schrage translation | German-English dictionary



Schrä•ge      f   , -, -n  
a    (=schräge Fläche)   slope, sloping surface  
(=schräge Kante)  
bevel, bevelled   (Brit)  or beveled   (US)   edge
b    (=Schrägheit)   slant, angle  
[+von Dach]  
pitch, slope  ,   (im Zimmer)    sloping ceiling
eine Schräge haben      to be on the slant, to slope, to slant  
[Zimmer]   to have a sloping ceiling  
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
eine Schräge haben exp.
to be on the slant ; to slope ; to slant ; to have a sloping ceiling

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seine schräge Kopfhaltung
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"schrage": examples and translations in context
Ian Schrager hat sein erstes Boutique Hotel im Jahre 1984 unter dem Namen Hotel Morgans in New York am Murray Hill nach den Plänen von dem Franzosen Andrée Putnam eröffnet. Ian Schrager opened his first boutique hotel in 1984 under the name Morgans Hotel, in New York on Murray Hill; the hotel was designed by the French Andrée Putnam.
wird die Enthäutung auf Schragen durchgeführt, so müssen diese aus korrosionsfestem Material bestehen und so hoch sein, daß der Tierkörper den Boden nicht berührt; where flaying is carried out on metal cradles, these must be of non-corrodible materials and high enough for the carcase not to touch the floor;
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