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 Übersetzung für 'dimples' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a dimple | dimples
VERB   to dimple | dimpled | dimpled
dimpling | dimples
sth. dimplesetw. kräuselt
10
Substantive
dimplesGrübchen {pl}
237
electr.
dimples
Kontaktnoppen {pl}
12
electr.
dimples
Schirmfiederung {f}
8
2 Wörter
anat.
butt dimples {pl} [Fossae lumbales laterales]
Lendenraute {f}
3 Wörter
anat.
(lower) back dimples {pl} [Fossae lumbales laterales]
Lendenraute {f}
anat.
dimples {pl} of Venus [Fossae lumbales laterales]
Michaelis-Raute {f}
anat.
dimples {pl} of Venus [Fossae lumbales laterales]
Michaelissche Raute {f} [alt]
anat.
dimples {pl} of Venus [symmetrical indentations on a woman's back]
Lendenraute {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Tensile loading results in equiaxed dimples, which are spherical depressions a few micrometres in diameter that coalesce normal to the loading axis.
  • leptoprosopic (long and narrow) faces have long and narrow dimples, and eryprosopic (short and broad) faces have short, circular dimples.
  • Sacral dimples were selected for one study by the ICD9CM code of 685.1.
  • However, they usually work best with their own balls, bowling machine balls which are made of hard plastic, and are covered in dimples.
  • The dimples of Venus (also known as back dimples, Duffy Dimples, butt dimples or Veneral dimples) are sagittally symmetrical indentations sometimes visible on the human lower back, just superior to the gluteal cleft.

  • The entrance was marked by a large menhir, decorated with dimples, which is now lying on the ground.
  • They are of a special shape specific to the Palatinate wine region and are known as the "Dubbeglas", widening from bottom to top and featuring indentations or large dimples ("Dubbe") that give the glass its name.
  • Medical research debates whether cheek dimples can be inherited or which type of allele they are, but it is certain that humans with cheek dimples are more likely to have them in both cheeks.
  • Some such clamps feature dimples intended to provide a spring effect when the diameter of the hose or tube contracts or expands due to thermal or mechanical effects.
  • Three years after Titleist's initial breakthrough with the Pro V1 came the Pro V1x, a ball with 60 fewer dimples.

  • This symmetry is the result of a dispute that stemmed from the Polara, a ball sold in the late 1970s that had six rows of normal dimples on its equator but very shallow dimples elsewhere.
  • Before the 18th century, the small dimples on the outside of a thimble were made by hand punching, but in the middle of that century, a machine was invented to do the job.
  • As of 2012, researchers at the University of California, Santa Cruz, Hewlett-Packard Laboratories and 3M had created the first type of this kind of paper, using a hexagonal lattice of millimeter-sized dimples.
  • Say syndrome is a condition characterized by bilateral acromial dimples.
  • 334 = 2 × 167, nontotient. number of partitions of 41 into prime parts. Also the number of dimples on an American golf ball.

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