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Dictionary English German: arch

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ADJ1   arch | archer | archest
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ADJ2   arch. | more arch. | most arch.
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NOUN   an arch | arches
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VERB  to arch | arched | arched ... 
 
SYNO   arch | archway | to arc | to arch ... 
arch {adj}
314
schelmisch
arch {adj}
95
schalkhaft
arch- {prefix}
92
Erz-
arch {adj}
48
spitzbübisch
arch {adj}
22
schurkisch
Verbs
to arch
526
wölben
to archsich wölben
Nouns
archi. arch
1356
Bogen {m}
archi. arch
384
Gewölbe {n}
archi. arch [as part of a barrel vault]
152
Schildbogen {m} [eines Tonnengwölbes]
arch
77
Wölbung {f} [Bogen]
arch
44
Rundung {f}
archi. arch
26
Bogengewölbe {n}
archi. archüberwölbter Gang {m}
2 Words: Others
arch-shaped {adj}bogenförmig
archi. seven-arch {adj} [attr.] [bridge, viaduct]siebenbogig
archi. constr. single-arch {adj} [attr.] [e.g. bridge]einbogig
2 Words: Verbs
to arch overüberwölben
to arch upemporhalten
to arch uperheben
2 Words: Nouns
geol. abrasion archBrandungsgewölbe {n}
anat. dent. alveolar arch [Arcus alveolaris]Alveolarbogen {m}
anat. aortic arch [Arcus aortae]Aortenbogen {m}
archi. Arabic archHufeisenbogen {m}
archi. Arabic archHufeisenrundbogen {m}
archi. constr. arch actionBogenwirkung {f}
archi. constr. arch actionGewölbewirkung {f}
archi. constr. arch brickGewölbestein {m}
archi. constr. arch brickKeilstein {m}
archi. constr. arch brickWölber {m}
archi. constr. arch brickWölbstein {m}
archi. constr. arch bridgeBogenbrücke {f}
archi. arch buttress(einfacher) Strebebogen {m}
archi. constr. arch constructionBogenkonstruktion {f}
archi. arch crownBogenscheitel {m}
arch enemiesErzfeinde {pl}
arch enemyErzfeind {m}
arch foeErzfeind {m}
dent. med. arch indexBogenindex {m}
archi. constr. arch masonryBogenmauerwerk {n}
arch riseBogenhöhe {f}
arch rival [female]Erzfeindin {f}
arch rogueErzschurke {m}
arch smileschalkhaftes Lächeln {n}
archi. constr. arch spanBogenspannweite {f}
archi. constr. arch stone [also: arch-stone]Keilstein {m}
med. arch supportSenkfußeinlage {f}
med. arch supportsorthopädische Schuheinlagen {pl}
constr. arch templateBogenlehre {f}
arch traitorErzverräter {m}
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A 2013-04-14: We can change it to saber arch
A 2012-09-29: vielleicht ein Zusatz (arch.)?
A 2012-08-06: meinst du "to arch" ? Sie bilden einen Bogen zum Gegenpol
A 2012-06-18: https://www.google.com/search?q=flower+arch&hl=en&biw=1428&bih=1066&noj=1&...
A 2012-05-14: Jack Kerouac was an arch-conservative Vietnam war supporter? I didn't know...
A 2010-12-17: Vielen Dank, es ist wohl "instep", arch ist wohl eher das Fußgewölbe, oder...
A 2010-12-16: AE= arch
A 2010-09-18: "lateral arch" muss rein
A 2010-09-09: Oh Gott! Alice Schalek was Karl Kraus' arch enemy (See: Die Fackel, and ex...
A 2008-12-17: --Arch.
A 2008-04-18: Arch point: Waldarbeit / Waldarbeiten > forest work / forest works?

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