Übersetzung für 'wade' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   wade | wades
VERB   to wade | waded | waded
wading | wades
SYNO Virginia Wade | Wade
to wadewaten
the Wade
Wadi {n} [Trockental]
2 Wörter
to wade in [coll.] [to join a fistfight etc.]dazwischenschlagen [ugs.]
to wade into sth.
etw. in Angriff nehmen
to wade through sth.etw. durchwaten
to wade through sth.durch etw. waten
Mount Wade
Mount Wade {m}
Wade's rule
Wade-Regel {f}
3 Wörter
Wade-Mingos rules
Wade-Mingos-Regeln {pl}
4 Wörter
to wade into a problemein Problem angehen
to wade into a problem ein Problem angreifen [seltener neben: ... angehen]
to wade through a textsich durch einen Text arbeiten
Fiktion (Literatur und Film)
The Law and Jake Wade [John Sturges]
Der Schatz des Gehenkten
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  • Wade {f} = calf [Sura]
  • Wade {f} = sura [calf]
  • Wade {f} [Zugnetz] = seine
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Surf fishing, or wade fishing, is a popular activity in Oso Bay due to its shallow depth.
  • Each May, former Maryland State Senator Bernie Fowler has held a "wade-in" at Broomes Island, where he and others would walk into the waters of the Patuxent River until their feet were no longer visible.
  • Evers also encouraged Dr. Gilbert Mason Sr. in his organizing of the Biloxi wade-ins from 1959 to 1963, protests against segregation of the city's public beaches on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
  • The Sheshequin Path was used as a part of the Underground Railroad until the American Civil War began in 1861. Escaped slaves would often wade in creeks to hide their scent from pursuing bloodhounds.
  • Waterproofed versions have a snorkel that allows the vehicle to wade through water up to windscreen level.

  • Jackson Women's Health Organization", which signaled the Court was positioned to overrule "Roe v. Wade", the 1973 decision that declared abortion a right in the constitution.
  • During the late 1980s, Wade managed Senegal, taking charge of the team at the 1987 All-Africa Games and the 1988 Amílcar Cabral Cup.
  • Segregation excluded African Americans from area beaches. In 1951, Newtown residents organized wade-ins to protest their exclusion from Lido Beach and other areas.
  • Dr. Mason is most notable for organizing and participating in Mississippi's first nonviolent civil disobedience action, known as the Biloxi wade-ins, which took place from 1959 to 1963.
  • This causes the men to think that they have to wade (German: wate) through the water.

  • The scene in Rome where MacLaine and Plummer wade into the Trevi Fountain is shot in black and white, to mimic the corresponding scene in "La Dolce Vita".
  • "Sakumtha" is from the Kimsquit dialect of the Nuxalk language and means "to wade across".
  • Only a very narrow channel, called the Geggles separates Inchcruin from Inchmoan. At only [...] deep, it is sometimes possible to wade between the islands.
  • The second element of the name is from the Old Norse [...] , meaning 'ford' (which is cognate with the modern English word "wade").
  • "Ptychadena wadei" is a species of frog in the family Ptychadenidae.

  • Ra, a small island of [...] , is located [...] off the southern coast of Mota Lava. It is attached to it by high corals that one can wade through at low tide.
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