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Baseball {m} [sport] baseball

Abwurfstelle {f} (im Baseball) [sport] mound [listen]

die Bande {f} hinter dem Schlagmal (Baseball) [sport] the backstop (behind the home plate in baseball)

Baseball-Fanghandschuh {m}; Flosse {f} [ugs.] [sport.] baseball mitt

Baseballschläger {m} [sport] baseball bat

Effetball {m}; Ball {m} mit Vorwärtsdrall; angeschnittener Ball {m} (Baseball) [sport] curve ball; curveball; curve (baseball) [listen]

Effetball {n}; Ball {m} mit Rückwärtsdrall; angeschnittener Ball {m} (Baseball) [sport] screwball (baseball)

Fänger {m} (Baseball) [sport] catcher; backstop [coll.] (baseball)

Homerun {m} [sport] (Baseball) home run (baseball)

Innenfeld {n} (beim Baseball) [sport] diamond [listen]

Schlagmal {n} (Baseball) [sport] home plate (baseball)

Spielrunde {f} im Baseball [sport] inning

Baseballhandschuh {m} [sport] baseball glove; baseball mitt

Baseballhandschuhe {pl} baseball gloves; baseball mitts

Baseballplatz {m}; Baseballfeld {n}; Baseballanlage {f} [sport] baseball ground; ballpark [Am.]

Baseballplätze {pl}; Baseballfelder {pl}; Baseballanlagen {pl} baseball grounds; ballparks

Baseballspieler {m} [sport] baseball player

Baseballspieler {pl} baseball players

Baseballstadion {n} [sport] baseball stadium; ballpark [Am.]

Baseballstadien {pl} baseball stadiums; ballparks

Heimat {f}; Zuhause {n} (von jdm./etw.) [listen] home (of/to sb./sth.) [listen]

zweite Heimat second home; home away from home

Richtung Heimat in homeward direction

Dort ist/sind ... beheimatet/angesiedelt It is the home of ... / It is home to ...

In Amerika hat der Baseball seine Heimat. America is the home of baseball.

Die Rocky Mountains sind die Heimat des Berglöwen.; Der Berglöwe ist in den Rocky Mountains beheimatet. The Rockies are the home of / are home to mountain lions.

Mütze {f}; Haube {f} [Süddt.] [Ös.]; Kappe {f} [Schw.] [textil.] [listen] [listen] cap; soft hat; hat [listen] [listen]

Mützen {pl}; Hauben {pl}; Kappen {pl} caps; soft hats; hats [listen]

Bademütze {f}; Badehaube {f}; Badekappe {f} bathing cap

Bommelmütze {f}; Bommelhaube {f}; Bommelkappe {f}; Pudelmütze {f}; Pudelhaube {f}; Plümmelmütze {f}; Poppelhaube {f} bobble hat [Br.]; bobble [Br.]; pom-pom hat [Am.]; pom-pom [Am.]; pom-pon [Am.]

Faltmütze {f} folding hat

Feldmütze {f} [mil.] field cap

Nachtmütze {f}; Schlafmütze {f} nightcap

Narrenmütze {f} [hist.] fool's cap

Pelzmütze {f} fur cap

Schiebermütze {f}; Batschkapp {f} [Hessen] [ugs.] flat cap

Schiffermütze {f}; Prinz-Heinrich-Mütze {f} German sailor's cap

Schirmmütze {f}; Baseballmütze {f}; Schildkappe {f} [BW] [Ös.]; Dächlikappe {f} [Schw.]; Base-Cap {n} baseball cap; baseball hat

Schirmmütze {f}; Seglermütze {f} peaked cap; yachting cap

Strickmütze {f} knitted hat; knit cap; beanie cap; beanie [coll.]

Tellermütze {f}; Studentenmütze {f} student cap

Waschbärmütze {f} coonskin cap

Wollmütze {f} wollen hat; woolly hat; balaclava

Zipfelmütze {f} stocking cap

Zopfmütze {f} cable hat

Schiedsrichter {m}; Schiedsrichterin {f} (Cricket; Hockey, Baseball; Badminton) [sport] [listen] umpire; ump [coll.]

Schiedsrichter {pl}; Schiedsrichterinnen {pl} [listen] umpires; umps

Schlagmann {m} [sport] (im Baseball) batter; batsman; hitter; slugger [listen]

Schlagmänner {pl} batters; batsmen; hitters; sluggers

etw. (an einen Ort) werfen; schleudern; schmeißen [ugs.] {vt} [listen] to throw {threw; thrown}; to toss; to cast {cast; cast}; to fling {flung; flung}; to pitch; to chuck [coll.]; to sling {slung; slung} [coll.]; to heave [coll.] (sth. heavy); to bung [coll.]; to peg [Am.] [coll.]; to hoy [Austr.] [coll.]; to bish [NZ] [coll.] sth. (in a place) [listen] [listen] [listen] [listen] [listen] [listen] [listen]

werfend; schleudernd; schmeißend throwing; tossing; casting; flinging; pitching; chucking; slinging; heaving; bunging; peging; hoying; bishing [listen] [listen]

geworfen; geschleudert; geschmissen thrown; tossed; cast; flung; pitched; chucked; slung; heaved; bunged; peged; hoyed; bished [listen] [listen] [listen]

du wirfst you throw

er/sie wirft he/she throws

ich/er/sie warf I/he/she threw [listen]

wir/sie warfen we/they threw [listen]

er/sie hat/hatte geworfen he/she has/had thrown

ich/er/sie würfe I/he/she would throw

wirf! throw!

einen Stein werfen to throw/toss/cast a stone

seine Tasche auf das Sofa werfen to toss your bag on to the sofa

einen Ziegel durch die Fensterscheibe werfen to hurl a brick through the window glass

seinen Hut in die Luft werfen to fling your hat into the air

seine Schuhe quer durchs Zimmer schleudern to fling your shoes across the room

etw. nach jdm. schmeißen to chuck sth. at sb. [coll.]

jdn. ins Gefängnis werfen to fling sb. into prison

ein paar Bälle werfen (Baseball) to pitch a few balls (baseball)

Sie stürzte sich begeistert in die Arbeit. She hurled herself into the job with enthusiasm.

wild; verbissen; fanatisch {adj} [listen] rabid

wilde Spekulationen rabid speculations

ein fanatischer Baseballfan a rabid baseball fan

Baseballcap {n}; Baseballkappe {f} [textil.] baseball cap

Baseballcaps {n}; Baseballkappen {pl} baseball caps