All Languages    |   EN   SV   IS   RU   RO   FR   IT   SK   NL   PT   HU   FI   ES   LA   BG   HR   NO   CS   DA   TR   PL   EO   SR   EL   BS   |   FR   SK   IS   HU   ES   NL   PL   RU   NO   SV   SQ   IT   FI   DA   CS   PT   HR   RO   BG   |   more ...

English-German Dictionary

English-German translation for: exercise sheet [for a horse]
  Options | Tips | FAQ | Abbreviations

LoginSign Up
Home|About/Extras|Vocab Trainer|Subjects|Users|Forum|Contribute!

exercise sheet in other languages:

Deutsch - Englisch
Add to ...

Dictionary English German: exercise sheet [for a horse]

Translation 1 - 50 of 19159  >>

equest. exercise sheet [for a horse]Ausreitdecke {f}
Partial Matches
equest. tack [gear for a horse]Reitbedarf {m} [Sättel, Halfter, usw.]
equest. trappings {pl} [decorative harness, etc. for a horse]schmuckes Pferdegeschirr {n} [veraltend]
cab driver [for a one-horse vehicle]Droschkenkutscher {m}
quote A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse! [William Shakespeare]Ein Pferd, ein Pferd, mein Königreich für ein Pferd!
exercise sheetAufgabenblatt {n}
educ. exercise sheetÜbungsblatt {n}
educ. exercise sheetÜbungszettel {m}
to give sb. change [coins for a banknote, a little money for a certain purpose, to a beggar, etc.]jdm. Kleingeld geben [Münzen für einen Geldschein, etwas Geld für einen bestimmten Zweck, einem Bettler etc.]
to mount sth. [a hill, a horse, a bicycle, the throne, etc.]etw.Akk. besteigen [einen Hügel, ein Pferd, ein Fahrrad, den Thron etc.]
to harness sth. (to sth.) [attach a horse, etc. by a harness to a vehicle]etw. anspannen (an etw.) [ein Pferd etc. an einen Wagen]
to have an in [for joining a group, for initiating a deal, etc.] [Am.] [coll.]einen Anknüpfungspunkt haben
jobs to release sb. from duty [for a time, for a certain purpose]jdn. freistellen [vom Dienst, vorübergehend]
equest. hack [horse for ordinary riding]Reitpferd {n}
equest. stud [for horse racing, etc.]Stall {m}
chaise [hist.] [a horse-drawn two-wheeled carriage, typically with a half-open top]Halbchaise {f} [veraltet] [Kutsche mit Halbverdeck]
hist. transp. [horse-drawn cart for passenger transportation]Zeiserlwagen {m} [österr.]
equest. charger [horse for battle or parade]Truppenpferd {n}
equest. hack [horse rented out for riding]Mietpferd {n}
valise [esp. for travelling by horse]Mantelsack {m} [veraltet]
coach stand [for horse-drawn vehicles]Kutschenstation {f}
routine exercise [for physical fitness]Routineübung {f}
equest. hacking [horse riding for pleasure or exercise]Ausreiten {n}
equest. zool. T
jump up [a jump in an upward direction; a cross-country obstacle in horse-riding]Aufsprung {m} [Sprung nach oben]
equest. fly sheet [for horses]Fliegendecke {f}
equest. fly sheet [for horses]Netzdecke {f}
action [manner of moving, e.g. of a machine, a horse]Gang {m} [Gangart, z. B. einer Maschine, eines Pferds]
educ. hist. kid hack [Am.] [coll.] [horse-drawn vehicle used for transporting children to school][Pferdedroschke, mit der Kinder in den USA zur Schule gefahren wurden]
equest. bridled {adj} {past-p} [of a horse]aufgezäumt
equest. eager {adj} [of a horse]gehfreudig [bei einem Pferd]
horsey {adj} [resembling a horse]pferdeähnlich
pitched {adj} {past-p} [by a horse]abgeworfen [vom Pferd]
equest. skittish {adj} [of a horse]ängstlich
equest. skittish {adj} [of a horse]scheu
equest. to prance [of a horse]eine Levade / Kurbette machen [Pferd]
equest. to prance [of a horse]sich auf der Hinterhand aufrichten [Pferd]
equest. forelock [on a horse]Pferdeschopf {m}
prancing {adj} {pres-p} [esp. of a horse]tänzelnd
equest. traffic Whoa! [call to a horse etc.]Brr! [Zuruf an Pferd usw.]
to descend [from a horse etc.]absteigen [von Pferd etc.]
to harness sth. [a horse, etc.]etw.Akk. anschirren [ein Pferd etc.]
to harness sth. [a horse, etc.]etw.Akk. aufschirren [ein Pferd etc.]
equest. dam [mother of a horse]Stute {f} [Muttertier]
horseback [back of a horse]Pferderücken {m}
to be mounted [on a horse]zu Pferd sein
equest. hoof prints [of a horse]Pferdespuren {pl}
to compete for sth. [for a job, a vacancy, a scholarship, etc.]sichAkk. um etw.Akk. bewerben [um eine (freie) Stelle, ein Stipendium etc.]
stanhope [light open horse-drawn carriage for one person, with two or four wheels]Stanhope-Kutsche {f} [auch: Stanhope Gig {n}]
law pol. [electoral system in which a vote is cast for a candidate rather than a party]Persönlichkeitswahl {f}
Previous page   | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 |   Next page
Feel free to link to this translation! Permanent link:
Hint: Double-click next to phrase to retranslate — To translate another word just start typing!
Search time: 0.210 sec


» Search forum for exercise sheet [for a horse]
» Ask forum members for exercise sheet [for a horse]

Recent Searches
Similar Terms
exercise regimen
exercise restraint
exercise risk
exercise room
exercise routine
exercise sandals
exercise section
exercise sequence
exercise series
exercise sheet
exercises in style
exercises in the morning
exercise sth.
exercise tact
exercise the dog
exercise the mind
exercise the option
exercise therapy
exercise tolerance
exercise tolerance test

Do you know German-English translations not listed in this dictionary? Please tell us by entering them here!
Before you submit, please have a look at the guidelines. If you can provide multiple translations, please post one by one. Make sure to provide useful source information. Important: Please also help by verifying other suggestions!

Limited Input Mode
More than 1000 translations are waiting for verification. This means you can only add a new
translation if you log in and review another one first (max. 500 unverified entries per user).
The input form will only work from within the Contribute! section.

German more...
Word Class more...
(Source, URL)
New Window

back to top | home© 2002 - 2022 Paul Hemetsberger | contact / privacy
English-German online dictionary developed to help you share your knowledge with others. More information
Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English). Thank you!
Links to this dictionary or to single translations are very welcome! Questions and Answers