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 Übersetzung für 'C pillar' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a C-pillar | C-pillars
automot.
C-pillar
C-Säule {f}
Teiltreffer
jobstech.
chief constructor <c.c., C.C.>
Chefkonstrukteur {m}
cost, insurance, freight, commission <cifc, c.i.f.c.> Kosten, Versicherung, Fracht und Provision inbegriffen
unit
counts per second <c/s, c/sec, cps>
Impulse {pl} pro Sekunde <Ips, Imp./Sek.>
unit
counts per minute <c/m, c/min, cpm>
Impulse {pl} pro Minute <Ipm, Imp./Min.>
relig.
Sisters of Christian Charity <SCC, S.C.C.>
Schwestern {pl} der Christlichen Liebe
unit
cycles per second <cps, c/sec, c/s>
Zyklen {pl} pro Sekunde <cps, c/sec, c/s>
mus.
bass C <c0, c> [also: tenor C]
kleines C {n} <c0, c>
mil.
commander-in-chief <C.-in-C., C in C>
Oberbefehlshaber {m}
math.
set of complex numbers <ℂ, C>
Menge {f} der komplexen Zahlen <ℂ, C>
phys.
charm quark <c quark, c>
Charm-Quark {n} <c-Quark, c>
mus.
double top C <c4, c''''>
viergestrichenes C {n} <c4, c''''>
relig.
Church of England <C of E> <CE> <C.E.> <CofE> <COE>
[englische Staatskirche]
mus.
middle C <c1, c'>
eingestrichenes C {n} <c1, c'>
mus.
treble C <c2, c''>
zweigestrichenes C {n} <c2, c''>
mus.
top C <c3, c'''>
dreigestrichenes C {n} <c3, c'''>
mus.
C minor <c, Cm>
c-Moll {n} <c, Cm>
chem.
carbon fiber reinforced carbon matrix composites <C/C composites>
kohlenstofffaserverstärkte Kohlenstoffmatrixverbunde {pl}
per cent <%, p/c, pc., p.c.> [Br.]Prozent {n} <%>
math.
approximately finite dimensional C*-algebra <AF C*-algebra>
AF-C*-Algebra {f}
percent <%, p/c, pc., p.c.> [Am.]Prozent {n} <%>
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Übersetzung für 'C pillar' von Englisch nach Deutsch

C-pillar
C-Säule {f}automot.

chief constructor <c.c., C.C.>
Chefkonstrukteur {m}jobstech.
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cost, insurance, freight, commission <cifc, c.i.f.c.>
Kosten, Versicherung, Fracht und Provision inbegriffen
counts per second <c/s, c/sec, cps>
Impulse {pl} pro Sekunde <Ips, Imp./Sek.>unit
counts per minute <c/m, c/min, cpm>
Impulse {pl} pro Minute <Ipm, Imp./Min.>unit
Sisters of Christian Charity <SCC, S.C.C.>
Schwestern {pl} der Christlichen Lieberelig.
cycles per second <cps, c/sec, c/s>
Zyklen {pl} pro Sekunde <cps, c/sec, c/s>unit
bass C <c0, c> [also: tenor C]
kleines C {n} <c0, c>mus.
commander-in-chief <C.-in-C., C in C>
Oberbefehlshaber {m}mil.
set of complex numbers <ℂ, C>
Menge {f} der komplexen Zahlen <ℂ, C>math.
charm quark <c quark, c>
Charm-Quark {n} <c-Quark, c>phys.
double top C <c4, c''''>
viergestrichenes C {n} <c4, c''''>mus.
Church of England <C of E> <CE> <C.E.> <CofE> <COE>
[englische Staatskirche]relig.
middle C <c1, c'>
eingestrichenes C {n} <c1, c'>mus.
treble C <c2, c''>
zweigestrichenes C {n} <c2, c''>mus.
top C <c3, c'''>
dreigestrichenes C {n} <c3, c'''>mus.
C minor <c, Cm>
c-Moll {n} <c, Cm>mus.
carbon fiber reinforced carbon matrix composites <C/C composites>
kohlenstofffaserverstärkte Kohlenstoffmatrixverbunde {pl}chem.
per cent <%, p/c, pc., p.c.> [Br.]
Prozent {n} <%>
approximately finite dimensional C*-algebra <AF C*-algebra>
AF-C*-Algebra {f}math.
percent <%, p/c, pc., p.c.> [Am.]
Prozent {n} <%>
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • It had fastback styling similarities to the 1968 Ford Mustang, as seen in the film Bullitt, including C-pillar louvers and the vertical bar tail lights that are a signature Mustang styling cue and pay overall homages to the muscle-car era.
  • The design of the concept car improved visibility around the Gremlin's original wide C-pillar.
  • It featured a wide rear C-pillar with no rear quarter windows with painted roof or available with a vinyl-covered roof that came in black, white, parchment, or sage gold and included color-coordinated S-bars.
  • The five-door station wagon was marketed as the 300C Touring (not to be confused with the North American notchback sedan's "Touring" trim level), which shared its sheet metal aft of the C-pillar and wheel designs with the Dodge Magnum.
  • Boué had wanted the tail-lights to go all the way up from the bumper into the C-pillar, in the fashion of the much later Fiat Punto and Volvo 850 estate/wagon, but the lights remained at a more conventional level.

  • To distinguish the model line from the Montego MX Brougham, the Cougar was fitted with C-pillar opera windows.
  • wheelbase version is stretched between the front and rear doors (rather than at the C-pillar and at the rear doors).
  • The car was noted for its advanced aerodynamics and distinctive "teardrop" shape - mirroring the trend in the mid 1980s for swooping aerodynamic styling - with the front end styling taken directly from the Opel Tech 1 concept car of 1981, although some styling cues from the Kadett D were retained for continuity such as its 'Kamm tail' and oversized C-pillar extraction vent.
  • The new design was initially characterized by a large C-pillar, until 1975 when the rear window was enlarged.
  • The four-door featured suicide doors for rear-seat access and a very wide C-pillar that extended into the rear door window area.

  • Similarly, although the CN1 restyling eliminated anachronisms such as a kink upwards at the C-pillar and a rubber rear spoiler, it was not applied consistently.
  • The hardtop Sport Coupe got a new notchback roofline, replacing the "fastback" C-pillar from 1967 to 1968.
  • Model-specific design elements, including hidden headlamps (with body-color covers) and the Rolls-Royce-style grille distinguished the Mark III from the Thunderbird and Lincoln Continental &mdash; while borrowing the same roof structure and rear windows, retractable into the C pillar, from the two door Thunderbird.
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