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

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percolable {adj} [capable of allowing liquids to pass through]flüssigkeitsdurchlässig
Verbs
to scoop sth. [liquids]
349
etw. schöpfen [Wasser etc.]
to funnel [of liquids]
158
fließen
to dribble [liquids]
95
tröpfeln
to condense [of liquids]
21
eindicken
tech. to spray [liquids]
5
verspritzen [Flüssigkeit: versprühen, verteilen]
Nouns
drum [cylindrical receptacle, especially a large, metal one for storing or transporting liquids]
164
Fass {n} [bes. aus Metall und für Flüssigkeiten, z. B. Ölfass]
comm. hist. puncheon [large cask for liquids or other commodities, holding from 72 to 120 gallons]
19
Fass {n} [großes Fass für Flüssigkeiten oder andere Handelsware]
cloudiness [of glass, liquids, plastics etc.]
12
Trübung {f}
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sth. runs out [liquids or grease]etw. saut raus [ugs.] [südd.] [z. B. Wasser, Öl oder Schmierfett]
to run down [liquids]hinabfließen
chem. tech. to siphon sth. (off) [liquids]etw. abhebern [Flüssigkeiten]
constr. FoodInd. tech. drip plate [drip edge in flashing, etc., or drip tray for liquids such as beer]Tropfblech {n} [Traufblech od. Abtropfschale für Flüssigkeiten wie Bier]
tech. flow properties [of liquids, paints]Verlaufseigenschaften {pl} [von Flüssigkeit, Farben]
ecol. tech. material transport [esp. in liquids, gases]Stofftransport {m} [bes. in Flüssigkeiten, Gasen]
chem. stirring rod [laboratory equipment used to mix chemicals and liquids]Glasstab {m} [Laborgerät, das zum Umrühren von Gemischen verwendet wird]
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engin. tech. gas-to-liquid process <GtL, GTL process> [gas to liquids]GtL-Verfahren {n} [Gas to Liquids]
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