Zebec


Zebec
Zebec \Ze"bec\, n. (Naut.) See {Xebec}. [1913 Webster]

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  • zebec — or zebeck [zē′bek΄] n. XEBEC …   English World dictionary

  • Zebec — Branko Zebec [ˈbraːnkɔ ˈzɛbets] (* 17. Mai 1929 in Zagreb; † 26. September 1988) war ein jugoslawischer Fußballspieler und wurde in Deutschland vor allem als Fußballtrainer bekannt. Er studierte Sport, aber auch Mathematik und Physik. Die… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • zebec — (also zebeck) var. of XEBEC. * * * zebec(k variant of xebec …   Useful english dictionary

  • zebec — xebec (a small, three masted vessel used by Mediterranean pirates and still used in commerce to a limited extent. From the Arabic shabbak. Also spelled chebec) …   Dictionary of ichthyology

  • zebec — /zee bek/, n. Naut. xebec. Also, zebeck. * * * …   Universalium

  • zebec — n. three masted sailing vessel found in Mediterranean …   English contemporary dictionary

  • zebec — noun variant spelling of xebec …   English new terms dictionary

  • zebec — ze•bec or ze•beck [[t]ˈzi bɛk[/t]] n. naut. navig. xebec …   From formal English to slang

  • Branko Zebec — (May 17, 1929 ndash; September 26, 1988) was a Croatian football player and coach.He was born in Zagreb, Kingdom of Yugoslavia and died in West Germany.In his heyday the player from Partizan and Red Star Belgrade fascinated the world with his… …   Wikipedia

  • Branko Zebec — [ˈbraːnkɔ ˈzɛbets] (* 17. Mai 1929 in Zagreb; † 26. September 1988 ebenda) war ein jugoslawischer Fußballspieler und trainer. In Deutschland wurde er vor allem als Trainer in der Bundesliga bekannt. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 1.1 …   Deutsch Wikipedia


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