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stone band Mittel {n} [min.]

ore shoot reiches Mittel

veinstone; sterile mass taubes Mittel

stone [Br.]; (hard) pit [Am.] (of a stone fruit) [listen] [listen] Obstkern {m}; Kern {m}; Stein {m} (einer Steinfrucht) [listen] [listen]

stones; pits Obstkerne {pl}; Kerne {pl}; Steine {pl}

stone; rock [Am.] (small piece of rock) [listen] Stein {m} (einzelnes Stück) [listen]

stones; rocks Steine {pl}

trapped stone eingeklemmter Stein (im Reifen)

ratchel kleiner Stein

the philosophers' stone der Stein der Weisen

It was a load off his mind. Ihm fiel ein Stein vom Herzen. [übtr.]

stone (material for building and hewing) [listen] Stein {m} (Material zum Bauen und Behauen) [art] [constr.] [listen]

stones Steine {pl}

springer; springing stone; cushion; rein [listen] [listen] Kämpfer {m} (oberster Stein des Widerlagers eines Gewölbebogens) [constr.]

stone's throw [fig.] Katzensprung {m} [übtr.]

The park is only a stone's throw away. Der Park ist nur einen Katzensprung entfernt.

It is only a stone's throw away. Es ist ja nur ein Katzensprung.

It's only a stone's throw from here. Es ist nur einen Katzensprung entfernt.

only a short hop nur ein Katzensprung

stone; stony steinern {adj}

to stone steinigen {vt}

stoning steinigend

stoned gesteinigt

stones steinigt

stoned steinigte

to stone sth.; to pit sth. [Am.] (stone fruit) etw. entkernen; entsteinen; aussteinen {vt} (Steinobst)

stoning; pitting entkernend; entsteinend; aussteinend

stoned; pitted entkernt; entsteint; ausgesteint

stone setted [Br.] [Austr.] [NZ]; setted [Br.] [Austr.] [NZ]; cobblestoned [Am.]; cobbled [Am.] (road building) gepflastert; Pflaster... {adj} (Straßenbau) [constr.]

stone setted street; setted street; cobblestoned street; cobbled street gepflasterte Straße

stone setted courtyard; setted courtyard; cobblestoned courtyard; cobbled courtyard gepflasterter Innenhof

stone loach Bachschmerle {f}; (gewöhnliche) Schmerle {f}; Bartgrundel {f} (Barbatula barbatula, Noemacheilus barbatulus) [zool.]

stone loaches Bachschmerlen {pl}; Schmerlen {pl}; Bartgrundeln {pl}

stone man Gesteinshauer {m}; Vortriebshauer {m} [min.]

stone men Gesteinshauer {pl}; Vortriebshauer {pl}

stone plants; pebble plants; living stones; carpet weeds; mesembs (botanical family) Mittagsblumengewächse {pl}; Mittagsblumen {pl}; Lebende Steine {pl} (Aizoaceae/Ficoidaceae) (botanische Familie) [bot.]

stone ejector Steinabweiser {m}

stone building Steinbau {m}

stone buildings Steinbauten {pl}

stone crusher; stone breaker; rock crusher Steinbrecher {m} [techn.]

stone crushers; stone breakers; rock crushers Steinbrecher {pl}

stone skipping Steinehüpfen {n}; Ditschen {n} [ugs.]; Pfitscheln {n} [ugs.]

stone fruit Steinfrucht {f}

stone cellar Steinkeller {m}

stone cellars Steinkeller {pl}

stone cist Steinkiste {f}

stone cists Steinkisten {pl}

stone circle Steinkreis {m} [hist.]

stone circles Steinkreise {pl}

stone louse (cartoon character) Steinlaus {f} (Zeichentrickfigur)

stone lice Steinläuse {pl}

stone fruit (plural-only noun) Steinobst {n} (Mehrzahlwort) [bot.] [agr.]

stone fruit plants (botanical tribe) Steinobstgewächse {pl} (Amygdaleae) (botanische Tribus) [bot.]

stone crush trap Steinquetschfalle {f} [ornith.]

stone crush traps Steinquetschfallen {pl}

stone chute Steinrutsche {f}; Steinschütte {f}

stone chutes Steinrutschen {pl}; Steinschütten {pl}

stone cutter Steinschleifer {m}

stone cutters Steinschleifer {pl}

stone shingle Steinschindel {f} [constr.]

stone shingles Steinschindeln {pl}

stone bolt Steinschraube {f} [techn.]

stone bolts Steinschrauben {pl}

stone splitter Steinspaltmaschine {f}

stone splitters Steinspaltmaschinen {pl}

stone point Steinspitze {f}

stone points Steinspitzen {pl}

stone chip; stone spall; stone gallet Steinsplitter {m}

stone chips; stone spalls; stone gallets Steinsplitter {pl}

stone chip Steinsplitter {m}

stone chips Steinsplitter {pl}

stone tablet Steintafel {f} [hist.]

stone tablets Steintafeln {pl}

stone cutter Steintrennmaschine {f}

stone cutters Steintrennmaschinen {pl}

stone wall; rock wall Steinwand {f}

stone tool Steinwerkzeug {n}

Stone Age Steinzeit {f} [hist.] [geol.]

Neolithic Age jüngere Steinzeit

stone in the nasolacrimal duct; rhinodacryolith Tränennasengangstein {m}; Tränengangstein {m}; Rhinodakryolith {m} [med.]

stone parsley Würzsilie {f}; Gewürzdolde {f} [ugs.]; Muskatkraut {n} (Sison amomum) [bot.]

Stone Age ...; from the Stone Age steinzeitlich {adj} [hist.]

stone deaf; as deaf as a post stocktaub {adj}

stone dead {adj} mausetot {adj} [ugs.]

stone cold; stone-cold {adj} eiskalt {adj}

stone curlew Triel {m} (Burhinus oedicnemus) [ornith.]

stone partridge Felsenhenne {f} [ornith.]

stone dust Gesteinsstaub {m}

stone drain Steindrainage {f}

stone meteorite; stony meteorite; aerolite; asiderite Steinmeteorit {m} [astron.]

stone meteorites; stony meteorites; aerolites; asiderites Steinmeteoriten {pl}

stone desert; stony desert; stony waste; rock(y) desert; hammada (Sahara) Steinwüste {f} [geogr.]

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