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Dictionary English German: [heavy]

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massive {adj} [large and heavy, bulky]
777
wuchtig [schwer und massig, massiv]
leaden {adj} [heavy]
57
bleischwer [bleiern]
ponderous {adj} [heavy]
55
massiv
clunky {adv} [heavy, cumbersome]
40
schwer [von Ketten, Armreifen, auch Möbeln, Schuhen]
depressing {adj} [heavy] [fig.]
26
bleiern [fig.]
jowled {adj} [heavy-jowled]
10
hängebackig [selten]
grievous {adj} [heavy]
9
schwer
leaden {adj} [heavy](schwer) wie Blei
Verbs
to roll sth. [heavy stone etc.]
572
etw. wälzen [schweren Stein usw.]
to manhandle sth. [a heavy item]
272
etw.Akk. hieven [ugs.]
to heave [heavy object]
45
wälzen
to plod [make one's way with heavy usually slow steps]
26
zockeln [ugs.]
to lighten [to make less heavy etc.]
19
ablassen [herabsetzen] [Druck usw.]
mil. to zap sb./sth. [coll.] [to attack with heavy firepower]
12
jdn./etw. bepflastern [ugs.] [mit Gewehrfeuer belegen etc.]
to pull sth. [e.g. a heavy bag]
11
etw. zurren [regional] [schleifen, ziehen]
Nouns
tome [hum. in Br.] [large and heavy book]
820
Schinken {m} [ugs.] [hum.] [großes, dickes Buch]
ton [fig.] [a very heavy weight]
528
Tonne {f} [fig.]
skid [support to move heavy objects]
215
Schlitten {m} [Kufe, Gleiter]
slugfest [Am.] [coll.] [a fight marked by the exchange of heavy blows, also fig.: a heated dispute]
134
Schlagabtausch {m} [auch fig.]
weapons bolt [short, heavy arrow shot from a crossbow]
128
Pfeil {m} [Armbrustbolzen]
lump [coll.: heavy, ungainly, or slow-witted person] [pej.]
63
Trampel {m} {n} [pej.] [ugs.]
mus. headbanger [coll.]
7
Metaller {m} [ugs.] [Heavy Metal Fan]
mil. naut. [battle ship or heavy cruiser]Dickschiff {n}
[female owner of one or more heavy-industrial companies]Schwerindustrielle {f}
[heavy collection of fumes]Gedünst {n} [veraltet] [geh.]
hist. [heavy labour bonus: supplementary food ration for manual workers during WWII Germany, in work and concentration camps as well as later in the early GDR]Schwerarbeiterzulage {f} [Zusätzliche Essensration]
[heavy thread on a flat star-shaped spool]Sternchenzwirn {m}
[owner of one or more heavy-industrial companies]Schwerindustrieller {m}
cloth. [yellow hooded heavy-duty medium-length PVC rain coat]Ostfriesennerz {m} [ugs.] [hum.]
mus. axeman [coll.] [guitar player]Axtschwinger {m} [ugs.] [Gitarrist bes. in Heavy-Metal-Bands]
belt [coll.] [heavy blow]harter Schlag {m}
archi. cribwork [also crib, a framework of heavy timbers]Holzkonstruktion {f}
cloth. dreadnought [heavy overcoat] [obs.]dicker Mantel {m}
floorer [coll.] [heavy blow]harter Schlag {m} [nicht fig.]
hammering {sg} [heavy losses]schwere Verluste {pl}
weapons lathi [Ind.] [a heavy pole, used as a club by police]Lathi {m} [langer Schlagstock der ind. Polizei]
tech. lewis [used to lift heavy stones]Keilklaue {f}
constr. tech. lewis [used to lift heavy stones]Steinwolf {m} [Keilklaue]
tech. lewis [used to lift heavy stones]Zwingkeil {m} [eiserner Keil zum Heben schwerer Steine]
tech. lewisson [lewis] [used to lift heavy stones]Zwingkeil {m} [eiserner Keil zum Heben schwerer Steine]
mus. metal [heavy metal]Metal {n} [Heavy Metal]
mus. metaller [coll.]Metaller {m} [ugs.] [Heavy-Metal-Fan]
pasting [sl.] [heavy defeat]schwere Niederlage {f}
bike roadster [heavy bicycle with balloon tires]Oma-Rad {n} [ugs.]
cloth. shitkickers [sl.] [vulg.] [heavy boots]Botten {pl} [regional] [klobige Stiefel oder Schuhe]
stamper [sb. with a heavy gait]Trampler {m} [ugs.] [jd. / etw. mit schwerem Schritt]
2 Words: Others
hard-handed {adj} [rare] [heavy-handed, harsh]hart [Führungsstil etc.]
like lead {adj} [fig.] [heavy](schwer) wie Blei
2 Words: Verbs
to struggle with sth. [carrying a heavy or bulky object]sichAkk. mit etw.Dat. abschleppen [ugs.]
2 Words: Nouns
naut. bow heaviness [bow heavy]Vorlastigkeit {f}
mus. classic metal [traditional heavy metal][trad. Heavy Metal]
tech. creeper dolly [e.g. for moving heavy objects and wheeling them to the desired location]Rollbrett {n}
cloth. cut-off [jacket in the motorcycling / heavy metal subculture]Kutte {f} [ugs.] [Jeansweste od. Lederweste in der Metal-Szene]
transp. HGV licence [Br.] [common British term] [Heavy Goods Vehicle licence]Zweier-Führerschein {m} [ugs.] [Lkw-Führerschein]
piss artist [Br.] [vulg.] [heavy drinker]Säufer {m}
piss artist [Br.] [vulg.] [heavy drinker]Suffkopp {m} [ugs.]
violent storm [mostly with heavy rains]Ungewitter {n} [veraltet]
3 Words: Others
ecol. hydro. heavy-metal polluted {adj} [heavy metal polluted]schwermetallbelastet
3 Words: Nouns
electr. telecom. direct-buried cable <DBC> [consisting of multiple layers of heavy metallic-banded sheathing, etc.]Erdkabel {n} [mit einer besonders robusten Isolierung nach außen]
constr. tools electric paddle mixer [for plaster, mortars and heavy paints]Rührstab {m} [zum Anmischen von Beton / Mörtel und zum Verrühren von Kleber / Farbe]
admin. HGV driver's licence [Br.] [heavy goods vehicle driver's licence]Lkw-Führerschein {m} [Lastkraftwagenführerschein]
bike old-style bike [heavy, most often black]Waffenrad {n} [ugs.] [österr.]
4 Words: Others
done oneself an injury {past-p} [lifting something heavy]sich verhoben
4 Words: Verbs
to have a snow day [to have a day off school/work due to heavy snow]schneefrei haben [wegen starkes Schneefalls einen Schul- oder Arbeitstag frei haben]
5+ Words: Verbs
to take a lot out of sth. [through heavy use]etw. strapazieren [durch starke Beanspruchung]
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