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

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English German
tech. to operate sth. [brakes, lever etc.]
599
etw. betätigen
tech. to turn sth. [a lever]
413
etw.Akk. umlegen [einen Hebel]
tech. to throw sth. [a switch, a lever]
45
etw.Akk. umlegen [einen Schalter, einen Hebel]
to actuate sth. [e.g. a switch, a lever]
37
etw.Akk. betätigen [z. B. einen Schalter, einen Hebel]
Nouns
shifter [gearshift lever]
259
Gangschalthebel {m}
mus. crotchet [lever harp mechanism]
7
Krücke {f} [Hakenharfe-Mechanik]
hist. print spec. bar [lever to turn the screw of an early printing press]Pressbengel {m}
hist. print spec. bar [lever to turn the screw of an early printing press]Preßbengel {m} [alt]
mus. lever [on a lever or folk harp]Halbtonklappe {f} [Hakenharfe]
tech. monolever [also: mono-lever]Einhebel {m}
2 Words
tech. steplessly adjustable {adj} [e.g. lever, pointer]stufenlos verstellbar
to break sth. open [with a lever or crowbar]etw. aufhebeln [aufbrechen]
to force sth. open [with a lever or crowbar]etw. aufhebeln [aufbrechen]
to lever sth. up [lift with a lever]etw.Akk. mit einem Hebel anheben
tools fixed blade [lever shears]festgestelltes Messer {n} [Hebelschere]
tech. load arm [of a lever] [also: load-arm]Lastarm {m} [eines Hebels]
tech. neutral position [e.g. of a lever or pointer]Leerlaufstellung {f} [z. B. von Hebel oder Zeiger]
tech. selection lever [selector lever]Wahlhebel {m}
automot. shift path [of stick or lever]Schaltweg {m}
3 Words
phys. with equal arms {adj} [lever]gleicharmig [Hebel]
tech. single-lever control [also: single lever control]Einhebelschaltung {f}
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