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  • 1 jingle

    '‹iŋɡl 1. noun
    1) (a slight metallic ringing sound (made eg by coins or by small bells): The dog pricked up its ears at the jingle of its master's keys.) klirring, bjelleklang
    2) (a simple rhyming verse or tune: nursery rhymes and other little jingles; advertising jingles.) barnerim, regle; slagord
    2. verb
    (to (cause to) make a clinking or ringing sound; He jingled the coins in his pocket.) klirre, rasle
    klirre
    --------
    ringle
    I
    subst. \/ˈdʒɪŋɡl\/
    1) klirring, rasling, skramling, klingklang
    2) barnerim, sangsnutt, regle
    3) (irsk eller austr.) lukket vogn med to hjul
    jingles regler, rim, sangsnutter utilsiktet repetisjon av ord eller melodi
    II
    verb \/ˈdʒɪŋɡl\/
    1) klirre (med), rasle (med)
    2) ( nedsettende om vers eller prosa) rime, være full av (bokstav)rim

    English-Norwegian dictionary > jingle

  • 2 burn

    bə:n 1. past tense, past participles - burned, burnt; verb
    1) (to destroy, damage or injure by fire, heat, acid etc: The fire burned all my papers; I've burnt the meat.) brenne
    2) (to use as fuel.) brenne
    3) (to make (a hole etc) by fire, heat, acid etc: The acid burned a hole in my dress.) brenne
    4) (to catch fire: Paper burns easily.) ta fyr
    2. noun
    (an injury or mark caused by fire etc: His burns will take a long time to heal; a burn in the carpet.) brannsår, forbrenning
    brannsår
    --------
    brenne
    --------
    forbrenne
    --------
    svi
    I
    subst. \/bɜːn\/
    1) brannskade, brannsår, forbrenning
    2) brennende følelse, sviing
    3) ( om brensel) forbrenning
    4) (f.eks. på tøy) brent flekk, brennflekk
    a slow burn voksende sinne, ulmende sinne
    II
    subst. \/bɜːn\/
    ( skotsk) bekk
    III
    verb ( burnt - burnt eller burned - burned) \/bɜːn\/
    1) brenne, forbrenne, svi, brenne opp, fyre med, bli brent
    2) være (glo)varm, ha feber
    you're burning!
    3) bli solbrent
    4) ( om lyskilde) lyse, gløde, brenne
    5) dø på bålet
    6) (amer., slang) bli henrettet i den elektriske stol
    7) (amer., slang) lure, snyte, svindle
    be burnt out bli hjemløs p.g.a. brann
    burn calories ( fysiologi) forbrenne kalorier
    burn daylight kaste bort tiden
    burn down brenne opp, brenne ned (om hus e.l.), legge i aske
    burn for lengte etter
    burn into svi (seg) inn i, brenne (seg) inn i (hukommelsen e.l.)
    burn off svi, brenne opp, fyre opp, brenne av, svi av
    burn oneself out bli utbrent, være ute av stand til å yte noe mer
    if she doesn't slow down, she will burn herself out
    hvis hun ikke tar det litt mer med ro, vil hun bli fullstendig utbrent
    burn one's boats eller burn one's bridges brenne broene bak seg, brenne alle broer, brenne sine skip
    burn out brenne ut, brenne ned, bli fullstendig utbrent (om bygning)
    burn one's candle at both ends brenne sitt lys i begge ender, påta seg for mye
    burn the midnight oil arbeide til langt på natt, jobbe ut i de små timer
    burn to lengte etter å, brenne etter å
    burn up brenne opp flamme opp
    burn someone up (slang, amer.) irritere noen grenseløst, gjøre noen rasende
    burn rubber rase avgårde i full fart, kappkjøre
    burn with anger\/curiosity brenne av sinne\/nysgjerrighet
    have money to burn ( hverdagslig) være stinn av gryn

    English-Norwegian dictionary > burn

  • 3 Hans

    <mvhcl.safe> (e.g. on some NASCAR cars) ■ Hans-System n

    English-german technical dictionary > Hans

  • 4 Hans

    n. Hans (voornaam)

    English-Dutch dictionary > Hans

  • 5 Hans Adolf Krebs

    n. Hans Adolf Krebs (1900-1981) Duits geboren Engelse biochemicus naar wie de Krebscyclus werd genoemd, winnaar van de Nobelprijs in 1953

    English-Dutch dictionary > Hans Adolf Krebs

  • 6 Hans Christian Andersen

    Hans Christiaan Andersen (deens sprookjesschrijver)

    English-Dutch dictionary > Hans Christian Andersen

  • 7 Hans

    n. Hans (förnamn)

    English-Swedish dictionary > Hans

  • 8 Hans Christian Andersen

    Hans Christian Andersen (dansk författare mest känd för sina sagor)

    English-Swedish dictionary > Hans Christian Andersen

  • 9 Hans

    • Hans

    English-Czech dictionary > Hans

  • 10 Hans Arp

    s.
    Juan Arp, Hans Arp.

    Nuevo Diccionario Inglés-Español > Hans Arp

  • 11 Hans Holbein

    s.
    Juan Holbein, Hans Holbein.

    Nuevo Diccionario Inglés-Español > Hans Holbein

  • 12 Hans

    1. n Ганс
    2. n разг. немец; голландец

    English-Russian base dictionary > Hans

  • 13 Haupt, Hans

    [br]
    fl. c.1930 Berlin, Germany
    [br]
    German inventor of the telescopic umbrella.
    [br]
    Few biographical details are known of Hans Haupt, other than that he invented the telescopic umbrella in Berlin in 1930. His device gave protection from rain and sun similar to that provided by Samuel Fox's lightweight steel-framed device of 1874, but it was much more compact when folded.
    [br]
    Further Reading
    There is a brief mention in I.McNeil (ed.), 1990, An Encyclopaedia of the History of Technology, London: Routledge, p. 853; and in C.Singer (ed.), 1958, A History of Technology, Vol. IV, Oxford: Clarendon Press.
    RLH

    Biographical history of technology > Haupt, Hans

  • 14 Poelzig, Hans

    [br]
    b. 1869 Berlin, Germany
    d. June 1936 Berlin, Germany
    [br]
    German teacher and practising architect, the most notable individualistic exponent of the German Expressionist movement in the modern school.
    [br]
    In the last decade of the nineteenth century and in the first of the twentieth, Poelzig did not, like most of his colleagues in Germany and Austria, follow the Jugendstil theme or the eclectic or fundamentalist lines: he set a path to individualism. In 1898 he began a teaching career at the Breslau (now Wroclaw, Poland) Academy of Arts and Crafts, remaining there until 1916. He early introduced workshop practice into the curriculum, presaging Gropius's Bauhaus ideas by many years; the school's workshop produced much of the artisan needs for a number of his buildings. From Breslau Poelzig moved to Dresden, where he was appointed City Architect. It was there that he launched his Expressionist line: which was particularly evident in the town hall and concert hall in the city. The structure for which Poelzig is best known and with which his name will always be associated is the Großes Schauspielhaus in Berlin; he had returned to his native city after the First World War and this great theatre was his first commission there. Using modern materials, he created a fabulous interior to seat 5,000 spectators. It was in the form of a vast amphitheatre with projecting stage and with the curving area roofed by a cavernous, stalactited dome, the Arabic-style stalactites of which were utilized by Poelzig for acoustic purposes. In the 1920s Poelzig went on to design cinemas, a field for which Expressionism was especially suited; these included the Capitol Cinema in Berlin and the Deli in Breslau. For his later industrial commissions—for example, the administrative building for the chemical firm I.G.Far ben in Frankfurt—he had perforce to design in more traditional modern manner.
    Poelzig died in 1936, which spared him, unlike many of his contemporaries, the choice of emigrating or working for National Socialism.
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    Further Reading
    Dennis Sharp, 1966, Modern Architecture and Expressionism, Longmans.
    Theodor Heuss, 1966, Hans Poelzig: Lebensbild eines Baumeister, Tübingen, Germany: Wunderlich.
    DY

    Biographical history of technology > Poelzig, Hans

  • 15 Renold, Hans

    [br]
    b. 31 July 1852 Aarau, Switzerland
    d. 2 May 1943 Grange-over-Sands, Lancashire, England
    [br]
    Swiss (naturalized British 1881) mechanical engineer, inventor and pioneer of the precision chain industry.
    [br]
    Hans Renold was educated at the cantonal school of his native town and at the Polytechnic in Zurich. He worked in two or three small workshops during the polytechnic vacations and served an apprenticeship of eighteen months in an engineering works at Neuchâtel, Switzerland. After a short period of military service he found employment as a draughtsman in an engineering firm at Saint-Denis, near Paris, from 1871 to 1873. In 1873 Renold moved first to London and then to Manchester as a draughtsman and inspector with a firm of machinery exporters. From 1877 to 1879 he was a partner in his own firm of machine exporters. In 1879 he purchased a small firm in Salford making chain for the textile industry. At about this time J.K.Starley introduced the "safety" bicycle, which, however, lacked a satisfactory drive chain. Renold met this need with the invention of the bush roller chain, which he patented in 1880. The new chain formed the basis of the precision chain industry: the business expanded and new premises were acquired in Brook Street, Manchester, in 1881. In the same year Renold became a naturalized British subject.
    Continued expansion of the business necessitated the opening of a new factory in Brook Street in 1889. The factory was extended in 1895, but by 1906 more accommodation was needed and a site of 11 ½ acres was acquired in the Manchester suburb of Burnage: the move to the new building was finally completed in 1914. Over the years, further developments in the techniques of chain manufacture were made, including the invention in 1895 of the inverted tooth or silent chain. Renold made his first visit to America in 1891 to study machine-tool developments and designed for his own works special machine tools, including centreless grinding machines for dealing with wire rods up to 10 ft (3 m) in length.
    The business was established as a private limited company in 1903 and merged with the Coventry Chain Company Ltd in 1930. Good industrial relations were always of concern to Renold and he established a 48-hour week as early as 1896, in which year a works canteen was opened. Joint consultation with shop stewards date2 from 1917. Renold was elected a Member of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers in 1902 and in 1917 he was made a magistrate of the City of Manchester.
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    Principal Honours and Distinctions
    Honorary DSc University of Manchester 1940.
    Further Reading
    Basil H.Tripp, 1956, Renold Chains: A History of the Company and the Rise of the Precision Chain Industry 1879–1955, London.
    J.J.Guest, 1915, Grinding Machinery, London, pp. 289, 380 (describes grinding machines developed by Renold).
    RTS

    Biographical history of technology > Renold, Hans

  • 16 Hans

    (сокр. от Johannes) Ганс (разговорное) немец, голландец( устаревшее) Ганза, Ганзейский союз

    Большой англо-русский и русско-английский словарь > Hans

  • 17 hans

    I [hɑ:ns] n
    1. (сокр. от Johannes) Ганс
    2. разг. немец; голландец
    II [hæns] уст. = Hanse

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  • 18 Gadamer, Hans Georg

    перс.
    фил., соц. Гадамер, Ганс Георг (1900-2002; немецкий социальный философ, основатель феноменологической герменевтики)
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    Англо-русский экономический словарь > Gadamer, Hans Georg

  • 19 Kelsen, Hans

    перс.
    пол., юр. Кельзен, Ханс (1881-1973; австрийский юрист, в 1917-40 профессор Венского, Кельнского, Женевского университетов, с 1942 профессор Калифорнийского университета (США); один из основателей нормативизма в праве; выдвинул идею "чистого учения о праве"; противник концепции естественного права)
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    Англо-русский экономический словарь > Kelsen, Hans

  • 20 Morgenthau, Hans Joachim

    перс.
    пол. Моргентау, Ганс Йоахим (1904-1980; американский теоретик международных отношений немецкого происхождения; c 1937 г. жил и работал в США; глава школы политического реализма; выдвинул концепцию биполярности послевоенного мира; вел курс политологии в Бруклинском колледже, университете Канзас-Сити, Чикагском университете, Колледже города Нью-Йорка; c 1974 г. работал в Новой школе социологии; из его трудов наиболее известна книга "Politics among Nations", 1948)
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    Англо-русский экономический словарь > Morgenthau, Hans Joachim


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