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English-German translation for: [hole]
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Dictionary English German: [hole]

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English German
cavernous {adj} [hole]
247
gähnend [fig.]
tech. dimensioned {adj} {past-p} [e.g. hole]
10
vermaßt [z. B. Bohrung]
weapons bullet {adj} [attr.] [e.g. hole]
6
Einschuss- [z. B. Loch, Stelle]
zool. mouse {adj} [attr.] [e.g. hole, trap]
5
Mause-
tech. weapons shot {adj} [attr.] [e.g. capacity, hole]Schuss- [z. B. Leistung, Loch]
Verbs
to drill [bore a hole]
1995
bohren
to ream sth. [enlarge, e.g. a hole]
416
etw.Akk. erweitern [z. B. Loch]
to excavate sth. [a trench, a hole, a pit, etc.]
347
etw.Akk. ausheben [einen Graben, ein Loch, eine Grube etc.]
to drill [bore a hole]
315
herumbohren
tech. to splay [pipe, hole]
20
weiten [Rohr, Bohrung]
tech. to enlarge [a hole by drilling]
19
aufbohren [ugs. für: aufweiten]
to plaster [hole etc.]
15
zugipsen
to cornhole sb. [Am.] [sl.] [vulg.] [also spelled corn-hole, cornhaul or corn-haul] [to have (forced) anal intercourse with sb.]jdn. in den Arsch ficken [vulg.] [bes. gegen jds. Willen]
to hole [make a hole in]ein Loch machen in [+Akk.]
Nouns
pit [large hole in the ground; also: gravel pit, coal pit]
1734
Grube {f} [Vertiefung in der Erde; auch: Kiesgrube, Kohlenbergwerk]
pothole [deep hole, pit]
268
Grube {f} [tiefes Loch]
constr. excavation [hole]
160
Baugrube {f}
Internet print asterisk <*> [IM/Chat shorthand] [ass, arse; e.g. *hole]
19
Sternchen {n} [steht u. a. für „Arsch“ und damit verbundene Schimpfwörter im Chat]
opening [hole in the market]
15
Marktlücke {f}
engin. tech. piercing [production of a hole in a sheet of metal by the use of a punch and a die]
10
Lochen {n} [Werkstück, Scherschneiden]
ahole [sl., also: a-hole] [vulg.]Aloch {n} [ugs., auch: A-loch] [vulg.]
tech. boring [making a hole]Bohren {n}
astron. phys. collapsar [black hole](stellares) Schwarzes Loch {n} [Kollapsar]
inspection [ e.g. of a hole, in mining, etc.]Befahrung {f} [Begehung; Bergbau, Höhle, Abwasserkanal]
gastr. muddler [wooden spoon with hole]Lochkelle {f} [Rührlöffel]
perforation [hole]Loch {n} [Perforationsloch]
geogr. hydro. ponor [swallow hole]Katavothre {f} [Schluckloch in Karstgebieten]
potato [Br.] [coll.] [large hole in a sock or stocking, especially one in the heel]Kartoffel {f} [ugs.] [hum.] [großes Loch im Strumpf]
tech. puncture [small hole in sth.]Durchstoß {m} [Durchstich]
geogr. geol. sink [sink hole]Erdfall {m}
sleeper [Br.] [ring or post worn to keep ear-piercing hole from closing]Schlafohrring {m}
2 Words: Others
tech. non-dimensioned {adj} [e.g. hole]nicht vermaßt [z. B. Bohrung]
2 Words: Verbs
to fill in [a hole]auffüllen
to go through (sth.) [create a hole](durch etw.) durchschlagen [Loch verursachen]
2 Words: Nouns
gastr. geogr. collapse sink [sink hole]Doline {f}
entom. emergence hole [exit hole of an insect]Ausbohrloch {n} [Austrittsloch eines Insekts]
holed coin [coin with a hole in the middle]Lochmünze {f}
holey coin [coin with a hole in the middle]Lochmünze {f}
archi. hist. murder hole [also: murder-hole] [here: embrasure]Schießscharte {f} [Befestigungsanlagen]
hist. murder hole [hole cut through the ceiling of a castle / fortification]Mörderloch {n} [Loch in der Decke einer Burg / Befestigung]
meteo. ozone minihole [also: ozone mini-hole]Mini-Ozonloch {n} [auch: Miniozonloch]
peep hole [also: peep-hole]Schauloch {n}
smoke hole [also: smoke-hole] [e.g. vent in a tipi, yurt, etc.]Rauchloch {n} [z. B. in einem Tipi, einer Jurte usw.]
geogr. geol. solution sink [a type of sink hole]Lösungsdoline {f}
tech. telltale hole [also: tell-tale hole] [for leak detection]Kontrollbohrung {f} [Leckageüberwachung]
hist. weapons vent hole [also: flash hole]Zündkanal {m}
3 Words: Others
sth. oozes out of sth. [e.g. batter from the waffle maker, polymer from a hole]etw. quillt aus etw. (heraus) [z. B. Teig aus dem Waffeleisen, Polymer aus einem Loch]
3 Words: Verbs
to crawl into bed [crawl off, hole up]sichAkk. ins Bett verkriechen
3 Words: Nouns
astron. black hole collision [also: black-hole collision]Kollision {f} Schwarzer Löcher
astron. black hole collision [also: black-hole collision]Kollision {f} von Schwarzen Löchern
glory hole / gloryhole [sl.] [also: glory-hole]Klappenloch {n} [ugs.] [Gloryhole]
glory hole / gloryhole [sl.] [also: glory-hole]Schwanzloch {n} [vulg.] [zum Zwecke meist anonymer Sexualkontakte]
glory hole / gloryhole [sl.] [also: glory-hole]Glory Hole / Gloryhole {n} [ugs.] [zum Zwecke meist anonymer Sexualkontakte]
electr. p-type conduction [hole conduction]p-Leitung {f} [Löcherleitung]
constr. hort. tools post hole digger [also: post-hole digger]Erdlochausheber {m}
cloth. textil. three corner tear [right-angled tear/hole in piece of clothing or cloth often caused by a snag]Dreiangel {m} {f} {n} [regional] [Triangel]
4 Words: Nouns
sports 36-hole golf course [also: 36 hole golf course]36-Loch-Golfplatz {m}
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
hort. mycol. T
hort. mycol. T
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