Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: peel

Schale {f}Femininum (die) (abgeschälte Frucht-, Gemüse-, Kartoffelschale)
Schieber {m}Maskulinum (der) (Brotschieber)
Pelle {f}Femininum (die) (dünne [Kartoffel- etc.] Schale)
Obstschale {f}Femininum (die) (abgeschälte Fruchthülle)
(dünne) Obstschale {f}Femininum (die) [bot.] (Fruchthülle)
(dünne) Schale {f}Femininum (die) [bot.] (Fruchthülle)


Bespielsätze

Two strong people - he had his father and the maid in mind - would have been more than enough; they would only have to push their arms under the dome of his back, peel him away from the bed, bend down with the load and then be patient and careful as he swang over onto the floor, where, hopefully, the little legs would find a use.
One winter’s day the wife stood under the tree to peel some apples, and as she was peeling them, she cut her finger, and the blood fell on the snow.
While he waited in Temple bar M’Coy dodged a banana peel with gentle pushes of his toe from the path to the gutter.
Come and I’ll peel off.
Maybe you don't count it nothing to have a real college doctor to see you every day—you, John, with your head broke—or you, George Merry, that had the ague shakes upon you not six hours agone, and has your eyes the colour of lemon peel to this same moment on the clock?
I searched Atman, I searched Brahman, I was willing to dissect my self and peel off all of its layers, to find the core of all peels in its unknown interior, the Atman, life, the divine part, the ultimate part.
Before he had found a stock in all respects suitable the city of Kouroo was a hoary ruin, and he sat on one of its mounds to peel the stick.
As Sir Robert Peel [572] and Mr. Webster [573] vote, so Locke [574] and Rousseau [575] think for thousands; and so there were foundations all around Homer, [576] Menu, [577] Saada, [578] or Milton, [579] from which they drew; friends, lovers, books, traditions, proverbs,—all perished,—which, if seen, would go to reduce the wonder.
With a pretty absence of ceremony they began to eat the fruit with their hands, flinging peel and stalks, and so forth, into the round openings in the sides of the tables.
If to a little child or to his cook were revealed what he saw, it or she would have been able to peel the wrappings off what was seen.


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Deutsch Englisch
abblättern to peel off
schälen to peel
Orangenschaleneffekt {m} (beim Lackieren) orange peel effect
Pelle {f} (dünne [Kartoffel- etc.] Schale) peel
Brotschieber {m} baker's peel
Abrollversuch {m} peel test
sich (vor jdm.) entblättern (euphem.) (sich [langsam] ausziehen) to peel one's clothes off (in front of sb.)
Apfelsinenschaleneffekt {m} (beim Lackieren) orange peel effect
Pleuraschwarte {f} [anat.] pleural peel
Sukkade {f} [gastr.] candied peel