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English-German translation for: quake
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Dictionary English German: quake

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NOUN   a quake | quakes
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VERB  to quake | quaked | quaked ... 
 
SYNO   to quake | to tremor | to palpitate ... 
to quake
575
beben
to quake
63
zittern
to quake
34
erzittern [geh.]
to quake
23
erbeben
Nouns
geol. quake [coll.] [earthquake]
111
Erdbeben {n}
geol. quake
63
Beben {n}
quake
25
Erschütterung {f}
2 Words
post-quake {adj} [coll.] [attr.]nach dem Beben [nachgestellt]
quake-ravaged {adj}erdbebenverwüstet
to quake withzittern vor
geol. explosion quake [coll.]Explosionsbeben {n}
geogr. mega-quake [coll.]Extrembeben {n}
astron. geol. moon quakeMondbeben {n}
geol. quake protectionErdbebensicherheit {f}
quake reliefErdbebenhilfe {f}
geol. quake rubble [coll.] [earthquale rubble]Erdbebenschutt {m}
geol. quake zone [coll.] [earthquake zone]Erdbebengebiet {n}
geol. undersea quakeSeebeben {n}
geol. volcanic quakevulkanisches Beben {n}
3 Words
to quake with coldvor Kälte zittern
to quake with fearvor Angst zittern
quake death tollZahl {f} der Erdbebentoten
geogr. quake-hit areaErdbebengebiet {n}
4 Words
to quake in one's boots [coll.] [idiom]zittern wie Espenlaub [ugs.] [Redewendung]
geol. depth of the quakeBebentiefe {f}
5+ Words
immediate aftermath of the quakeZeit {f} unmittelbar nach dem Erdbeben
geol. quake with a magnitude of 8.2 on the Richter scaleBeben {n} der Stärke 8,2 auf der Richterskala
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
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