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VERB   to stoke | stoked | stoked
stoking | stokes
to stoke sth. [also fig.]etw.Akk. schüren [auch fig.] [anheizen]
1113
to stoke sth. [also fig.: hatred, envy, rage, war, etc.]etw.Akk. anfachen [auch fig.]
642
rail
to stoke
heizen [beheizen; Lokomotive]
161
2 Wörter
to stoke upaufheizen
to stoke up [also fig.]anheizen [auch fig.]
to stoke up [also fig.]anfachen [auch fig.]
ind.spec.
to stoke up [furnace]
beschicken [Ofen]
3 Wörter
geogr.
Stoke-on-Trent
Stoke-on-Trent {n}
4 Wörter
idiom
to stoke up a feud
eine Fehde anfachen
to stoke up a fireein Feuer schüren
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Cartoon references: #1: Morticia decorates a bare Christmas tree, but without caption. #2: The children stoke the fireplace. The caption reads "The little dears, they still believe in Santa Claus".
  • Candidates and campaign staff often stoke the fires of election sign wars to claim that their candidate has popular support among the voters in the district.
  • Old Church Stoke is a village in the Community of Churchstoke in Powys, Wales. Until 1974 it was in the county of Montgomeryshire.
  • Another method was to stoke an earthenware stove and, when fully heated, to cast them alive into the cavity of the stove.
  • On the western side of the old duck pond were vineries, peach houses, ferneries, palm houses and potting sheds. A stoke house with three Quorn boilers provided the heating for the glasshouses.

  • The wood and coal in the stoke-hole which / Began to crackle and spit.
  • The Filbert paintbrush also makes a thicker stoke. Artists can use this to make thicker lines on a painting.
  • Blowpipes are also known as blow pokers (or just blow pokes). They are used to start and stoke fires.
  • He died in 2009 from a stoke while in Middelburg, Eastern Cape while returning to Pretoria with his family.
  • Jill McGill won by one stoke over Leta Lindley.

  • Churchstoke Football Club is a Welsh football team based in Church Stoke, a village in Montgomeryshire, Powys, Wales, who play in the Montgomeryshire League.
  • In 1905, Ferrer and the Modern School voiced their opposition to bullfighting, cautioning against using abolition of the practice as a means to stoke political nationalism.
  • During his tenure the company went public in the New York stoke exchange. He resigned in 1998.
  • Smaller coal shovels of similar shape are used to stoke domestic fireplaces.
  • The Broadstreet development squad recently won the 2017/2018 Coventry and Warwickshire benevolent Cup beating stoke old boys 26–22, retaining the cup from the previous season.

  • Elledge recorded a 14-song CD in 2005 in New Orleans called "Passion", and was just beginning promotion and showcases for the album when he suffered a debilitating stoke.
  • It was recorded as Lytel-Stoke or Lulestock in the Domesday book, and rendered at one time as Little Stock or Little-stoke. Its name is said to have meant "the stoc [...] of Lylla and his people".
  • South Stoke is a village and civil parish on an east bank of the Thames, about [...] north of Goring-on-Thames in South Oxfordshire.
  • It appears that in 1317, Stokesay was still being held by the Ludlows under the de Verduns.
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