Deutsch: Hausschaf / Español: Ovis orientalis aries / Português: Ovelha / Français: Mouton / Italiano: Ovis aries

Sheep (Ovis aries) are quadrupedal, ruminant mammals typically kept as livestock. Like all ruminants, sheep are members of the order Artiodactyla, the even-toed ungulates. Although the name "sheep" applies to many species in the genus Ovis, in everyday usage it almost always refers to Ovis aries. Numbering a little over one billion, domestic sheep are also the most numerous species of sheep. A male sheep is called a ram and a female sheep is called a ewe.

Deutsch: Waage Español: Escala / Português: Escala / Français: Échelle
In the industrial or industry context, "scale" refers to a device used to measure or quantify weight, mass, or other physical quantities. Scales are used in a wide range of industries, from manufacturing and construction to food processing and logistics. Some examples of industrial scales include:

  • Bench Scales: Small, portable scales used for routine weighing tasks, such as weighing packages, ingredients, or small parts.

  • Floor Scales: Large, heavy-duty scales used to weigh large items, such as pallets, containers, or trucks.

  • Crane Scales: Scales that are mounted on cranes or hoists to weigh heavy loads as they are lifted.

  • Truck Scales: Scales used to weigh trucks and other commercial vehicles, such as trailers, at weigh stations, truck terminals, and other locations.

  • Dynamometer Scales: Scales used to measure force, torque, or power, such as engine dynamometers, tensile testers, and compression testers.

  • Laboratory Scales: High-precision scales used in laboratory and scientific research, such as analytical balances, microbalances, and precision scales.

In the industrial context, "stationery" refers to paper-based products used for writing or printing, including paper, envelopes, writing instruments, and office supplies.

In the industrial or industry context, "stationary" refers to equipment or machinery that is not intended to be moved, but rather to remain in a fixed location.

Deutsch: Soda / Español: Soda / Português: Soda / Français: Soda

In the industrial or industry context, "soda" can refer to sodium carbonate, a white crystalline compound commonly used as a cleaning agent, water softener, and neutralizing agent in a variety of industries.

Deutsch: Bildschirm / Français: Screen / Italiano: Schermo

In the industrial or industry context, "screen" refers to a device or machine used to separate materials based on size, shape, or other physical characteristics. Some examples of screens in the industrial context include:

  • Vibrating Screens: used to separate and classify materials such as aggregates, minerals, and food products
  • Sifting Screens: used to remove impurities and oversize particles from powders, granules, and other materials
  • Trommel Screens: rotating drum screens used to separate materials based on size and shape
  • Grizzly Screens: used to remove oversized rocks and other debris in mining and quarrying operations
  • Shaker Screens: used to separate liquids and solids in oil and gas drilling
  • Fine Mesh Screens: used in the chemical, pharmaceutical, and food industries to remove contaminants and improve product quality.

Deutsch: Meer / Español: Mar / Português: Mar / Français: Mer / Italiano: Mare

The sea, the world ocean, or simply the ocean, is the connected body of salty water that covers over 70 percent of the Earth's surface. It moderates the Earth's climate and has important roles in the water cycle, carbon cycle, and nitrogen cycle.

Sow refers to a term use after a female has borne a litter.