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Dictionary English German: [candle]

Translation 1 - 55 of 55

English German
lighted {adj} [candle]
brennend [Kerze]
grave {adj} [attr.] [sepulchral] [e.g. candle, compost, cross, decoration, desecration, find, robber]
Grab- [z. B. Licht, Erde, Kreuz, Schmuck, Schändung, Fund, Räuber]
runny {adj} [candle]
tropfend [Kerze]
floating {adj} [attr.] [e.g. candle, leaves, crane, dock]Schwimm- [z. B. Kerze, Blätter, Kran, Dock]
to light sth. [e.g. a fire, a match, a candle, a cigarette]
etw. anzünden [z. B. ein Feuer, ein Streichholz, eine Kerze, eine Zigarette]
to gutter [candle, flame]
to douse sth. [a candle, a light, a fire]
etw. ausmachen [ugs.] [eine Kerze, ein brennendes Streichholz, ein Feuer löschen]
snuff [charred part of a candle wick]
Schnuppe {f} [nordd.] [ostd.] [verkohlter Docht einer Kerze]
glow [candle, lamp]
Schimmer {m}
tealight [candle]
Teelicht {n}
taper [candle]
Leuchterkerze {f}
snuffer [candle snuffer]
Löschhut {m} [selten] [Löschhütchen]
snuff [charred part of a candle wick]
Butzen {m} [regional] [abgebrannter Kerzendocht]
geol. candlewood [also: candle wood]Kerzenholz {n}
relig. Christingle [advent candle mounted in a piece of fruit]Christingle {n} [mit Früchten garnierte Kerze im Adventsgottesdienst]
bot. T
snuff [charred part of a candle wick]Kerzenschnuppe {f} [abgebrannter Kerzendocht]
snuffer [candle snuffer]Dämpfer {m} [selten bzw. veraltet] [Löschhütchen]
snuffer [candle snuffer]Dampfhorn {n} [selten bzw. veraltet] [Löschhütchen]
snuffer [candle snuffer]Eteignoir {m} [veraltet] [Löschhütchen]
snuffer [candle snuffer]Flammentöter {m} [selten] [Löschhütchen]
snuffer [candle snuffer]Lichthut {m} [veraltet] [Löschhütchen ohne Stock oder Stange]
snuffer [candle snuffer]Löschhorn {n} [veraltet] [Löschhütchen]
snuffer [candle snuffer]Löschnapf {m} [veraltet] [Löschhütchen ohne Stock oder Stange]
snuffer [candle snuffer]Löschnäpfchen {n} [veraltet] [Löschhütchen ohne Stock oder Stange]
2 Words: Others
burnt down {adj} {past-p} [e.g. campfire, candle]heruntergebrannt [z. B. Lagerfeuer, Kerze]
five-armed {adj} [e.g. chandelier, candle holder]fünfarmig [z. B. Leuchter]
two-wick {adj} [attr.] [candle, petroleum lamp]zweidochtig
2 Words: Verbs
to burn down [e.g. campfire, candle]herunterbrennen [z. B. Lagerfeuer, Kerze]
to burn low [e.g. candle]herunterbrennen
to burn out [candle, lamp]herunterbrennen
to burn out [fire, candle]ausgehen [erlöschen]
to gutter out [light, candle etc.](allmählich) ausgehen [Licht, Kerze usw.]
to put sth. out [e.g. a fire, a candle, the light]etw.Akk. ausmachen [ugs.] [löschen] [z. B. ein Feuer, eine Kerze, das Licht]
2 Words: Nouns
burning time [candle, rocket, fuse]Brenndauer {f} [Kerze, Rakete, Zündschnur]
candle arch ["Schwibbogen", candle-holder from the Ore Mountains]Lichterbogen {m} [hier: erzgebirgischer Schwibbogen]
candlelit vigil [also candle-lit]Kerzenmahnwache {f}
gastr. eulachon oil [candle fish oil]Eulachonöl {n}
relig. memorial candle [yahrzeit candle]Jahrzeitkerze {f} [auch: Jahrzeit-Kerze]
relig. memorial candle [yahrzeit candle]Seelenkerze {f} [Jahrzeitkerze]
weak light [e.g. of a candle]Dämmerschein {m} [geh.] [schwaches Licht, z. B. einer Kerze]
relig. yahrtzeit candle [also: Yahrtzeit candle] [less often for: yahrzeit candle]Jahrzeitkerze {f}
relig. yahrzeit candle [often also: Yahrzeit candle] [memorial candle]Jahrzeitkerze {f}
3 Words: Nouns
relig. (Jewish) memorial light [yahrzeit candle]Jahrzeitlicht {n} [Jahrzeitkerze]
bees-wax candle [also: bees' wax, bees wax or beeswax candle]Bienenwachskerze {f}
burned-down candle [also: burned down candle]heruntergebrannte Kerze {f}
pieces of snuff [charred parts of a (candle) wick]Schnuppen {pl} [nordd.] [ostd.] [verkohlte Dochtstücke]
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
bot. T
bot. T
bot. T
bot. T
bot. T
bot. T
bot. T
bot. T
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