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dead weight Totlast {f} [aus eigener Masse resultierende Kraft; Totlast eines Schiffes]
dead weight Schlachtgewicht {n}
dead weight capacityTragfähigkeit {f}
dead windGegenwind {m}
dead window totes Fenster {n}
dead windowScheinfenster {n}
dead wire tote Leitung {f}
dead womanTote {f}
dead woodLadenhüter {m}
dead wood totes Holz {n}
dead wood Totholz {n}
dead wood {sg} [fig.] Altlasten {pl}
dead wood [fig.]Ballast {m} [altes, überflüssiges Zeug]
dead wool Wolle {f} toter Schafe
dead wool [wool taken from dead sheep] Sterblingswolle {f}
dead work Arbeitsvorbereitung {f}
dead wrong [coll.] stockfalsch [ugs.]
dead zone tote Zone {f} [Scanner]
dead zoneTotzone {f}
dead zone Totbereich {m}
dead zone [area with no reception]Funkloch {n}
dead zone [zones in seas or lakes with too little oxygen to support life]Totwasserzone {f}
[dead smart, snazzy] totschick [FALSCH für: todschick]
(dead) girl's body Mädchenleiche {f}
dead-aim [unerringly accurate] treffsicher
dead-air space [in insulated glazing]unbelüfteter Zwischenraum {m} [Verbundfenster-Verglasung]
dead-alive langweilig
dead-alive öde
dead-alive placeöder Platz {m}
dead-ball era [also: deadball era] [Am.] [history of Major League Baseball, app. 1901-1919] Deadball-Ära {f} [US-amerik. Baseball-Liga, 1901 bis 1919]
dead-ball goal [football]Tor {n} nach einer Standardsituation
dead-ball line Begrenzungslinie {f} im Rugby
dead-ball situation [set piece] Standardsituation {f}
deadbeat [coll.]todmüde [ugs.]
deadbeat [coll.] Hänger {m} [ugs.] [fauler Mensch]
deadbeat [coll.] Gammler {m} [ugs.]
deadbeat [coll.] [failure]Versager {m}
deadbeat [damped needle, e.g. of a compass] gedämpft [verzögerte Anzeige z. B. bei Messgeräten]
deadbeat [female] [coll.] [failure]Versagerin {f}
deadbeat bidder [coll.] Spaßbieter {m} [ugs.]
deadbeat dad [Am.] [Vater, der Alimenten- und Unterhaltszahlungen für seine Kinder verweigert]
deadbeat dad [coll.] [Vater, der seiner Unterhaltspflicht nicht nachkommt]
deadbolt Schließriegel {m}
deadbolt Schlossriegel {m}
deadbolt Türriegel {m}
deadboltRiegel {m}
deadbolt lockRiegelschloss {n}
deadbolt lockBolzenschloss {n}
dead-burnt gypsum totgebrannter Gips {m}
dead-center lathe [Am.]Drehbank {f} (mit feststehender Reitstockspitze)
dead-center position [Am.]Totpunkt {m} [bei Hubbewegung]
dead-center position [Am.]Totpunktlage {f}
dead-centre ignition [Br.]Totpunktzündung {f}
dead-centre position [Br.] Totlagenstellung {f}
dead-centre position [Br.] Totpunkt {m} [bei Hubbewegung]
dead-centre position [Br.] Totpunktlage {f}
dead-colouring [Br.]Grundierung {f}
dead-dog town [coll.] [pej.] (hinterstes) Provinznest {n} [ugs.] [pej.]
dead-end [attr.]ohne Ausweg [nachgestellt]
dead-end [attr.] [having no exit] ohne Ausgang [nachgestellt]
dead-end [esp. fig.] ausweglos [bes. fig.]
dead-end argument [coll.]Totschlagargument {n} [ugs.]
dead-end host Fehlendwirt {m}
dead-end host Blindwirt {m}
dead-end job Beruf {m} ohne Zukunft
dead-end jobStellung {f} ohne Aufstiegsmöglichkeiten
dead-end kid verwahrlostes Kind {n}
dead-end policyausweglose Politik {f}
dead-end process Dead-End-Prozess {m}
dead-end recessStauboden {m}
dead-end roadSackgasse {f}
dead-end siding stillgelegtes Nebengleis {n}
dead-end situation völlig verfahrene Situation {f}
dead-end streetSackgasse {f}
dead-end tower Abspannmast {m} [Freileitungsmast]
dead-end track stillgelegtes Gleis {n}
dead-end track totes Gleis {n} [mit Prellbock]
dead-end track Stumpfgleis {n}
dead-end village Dorf {n} am Ende der Welt
dead-ender Fanatiker {m}
deadened gedämpft
deadened abgetötet
deadener Dämpfer {m}
deadenerSchalldämpfstoff {m}
deadening abtötend
deadening Mattierung {f}
deadening [of feelings, sympathy, etc.] Abstumpfung {f}
deader toter
deader [sl.] [deceased person] Toter {m}
deadeyeJungfer {f} [Schifffahrt]
Deadeye Dick [Kurt Vonnegut] Zielwasser
deadfall [Am.] [fallen tree] umgefallener Baum {m}
deadfall [Am.] [fallen tree]Baumsturz {m}
deadfall [Am.] [tangled mass of fallen trees and brush]Windbruch {m}
deadfall trapTotfalle {f}
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