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English-German translation for: buckle
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Dictionary English German: buckle

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English German
NOUN   a buckle | buckles
VERB  to buckle | buckled | buckled ... 
SYNO   to buckle | to crumple | to clasp ... 
to buckle [bend under pressure, heat etc.]
to buckle sth. [fasten with a buckle]
etw. schnallen [fest, weiter etc.]
to buckle [give way]
to buckle sth. [close with a buckle]
etw. zuschnallen
equest. to buckle
to bucklesich wölben [verbiegen]
to buckle [bend]sichAkk. verbiegen [durch Hitze, Druck]
Schnalle {f}
Spange {f}
Wölbung {f}
Delle {f}
2 Words: Others
automot. Buckle up.Schnall dich an.
2 Words: Verbs
to buckle (on)aufschnallen [befestigen]
to buckle down [coll.]sich reinknien [ugs.]
to buckle down [coll.] [idiom]sichAkk. ins Zeug legen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to buckle onanschnallen
to buckle onumschnallen
armour to buckle on sth. [armour, sword]etw. anlegen [Rüstung, Schwert etc.]
tech. to buckle sidewayskippen [Versagen durch Eintritt labilen Gleichgewichts]
to buckle up [coll.] [also fig.]sichAkk. anschnallen [auch fig.] [sich angurten]
2 Words: Nouns
cloth. (shoe) buckleSchuhschnalle {f}
backpack buckleRucksackschnalle {f}
cloth. belt buckleGürtelschnalle {f}
tech. belt buckleGurtschloss {n}
mil. belt buckleKoppelschloss {n}
bone buckleElfenbeinschnalle {f}
bone buckleKnochenschnalle {f}
cloth. boot buckleStiefelschnalle {f}
cloth. bra buckleBH-Schnalle {f}
cloth. buckle bootsSchnallenstiefel {pl}
cloth. buckle braSchnallen-BH {m}
buckle closureSteckverschluss {m}
cloth. buckle corsetSchnallenkorsett {n}
print buckle foldTaschenfalz {m}
print buckle foldingTaschenfalzen {n}
print buckle foldingTaschenfalzung {f}
jobs buckle makerSpangenmacher {m}
cloth. buckle pumpsSpangenpumps {pl}
cloth. buckle shoeSchnallenschuh {m}
cloth. pin buckleDornschließe {f}
Unverified pusher buckleDrückerfaltschließe {f}
cloth. roll buckleRollschließe {f} [Schnalle von Gürtel]
silver buckleSilberschnalle {f}
cloth. tang buckleDornschließe {f}
3 Words: Verbs
to buckle under pressuresich unter Druck krümmen
3 Words: Nouns
cloth. buckle (closure) braBH {m} mit Schnallenverschluss
cloth. buckle front braBH {m} mit vorderem Schnallenverschluss
engin. snap-through buckleDurchschlag {m} [Knick]
cloth. Western belt buckle [also: western belt buckle]Westerngürtelschnalle {f}
4 Words: Verbs
to buckle down to worksich an die Arbeit machen
5+ Words: Others
My knees began to buckle.Ich bekam weiche Knie.
5+ Words: Verbs
to buckle down to a tasksich an die Arbeit machen
Fiction (Literature and Film)
lit. F One, Two, Buckle My Shoe [Agatha Christie]Das Geheimnis der Schnallenschuhe
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A 2021-10-11: +Spangenschuh+ auch heute — when it is +buckle shoe+
A 2021-10-10: Buckle my shoes
A 2013-01-16: A bit more precisely: protecting it from damage (frayed edges, cuts, holes...
A 2012-05-12: "Buckle down" is much bettter than "buckle up"!
A 2012-05-12: +Buckle up!+ to me, means +put your seatbelt on,+ and this is already ther...
A 2012-05-12: I think Mr. Honey took it from 'fasten' (with a buckle).
Q 2012-05-12: Buckle up!
A 2012-04-07: are you sure it says "buckle pretensioner" and not "belt pretensioner"
A 2010-10-18: "to buckle" hier übertragen: nachgeben, sich einschüchtern lassen, dem Dru...
A 2010-01-09: buckle
A 2008-07-22: http://images.google.co.uk/images?um=1&hl=en&sa=X&oi=spell&resnum=1&ct=res...
A 2008-05-21: strap buckle
A 2008-05-20: roll buckle
A 2007-07-19: buckle > Gurtschloss; buckle tongue > Schlosszunge
A 2007-01-02: buckle
Q 2007-01-02: His knees were so weak they started to buckle.
Q 2006-07-03: buckle a swash
A 2006-02-06: buckle/clasp/handle of a medal
A 2005-11-07: buckle pin loop
A 2005-06-21: belt buckle

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