in [gap, breach in a row of buildings]etw.Akk. zubauen [Baulücke]
to sprout up [e.g. buildings]aus dem Boden schießen [z. B. Gebäude]
2 Words: Nouns
chem. ecol. material clean-up [esp. of contaminated land and buildings]Sanierung {f} [bes. von verseuchtem Grund]
constr. distance space [e.g. between buildings]Abstandsfläche {f}
constr. enforced refurbishment [buildings]Zwangssanierung {f} [Gebäude]
gerbil tube [coll.] [glass-enclosed pedestrian bridge between buildings]gläserne Fußgängerröhre {f}
archi. prefab buildings [coll.] [short for: prefabricated buildings]Plattenbauten {pl}
constr. refurbishment measures [buildings]Sanierungsmaßnahmen {pl} [Gebäude]
archi. constr. structural fault [in buildings]Baufehler {m} [bei Gebäuden]
summer repairs [to make e.g. objects, buildings fit for winter]Sommerreparaturen {pl} [um z. B. Gegenstände, Gebäude wintertauglich zu machen]
tech. testing facility [buildings and equipment]Testanlage {f}
urban exploration <urbex, UE> [e.g. of ruins, abandoned buildings]Stadterforschung {f} [z. B. von Ruinen, verlassenen Gebäuden]
urban homesteading [Am.] [of forfeited buildings and land]Instandbesetzen {n} [Kunstwort aus: instandsetzen und besetzen]
3 Words: Nouns
constr. rate of refurbishment [buildings]Sanierungsrate {f} [Gebäude]
4 Words: Nouns
witness of the past [esp. buildings, artifacts]Zeitzeuge {m} [bes. Bauten, Objekte etc.]
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