Schiene

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From Old High German skina, from Proto-Germanic *skinō. Cognate with Dutch scheen, English shin.

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Schiene f (genitive Schiene, plural Schienen)

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  1. a staff on which something moves
    1. (railway) rail
    2. (mechanics) rack
  2. a staff or long construction that holds things together
    1. (medicine) orthotics; splint
    2. (woodwork) frame; skid
  3. (electronics) busbar

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