|   All Languages   
EN   SV   IS   RU   RO   FR   IT   SK   NL   PT   LA   FI   ES   HU   NO   BG   HR   CS   DA   TR   PL   EO   SR   SQ   EL   BS   UK   |   FR   SK   IS   ES   NL   HU   RO   PL   SV   NO   RU   FI   SQ   IT   DA   CS   PT   HR   BG   LA   EO   SR   BS   TR   EL

Ensk-íslensk orðabók

Icelandic-English translation for: tail-heavy
  Options | Tips | FAQ | Abbreviations

LoginSign Up
Home|New Website|About|Vocab Trainer|Subjects|Users|Forum|Contribute!

tail-heavy in other languages:

Deutsch - Englisch
English - Icelandic
English - all languages
Add to ...
We are trying to build up a Ukrainian-German dictionary!
Please contribute translations or audio recordings if you can!

Dictionary Icelandic English: tail heavy

Translation 1 - 60 of 60

afturþungur {adj}tail-heavy
Partial Matches
hali {k}tail
flug stél {hv}tail
fiskifr. oflátungur {k} [Oblada melanura]black tail
fatn. frakkalaf {hv}coat-tail
dýr tagl {hv}horse tail
flug stélhluti {k}tail assembly
flug stélkambur {k}tail fin
flug stélþyrill {k}tail rotor
gras. T
dilla skottinuto wag its tail
dilla skottinuto wag one's tail
gras. T
þungur {adj}heavy
þrúgandi {adj} [þögn]heavy [silence]
afturþungur {adj}back-heavy
þrunginn {adj}heavy with
þunghentur {adj}heavy-handed
flug tæk. framþungur {adj}nose-heavy
níðþungur {adj}very heavy
veðurfr. kafald {hv}(heavy) snowfall
hern. orrahríð {kv}heavy combat
ofdrykkja {kv}heavy drinking
atv. hagkerfi atvinnutæki {hv}heavy equipment
tæk. þungavinnuvél {kv}heavy equipment
veðurfr. blindþoka {kv}heavy fog
veðurfr. niðaþoka {kv}heavy fog
iðn. stóriðja {kv}heavy industry
iðn. þungaiðnaður {k}heavy industry
tón. þungarokk {hv}heavy metal
þungmálmur {k}heavy metal
þungavara {kv}heavy product
veðurfr. úrfelli {hv}heavy rain
veðurfr. úrhelli {hv}heavy rain
veðurfr. úrhellisrigning {kv}heavy rain
veðurfr. vatnsveður {hv}heavy rain
brimrót {hv} [stórsjór]heavy sea
öldurót {hv}heavy sea
veðurfr. fannburður {k}heavy snowfall
veðurfr. fannkyngi {hv}heavy snowfall
veðurfr. öskubylur {k}heavy snowstorm
hern. þungavopn {hv.ft}heavy weapons
erfiðisvinna {kv}heavy labour [Br.]
þungfær {adj}heavy in movements
þungstígur {adj}making heavy footsteps
veðurfr. skýjaþykkni {hv}heavy cloud cover
samg. þungaflutningur {k} [einkum í fleirtölu]heavy goods transport
tón. þungarokkshljómsveit {kv}heavy metal band
tón. þungarokksveit {kv}heavy metal band
tón. þungarokkari {k}heavy metal rocker
kjarn þungavatnsofn {k}heavy water reactor
fantabragð {hv}heavy-handed method
samg. umferðargata {kv}traffic-heavy street
frosthörkur {kv.ft}heavy frost period {sg}
rigningardemba {kv}burst of heavy rain
læknisfr. kasóléttur {adj}heavy with child [postpos.] [dated]
hern. mannskæður {adj}involving heavy losses of lives
það var mikill öldugangurthere was a heavy swell
vera e-m þungur í skautito be a heavy burden for sb.
veðurfr. frostharðindi {hv.ft}winter period with heavy frosts {sg}
Feel free to link to this translation! Permanent link: https://enis.dict.cc/?s=tail-heavy
Hint: Double-click next to phrase to retranslate — To translate another word just start typing!
Search time: 0.018 sec


Contribute to the Dictionary: Add a Translation

Do you know English-Icelandic translations not listed in this dictionary? Please tell us by entering them here!
Before you submit, please have a look at the guidelines. If you can provide multiple translations, please post one by one. Make sure to provide useful source information. Important: Please also help by verifying other suggestions!

Limited Input Mode
More than 1000 translations are waiting for verification. This means you can only add a new
translation if you log in and review another one first (max. 500 unverified entries per user).
The input form will only work from within the Contribute! section.

English more...
Word Class more...
(Source, URL)
New Window

back to top | home© 2002 - 2024 Paul Hemetsberger | contact / privacy
Icelandic-English online dictionary (ensk-íslensk orðabók) developed to help you share your knowledge with others. More information
Links to this dictionary or to single translations are very welcome! Questions and Answers