Word: riser

Category: riser

Business & Industrial, Autos & Vehicles, Hobbies & Leisure

Related words: riser

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Translations: riser

spanish
tubo de subida, elevador, ascendente, vertical de


german
steigleitung, steigung

french
colonne montante, montante, contremarche, lève

italian
alzata, montante, verticale, colonna montante

portuguese
tubo de subida, espelho de degrau, ascendente, subida, tubo ascendente

dutch
stijgbuis, uitbreidingskaart, vogel, stootbord

russian
выпор, стояк, тот, прибыль

norwegian
stigerør, stigerøret, stigerørs

swedish
stigare, stigar, stigaren, stigledningen

finnish
rinta, nousuputken, uninen, nousuputki

danish
stigrøret, stigrør, udvidelseskort, udvidelseskortet

czech
stoupačky, stoupací, vodovodní stoupačky, podložce

polish
podnóżek, nadlew, pion, podstawka

hungarian
felkelő, felszálló, kelő, átemelő

turkish
yükseltici, yükselticisi, kalkanlar, kalkanlar için

greek
μετώπη, σωλήνα ανύψωσης, ανερχόμενου αυλού, κατακόρυφου αγωγού

ukrainian
стояк

albanian
person që zgjohet, zgjohet, zgjohet e, të zgjohet, zgjohet i

bulgarian
стойка, вертикална тръба, стълб, леякова тръба

belarusian
стояк, стаяк

estonian
tõusja, ärkaja, tõusutoru, püstikul

croatian
direk, buntovnik, ustaje, uzlazni, usponskih

icelandic
uppstreymisrörið

lithuanian
stove, Riser, stovo, stovą, stovas

latvian
stāvvada, stāvvadu, stāvvads, dzēšanas ūdens vadiem

macedonian
стој, столб

romanian
scară, coloană, ascendente, temperatură mai ridicată

slovenian
dvižni, dvižni vod, pokončna, razširitveno

slovak
stúpačky, stupačky

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The meaning and "use of": riser

noun
  • a person who habitually gets out of bed at a particular time of the morning.
  • a vertical section between the treads of a staircase.
  • a vertical pipe for the upward flow of liquid or gas.
  • a low platform on a stage or in an auditorium, used to give greater prominence to a speaker or performer.

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