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to coil up | to coil round


Definition (British English)

coil, up, round
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (American English)

coil, up, round
Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, synonyms, antonyms

coil, up, round
Merriam Webster


coil, up, round
Online Etymology Dictionary




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round bastion - RundturmLast post 02 Jan 12, 20:48
Ursprünglich im Jahr 1543 als Rundbastei mit Turm errichtet, wurde die Anlage 1625 von Elias…1 Replies
to decoil - das Coil abwickelnLast post 25 Aug 06, 22:37
Bitte was? to decoil hat genau einen Treffer in .uk, weltweit 33. Das Coil abwickeln hat s…7 Replies
hum bucking coil [aviat.]\t - die Brummkompensationsspule - LautsprecherLast post 14 Apr 15, 13:26 The HEIL PR 30 microphone steps up the professional0 Replies
merry go round - ReitplatzLast post 26 Nov 07, 20:12
Wenn ich merry-go-round höre, habe ich Jahrmarktmusik im Ohr und sehe ein Karussell vor mir.…8 Replies
coil or inductor?Last post 03 Jul 06, 18:14
I which cases do I use the word "coil" and in which cases do I use the word "inductor"? I us…5 Replies
coil set - RollkrümmungLast post 21 Feb 11, 13:42
Aus dem Bereich gewalzter Metallbänder. Durchbiegung durch den Walz- oder Wickelvorgang. Sc…0 Replies
round table - RundtischLast post 10 Sep 05, 15:03
"Rundtisch (Maschinenbau)" sollte auf Englisch "rotary table" heißen. "rotary axis" sind im…1 Replies
round boxes?Last post 17 Jan 06, 12:32
on a form, if the shapes to be ticked are round, not square, could you still call them boxes…10 Replies
whip roundLast post 16 Aug 05, 13:25
I am reading Staring at the Sun by Julian Barnes and the following has got me throughly befu…1 Replies
round - KanonLast post 22 Sep 15, 12:24
M-W: 3 round noun Definition of ROUND ... 3: a musical canon in which each part begins on the2 Replies

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