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 Übersetzung für 'take-off' von Englisch nach Deutsch
VERB   to take off | took off | taken off
taking off | takes off
aviat.
to take off
abheben
aviat.
to take off
starten
to take off [Am.] [coll.] [to depart rapidly]losfahren
to take off [bandage]abwickeln [Verband]
to take off [coll.] [to leave]abdackeln [ugs.] [weggehen]
to take off [coll.] [to leave] sich verpieseln [ugs.] [beschönigend für "sich verpissen"]
to take off [depart]aufbrechen [sich auf den Weg machen]
sports
to take off [football / player]
herunternehmen
sports
to take off [football / player]
aus dem Spiel nehmen
econ.
to take off [to boom]
schnell wachsen [boomen]
to take off [to depart hastily]abhauen [ugs.]
to take off [to depart]abfahren
to take off [to imitate]nachahmen
to take off [to remove clothes etc.]abziehen [schweiz.]
to take off [to remove clothes, jewellery]abstreifen [Kleidungs­stück]
to take off [to remove]ablösen
to take off [to remove]entfernen
to take off [to remove]wegnehmen
to take off [to remove]absetzen [Hut]
to take off sth.etw.Akk. abtun [ugs.]
to take off sth. [clothes]sichDat. etw. ausziehen
to take off sth. [e.g. a lid]etw. abheben [z. B. einen Deckel]
cloth.
to take off sth. [one's coat, hat etc.]
etw.Akk. ablegen [den Mantel, Hut etc.]
cloth.
to take sth. off [clothes]
etw.Akk. ausziehen [Kleidung]
to take sth. off [e.g. coat] sich etw.Gen. entledigen [geh.] [ein Kleidungs­stück ablegen, z. B. Jackett]
to take sth. off [hat etc.]etw. abnehmen [Hut etc.]
to take sth. off [remove]etw.Akk. abmachen [ugs.] [entfernen]
to take sth. off sb. [rob, loot]jdm. etw. abnehmen [rauben, im Spiel abnehmen]
2 Wörter: Substantive
sports
take-off
Absprung {m}
aviat.
take-off
Start {m}
aviat.
take-off
Abheben {n}
aviat.
take-off
Flugstart {m}
aviat.
take-off
Flugzeugstart {m}
aviat.
take-off
Abflug {m} [das Abheben des Flugzeugs]
take-off [imitation]Nachahmung {f} [Parodie]
3 Wörter: Verben
to take off (of sth.) [e.g. from a reel, coil or spool] (von etw.) abspulen [z. B. Garn oder Draht von einer Spule]
to take off sb.'s jacketjdm. die Jacke ausziehen
to take oneself offsich davonmachen
to take sb. off guard [idiom] jdn. überraschen [unvorbereitet treffen, kalt erwischen]
to take sb.'s clothes offjdn. ausziehen
to take sb.'s clothes offjdn. entkleiden [geh.]
ungeprüft to take sb./sth. (off) somewherejdn./etw. irgendwohin bringen
to take sb./sth. off sb.'s hands [idiom] [e.g. task, person] jdm. jdn./etw. abnehmen [fig.] [z. B. Aufgabe, Person]
to take sth. off sb.'s shoulders [fig.]jdm. etw. abnehmen [fig.]
to take time offsichDat. frei nehmen
to take time offfreimachen [nicht arbeiten]
to take time off [from work]sichDat. freinehmen [Arbeit]
3 Wörter: Substantive
aviat.
aborted take-off
Startabbruch {m}
aviat.
catapult take-off
Katapultstart {m}
aviat.
catapult take-off
Schleuderstart {m}
aviat.
immediate take-off
Sofortstart {m}
mil.
missile take-off
Raketenstart {m} [Abheben der Rakete vom Boden]
tech.
power take-off <PTO>
Zapfwelle {f}
tech.
power take-off <PTO>
Nebenantrieb {m}
rocket take-offRaketenstart {m} [Abheben der Rakete vom Boden]
aviat.
rolling take-off [flawed take-off for vertical lift-off craft]
Anrollstart {m}
aviat.
take off weight <TOW>
Startmasse {f}
aviat.
take-off attempt
Startversuch {m}
sports
take-off board
Absprungbrett {n}
sports
take-off board
Absprungbalken {m}
aviat.
take-off clearance
Startfreigabe {f}
aviat.
take-off direction
Startrichtung {f}
aviat.
take-off distance
Startstrecke {f}
aviat.
take-off mass
Startmasse {f}
aviat.
take-off mass
Abflugmasse {f}
aviat.
take-off output
Startleistung {f}
aviat.
take-off path
Startflugbahn {f}
take-off powerSprungkraft {f}
take-off rampStartrampe {f}
take-off reelAbwickelspule {f}
aviat.
take-off roll
Startstrecke {f}
aviat.
take-off roll
Startrollstrecke {f}
aviat.
take-off run
Startlauf {m}
aviat.
take-off runway
Startbahn {f}
aviat.
take-off site
Startplatz {m}
take-off speedAbwickelgeschwindigkeit {f}
aviat.
take-off speed
Startgeschwindigkeit {f}
aviat.
take-off speed
Abhebegeschwindigkeit {f}
aviat.
take-off speed
Abfluggeschwindigkeit {f}
sports
take-off velocity
Absprunggeschwindigkeit {f}
aviat.
take-off weight
Startgewicht {n}
aviat.
take-off weight
Abfluggewicht {n}
4 Wörter: Andere
aviat.
clear for take-off {adj}
flugklar
aviat.
ready for take-off {adj}
flugklar
aviat.
ready for take-off {adj}
startklar
cloth.
Take your coat off.
Leg ab! [z. B. Mantel ausziehen, um ihn an die Garderobe zu hängen]
Take your hands off!Tu die Hände weg! [ugs.]
4 Wörter: Verben
to take a day offeinen arbeitsfreien Tag nehmen
to take a day off(sichDat.) einen Tag freinehmen
to take a day off(sichDat.) einen Tag frei nehmen
to take a day offsichDat. frei nehmen [für einen Tag]
filmtheatre
to take off (the program) [Am.]
absetzen [Stück, Film etc.]
to take off a discounteinen Diskont abziehen
to take off its hinges [door]aushängen
to take off one's clothessich ausziehen
to take off one's clothessich auskleiden
cloth.
to take off one's coat
ablegen [den Mantel ausziehen]
to take off one's shoes(sichDat.) die Schuhe ausziehen
idiom
to take off the gloves
die Samthandschuhe ausziehen
comm.
to take off the market
aus dem Handel ziehen
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Übersetzung für 'take-off' von Englisch nach Deutsch

to take off
abhebenaviat.

startenaviat.
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to take off [Am.] [coll.] [to depart rapidly]
losfahren
to take off [bandage]
abwickeln [Verband]
to take off [coll.] [to leave]
abdackeln [ugs.] [weggehen]

sich verpieseln [ugs.] [beschönigend für "sich verpissen"]
to take off [depart]
aufbrechen [sich auf den Weg machen]
to take off [football / player]
herunternehmensports

aus dem Spiel nehmensports
to take off [to boom]
schnell wachsen [boomen]econ.
to take off [to depart hastily]
abhauen [ugs.]
to take off [to depart]
abfahren
to take off [to imitate]
nachahmen
to take off [to remove clothes etc.]
abziehen [schweiz.]
to take off [to remove clothes, jewellery]
abstreifen [Kleidungs­stück]
to take off [to remove]
ablösen

entfernen

wegnehmen

absetzen [Hut]
to take off sth.
etw.Akk. abtun [ugs.]
to take off sth. [clothes]
sichDat. etw. ausziehen
to take off sth. [e.g. a lid]
etw. abheben [z. B. einen Deckel]
to take off sth. [one's coat, hat etc.]
etw.Akk. ablegen [den Mantel, Hut etc.]cloth.
to take sth. off [clothes]
etw.Akk. ausziehen [Kleidung]cloth.
to take sth. off [e.g. coat]
sich etw.Gen. entledigen [geh.] [ein Kleidungs­stück ablegen, z. B. Jackett]
to take sth. off [hat etc.]
etw. abnehmen [Hut etc.]
to take sth. off [remove]
etw.Akk. abmachen [ugs.] [entfernen]
to take sth. off sb. [rob, loot]
jdm. etw. abnehmen [rauben, im Spiel abnehmen]

take-off
Absprung {m}sports

Start {m}aviat.

Abheben {n}aviat.

Flugstart {m}aviat.

Flugzeugstart {m}aviat.

Abflug {m} [das Abheben des Flugzeugs]aviat.
take-off [imitation]
Nachahmung {f} [Parodie]

to take off (of sth.) [e.g. from a reel, coil or spool]
(von etw.) abspulen [z. B. Garn oder Draht von einer Spule]
to take off sb.'s jacket
jdm. die Jacke ausziehen
to take oneself off
sich davonmachen
to take sb. off guard [idiom]
jdn. überraschen [unvorbereitet treffen, kalt erwischen]
to take sb.'s clothes off
jdn. ausziehen

jdn. entkleiden [geh.]
to take sb./sth. (off) somewhere
ungeprüft jdn./etw. irgendwohin bringen
to take sb./sth. off sb.'s hands [idiom] [e.g. task, person]
jdm. jdn./etw. abnehmen [fig.] [z. B. Aufgabe, Person]
to take sth. off sb.'s shoulders [fig.]
jdm. etw. abnehmen [fig.]
to take time off
sichDat. frei nehmen

freimachen [nicht arbeiten]
to take time off [from work]
sichDat. freinehmen [Arbeit]

aborted take-off
Startabbruch {m}aviat.
catapult take-off
Katapultstart {m}aviat.

Schleuderstart {m}aviat.
immediate take-off
Sofortstart {m}aviat.
missile take-off
Raketenstart {m} [Abheben der Rakete vom Boden]mil.
power take-off <PTO>
Zapfwelle {f}tech.

Nebenantrieb {m}tech.
rocket take-off
Raketenstart {m} [Abheben der Rakete vom Boden]
rolling take-off [flawed take-off for vertical lift-off craft]
Anrollstart {m}aviat.
take off weight <TOW>
Startmasse {f}aviat.
take-off attempt
Startversuch {m}aviat.
take-off board
Absprungbrett {n}sports

Absprungbalken {m}sports
take-off clearance
Startfreigabe {f}aviat.
take-off direction
Startrichtung {f}aviat.
take-off distance
Startstrecke {f}aviat.
take-off mass
Startmasse {f}aviat.

Abflugmasse {f}aviat.
take-off output
Startleistung {f}aviat.
take-off path
Startflugbahn {f}aviat.
take-off power
Sprungkraft {f}
take-off ramp
Startrampe {f}
take-off reel
Abwickelspule {f}
take-off roll
Startstrecke {f}aviat.

Startrollstrecke {f}aviat.
take-off run
Startlauf {m}aviat.
take-off runway
Startbahn {f}aviat.
take-off site
Startplatz {m}aviat.
take-off speed
Abwickelgeschwindigkeit {f}

Startgeschwindigkeit {f}aviat.

Abhebegeschwindigkeit {f}aviat.

Abfluggeschwindigkeit {f}aviat.
take-off velocity
Absprunggeschwindigkeit {f}sports
take-off weight
Startgewicht {n}aviat.

Abfluggewicht {n}aviat.

clear for take-off {adj}
flugklaraviat.
ready for take-off {adj}
flugklaraviat.

startklaraviat.
Take your coat off.
Leg ab! [z. B. Mantel ausziehen, um ihn an die Garderobe zu hängen]cloth.
Take your hands off!
Tu die Hände weg! [ugs.]

to take a day off
einen arbeitsfreien Tag nehmen

(sichDat.) einen Tag freinehmen

(sichDat.) einen Tag frei nehmen

sichDat. frei nehmen [für einen Tag]
to take off (the program) [Am.]
absetzen [Stück, Film etc.]filmtheatre
to take off a discount
einen Diskont abziehen
to take off its hinges [door]
aushängen
to take off one's clothes
sich ausziehen

sich auskleiden
to take off one's coat
ablegen [den Mantel ausziehen]cloth.
to take off one's shoes
(sichDat.) die Schuhe ausziehen
to take off the gloves
die Samthandschuhe ausziehenidiom
to take off the market
aus dem Handel ziehencomm.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • By the time Scott and Irwin were ready to take off from the lunar surface and return to "Endeavour", the CSM's orbit had drifted due to the rotation of the Moon, and a plane change burn was required to ensure that the CSM's orbit would be in the same plane as that of the LM once it took off from the Moon.
  • in diameter and sub milli-g surface gravity—would make it easier for a spacecraft to land and take off again.
  • The toe picks are mainly used to help launch the skater into the air for the take-off when performing jumps.
  • Most have been designed to take off and land conventionally using a runway.
  • At the moment of take-off, two critical aspects of the dive are determined, and cannot subsequently be altered during the execution.

  • Runways and helicopter pads have to be kept snow-free to ensure safe take off and landing conditions.
  • In 2005, a mother accused her daughter's school in Derby, England, of discriminating against Christians after the teenager was suspended for refusing to take off a crucifix necklace.
  • The aircraft used reheat (afterburners) only at take-off and to pass through the upper transonic regime to supersonic speeds, between Mach 0.95 and 1.7.
  • The efficiency gains from the assembly line also coincided with the take-off of the United States.
  • Typically cartoonists are expected to produce sufficient strips to cover any period they may wish to take off.

  • Beginning in 1975, "Bert" was used for Jet Assisted Take Off (JATO) and short aerial demonstrations just prior to the main event at selected venues, but the JATO demonstration ended in 2009 due to dwindling supplies of rockets.
  • The plane clipped the fence at the end of the runway on its next take-off attempt and a wing tore through a nearby house, setting it alight.
  • The arrested-recovery system has used an angled deck since the 1950s because, in case the aircraft does not catch the arresting wire, the short deck allows easier take off by reducing the number of objects between the aircraft and the end of the runway.
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