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 Übersetzung für 'flute' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a flute | flutes
VERB   to flute | fluted | fluted
fluting | flutes
SYNO champagne flute | flute | flute glass | ...
archi.
to flute
furchen
53
to fluteflöten [säuseln]
30
cloth.
to flute
kräuseln
18
to fluteflöten [ugs.] [mit hoher Stimme sprechen]
15
to fluteriffeln [Säule etc.]
6
to fluteauskehlen
cloth.
to flute
in Falten legen
to flute [archaic]kannelieren
Substantive
mus.
flute
Flöte {f}
971
mus.
flute
Querflöte {f}
173
tech.
flute [Am.]
Nut {f}
45
mus.
flute [recorder]
Blockflöte {f} [18. Jh.]
25
archi.
flute [column]
Rille {f} [Säule]
11
gastr.
flute [tulip-shaped glass for wine or champagne]
Tulpenglas {n} [für Wein oder Sekt]
8
fluteKannelierung {f}
gastr.
flute [also: flûte] [glass]
Flöte {f} [Glas]
flute [cannelure]Riefe {f}
gastr.
flute [esp. thin baguette]
Flûte {n} {f}
archi.
flute [vertical groove in a column]
Kannelur {f} [senkrechte Rille am Säulenschaft]
archi.
flute [vertical groove in a column]
Kannelüre {f} [senkrechte Rille am Säulenschaft]
2 Wörter: Andere
flute-like {adj} [also: flutelike]flötenartig [Ton, Instrument]
flute-like {adj} [also: flutelike]flötenähnlich [Ton, Instrument]
2 Wörter: Substantive
mus.
alto flute
Altflöte {f}
archaeo.mus.
ancient flute
alte Flöte {f}
mus.
bamboo flute
Bambusflöte {f}
mus.
band flute
Querpfeife {f} [mit konischer Bohrung und Klappen]
mus.
bass flute
Bassflöte {f}
archaeo.mus.
bone flute
Knochenflöte {f}
mus.
boxwood flute
Flöte {f} aus Buchsbaumholz
mus.
C flute
Flöte {f} in C
mus.
C flute
[moderne] Querflöte {f}
mus.
ceramic flute
Tonflöte {f}
gastr.oenol.
champagne flute
Schaumweintulpe {f}
gastr.oenol.
champagne flute
Schaumweinkelch {m}
gastr.oenol.
champagne flute
Sektglas {n} [Sektflöte, Sektkelch]
gastr.
champagne flute [also: champagne flûte]
Sektkelch {m}
gastr.
champagne flute [also: champagne flûte]
Sektflöte {f}
gastr.
champagne flute [also: champagne flûte]
Schaumweinflöte {f}
gastr.
champagne flute [also: champagne flûte]
Champagnerflöte {f}
mus.
children's flute
Kinderflöte {f}
mus.
claribel flute [organ stop]
Offenflöte {f}
mus.
concert flute
Konzertflöte {f}
mus.
contrabass flute
Kontrabassflöte {f}
mus.
cross flute
Querflöte {f}
mus.
dolce flute
Dulzflöte {f}
mus.
duct flute
Spaltflöte {f}
mus.
duct flute
Kernspaltflöte {f}
mus.
English flute [Br.]
Blockflöte {f}
mus.
fipple flute
Kernspaltflöte {f}
mus.
flute case
Flötenetui {n}
geol.
flute cast
Kolkmarke {f}
educ.mus.
flute class
Flötenklasse {f}
educ.mus.
flute classes {pl}
Flötenunterricht {m}
mus.
flute clock
Flötenuhr {f}
mus.
flute concerto
Flötenkonzert {n} [Komposition]
mus.
flute ensemble
Flötenensemble {n}
hist.
flute girl
Flötenmädchen {n}
flute glassKelchglas {n}
flute glassFlöte {f} [Glas]
tech.tools
flute length
Spannutlänge {f}
educ.mus.
flute lesson
Flötenstunde {f}
educ.mus.
flute lessons {pl}
Flötenunterricht {m}
mus.
flute literature
Flötenliteratur {f}
jobsmus.
flute maker
Flötenbauer {m}
jobsmus.
flute maker [female]
Flötenbauerin {f}
mus.
flute mouthpiece
Flötenmundstück {n} [auch: Flöten-Mundstück]
mus.
flute music
Flötenmusik {f}
mus.
flute part
Flötenpart {m}
mus.
flute part
Flötenstimme {f}
mus.
flute piece
Flötenstück {n}
jobsmus.
flute player
Flötist {m}
mus.
flute player
Flötenspieler {m}
mus.
flute player [female]
Flötenspielerin {f}
mus.
flute players
Flötenspieler {pl}
mus.
flute quartet
Flötenquartett {n}
mus.
flute quintet
Flötenquintett {n}
mus.
flute repertoire
Flötenrepertoire {n}
mus.
flute solo
Flötensolo {n}
mus.
flute sonata
Flötensonate {f}
mus.
flute sounds
Flötenklänge {pl}
educ.mus.
flute student
Flötenschüler {m}
educ.mus.
flute student [female]
Flötenschülerin {f}
educ.jobsmus.
flute teacher
Flötenlehrer {m}
educ.jobsmus.
flute teacher [female]
Flötenlehrerin {f}
mus.
flute trio
Flötentrio {n}
mus.
German flute
Traversflöte {f} [18. Jh.]
mus.
jazz flute
Jazzflöte {f}
mus.
jazz flute [rare]
Lotusflöte {f}
mus.
Koppel Flute [the untranslated German term is more common]
Koppelflöte {f} [Orgelregister]
mus.
lotus flute
Lotusflöte {f}
magic fluteZauberflöte {f}
mus.
marching flute [fife]
Spielmannsflöte {f} [Querpfeife]
mus.
nose flute
Nasenflöte {f}
mus.
notched flute
Kerbflöte {f}
mus.
pan flute [less frequent]
Panflöte {f}
pigeon fluteTaubenflöte {f}
mus.
piston flute
Lotusflöte {f}
mus.
ring flute
Bandflöte {f}
mus.
rustic flute
Bauernflöte {f}
mus.
shepherd's flute
Hirtenflöte {f}
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Übersetzung für 'flute' von Englisch nach Deutsch

to flute
furchenarchi.

flöten [säuseln]

kräuselncloth.

flöten [ugs.] [mit hoher Stimme sprechen]

riffeln [Säule etc.]

auskehlen

in Falten legencloth.
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to flute [archaic]
kannelieren

flute
Flöte {f}mus.

Querflöte {f}mus.

Kannelierung {f}
flute [Am.]
Nut {f}tech.
flute [recorder]
Blockflöte {f} [18. Jh.]mus.
flute [column]
Rille {f} [Säule]archi.
flute [tulip-shaped glass for wine or champagne]
Tulpenglas {n} [für Wein oder Sekt]gastr.
flute [also: flûte] [glass]
Flöte {f} [Glas]gastr.
flute [cannelure]
Riefe {f}
flute [esp. thin baguette]
Flûte {n} {f}gastr.
flute [vertical groove in a column]
Kannelur {f} [senkrechte Rille am Säulenschaft]archi.

Kannelüre {f} [senkrechte Rille am Säulenschaft]archi.

flute-like {adj} [also: flutelike]
flötenartig [Ton, Instrument]

flötenähnlich [Ton, Instrument]

alto flute
Altflöte {f}mus.
ancient flute
alte Flöte {f}archaeo.mus.
bamboo flute
Bambusflöte {f}mus.
band flute
Querpfeife {f} [mit konischer Bohrung und Klappen]mus.
bass flute
Bassflöte {f}mus.
bone flute
Knochenflöte {f}archaeo.mus.
boxwood flute
Flöte {f} aus Buchsbaumholzmus.
C flute
Flöte {f} in Cmus.

[moderne] Querflöte {f}mus.
ceramic flute
Tonflöte {f}mus.
champagne flute
Schaumweintulpe {f}gastr.oenol.

Schaumweinkelch {m}gastr.oenol.

Sektglas {n} [Sektflöte, Sektkelch]gastr.oenol.
champagne flute [also: champagne flûte]
Sektkelch {m}gastr.

Sektflöte {f}gastr.

Schaumweinflöte {f}gastr.

Champagnerflöte {f}gastr.
children's flute
Kinderflöte {f}mus.
claribel flute [organ stop]
Offenflöte {f}mus.
concert flute
Konzertflöte {f}mus.
contrabass flute
Kontrabassflöte {f}mus.
cross flute
Querflöte {f}mus.
dolce flute
Dulzflöte {f}mus.
duct flute
Spaltflöte {f}mus.

Kernspaltflöte {f}mus.
English flute [Br.]
Blockflöte {f}mus.
fipple flute
Kernspaltflöte {f}mus.
flute case
Flötenetui {n}mus.
flute cast
Kolkmarke {f}geol.
flute class
Flötenklasse {f}educ.mus.
flute classes {pl}
Flötenunterricht {m}educ.mus.
flute clock
Flötenuhr {f}mus.
flute concerto
Flötenkonzert {n} [Komposition]mus.
flute ensemble
Flötenensemble {n}mus.
flute girl
Flötenmädchen {n}hist.
flute glass
Kelchglas {n}

Flöte {f} [Glas]
flute length
Spannutlänge {f}tech.tools
flute lesson
Flötenstunde {f}educ.mus.
flute lessons {pl}
Flötenunterricht {m}educ.mus.
flute literature
Flötenliteratur {f}mus.
flute maker
Flötenbauer {m}jobsmus.
flute maker [female]
Flötenbauerin {f}jobsmus.
flute mouthpiece
Flötenmundstück {n} [auch: Flöten-Mundstück]mus.
flute music
Flötenmusik {f}mus.
flute part
Flötenpart {m}mus.

Flötenstimme {f}mus.
flute piece
Flötenstück {n}mus.
flute player
Flötist {m}jobsmus.

Flötenspieler {m}mus.
flute player [female]
Flötenspielerin {f}mus.
flute players
Flötenspieler {pl}mus.
flute quartet
Flötenquartett {n}mus.
flute quintet
Flötenquintett {n}mus.
flute repertoire
Flötenrepertoire {n}mus.
flute solo
Flötensolo {n}mus.
flute sonata
Flötensonate {f}mus.
flute sounds
Flötenklänge {pl}mus.
flute student
Flötenschüler {m}educ.mus.
flute student [female]
Flötenschülerin {f}educ.mus.
flute teacher
Flötenlehrer {m}educ.jobsmus.
flute teacher [female]
Flötenlehrerin {f}educ.jobsmus.
flute trio
Flötentrio {n}mus.
German flute
Traversflöte {f} [18. Jh.]mus.
jazz flute
Jazzflöte {f}mus.
jazz flute [rare]
Lotusflöte {f}mus.
Koppel Flute [the untranslated German term is more common]
Koppelflöte {f} [Orgelregister]mus.
lotus flute
Lotusflöte {f}mus.
magic flute
Zauberflöte {f}
marching flute [fife]
Spielmannsflöte {f} [Querpfeife]mus.
nose flute
Nasenflöte {f}mus.
notched flute
Kerbflöte {f}mus.
pan flute [less frequent]
Panflöte {f}mus.
pigeon flute
Taubenflöte {f}
piston flute
Lotusflöte {f}mus.
ring flute
Bandflöte {f}mus.
rustic flute
Bauernflöte {f}mus.
shepherd's flute
Hirtenflöte {f}mus.
  • Flûte {n} {f} = flute [esp. thin baguette]
  • Flûte {n} {f} [besonders dünnes französisches Stangenweißbrot] = parisienne [Am.] [flute, flûte] [similar to a baguette]
  • Flûte {f} à pavillon [Orgelregister] = bell diapason [organ stop]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • She joined the Los Angeles Philharmonic as second flutist in 1996, and was promoted to Associate Principal flute in March 2009.
  • Flute beatboxing (or "fluteboxing") is an extended technique of the flute, or an extension in sound resonators for beatboxing.
  • References to Stephen Preston as a flute player can be found in the "New Grove", J. Solum: "The Early Flute" and A. Powell: "The Flute".
  • The range of the flute is over two octaves. Each flute is traditionally an individual and made a bit differently each time by the maker-player, the keynote frequency varies from flute to flute.
  • Jesse Barish’s album "Flute Salad" has a ‘new age’ musical feel, and was done in collaboration with Jeff Pescetto and licensed through Void Echo Records.

  • He created his own flute, which he calls the "Naveen Flute". This flute features flute tone and the vibration of strings (through the placement of a string on the side of the flute).
  • A transverse flute or side-blown flute is a flute which is held horizontally when played. The player blows across the embouchure hole, in a direction perpendicular to the flute's body length.
  • the nine note flute) akind of flute and "jyonya" (ज्योंया) (lit.
  • "Joueurs de flûte" ("The Flute Players"), Op. 27, is a set of four pieces for flute and piano by the French composer Albert Roussel. It is the most popular of Roussel's works for the flute.
  • Traverso, a.k.a. baroque flute, indicates the baroque to mid 19-century wooden transverse flute that preceded the Western concert flute.

  • The double contrabass flute (sometimes also called octobass flute) is pitched in the key of C, three octaves below the concert flute (two octaves below the bass flute, and one octave below the contrabass flute).
  • ... , translates as: Love Flute) is an uncommon member of the Western concert flute family, pitched in A [...] , A, or B [...] and is intermediate in size between the modern C concert flute and the alto flute in G.
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