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die Vereinten Nationen UNO [pol.]
Kinderhilfswerk der Vereinten Nationen UNICEF
Büro des Hochkommissars der Vereinten Nationen für Menschenrechte OHCHR
Internationale Atomenergieorganisation IAEO
UNO-Ausschuss zur Terrorismusbekämpfung
UNO-Hochkommissar der Vereinten Nationen für Menschenrechte UNHCHR
UNO-Flüchtlingskommissar {m}; Hoher Flüchtlingskommissar der Vereinten Nationen
UNO-Büro für Drogenbekämpfung und Verbrechensvorbeugung
UNESCO-Institut für Pädagogik UIE
Entschädigungskommission der Vereinten Nationen UNCC
Sekretariat der Konvention zur Bekämpfung der Wüstenbildung UNCCD
Kapitalentwicklungsfonds der Vereinten Nationen UNCDF
Zentrum der Vereinten Nationen für Wohn- und Siedlungswesen
Kommission der Vereinten Nationen für internationales Handelsrecht UNCITRAL
Zentrum der Vereinten Nationen für Regionalentwicklung UNCRD
Handels- und Entwicklungskonferenz der Vereinten Nationen UNCTAD
Programm der Vereinten Nationen für die Internationale Drogenbekämpfung UNDCP
UNO-Entwicklungsprogramm UNDP
Umweltprogramm der Vereinten Nationen UNEP
UNO-Sekretariat der Klimarahmenkonvention UNFCCC
Bevölkerungsfond der Vereinten Nationen UNFPA
Internationales Forschungsinstitut der Vereinten Nationen für Kriminalität und Rechtspflege UNICRI
Institut der Vereinten Nationen für Abrüstungsforschung UNIDIR
Überwachungs- Verifikations- und Inspektionskommission der Vereinten Nationen
Büro der Vereinten Nationen für Projektdienste UNOPS
Büro der Vereinten Nationen in Wien
Forschungsinstitut der Vereinten Nationen für soziale Entwicklung UNRISD
Hilfswerk der Vereinten Nationen für Palästinaflüchtlinge im Nahen Osten UNRWA
Wissenschaftlicher Ausschuß der Vereinten Nationen zur Untersuchung der Auswirkungen atomarer Strahlung UNSCEAR
Universität der Vereinten Nationen UNU
Freiwilligenprogramm der Vereinten Nationen UNV
Konferenz der Verei
the United Nations UN
United Nations Children's Fund UNICEF
Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights OHCHR
International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA
UN Counter Terrorism Committee
United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights UNHCHR
UN Refugee Commissioner; United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees UNHCR
UN Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention UNODCCP
UNESCO Institute for Education UIE
United Nations Compensation Commission UNCC
Secretariat of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification UNCCD
United Nations Capital Development Fund UNCDF
United Nations Centre for Human Settlements UNCHS
United Nations Commission on International Trade Law UNCITRAL
United Nations Centre for Regional Development UNCRD
United Nations Conference on Trade and Development UNCTAD
United Nations International Drug Control Programme UNDCP
United Nations Development Programme UNDP
United Nations Environment Programme UNEP
Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change UNFCCC
United Nations Population Fund UNFPA
United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute UNICRI
United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research UNIDIR
United Nations Monitoring Verification and Inspection Commission UNMOVIC
United Nations Office for Project Services UNOPS
United Nations Office at Vienna UNOV
United Nations Research Institute for Social Development UNRISD
United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in the Near East UNRWA
United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation UNSCEAR
United Nations University UNU
United Nations Volunteers UNV
United Nations Conference on Environment and Development UNCED
United Nations Seabed Committee; UN Seabed Committee
United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child CRC CROC UNCRC ; Rights of the Child Conv
Blauastrilde {pl} (Uraeginthus) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Blaukopfastrild {m}; Blaukopf-Schmetterlingsfink {m} (Uraeginthus cyanocephalus)
Blauastrild {m}; blauohriger Schmetterlingsfink {m}; Angola-Schmetterlingsfink {m} (Uraeginthus angolensis)
Schmetterlingsastrild {m}; rotohriger Schmetterlingsfink {m}; Schmetterlingsfink {m} (Uraeginthus bengalus)
Granatastrild {m} (Uraeginthus granatinus)
Veilchenastrild {m}; Veilchenbauchastrild {m}; Purpurgranatastrild {m}; blaubäuchiger Granatastrild {m} (Uraeginthus ianthinogaster)
cordon-bleus (zoological genus)
blue-capped cordon-bleu
blue-breasted cordon-bleu; blue waxbill
red-cheeked cordon-bleu
common grenadier; violet-eared waxbill
purple grenadier
Iason; Jason (Held der griech. Mythologie)
Jason (a hero in Greek mythology)
IATA : Internationaler Luftverkehrsverband
IATA : International Air Transport Association
iatrogen {adj} [med.]
iatrogenic
Notarassessor {m}; Notariatsassessor {m}; Notar(iats)substitut {m} [Ös.]
deputy civil-law notary
Ibadan (Stadt in Nigeria)
Ibadan (city in Nigeria)
Ibadan (Stadt in Nigeria) [geogr.]
Ibadan (city in Nigeria)
Ibadanweber {m} [ornith.]
Idaban Malimbe
Iberischer Zilpzalp {m} (Phylloscopus ibericus) [ornith.]
iberian chiff-chaff
Schleifenblumen {pl} (Iberis) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
candytuft (botanical genus)
Pyrenäenhalbinsel {f}, iberische Halbinsel {f} [geogr.]
Iberian Peninsula
Iberische Union {f} [pol.] [hist.]
Iberian Union
iberische Halbinsel {f}; Pyrenäenhalbinsel {f} [geogr.]
Iberian Peninsula; Spanish Peninsula [coll.]
Iberischer Zilpzalp {m} [ornith.]
Iberian Chiff-chaff (Phylloscopus ibericus)
iberoamerikanisch (Spanien Portugal und deren ehemalige Kolonien in Lateinamerika betreffend) {adj} [geogr.] [pol.]
Ibero-American
Heiliger Ibis {m} [ornith.]
Sacred Ibis
Australischer Ibis {m} [ornith.]
Australian White Ibis
Ibis
ibis
Kuhreiher {m} (Bubulcus ibis) [ornith.]
cattle egret
Waldrapp {m}; Klausrapp {m}; Klausrabe {m}; Schopfibis {m}; europäischer Ibis {m} (Geronticus eremita) [ornith.]
hermit ibis; northern bald ibis; Waldrapp
Nimmersatte {pl} (Mycteria) (zoologische Gattung) [ornith.]
Buntstorch {m} (Mycteria leucocephala)
Milchstorch {m} (Mycteria cinerea)
Nimmersatt {m} (Mycteria ibis)
Waldstorch {m} (Mycteria americana)
mycteria storks (zoological genus)
painted stork
milky stork
yellow-billed stork
wood stork
Ibisschnabel {m} [ornith.]
Ibis Bill
Ibisse
ibises
Ibisse {pl}; Sichler {pl} (Threskiornithinae) (zoologische Unterfamilie) [zool.]
ibises; ibides; ibes (zoological subfamily)
dito; detto [Bayr.] [Ös.] dto. [ugs.] (genauso wie das vorher Erwähnte)
Mallorca ist mir zu überlaufen. Ibiza dito detto.
'Ich mag keinen Spinat.' 'Geht mir genauso.'
ditto do. [coll.]
Mallorca is too overrun by tourists for my liking. Ditto Ibiza.
'I don't like spinach.' 'Ditto.'
Ibopamin {n} [pharm.]
ibopamine
'Ein Volksfeind' (von Ibsen Werktitel) [lit.]
'An Enemy of the People', 'A Public Enemy' (by Ibsen work title)
'Gespenster' (von Ibsen Werktitel) [lit.]
'Ghosts' (by Ibsen work title)
'Die Frau vom Meer' (von Ibsen Werktitel) [lit.]
'The Lady from the Sea' (by Ibsen work title)
'Die Wildente' (von Ibsen Werktitel) [lit.]
'The Wild Duck' (by Ibsen work title)
'Nora oder Ein Puppenheim' (von Ibsen Werktitel) [lit.]
'A Doll's House' (by Ibsen work title)
'Das Hünengrab' (von Ibsen Werktitel) [lit.]
'The Burial Mound', 'The Warrior's Barrow' (by Ibsen work title)
'Die Kronprätendenten' (von Ibsen Werktitel) [lit.]
'The Pretenders' (by Ibsen work title)
'Die Stützen der Gesellschaft' (von Ibsen Werktitel) [lit.]
'Pillars of Society' (by Ibsen work title)
'Wenn wir Toten erwachen' (von Ibsen Werktitel) [lit.]
'When We Dead Awaken' (by Ibsen work title)
'Baumeister Solness' (von Ibsen Werktitel) [lit.]
'The Master Builder' (by Ibsen work title)
iBuchen {pl} (Fagus) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
aus Buchenholz
beeches (botanical genus)
beechen
Ibuprofen {n} (Mittel gegen Fieber Entzündungen Schmerzen)
Ibuprofen (INN) (remedy for fever inflammation pain)
Sonderorganisationen der Vereinten Nationen
UNO-Organisation für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft FAO
Weltbank; Internationale Bank für Wiederaufbau und Entwicklung
Internationale Zivilluftfahrtorganisation ICAO
Internationale Entwicklungsorganisation IDA
Internationaler Fonds für landwirtschaftliche Entwicklung IFAD
Internationale Finanzkorporation IFC
Internationale Arbeitsorganisation IAO
Internationale Seeschifffahrtsorganisation IMO
Internationale Fernmeldeunion IFU
Internationaler Währungsfonds IWF
Organisation der Vereinten Nationen für Erziehung Wissenschaft und Kultur UNESCO
Organisation der Vereinten Nationen für industrielle Entwicklung UNIDO
Welttourismusorganisation UNWTO
Weltpostverein WPV
Weltgesundheitsorganisation WHO
Weltorganisation für geistiges Eigentum WIPO
Weltorganisation für Meteorologie WMO
United Nations specialized agencies
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO
World Bank; International Bank for Reconstruction and Development IBRD
International Civil Aviation Organization ICAO
International Development Association IDA
International Fund for Agricultural Development IFAD
International Finance Corporation IFC
International Labour Organization ILO
International Maritime Organization IMO
International Telecommunication Union ITU
International Monetary Fund IMF
United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization UNESCO
United Nations Industrial Development Organizatio UNIDO
World Tourism Organization UNWTO
Universal Postal Union UPU
World Health Organization WHO
World Intellectual Property Organization WIPO
World Meteorological Organization WMO
ichbewusst
self aware
ichbewusst, ichbewusste
self aware
ichbewusst; sich seiner selbst bewusst {adj} [psych.]
self-aware
Ichbewusstsein {n}
consciousness of self
Ichbewusstsein
consciousness of self
egozentrisch, ichbezogen {adj}
self-centered, self-centred [Br..]
egozentrisch; ichbezogen {adj}
self-centered; self-centred [Br.]
Egozentriker {m}, Egozentrikerin {f}, ichbezogener Mensch
Egozentriker {pl}, Egozentrikerinnen {pl}
egotist
egotists
Egozentriker {m}; Egozentrikerin {f}; ichbezogener Mensch
Egozentriker {pl}; Egozentrikerinnen {pl}
egotist
egotists
Egozentrik {f}, Ichbezogenheit {f}
self-centredness [Am.]
Egozentrik {f}; Ichbezogenheit {f}
self-centredness [Am.]
Ichbezogenheit {f}
egotism
Iches
inches
Ichform {f}
Ichformen {pl}
first person
first persons
Ichform
first person
Ichformen
first persons
Ichindamin {n} [pharm.]
iquindamine
Weißschwanzmanguste {f}; Weißschwanz-Ichneumon {m} (Ichneumia albicauda) [zool.]
white-tailed mongoose
Herpestes-Mangusten {pl} (Herpestes) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
Indischer Mungo (Herpestes edwardsii)
Kleiner Mungo (Herpestes javanicus)
Ichneumon (Herpestes ichneumon)
herpestes mangooses (zoological genus)
common grey mongoose; Indian grey mongoose
small Asian mongoose
Egyptian mongoose; ichneumon
Schlupfwespen {pl} (Ichneumonidae) (zoologische Familie) [zool.]
scorpion wasps; ichneumon wasps (zoological family)
ichnofossil {n}
ichnofossil
Ichnologie {f}
ichnology
Selbstgefälligkeit {f}; Ichsucht {f}
egocentricity
Fischmöwe {f} (Larus ichthyaetus) [ornith.]
great black-headed gull
Ichthyologe
ichthyologist
Ichthyologen
ichthyologists
Fischkunde {f}, Ichthyologie {f} [zool.]
ichthyology
Ichthyologie
ichthyology
Fischkunde {f}; Ichthyologie {f} [zool.]
ichthyology
ichthyologisch {adv}
ichthyologically
ichthyologisch
ichthyological
ichthyologisch
ichthyologically
Ichthyosaurier {m}; Fischsaurier {m} [zool.] [hist.]
Ichthyosauriere {pl}; Fischsauriere {pl}
Ichthyosaur
Ichthyosaurs
Ichthyosis {f}, Fischschuppenkrankheit {f} [med.]
ichthyosis
Ichthyosis {f}; Fischschuppenkrankheit {f} [med.]
ichthyosis
unerlaubter Befreiungsschuss; unerlaubter Weitschuss; Icing {n} [sport]
icing
Gelbspötter {m} (Hippolais icterina) [ornith.]
icterine warbler
Trupiale {pl} (Vogelgattung) (Icterus) [ornith.]
new World orioles
Montserrattrupial {m} (Icterus oberi) [ornith.]
Montserrat oriole
Heidelbeeren {pl}; Blaubeeren {pl} (Vaccinium) (botanische Gattung) [bot.]
Heidelbeere; Blaubeere; Schwarzbeere; Mollbeere; Wildbeere; Waldbeere; Bickbeere; Zeckbeere; Moosbeere; Heubeere [Süddt.] [Schw.] (Vaccinium myrtillus)
Preiselbeere {f}; Kronsbeere {f} [Nordwestdt.]; Riffelbeere {f} [Bayr.]; Grestling {m} [Bayr.]; Grante {f} [Ös.] (Vaccinium vitis-idaea)
bilberries; whortleberries; whinberries winberries windberries wimberries myrtle blueberries; fraughans; huckleberries [Am.]; black-hearts [Br.] [hist.] (botanical genus)
European blueberry; common bilberry; blue whortleberry; blaeberry; hurtleberry
lingonberry; cowberry; mountain cranberry; foxberry
Idaea-Spanner {pl} (Idaea) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]
idaea moths (zoological genus)
Idaho (US-Bundesstaat, Hauptstadt: Boise)
Idaho (ID, capital: Boise)
Idaho (US-Bundesstaat; Hauptstadt: Boise)
Idaho (ID; capital: Boise)
Bewohner(in) Idahos (US-Bundesstaat)
aus Idaho (stammend) {adj}
Idahoan
Idahoan {adj}
optimal, ideal, Ideal
ideal
Ideal {n}
ideal
ideal {adj}
ideal
Ideal, vorbildlich
ideal
ideal
ideal
ideal
ideally
ideal, perfekt
ideal
etw. hegen; nähren; schüren {vt} [übtr.]
hegend; nährend; schürend
gehegt; genährt; geschürt
hegt; nährt; schürt
hegte; nährte; schürte
den geheimen Wunsch hegen etw. zu tun
ein Ideal verfolgen
den Hass gegen Ausländer schüren
to nurse; to nurture sth. [fig.]
nursing; nurturing
nursed; nurtured
nurses; nurtures
nursed; nurtured
to nurse a secret desire to do sth.
to nurture an ideal
to nurture a hatred of foreigners
möglichst; am besten; am liebsten; idealerweise; optimalerweise {adv}
Sie sollten diese Übungen möglichst jeden Tag machen.
Gemüse sollte am besten biologisch angebaut werden.
Am liebsten würde ich in Rom leben aber das geht nicht.
Ideal wäre es wenn die Kinder einzeln unterrichtet würden.
ideally
Ideally you should do these exercises daily.
Vegetables should ideally be organically grown.
Ideally I'd like to live in Rome but that's not possible.
Ideally the children should be taught individually.
sehr wohl {adv} (Bekräftigung einer angezweifelten Aussage)
Ich verstehe dich sehr wohl.
Das stimmt nicht. Es ist sehr wohl möglich gesundes Essen in wenigen Minuten zuzubereiten.
Er hätte sehr wohl mitkommen können.
Ich weiß sehr wohl gut dass diese Lösung nicht ideal ist.
perfectly; easily
I understand you perfectly well.
This is not true! It's perfectly possible to prepare healthy meals in minutes.
He could easily have come.
I am well aware that this is not the ideal solution.
ideale Verteilung
ideal distribution
Lösung {f} [chem.]
Chlorkalklösung {f}
Elektrolytlösung {f}
Kaliumpolyiodid-Lösung {f}; Iod-Kaliumiodid-Lösung {f}; Iod-Iod-Kaliumlösung {f}
äquimolare Lösung
ideale Lösung
wässrige Lösung
solution soltn
solution of chlorinated lime
solution of electrolytes
solution of iodine and potassium iodide
equimolecular solution
ideal solution
aqueous solution
Rahmen {m} (äußeres Gepräge)
in kleinem Rahmen; im kleinen Rahmen
eine Aufführung in kleinem Rahmen
in kleinem Rahmen im kleinen Rahmen stattfinden
Es war der ideale Rahmen für diese Ausstellung.
Die Insel bot einen idyllischen Rahmen für das Konzert.
Meine Hochzeit fand im kleinen Rahmen nur im engsten Familienkreis statt.
setting
on a small smaller scale; in a small smaller setting
a performance on a smaller scale in a smaller setting
to be a small-scale affair
It was the perfect setting for this exhibition.
The island provided an idyllic setting for the concert.
My wedding was a small-scale affair attended only by close family.
Wurzel {f} [bot.] [übtr.]
Wurzeln {pl}
Wurzeln ausbilden [bot.]
Wurzeln schlagen [bot.] [übtr.]
zurück zu den Wurzeln
an einem Ort heimisch werden einen festen Platz finden [übtr.]
Unkraut mit den Wurzeln ausreißen
Ulmen haben flache Wurzeln.
Kakteen haben tiefe und ausladende Wurzeln.
Dieser Gedanke hatte sich in meinem Kopf festgesetzt.
Es dauerte Jahrzehnte bis die demokratischen Ideale einen festen Platz in diesem Teil der Welt bekamen.
root
roots
to grow develop produce roots
to take strike root roots
back to the roots
to take root in a place
to pull weeds up by the roots
Elm trees have shallow roots.
Cacti have deep and spreading roots.
The idea had taken root in my mind.
It took decades for democratic ideals to take root in that part of the world.
jdn. an jdn. verraten; eine Sache verraten; an etw. Verrat begehen
verratend; an Verrat begehend
verraten; Verrat begangen
er sie verrät
ich er sie verriet
er sie hat hatte verraten
Staatsgeheimnisse verraten
sein Land verraten
seine Überzeugungen Grundsätze Ideale verraten
die Sache der Arbeiterbewegung verraten
ein Doppelagent der dutzende französische Geheimdienstler an die Nazis verriet
to betray sb. to sb.; to betray sth.; to give away sth.
betraying; giving away
betrayed; given away
he she betrays
I he she betrayed
he she has had betrayed
to betray give away state secrets
to betray your country
to betray your beliefs principles ideals
to betray the cause of labour
a double agent who betrayed dozens of French agents to the Nazis
wenn auch; wiewohl [geh.] {conj}
Er nahm diese Arbeit wenn auch zögernd an.
Es war eine ansprechende wenn auch nicht unbedingt ideale Aufführung.
Der Abend verlief sehr angenehm wenn auch etwas ruhig.
Er verfolgte eine Sozialpolitik wenn auch ohne großen Erfolg.
albeit; if
He accepted the job albeit with some hesitation.
It was an enjoyable performance if less than ideal.
The evening was very pleasant albeit a little quiet.
He sought if without much success a social policy.
Ausgangspunkt {m} (auch [übtr.])
ein idealer Ausgangspunkt für Ausflüge in die Umgebung
der Ausgangspunkt für den Roman
base
an ideal base for touring the area
the base for the novel
Raumzeit {f} [phys.]
asymptotisch einfache Raumzeit
dehnbare Raumzeit
Einstein'sche Raumzeit
Gleichgewichtsraumzeit
kompaktifizierte Raumzeit
konische Raumzeit
gekrümmte Raumzeit
Raumzeit aus idealer Flüssigkeit
Robertson-Walker-Raumzeit
Ausdehnung einer Raumzeit
Maximalausdehnung einer Raumzeit
space-time
asymptotically simple space-time
extendible space-time
Einstein's space-time
equilibrium space-time
compactified space-time
conical space-time
curved space-time
perfect fluid space-time
Robertson-Walker space-time
extension of a space-time
maximum extension of a space-time
idealere
more ideal
idealerweise {adv}
ideally
Gespann {n}
ein ideales Gespann bilden
ein merkwürdiges Gespann bilden
team
to make a perfect team
to make strange bedfellows
Idealfall {m}
Idealfälle {pl}
im Idealfall; idealiter [geh.]
ideal case
ideal cases
in the best of cases
Idealfall {m}
ideal case
Idealfall
ideal case
idealisiere, idealisieren
idealize
idealisieren
idealize
idealisieren
idealisierend
idealisiert
idealisiert
idealisierte
to idealize
idealizing
idealized
idealizes
idealized
idealisieren {vt}
idealisierend
idealisiert
idealisiert
idealisierte
to idealize [eAm.]; to idealise [Br.]
idealizing; idealising
idealized; idealised
idealizes
idealized
idealisierend
idealizing
idealisiert
idealizes
idealisierte
idealized
Idealisierung {f}
idealization
Idealisierung
idealization
Idealisierung {f}
idealization [eAm.]; idealisation [Br.]
Idealismus {m}
idealism
Idealismus
idealism
Idealist {m}
Idealisten {pl}
idealist
idealists
Idealist
idealist
Idealist {m}; Idealistin {f}
Idealisten {pl}; Idealistinnen {pl}
idealist
idealists
Idealisten
idealists
Idealistin
idealist
idealistisch {adj}
idealistischer
am idealistischsten
idealistic
more idealistic
most idealistic
idealistisch {adv}
idealistically
lebensfremd, schwärmerisch, idealistisch {adj}
quixotic
idealistisch
idealistic
lebensfremd; schwärmerisch; idealistisch {adj}
quixotic
jdn. etw. nennen; heißen [obs.] {vt}
nennend; heißend
genannt; geheißt
er sie nennt
ich er sie nannte
er sie hat hatte genannt
Wie nennt er sich?
Das nenne ich schlau.
Nenn mich idealistisch oder naiv aber ich bin entschlossen auf den Richtigen zu warten.
to call sb. sth.
calling
called
he she calls
I he she called
he she has had called
What's his name?
That's what I call smart.
Call me idealistic or naive but I am determined to wait for Mr. Right.
idealistische
idealistically
idealistischere
more idealistic
idealistischste
most idealistic
idealste
most ideal
Idealtyp {m}, Idealtypus {m} [pol.] [econ.]
ideal type
Idealtyp {m}; Idealtypus {m} [pol.] [econ.]
ideal type
idealtypisch {adj} [pol.] [econ.]
ideal-typical
Idealvorstellung {f}
ideal conception
ideatorisch {adj} [psych.]
ideatorische Apraxie
ideational
ideational apraxia
ausgefallene Idee
gimmick
eine Idee verständlich machen
put an idea across
Idee an sich reißen
seize an idea
Idee, Gedanke, Einfall
idea
praktische Idee, umsetzbare Idee
practical idea
Begriff {m}, Gedanke {m}, Idee {f}
Begriffe {pl}
notion
notions
Gedanke {m}, Idee {f}, Anschauung {f}, Vorstellung {f}
Gedanken {pl}, Ideen {pl}, Anschauungen {pl}, Vorstellungen {pl}
auf einen Gedanken kommen
eine Vorstellung geben von
idea
ideas
to conceive an idea
to give an idea of
Idee {f}, Begriff {m}, Meinung {f}, Anregung {f}, Plan {m}
Ideen {pl}
eine geniale Idee
fixe Idee {f}
neue Idee
von neuen Ideen übersprudeln
jdn. um Ideen bitten
fixe Ideen haben
idea
ideas
a brilliant idea
idee fixe
novel idea
to be brim-full of new ideas
to pick sb.'s brains
to have a bee in one's bonnet [fig.]
Idee {f}, Gedanke {m}
Ideen {pl}
conception
conceptions
Marotte {f}, fixe Idee {f}
crank
Wahnidee {f}, wahnhafte Idee
delusional idea
festhalten (an einer Idee)
to cherish
mitteilen {vt}
mitteilend
mitgeteilt
teilt mit
teilte mit
um es dir mitzuteilen
ein Idee vermitteln
to communicate
communicating
communicated
communicates
communicated
to let you know
to communicate an idea
Die Idee gefällt mir.
I fancy the idea.
Diese Idee kannst du dir gleich aus dem Kopf schlagen.
You can put that idea right out of your mind.
Ich habe eine Idee.
I have got an idea.
Ich habe nicht die leiseste Idee.
I haven't the remotest idea.
Von wem stammt eigentlich die Idee?
Who originated the idea, by the way?
Wessen Idee ist das?
Who's the brain behind?
Idee
conception
gute Idee
good idea
Idee
idea
Idee, Begriff, Meinung, Plan
idea
Begriff, Gedanke, Idee
notion
auf eine Idee bringen
get an idea from something
Idee, Gedanke
idea
Begriff {m}; Gedanke {m}; Idee {f}
Begriffe {pl}
notion
notions
Einfall {m}; Idee {f}
Einfälle {pl}; Ideen {pl}
inspiration
inspirations
Fahne {f}; Flagge {f}; Fähnchen {n}
Fahnen {pl}; Flaggen {pl}
die Fahne hochhalten
Flagge führen [naut.]
Flagge zeigen
die Fahne Flagge einholen einziehen
Fahne auf Halbmast
sich etw. auf die seine Fahnen schreiben
sich eine Errungenschaft an die Fahnen heften können
Diese Idee können sich die Konservativen an ihre Fahnen heften.
flag
flags
to fly the flag
to fly one's flag
to show the flag
to take down lower the flag
flag at half-mast; flag at half-staff
to champion the cause of sth.
to be able to lay claim to an achievement
The Conservatives can lay claim to this idea.
Gedanke {m}; Idee {f}; Vorstellung {f}
Gedanken {pl}; Ideen {pl}; Vorstellungen {pl}
fixe Idee {f}
von einer Idee besessen sein
auf einen Gedanken kommen
eine Vorstellung geben von
Vorstellungskomplex {m}; Ideenkomplex {m}
idea
ideas
idee fixe
to be besotted with an idea
to conceive an idea
to give an idea of
body of ideas
Haube {f}; Häubchen {n}
Hauben {pl}; Häubchen {pl}
Das geht mir nicht mehr aus dem Kopf.; Das will mir nicht mehr aus dem Kopf.
Stromsparen ist bei meinem Onkel eine fixe Idee.
Unser Nachbar hat einen Autofimmel.
bonnet
bonnets
That has put a bee in my bonnet.
My uncle has got a bee in his bonnet about saving electricity.
Our neighbour always has a bee in his bonnet about cars.
Idee {f}; Einfall {m}
Ideen {pl}; Einfälle {pl}
eine geniale Idee
neue Idee
vor neuen Ideen sprudeln
jdn. um Ideen bitten
idea
ideas
a brilliant idea
novel idea
to be brim-full of new ideas
to pick sb.'s brains
Idee {f}; Gedanke {m}
Ideen {pl}
conception
conceptions
Intelligenzbolzen {m} (oft iron.)
Irgendein Intelligenzbolzen hatte die glorreiche Idee sämtliche Aufschriften durch Symbole zu ersetzen.
bright spark [Br.]
Some bright spark came up with the idea of replacing all lettering with symbols.
Macke {f}; fixe Idee {f}
Macken {pl}
eine Macke haben; einen Fimmel haben
kink
kinks
to be nuts
Marotte {f}; fixe Idee {f}
crank
Wahnidee {f}; wahnhafte Idee
delusional idea
sich gegen etw. absichern; sich vor etw. schützen {vr} [econ.]
Ich gehe auf Nummer Sicher.
auf mehrere Pferde setzen [übtr.]
Es ist eine gute Idee von dir auf mehrere Pferde zu setzen indem du dich bei mehr als einer Hochschule bewirbst.
to hedge against sth.
I'll hedge my bet.
to hedge one's bets
It's a good idea to hedge your bets by applying to more than one university.
in sich aufsaugen; in sich aufnehmen; sich einverleiben (Idee Tradition etc.) [übtr.]
in sich aufsaugend; in sich aufnehmend; sich einverleibend
in sich aufgesaugt; in sich aufgenommen; sich einverleibt
to imbibe sth. [fig.] (idea tradition etc.)
imbibing
imbibed
(auch nur) ein bisschen ein wenig (Positivsatz); auch nicht; kein bisschen; (um) keinen Deut (Negativsatz)
Geht's dir ein bisschen besser?
Schneller kann ich nicht laufen.
Wenn diese Prognosen auch nur annähernd stimmen wäre das ein großer Erfolg.
Diese Hose sieht kein bisschen anders aus als die anderen.
Sie war von seiner Idee nicht besonders angetan.
Ich denke an ein zweites Kind denn ich werde auch nicht jünger.
any (+ adjective)
Are you feeling any better?
I can't run any faster.
If these projections are any close to accurate it would be a great success.
Those trousers don't look any different from the others.
She wasn't any too pleased about his idea.
I am thinking of baby number two as I am not getting any younger.
sich durchsetzen (bei jdm.) {vr} (Sache)
Die Idee setzte sich schnell durch.
Ich bezweifle dass sich das Spiel bei älteren Leuten durchsetzen wird.
Auch in diesen Ländern hat sich die Erkenntnis durchgesetzt dass Wirtschaftswachstum kein Garant für Wohlstand ist.
Mittlerweile hat sich die Erkenntnis durchgesetzt dass eine von oben verordnete Politik nicht zielführend ist.
Es hat sich bei allen Beteiligten die Erkenntnis durchgesetzt dass es billiger kommt eine Fremdfirma damit zu beauftragen.
to be generally accepted; to gain acceptance; to catch on (with sb.)
The idea rapidly gained acceptance.
I doubt that the game will ever catch on with elder people.
Even in these countries it is generally recognised that economic growth is no guarantee of well-being.
There is now a broad awareness that a top-down approach to policy design will not deliver results.
All those involved have realized now come to the conclusion that it is cheaper to employ an outside company.
eigentlich {adv} (Frage nach Grundsätzlichem)
Kannst du eigentlich blind tippen?
Wie war eigentlich das Konzert?
Von wem stammt eigentlich die Idee?
Hast du eigentlich noch das Original?
Du Papa was sind eigentlich Kriminelle?
Was willst du eigentlich?
Wem gehört eigentlich dieses Haus?
Was hat er eigentlich?
by the way; incidentally (prepositive); exactly; anyway (postpositive)
By the way can you touch-type?
Incidentally how was the concert?
Who originated the idea by the way?
Incidentally do you still have the original?
Dad what exactly are criminals?; Dad what are criminals anyway?
What exactly do you want?; What's bothering you anyway?
Whose house is this anyway?
What's the matter with him anyway?
sich in etw. einlesen; sich etwas über etw. anlesen; vorher etwas über etw. lesen {vt}
sich einlesend; sich anlesend; vorher lesend
sich eingelesen; sich angelesen; vorher gelesen
sich in ein Thema einlesen
sich etw. nur angelesen haben [pej.]
Ich werde mir etwas über die Geschichte der Länder anlesen die wir besuchen werden.
Es ist eine gute Idee vor einem Bewerbungsgespräch etwas über die Firma zu lesen.
to read up on sth.
reading up
read up
to read up on a subject
to have just read it out of books
I'll read up on the history of the countries we'll be visiting.
It's a good idea to read up on the company before going for a job interview.
entgegenbringen {vt}
entgegenbringend
entgegengebracht
jdm. Verständnis entgegenbringen
jdm. Vertrauen entgegenbringen
einer Idee einem Vorschlag Interesse entgegenbringen
to meet with
meeting with
met with
to show sb. understanding
to put one's trust in sb.
to show display interest in an idea a suggestion
festhalten {vt}
festhaltend
festgehalten
an etw. festhalten
sich an etw. festhalten
an einer Idee einem Prinzip festhalten
to hold down; to hold tight; to hold on
holding down; holding tight; holding on
held down; held tight; held on
to hold onto sth.
to hold oneself onto sth.
to hold fast to an idea a principle
gefallen; mögen {vt}
gefallend; mögend
gefallen; gemocht
Die Idee gefällt mir.
Was möchtest du zum Frühstück?; Was hättest du gerne zum Frühstück?
to fancy
fancying
fancied
I fancy the idea.
What do you fancy for breakfast?
haarsträubend; abenteuerlich; unmöglich; überspannt; bizarr {adj} (Idee; Aussage Frisur; Kleidung)
Er ist unmöglich!
outrageous (idea; statement hairstyle; clothing)
He is outrageous!
etw. hegen; etw. pflegen; sich um etw. bemühen {vt}
hegend; pflegend; sich bemühend
gehegt; gepflegt; sich bemüht
die Hoffnung hegen dass ...
sich der Illusion hingeben dass ...
eine Idee verfolgen
eine Tradition pflegen
die transatlantischen Beziehungen pflegen
ein lang gehegter Traum
Er achtet sehr auf seine Privatsphäre.
Schnittke verfolgte die Idee einer Faust-Oper.
to cherish sth.
cherishing
cherished
to cherish the hope that ...
to cherish the illusion that ...
to cherish an idea
to cherish a tradition
to cherish the transatlantic relations
a long-cherished dream
He cherishes his privacy.
Schnittke cherished the idea of a Faust opera.
hirnrissig; hirnverbrannt; blödsinnig; schwachsinnig {adj} [pej.] (Sache)
eine hirnverbrannte Idee
featherbrained (matter)
a featherbrained idea
hirnrissig {adj} (Idee etc.)
cockamamie; cockamamy [Am.] [slang] (idea etc.)
in sich; an sich (schon); von sich aus; von seiner Art Ausrichtung her; von vornherein; a priori [geh.] {adv}
eng an etw. gekoppelt sein
eine in sich schlechte Handlung
Chips und Süßigkeiten die an sich schon ungesund sind
(von vornherein) kommerziell ausgerichtete Fernsehsendungen
An sich ist an dieser Idee nichts auszusetzen.
Wissenschaft ist nicht a priori gut.
intrinsically
to be intrinsically linked to sth.
an intrinsically evil action
crisps and sweets which are intrinsically unhealthy
intrinsically commercial TV programmes
There is nothing intrinsically wrong with the idea.
Science is not intrinsically good.
auf etw. kommen; sich etw. einfallen lassen
auf kommend; sich einfallen lassend
auf gekommen; sich einfallen lassen
einen Plan eine Idee haben
to conceive sth.
conceiving
conceived
to conceive ia plan an idea
etw. lancieren {vt} (Idee Plan)
lancierend
lanciert
die Möglichkeit in den Raum stellen dass die Firma ihr eigenes System herausbringt
to float sth. (idea plan)
floating
floated
to float the possibility of the company launching its own system
mitteilen {vt}
mitteilend
mitgeteilt
teilt mit
teilte mit
um es dir mitzuteilen
ein Idee vermitteln
sich jdm. mitteilen
to communicate
communicating
communicated
communicates
communicated
to let you know
to communicate an idea
to communicate with sb.
monoman {adj} (von einer Idee besessen)
monomaniacal
nachträglicher Gedanke {m}; nachträgliche Idee {f}
erst nachträglich; im Nachhinein; noch
Er hat sie erst nachträglich eingeladen.
'Bring auch deine Schwester mit' fügte er noch hinzu.
afterthought
as an afterthought
He invited her as an afterthought.
'Bring your sister too' he added as an afterthought.
schlecht; mager; dürftig {adj}
schlechtes Deutsch
sich schlecht ernähren
von der Idee her großartig aber schlecht in der Ausführung
Seine Arbeit ist schlecht.
poor
poor German
to eat a poor diet
great in concept yet poor in execution
His work is poor.
schrullig; kauzig {adj}
eine verrückte Idee
vertrotteln {vi}
dotty [Br.] [coll.]
a dotty idea
to go dotty
verrückt; wild; unbedacht; toll {adj}
eine ausgeflippte Idee
übermütige Streiche
madcap
a madcap idea
madcap antics
etw. verwerfen; etw. abschreiben {vt} (Plan; Idee)
verwerfend; abschreibend
verworfen; abgeschrieben
Diesen Gedanken habe ich aber wieder verworfen.
to dismiss; to discard; to reject sth. (idea; plan)
dismissing; discarding; rejecting
dismissed; discarded; rejected
But then I dismissed discarded rejected that idea.
wessen {pron}
Wessen Idee war das?
Wessen Schlüssel ist das?; Wem gehört der Schlüssel?
Mir ist egal wessen Schuld es ist.
whose
Whose idea was that?
Whose key is this?; WHose is this key?
I don't care whose fault it is.
auf jdn. auf ein Ereignis bis in eine bestimmte Epoche zurückgehen; zurückreichen {vi}
Die Idee eines neuen Römischen Reiches geht auf Karl den Großen zurück.
Diese Tradition reicht bis ins Jahr 1755 zurück.
to date back to sb. an event a given epoch; to date from an event a given epoch
The concept of a revived Roman Empire dates back to Charlemagne.
This tradition dates back to 1755.
Wie bereits in der "Konservativen Revolution" hatten die "68er" ihren Anfang und Kern in den ganz wesentlichen Fragen nach der kritischen Selbstsicht des Menschen nach dem ideelen Gehalt seines Tuns und dessen metaphysische Bindung an Gott.
Just as in the earlier "Conservative Revolution" the origin and essence of the "'68ers" was rooted in the substantive questions of human beings' capacity for critical self-reflection of the ideal composition of their actions and of their metaphysical connection to God.
ideell {adj}
ideational
ideell {adj}
non-material, spiritual
ideell {adv}
ideally
ideell, scheinbar {adj}
ideeller
am ideellsten
imaginary
more imaginary
most imaginary
ideell
ideally
ideell, scheinbar
imaginary
ideell {adj}
der ideelle Gehalt des Films
non-materialistic; idealistic; spiritual
the ideas in behind the film
ideell; scheinbar; gedacht {adj}
imaginary
Liebhaberwert {m}; ideeller Wert {m}
Liebhaberwerte {pl}; ideelle Werte {pl}
sentimental value; affection value
sentimental values; affection values
inner; immanent; inhärent; ureigen {adj}; Eigen...
innere Energie {f} [phys.]
Eigengenauigkeit {f}
ein fester untrennbarer Bestandteil das Kernstück von etw.
die inhärenten Eigenschaften des Stoffes
ein Mangel am Fahrzeug selbst
der materielle oder ideelle Wert eines Gegenstands
der Substanzwert einer Firma Aktie [econ.] [fin.]
reiner Urkundenbeweis [jur.]
intrinsic
intrinsic energy
intrinsic accuracy
an intrinsic part of sth.
the intrinsic properties of the substance
an intrinsic defect in the vehicle
the intrinsic or sentimental value of an item
the intrinsic value of a company share
intrinsic evidence
Drehzapfen {m}
Drehzapfen {pl}
mit ideellem Drehzapfen; drehzapfenlos {adj}
centre pin; pivot
centre pins; pivots
with false pivot
ideeller Wert einer Firma
goodwill of a company
Goodwill {m}, (ideeller) Firmenwert {m} [econ.]
goodwill
Goodwill {m}; (ideeller) Firmenwert {m} [econ.]
goodwill
ideellere
more imaginary
ideellste
most imaginary
Brainstorming-Methode zum Sammeln von Ideen
brainstorming
Sammlung {f} von Ideen
brainstorming
sprudeln, blubbern
vor Ideen sprühen
to bubble
to be bubbling over with ideas
Sie steckt voller guter Ideen.
She's full of good ideas.
Sammlung von Ideen
brainstorming
Ideen
conceptions
Ahnungen, Ideen
ideas
Ideen
ideas
falsche Ideen
false ideas
Ideen zusammentragen
brainstorm
bei jdm. Anklang Zustimmung Zuspruch Beifall finden; jdn. ansprechen; jdm. zusagen
allgemein Anklang finden
Sein ungezwungenes Benehmen fand nicht bei allen Kollegen Anklang.
Der Plan stieß bei den Verbündeten auf keine Zustimmung.
Seine Ideen werden das Gros der Wähler wohl kaum ansprechen.
Es gibt da eine bestimmte Variante die mir zusagt.
to commend itself themselves to sb.(formal)
to commend itself themselves to all
His easy manners did not commend itself to all of his colleagues.
The plan did not commend itself to the Allies.
His ideas are not likely to commend themselves to most voters.
One particular variation commends itself to me.
Aufnahmebereitschaft {f}; Aufgeschlossenheit {f}; Offenheit {f}; Zugänglichkeit {f} [soc.]
die Aufnahmebereitschaft Aufgeschlossenheit des Publikums
Aufgeschlossenheit Offenheit gegenüber neuen Ideen
receptivity; receptiveness; responsiveness
the receptivity receptiveness responsiveness of the audience
receptivity receptiveness responsiveness to new ideas
Flausen {pl}; dumme Ideen {pl}
jdm. Flausen in den Kopf setzen
Sie hat nur Flausen im Kopf.
Denen werden ich die Flausen austreiben.
fancy ideas; silly ideas
to put fancy ideas into sb.'s head
She's full of silly ideas.
I'll knock all that nonsense out of them.
Gesprächsparter {m} Plattform {f} für Feedback; Konsultationsforum {n}
jdn. haben mit dem man Dinge durchbesprechen kann
Ich hole mir immer bei meiner Frau das (erste) Feedback für neue Ideen.
sounding board [fig.]
to have sb. to use as a sounding board
I always use my wife as a sounding board for new ideas.
Haltung {f} [übtr.]; Standpunkt {m}
Er hat in dem Streit eine neutrale Haltung eingenommen.
Die Opposition griff die Haltung der Regierung zur Privatisierung.
eine Abwehrhaltung gegenüber neuen Ideen einnehmen
eine Drohkulisse aufbauen
posture
He took a neutral posture in the argument.
The opposition attacked the government's posture on privatisation [Br.] privatization [Am.].
to adopt a defensive posture towards new ideas
to adopt a threatening posture threatening postures
Ideen entwickeln {vi}
Ideen entwickelnd
Ideen entwickelt
to ideate
ideating
ideated
Pastiche {m} (Nachahmung fremder Stile oder Ideen) (von etw.) [art]
pastiche (of sth.)
Sammlung {f} von Ideen
brainstorming; spitballing [slang]
abnutzen; abnützen
abnutzend; abnützend
abgenutzt; abgenützt
nutzt ab; nützt ab
nutzte ab; nützte ab
überholte Ideen
to outwear {outwore; outworn}
outwearing
outworn
outwears
outwore
outworn ideas
aufgeschlossen; offen; zugänglich {adj} (gegenüber etw.) [psych.] [soc.]
ein aufgeschlossenes Publikum
neuen Ideen gegenüber aufgeschlossen offen sein
Ich habe versucht ihn zum Reden zu bringen aber er war nicht sehr zugänglich.
receptive; responsive (to sth.)
a receptive responsive audience
to be receptive responsive to new ideas
I tried to get him talking but he wasn't very responsive.
eigenständig; originell; originär [geh.]; grundlegend neu {adj}
eigenständige Ideen Einfälle
eine höchst originelle Formgebung
Sein Werk ist nicht gerade originär.
original
original ideas
a highly original design
His work is not really original.
luftleer {adj}
Ideen entstehen nicht im luftleeren Raum.
Unterricht spielt sich nicht im luftleeren Raum ab.
airvoid; vacuum
Ideas don't emerge in a vacuum.
Teaching does not exist in a vacuum. [fig.]
sprudeln; blubbern {vi}
vor Ideen sprühen
to bubble
to be bubbling over with ideas
etw. (öffentlich oder formell) vorlegen; vorbringen; vorstellen; präsentieren {vt}
vorlegend; vorbringend; vorstellend; präsentierend
vorgelegt; vorgebracht; vorgestellt; präsentiert
einen Antrag vorlegen einbringen
unausgegorene Ideen vorbringen
die Theorie die er in seinem Buch vorgestellt hatte
Der Bürgermeister legte einen Plan für ein neues Schigebiet vor.
Er brachte den Antrag ein der Stadtrat möge zurücktreten.
Sie legte einen Lösungsvorschlag vor.
to propose sth.; to propound sth.
proposing; propounding
proposed; propounded
to propose a motion
to propound half-baked ideas
the theory propounded in his book
The mayor proposed a plan for a new skiing area.
He proposed a motion that the city councillor resign.
She proposed a possible solution.
jdn. etw. mit jdm. etw. in einen Topf werfen; über einen Kamm scheren [übtr.]
A und B in einen Topf werfen über einen Kamm scheren
Australien und Neuseeland werden in Urlaubsprospekten gerne in einen Topf geworfen.
Sie wird oft mit Science-Fiction-Autoren in einen Topf geworfen.
Du kannst nicht alle ihre Ideen pauschal als dumm abtun.
to lump sb. sth. together; to lump sb. sth.in with sb. sth.
to lump A and B together; to lump A (in) with B
Australia and New Zealand tend to be lumped together in holiday brochures
She often gets lumped in with science fiction authors.
You can't lump all their ideas together as foolish.
etw. an sich reißen; etw. stehlen; etw. klauen (bspw. Ideen)
to hijack sth.
ideenarm {adj}
lacking of ideas
Ideenfindung {f}; Ideenbildung {f}
idea generation; ideation
Ideenfabrik {f}
think-tank [Am.]
(interdisziplinäres) Seminar zur Ideenfindung; Ideenseminar {n}; Ideenworkshop {m}
sandpit workshop; sandpit meeting
graphischer Ideengestalter
visualizer
Ideengestaltung
visualizing
Geflecht {n}; Netz {n}; Komplex {m} (von etw.)
Ideenkomplex {m}
Interessenskomplex {m}
nexus (of sth.) (formal)
nexus of ideas
nexus of interests
Ideenlehre {f}, Ideologie {f}
Ideenlehren {pl}, Ideologien {pl}
ideology
ideologies
Ideenlehre, Ideologie
ideology
Ideenlehre {f}; Ideologie {f}
Ideenlehren {pl}; Ideologien {pl}
ideology
ideologies
Ideenlehren, Ideologien
ideologies
ideenlos {adj}
devoid of ideas, lacking in ideas, unimaginative
ideenlos {adj}
devoid of ideas; lacking in ideas; unimaginative
fantasielos; einfallslos; ideenlos; nicht erfinderisch {adj}
uncreative
Ideenlosigkeit {f}
without imagination
Ideenlosigkeit
without imagination
Ideenlosigkeit {f}
unimaginativeness; lack of imaginativeness creativity imagination
Ideenmangel {m}, Gedankenarmut {f}
dearth of ideas
Ideenmangel {m}; Gedankenarmut {f}
dearth of ideas
ideenreich {adj}
full of ideas, inventive, imaginative
ideenreich {adj}
full of ideas; inventive; imaginative
Ideenreichtum {m}
inventiveness
Ideenreichtum
inventiveness
Kreativität {f}; schöpferische Kraft {f}; Einfallsreichtum {m}; Ideenreichtum {m}
creativity; creativeness; creative power skill gift talent inventiveness; resourcefulness
Phantasiereichtum {m}; Ideenreichtum {m}; Erfindungsgabe {f}
imaginativeness
Ideensammlungsmethode
brainstorming
Ideenskizze {f}
idea sketch
Ideenskizze {f}
Ideenskizzen {pl}
idea sketch
idea sketches
Ideenwelt {f}
world of ideas
Ideenwettbewerb {m}
Ideenwettbewerbe {pl}
competition of concepts; idieas competition
competitions of concepts; ideas competitions
'Nec aut idem' (Vermerk auf einem Rezept) [med.] [pharm.]
'Dispense as written' DAW (note on a prescription)
idempotent {adj}
idempotent
idempotent {adj} [math.]
idempotent
Idempotenz {f} [math.]
idempotence
Iden
ides
gleichlautend, identisch, völlig gleich, ident [Ös.] {adj} (mit)
identical (with, to)
identisch; ident [Ös.]; völlig gleich {adj} (mit etw.)
bedingt identisch
identical (to with sth.)
identical to a limited extent
Identifikation {f}, Kennung {f}
identification
Identifizierung {f}; Identifikation {f} (von jdm. etw.)
identification; identifying (of sb. sth.)
Radiofrequenz-Identifikation {f} RFID
radio frequency identification RFID
SIM-Karte {f}; Teilnehmer-Identifikationsmodul {n} [telco.]
SIM-Karten {pl}
SIM card; subscriber identity module
SIM cards
Identifikationsnummer {f}, Kennnummer {f}, Kennummer {f} [alt]
identification number
Identifizierungszeichen {n}, Identifikationsnummer {f}, Identifizierungsmerkmal {n}, Identifikator {m}
Identifizierungszeichen {pl}, Identifikationsnummern {pl}, Identifizierungsmerkmale {pl}, Identifikatoren {pl}
identifier
identifiers
persönliche Geheimzahl {f}, persönliche Identifikationsnummer {f}, PIN {f}
personal identification number, PIN
Geheimnummer {f}; Geheimzahl {f}
Geheimnummern {pl}; Geheimzahlen {pl}
persönliche Geheimnummer {f}; persönliche Geheimzahl {f}; persönliche Identifikationsnummer {f} PIN ; PIN-Kode {m}; "PIN-Nummer" {f}
seinen PIN-Kode eingeben
secret number; secret code
secret numbers; secret codes
personal identification number PIN ; Pin key; Pin code
to tap in one's PIN
Identifikationsnummer {f}; Kennnummer {f}; Kennummer {f} [alt]
identification number
Doublettenfahrzeug {n} (mit gleichen Identifikationsnummern)
Doublettenfahrzeuge {pl}
cloned vehicle (with identical ID)
cloned vehicles
Cookie {n}, Online-Identifikator {m} [comp.]
Cookies {pl}, Online-Identifikatoren {pl}
cookie
cookies
Cookie {n}; Online-Identifikator {m} [comp.]
Cookies {pl}; Online-Identifikatoren {pl}
cookie
cookies
Erkennungsmerkmal {n}; Erkennungszeichen {n}; Kennzeichen {n}; Kennung {f}; Kennnummer {f}; Identifikator {m}
Erkennungsmerkmale {pl}; Erkennungszeichen {pl}; Kennzeichen {pl}; Kennungen {pl}; Kennnummern {pl}; Identifikatoren {pl}
biometrische Erkennungsmerkmale
identifier
identifiers
biometric identifiers
erkennbar, identifizierbar {adj}
identifiable
identifizierbar
identificable
erkennbar, identifizierbar
identifiable
erkennbar; identifizierbar {adj}
nicht erkennbar; nicht identifizierbar
identifiable
unidentifiable
identifiziere, identifizieren
identify
identifizieren, erkennen, kennzeichnen
identify
identifizieren
identifizierend
identifiziert
identifiziert
identifizierte
to identify
identifying
identified
he identifies
identified
identifizieren
identify
identifizieren
identifying
identifizieren
tagging
eindeutig; in eindeutiger Weise {adv}
etw. eindeutig identifizieren
uniquely
to uniquely identify sth.
jdn. identifizieren; jds. Identität feststellen {vt} [adm.]
identifizierend; jds. Identität feststellend
identifiziert; jds. Identität festgestellt
identifiziert
identifizierte
to identify sb.; to establish sb.'s identity
identifying; establishing sb.'s identity
identified; established sb.'s identity
identifies
identified
sich mit etw. identifizieren {vi} [psych.]
sich identifizierend
sich identifiziert
sich mit seiner Arbeit voll und ganz identifizieren
to identify with sth.
identifying
identified
to fully identify with one's work
etw. nachempfinden; etw. nachvollziehen {vt}; sich in jdn. etw. hineinversetzen {vr}
nachempfindend; nachvollziehend; sich hineinversetzend
nachempfunden; nachvollzogen; sich hineinversetzt
sich in eine Rolle hineinversetzen
Kennst du diese Situation?
Ich weiß wie es ist auf der Verliererseite zu stehen.
Ich kann gut nachempfinden nachvollziehen was du durchmachst.
Viele Erwachsene können sich nicht in Kinder hineinversetzen.
Unser Produkt braucht ein Image mit dem sich die Leute identifizieren können.
to relate to sth.; to empathize empathise [Br.] with sth.
relating to; empathizing empathising
related to; empathized empathised
to empathize with a part
Can you relate to this situation?
I can relate to being the loser.
I can really relate to empathize with what you are going through.
Many adults can't relate to children.
Our product needs an image that people can relate to.
identifizierend
tagging
identifizierend
identifying
identifiziert
identified
identifiziert
identifies
gekennzeichnet, identifizierte
identified
identifizierte
identified
Identifizierung, Kennzeichnung
identification
Identifizierung {f}, Indentifikation {f}
identification
Identifizierung {f}
identifying
Identifizierung {f}, Ausweisung {f}
designation
biometrisch {adj}
biometrische Identifizierung {f}
biometric
biometric identification
Identifizierung {f}, Ausweis {m}
ID : identification
Identifizierung
identification
Identifizierung
identifying
Identifizierung {f}; Erkennung {f}; Kennung {f} (von etw.)
identification (of sth.)
Identifizierung {f} mit Hilfe von Hochfrequenz [electr.]
radio frequency identification RFID
Identifizierungen
identifications
Identifizierungsmerkmale
identifiers
Identifizierungszeichen
identifier
identisch, gleich, gleichlautend
identical
identisch {adv}
identically
identisch {adj}
cookie-cutter
identisch mit
identically equal to
identisch
identic
gleichlautend, identisch
identical
identisch
identical
identisch
identically
ein Artikel identisch mit Ihrem
an article identical with yours
identisch in Ausführung und Qualität
an article of identical type and quality
identisch {adv}
identisch mit
identically
identically equal to
identische
identically
Identität
identity
Nachweis der Identität
proof of identity
Authentifizierung {f}, Authentifikation {f}, Überprüfung der Identität
authentication
Authentisierung {f}, Nachweis der Identität
authentication
Gleichheit {f}, Identität {f}
identity
Identität {f}
Identitäten {pl}
die Identität feststellen
die Identität nachweisen
identity
identities
to prove the identity
to establish the identity
Identität {f} [math.]
identity
Person (oder Leiche) mit ungeklärter oder geheimer Identität
John Doe, Jane Doe [Am.]
Identität {f}
ID : identitiy
Identitaet
idendity
Identität
identicalness
Gleichheit, Identitaet
identity
Euler'sche Identität {f} [math.]
Euler's identity
Gleichheit {f}; Identität {f}
identity
Identität {f}
Identitäten {pl}
jds. Identität nachweisen
identity ID
identities
to prove sb.'s identity
Inkognitoadoption {f} (die Identität der Adoptiveltern wird vor der Kindesmutter geheimgehalten) [jur.]
Inkognitoadoptionen {pl}
incognito adoption (the identities of the adoptive parents are not disclosed to the child's mother)
incognito adoptions
Legendierung {f} (fiktive Identität für einen verdeckten Ermittler)
backstopping (fictitious identity for an undercover investigator)
britische Identität {f}; britische Wesensart {f}; das Britische {n} [soc.]
Britishness
jdn. etw. namentlich erwähnen; jdn. etw. nennen; jdn. etw. aufzählen [ugs.] {vt}
namentlich erwähnend; nennend; aufzählend
namentlich erwähnt; genannt; aufgezählt
alle oben erwähnten obgenannten Autoren
um nur einige zu nennen
Tischdekorationen Ballone Konfetti; Seifenblasen - was man sich nur denken kann du kannst dir's aussuchen [ugs.] (nach Aufzählungen)
(konkrete) Namen nennen
jdn. (öffentlich) beim Namen nennen und an den Pragner stellen
Ich könnte noch andere nennen aufzählen [ugs.] aber ...
ein Ehepaar dessen Name nicht genannt werden kann um die Identität der Kinder zu schützen
Können Sie die Person nennen die sie angegriffen hat?
Wie viele der 50 amerikanischen Bundesstaaten kannst du nennen aufzählen [ugs.]?
Die Namen von fünf weiteren Opfern wurden noch nicht bekanntgegeben.
Du sagst einfach wann und wo und wir werden da sein.
to name sb. sth. (mention their name)
naming
named
all of the authors named above
to name but a few; to name just only a handful
table decorations balloons confetti soap bubbles - you name it (after listing things)
to name names
to (publicly) name and shame sb. [Br.]
There are others I could name but ...
a couple who cannot be named to protect the identity of the children
Can you name the person who attacked you?
How many of the 50 American states can you name?
Five further victims have yet to be named.
Just name the day date and place and we'll be there.
Identitäten {pl}
identicalness
Identitaeten
identicalness
Identitaeten
identities
Identitätsdiebstahl {m}
identity theft
Diebstahl {m} (Straftatbestand) [jur.]
Diebstähle {pl}
einfacher Diebstahl
schwerer Diebstahl
bandenmäßiger Diebstahl; Bandendiebstahl {m}
Bagatelldiebstahl {m}
Datendiebstahl {m}; Datenklau {m}
Einbruchsdiebstahl {m}
Einschleichdiebstahl {m}
Gelegenheitsdiebstahl {m}
Identitätsdiebstahl {m}
Kassendiebstahl {m}
Kunstdiebstahl {m}
Rechnerzeitdiebstahl {m}; Rechenzeitdiebstahl {m}
Trickdiebstahl {m}
Viehdiebstahl {f}
theft; larceny [Am.] (criminal offence)
thefts; larcenies
petty petit theft; petty petit larceny [Am.]
aggravated theft; grand larceny [Am.]
gang theft
petty theft
data theft; theft of data
theft by breaking and entering
walk-in theft
sneak theft
identity theft
theft from the till
theft of objets d'art
computer time theft
theft by trickery
cattle theft; rustling
Transgender {m}, Mensch, dessen Identitätsgeschlecht nicht ihren körperlichen Geschlechtsmerkmalen entspricht
transgender
Ausweis {m}, Personalausweis {m}, Identitätskarte {f}
Ausweise {pl}, Personalausweise {pl}, Identitätskarten {pl}
identity card, ID card
identity cards, ID cards
Personalausweis {m}; Identitätskarte {f} [Schw.]
Personalausweise {pl}; Identitätskarten {pl}
Personalausweis für Ausländer; Ausländerausweis {f}
falscher Ausweis
identity card; ID card; identification card
identity cards; ID cards; identification cards
alien's identity card
bogus identity card
identitätslos {adj}
without identity; lacking (in) identity
identitätslos; leer {adj}; ohne inneres Wesen ohne Eigennatur; ohne Kern
identityless; devoid of an inherent nature
Identitätsnachweis {m}, Legitimation {f}
Identitätsnachweise {pl}
proof of identity
proofs of identity
Identitaetsnachweis
proof of identity
Identitätsnachweis {m}; Legitimation {f} [adm.]
Identitätsnachweise {pl}; Legitimationen {pl}
proof of identity; legitimation
proofs of identity; legitimations
Identitaetsnachweise
proofs of identity
Identitätsprüfung {f}; Authentifizierung {f}; Authentifikation {f} (eines Benutzers Geräts) [comp.]
authentication (of a user device)
identitätsstiftend {adj} [psych.]
(bei jdm.) identitätsstiftend sein wirken
identity-generating
to give (sb.) an identity
Corporate Identity {f}, Unternehmensidentität {f}
corporate identity
Corporate Identity {f}; Unternehmensidentität {f}
corporate identity
ideografisch {adj}; ideographisch {adj}
ideographic {adj}
Ideogramm {n}
Ideogramme {pl}
ideograph, ideogram
ideographs, ideograms
Ideogramm
ideograph
Ideogramm {n}
Ideogramme {pl}
ideograph; ideogram
ideographs; ideograms
Ideogramme
ideographs
Störung {f} der Bewegungsausführungen; Apraxie {f} [med.]
Lidschlussunfähigkeit {f}
Scheinapraxie {f}
ideokinetische Apraxie
ideomotorische Apraxie
innervatorische Apraxie
kinetische Apraxie
konstruktive Apraxie
kortikale Apraxie
motorische Apraxie
okulomotorische Apraxie
sensorische Apraxie
verbale Apraxie
apraxia
apraxia of lid closure
pseudoapraxia
ideokinetic apraxia
ideomotor apraxia
innervation apraxia
kinetic apraxia
constructive apraxia
cortical apraxia
motor apraxia
oculomotor apraxia
sensory apraxia
verbal apraxia
Ideologe {m}
ideologist
Ideologe {m}
ideologue
Ideologe
ideologist
Ideologe
ideologue
Ideologen
ideologists
Ideologen
ideologues
Weltanschauung {f}, Ideologie {f}
ideology
Ideologie
ideology
Weltanschauung {f}; Ideologie {f}
ideology
für etw. missionieren {vi} (Ideologie Religion etc.) [pej.] [pol.] [relig.]
to proselytize sth.; to proselytise sth. [Br.] (ideology religion etc.)
Ideologien
ideologies
ideologisch
ideologic
ideologisch
ideological
ideologisch {adv}
ideologically
ideologisch
ideologically
ideologisch {adj}
ideologic; ideological
jdn. indoktrinieren (ideologisch beeinflussen) [pej.]
to indoctrinate sb. [pej.]

Deutsche Synonyme für ��rmer

Englische Synonyme für the United Nations UN

theater  Broadway  DMZ  Elizabethan theater  Globe Theatre  Greek theater  aceldama  agora  amphitheater  amusement park  arena  arena theater  assembly hall  athletic field  audience  auditorium  auditory  back  backdrop  background  ballroom  battle line  battle site  battlefield  battleground  bear garden  boards  bowl  boxing ring  bull ring  burlesque  cabaret  cafe chantant  cafe dansant  campus  canvas  carnival  casino  chapel  cincture  circle theater  circus  classroom  close  club  cockpit  coliseum  colosseum  combat area  combat zone  concert hall  confine  congregation  container  convention hall  coop  course  court  courtyard  curtilage  dance floor  dance hall  dancing pavilion  delimited field  distance  drama  enclave  enclosure  enemy line  entertainment industry  exhibition hall  field  field of battle  field of blood  firing line  floor  fold  footlights  forum  front line  fun-fair  gallery  ground  groundling  gym  gymnasium  hall  hinterland  hippodrome  house  juke joint  killing ground  landing beach  lecture hall  lecture room  legit  legitimate stage  line  line of battle  list  lists  little theater  locale  marketplace  mat  meetinghouse  milieu  mise-en-scene  music hall  night spot  nightclub  nitery  off Broadway  off-off-Broadway  open forum  opera  opera house  orchestra  outdoor theater  palaestra  pale  paling  parade ground  park  pen  pit  place  platform  playhouse  playland  precinct  prize ring  public square  purlieu  quad  quadrangle  range  rear  recitation room  repertory drama  resort  ring  roadhouse  scene  scene of action  scenery  schoolroom  seat of war  setting  shambles  show biz  show business  showboat  site  spectator  sphere  square  squared circle  stadium  stage  stage set  stage setting  stage world  stagedom  stageland  stock  strawhat  strawhat circuit  summer stock  tavern  terrain  the boards  the footlights  the front  the scenes  the stage  the theater  theater of operations  theater of war  theater  
theatergoer  aficionado  attender  audience  buff  claqueur  deadhead  fan  frequenter  groundling  habitue  haunter  hired applauder  moviegoer  pass holder  patron  playgoer  spectator  standee  visitor  
theatre  acting  area  arena  auditorium  coliseum  drama  dramaturgy  hippodrome  histrionics  melodrama  opera house  performance  performing  playhouse  scene  setting  show business  stagecraft  staginess  the boards  the stage  theatrics  
theatrical  Roscius  Thespian art  actor  actor-proof  actress  affected  all-star  amateur theatricals  antagonist  artificial  bad guy  ballet  balletic  barnstormer  camp  campy  character  character actor  character man  character woman  child actor  cinematic  cinematographic  diseur  diseuse  dramatic  dramatic art  dramatic form  dramatic irony  dramatic stroke  dramatic structure  dramatical  dramaticism  dramatics  dramatism  dramatizer  dramaturgic  dramaturgy  emotionalistic  emotive  exaggerated  extravagant  fake  false  feeder  film  filmic  foil  forced  grandstand  ham  hammy  heavy  histrio  histrion  histrionic  histrionics  histrionism  hysteric  ingenue  insincere  juvenile  la-di-da  legitimate  maniere  mannered  matinee idol  melodramatic  melodramatics  milked  mime  mimer  mimic  monodramatic  monologist  movie  mummer  nonrational  operatic  ostentatious  overacted  overacting  overdone  overemotional  overplayed  overwrought  pantomime  pantomimist  play construction  playactor  player  pretentious  protean actor  reciter  repertory  scenic  sensational  sensationalism  sensationalistic  showy  soubrette  spectacular  stage  stage performer  stage player  stagelike  stageworthy  staginess  stagy  starstruck  stellar  stooge  straight man  stroller  strolling player  theaterlike  theatric  theatricalism  theatricality  theatricals  theatricism  theatrics  thespian  thrown away  trouper  underacted  underplayed  unnatural  unreasoning  utility man  vaudevillian  villain  
theatrics  Thespian art  amateur theatricals  blazon  blood and thunder  bravura  brilliancy  daring  dash  demonstration  demonstrativeness  display  dramatic art  dramatic form  dramatic irony  dramatic stroke  dramatic structure  dramaticism  dramatics  dramatism  dramaturgy  eclat  emotional appeal  emotionalism  emotionality  emotionalization  emotionalizing  emotiveness  emotivity  etalage  exhibition  exhibitionism  false front  fanfaronade  figure  flair  flaunt  flaunting  flourish  histrionics  histrionism  human interest  love interest  making scenes  manifestation  melodrama  melodramatics  nonrationalness  pageant  pageantry  parade  play construction  sensationalism  sham  show  showing-off  spectacle  splash  splurge  staginess  theatricalism  theatricality  theatricals  theatricism  unreasoningness  vaunt  visceralness  yellow journalism  
theft  acquisition  appropriation  boosting  burglary  caper  claiming  embezzlement  filch  filching  grab  heist  hijacking  job  larceny  lift  lifting  pilferage  pilfering  pinch  pinching  possession  purloining  reception  rip-off  robbery  robbing  score  shoplifting  snitching  steal  stealage  stealing  swiping  taking  taking away  taking possession  thievery  thieving  touch  
theism  acosmism  adoration  allotheism  anthropolatry  anthropomorphism  anthropotheism  autotheism  churchgoing  conformity  cosmotheism  cultism  deism  devotedness  devotion  devoutness  ditheism  dualism  dutifulness  dyotheism  faith  faithfulness  henotheism  hylotheism  love of God  monolatry  monotheism  multitheism  myriotheism  observance  pantheism  physicomorphism  physitheism  pietism  piety  piousness  polytheism  psychotheism  religion  religionism  religiousness  reverence  tetratheism  theopantism  theriotheism  tritheism  veneration  worship  worshipfulness  zootheism  
theist  Christian  God-fearing man  accepter  allotheist  anthropolater  anthropotheist  autotheist  believer  catechumen  churchgoer  churchite  churchman  communicant  convert  cosmotheist  daily communicant  deist  devotee  devotionalist  disciple  ditheist  dualist  fanatic  follower  good Christian  henotheist  hylotheist  monotheist  multitheist  myriotheist  neophyte  pantheist  physitheist  pietist  polytheist  proselyte  psychotheist  receiver  religionist  saint  tetratheist  theriotheist  tritheist  truster  votary  zealot  zootheist  
theistic  Christian  Christianlike  Christianly  Cyrenaic  Eleatic  Epicurean  Megarian  Stoic  adoring  animist  animistic  anthropomorphic  anthropotheistic  atomistic  believing  cosmotheistic  cultish  cultist  cultistic  deistic  devoted  devout  ditheistic  dutiful  eclectic  empirical  eudaemonistic  existential  faithful  hedonic  hedonist  hedonistic  humanist  humanistic  idealistic  instrumentalist  materialistic  mechanistic  metaphysical  monistic  monotheistic  naturalistic  nominalist  panlogistical  pantheistic  physicomorphic  pietistic  pious  polytheistic  positivist  positivistic  pragmatic  pragmatist  prayerful  rationalistic  realist  realistic  religious  reverent  reverential  scholastic  sensationalistic  solemn  syncretistic  transcendentalist  transcendentalistic  tritheistic  utilitarian  venerational  venerative  vitalistic  voluntarist  voluntaristic  worshipful  
them  I  I myself  alter  alter ego  alterum  better self  bureaucracy  directorate  ego  ethical self  he  her  herself  hierarchy  higher echelons  higher-ups  him  himself  inner man  inner self  it  management  me  ministry  my humble self  myself  number one  officialdom  oneself  other self  ourselves  prelacy  ruling class  ruling classes  self  she  subconscious self  subliminal self  superego  the Establishment  the administration  the authorities  the ingroup  the interests  the people upstairs  the power elite  the power structure  the top  themselves  they  top brass  you  yours truly  yourself  yourselves  
theme  IC analysis  accidence  action  affix  affixation  allomorph  anagnorisis  angle  architectonics  architecture  argument  article  atmosphere  background  background detail  basis  bound morpheme  burden  case  catastrophe  causerie  chapter  characterization  color  complication  composition  concept  concern  conjugation  continuity  contrivance  core  cutting  declension  decorative composition  decorative style  denouement  derivation  descant  design  detail  development  device  difference of form  discourse  discussion  disquisition  dissertation  enclitic  episode  essay  essence  etude  examination  excursus  exercise  exposition  fable  falling action  feature  figure  first approach  focus of attention  focus of interest  foil  foreground detail  form  formative  free form  gimmick  gist  head  heading  homily  idea  immediate constituent analysis  incident  infix  infixation  inflection  introductory study  issue  keynote  leitmotiv  line  living issue  local color  lucubration  main point  matter  matter in hand  meat  memoir  monograph  mood  morceau  morph  morpheme  morphemic analysis  morphemics  morphology  morphophonemics  motif  motive  movement  mythos  national style  note  notion  ornamental motif  outline  pandect  paper  paradigm  paragraph  pattern  period style  peripeteia  phrase  piece  plan  plot  point  point at issue  point in question  prefix  prefixation  preliminary study  problem  proclitic  prolegomenon  question  radical  recognition  repeated figure  research paper  review  rising action  root  rubric  scheme  screed  secondary plot  setting  sketch  slant  special article  stem  story  structure  study  style  subject  subject matter  subject of thought  subplot  substance  suffix  suffixation  survey  switch  term paper  text  thematic development  thesis  thread  tone  topic  touch  tract  tractate  treatise  treatment  twist  word-formation  
theme and variations  Nachtmusik  absolute music  adaptation  air varie  aleatory  aleatory music  arrangement  chamber music  chamber orchestra  composition  descant  electronic music  etude  exercise  harmonization  incidental music  instrumental music  invention  nocturne  opus  orchestration  piece  production  program music  ricercar  score  sonata  sonatina  string orchestra  string quartet  study  trio  variation  work  
theme song  Brautlied  Christmas carol  Kunstlied  Liebeslied  Volkslied  alba  anthem  art song  aubade  ballad  ballade  ballata  barcarole  blues  blues song  boat song  bridal hymn  brindisi  calypso  canso  canticle  canzone  canzonet  canzonetta  carol  cavatina  chanson  chant  chantey  croon  croon song  dirge  ditty  drinking song  epithalamium  folk song  hymeneal  lay  lied  lilt  love song  love-lilt  matin  minstrel song  minstrelsy  national anthem  prothalamium  serena  serenade  serenata  signature  song  torch song  war song  wedding song  
themselves  I  I myself  alter  alter ego  alterum  better self  ego  ethical self  he  her  herself  him  himself  inner man  inner self  it  me  my humble self  myself  number one  oneself  other self  ourselves  self  she  subconscious self  subliminal self  superego  them  they  you  yours truly  yourself  yourselves  
then  above  accordingly  additionally  aforetime  after  after all  after that  afterwards  again  all included  also  altogether  among other things  ancient  and all  and also  and so  anon  as well  at another time  at that moment  at that time  au reste  because of that  because of this  before  before now  beforetime  beside  besides  beyond  consequently  contemporaneously  earlier  early  else  en plus  erenow  erewhile  ergo  erst  erstwhile  ex post facto  extra  farther  for lagniappe  for that  for that cause  for that reason  for this cause  for this reason  for which reason  fore  former  formerly  further  furthermore  hence  hereat  heretofore  historically  hitherto  immemorial  in  in addition  in that case  in the aftermath  in the past  in the sequel  in times past  inter alia  into the bargain  item  late  later  likewise  more  moreover  next  old  olden  on that account  on that ground  on that occasion  on the side  on this account  on top of  once  onetime  only yesterday  over  past  plus  prehistoric  prehistorically  previous  previously  primeval  primitive  prior  priorly  propter hoc  quondam  recent  recently  similarly  simultaneously  since  sometime  subsequently  thence  thereafter  thereat  therefor  therefore  thereon  thereupon  therewith  thus  thusly  thuswise  to boot  too  when  whence  wherefore  wherefrom  whilom  yesterday  yet  
then and there  all at once  all together  at a blow  at a stroke  at once  at one blow  at one jump  at one stroke  at one swoop  at one time  forthwith  in a hurry  now  per saltum  pronto  right away  right now  right off  simultaneously  straightaway  straightway  subito  this minute  this very minute  uno saltu  without delay  
thence  accordingly  away  because of that  because of this  consequently  ergo  for that  for that cause  for that reason  for this cause  for this reason  for which reason  forth  from here in  from now on  from then on  from this point  hence  henceforth  henceforward  henceforwards  hereafter  hereat  hereinafter  off  on that account  on that ground  on this account  out  propter hoc  then  thenceforth  thenceforward  thenceforwards  thereafter  thereat  therefor  therefore  therefrom  thereof  thus  thusly  thuswise  whence  wherefore  wherefrom  
theocracy  absolute monarchy  aristocracy  autarchy  autocracy  autonomy  coalition government  colonialism  commonwealth  constitutional government  constitutional monarchy  democracy  dictatorship  dominion rule  duarchy  duumvirate  dyarchy  federal government  federation  feudal system  garrison state  gerontocracy  heteronomy  hierarchy  hierocracy  home rule  limited monarchy  martial law  meritocracy  militarism  military government  mob rule  mobocracy  monarchy  neocolonialism  ochlocracy  oligarchy  pantisocracy  patriarchate  patriarchy  police state  pure democracy  regency  representative democracy  representative government  republic  self-determination  self-government  social democracy  stratocracy  technocracy  thearchy  totalitarian government  totalitarian regime  triarchy  triumvirate  tyranny  welfare state  
theophany  Christophany  Masan  Satanophany  afflatus  angelophany  apocalypse  apparition  appearance  appearing  arising  astral  astral spirit  avatar  banshee  coming  coming into being  coming-forth  control  departed spirit  direct communication  disclosure  disembodied spirit  dissemination  divine inspiration  divine revelation  duppy  dybbuk  eidolon  embodiment  emergence  epiphany  evidence  evincement  exposure  expression  form  forthcoming  ghost  grateful dead  guide  hant  haunt  idolum  immateriality  incarnation  incorporeal  incorporeal being  incorporeity  indication  inspiration  issuance  larva  lemures  manes  manifestation  materialization  materializing  mystical experience  mysticism  occurrence  oni  opening  phantasm  phantasma  phantom  pneumatophany  poltergeist  presence  presentation  proof  prophecy  publication  realization  revelation  revenant  rise  rising  shade  shadow  shape  showing  showing forth  shrouded spirit  specter  spectral ghost  spirit  spook  sprite  theophania  theopneustia  theopneusty  unfolding  unfoldment  unsubstantiality  vision  walking dead man  wandering soul  wraith  zombie  
theorem  a priori principle  a priori truth  affirmation  apriorism  assertion  assumed position  assumption  axiom  basis  brocard  categorical proposition  conjecture  data  deduction  dictate  dictum  first principles  formula  foundation  fundamental  golden rule  ground  hypothesis  hypothesis ad hoc  law  lemma  major premise  minor premise  philosopheme  philosophical proposition  position  postulate  postulation  postulatum  premise  presupposition  principium  principle  proposition  propositional function  rule  self-evident truth  settled principle  statement  sumption  supposal  thesis  truism  truth  truth table  truth-function  truth-value  universal truth  

Lexikoneinträge für the United Nations UN / United Nations Children's Fund UNICEF / Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights OHCHR / International Atomic Energy Agency IAEA / UN Counter Terrorism Committee / United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights UNHCHR / UN Refugee Commissioner; United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees UNHCR / UN Office for Drug Control and Crime Prevention UNODCCP / UNESCO Institute for Education UIE / United Nations Compensation Commission UNCC / Secretariat of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification UNCCD / United Nations Capital Development Fund UNCDF / United Nations Centre for Human Settlements UNCHS / United Nations Commission on International Trade Law UNCITRAL / United Nations Centre for Regional Development UNCRD / United Nations Conference on Trade and Development UNCTAD / United Nations International Drug Control Programme UNDCP / United Nations Development Programme UNDP / United Nations Environment Programme UNEP / Secretariat of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change UNFCCC / United Nations Population Fund UNFPA / United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute UNICRI / United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research UNIDIR / United Nations Monitoring Verification and Inspection Commission UNMOVIC / United Nations Office for Project Services UNOPS / United Nations Office at Vienna UNOV / United Nations Research Institute for Social Development UNRISD / United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees in the Near East UNRWA / United Nations Scientific Committee on the Effects of Atomic Radiation UNSCEAR / United Nations University UNU / United Nations Volunteers UNV / United Nations Conference on Environment and Development UNCED / United Nations Seabed Committee; UN Seabed Committee / United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child CRC CROC UNCRC ; Rights of the Child Conv

Agency (n.) The faculty of acting or of exerting power
Agency (n.) The office of an agent, or factor
Agency (n.) The place of business of am agent.
Anti-trade (n.) A tropical wind blowing steadily in a direction opposite to the trade wind.
Atomic (a.) Alt. of Atomical
Bas-relief (n.) Low relief
Bass-relief (n.) Some as Bas-relief.
Booking office () An office where passengers, baggage, etc., are registered for conveyance, as by railway or steamship.
Booking office () An office where passage tickets are sold.
Breast-high (a.) High as the breast.
Capital (n.) Of or pertaining to the head.
Capital (n.) Having reference to, or involving, the forfeiture of the head or life
Capital (n.) First in importance
Capital (n.) Chief, in a political sense, as being the seat of the general government of a state or nation
Capital (n.) Of first rate quality
Capital (n.) The head or uppermost member of a column, pilaster, etc. It consists generally of three parts, abacus, bell (or vase), and necking. See these terms, and Column.
Capital (n.) The seat of government
Capital (n.) Money, property, or stock employed in trade, manufactures, etc.
Capital (a.) That portion of the produce of industry, which may be directly employed either to support human beings or to assist in production.
Capital (a.) Anything which can be used to increase one's power or influence.
Capital (a.) An imaginary line dividing a bastion, ravelin, or other work, into two equal parts.
Capital (a.) A chapter, or section, of a book.
Capital (a.) See Capital letter, under Capital, a.
Centre (v. i.) To be placed in a center
Centre (v. i.) To be collected to a point
Centre (v. t.) To place or fix in the center or on a central point.
Centre (v. t.) To collect to a point
Centre (v. t.) To form a recess or indentation for the reception of a center.
Centre (n. & v.) See Center.
Change (v. t.) To alter
Change (v. t.) To alter by substituting something else for, or by giving up for something else
Change (v. t.) To give and take reciprocally
Change (v. t.) Specifically: To give, or receive, smaller denominations of money (technically called change) for
Change (v. i.) To be altered
Change (v. i.) To pass from one phase to another
Change (v. t.) Any variation or alteration
Change (v. t.) A succesion or substitution of one thing in the place of another
Change (v. t.) A passing from one phase to another
Change (v. t.) Alteration in the order of a series
Change (v. t.) That which makes a variety, or may be substituted for another.
Change (v. t.) Small money
Change (v. t.) A place where merchants and others meet to transact business
Change (v. t.) A public house
Change (v. t.) Any order in which a number of bells are struck, other than that of the diatonic scale.
Chief justice () The presiding justice, or principal judge, of a court.
Child (n.) A son or a daughter
Child (n.) A descendant, however remote
Child (n.) One who, by character of practice, shows signs of relationship to, or of the influence of, another
Child (n.) A noble youth. See Childe.
Child (n.) A young person of either sex. esp. one between infancy and youth
Child (n.) A female infant.
Child (v. i.) To give birth
Climate (v. i.) One of thirty regions or zones, parallel to the equator, into which the surface of the earth from the equator to the pole was divided, according to the successive increase of the length of the midsummer day.
Climate (v. i.) The condition of a place in relation to various phenomena of the atmosphere, as temperature, moisture, etc., especially as they affect animal or vegetable life.
Climate (v. i.) To dwell.
Coal works () A place where coal is dug, including the machinery for raising the coal.
Combat (v. i.) To struggle or contend, as with an opposing force
Combat (v. t.) To fight with
Combat (n.) A fight
Combat (n.) An engagement of no great magnitude
Commission (n.) The act of committing, doing, or performing
Commission (n.) The act of intrusting
Commission (n.) The duty or employment intrusted to any person or persons
Commission (n.) A formal written warrant or authority, granting certain powers or privileges and authorizing or commanding the performance of certain duties.
Commission (n.) A certificate conferring military or naval rank and authority
Commission (n.) A company of persons joined in the performance of some duty or the execution of some trust
Commission (n.) The acting under authority of, or on account of, another.
Commission (n.) The thing to be done as agent for another
Commission (n.) The brokerage or allowance made to a factor or agent for transacting business for another
Commission (v. t.) To give a commission to
Commission (v. t.) To send out with a charge or commission.
Commissioner (n.) A person who has a commission or warrant to perform some office, or execute some business, for the government, corporation, or person employing him
Commissioner (n.) An officer having charge of some department or bureau of the public service.
Committee (n.) One or more persons elected or appointed, to whom any matter or business is referred, either by a legislative body, or by a court, or by any collective body of men acting together.
Committee (v. t.) One to whom the charge of the person or estate of another, as of a lunatic, is committed by suitable authority
Compensation (n.) The act or principle of compensating.
Compensation (n.) That which constitutes, or is regarded as, an equivalent
Compensation (n.) The extinction of debts of which two persons are reciprocally debtors by the credits of which they are reciprocally creditors
Compensation (n.) A recompense or reward for some loss or service.
Compensation (n.) An equivalent stipulated for in contracts for the sale of real estate, in which it is customary to provide that errors in description, etc., shall not avoid, but shall be the subject of compensation.
Conference (n.) The act of comparing two or more things together
Conference (n.) The act of consulting together formally
Conference (n.) A meeting for consultation, discussion, or an interchange of opinions.
Conference (n.) A meeting of the two branches of a legislature, by their committees, to adjust between them.
Conference (n.) A stated meeting of preachers and others, invested with authority to take cognizance of ecclesiastical matters.
Conference (n.) A voluntary association of Congregational churches of a district
Control (n.) A duplicate book, register, or account, kept to correct or check another account or register
Control (n.) That which serves to check, restrain, or hinder
Control (n.) Power or authority to check or restrain
Control (v. t.) To check by a counter register or duplicate account
Control (v. t.) To exercise restraining or governing influence over
Convention (v. i.) The act of coming together
Convention (v. i.) General agreement or concurrence
Convention (v. i.) A meeting or an assembly of persons, esp. of delegates or representatives, to accomplish some specific object, -- civil, social, political, or ecclesiastical.
Convention (v. i.) An extraordinary assembly of the parkiament or estates of the realm, held without the king's writ, -- as the assembly which restored Charles II. to the throne, and that which declared the throne to be abdicated by James II.
Convention (v. i.) An agreement or contract less formal than, or preliminary to, a treaty
Copper works () A place where copper is wrought or manufactured.
Counter (adv.) A prefix meaning contrary, opposite, in opposition
Counter (v. t.) One who counts, or reckons up
Counter (v. t.) A piece of metal, ivory, wood, or bone, used in reckoning, in keeping account of games, etc.
Counter (v. t.) Money
Counter (v. t.) A prison
Counter (v. t.) A telltale
Counter (v. t.) A table or board on which money is counted and over which business is transacted
Counter (adv.) Contrary
Counter (adv.) In the wrong way
Counter (adv.) At or against the front or face.
Counter (a.) Contrary
Counter (adv.) The after part of a vessel's body, from the water line to the stern, -- below and somewhat forward of the stern proper.
Counter (adv.) Same as Contra. Formerly used to designate any under part which served for contrast to a principal part, but now used as equivalent to counter tenor.
Counter (adv.) The breast, or that part of a horse between the shoulders and under the neck.
Counter (adv.) The back leather or heel part of a boot.
Counter (n.) An encounter.
Counter (v. i.) To return a blow while receiving one, as in boxing.
Counter brace () The brace of the fore-topsail on the leeward side of a vessel.
Counter brace () A brace, in a framed structure, which resists a strain of a character opposite to that which a main brace is designed to receive.
Counter-compony (a.) See Compony.
Counter-couchant (a.) Lying down, with their heads in opposite directions
Counter-courant (a.) Running in opposite directions
Counter-paly (a.) Paly, and then divided fesswise, so that each vertical piece is cut into two, having the colors used alternately or counterchanged. Thus the escutcheon in the illustration may also be blazoned paly of six per fess counterchanged argent and azure.
Counter-roll (n.) A duplicate roll (record or account) kept by an officer as a check upon another officer's roll.
Counter-salient (a.) Leaping from each other
Counter tenor () One of the middle parts in music, between the tenor and the treble
Counter weight (n.) A counterpoise.
Crime (n.) Any violation of law, either divine or human
Crime (n.) Gross violation of human law, in distinction from a misdemeanor or trespass, or other slight offense. Hence, also, any aggravated offense against morality or the public welfare
Crime (n.) Any great wickedness or sin
Crime (n.) That which occasion crime.
Crown office () The criminal branch of the Court of King's or Queen's Bench, commonly called the crown side of the court, which takes cognizance of all criminal cases.
Development (n.) The act of developing or disclosing that which is unknown
Development (n.) The series of changes which animal and vegetable organisms undergo in their passage from the embryonic state to maturity, from a lower to a higher state of organization.
Development (n.) The act or process of changing or expanding an expression into another of equivalent value or meaning.
Development (n.) The equivalent expression into which another has been developed.
Development (n.) The elaboration of a theme or subject
Disarmament (n.) The act of disarming.
Drug (v. i.) To drudge
Drug (n.) A drudge (?).
Drug (n.) Any animal, vegetable, or mineral substance used in the composition of medicines
Drug (n.) Any commodity that lies on hand, or is not salable
Drug (v. i.) To prescribe or administer drugs or medicines.
Drug (v. t.) To affect or season with drugs or ingredients
Drug (v. t.) To tincture with something offensive or injurious.
Drug (v. t.) To dose to excess with, or as with, drugs.
East (n.) The point in the heavens where the sun is seen to rise at the equinox, or the corresponding point on the earth
East (n.) The eastern parts of the earth
East (n.) Formerly, the part of the United States east of the Alleghany Mountains, esp. the Eastern, or New England, States
East (a.) Toward the rising sun
East (adv.) Eastward.
East (v. i.) To move toward the east
East Indian () Belonging to, or relating to, the East Indies.
East Indian (n.) A native of, or a dweller in, the East Indies.
East-insular (a.) Relating to the Eastern Islands
Education (n.) The act or process of educating
Energy (n.) Internal or inherent power
Energy (n.) Power efficiently and forcibly exerted
Energy (n.) Strength of expression
Energy (n.) Capacity for performing work.
Environment (n.) Act of environing
Environment (n.) That which environs or surrounds
Framework (n.) The work of framing, or the completed work
Framework (n.) Work done in, or by means of, a frame or loom.
Fund (n.) An aggregation or deposit of resources from which supplies are or may be drawn for carrying on any work, or for maintaining existence.
Fund (n.) A stock or capital
Fund (n.) The stock of a national debt
Fund (n.) An invested sum, whose income is devoted to a specific object
Fund (n.) A store laid up, from which one may draw at pleasure
Fund (v. t.) To provide and appropriate a fund or permanent revenue for the payment of the interest of
Fund (v. t.) To place in a fund, as money.
Fund (v. t.) To put into the form of bonds or stocks bearing regular interest
High (v. i.) To hie.
High (superl.) Elevated above any starting point of measurement, as a line, or surface
High (superl.) Regarded as raised up or elevated
High (superl.) Elevated in character or quality, whether moral or intellectual
High (superl.) Exalted in social standing or general estimation, or in rank, reputation, office, and the like
High (superl.) Of noble birth
High (superl.) Of great strength, force, importance, and the like
High (superl.) Very abstract
High (superl.) Costly
High (superl.) Arrogant
High (superl.) Possessing a characteristic quality in a supreme or superior degree
High (superl.) Strong-scented
High (superl.) Acute or sharp
High (superl.) Made with a high position of some part of the tongue in relation to the palate, as / (/ve), / (f/d). See Guide to Pronunciation, // 10, 11.
High (adv.) In a high manner
High (n.) An elevated place
High (n.) People of rank or high station
High (n.) The highest card dealt or drawn.
High (v. i.) To rise
High-blown (a.) Inflated, as with conceit.
High-bred (a.) Bred in high life
High-built (a.) Of lofty structure
High-church (a.) Of or pertaining to, or favoring, the party called the High Church, or their doctrines or policy. See High Church, under High, a.
High-churchism (n.) The principles of the high-church party.
High-churchman (n.) One who holds high-church principles.
High-churchman-ship (n.) The state of being a high-churchman.
High-colored (a.) Having a strong, deep, or glaring color
High-colored (a.) Vivid
High-embowed (a.) Having lofty arches.
High-fed (a.) Pampered
High-finished (a.) Finished with great care
High-flown (a.) Elevated
High-flown (a.) Turgid
High-flushed (a.) Elated.
High-go (n.) A spree
High-handed (a.) Overbearing
High-hearted (a.) Full of courage or nobleness
High-hoe (n.) The European green woodpecker or yaffle.
High-holder (n.) The flicker
High-low (n.) A laced boot, ankle high.
High-mettled (a.) Having abundance of mettle
High-minded (a.) Proud
High-minded (a.) Having, or characterized by, honorable pride
High-mindedness (n.) The quality of being highminded
High-palmed (a.) Having high antlers
High-pressure (a.) Having or involving a pressure greatly exceeding that of the atmosphere
High-pressure (a.) Fig.: Urgent
High priest () A chief priest
High-priesthood (n.) The office, dignity, or position of a high priest.
High-priestship (n.) High-priesthood.
High-principled (a.) Possessed of noble or honorable principles.
High-proof (a.) Highly rectified
High-proof (a.) So as to stand any test.
High-raised (a.) Elevated
High-raised (a.) Elated with great ideas or hopes.
High-reaching (a.) Reaching high or upward
High-red (a.) Of a strong red color.
High-seasoned (a.) Enriched with spice and condiments
High-sighted (a.) Looking upward
High-souled (a.) Having a high or noble spirit
High-sounding (a.) Pompous
High-spirited (a.) Full of spirit or natural fire
High-stepper (n.) A horse that moves with a high step or proud gait
High-stomached (a.) Having a lofty spirit
High-strung (a.) Strung to a high pitch
High-swelling (a.) Inflated
High-toned (a.) High in tone or sound.
High-toned (a.) Elevated
High-top (n.) A ship's masthead.
High-wrought (a.) Wrought with fine art or skill
High-wrought (a.) Worked up, or swollen, to a high degree
Hors de combat () Out of the combat
Human (a.) Belonging to man or mankind
Human (n.) A human being.
Hunt-counter (n.) A worthless dog that runs back on the scent
Institute (p. a.) Established
Institute (v. t.) To set up
Institute (v. t.) To originate and establish
Institute (v. t.) To nominate
Institute (v. t.) To begin
Institute (v. t.) To ground or establish in principles and rudiments
Institute (v. t.) To invest with the spiritual charge of a benefice, or the care of souls.
Institute (a.) The act of instituting
Institute (a.) That which is instituted, established, or fixed, as a law, habit, or custom.
Institute (a.) Hence: An elementary and necessary principle
Institute (n.) An institution
Institute (n.) The person to whom an estate is first given by destination or limitation.
International (a.) Between or among nations
International (a.) Of or concerning the association called the International.
International (n.) The International
International (n.) A member of the International Association.
Iron works () See under Iron, a.
Justice (a.) The quality of being just
Justice (a.) Conformity to truth and reality in expressing opinions and in conduct
Justice (a.) The rendering to every one his due or right
Justice (a.) Agreeableness to right
Justice (a.) A person duly commissioned to hold courts, or to try and decide controversies and administer justice.
Justice (v. t.) To administer justice to.
Knee-high (a.) Rising or reaching upward to the knees
Office (n.) That which a person does, either voluntarily or by appointment, for, or with reference to, others
Office (n.) A special duty, trust, charge, or position, conferred by authority and for a public purpose
Office (n.) A charge or trust, of a sacred nature, conferred by God himself
Office (n.) That which is performed, intended, or assigned to be done, by a particular thing, or that which anything is fitted to perform
Office (n.) The place where a particular kind of business or service for others is transacted
Office (n.) The company or corporation, or persons collectively, whose place of business is in an office
Office (n.) The apartments or outhouses in which the domestics discharge the duties attached to the service of a house, as kitchens, pantries, stables, etc.
Office (n.) Any service other than that of ordination and the Mass
Office (v. t.) To perform, as the duties of an office
Palestinian (a.) Alt. of Palestinean
Population (n.) The act or process of populating
Population (n.) The whole number of people, or inhabitants, in a country, or portion of a country
Post office (n.) See under 4th Post.
Prevention (n.) The act of going, or state of being, before.
Prevention (n.) Anticipation
Prevention (n.) The act of preventing or hindering
Prevention (n.) Prejudice
Programme (n.) That which is written or printed as a public notice or advertisement
Project (n.) The place from which a thing projects, or starts forth.
Project (n.) That which is projected or designed
Project (n.) An idle scheme
Project (v. t.) To throw or cast forward
Project (v. t.) To cast forward or revolve in the mind
Project (v. t.) To draw or exhibit, as the form of anything
Project (v. i.) To shoot forward
Project (v. i.) To form a project
Radiation (n.) The act of radiating, or the state of being radiated
Radiation (n.) The shooting forth of anything from a point or surface, like the diverging rays of light
Refugee (n.) One who flees to a shelter, or place of safety.
Refugee (n.) Especially, one who, in times of persecution or political commotion, flees to a foreign power or country for safety
Regional (a.) Of or pertaining to a particular region
Relief (n.) The act of relieving, or the state of being relieved

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causal agent
cause
causal agency
any entity that produces an effect or is responsible for events or results
act
deed
human action
human activity
something that people do or cause to happen
social relation a relation between living organisms (especially between people)
drug bust
drugs bust
seizure of illegal drugs by the police
capture
gaining control
seizure
the act of forcibly dispossessing an owner of property
change-up
change-of-pace
change-of-pace ball
off-speed pitch
a baseball thrown with little velocity when the batter is expecting a fastball
fire control preparation for the delivery of shellfire on a target
counterpunch
parry
counter
a return punch (especially by a boxer)
about-face volte-face
reversal policy change
a major change in attitude or principle or point of view, an about-face on foreign policy
means
agency
way
how a result is obtained or an end is achieved, a means of control, an example is the best agency of instruction, the true way to success
change the action of changing something, the change of government had no impact on the economy, his change on abortion cost him the election
pitching change replacing a pitcher in baseball
change of state the act of changing something into something different in essential characteristics
withdrawal drug withdrawal the termination of drug taking
development act of improving by expanding or enlarging or refining, he congratulated them on their development of a plan to meet the emergency, they funded research and development
product development improving an existing product or developing new kinds of products
high colonic an enema that injects large amounts of fluid high into the colon for cleansing purposes
recompense
compensation
the act of compensating for service or loss or injury
oil change replacing dirty oil with clean
overhaul
inspection and repair
service
periodic maintenance on a car or machine, it was time for an overhaul on the tractor
change of color an act that changes the light that something reflects
international flight a flight that takes off in one country and lands in another
change of direction
reorientation
the act of changing the direction in which something is oriented
change of course a change in the direction that you are moving
change of magnitude the act of changing the amount or size of something
easing
easement
alleviation
relief
the act of reducing something unpleasant (as pain or annoyance), he asked the nurse for relief from the constant pain
change of integrity the act of changing the unity or wholeness of something
change of shape an action that changes the shape of something
child abuse the physical or emotional or sexual mistreatment of children
child neglect failure of caretakers to provide adequate emotional and physical care for a child
play child's play activity by children that is guided more by imagination than by fixed rules, Freud believed in the utility of play to a small child
high jump the act of jumping as high as possible over a horizontal bar
child's game a game enjoyed by children
post office a children's game in which kisses are exchanged for pretended letters
all fours
high-low-jack
card games in which points are won for taking the high or low or jack or game
high-low poker in which the high and low hands split the pot
jinks
high jinks
hijinks
high jinx
noisy and mischievous merrymaking
social dancing dancing as part of a social occasion
change ringing ringing tuned bells in a fixed order that is continually changing
program
programme
a performance (or series of performances) at a public presentation, the program lasted more than two hours
cinch breeze
picnic
snap duck soup
child's play
pushover
walkover
piece of cake
any undertaking that is easy to do, marketing this product will be no picnic
works
deeds
performance of moral or religious acts, salvation by deeds, the reward for good works
welfare work
social service
an organized activity to improve the condition of disadvantaged people in society
services performance of duties or provision of space and equipment helpful to others, the mayor tried to maintain city services, the medical services are excellent
position post
berth
office spot billet
place
situation
a job in an organization, he occupied a post in the treasury
President of the United States
President Chief Executive
the office of the United States head of state, a President is elected every four years
public office a position concerning the people as a whole
Attorney General
Attorney General of the United States
the position of the head of the Justice Department and the chief law enforcement officer of the United States, the post of Attorney General was created in
Secretary of Education
Education Secretary
the position of the head of the Education Department, the post of Education Secretary was created in
Secretary of Energy
Energy Secretary
the position of the head of the Department of Energy, the post of Energy Secretary was created in
Secretary of Health and Human Services the position of the head of the Department of Health and Human Services, the post of Secretary of Health and Human Services was created by Congress in
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development the position of the head of the Department of Housing and Urban Development, the position of Secretary of Housing and Urban Development was created in
Secretary of Health Education and Welfare head of a former executive department created in and divided into two departments in
trade
craft
the skilled practice of a practical occupation, he learned his trade as an apprentice
education the profession of teaching (especially at a school or college or university)
inventory control supervision of the supply and storage and accessibility of items in order to insure an adequate supply without excessive oversupply
research systematic investigation to establish facts
operations research research designed to determine most efficient way to do something
biological research scientific research conducted by biologists
human reproductive cloning the reproductive cloning of a sentient human being, generally considered ethically unacceptable
stemell research research on stem cells and their use in medicine
embryonic stemell research biological research on stem cells derived from embryos and on their use in medicine
marketing research
market research
research that gathers and analyzes information about the moving of good or services from producer to consumer
product research marketing research that yields information about desired characteristics of the product or service
consumer research marketing research that yields information about the motives and needs of different classes of consumers
Human Genome Project an international study of the entire human genetic material
scientific research
research project
research into questions posed by scientific theories and hypotheses
iontophoresis
ionic medication
iontotherapy
electromotive drug administration
EMDA
therapy that uses a local electric current to introduce the ions of a medicine into the tissues
justice judgment involved in the determination of rights and the assignment of rewards and punishments
radiotherapy
radiation therapy
radiation actinotherapy
irradiation
(medicine) the treatment of disease (especially cancer) by exposure to a radioactive substance
function
office part role
the actions and activities assigned to or required or expected of a person or group, the function of a teacher, the government must do its part, play its role
classroom project a school task requiring considerable effort
mission
charge commission
a special assignment that is given to a person or group, a confidential mission to London, his charge was deliver a message
waste of effort
waste of energy
a useless effort
extravagance
prodigality
lavishness
highlife
high life
excessive spending
child pornography
kiddie porn
kiddy porn
the illegal use of children in pornographic pictures or films
terrorism
act of terrorism
terrorist act
the calculated use of violence (or the threat of violence) against civilians in order to attain goals that are political or religious or ideological in nature, this is done through intimidation or coercion or instilling fear
bioterrorism
biological terrorism
terrorism using the weapons of biological warfare
chemical terrorism terrorism using the chemical agents of chemical warfare, can undermine the personal security of citizens, a good agent for chemical terrorism should be colorless and odorless and inexpensive and readily available and not detectable until symptoms are experienced
cyber-terrorism
cyberwar
an assault on electronic communication networks
domestic terrorism terrorism practiced in your own country against your own people, the bombing of a federal building in Oklahoma City was an instance of domestic terrorism
ecoterrorism
ecological terrorism
eco-warfare
ecological warfare
violence carried out to further the political or social objectives of the environmentalists
international terrorism terrorism practiced in a foreign country by terrorists who are not native to that country
nuclear terrorism the use of a nuclear device by a terrorist organization to cause massive devastation or the use (or threat of use) of fissionable radioactive materials, assaults on nuclear power plants is one form of nuclear terrorism
state-sponsored terrorism terrorism practiced by a government against its own people or in support of international terrorism
crime
offense criminal offense
criminal offence
offence law-breaking
(criminal law) an act punishable by law, usually considered an evil act, a long record of crimes
crime an evil act not necessarily punishable by law, crimes of the heart
capital offense a crime so serious that capital punishment is considered appropriate
Had crime (Islam) serious crimes committed by Muslims and punishable by punishments established in the Koran, Had crimes include apostasy from Islam and murder and theft and adultery
perpetration
commission committal
the act of committing a crime
sexual assault
sexual abuse
sex crime
sex offense
a statutory offense that provides that it is a crime to knowingly cause another person to engage in an unwanted sexual act by force or threat, most states have replaced the common law definition of rape with statutes defining sexual assault
Tazir crime (Islam) minor crimes committed by Muslims, crimes that are not mentioned in the Koran so judges are free to punish the offender in any appropriate way, in some Islamic nations Tazir crimes are set by legislation
treason
high treason
lese majesty
a crime that undermines the offender's government
vice crime a vice that is illegal
victimless crime an act that is legally a crime but that seem to have no victims, he considers prostitution to be a victimless crime
war crime a crime committed in wartime, violation of rules of war
pilot project
pilot program
activity planned as a test or trial, they funded a pilot project in six states
undertaking
project
task labor
any piece of work that is undertaken or attempted, he prepared for great undertakings
control the activity of managing or exerting control over something, the control of the mob by the police was admirable
crowd control activity of controlling a crowd

 

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