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 Übersetzung für 'to be eroded' von Englisch nach Deutsch
to be eroded {adj} [postpos.]abzutragend
Teiltreffer
eroded {adj} {past-p}erodiert
348
agr.geol.
eroded {adj} {past-p}
abgetragen [erodiert]
9
eroded {adj} {past-p}ausgefressen [zerfressen]
23
eroded {adj} {past-p}angefressen
415
sth. erodedetw. erodierte
8
sth. erodedetw. fraß weg
sth. erodedetw. zerfraß
10
eroded {adj} {past-p} [by water]ausgewaschen
37
until sth. erodedbis etw. wegfraß
to not be the be-all and end-all of / in / to sth. [idiom] [the best solution for sth.] nicht der Weisheit letzter Schluss in Sachen etw.Nom. sein [Redewendung]
to bestecken [ugs.] [sich befinden]
64
to besein
2641
to bestehen [sich befinden; geschrieben, gedruckt sein]
87
to besich befinden [konkret an einem bestimmten Ort]
to be pendinganstehen [angesetzt sein]
to be attentiveaufmerksam sein
to be attentivewachsam sein
to be admittedeingelassen werden
to be abundant Legion sein [geh.] [in großer Zahl vorhanden sein]
relig.
to be baptized
sichAkk. taufen lassen
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The basin became deeper (especially at the base of the headwall) as it continued to be eroded by abrasion.
  • The esthetic use and the pristine glory of the natural resources, the environment and the eco-systems of our country cannot be permitted to be eroded for private, commercial or any other use unless the courts find it necessary in good faith, for the public good and in public interest to encroach upon the said resources.
  • These reforms look to combat grade inflation, where the proportion of students achieving the highest grades increases year upon year, causing the value of those grades to be eroded.
  • Some authors believe that there was an unconformity during the Brioverian succession, as there are phtanite stones in the upper parts believed to be eroded from the lower parts, but this is still inconclusive.
  • In his paper, he explained his theory that the Earth must be much older than had previously been supposed to allow enough time for mountains to be eroded and for sediments to form new rocks at the bottom of the sea, which in turn were raised up to become dry land.

  • The sides of the volcanoes have been heavily glaciated leaving a number of cirques which were initially thought to be eroded craters.
  • The expansion of suffrage, together with the loss of the old guard that had dominated Luxembourgian politics for the previous thirty years, caused the Liberal League's political base to be eroded.
  • Betskoy's influence continued unabated until the late 1780s when Catherine's tolerance towards the ideas of the Enlightenment began to be eroded and Betskoy was declared "reverting to childhood" on account of his advanced age.
  • Mostly found in low-lying areas because steep slopes in arid regions tend to be eroded back to bedrock.
  • After the Conservative Party took power in 1979 under Margaret Thatcher's leadership, the NEB's powers began to be eroded.

  • There are numerous discontinuities in the beds, where they were raised high enough to be eroded, then lowered to have more sediments added on top near Cumberland Falls, 400 feet below the top of the formation, going by the age of the bedrock which has moved less than a tenth of an inch for the last 300 million years, caused mainly by lateral erosion of the plateau.
  • The convoluted and picturesque streets of the inner city remain almost intact, but the rapid demolition and frequently illegal rebuilding taking place throughout the city is causing the historic fabric to be eroded and replaced by inferior constructions.
  • Her discomfort with sexuality "sensuality" begins to be eroded, at least intellectually.
  • Although the penalty is zero at static conditions, it rapidly increases with flight speed causing the net thrust to be eroded.
  • , leaving some of the slide to be eroded by the surf.

  • Leading up to the elections, the EFCC's autonomy had been perceived to be eroded by the Presidency and used as a tool against the President's political enemies.
  • In his paper, he explained his theory that the Earth must be much older than had previously been supposed to allow enough time for mountains to be eroded and for sediments to form new rocks at the bottom of the sea, which in turn were raised up to become dry land.
  • Forests like the Baikanthapur with all their diversity of life and value in moderating water flow continue to be eroded by the growing human population.
  • It has been shown that the obliquities of exoplanets in the habitable zone around low-mass stars tend to be eroded in less than 109 years, which means that they would not have seasons [...] as Earth has.
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