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 Übersetzung für 'faster than light' von Englisch nach Deutsch
phys.
faster than light {adj}
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faster than light {adv} {adj} <FTL> [postpos.]schneller als das Licht [nachgestellt]
Teiltreffer
phys.
faster than (the speed of) sound {adv} {adj}
schneller als der Schall
It happens faster / quicker than you think.Es passiert schneller als man denkt.
Never drive faster than your guardian angel can fly. Fahre nie schneller als dein Schutzengel fliegen kann.
proverb
It's better to light a candle than curse the darkness.
Es ist besser, eine Kerze anzuzünden, als die Dunkelheit zu verfluchen.
faster {adj} {adv}rasanter [ugs.]
6
faster {adj} {adv}rascher
15
faster {adj} {adv}schneller
156
any faster noch schneller [in Verbindung mit Verneinung oder Frage / Möglichkeit]
to walk fasterschneller gehen
at a faster pace {adv}schneller
at a faster pace {adv}mit schnellerem Tempo
at a faster pace {adv}mit höherer Geschwindigkeit
He should have driven faster.Er hätte schneller fahren müssen.
to strike up a faster paceeine schnellere Gangart anschlagen
Traffic travels faster on motorways. [Br.] Der Verkehr bewegt sich mit höherer Geschwindigkeit auf Autobahnen.
to make sb.'s heart beat faster [also fig.]jds. Herz schneller schlagen lassen [auch fig.]
hist.relig.
John the Faster [John IV, Patriarch of Constantinople]
Johannes der Faster {m}
electr.optics
light / light-dependent resistor
Lichtwiderstand {m} [Bauteil]
ultraviolet light <UV light>Ultraviolettlicht {n} <UV-Licht>
phys.
terahertz light <T-light>
Terahertzlicht {n} [Terahertzstrahlung]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • In his works of science fiction, Blish developed many ideas and terms which have influenced other writers and on occasion have been adopted more widely, such as faster than light communication via the dirac communicator, introduced in the short story "Beep" (1954).
  • An ansible is a category of fictional devices or technology capable of near-instantaneous or faster-than-light communication.
  • In 1994, NASA and JPL cosponsored a "Workshop on Advanced Quantum/Relativity Theory Propulsion" to "establish and use new frames of reference for thinking about the faster-than-light (FTL) question".
  • While walking to lunch, the men discussed recent UFO reports and the possibility of faster-than-light travel.
  • Faster-than-light (also FTL, superluminal or supercausal) travel and communication are the conjectural propagation of matter or information faster than the speed of light (...).

  • The show depicts a future where Earth has a unified Earth government and has gained the technology for faster-than-light travel using 'jump gates', a kind of wormhole technology allowing transport through the alternate dimension of hyperspace.
  • Superluminal communication is a hypothetical process in which information is sent at faster-than-light (FTL) speeds.
  • Another quantum effect that predicts the occurrence of faster-than-light speeds is called the Hartman effect: under certain conditions the time needed for a virtual particle to tunnel through a barrier is constant, regardless of the thickness of the barrier.
  • For example, if signals could be sent faster than light, then signals could be sent into the sender's past (observer B in the diagrams). A variety of causal paradoxes could then be constructed.
  • The crew encounter phenomena such as time distortions, faster-than-light travel, mutant diseases and strange lifeforms (all evolved from Earth, because the series has no aliens) that had developed in the intervening millions of years.

  • Faster-than-light (FTL) propulsion, or hyperdrive, was obtained from the Outsiders at the end of the First Man–Kzin War.
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