Übersetzung für 'pair up' von Englisch nach Deutsch
to pair up [to work for a specific purpose or goal] sich zusammentun [zu einem bestimmten Zweck mit jdm. verbinden]
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to pair sb. off / up with sb.jdn. mit jdm. verkuppeln [ugs.]
to pair sb. up / off (with sb.) jdn. (mit jdm.) zusammenbringen [Kontakt herstellen]
Pärchen {n}
to pairsich paaren
pairPaar {n}
to pairpaaren
pairDuo {n}
extra pairzusätzliches Paar {n}
chlorophyll pair
Chlorophyllpaar {n} [auch: Chlorophyll-Paar]
unordered pair
Paarmenge {f} [ungeordnetes Paar]
pair set
Paarmenge {f}
pair production
Paarbildung {f}
gutter pair
Zwischenstegpaar {n}
young pairjunges Paar {n}
pair production
Paarerzeugung {f}
syllable pair
Silbenpaar {n}
sequence pairSequenzpaar {n}
wire pair
Adernpaar {n}
happy pairglückliches Paar {n}
language pairSprachpaar {n}
Cooper pair
Cooper-Paar {n}
matching pairzusammengehöriges Paar {n}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Some near-adult birds may pair up and occupy a hole at the same time, prior to breeding in the following year.
  • These displays stimulate "synchronous nesting" (see below) and help pair up those birds that do not already have mates.
  • Also, like the mule, the hinny has 63 chromosomes, intermediate between the 64 of the horse and the 62 of the donkey. Because of this, it is difficult for these chromosomes to pair up properly.
  • Color superconductor materials are degenerate gases of quarks in which quarks pair up in a manner similar to Cooper pairing in electrical superconductors.
  • For a brief period that year, Cassidy signed a deal with Blue Note Records to pair up with pop-jazz band Pieces of a Dream to release an album and tour the country.

  • The stem-loop structure forms with a bump at the bottom because the G and T do not pair up.
  • 544 Mbit/s T1 over a single copper wire pair up to approximately twelve thousand (12,000) feet (3.5 km), if all 24 gauge cable is used.
  • are high spin because the crystal field splitting is small so that the energy to be gained by virtue of the electrons being in lower energy orbitals is always less than the energy needed to pair up the spins.
  • Thus, in DNA, the purines adenine (A) and guanine (G) pair up with the pyrimidines thymine (T) and cytosine (C), respectively.
  • They pair up during the breeding season which is mainly during the rains (monsoons in June–August India and January to March in Australia) and build their nests mainly in natural tree hollows, such as tree trunks.

  • A couple of homologous chromosomes, or homologs, are a set of one maternal and one paternal chromosome that pair up with each other inside a cell during fertilization.
  • Unless there happens to be some fine tuning, we would expect both the triplet terms and the doublet terms to pair up, leaving us with no light electroweak doublets.
  • Organized online venues in all three countries have enabled persons who want to pair up to co-vote/swap.
  • The cable standard provides performance of up to 100 MHz and is suitable for most varieties of Ethernet over twisted pair up to 2.5GBASE-T but more commonly runs at [...] (Gigabit Ethernet) speeds.
  • For example, the extension of a function is a set of ordered pairs that pair up the arguments and values of the function; in other words, the function's graph.

  • The Intersection, introduced in Season 10, requires each team to pair up with one other team; the two teams are to perform all tasks and make decisions together until further notice.
  • The Terek sandpiper likes to associate with ruddy turnstones ("Arenaria interpres"), smallish calidrids, and "Charadrius" (but maybe not "Pluvialis") plovers; a vagrant bird at Paraty (Rio de Janeiro state) was noted to pair up with a spotted sandpiper ("Actitis macularius").
  • As for all universal properties, this defines the pair [...] up to a unique isomorphism, and can therefore be taken as a definition of [...].
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