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Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: tropical

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tropisch tropical
Tropen... tropical ...
Tropenanzug {m}Maskulinum (der) tropical suit
Tropenhemd {n}Neutrum (das) tropical shirt
Tropenhut {m}Maskulinum (der) tropical hat
Tropenrock {m}Maskulinum (der) [hist., mil.] tropical tunic
Tropensturm {m}Maskulinum (der) [meteo.] tropical storm
Tropenuniform {f}Femininum (die) tropical uniform
Tropenwolle {f}Femininum (die) tropical wool
tropische Regenfälle {pl}Plural (die) [meteo.] tropical rains
Tropenholz {n}Neutrum (das) (Bauholz) tropical timber
Tropenmedizin {f}Femininum (die) [med.] tropical medicine
Tropenkrankheit {f}Femininum (die) [med.] tropical disease
Tropengürtel {m}Maskulinum (der) [geogr., meteo.] tropical belt
Tropenfieber {n}Neutrum (das) [med.] tropical fever
Tropenklima {n}Neutrum (das) tropical climate
Tropenkoller {m}Maskulinum (der) [psych., ugs.] tropical frenzy
Tropenpflanze {f}Femininum (die) tropical plant
Tropenwald {m}Maskulinum (der) [geogr., ökol.] tropical forest
tropisches Jahr {n}Neutrum (das) [astron.] tropical year
Tropenfrucht {f}Femininum (die) [bot.] tropical fruit
Tropenökologie {f}Femininum (die) [bot., zool., ökol.] tropical ecology


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To be sure, it might be nothing but a good coat of tropical tanning; but I never heard of a hot sun’s tanning a white man into a purplish yellow one.
And how nobly it raises our conceit of the mighty, misty monster, to behold him solemnly sailing through a calm tropical sea; his vast, mild head overhung by a canopy of vapor, engendered by his incommunicable contemplations, and that vapor—as you will sometimes see it—glorified by a rainbow, as if Heaven itself had put its seal upon his thoughts.
Now, from the South and West the Pequod was drawing nigh to Formosa and the Bashee Isles, between which lies one of the tropical outlets from the China waters into the Pacific.
And thus, through the serene tranquillities of the tropical sea, among waves whose hand-clappings were suspended by exceeding rapture, Moby Dick moved on, still withholding from sight the full terrors of his submerged trunk, entirely hiding the wrenched hideousness of his jaw.
A move had to be made because that merry old soul, the grasswidower in question who appeared to be glued to the spot, didn’t appear in any particular hurry to wend his way home to his dearly beloved Queenstown and it was highly likely some sponger’s bawdyhouse of retired beauties where age was no bar off Sheriff street lower would be the best clue to that equivocal character’s whereabouts for a few days to come, alternately racking their feelings (the mermaids’) with sixchamber revolver anecdotes verging on the tropical calculated to freeze the marrow of anybody’s bones and mauling their largesized charms betweenwhiles with rough and tumble gusto to the accompaniment of large potations of potheen and the usual blarney about himself for as to who he in reality was let x equal my right name and address, as Mr Algebra remarks passim.
As addenda, a tennis and fives court, a shrubbery, a glass summerhouse with tropical palms, equipped in the best botanical manner, a rockery with waterspray, a beehive arranged on humane principles, oval flowerbeds in rectangular grassplots set with eccentric ellipses of scarlet and chrome tulips, blue scillas, crocuses, polyanthus, sweet William, sweet pea, lily of the valley (bulbs obtainable from sir James W. Mackey (Limited) wholesale and retail seed and bulb merchants and nurserymen, agents for chemical manures, 23 Sackville street, upper), an orchard, kitchen garden and vinery, protected against illegal trespassers by glasstopped mural enclosures, a lumbershed with padlock for various inventoried implements.
It seemed to me that, should he become the possessor of Mr. Oliver’s large fortune, he might do as much good with it as if he went and laid his genius out to wither, and his strength to waste, under a tropical sun.
Once when various tropical diseases had laid low almost every ‘agent’ in the station, he was heard to say, ‘Men who come out here should have no entrails.’
The sight of so many good-humoured faces (especially the blacks), the taste of the tropical fruits, and above all the lights that began to shine in the town made a most charming contrast to our dark and bloody sojourn on the island; and the doctor and the squire, taking me along with them, went ashore to pass the early part of the night.
There is something tropical and exotic about her which forms a singular contrast to her cool and unemotional brother.


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