Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: scuttle

Eimer {m}Maskulinum (der) (Kohleneimer)
flacher Korb {m}Maskulinum (der)
breiter Korb {m}Maskulinum (der)
Korb {m}Maskulinum (der) (breit und flach)
Korb {m}Maskulinum (der) (Kohlenkorb)
Schnauz ({m}Maskulinum (der)) (Handlanger von Kater Karlo [Comicfigur von Walt Disney])


Going forward to the forecastle, we found the slide of the scuttle open.
“All night a wide-awake watch was kept by all the officers, forward and aft, especially about the forecastle scuttle and fore hatchway; at which last place it was feared the insurgents might emerge, after breaking through the bulkhead below.
In a few minutes the scuttle was opened, and, bound hand and foot, the still struggling ringleader was shoved up into the air by his perfidious allies, who at once claimed the honor of securing a man who had been fully ripe for murder.
Why, diving after the slowly descending head, Queequeg with his keen sword had made side lunges near its bottom, so as to scuttle a large hole there; then dropping his sword, had thrust his long arm far inwards and upwards, and so hauled out poor Tash by the head.
Nor, at any time, by night or day could the mariners now step upon the deck, unless Ahab was before them; either standing in his pivot-hole, or exactly pacing the planks between two undeviating limits,—the main-mast and the mizen; or else they saw him standing in the cabin-scuttle,—his living foot advanced upon the deck, as if to step; his hat slouched heavily over his eyes; so that however motionless he stood, however the days and nights were added on, that he had not swung in his hammock; yet hidden beneath that slouching hat, they could never tell unerringly whether, for all this, his eyes were really closed at times; or whether he was still intently scanning them; no matter, though he stood so in the scuttle for a whole hour on the stretch, and the unheeded night-damp gathered in beads of dew upon that stone-carved coat and hat.
That night, in the mid-watch, when the old man—as his wont at intervals—stepped forth from the scuttle in which he leaned, and went to his pivot-hole, he suddenly thrust out his face fiercely, snuffing up the sea air as a sagacious ship’s dog will, in drawing nigh to some barbarous isle.
There was a garret above, pierced with a scuttle over his head; and down through this scuttle came a cat, suspended around the haunches by a string; she had a rag tied about her head and jaws to keep her from mewing; as she slowly descended she curved upward and clawed at the string, she swung downward and clawed at the intangible air.
The twins scuttle off in the dark.
Instead of a scuttle or a blind blown off in the gale—a pine tree snapped off or torn up by the roots behind your house for fuel.
I open my scuttle at night and see the far-sprinkled systems, And all I see multiplied as high as I can cipher edge but the rim of the farther systems.

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flacher Korb {m} scuttle
breiter Korb {m} scuttle
Bullauge {n} [-special_topic_naut.-] side scuttle [-special_topic_naut.-]
Korb {m} (breit und flach) scuttle
Lüftungsblech {n} (am Auto) scuttle (Br.)
Korb {m} (Kohlenkorb) scuttle
ruinieren to scuttle
Kohlenkorb {m} coal scuttle
Eimer {m} (Kohleneimer) scuttle
jdn. in den Arsch ficken [derb., vulg.] to back-scuttle sb. [esp. Am.] [vulg.]