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 Übersetzung für 'ax' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   an ax | axes
VERB   to ax | axed | axed
axing | axes
SYNO to ax | to axe
to ax sth. [Am.]etw. streichen [kürzen, abschaffen]
599
to ax [Am.]mit der Axt niederschlagen
Substantive
tools
ax [Am.]
Axt {f}
255
mus.
ax [Am.] [coll.] [electric guitar]
Brett {n} [ugs.] [E-Gitarre]
20
biochem.
arabinoxylan <AX>
Arabinoxylan {n}
automot.sports
autocross <AX>
Autocross {n} <AX>
2 Wörter
mus.
A double sharp <Ax>
Aisis {n}
tools
ax blade [Am.]
Beilklinge {f}
sports
ax throwing [Am.]
Axtwerfen {n}
weapons
battle ax [Am.]
Streitaxt {f}
toolsweapons
double ax [Am.]
Doppelaxt {f}
executioner's ax [Am.]Henkersbeil {n}
archaeo.tools
hand ax [Am.]
Faustkeil {m}
climbing
ice ax [Am.] [hiking and climbing tool used by mountaineers]
Eispickel {m} [Bergsteiger-Ausrüstungs­gegenstand im Alpinismus auf Hochtouren]
geogr.
Åland Islands <.ax>
Ålandinseln {pl}
3 Wörter
RadioTV
to ax a show [Am.] [television]
eine Fernsehserie absetzen
jobs
to get the ax [Am.] [idiom]
entlassen werden
5+ Wörter
idiom
to have an ax to grind [Am.] [fig.] [to have private ends to serve]
sein eigenes Süppchen kochen [fig.] [hier: eigennützige Zwecke verfolgen]
to have an ax to grind with sb. [Am.] [idiom] mit jdm. ein Hühnchen zu rupfen haben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
idiom
to have no ax to grind [Am.] [fig.]
kein persönliches Interesse haben
Fiktion (Literatur und Film)
lit.F
The Ax [Donald E Westlake]
Der Freisteller
21 Übersetzungen
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Each year, the schools play for "The Battle of the Ax" in which an engraved ax is awarded to the winner.
  • When a Tlingit references their mind or feelings, he always discusses this in terms of "ax̲ toowú", "my mind".
  • One hypothesis for the name "Ismail-Ax" is that it could be a reference to Drum Hadley's poem "The Goat Ranchers" which talk about "Ishmael's Ax".
  • Upon discovering Erik's corpse, Lamb Mask throws her through the window and kills her by driving an ax into the side of her head.
  • Legend has it that he "borrowed" his bother's double-bladed ax one day.

  • "ax" + "by" + "cz" = 1 gives a polyhedron with 48 faces, e.g. the disdyakis dodecahedron.
  • A battle axe (also battle-axe, battle ax, or battle-ax) is an axe specifically designed for combat.
  • The meaning of the word Tabarbour is "wasteland which the ax cannot penetrate."
  • James recalled Woodruff as a hardline disciplinarian who had a saying: kill a mosquito with an ax, but go sharpen the ax first.
  • Then he tries to chop it with an ax, and the ax flies up and splits the room in half.

  • The "Golden Ax" is used as a symbol given only to an elite of members known as "hachados" (ax holders) and this honor could only be given and taken away by the World Command.
  • The Peugeot 106 (launched in 1991) and Citroën Saxo were both developments of the AX.
  • Ax Handle Saturday, also known as the Jacksonville riot of 1960, was a racially motivated attack that took place in Hemming Park (now known as James Weldon Johnson Park or JWJ Park) in Jacksonville, Florida, on August 27, 1960.
  • The Arabic word "Barzakh" is derived from the Middle Persian "Barzag", "barrier, partition", which in turn can be traced back to the Parthian combination "burz+ax(v)" ("high existence"), similar to the Persian word for hell, "dūzakh" < "dūž+ax(v)" ("evil existence").
  • Find a rational number between "b"x and "ax", say "p/q" such that "bx > p/q > ax".

  • Stone axes are traditional tribal traditional weapons in Papua and West Papua.
  • At ITU WARC2003 the radio amateur station callsign specification was amended so that the earlier maximum length of six characters was raised to seven characters.
  • The word "ask" has the nonstandard variant "ax" pronounced [...]; the spelling "ask" is found in Shakespeare and in the King James Bible and "ax" in Chaucer, Caxton, and the Coverdale Bible.
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