serpentine

  • 41serpentine — ser|pen|ti|ne sb., n, r, rne (lang, kulørt papirstrimmel; bugtning), i sms. serpentine , fx serpentinesving …

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  • 42serpentine — serpentinas statusas T sritis chemija apibrėžtis Mineralas. formulė Mg₆[(OH)₈|Si₄O₁₀] atitikmenys: angl. serpentine rus. серпентин …

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  • 43Serpentine — die Serpentine, n (Aufbaustufe) viele enge Kurven einer Straße, die sich einen Berghang z. B. hinaufwinden Beispiel: Der Weg verläuft in Serpentinen bis zum See hinunter …

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  • 44Serpentine — noun Name of the lake in Hyde Park, London …

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  • 45serpentine — Synonyms and related words: Byzantine, Machiavellian, Machiavellic, Mephistophelian, aberrant, aberrative, acute, affluent, ambagious, amphibian, anfractuous, anguiform, anguine, arch, artful, astute, bad, batrachian, bent, billowing, billowy,… …

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  • 46Serpentine — 1. Slangegang. 2. Båndslynge …

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  • 47serpentine — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. snaky, reptilian, herpetic; sinuous, slithery; winding, tortuous, snaking; cunning, wily, venomous, cold blooded. See convolution. Ant., straight [forward]. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. snakelike,… …

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  • 48Serpentine — Ser|pen|ti|ne 〈f.; Gen.: , Pl.: n〉 1. in Schlangenlinien ansteigender Weg an Berghängen 2. Kurve, Kehre, Windung [Etym.: <lat. serpens »Schlange«] …

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  • 49Serpentine — Ser|pen|ti|ne die; , n <zu spätlat. serpentinus »schlangenartig«>: a) Schlangenlinie, in Schlangenlinie ansteigender Weg an Berghängen; b) Windung, Kehre, Kehrschleife …

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  • 50serpentine — hydrous magnesium silicate …

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  • 51serpentine — [ sə:p(ə)ntʌɪn] adjective of or like a serpent or snake. ↘winding and twisting. ↘complex, cunning, or treacherous. noun 1》 a dark green mineral consisting of hydrated magnesium silicate, sometimes mottled or spotted like a snake s skin. 2》 a… …

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  • 52serpentine — I. a. Winding, meandering, crooked, anfractuous, spiral, tortuous, undulating, sinuous, twisted. II. n. Ophite, green porphyry …

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  • 53serpentine —   Of shape, sinuous or snake like, e.g. the trunks of large, old plants of Dioon merolae; of a substrate, containing magnesium silicate and usually dull green, e.g. the soil where Macrozamia serpentina grows …

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  • 54serpentine — adj 1. slender, svelte, lithe, elongated; wriggly, writhing, squirming, slinky; coiled, convoluted, spiral, (of a woman) Inf. curvaceous, anguilliform. 2. sinuous, winding, meandering, twisting; curvy, flexuous, curved, tortuous, crooked,… …

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  • 55serpentine — ser·pen·tine …

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  • 56serpentine — I. /ˈsɜpəntaɪn / (say serpuhntuyn) adjective 1. of or relating to a serpent. 2. moving in a winding course or having a winding form; tortuous; winding. 3. having the qualities of a serpent; subtle, artful, or cunning. –noun 4. a thin winding line …

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  • 57Serpentine — Ser|pen|ti|ne, die; , n (in Schlangenlinie verlaufender Weg an Berghängen; Windung) …

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  • 58serpentine — nf. (espèce de pierre) : sarpantin nm. (Saxel) …

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  • 59Serpentine River (Western Australia) — Serpentine River Serpentine River über Serpentine FallsVorlage:Infobox Fluss/KARTE fehlt …

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  • 60Serpentine soil — Serpentine soils are soils derived from ultramafic rocks, in particular serpentinite, an ultramafic rock formed by the hydration and metamorphic transformation of ultramafic rock from the Earth s mantle. The soils derived from ultramafic bedrock… …

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