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Speed ​​(German)

Part of speech: noun, (Female)

Speed, Plural: Turn | numbers
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈDʀeːˌʦaːl]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Physics:Number of revolutions (full 360 °) that a body rotating around an axis makes in a specific time unit
1) n
Origin of the term:
Composed from the stem of the verb rotate and the noun number
1) Revolution frequency, number of revolutions (for example with turntables)
General terms:
1) Measured variable
Subordinate terms:
variable speed
1) Rotating field speed, idle speed, maximum speed, motor speed, fan speed
Application examples:
1) The rotation speed of the engine does not match its target.
Typical word combinations:
low, constant, critical, maximum, medium, low, specificrotation speed
rotation speed 60,000 rpm
the rotation speed of drives, motors, pumps, shafts
Word formations:
1) Decrease in speed, decrease in speed, change in speed, increase in speed, increase in speed, speed range, speed limiter, speed limitation, speed range, speed setting, recommended speed, speed detection, speed window, speed sensor, speed sensor, speed pulse, lower speed, speed map, speed characteristic curve, tachometer, speed measurement, speed reduction, speed reduction, speed control, Speed ​​region, speed controller, speed control, speed fluctuation, speed reduction, speed sensor, speed signal, speed stabilization, speed monitoring, speed check, overspeed, speed monitoring, speed change, speed curve, speed loss, speed monitor, speed increase
1) speed-dependent, speed-controlled, speed-stable
Nominative: singular rotation speed; Plural Speeds
Genitive: singular rotation speed; Plural Speeds
Dative: singular rotation speed; Plural Speeds
Accusative: singular rotation speed; Plural Speeds


  • Arabic: 1) سرعة الدوران (sir'at-ul dewrān)
  • Traditionally Chinese): 1) 轉速 (zhuǎnsù)
  • Chinese (simplified): 1) 转速 (zhuǎnsù)
  • English: 1) drive, rotational speed
  • French: 1) vitesse, nombre de tours
  • Italian: 1) regime, numero di giri
  • Japanese: 1) 回 転 数 (か い て ん す う, kaitensū)
  • Dutch: 1) toerental
  • Sorbian (lower): 1) licba wobrotow
  • Norwegian: 1) omdreiningstall (neuter)
  • Sorbian (upper): 1) wjertoličba, wobwjertoličba
  • Swedish: 1) varvtal (neuter), rotationally valley (neuter)
  • Spanish: 1) regimen
  • Turkish: 1) devir sayısı, dönme sayısı

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Naturally aspirated engines and rotation speed once stood for sport in BMW driving, at the top of the BMW M3 CSL (E46). Today it is the classic of the day.
autobild.de, June 19, 2019

If drivers switch up early, it works rotation speed the engine down - this significantly reduces consumption. We have more tips on how to save fuel.
t-online, March 30, 2019

The trick: some giant hard drives are filled with helium and thus enable a high rotation speed with a large storage capacity. We'll tell you which HDDs performed best in the test with 8 TB to 14 TB.
CHIP Online, November 22, 2018

For more information, please refer to the wording of the following press release: The job engine in Bavaria will continue to grow with digitization rotation speed win.
aktiencheck.de, October 29, 2018

Thanks to the new soundtrack for, the players from the arcade-style racer team Sonic Racing can not only hear the rotation speed the engines, but also turn up the music to the max.
GameNewz.de, April 15, 2019

Some Western Digital hard drives use a rotation speed of 7,200 rpm, although the manufacturer's specifications suggest 5,400 rpm. Measurements by users have shown this.
ComputerBase, September 09, 2020

With a simple trick, the speed and the rotation speed are displayed digitally in the speedometer.
autobild.de, May 29, 2020

MotoGP rider Andrea Iannone experienced a moment of shock during the tests in Valencia because his team had the rotation speed at Aprilia increased.
Today.at, November 22, 2019

Some economic indicators would also fuel the hope that the global economic engine is running rotation speed could increase gradually.
aktiencheck.de, September 04, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • Rotation frequency
  • Rotation frequency

Another word (synonym) for speed - Source: OpenThesaurus

Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "speed":

translation: ... Transfer of a word / text from one language to another 2) Technique: Increasing the speed of one gear to another Abbreviation: 1) Transl. ...

trip: ... or movements whose starting point and destination are usually identical. 2) colloquial: speed, revolutions 3) ballet dance figure in ballet origin of the term: in the 17th century ...

Gyroscope: ... body that is symmetrical on all sides and can be rotated with it 3) Technology: a precisely centered flywheel mass running at high speed Origin of the term: 1) attested since the 13th century; ...

regime: ... 6) the order 7) the regulation 8) geography: the conditions 9) mechanics: the operation, the speed, the tours Origin of the term: from the Latin word regimen ...

Period frequency: the speed. "3)" The pitch perception is determined by the period frequency of the complex entire oscillation curve. "4)" The international unit of the period frequency is the hertz. "

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