German translation of 'lever'
- (= crowbar)
- (= crowbar)
⇒ he levered the machine-part into place
er hob das Maschinenteil durch Hebelwirkung an seinen Platz
⇒ he levered the box open
er stemmte die Kiste auf
⇒ he levered himself onto the ledge
er hievte sich auf den Felsvorsprung (hoch)
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Example Sentences Including 'lever'
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The monkey learns to administer himself a dose of whatever it is he wants by pulling the right lever.BLACK EAGLES (2003)
Alec tried to reach the brake lever, barging into one of the council men.THE THIRD CLASS GENIE (2003)
Something she could use as a lever against him; something he would really care about.SANDS OF TIME (2003)
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'lever' in Other Languages
British English: lever /ˈliːvə/ NOUN
A lever is a handle or bar that you pull or push to operate a piece of machinery.
Pull the gear lever.
- American English: lever
- Arabic: عَتَلَةٌ
- Brazilian Portuguese: alavanca
- Chinese: 杠杆
- Croatian: poluga
- Czech: páka
- Danish: stang
- Dutch: hefboom
- European Spanish: palanca
- Finnish: vipu
- French: levier
- German: Hebel
- Greek: μοχλός
- Italian: leva
- Japanese: レバー 操作ハンドル
- Korean: 조종간
- Norwegian: spak
- Polish: dźwignia
- European Portuguese: alavanca
- Romanian: manetă
- Russian: рычаг
- Spanish: palanca
- Swedish: spak
- Thai: คันโยก
- Turkish: kol
- Ukrainian: важіль
- Vietnamese: đòn bẩy
British English: lever VERB
If you lever something in a particular direction, you move it there, especially by using a lot of effort.
Neighbours eventually levered open the door with a crowbar.
Translation of lever from the Collins English to German Dictionary