Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: Zig-Zag

Zickzack {n}Neutrum (das)
Rache aus dem Knast (ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr 1970)


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So that Monsoons, Pampas, Nor’-Westers, Harmattans, Trades; any wind but the Levanter and Simoon, might blow Moby Dick into the devious zig-zag world-circle of the Pequod’s circumnavigating wake.
All the valley at my right hand was full of pasture-fields, and cornfields, and wood; and a glittering stream ran zig-zag through the varied shades of green, the mellowing grain, the sombre woodland, the clear and sunny lea.
The ellipsis is the zig-zag of the phrase.
Fortunately, Jean Valjean had left behind him the sewer of the markets whose geometrical plan presents the appearance of a multitude of parrots’ roosts piled on top of each other; but he had before him more than one embarrassing encounter and more than one street corner—for they are streets—presenting itself in the gloom like an interrogation point; first, on his left, the vast sewer of the Plâtrière, a sort of Chinese puzzle, thrusting out and entangling its chaos of Ts and Zs under the Post-Office and under the rotunda of the Wheat Market, as far as the Seine, where it terminates in a Y; secondly, on his right, the curving corridor of the Rue du Cadran with its three teeth, which are also blind courts; thirdly, on his left, the branch of the Mail, complicated, almost at its inception, with a sort of fork, and proceeding from zig-zag to zig-zag until it ends in the grand crypt of the outlet of the Louvre, truncated and ramified in every direction; and lastly, the blind alley of a passage of the Rue des Jeûneurs, without counting little ducts here and there, before reaching the belt sewer, which alone could conduct him to some issue sufficiently distant to be safe.
So the little impudent fellow would waste many an ear in a forenoon; till at last, seizing some longer and plumper one, considerably bigger than himself, and skilfully balancing it, he would set out with it to the woods, like a tiger with a buffalo, by the same zig-zag course and frequent pauses, scratching along with it as if it were too heavy for him and falling all the while, making its fall a diagonal between a perpendicular and horizontal, being determined to put it through at any rate;—a singularly frivolous and whimsical fellow;—and so he would get off with it to where he lived, perhaps carry it to the top of a pine tree forty or fifty rods distant, and I would afterwards find the cobs strewn about the woods in various directions.
The walls were prepared with a French paper of great delicacy, a silver ground, with a faint green cord running zig-zag throughout.


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Deutsch Englisch
zig-mal umpteen times
zig [ugs.] a bazillion [Am.] [sl.]
Zickzack {n} zig-zag
Zollstock {m} zig-zag folding rule [coll.]
Rache aus dem Knast (ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr 1970) Zig Zag
Rache aus dem Knast (ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr 1970) Zig-Zag
Zackenmusterschneidmaschine {f} zig-zag cutting machine
Zackenmusterschneidemaschine {f} zig-zag cutting machine