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 Übersetzung für 'waddling' von Englisch nach Deutsch
VERB   to waddle | waddled | waddled
waddling | waddles
waddling {adj} {pres-p}watschelnd
145
waddling {adj} {pres-p}schwankend
10
med.
waddling gait
Entengang {m}
med.
waddling gait
Watschelgang {m}
med.
waddling gait [dystrophic gait]
Watscheln {n}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Myopathic gait (or waddling gait) is a form of gait abnormality.
  • The nickname "Galloping Goose" was soon applied to these vehicles, reportedly based on their waddling motion and honking horn.
  • Like other parrots, cockatoos have short legs, strong claws, a waddling gait and often use their strong bill as a third limb when climbing through branches.
  • In this same survey, several migratory bufflehead were viewed waddling in a pool below one of Hunt Marsh's several beaver dams.
  • The "Q" stands for "quack", a reference to the wide stance and waddling gait of ducks.

  • Pseudoachondroplasia is usually first detected by a drop of linear growth in contrast to peers, a waddling gait or arising lower limb deformities.
  • Penguins are popular around the world for their unusually upright, waddling gait, their cuteness, their swimming ability and (compared with other birds) their lack of fear toward humans.
  • Bilateral loss of the small gluteal muscles results in a waddling gait.
  • He is nicknamed "Ente" (German for "duck") due to his waddling.
  • He is known affectionately as "El Pato" in Spanish "("The Duck")" for his waddling gait.

  • On rough or broken pavement, anti-roll bars can produce jarring, side-to-side body motions (a "waddling" sensation), which increase in severity with the diameter and stiffness of the sway bars.
  • The area previously hosted a children's traffic park founded in 1956 and a waddling pool with a water slide.
  • The patient has a typical "waddling" gait. However, these physical signs may derive from a previous osteomalacial state, since bones do not regain their original shape after they become deformed.
  • If there is a bilateral involvement the child might have a waddling gait or trendelenburg gait with an increased lumbar lordosis.
  • Later that year, Beals was hired as a staff photographer by the "Buffalo Inquirer" and "The Buffalo Courier", after impressing the editor with a photograph of ducks waddling in a row entitled "On to Albany."

  • Penguins are widely considered endearing for their unusually upright, waddling gait, swimming ability and (compared to other birds) lack of fear of humans.
  • Awaiting release from prison, the Penguin, the "pompous, waddling master of fowl play", schemes to get Batman to plan his crimes for him; his first step is to attract Batman's attention.
  • The disorder is usually diagnosed shortly after birth; affected children have a delayed motor development, waddling gait, difficulties walking, sometimes develop spasticity.
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