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 Übersetzung für 'external boom' von Englisch nach Deutsch
external boomAuslandskonjunktur {f}
Teiltreffer
to boomsteigen
189
ecol.
boom
Sperrbaum {m}
aviat.mil.
boom
Luftbetankungs­ausleger {m}
18
audio
to boom
wummern [ugs.]
27
boomBarriere {f}
11
econ.
boom
Steigerung {f}
68
to boomin die Höhe steigen
tech.
boom
Auslegergalgen {m}
naut.tech.
boom
Auslegerbaum {m}
9
Boom!Bumm!
155
Boom!Wumm!
37
audiofilmmus.
boom
Galgen {m} [Mikrofonständer]
36
econ.
to boom
brummen [ugs.]
51
econ.
to boom
florieren
54
boomGebrumme {n}
7
market.
boom
geräuschvolle Reklame {f}
market.
boom
Reklamerummel {m}
6
boomSummen {n}
6
econ.
boom
wachsende Stimmung {f}
econ.
boom
Konjunkturphase {f} der wirtschaftlichen Blüte
21 Übersetzungen
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • During the French Revolutionary Wars, the scarcity of external supplies of minerals to the United Kingdom led to a boom in the kelp industry, which became North Uist's main source of income.
  • Sporck's strategy of outsourcing sales to external sources meant National Semiconductor did not have sufficient or responsive resources to respond to requests from innovators, inventors and academic research—which would have been helpful in the technological innovation boom of the 1980s.
  • Without a network connection, the Boom can still amplify and play a line level signal from an external player through a 3.5mm mini-jack plug.
  • A Chicago boom derrick is a derrick with a boom which is attached to an external structure.
  • The Nimrod R1 was primarily based around the standard Nimrod MR1 airframe, with the only significant visual differences being the absence of the MAD boom projection from the aircraft's tail, and the presence of radomes on the front of the external wing fuel tanks and on the tailcone.

  • It has been argued that the favorable treatment received by the main Spanish commercial banks and their close relationship to the Bank of Spain ("Banco de España") following the end of the Franco regime allowed for a public-private partnership to restructure the large commercial banks into two large banks (Santander and BBVA) with the purpose of preparing the private institutions for international competition and external expansion once the European banking market was integrated in 1992 Alongside this financial mercantilism benefiting the commercial banking sector, Spanish regulators also allowed for the vast expansion of not for profit savings banks sponsored by regional governments who became heavily exposed to the housing mortgage and real estate development sectors during the Spanish economic boom of 1999–2007.
  • In 1973 the aircraft's SIGINT gear was removed and transferred to KC-135R 58–0126, resulting in 55-3121 assuming the role of trainer, a role which it fulfilled for the remainder of its operational existence. Externally the aircraft retained the 'hog nose' radome and some other external modifications, but the aerial refueling boom and trapeze below the tail were removed, and it had no operational reconnaissance role.
  • On the external surfaces of the Zeppelin NT are several equipment attachment points, including multiple hardpoints present for the purpose of installing cameras of up to 65 kg weight; an optional nose-mounted boom can be installed for attaching sensor equipment or scientific probes.
  • It is an example of the Spanish Mission style and is particularly notable for its external Baroque detailing.
  • Access to water was an important issue and was the source of some disputes until 1958 when an external water supply wasinstalled.

  • These are often cushioned by resilient internal methods, in addition to the employment of external isolation mounts.
  • A March 2011 report into the Irish banking collapse criticised the role of external auditors in failing to identify and warn of the risky lending practices being adopted by Irish banks.
  • The halyards are external and the mast is of a non-tapered design.
  • The Chicago Boys had expected that since the government had achieved a fiscal surplus and the decision for external borrowing was left to private agents a foreign exchange crises would not occur.
  • In the changed business environment and the government's decision to exit the business of running luxury hotels, the ITDC decided to hand over the building to the Ministry of External Affairs to house its offices.

  • The Chicago Boys had expected that since the government had achieved a fiscal surplus and the decision for external borrowing was left to private agents a foreign exchange crisis would not occur.
  • 5 GB RAM, 8 GB internal memory, 128 GB external memory capacity and a non removable 2600 mAh battery.
  • Unusual external features include the portico with rusticated columns and first floor windows.
  • Equipped with an external fire fighting system of class FiFi III, she can throw water up to [...] distance from the vessel, to a height of [...] on three monitors at [...] water flow rate.
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