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 Übersetzung für 'leaf' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a leaf | leaves
SYNO foliage | folio | leaf | ...
leaf {adj} [attr.] [e.g. blower, coloration, litter, mould, rake]
46
Laub- [z. B. Bläser, Verfärbung, Streu, Erde, Besen]
bot.
leaf {adj} [attr.] [e.g. apex, axis, base, blade, bud, damage]
29
Blatt- [z. B. Spitze, Achse, Grund, Spreite, Knospe, Schaden]
Substantive
bot.
leaf
Blatt {n}
3067
[metal] leafFolie {f} [Blattmetall]
102
leaf [of a door]Flügel {m} [Türflügel]
38
leafTürflügel {m}
37
leaf [for cigarettes]Blättchen {n} [für Zigaretten]
21
leafKlappe {f} [Tisch]
13
leaf [of book]Doppelseite {f}
13
bot.
leaf
Bladl {n} [bayer.] [österr.]
2 Wörter: Andere
constr.
double-leaf {adj} [attr.]
zweischalig
in leaf {adj} [postpos.]belaubt
leaf green {adj}laubgrün
zool.
leaf-eating {adj}
blattfressend
zool.
leaf-eating {adj}
blätterfressend
leaf-like {adj}blattartig
leaf-like {adj}blattähnlich
leaf-like {adj}blättchenförmig
bot.
leaf-pathogenic {adj}
blattpathogen
leaf-shaped {adj}blattförmig
leaf-strewn {adj}mit / von Blättern übersät
entom.zool.
leaf-sucking {adj}
blattsaugend
single-leaf {adj} [attr.] [door, window]einflügelig [Tür, Fenster]
constr.tech.
single-leaf {adj} [e.g. wall, roof]
einschalig [z. B. Wand, Dach]
2 Wörter: Verben
bot.hort.
to leaf (out)
ausschlagen [Blätter bekommen]
bot.
to leaf out
Blätter treiben
to leaf throughdurchblättern
2 Wörter: Substantive
(extension) leafEinsatz {m} [Tisch]
bot.
(leaf) axil
Blattachsel {f}
bot.
(leaf) lamina
Blattfläche {f} [Blattspreite]
MedTech.
absorber leaf
Absorberlamelle {f}
archi.bot.furn.
acanthus leaf
Akanthusblatt {n}
bot.
alder leaf
Erlenblatt {n}
material
aluminum leaf [Am.]
Blattaluminium {n}
bot.
angiosperm leaf
Angiospermenblatt {n}
bot.
ash leaf
Eschenblatt {n}
bot.
aspen leaf
Espenblatt {n}
bot.
autumn leaf
Herbstblatt {n}
bot.
bamboo leaf
Bambusblatt {n}
bot.
banana leaf
Bananenblatt {n}
bot.
basal leaf
Grundblatt {n}
bot.gastr.
basil leaf
Basilikumblatt {n}
bot.
basswood leaf [Am.]
Lindenblatt {n}
gastr.
bay leaf
Lorbeerblatt {n} [Gewürz]
bot.
beech leaf
Buchenblatt {n}
bot.
bifacial leaf
bifaziales Blatt {n}
bot.
birch leaf
Birkenblatt {n}
hort.
blighted leaf
vom Brand befallenes Blatt {n}
broad leafbreites Blatt {n}
bot.
cabbage leaf
Kohlblatt {n}
cabbage leaf [Am.] [coll.]Lappen {m} [ugs.] [Geldschein]
central leafMittelblatt {n}
bot.
chestnut leaf
Kastanienblatt {n}
bot.
clover leaf
Kleeblatt {n}
bot.
coca leaf
Kokablatt {n}
bot.
coca leaf
Cocablatt {n}
compound leafzusammengesetztes Blatt {n}
furn.
desk leaf
Schreibtischauszug {m}
furn.
desk leaf
Schreibtisch-Auszug {m}
furn.
desk leaf
Ausziehplatte {f} eines Schreibtisches
bot.
dock leaf
Ampferblatt {n}
constr.
door leaf
Türblatt {n}
double leafDoppelblatt {n}
furn.
drop leaf
Klappe {f} [an einem Klapptisch]
bot.
elder leaf
Holunderblatt {n}
bot.
elm leaf
Ulmenblatt {n}
bot.
fall leaf [Am.]
Herbstblatt {n}
fallen leafgefallenes Blatt {n}
bot.
fern leaf
Farnblatt {n}
bot.
fig leaf [also fig.]
Feigenblatt {n} [auch fig.]
fig-leaf [fig.]Vorwand {m}
fig-leaf [fig.]Deckmantel {m} [fig.] [Vorwand, Tarnung]
bot.
foliage leaf
Laubblatt {n}
bot.
geranium leaf
Geranienblatt {n}
bot.
gingko leaf
Ginkgoblatt {n}
gold leafGoldblatt {n}
gold leafBlattgold {n}
bot.
grape leaf
Rebblatt {n}
bot.
grape leaf
Weinblatt {n}
bot.
grape leaf
Rebenblatt {n}
bot.
grapevine leaf
Rebblatt {n}
bot.
grapevine leaf
Weinblatt {n}
bot.
grapevine leaf
Rebenblatt {n}
bot.
gymnosperm leaf
Gymnospermenblatt {n}
bot.
hazel leaf
Haselblatt {n}
bot.
hazel leaf
Haselnussblatt {n}
bot.
heart leaf
Herzblatt {n}
bot.
holly leaf
Stechpalmenblatt {n}
bot.
honey leaf [flower]
Honigblatt {n} [Blüte]
bot.
honey leaf [flower]
Nektarblatt {n} [Blüte]
bot.
involucral leaf
Hüllblatt {n}
bot.
ivy leaf
Efeublatt {n}
bot.
laurel leaf
Lorbeerblatt {n}
bot.
leaf abscission
Blattabwurf {m}
bot.
leaf age
Blattalter {n}
bot.
leaf apex
Blattspitze {f}
bot.
leaf area
Blattfläche {f}
bot.
leaf arrangement
Blattstellung {f}
bot.
leaf axis
Blattachse {f}
bot.
leaf base
Unterblatt {n}
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Übersetzung für 'leaf' von Englisch nach Deutsch

leaf {adj} [attr.] [e.g. blower, coloration, litter, mould, rake]
Laub- [z. B. Bläser, Verfärbung, Streu, Erde, Besen]
leaf {adj} [attr.] [e.g. apex, axis, base, blade, bud, damage]
Blatt- [z. B. Spitze, Achse, Grund, Spreite, Knospe, Schaden]bot.

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leaf
Blatt {n}bot.

Türflügel {m}

Klappe {f} [Tisch]

Bladl {n} [bayer.] [österr.]bot.
[metal] leaf
Folie {f} [Blattmetall]
leaf [of a door]
Flügel {m} [Türflügel]
leaf [for cigarettes]
Blättchen {n} [für Zigaretten]
leaf [of book]
Doppelseite {f}

double-leaf {adj} [attr.]
zweischaligconstr.
in leaf {adj} [postpos.]
belaubt
leaf green {adj}
laubgrün
leaf-eating {adj}
blattfressendzool.

blätterfressendzool.
leaf-like {adj}
blattartig

blattähnlich

blättchenförmig
leaf-pathogenic {adj}
blattpathogenbot.
leaf-shaped {adj}
blattförmig
leaf-strewn {adj}
mit / von Blättern übersät
leaf-sucking {adj}
blattsaugendentom.zool.
single-leaf {adj} [attr.] [door, window]
einflügelig [Tür, Fenster]
single-leaf {adj} [e.g. wall, roof]
einschalig [z. B. Wand, Dach]constr.tech.

to leaf (out)
ausschlagen [Blätter bekommen]bot.hort.
to leaf out
Blätter treibenbot.
to leaf through
durchblättern

(extension) leaf
Einsatz {m} [Tisch]
(leaf) axil
Blattachsel {f}bot.
(leaf) lamina
Blattfläche {f} [Blattspreite]bot.
absorber leaf
Absorberlamelle {f}MedTech.
acanthus leaf
Akanthusblatt {n}archi.bot.furn.
alder leaf
Erlenblatt {n}bot.
aluminum leaf [Am.]
Blattaluminium {n}material
angiosperm leaf
Angiospermenblatt {n}bot.
ash leaf
Eschenblatt {n}bot.
aspen leaf
Espenblatt {n}bot.
autumn leaf
Herbstblatt {n}bot.
bamboo leaf
Bambusblatt {n}bot.
banana leaf
Bananenblatt {n}bot.
basal leaf
Grundblatt {n}bot.
basil leaf
Basilikumblatt {n}bot.gastr.
basswood leaf [Am.]
Lindenblatt {n}bot.
bay leaf
Lorbeerblatt {n} [Gewürz]gastr.
beech leaf
Buchenblatt {n}bot.
bifacial leaf
bifaziales Blatt {n}bot.
birch leaf
Birkenblatt {n}bot.
blighted leaf
vom Brand befallenes Blatt {n}hort.
broad leaf
breites Blatt {n}
cabbage leaf
Kohlblatt {n}bot.
cabbage leaf [Am.] [coll.]
Lappen {m} [ugs.] [Geldschein]
central leaf
Mittelblatt {n}
chestnut leaf
Kastanienblatt {n}bot.
clover leaf
Kleeblatt {n}bot.
coca leaf
Kokablatt {n}bot.

Cocablatt {n}bot.
compound leaf
zusammengesetztes Blatt {n}
desk leaf
Schreibtischauszug {m}furn.

Schreibtisch-Auszug {m}furn.

Ausziehplatte {f} eines Schreibtischesfurn.
dock leaf
Ampferblatt {n}bot.
door leaf
Türblatt {n}constr.
double leaf
Doppelblatt {n}
drop leaf
Klappe {f} [an einem Klapptisch]furn.
elder leaf
Holunderblatt {n}bot.
elm leaf
Ulmenblatt {n}bot.
fall leaf [Am.]
Herbstblatt {n}bot.
fallen leaf
gefallenes Blatt {n}
fern leaf
Farnblatt {n}bot.
fig leaf [also fig.]
Feigenblatt {n} [auch fig.]bot.
fig-leaf [fig.]
Vorwand {m}

Deckmantel {m} [fig.] [Vorwand, Tarnung]
foliage leaf
Laubblatt {n}bot.
geranium leaf
Geranienblatt {n}bot.
gingko leaf
Ginkgoblatt {n}bot.
gold leaf
Goldblatt {n}

Blattgold {n}
grape leaf
Rebblatt {n}bot.

Weinblatt {n}bot.

Rebenblatt {n}bot.
grapevine leaf
Rebblatt {n}bot.

Weinblatt {n}bot.

Rebenblatt {n}bot.
gymnosperm leaf
Gymnospermenblatt {n}bot.
hazel leaf
Haselblatt {n}bot.

Haselnussblatt {n}bot.
heart leaf
Herzblatt {n}bot.
holly leaf
Stechpalmenblatt {n}bot.
honey leaf [flower]
Honigblatt {n} [Blüte]bot.

Nektarblatt {n} [Blüte]bot.
involucral leaf
Hüllblatt {n}bot.
ivy leaf
Efeublatt {n}bot.
laurel leaf
Lorbeerblatt {n}bot.
leaf abscission
Blattabwurf {m}bot.
leaf age
Blattalter {n}bot.
leaf apex
Blattspitze {f}bot.
leaf area
Blattfläche {f}bot.
leaf arrangement
Blattstellung {f}bot.
leaf axis
Blattachse {f}bot.
leaf base
Unterblatt {n}bot.
  • Maple Leaf {m} = Maple Leaf
  • Maple-Leaf-Münzen {pl} = Maple Leafs
  • Maple-Leaf-Münzen {pl} = Maple Leaves
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • It has a single leaf, serrate but not deeply lobed, rising in single stalks from the ground.
  • Gongura is popular in the state of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Manipur, Tripura and also Mizoram. A baby gongura leaf is a full leaf. As the leaf grows older, the leaf splits into four or more parts.
  • Guilds of insect herbivores that have been found on the species include adult leaf-chewers, larval leaf-chewers, leaf-miners, leaf-suckers, phylem-suckers, and xylem-suckers.
  • For example, specific leaf area is leaf area divided by leaf mass.
  • It goes by many names, including leaflute, leaf flute, leaf whistle, gum leaf, and leafophone.

  • Fungal pests of karuka include leaf spot, diffuse leaf spot, black leaf mould ("Lembosia pandani"), sooty mold ("Meliola juttingii"), and fungus on seeds ("Macrophoma pandani").
  • While the chlorophyll concentration decreases, leaves have more leaf mass per unit leaf area, and as a result the chlorophyll content per unit leaf area is relatively unaffected.
  • The leaflet has around 15 pairs of lateral veins, ending in a leaf tooth. Leaf venation is more easily seen under the leaf. The midrib is sunken above the leaf, but raised under the leaf.
  • The emerging larva tunnels within the midrib, in the direction of the leaf tip. Only around January it enters the leaf blade, and starts making a recognisable leaf mine.
  • Leaves opposite on the stem, smooth edged without leaf serrations.

  • It has been suggested that some patterns of leaf variegation may be part of a defensive "masquerade strategy."
  • The larvae of most species are leaf-rollers or leaf-folders. However, some may be gall-inducers or leaf litter-feeders.
  • The leaf stalk is attached under the surface of the leaf.
  • Leaf venation is easily noticed, particularly on the underside.
  • It contains the pericope John 8:3-11 on the last 219 leaf. Leaf 83 moved at the end, leaf 218 at the beginning.

  • Leaf painting is the process of painting with dyed leaves.
  • The species name is derived from Latin (" [...] " = rather long and leaf (" [...] " = leaf); and refers to the shape of the leaf.
  • In Javanese, the term [...] means 'leaf'. Traditionally tempeh is wrapped in organic banana leaf, [...] ("Hibiscus tiliaceus" leaf) or [...] (teak leaf).
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