2K-Lack

m prakt <obfl> (Reaktionslack) ■ two-pack paint; two-part paint; two-component coating; two-component varnish rare

German-english technical dictionary. 2013.

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  • Lack (manque) — Lack (in French, manque ), is, in Lacan s psychoanalytic philosophy, always related to desire. In his seminar Le transfert (1960 61) he states that lack is what causes desire to arise. However, lack first designated a lack of being: what is… …   Wikipedia

  • lack — vb Lack, want, need, require are comparable when meaning to be without something, especially something essential or greatly to be desired. Lack may imply either an absence or a shortage in the supply or amount of that something {the house lacks a …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • lack — I verb be bereft of, be deficient, be deprived of, be desirous, be destitute, be in need, be in want, be inadequate, be inferior, be insufficient, be needy, be poor, be wanting, be without, crave, desiderate, desire, fall short, feel a dearth,… …   Law dictionary

  • Lack (Begriffsklärung) — Lack bezeichnet einen alten Ausdruck für eine Grenzmarkierung (meist natürlichen Ursprungs wie Bäume usw.); siehe auch Grenzstein einen Beschichtungswerkstoff, siehe Lack ein Synonym für Latexkleidung Lack ist der Familienname von: Antonio… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • lack — ⇒LACK, subst. masc. Vieilli. Unité de compte en Perse et en Inde. Lack de roupies. Cent mille roupies. Le riche nabab qui (...) rêve au monceau d or de ses lacks de roupies (COPPÉE, Poés., t. 2, 1883, p. 244). Prononc. et Orth. : [lak]. Att. ds… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Lack — [lak], der; [e]s, e: [farbloses] flüssiges Gemisch, mit dem z. B. Möbel angestrichen werden und das nach dem Trocknen einen glänzenden Überzug bildet: farbloser, roter, schnell trocknender Lack; der Lack springt ab, blättert ab, bekommt Risse. *… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Lack-Zistrose — (Cistus ladanifer) Systematik Rosiden Eurosiden II Ordnung …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Lack - info! — Lack: Der Begriff Lack stammt aus dem Sanskrit (laksa). Über das persische lak und das arabische lakk gelangte es als lacca ins Italienische und von dort in die deutsche Sprache und bezeichnet einen aus verschiedenen Materialien zusammengesetzten …   Universal-Lexikon

  • lack, want, need — Lack refers to a deficiency, to the absence of something desirable, customary, or needful: He feels a lack of confidence among his followers. I am suffering from a lack of money and time. Want and need, as nouns, may have much the same meaning: a …   Dictionary of problem words and expressions

  • lack — Ⅰ. lack UK US /læk/ noun [S or U] ► a situation in which there is not enough of something, or something is not available: serious/severe lack of sth »Many of these communities are having to cope with a severe lack of resources. » Lack of time is… …   Financial and business terms

  • lack — verb. The use with for meaning ‘to be short of something’ in negative contexts seems to have originated in the 19c: • If you are inclined to undertake the search, I have so provided that you will not lack for means Rider Haggard, 1887 • Here s… …   Modern English usage

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