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Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: belt

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Band {n}Neutrum (das) (Förderband) (conveyor) belt
Gurt {m}Maskulinum (der) (Gürtel, Leibriemen) belt
Gürtel {m}Maskulinum (der) belt
Gürtel {m}Maskulinum (der) (radial) belt (radial)
Tiefschlag {m}Maskulinum (der) belt
Treibriemen {m}Maskulinum (der) belt
Zone {f}Femininum (die) [geogr., ökol.] (Erdgürtel) belt
Schlag {m}Maskulinum (der) (mit der Faust oder der flachen Hand) belt [coll.]
Riemen {m}Maskulinum (der) (gurtartig) belt
Riemen {m}Maskulinum (der) [tech.] (Treibriemen) (driving) belt
Band {n}Neutrum (das) (Montageband) (assembly) belt
Band {n}Neutrum (das) (Förder-, Transportband) belt
Band {n}Neutrum (das) (Gurt, Riemen) belt
Band {n}Neutrum (das) (Schleifband) belt
Ring {m}Maskulinum (der) (Rettungsring) (life) belt
Leibriemen {m}Maskulinum (der) [veraltet] (Gürtel) belt
Bank {f}Femininum (die) [meteo.] (Nebelbank) belt
Gurt {m}Maskulinum (der) (Sicherheitsgurt am Fahrer-, Piloten- oder Passagiersitz) (seat) belt
Gurt {m}Maskulinum (der) [tech.] (Fördergurt) belt
Gurt {m}Maskulinum (der) [Waffentechnik] (Munitionsgurt) belt
Koppel {n}Neutrum (das) (österr. {f}) (Gürtel [bes. zur Uniform]) belt
Koppel {n}Neutrum (das) (österr. {f}) (für Blankwaffen, Pistolen, Revolver, Werkzeug etc.) belt
Zone {f}Femininum (die) [elektr.] (einer Wicklung) belt
Binde {f}Femininum (die) [med.] (Leibbinde [nach einer Operation oder Geburt]) belt [Am.]
(automatischer) Gurtbringer {m}Maskulinum (der) belt hand-over
Bandförderer {m}Maskulinum (der) belt conveyor
Bandschleifer {m}Maskulinum (der) belt sander
Bandschleifmaschine {f}Femininum (die) belt sander
Bauchtasche {f}Femininum (die) belt bag
Gürtelgeschoss {n}Neutrum (das) belt ball
Gürtelschnalle {f}Femininum (die) belt loop
Gürteltasche {f}Femininum (die) belt bag
Gurtfüller {m}Maskulinum (der) (Waffentechnik) belt loading machine
Gurtstraffer {m}Maskulinum (der) [tech.] belt tensioner {s} [coll.]
Gurtstrammer {m}Maskulinum (der) [tech.] belt tensioner {s} [coll.]
Gurttrommel {f}Femininum (die) [Waffentechnik] (für Munitionsgurt) belt drum
Gurtzuführer {f}Femininum (die) [mil.-tech.] (an Maschinengewehr oder Maschinenkanone) belt feed
Gurtzuführer {m}Maskulinum (der) (Waffentechnik) belt feed
Gurtzuführung {f}Femininum (die) [mil.-tech.] (an Maschinengewehr oder Maschinenkanone) belt feed
Gurtzuführungseinheit {f}Femininum (die) (Waffentechnik) belt feed unit
halt's Maul! [derb] (sag nichts!) belt up! [Br.] [coll.]
Kettendrucker {m}Maskulinum (der) belt printer
Koppelschloss {n}Neutrum (das) belt buckle
Ringstraße {f}Femininum (die) belt highway (Am.)American English


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As a duck with its eyelids, so he with his nose Trims his belt and his buttons, and turns out his toes.’
On the Hatherley side of the pool the woods grew very thick, and there was a narrow belt of sodden grass twenty paces across between the edge of the trees and the reeds which lined the lake.
We had driven several miles, and were beginning to get to the fringe of the belt of suburban villas, when he shook himself, shrugged his shoulders, and lit up his pipe with the air of a man who has satisfied himself that he is acting for the best.
As I got through the belt of trees I saw a white figure scale the high wall which separates our grounds from those of the deserted house.
He was laughing with his red mouth; the sharp white teeth glinted in the moonlight when he turned to look back over the belt of trees, to where the dogs were barking.
Quincey Morris tightened his belt with that quick movement which I knew so well; in our old wandering days it meant “action.”
Sometimes a belt of land a quarter of a mile deep will start in and cave along and cave along till it all caves into the river in one summer.
They first caught crabs and quohogs in the sand; grown bolder, they waded out with nets for mackerel; more experienced, they pushed off in boats and captured cod; and at last, launching a navy of great ships on the sea, explored this watery world; put an incessant belt of circumnavigations round it; peeped in at Behring’s Straits; and in all seasons and all oceans declared everlasting war with the mightiest animated mass that has survived the flood; most monstrous and most mountainous!
Though in many natural objects, whiteness refiningly enhances beauty, as if imparting some special virtue of its own, as in marbles, japonicas, and pearls; and though various nations have in some way recognised a certain royal preeminence in this hue; even the barbaric, grand old kings of Pegu placing the title “Lord of the White Elephants” above all their other magniloquent ascriptions of dominion; and the modern kings of Siam unfurling the same snow-white quadruped in the royal standard; and the Hanoverian flag bearing the one figure of a snow-white charger; and the great Austrian Empire, Cæsarian, heir to overlording Rome, having for the imperial colour the same imperial hue; and though this pre-eminence in it applies to the human race itself, giving the white man ideal mastership over every dusky tribe; and though, besides, all this, whiteness has been even made significant of gladness, for among the Romans a white stone marked a joyful day; and though in other mortal sympathies and symbolizings, this same hue is made the emblem of many touching, noble things—the innocence of brides, the benignity of age; though among the Red Men of America the giving of the white belt of wampum was the deepest pledge of honor; though in many climes, whiteness typifies the majesty of Justice in the ermine of the Judge, and contributes to the daily state of kings and queens drawn by milk-white steeds; though even in the higher mysteries of the most august religions it has been made the symbol of the divine spotlessness and power; by the Persian fire worshippers, the white forked flame being held the holiest on the altar; and in the Greek mythologies, Great Jove himself being made incarnate in a snow-white bull; and though to the noble Iroquois, the midwinter sacrifice of the sacred White Dog was by far the holiest festival of their theology, that spotless, faithful creature being held the purest envoy they could send to the Great Spirit with the annual tidings of their own fidelity; and though directly from the Latin word for white, all Christian priests derive the name of one part of their sacred vesture, the alb or tunic, worn beneath the cassock; and though among the holy pomps of the Romish faith, white is specially employed in the celebration of the Passion of our Lord; though in the Vision of St. John, white robes are given to the redeemed, and the four-and-twenty elders stand clothed in white before the great white throne, and the Holy One that sitteth there white like wool; yet for all these accumulated associations, with whatever is sweet, and honorable, and sublime, there yet lurks an elusive something in the innermost idea of this hue, which strikes more of panic to the soul than that redness which affrights in blood.
And at the zenith of his fame, how he would suddenly appear at the old village and stalk into church, brown and weather-beaten, in his black velvet doublet and trunks, his great jack-boots, his crimson sash, his belt bristling with horse-pistols, his crime-rusted cutlass at his side, his slouch hat with waving plumes, his black flag unfurled, with the skull and crossbones on it, and hear with swelling ecstasy the whisperings, “It’s Tom Sawyer the Pirate!


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