Lexis Rex Startseite

Lexis Rex - Englisch

Englisches Wort des Tages




Englisch > Deutsch
     1. Substantiv:
     2. [1] Wetter: eine abgegrenzte Masse aus sichtbarem Wasserdampf, welcher in der Luft schwebt
     3. [2] ein Masse (große Menge) von Rauch, Staub, Sand die in der Luft schwebt
     4. [3] eine große Anzahl von Insekten, die zusammen durch die Luft fliegen
     5. [4] optischer Fehler innerhalb einer durchsichtigen Masse
     6. [5] etwas, das ein Grund ist für Unglücklichsein oder auch Ungewissheit
           [1] Black clouds appeared from the west.
             Schwarze Wolken zogen von Westen auf.
Englisch > Englisch
     1. subst. (obsolete) A rock; boulder; a hill.
     2. subst. A visible mass of water droplets suspended in the air.
     3. subst. Any mass of dust, steam or smoke resembling such a mass.
     4. subst. Anything which makes things foggy or gloomy.
     5. subst. (figurative) Anything unsubstantial.
     6. subst. A dark spot on a lighter material or background.
     7. subst. A group or swarm, especially suspended above the ground or flying.
           He opened the door and was greeted by a cloud of bats.
     8. subst. An elliptical shape or symbol whose outline is a series of semicircles, supposed to resemble a cloud.
           The comic-book character's thoughts appeared in a cloud above his head.
     9. subst. (computing, with "the") The Internet, regarded as an abstract amorphous omnipresent space for processing and storage, the focus of cloud computing.
     10. subst. (figuratively) A negative or foreboding aspect of something positive: see every cloud has a silver lining or every silver lining has a cloud.
     11. subst. (slang) Crystal methamphetamine.
     12. subst. A large, loosely-knitted headscarf worn by women.
     13. v. (intransitive) To become foggy or gloomy, or obscured from sight.
           The glass clouds when you breathe on it.
     14. v. To overspread or hide with a cloud or clouds.
           The sky is clouded.
     15. v. To make obscure.
           All this talk about human rights is clouding the real issue.
     16. v. To make less acute or perceptive.
           Your emotions are clouding your judgement.
           The tears began to well up and cloud my vision.
     17. v. To make gloomy or sullen.
     18. v. To blacken; to sully; to stain; to tarnish (reputation or character).
     19. v. To mark with, or darken in, veins or sports; to variegate with colours.
           to cloud yarn
     20. v. (intransitive) To become marked, darkened or variegated in this way.
Deutsch > Englisch
     1. n-f. cloud, a visible mass of condensed water droplets in the air
           Der Himmel ist heute von Wolken bedeckt. - The sky is covered in clouds today.
     2. n-f. cloud, made of steam, ash, smoke or anything that resembles such a mass
           Bei Vulkanausbrüchen entstehen meist riesige Aschewolken. - During volcanic eruptions, vast ash clouds do often appear.
     3. n-f. nebula, enormous masses of interstellar dust and hydrogen in outerspace (may also be Nebel in this sense)
           Interstellare Staubwolken sind häufig die Kinderstuben neuer Sterne. - Interstellar nebulae are often the cradles for new stars.



Wouldn't it be great to be a cloud
All of this strikes you like a cloud of worthlessness. 
Here, indeed, was a great cloud of witnesses of the crowning. 
Nothing changed externally, but it was very much like a clearing of the final cloud of mist. 
Points nozzle and releases cloud of carbon dioxide. 

Die vorherigen Wörter ansehen

Spiele und Übungen
Wort des Tages

Das Wort des Tages abonnieren