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Dictionary English German: [cable]

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English German
slack {adj} [rope, cable]
114
schlapp [ugs.] [schlaff hängend]
electr. -core {suffix} [cable]
41
-polig [Leitung]
connection {adj} [attr.] [e.g. cable, charges, flight, jack, nozzle]
35
Anschluss- [z. B. Kabel, Gebühren, Flug, Buchse, Stutzen]
scorched {adj} {past-p} [cable etc.]
24
angeschmort [Kabel etc.]
electr. power {adj} [attr.] [e.g. cable, consumption, failure, meter, supplier]
23
Strom- [z. B. Kabel, Verbrauch, Ausfall, Zähler, Lieferant]
electr. live {adj} [e.g. cable]
18
stromdurchflossen
electr. naked {adj} [cable, wire]
18
blank
underground {adj} [cable, wire, conduit, etc.]
16
erdverlegt
electr. -core {suffix} {adj} [attr.] [cable etc.]-aderig [Kabel usw.] [selten für: -adrig]
electr. -core {adj} [attr.] [cable etc.]-adrig [Kabel usw.]
electr. power {adj} [attr.] [e.g. cable, connection, distributer, pack, plug]Netz- [z. B. Kabel, Anschluss, Verteiler, Teil, Stecker]
reelable {adj} [cable]trommelbar [Kabel]
constr. tech. supporting {adj} [attr.] [e.g. cable or rope, framework, rod, tube]Trag- [z. B. Seil, Werk, Stange, Rohr]
Verbs
to wind sth. [cable, rope]
332
etw. rollen [aufrollen, spulen]
electr. tech. to install sth. [e.g. cable harness]
51
etw.Akk. einrüsten [z. B. Kabelbaum] [selten für: einbauen]
to secure [cable]
14
abfangen [Kabel]
to crimp [cable]
10
anquetschen [Kabel]
to lay sth. [cable etc.]
8
etw. führen [Kabel etc.]
to expose sth. [e.g. tooth neck, artery, cable core]
5
etw.Akk. freilegen [z. B. Zahnhals, Arterie, Kabelader]
Nouns
reel [cable reel]
79
Trommel {f} [Kabeltrommel]
pod [e.g., the cabin of a cable car]
55
Kapsel {f} [Kabine]
astronau aviat. umbilical [short for: umbilical cable]
38
Versorgungsschlauch {m}
main [principle pipe; principle cable]
35
Hauptleitung {f} [für Strom, Wasser, Gas, etc.]
electr. wire [cable]
25
Strippe {f} [ugs.]
tech. coax [coaxial cable]
21
Koaxialkabel {n}
tee [for cable conduit]
18
Abgang {m} [T-Stück f. Kabelrohre]
tech. kinking [hose, cable, line, etc.]
8
Knicken {n} [Schlauch, Kabel, Leitung usw.]
electr. termination [of a cable]
6
Endverschluss {m} [Kabel]
comp. electr. twinax [twinaxial cable]
6
Twinaxkabel {n}
tech. kinking [hose, cable, line, etc.]
5
Abknicken {n} [Schlauch, Kabel, Leitung usw.]
electr. termination [cable]
5
Endenabschluss {m} [Kabel] [IEC, VDE]
electr. [four-conductor shielded cable with metal foil shield]ViMF-Kabel {n} [Vierer in Metallfolie]
electr. pothead [of a cable]Kabelendmuffe {f}
electr. geol. tech. stripping [e.g. cable]Bloßlegen {n}
transp. tram [cable car]Seilbahn {f}
2 Words: Others
electr. high-tension {adj} [attr.] [less frequent] [e.g. cable / wire, line, switch]Hochspannungs- [z. B. Kabel, Leitung, Schalter]
in-house {adj} [e.g. cable assembly]eigen [intern]
loosely laid {adj} {past-p} [e.g. cable]lose verlegt [z. B. Kabel]
electr. scorched through {adj} {past-p} [cable etc.]durchgeschmort [Kabel usw.]
slip-on {adj} [attr.] [e.g. cable socket]Aufsteck- [z . B. Kabelschuh]
electr. three-wire {adj} [attr.] [e.g. cable]dreiaderig [z. B. Kabel]
electr. three-wire {adj} [attr.] [e.g. cable]dreiadrig [z. B. Kabel]
2 Words: Verbs
electr. to burn through [cable etc.]durchschmoren [ugs.] [z. B. Kabel]
to draw sth. through sth. [e.g. cable, line]etw. durch etw.Akk. ziehen [z. B. Kabel, Gerade]
electr. tech. to lead sth. in [a cable into sth.]etw. einführen [Kabel o. ä.]
to pay out sth. [fishing line, cable]etw. laufen lassen [Leine, Kabel]
to re-lay [carpet, cable]neu verlegen [Teppich, Kabel]
electr. to scorch through [cable]durchschmoren [ugs.] [Kabel]
2 Words: Nouns
electr. armored conduit [Am.] [for protection of power cable]Panzerrohr {n}
cable breaking [rare] [cable break]Kabelbruch {m}
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