English-German translation for "spear"

"spear" German translation

spear
[spi(r)]noun | Substantiv s

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  • (Wurf)Speermasculine | Maskulinum m
    spear
    Lanzefeminine | Femininum f
    spear
    spear
  • Speer-, Lanzenspitzefeminine | Femininum f
    spear spearhead
    spear spearhead
  • (Art) Fischspeermasculine | Maskulinum m
    spear for catching fish
    spear for catching fish
  • Speer-, Lanzenträgermasculine | Maskulinum m
    spear spearman poetic, poetically | poetisch, dichterischpoet
    spear spearman poetic, poetically | poetisch, dichterischpoet
spear
[spi(r)]transitive verb | transitives Verb v/t

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spear
[spi(r)]intransitive verb | intransitives Verb v/i

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  • hindurchschießen (wie ein Speer)
    spear
    spear
Temple Grandin: Denn wer stellte die ersten Speere her?
Temple Grandin: Because who do you think made the first stone spears?
Source: TED
Adam braucht 4 Stunden, um einen Speer zu machen, und drei für einen Faustkeil.
Adam takes four hours to make a spear and three hours to make an axe.
Source: TED
Oz benötigt eine Stunde, um einen Speer herzustellen, und zwei für einen Faustkeil.
Oz takes one hour to make a spear and two hours to make an axe.
Source: TED
Oz ist also besser darin, Speere als auch Faustkeile herzustellen, als Adam.
So Oz is better at both spears and axes than Adam.
Source: TED
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spear
[spi(r)]noun | Substantiv s

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  • Gras-, Getreidehalmmasculine | Maskulinum m
    spear botany | BotanikBOT
    Sprossmasculine | Maskulinum m
    spear botany | BotanikBOT
    Schösslingmasculine | Maskulinum m
    spear botany | BotanikBOT
    spear botany | BotanikBOT
spear
[spi(r)]intransitive verb | intransitives Verb v/i

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  • (auf)sprießen, (in die Höhe) schießen
    spear sprout
    spear sprout
to poise a spear ready to hurl
einen Speer wurfbereit in der Hand halten
to poise a spear ready to hurl
a wicked spear
ein gefährlicher Speer
a wicked spear
to pitch a spear
einen Speer werfen
to pitch a spear
Temple Grandin: Denn wer stellte die ersten Speere her?
Temple Grandin: Because who do you think made the first stone spears?
Source: TED
Adam braucht 4 Stunden, um einen Speer zu machen, und drei für einen Faustkeil.
Adam takes four hours to make a spear and three hours to make an axe.
Source: TED
Oz benötigt eine Stunde, um einen Speer herzustellen, und zwei für einen Faustkeil.
Oz takes one hour to make a spear and two hours to make an axe.
Source: TED
Oz ist also besser darin, Speere als auch Faustkeile herzustellen, als Adam.
So Oz is better at both spears and axes than Adam.
Source: TED
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