Betekenis van:

Bijvoeglijk naamwoord
  • afgezonderd
  • detached by cutting
"a severed head"




  1. She flatly severed it.
  2. He severed himself from the party.
  3. A foolish misunderstanding severed their long friendship.
  4. Have you ever yet endeavoured to pronounce revered and severed?
  5. A strong wind severed the electric wires in several places.
  6. A severed penis constitutes a solid piece of evidence for rape.
  7. Two men had their arms severed in Taiwan after a tug-of-war accident.
  8. Is it true that in Spain there's a statue of Hernán Cortez stepping on the severed head of an indian?
  9. Severed high spinal cord
  10. Deep laceration of internal organs Severed high spinal cord
  11. The carcass weight referred to in Article 13(1) of Directive 93/25/EEC is the weight of the slaughtered animal's cold body after having been bled, skinned and eviscerated, and after removal of the head (severed at the atlanto-occipital joint), of the feet (severed at the carpo-metacarpal or tarso-metatarsal joints), of the tail (severed between the sixth and seventh caudal vertebrae) and of the genital organs (including udder).
  12. A private investor in the position of Sogepa would have severed all links with Duferco/Cockerill entities rather than investing fresh capital in Carsid.
  13. Therefore, ETR no longer needs secured orders for its economic survival as was deemed necessary in 2001 when the structural link with Bombardier was severed.
  14. .2.9 Provision shall be made to prevent the compartment served by any bilge suction pipe being flooded in the event of the pipe being severed or otherwise damaged by collision or grounding in any other compartment.
  15. without the head and without the feet; the head shall be separated from the carcass at the atloido-occipital joint and the feet shall be severed at the carpametacarpal or tarsometatarsal joints,