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Englisch-Deutsch-Wörterbuch: [around]
noon {adj} [attr.] [taking place at or around noon]
Mittags-
sb. bustled [about / around; in; out; (back) into sth., over to; round sth.]
jd. hastete [herum; herein; hinaus; (wieder) in etw. hinein; hinüber zu; um etw. herum]
[of a tree; so big that a man cannot put his arms around it with the fingertips just touching each other] {adj}
übergriffig [veraltet] [Baumstamm, den ein Mann nicht umklaftern kann]for.
wraparound {adj} [attr.] [also: wrap-around] [e.g. windscreen, sunglasses]
Panorama- [z. B. Windschutzscheibe, Sonnenbrille]
[Only fools go around defacing things.]
Narrenhände beschmieren Tisch und Wände.proverb
[sth. is built up around sth. else in a way that obstructs the view of and access to the second object]
etw. ist von etw.Dat. verbaut
[the other way round / around] {adv}
anders herum [FALSCH für: andersherum]
about {adv} [all around]
ringsum
ringsherum
flourishable {adj} [can be waved around]
schwenkbar [geeignet herumzuschwenken]
midafternoon {adv} [around 3 pm]
am Nachmittag [ca. 15 Uhr]
sb. frisked [danced around]
jd. tanzte herum
surrounding {adj} [standing around]
umherstehend
to reverse sth. [turn around]
etw. herumdrehen
to mill [move around aimlessly]
herumschlendern
to wander [walk around casually]
herumlaufen
to straggle [wander around]
umherstreifen
to scamper [run around at great speed]
umhersausen [ugs.]
to frisk [leap around]
hüpfen
to stray [rove around, tramp]
vagabundieren [umherstreifen]
to flash [coll.] [to run around naked]
flitzen [ugs.] [nackt herumlaufen]
to round sth. [pass completely around]
etw. umrunden
to circumscribe sth. [to construct one regular geometrical figure around another so as to touch as many points as possible]
etw.Akk. umbeschreibenmath.
to clench sth. [to clench one's fingers / hands around sth.]
die Finger / Hände um etw.Akk. krampfen
to cluster [crowd around]
sich scharen
sich drängen
to embrace sth./sb. [to put one's arms around with the fingertips just touching each other; e.g. a tree, a person]
etw./jdn. umklaftern [veraltet] [mit ausgebreiteten Armen umfassen (sodass sich die Fingerspitzen eben berühren); z. B. einen Baum od. Menschen]
to gawk [coll.] [to stand around gawking]
Maulaffen feilhalten [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to gird sb. [literary] [put a belt around sb.'s waist]
jdm. einen Gürtel umlegen
to maunder [move around in a dreamy manner]
verträumt herumgehen
to moon [about, around, away]
seine Zeit vertun
to obvolve [obs.] [to wrap around]
umwickeln
to pan sth. [to move sth. around in the stereo sound image]
etw. pannen [etw. im Stereoklangbild verschieben]audio
to turn [around]
sichAkk. umdrehen
handkerchief [around the neck]
Halstuch {n}cloth.
pleura [the lining around the lung]
Brustfell {n}anat.
Rippenfell {n}anat.zool.
scarf [esp. worn around the waist]
Schärpe {f}cloth.
scarf [worn around the shoulders]
Schultertuch {n}cloth.
braids [Am.] [around one's head]
Kranz {m} [Kranzfrisur]
caduceus [winged staff with two snakes wrapped around it]
Hermesstab {m} [geflügelter Stab mit zwei gewundenen Schlangen; auch Symbol für Medizin in den USA] [Unicode: U+2624 (9764)]med.print
[a cold spell around June 11th]
Schafkälte {f}meteo.
Schafskälte {f}meteo.
[building development around the edges of sth., e.g. an airport]
Randbebauung {f} etw.Gen.urban
[circle of bubbles around the collar of a champagne glass]
Perlenkranz {m} [am Rand des Sektglases]oenol.
[fur pattern; bright spot around the anus]
Spiegel {m} [Fellzeichnung; heller Fleck um den After]huntingzool.
[linked transport system around Vienna]
Verkehrsverbund {m} Ost-Region <VOR>traffic
[rotating time period during which a resident of e.g. an apartment is responsible for cleaning shared areas in and around the building such as sidewalks, driveways, hallways, etc.]
Kehrwoche {f} [südd.] [bes. schwäb.]
[soil dike around a tree or shrub to ensure adequate water retention]
Gießrand {m} [um einen Baum oder Strauch]hort.
[village built around a village green]
Angerdorf {n}
airflow [also airstream, flow of air around a moving person or vehicle]
Fahrtwind {m}sports
baggywrinkle [rope yarns wound around parts of a ship's rigging]
Tausendbein {n} [seemännisches Knüpfwerk als Scheuerschutz]naut.
coma [envelope around the nucleus of a comet]
Koma {f} [Gas- und Staubhülle eines Kometen]astron.
drag [millstone around one's neck]
Klotz {m} am Bein [Redewendung]
entwinement [rare] [twining around]
Umrankung {f}
Fachidiot [loan word for an expert uninterested in what goes around him]
Fachidiot {m}
mulesing [removal of strips of wool-bearing skin from around the breech without anesthesia]
Mulesing {n} [auch: Mulesierung] [das Entfernen der Haut rund um den Schwanz von Schafen ohne Schmerzausschaltung]
Pléiade [group of French poets around 1550]
Plejade {f} [frz. Dichtergruppe um 1550]lit.
pouch [worn by skiers around their waist]
Wimmerl {n} [Skiläufertasche] [österr.]cloth.sports
tussock [small area of grass that is thicker or longer than the grass growing around it]
Bülte {f} [nordd.] [grasbewachsene Bodenerhebung in Moor oder Bruch]bot.ecol.
weatherstripping [around windows, doors]
Abdichtung {f} [Fensterabdichtung, Türenabdichtung]constr.
winding [e.g. winding wire around a core]
Aufwickeln {n}tech.
wrapper [around newspaper]
Streifband {n}
all about {adv} [all around, everywhere]
allenthalben [geh., veraltend]
all about {adv} [all around]
ringsherum
in surprise {adv} [look up, turn around, etc.]
überrascht [aufschauen, sich umdrehen etc.]
when sb. frisked [danced around]
als jd. herumtanzte
You Bet! [Br.] [game show based around the format of the German show "Wetten, dass ..?"]
Wetten, dass ..? [Spielshow]gamesRadioTV
to dabble in [mess around, botch]
pfuschen [ugs.] [pej.]
to go around (sth.) [drive around (sth.)]
(um etw.Akk.) außenrum fahren [ugs.]
to goof around [coll.] [fool around]
herumblödeln [ugs.]
to lie about [around]
herumflacken [südd.] [österr.] [ugs.]
to monkey around [coll.] [fool around]
herumalbern [ugs.]
to play around sth. [smile plays around the corners of your mouth]
etw. umspielen [Lächeln]
to pull around sb./sth. [to drive around]
jdn./etw. umfahren [um jdn./etw. herumfahren]
to wash around sth. [as the sea around a rock]
etw. umspülen
cathedral close [area immediately around a cathedral]
Domfreiheit {f}hist.lawrelig.
dark circles [around the eyes]
Augenringe {pl}
fiberglass gasket [Am.] [e.g. for sealing around oven windows]
Textilglasdichtung {f}engin.
fibreglass gasket [Br.] [e.g. for sealing around oven windows]
Textilglasdichtung {f}engin.material
green belt [around a city]
Grüngürtel {m}
iron hoop [e.g. around a barrel]
Eisenband {n} [z. B. um ein Fass]
Main valley [valley around the river Main]
Maintal {n}geogr.
mountain cleaner [professional working around Salzburg to prevent rock fall]
Bergputzer {m}jobs
mountain cleaners [professionals working around Salzburg to prevent rock fall]
Bergputzer {pl}jobs
noon plane [plane departing or arriving at or around noon]
Mittagsmaschine {f} [ugs.] [Flugzeug, das mittags startet oder landet]
paper frill [e.g. decoration around the shin]
Papiermanschette {f}gastr.
perioral paleness [pale area around the mouth in scarlet fever]
Milchbart {m} [periorale Blässe]med.
puppy fat [Br.] [fat on the body of a child which disappears around adolescence]
Teenagerspeck {m} [ugs.] [hum.] [Babyspeck]
some [around] ... percent
rund [circa] ... Prozent {n}
testicular hydrocele [Hydrocele testis] [accumulation of fluids around a testicle]
Wasserbruch {m}med.
waist overall [archaic] [Levi's 501® until around 1960]
Hüft-Overall {m} [veraltet] [Arbeitshose Levi's 501®]cloth.
wraparound (artifact) [Am.] [also: wrap-around artifact] [e.g. in MRI]
Aliasing {n} [Artefakt]med.MedTech.
wraparound artifact [Am.] [also: wrap-around artifact]
Aliasing-Artefakt {n} [ugs. auch {m}]electr.MedTech.
Break it up! [Am.] [coll.] [stop fighting or fooling around]
Lass den Quatsch! [ugs.]idiom
to look back at sth. [turn around and look back]
auf etw.Akk. zurückblicken [auf Konkretes, das hinter einem liegt]
to mouch about / around [chiefly Br.] [coll.] [loiter, hang around]
herumhängen [ugs.] [herumlungern]
to take a stroll [esp. around town]
einen Bummel machen [ugs.]
hair in braids [fixed around the head]
Gretchenfrisur {f}
Hermann the Cheruscan [around 17 BC – around AD 21]
Hermann {m} der Cherusker [um 17 v. Chr. - um 21 n. Chr.]hist.
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