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English-German translation for: [chain]
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watches watch {adj} [attr.] [e.g. glass, chain, hand, mechanism]
Uhr- [z. B. Glas, Kette, Zeiger, Werk (einer Armband- oder Taschenuhr)]
human {adj} [e.g. bone, chain, dignity, life, nature, rights]
Menschen- [z. B. Knochen, Kette, Würde, Leben, Natur, Rechte]
to tether [chain]
to snake sth. [to drag or haul, esp. by a chain] [log etc.]
etw. ziehen [bes. mit oder an einer Kette] [Baumstamm u. ä.]
link [of a chain] [also fig.]
Glied {n} [einer Kette] [auch fig.]
cordon [chain of police etc.]
Kette {f} [Postenkette, Absperrung durch Polizei etc.]
item [in a chain]
Glied {n} [einer Kette]
bot. T
link [of a chain]
Gelenk {n} [einer Kette]
comm. [German department store chain]
Karstadt {m}
watchdog [kept on a chain]
Kettenhund {m}
armour material mail [chain mail]
Kettengeflecht {n}
naut. tech. link [chain]
Kettenglied {n}
naut. ace [chain hook]
Kettenhaken {m}
comm. [German discount supermarket chain]
Aldi {m} [Albrecht Discount]
hist. mil. [literally: "chain-dogs", pejorative nickname of uniformed military police units of German forces of the 19th and 20th century]Kettenhunde {pl} [fig.] [ugs.] [Bezeichnung der Feldgendarmerie in dt. Streitkräften des 19. und 20. Jh.]
[spiked collar, formed of a series of wooden balls linked into a chain by stiff wires bent into the form of hooks]Korallenhalsband {n} [Hundehalsband aus hölzernen Kugeln mit Spikes]
astron. geol. catena [chain of craters]Kraterkette {f}
hist. mil. weapons chainshot [also: chain shot]Kettenkugel {f}
2 Words: Others
sb. got sth. off [e.g. lid, bicycle chain, paint]jd. hat etw.Akk. abbekommen [entfernt]
nucl. tech. self-sustaining {adj} {pres-p} [e.g. chain reaction](sich) selbst erhaltend [z. B. Kettenreaktion]
2 Words: Verbs
to get sth. off [also: get off sth.] [lid, bicycle chain, paint, etc.]etw. abbekommen [entfernen können]
to put sth. on [chain, bolt etc.]etw. vorlegen [Riegel, Kette]
2 Words: Nouns
geogr. Adam's Bridge [chain of limestone shoals between India and Sri Lanka]Adamsbrücke {f} [Kette von Sandbänken, Korallenriffen und Inseln zwischen Indien und Sri Lanka]
comp. block chainBlockchain {f} [auch: Block Chain]
econ. bullwhip effect [supply chain management]Peitscheneffekt {m}
comm. econ. bullwhip effect [supply chain management]Forrester-Aufschaukelung {f} [Peitscheneffekt]
bike tech. chain catcher [also: chain catch]Kettenfänger {m}
bike tools chain slack [looseness] [bicycle, chain saw, etc.]Kettendurchhang {m} [Fahrrad, Kettensäge etc.]
chain smoker [Br. also: chain-smoker]Kettenraucher {m}
biol. chain terminatorKettenterminator {m} [auch: Ketten-Terminator, Chain-Terminator]
cloth. chainmail tie [also: chain-mail tie]Kettenhemdkrawatte {f}
comm. chemist's (shop) [Br.] [non-dispensing chain store]Drogeriemarkt {m}
fell handle [chain saw]Fällgriff {m} [Kettensäge]
tech. lower run [of a chain]Untertrum {m} {n}
med. PCR test [named after polymerase chain reaction]PCR-Test {m}
gastr. sausage link [Am.] [a segment of sausage in a chain](abgedrehte) Wurst {f}
chem. SSS rule [searing heat, sunlight, side chain substitution (SSS)]SSS-Regel {f} [Siedehitze, Sonne, Seitenkette (SSS)]
econ. supply chain <SC>Wertschöpfungskette {f} [veraltend für Supply Chain, Lieferkette]
tech. upper run [of a chain]Obertrum {m} {n}
watch dog [kept on a chain]Kettenhund {m}
watch dogs [kept on a chain]Kettenhunde {pl}
econ. QM whiplash effect [supply chain management]Peitscheneffekt {m}
3 Words: Verbs
to be on / across [chain on a door]vorliegen [Türkette] [südd.] [österr.] [schweiz.]
3 Words: Nouns
cause-effect chain [causal chain]Ursache-Wirkung-Kette {f} [Kausalkette]
cause-effect chain [causal chain]Ursache-Wirkungs-Kette {f} [Kausalkette]
hist. naut. chain boat navigation [also: chain-boat navigation]Kettenschifffahrt {f}
hist. mining tech. chain of dippers [chain pump]Bulgenkunst {f}
diamond-mesh fence [chain-link fence]Maschendrahtzaun {m}
stock keeping unit <SKU> [also: stock-keeping unit] [inventory management, supply chain management]Artikelposition {f} [Warenbestandseinheit] [Bestandsmanagement, Supply Chain Management]
stock-keeping unit <SKU>Lagerbestandseinheit {f} [Bestandsmanagement, Supply Chain Management]
stock-keeping unit <SKU>Warenbestandseinheit {f} [Supply Chain Management]
stock-keeping unit <SKU> [also: stock keeping unit] [inventory management, supply chain management]Stock Keeping Unit {f}<SKU> [(eindeutig identifizierbare) Lagereinheit]
econ. QM supply chain agility <SCA>Supply-Chain-Agilität {f} [auch: Supply-Chain-Agility]
comm. econ. QM supply chain management <SCM>Lieferantenkettenmanagement {n} [Supply Chain Management]
4 Words: Verbs
to find its way into sth. [e.g. poisonous substance into the food chain, concept into Greek philosophy]in etw.Akk. gelangen [z. B. giftige Substanz in die Nahrungskette, Begriff in die griechische Philosophie]
4 Words: Nouns
phonet. chain of acoustic communication [speech chain]akustische Kommunikationskette {f}
5+ Words: Others
QM delivered in full, on time, in spec / specification <DIFOTIS> [performance key indicator][vollständig geliefert, zeitgenau, artikelgenau; Leistungsindikator im Supply-Chain-Management]
5+ Words: Nouns
double-thread chainstitch / chain stitch machine <2-thread chain stitch machine>Doppelkettenstichmaschine {f} [Nähmaschine]
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
bot. T
bot. T
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