⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'D Day' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   D-Day | D-Days
day <d>
Tag {m} <d>
2 Wörter
D-DayStichtag {m}
Tag X {m}
D-Day [6 June 1944: day of the Allied landing in Normandy]
D-Day {m}
D-Day [Decision Day]
Tag {m} der Entscheidung [D-Day]
Decimal day <D-day>
[15. Feb. 1971, Tag der Währungs­umstellung in GB]
3 Wörter
every other day {adv} <q.o.d., qod, QOD>
jeden 2. Tag
once a day {adv} <q.d.> <qd> [quaque die]
(1x) täglich
twice a day {adv} <b.i.d., BID> [bis in die]
2-mal täglich
twice a day {adv} <b.i.d., BID> [bis in die]
zweimal täglich
4 Wörter
four times a day {adv} <q.i.d., qid> [quater in die]
4-mal täglich
three times a day {adv} <t.i.d., tid> [ter in die]
3-mal täglich
three times a day {adv} <t.i.d., tid> [ter in die]
dreimal pro Tag <3x/Tag>
5+ Wörter
I'd like to have a day doing nothing.Ich möchte mal wieder einen Tag vergammeln.
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • the North African theater, and later with its entry into the European theater in 1944 after the D-Day landing.
  • Though plagued with technical difficulties during the Battle of Normandy, the pipelines delivered about 8% of the fuel requirements of the allied forces between D-Day and VE-Day.
  • It was first deployed by the Royal Navy during World War II for the vital task of clearing the minefields to enable the D-Day landings.
  • He planned and supervised the invasion of North Africa in Operation Torch in 1942–1943 as well as the invasion of Normandy (D-Day) from the Western Front in 1944–1945.
  • They were allocated to the initial beachhead assaults by the British and Commonwealth forces in the D-Day landings.
  • An improved Colossus Mark 2 that used shift registers to quintuple the processing speed, first worked on 1 June 1944, just in time for the Normandy landings on D-Day.
  • It was used to harbour men evacuated from Dunkirk and later to house troops for the D-Day landings.
  • During World War II, Berra served in the Navy as machine gunner participating in the D-Day invasion and earned a Purple Heart, a Distinguished Unit Citation, two battle stars and a European Theatre of Operations ribbon.
  • Golding participated in the invasion of Normandy on D-Day, commanding a landing craft that fired salvoes of rockets onto the beaches.
  • Montgomery bitterly resented this change, although it had been agreed before the D-Day invasion.
  • On D-day, the 7th Marines had a situation where they did not have the men to man the lines and get the wounded to safety.
  • See also Normandy landings for more information about sabotage on D-Day.
  • Prior to the Normandy landings on D-Day in June 1944, the Allies knew the locations of all but two of Germany's fifty-eight Western Front divisions.
  • To support the Allied invasion of France on D Day in June 1944, SOE and OSS supplemented their agents by air-dropping three-man parties of uniformed military personnel into France as part of Operation Jedburgh.
  • A limited edition two-VHS version was released in November 1999, adding a making-of documentary, as well as a message from Spielberg about D-Day and the National D-Day Museum.
  • When the Allied breakout after D-Day found their armies stretching their supply lines to a dangerous point, the makeshift solution was the Red Ball Express.
  • 1939-1945—one of main East Coast minesweeping and destroyer bases, at one period base for British and French submarines; assembled fleets for Dutch and Dunkirk evacuations and follow-up to D-Day; unusually, a target for Italian bombers during the Battle of Britain.
  • On 11 November 2019, five SD70ACU units with commemorative military themes were unveiled during CPR's Remembrance Day ceremony.
  • three days after D-day [...] Garbo sent a message to German intelligence that was passed to Adolf Hitler and the [...] (OKW; German High Command).
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