Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: Chalk

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Kalk {m}Maskulinum (der) chalk
Kreide {f}Femininum (die) chalk
Kreideschicht {f}Femininum (die) [geol.] chalk bed
Kalkschicht {f}Femininum (die) [geol.] chalk bed
Kreidefelsen {m}Maskulinum (der) chalk cliff
Kreidefels {m}Maskulinum (der) chalk cliff
Tonkreide {f}Femininum (die) [geol.] chalk containing clay
Kreidezeichnung {f}Femininum (die) chalk drawing
Chalk Farm ({n}) [geogr.] (ein Stadtteil von London im Bezirk Camden) Chalk Farm
Zehnblättrige Mentzelie {f}Femininum (die) [bot.] chalk lily {s} (Mentzelia decapetala)
Schnurschlaggerät {n}Neutrum (das) chalk line
Kreidereliefpapier {n}Neutrum (das) chalk overlay paper
Kreidezurichtepapier {n}Neutrum (das) chalk overlay paper
Kreidepulver {n}Neutrum (das) chalk powder
Gichtknoten {m}Maskulinum (der) [med.] chalk stone
Gichtknoten {pl}Plural (die) [med.] chalk stones
ein Pluspunkt für ihn chalk up one for him


Beispielsätze

“That clay and chalk mixture which I see upon your toe caps is quite distinctive.”
Thus it was that Charles, King of France, was allowed to seize Italy with chalk in hand;(*) and he who told us that our sins were the cause of it told the truth, but they were not the sins he imagined, but those which I have related.
(*) "With chalk in hand," "col gesso."
This is one of the bons mots of Alexander VI, and refers to the ease with which Charles VIII seized Italy, implying that it was only necessary for him to send his quartermasters to chalk up the billets for his soldiers to conquer the country.
He passed the whole length of Italy without resistance: so that it was true what Pope Alexander was wont to say: That the Frenchmen came into Italy with chalk in their hands, to mark up their lodgings, rather than with swords to fight."
The little narrow, crooked town of Dover hid itself away from the beach, and ran its head into the chalk cliffs, like a marine ostrich.
Shut the door and blindfold the doctor tight and fast, and make him swear to be silent as the grave, and put a purse full of gold in his hand, and then take and lead him all around the back alleys and everywheres in the dark, and then fetch him here in the canoe, in a roundabout way amongst the islands, and search him and take his chalk away from him, and don’t give it back to him till you get him back to the village, or else he will chalk this raft so he can find it again.
Then, with the water running off him, he got into an old smock and skirt that had belonged to his grandmother and bought a grammar of the bulls’ language to study but he could never learn a word of it except the first personal pronoun which he copied out big and got off by heart and if ever he went out for a walk he filled his pockets with chalk to write it upon what took his fancy, the side of a rock or a teahouse table or a bale of cotton or a corkfloat.
(He gazes ahead, reading on the wall a scrawled chalk legend Wet Dream and a phallic design.)
Whale with a harpoon hairpin, alligator tickle the small of his back and he sees the joke, chalk a circle for a rooster, tiger my eagle eye.


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Chalk Farm ({n}) [geogr.] (ein Stadtteil von London im Bezirk Camden) Chalk Farm
Kliffkreide {f}Femininum (die) [geol.] cliff chalk
Schneiderkreide {f}Femininum (die) French chalk
Kreidefels {m}Maskulinum (der) chalk cliff
Kreidezurichtepapier {n}Neutrum (das) chalk overlay paper
Gichtknoten {pl}Plural (die) [med.] chalk stones
Schlämmkreide {f}Femininum (die) precipitated chalk
Tafelkreide {f}Femininum (die) (Kreide für Schultafeln) blackboard chalk
bunte Kreide {f}Femininum (die) colored chalk {s} [esp. Am.]
orange Kreide {f}Femininum (die) orange chalk