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noun plural

  • 1 acoustics

    1) ( noun plural the characteristics (eg of a room or hall) which make hearing in it good or bad.) akustik
    2) ( noun singular the science of sound.) akustik
    * * *
    1) ( noun plural the characteristics (eg of a room or hall) which make hearing in it good or bad.) akustik
    2) ( noun singular the science of sound.) akustik

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  • 2 acrobatics

    noun plural (acrobatic performances.) akrobatik
    * * *
    noun plural (acrobatic performances.) akrobatik

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  • 3 aerobatics

    [eərə'bætiks]
    (acrobatics performed by an aircraft or high in the air.) luftakrobatik
    * * *
    [eərə'bætiks]
    (acrobatics performed by an aircraft or high in the air.) luftakrobatik

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  • 4 algae

    noun, plural
    (alga ['ælɡə] singular a group of simple plants which includes seaweed.) alger
    * * *
    noun, plural
    (alga ['ælɡə] singular a group of simple plants which includes seaweed.) alger

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  • 5 alms

    (money etc given to the poor.) almisse
    * * *
    (money etc given to the poor.) almisse

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  • 6 annals

    ['ænlz]
    (yearly historical accounts of events: This king is mentioned several times in annals of the period.) årbog; annaler
    * * *
    ['ænlz]
    (yearly historical accounts of events: This king is mentioned several times in annals of the period.) årbog; annaler

    English-Danish dictionary > annals

  • 7 antics

    ['æntiks]
    (odd or amusing behaviour: The children laughed at the monkey's antics.) narrestreger; krumspring; løjer
    * * *
    ['æntiks]
    (odd or amusing behaviour: The children laughed at the monkey's antics.) narrestreger; krumspring; løjer

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  • 8 archives

    ((a place for keeping) old documents, historical records etc.) arkiv
    * * *
    ((a place for keeping) old documents, historical records etc.) arkiv

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  • 9 arms

    1) (weapons: Does the police force carry arms?) (skyde)våben
    2) (a design etc which is used as the symbol of the town, family etc (see also coat of arms).) våbenmærke
    * * *
    1) (weapons: Does the police force carry arms?) (skyde)våben
    2) (a design etc which is used as the symbol of the town, family etc (see also coat of arms).) våbenmærke

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  • 10 arrangements

    noun plural (plans; preparations: Have you made any arrangments for a meeting with him?; funeral arrangements.) aftaler; forberedelser
    * * *
    noun plural (plans; preparations: Have you made any arrangments for a meeting with him?; funeral arrangements.) aftaler; forberedelser

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  • 11 arrears

    [ə'riəz]
    (money which should have been paid because it is owed but which has not been paid: rent arrears.) gæld
    * * *
    [ə'riəz]
    (money which should have been paid because it is owed but which has not been paid: rent arrears.) gæld

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  • 12 arts

    noun plural ((often with capital) languages, literature, history, as opposed to scientific subjects.) humanistiske fag
    * * *
    noun plural ((often with capital) languages, literature, history, as opposed to scientific subjects.) humanistiske fag

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  • 13 ashes

    noun plural (the remains of a human body after cremation: Her ashes were scattered at sea.) aske
    * * *
    noun plural (the remains of a human body after cremation: Her ashes were scattered at sea.) aske

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  • 14 assets

    noun plural (the total property, money etc of a person, company etc.) aktiver; værdier; formue
    * * *
    noun plural (the total property, money etc of a person, company etc.) aktiver; værdier; formue

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  • 15 audio-visual aids

    noun plural (films, recordings etc used in teaching.) audiovisuel
    * * *
    noun plural (films, recordings etc used in teaching.) audiovisuel

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  • 16 bacteria

    singular - bacterium; noun plural
    (organisms not able to be seen except under a microscope, found in rotting matter, in air, in soil and in living bodies, some being the germs of disease: a throat infection caused by bacteria.) bakterier
    - bacteriological
    - bacteriologist
    * * *
    singular - bacterium; noun plural
    (organisms not able to be seen except under a microscope, found in rotting matter, in air, in soil and in living bodies, some being the germs of disease: a throat infection caused by bacteria.) bakterier
    - bacteriological
    - bacteriologist

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  • 17 bagpipes

    (a wind instrument consisting of a bag fitted with pipes, played in Scotland etc: He wants to learn to play the bagpipes.) sækkepibe
    * * *
    (a wind instrument consisting of a bag fitted with pipes, played in Scotland etc: He wants to learn to play the bagpipes.) sækkepibe

    English-Danish dictionary > bagpipes

  • 18 ball-bearings

    noun plural (in machinery etc, small steel balls that help the revolving of one part over another.) kugle
    * * *
    noun plural (in machinery etc, small steel balls that help the revolving of one part over another.) kugle

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  • 19 bearings

    noun plural (location, place on a map etc; The island's bearings are 10° North, 24° West.) position; orientering
    * * *
    noun plural (location, place on a map etc; The island's bearings are 10° North, 24° West.) position; orientering

    English-Danish dictionary > bearings

  • 20 bedclothes

    [-kləu‹, ]( American[) -kləuz]
    noun plural (sheets, blankets etc.) sengetøj
    * * *
    [-kləu‹, ]( American[) -kləuz]
    noun plural (sheets, blankets etc.) sengetøj

    English-Danish dictionary > bedclothes

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