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Detailübersetzungen für Block (Deutsch) ins Englisch

Block:

Block [der ~] Nomen

  1. der Block (Schreibblock; Notizblock)
    the note-pad; the note-books; the writing-pad; the writing paper
  2. der Block (Notizblock; Schreibblock)
    the note-books
  3. der Block (Takelblock)
    the pulley-block
  4. der Block
    the block
    – A Transact-SQL statement enclosed by BEGIN and END. 1
  5. der Block
    the chunk
    – A specified  amount of data. 1
  6. der Block (Element auf Blockebene)
    the block; the block-level element
    – An HTML element that, in general, begins a new line. A block-level element may include other block-level elements or inline elements. 1
  7. der Block (Fragment)
    the chunk; the fragment
    – In IIS with Smooth Streaming installed, the unit of information transmitted from the Web server to clients. The unit of information is an MPEG-4 (MP4) file that contains a short segment of the content (2-seconds if the content was encoded using Expression Encoder). 1

Übersetzung Matrix für Block:

NounVerwandte ÜbersetzungenWeitere Übersetzungen
block Block; Element auf Blockebene Behinderung; Belästigung; Erschwerung; Gehirnkasten; Kopf; Schädel; Störung
block-level element Block; Element auf Blockebene
chunk Block; Fragment Brocken; Kandisstückchen; Klumpen; Klümpchen; Menge; Scholle; Stück; Würfel; Würfelzucker; Zuckerwürfel; großes und dickes Stück
fragment Block; Fragment Artikel; Aufsatz; Brocken; Fragment; Publikation; Scherbe; Stückchen
note-books Block; Notizblock; Schreibblock
note-pad Block; Notizblock; Schreibblock
pulley-block Block; Takelblock
writing paper Block; Notizblock; Schreibblock Briefpapier
writing-pad Block; Notizblock; Schreibblock
VerbVerwandte ÜbersetzungenWeitere Übersetzungen
block absperren; behindern; blockieren; hindern; sperren; stören; unmöglich machen; verbarrikadieren; verrammeln; versperren; verstellen; zusperren

Synonyms for "Block":


Wiktionary Übersetzungen für Block:

Block
noun
  1. nur Plural 1: Folterinstrument, Teil des Prangers
  2. Politik, nur Plural 1: einheitlich auftretender Zusammenschluss von Parteien oder Staaten
  3. ein Stapel Papierblätter, die mittels Klebung aufeinander liegen und nach Bedarf abgerissen werden können.
  4. eine Rolle, über die ein Tauwerk umgeleitet wird
  5. nur Plural 2: Häuserkomplex, der nicht von Straßen durchschnitten wird
  6. nur Plural 1: großes Stück fest verbundenen Materials, meist quaderförmig
Block
noun
  1. computing: data storage unit
  2. set of paper sheets
  3. group of buildings demarcated by streets
  4. chopping block; cuboid base for cutting
  5. substantial piece
  6. group of voters or politicians
  7. group of countries
  8. cuboid piece of any commodity
  9. solid object with uniform cross-section

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
Block block billotgros tronçon de bois cylindrique ou tailler carrément, s’élever ordinairement à hauteur d’appui, et dont la partie supérieure présente une surface plane.
Block block; mass; lump; chunk; hunk; boulder; notebook; notepad; writing pad; unit; cluster; sheet blocmasse, gros morceau d’une matière pesante et dure, telle que la pierre, le marbre, le fer non encore travailler.
Block city block; urban block; block pâté de maisons — (urban) Petit groupe de maisons ou d’autres bâtiments, délimité par une ou plusieurs voiries, ou d’autres éléments urbanistiques.

Verwandte Übersetzungen für Block



Englisch

Detailübersetzungen für Block (Englisch) ins Deutsch

Block form of block:

to block Verb (blocks, blocked, blocking)

  1. to block (obstruct; jam)
    sperren; absperren; zusperren
    • sperren Verb (sperre, sperrst, sperrt, sperrte, sperrtet, gesperrt)
    • absperren Verb (sperre ab, sperrst ab, sperrt ab, sperrte ab, sperrtet ab, abgesperrt)
    • zusperren Verb (sperre zu, sperrst zu, sperrt zu, sperrte zu, sperrtet zu, zugesperrt)
  2. to block (make impossible; hinder; hamper; thwart)
    stören; unmöglich machen; behindern; hindern
    • stören Verb (störe, störst, stört, störte, störtet, gestört)
    • behindern Verb (behindere, behinderst, behindert, behinderte, behindertet, behindert)
    • hindern Verb (hindre, hinderst, hindert, hinderte, hindertet, gehindert)
  3. to block (barricade; obstruct; bar)
    versperren; blockieren; verstellen; verbarrikadieren; verrammeln
    • versperren Verb (versperre, versperrst, versperrt, versperrte, versperrtet, versperrt)
    • blockieren Verb (blockiere, blockierst, blockiert, blockierte, blockiertet, blockiert)
    • verstellen Verb (verstelle, verstellst, verstellt, verstellte, verstelltet, verstellend)
    • verrammeln Verb (verrammele, verrammelst, verrammelt, verrammelte, verrammeltet, verrammelt)
  4. to block
    – To prevent another user from initiating a conversation and from viewing your presence or other information, such as your personal information. 1
    blockieren
    • blockieren Verb (blockiere, blockierst, blockiert, blockierte, blockiertet, blockiert)

Konjugationen für block:

present
  1. block
  2. block
  3. blocks
  4. block
  5. block
  6. block
simple past
  1. blocked
  2. blocked
  3. blocked
  4. blocked
  5. blocked
  6. blocked
present perfect
  1. have blocked
  2. have blocked
  3. has blocked
  4. have blocked
  5. have blocked
  6. have blocked
past continuous
  1. was blocking
  2. were blocking
  3. was blocking
  4. were blocking
  5. were blocking
  6. were blocking
future
  1. shall block
  2. will block
  3. will block
  4. shall block
  5. will block
  6. will block
continuous present
  1. am blocking
  2. are blocking
  3. is blocking
  4. are blocking
  5. are blocking
  6. are blocking
subjunctive
  1. be blocked
  2. be blocked
  3. be blocked
  4. be blocked
  5. be blocked
  6. be blocked
diverse
  1. block!
  2. let's block!
  3. blocked
  4. blocking
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

block [the ~] Nomen

  1. the block (hindrance; impediment; obstruction; )
    die Behinderung; die Belästigung; die Erschwerung; die Störung
  2. the block (brain-pan; brain)
    der Gehirnkasten; der Kopf; der Schädel
  3. the block
    – A Transact-SQL statement enclosed by BEGIN and END. 1
    der Block
  4. the block (block-level element)
    – An HTML element that, in general, begins a new line. A block-level element may include other block-level elements or inline elements. 1

Übersetzung Matrix für block:

NounVerwandte ÜbersetzungenWeitere Übersetzungen
Behinderung block; hindrance; impediment; obstacle; obstruction; stonewalling; thwarting; trouble barrier; barrier obstacles; bother; hindrance; impediment; nuisance; obstacle; trouble
Belästigung block; hindrance; impediment; obstacle; obstruction; stonewalling; thwarting; trouble agony; bother; difficulty; hindrance; impediment; inconvenience; load; nuisance; obstacle; pain; torment; torture; trouble; weight
Block block; block-level element chunk; fragment; note-books; note-pad; pulley-block; writing paper; writing-pad
Erschwerung block; hindrance; impediment; obstacle; obstruction; stonewalling; thwarting; trouble weighting
Gehirnkasten block; brain; brain-pan brain-pan; brains; cranium; skull
Kopf block; brain; brain-pan brain-pan; braincase; brains; bushes; cranium; head; head of a human being; header; skull; sphere
Schädel block; brain; brain-pan brain-pan; braincase; brains; cranium; crown of the skull; skull
Störung block; hindrance; impediment; obstacle; obstruction; stonewalling; thwarting; trouble annoyance; bother; chagrin; disorder; disturbance; drag; hindrance; interference; interruption; intrusion; irritation; malfunction; nuisance; obstacle; trouble; vexation
- auction block; blockage; blocking; city block; closure; cube; cylinder block; engine block; mental block; occlusion; pulley; pulley block; pulley-block; stop; stoppage
VerbVerwandte ÜbersetzungenWeitere Übersetzungen
absperren block; jam; obstruct bar; close off; confine; cover; cut back; fence in; fence off; limit; lock; lock up; protect; reduce; shut out
behindern block; hamper; hinder; make impossible; thwart be disadvantuous; cause damage; cause disadvantage; cause injury; cause someone sorrow; cross; damage; do harm; hamper; harm; harm somebody; hinder; hurt; impede; injure; keep from; make impossible; obstruct; oppose; prevent; sabotage; stem; stop; thwart; upset
blockieren bar; barricade; block; obstruct besiege; besieged; besieges; cover; encapsulate; enclose; evnvelope; keep from; obstruct; prevent; surround; wrap up
hindern block; hamper; hinder; make impossible; thwart anger; badger; cause failure; chicane; counteract; discourage; dissuade; disturb; enrage; frustrate; hamper; hinder; hold back; impede; incense; keep from; make impossible; nag; obstruct; pester; prevent; restrain; sabotage; stonewall; stop; upset
sperren block; jam; obstruct bind; close; demarcate; draw; fence off; lock; plug; pull shut; pull to; put under seal; seal; shut; stop up
stören block; hamper; hinder; make impossible; thwart anger; annoy; bother; cause irritation; chafe; disrupt; disturb; enrage; give offence; hamper; hinder; impede; incense; interrupt; irritate; keep from; obstruct; prevent; stonewall; upset; vex
unmöglich machen block; hamper; hinder; make impossible; thwart
verbarrikadieren bar; barricade; block; obstruct
verrammeln bar; barricade; block; obstruct lock
versperren bar; barricade; block; obstruct close; draw; lock; lock up; shut
verstellen bar; barricade; block; obstruct convert; dislocate; move; move over; reduce; relocate; remove; resolve; shift; simplify; trace back; transfer; transform
zusperren block; jam; obstruct close; draw; lock; lock up; pull shut; pull to; shut
- bar; barricade; blank out; block off; block up; blockade; choke up; close up; deflect; draw a blank; embarrass; forget; freeze; halt; hinder; immobilise; immobilize; impede; jam; kibosh; lug; obstruct; obturate; occlude; parry; stop; stuff; stymie; stymy
Not SpecifiedVerwandte ÜbersetzungenWeitere Übersetzungen
Element auf Blockebene block; block-level element
OtherVerwandte ÜbersetzungenWeitere Übersetzungen
- bank up; clump; dam; row of houses; scaffold; stem

Verwandte Wörter für "block":


Synonyms for "block":


Antonyme für "block":


Verwandte Definitionen für "block":

  1. the act of obstructing or deflecting someone's movements2
  2. a platform from which an auctioneer sells2
    • they put their paintings on the block2
  3. a solid piece of something (usually having flat rectangular sides)2
    • the pyramids were built with large stone blocks2
  4. housing in a large building that is divided into separate units2
    • there is a block of classrooms in the west wing2
  5. an obstruction in a pipe or tube2
  6. a metal casting containing the cylinders and cooling ducts of an engine2
    • the engine had to be replaced because the block was cracked2
  7. a simple machine consisting of a wheel with a groove in which a rope can run to change the direction or point of application of a force applied to the rope2
  8. an inability to remember or think of something you normally can do; often caused by emotional tension2
    • I knew his name perfectly well but I had a temporary block2
  9. a number or quantity of related things dealt with as a unit2
    • he reserved a large block of seats2
    • he held a large block of the company's stock2
  10. a rectangular area in a city surrounded by streets and usually containing several buildings2
    • he lives in the next block2
  11. (computer science) a sector or group of sectors that function as the smallest data unit permitted2
    • since blocks are often defined as a single sector, the terms `block' and `sector' are sometimes used interchangeably2
  12. a three-dimensional shape with six square or rectangular sides2
  13. prohibit the conversion or use of (assets)2
  14. shape into a block or blocks2
    • block the graphs so one can see the results clearly2
  15. shape by using a block2
    • block a garment2
  16. be unable to remember2
    • You are blocking the name of your first wife!2
  17. interfere with or prevent the reception of signals2
    • block the signals emitted by this station2
  18. impede the movement of (an opponent or a ball)2
    • block an attack2
  19. support, secure, or raise with a block2
    • block a plate for printing2
    • block the wheels of a car2
  20. block passage through2
  21. render unsuitable for passage2
    • block the way2
  22. obstruct2
    • Her arteries are blocked2
  23. stamp or emboss a title or design on a book with a block2
    • block the book cover2
  24. shut out from view or get in the way so as to hide from sight2
    • The thick curtain blocked the action on the stage2
  25. interrupt the normal function of by means of anesthesia2
    • block a nerve2
    • block a muscle2
  26. run on a block system2
    • block trains2
  27. hinder or prevent the progress or accomplishment of2
    • His brother blocked him at every turn2
  28. stop from happening or developing2
  29. To prevent another user from initiating a conversation and from viewing your presence or other information, such as your personal information.1
  30. A Transact-SQL statement enclosed by BEGIN and END.1
  31. An HTML element that, in general, begins a new line. A block-level element may include other block-level elements or inline elements.1

Wiktionary Übersetzungen für block:

block
verb
  1. to prevent an action
  2. impeding action
  3. to prevent passing
  4. to fill
noun
  1. something that prevents passing
  2. computing: data storage unit
  3. set of paper sheets
  4. group of buildings demarcated by streets
  5. chopping block; cuboid base for cutting
  6. substantial piece
block
verb
  1. (Weg, Straße, etc.) unpassierbar machen
  2. jemanden/etwas nicht weitergehen/weiterfortschreiten lassen
  3. (transitiv) Sport, speziell Boxen, Ballspiel: einen gegnerischen Angriff (Schlag, Schuss) mit einem Block unwirksam machen/abwehren
  4. den Zugang zu einem Gebiet oder Gebäude oder System verhindern
  5. etwas mit Gegenständen versperren, verbarrikadieren
noun
  1. übertragen, abwertend: starrsinniger Mensch; Person, die nur sehr schwer zu überzeugen ist
  2. ursprünglich hölzerner kantiger großer Gegenstand
  3. „Druckstock aus Metall oder Kunststoff für die Bildwiedergabe im Buchdruck“Fachausdruck-Lexikon
  4. eine Rolle, über die ein Tauwerk umgeleitet wird
  5. nur Plural 2: Häuserkomplex, der nicht von Straßen durchschnitten wird
  6. ein Stapel Papierblätter, die mittels Klebung aufeinander liegen und nach Bedarf abgerissen werden können.
  7. nur Plural 1: großes Stück fest verbundenen Materials, meist quaderförmig

Cross Translation:
FromToVia
block hindern; sperren; versperren; absperren; aufhalten; hemmen; behindern barrerfermer avec une barre par-derrière.
block Block billotgros tronçon de bois cylindrique ou tailler carrément, s’élever ordinairement à hauteur d’appui, et dont la partie supérieure présente une surface plane.
block Masse; Block; Klotz; Blockstrecke; Blockade; Fliegendreck blocmasse, gros morceau d’une matière pesante et dure, telle que la pierre, le marbre, le fer non encore travailler.
block sperren bloquerréunir en bloc.
block pfropfen; stopfen; verstopfen; zustopfen boucher — Traductions à trier suivant le sens
block Pastete pâté — (vieilli) pâtisserie qui renfermer de la viande ou du poisson haché.
block Häuserblock; Baublock; Wohnblock; Block pâté de maisons — (urban) Petit groupe de maisons ou d’autres bâtiments, délimité par une ou plusieurs voiries, ou d’autres éléments urbanistiques.

Block:

Block [the ~] Nomen

  1. the Block
    – A permission setting that prevents a person or domain from adding the user to contact lists, seeing the user's status, or sending instant messages to the user. 1

Übersetzung Matrix für Block:

VerbVerwandte ÜbersetzungenWeitere Übersetzungen
Blockieren Block

Verwandte Definitionen für "Block":

  1. A permission setting that prevents a person or domain from adding the user to contact lists, seeing the user's status, or sending instant messages to the user.1

Verwandte Übersetzungen für Block