Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: lookout

Aussehen {n}Neutrum (das)
Spanner {m}Maskulinum (der) [sl.] (Aufpasser, Schmiere stehende Person)
Ausguck {m}Maskulinum (der) [naut.]
Korb {m}Maskulinum (der) [naut., ugs.] (Ausguck)
Mastkorb {m}Maskulinum (der) [naut., ugs.] (Ausguck)
Wache {f}Femininum (die) (Beobachtungsposten, Aufpasser)


Bespielsätze

No one to work for, and yet obliged to be always on the lookout for chances.
At any rate, it was there, and I was keenly on the lookout for any chance to pass the forbidden door.
We shall be on the lookout for you, and shall let you in.”
It will be a bad lookout for the Count if the edge of that “Kukri” ever touches his throat, driven by that stern, ice-cold hand!
An’ if he didn’t, well, we’d keep a sharp lookout anyhow.
Well, I couldn’t stay up there forever; so at last I got down, but I kept in the thick woods and on the lookout all the time.
There was a considerable good deal of talk all the afternoon, and me and Tom was on the lookout all the time; but it warn’t no use, they didn’t happen to say nothing about any runaway nigger, and we was afraid to try to work up to it.
This superintendent was a slim creature of thirty-five, with a sandy goatee and short sandy hair; he wore a stiff standing-collar whose upper edge almost reached his ears and whose sharp points curved forward abreast the corners of his mouth—a fence that compelled a straight lookout ahead, and a turning of the whole body when a side view was required; his chin was propped on a spreading cravat which was as broad and as long as a bank-note, and had fringed ends; his boot toes were turned sharply up, in the fashion of the day, like sleigh-runners—an effect patiently and laboriously produced by the young men by sitting with their toes pressed against a wall for hours together.
They resolved to keep a lookout for that Spaniard when he should come to town spying out for chances to do his revengeful job, and follow him to “Number Two,” wherever that might be.
And mind you, keep a lookout for Injun Joe, because he said he was going to drop into town and spy around once more for a chance to get his revenge.


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Deutsch Englisch
Korb {m} [naut., ugs.] (Ausguck) lookout
Aussehen {n} lookout
Mastkorb {m} [naut., ugs.] (Ausguck) lookout
Schmiere stehen to keep a lookout
Aussichtsturm {m} lookout tower
Spanner {m} [sl.] (Aufpasser, Schmiere stehende Person) lookout
Wache {f} (Beobachtungsposten, Aufpasser) lookout
Angelegenheit {f} lookout [coll.]
Ausguck {m} [naut.] lookout
Bugausguck {m} [naut.] bow lookout