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Fehlermeldung Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Nicht betriebsbereit. (Fehlermeldung) (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Not ready. (error message) (error message)
Fehlermeldung {m}
defect report
Fehlermeldung
error message
Fehlermeldung {f}
Fehlermeldungen {pl}
defect report
defect reports
Stringlänge zu groß. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Invalid string length. (error message)
mehrdeutiges Kommandowort (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
ambiguous verb (error message)
mehrdeutiger Dateiname (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
ambiguous filename (error message)
Zu viele Verschachtelungsebenen. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Too many nested scopes. (error message)
Konstante erwartet (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
constant expected (error message)
Papiervorschub vor dem Drucken (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
advance before; skip before (error message)
Unbekannter Bezeichner. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Unknown identifier. (error message)
Unerwartetes Quelltextende. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Unexpected end of file. (error message)
Ungültiger Befehl. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Unknown command. (error message)
Ungültiger Compilerbefehl. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Invalid compiler directive. (error message)
Ungültiger Dateimodus. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Invalid file access mode. (error message)
Ungültiger Dateiname. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Invalid file name. (error message)
Ungültiger Variablenbezug. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Invalid variable reference. (error message)
Zeile zu lang. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Line too long. (error message)
Zu viele Variablen. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Too many variables. (error message)
Falsches Aufrufformat. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Bad call format error. (error message)
Falsche Geräteeinheit. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
bad unit error. (error message)
Datenstruktur zu groß. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Structure too large. (error message)
Doppelter Bezeichner. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Duplicate identifier. (error message)
Bezeichner erwartet. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Identifier expected. (error message)
Anweisungsteil zu groß. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Statement part too large. (error message)
Dateizugriff verweigert. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
File access denied. (error message)
Fehlermeldung {f}; Fehleranzeige {f}
Fehlermeldungen {pl}; Fehleranzeigen {pl}
error message
error messages
Fehlermeldung {f}, Fehleranzeige {f}
Fehlermeldungen {pl}, Fehleranzeigen {pl}
error message
error messages
Variablen-Bezeichner erwartet. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
variable identifier expected. (error message)
String-Konstante zu lang. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
String constant exceeds line. (error message)
Datei nicht gefunden. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
File not found. (error message)
Zuordnung nicht erlaubt. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Illegal assignment. (error message)
String-Variable erwartet. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
String variable expected. (error message)
Suchpfad nicht gefunden. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Path not found. (error message)
Codesegment-Grenzen überschritten. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Code segment too large. (error message)
Fehler innerhalb des Ausdrucks (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Error in expression (error message)
Zeiger-Variable erwartet. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Pointer variable expected. (error message)
String-Ausdruck erwartet. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
String expression expected. (error message)
Fehler: Kein Papier! (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
No paper error! (error message)
Ende einer Datei. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
End of file. (error message)
Papiervorschub nach dem Drucken (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
advance after; skip after (error message)
Datei ist nicht offen. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
File not open. (error message)
Datensegment-Grenzen überschritten. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Data segment too large. (error message)
Feld-Bezeichner erwartet. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Field identifier expected. (error message)
Include-Verschachtelung zu tief. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Too many nested files. (error message)
Kein Papier im Drucker. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Printer out of paper. (error message)
Unzulässiges Zeichen in einer Typ-Definition. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Error in type. (error message)
Konstante außerhalb des zulässigen Bereichs. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Constant out of range. (error message)
Zu viele Dateien auf einmal offen. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Too many open files. (error message)
Lesefehler beim Zugriff auf ein Peripheriegerät {m} (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
device read fault (error message)
Fehler beim Schreiben auf die Diskette. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Disk Disc write error. (error message)
Schreibfehler beim Zugriff auf Peripheriegerät (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
device write fault (error message)
Fehler beim Lesen von Diskette (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
disk read error; disc read error (error message)
Zu viele Dateien innerhalb eines Projekts. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Too many files within the same project. (error message)
Fehlerhafte Angabe einer Integer-Konstanten. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Error in integer constant. (error message)
Fehlerhafte Angabe einer Real-Konstanten (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Error in real constant (error message)
Kopf-Positionierungsfehler {m} auf Disk oder Platte (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
disk seek error; disc seek error (error message)
Direktzugriffsspeicher {m}; Arbeitsspeicher {m}; Hauptspeicher {m}; Primärspeicher {m} [comp.]
Platz im Hauptspeicher reicht nicht aus. (Fehlermeldung)
random access memory RAM ; main memory; main storage
Out of memory. (error message)
Laufwerksnummer {f} [comp.]
Laufwerksnummern {pl}
Laufwerksnummer unzulässig. (Fehlermeldung)
drive number
drive numbers
Invalid drive number. (error message)
Datei-Schutzrecht {n} (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Datei-Schutzrechte {pl}
file protection right (error message)
file protection rights (error message)
Laufwerk {n} [comp.]
Laufwerke {pl}
aktives Laufwerk
optisches Laufwerk
Laufwerk nicht betriebsbereit. (Fehlermeldung)
drive
drives
active drive
optical disc drive ODD
Drive not ready. (error message)
etw. verweigern; ablehnen; abweisen; ausschlagen; zurückweisen; refüsieren [Schw.] {vt}
verweigernd; ablehnend; abweisend; ausschlagend; zurückweisend; refüsierend
verweigert; abgelehnt; abgewiesen; ausgeschlagen; zurückgewiesen; refüsiert
verweigert; lehnt ab; weist ab; schlägt aus; weist zurück; refüsiert
verweigerte; lehnte ab; wies ab; schlug aus; wies zurück; refüsierte
etw. rundweg ablehnen
etw. glatt ablehnen
ein Gesuch ablehnen
einen Befehl verweigern
eine Gelegenheit ungenutzt lassen
Der Server hat die Verbindung abgewiesen. (Fehlermeldung) [comp.]
Die Regierung weigerte sich die Berichte zu bestätigen.
to refuse sth.
refusing
refused
refuses
refused
to refuse sth. point-blank
to refuse sth. bluntly
to refuse a request
to refuse an order
to refuse a chance
The server has refused the connection.(error message)
The government refused to verify the reports.

Deutsche Synonyme für Fehlermeldung

Englische Synonyme für Not ready.

not a bit  at no hand  by no means  in no case  in no respect  in no wise  nary one  never  never a one  nohow  none  not a hint  not a jot  not a lick  not a mite  not a one  not a particle  not a scrap  not a smitch  not a speck  not a suspicion  not a trace  not a whit  not an iota  not any  not at all  not much  not nearly  noway  noways  nowhere near  nowise  on no account  under no circumstances  
not accept  abjure  assert the contrary  be skeptical  belie  brook no  contest  contradict  contravene  controvert  counter  cross  deny  disaffirm  disallow  disavow  disbelieve  disclaim  disown  disprove  dispute  forswear  gainsay  impugn  join issue upon  not admit  not allow  not bear  not bear with  not brook  not condone  not countenance  not endure  not fall for  not go for  not have  not hear of  not stand for  not stomach  not suffer  not swallow  not tolerate  nullify  oppose  recant  refuse to admit  refuse to believe  refute  reject  renounce  repudiate  resist believing  retract  revoke  take back  take issue with  
not admit  abjure  assert the contrary  belie  contest  contradict  contravene  controvert  counter  cross  deny  disaffirm  disallow  disavow  disbelieve  disclaim  discredit  disown  disprove  dispute  forswear  gag on  gainsay  impugn  join issue upon  misbelieve  negate  not accept  not believe  not buy  not swallow  nullify  oppose  recant  refuse to admit  refuse to credit  refute  reject  renounce  repudiate  retract  revoke  take back  take issue with  unbelieve  
not all there  abnormal  arrested  babbling  backward  bereft of reason  blithering  brainsick  burbling  crackbrained  cracked  crazed  crazy  cretinistic  cretinous  daft  deluded  demented  deprived of reason  deranged  disoriented  distraught  dithering  driveling  drooling  flighty  half-baked  half-witted  hallucinated  idiotic  imbecile  imbecilic  insane  irrational  loco  lunatic  mad  maddened  manic  maundering  mazed  mental  mentally defective  mentally deficient  mentally handicapped  mentally retarded  meshuggah  mongoloid  moon-struck  moronic  non compos  non compos mentis  not right  odd  of unsound mind  off  psycho  queer  reasonless  retarded  senseless  sick  simple  simpleminded  simpletonian  slobbering  stark-mad  stark-staring mad  strange  subnormal  tetched  touched  unbalanced  unhinged  unsane  unsettled  unsound  wandering  witless  
not at all  God forbid  at no hand  at no time  au contraire  by no means  far from it  from scratch  in no case  in no respect  in no way  in no wise  never  never on earth  nevermore  no  no matter what  nohow  none  not a bit  not a jot  not a speck  not a whit  not an iota  not ever  not much  not nearly  noway  noways  nowhere near  nowise  on no account  on no condition  on no occasion  quite the contrary  to the contrary  under no circumstances  
not bad  OK  acceptable  adequate  admissible  all right  better than nothing  decent  fair  fairish  good enough  goodish  moderate  not amiss  not half bad  not so bad  okay  passable  presentable  pretty good  respectable  satisfactory  sufficient  tidy  tolerable  unexceptionable  unobjectionable  workmanlike  
not budge  balk  be a sideliner  be still  be unflappable  coast  delay  die hard  do nothing  drift  get home free  hang fire  hibernate  hold fast  hold out  hold up  idle  lie dormant  not stir  persevere  remain firm  rest  ride it out  sit back  sit it out  stagnate  stand fast  stand firm  stand out  stand pat  stay put  stick it out  stickle  take no denial  vegetate  wait and see  watch and wait  weather  weather the storm  
not buy  be unmoved  be unwilling  beg off  decline  decline to accept  deny  disagree  disallow  disbelieve  disclaim  discredit  dissent  gag on  hold out against  misbelieve  negate  negative  not admit  not believe  not consent  not hear of  not swallow  not think of  refuse  refuse consent  refuse to admit  refuse to credit  reject  repudiate  resist entreaty  resist persuasion  say nay  say no  stand aloof  turn down  unbelieve  vote nay  vote negatively  
not care for  abhor  be caught napping  be hostile to  be neglectful  be negligent  default  disapprove of  disfavor  dislike  disregard  disrelish  fail  gloss over  hate  ignore  lapse  let go  let ride  let slide  let slip  loathe  lose sight of  lose track of  mislike  neglect  nod  not get involved  not heed  not think  overlook  pass over  sleep  take for granted  
not comparable  base  deficient  imperfect  inadequate  incommensurable  incommensurate  incomparable  incompetent  insufficient  little  maladroit  mean  mediocre  not comparable to  not in it  out of it  petty  shabby  small  trivial  unskillful  
not compare  be found wanting  be inferior  bear no resemblance  come short  differ  fail  fall short  follow  have nothing on  not approach  not come near  not compare with  not hack it  not look like  not make it  not measure up  play second fiddle  rank under  serve  subserve  want  
not cricket  Bohemian  beat  below the belt  breakaway  far out  foul  free and easy  fringy  heretical  heterodox  hippie  informal  kinky  maverick  not done  not fair  not kosher  offbeat  original  unconventional  unfair  unfashionable  unorthodox  unsporting  unsportsmanlike  unsportsmanly  way out  
not done  Bohemian  aberrant  abnormal  abominable  atrocious  beat  breakaway  criminal  delinquent  deviant  disgraceful  evil  fallen  far out  free and easy  fringy  hardly the thing  heretical  heterodox  hippie  ignominious  illegal  improper  inappropriate  incorrect  indecorous  infamous  informal  kinky  maverick  not cricket  not kosher  not the thing  off-base  off-color  offbeat  original  out-of-line  rare  sacrilegious  saignant  scandalous  shameful  shameless  sinful  sodden  terrible  unconventional  undercooked  underdone  undue  unfashionable  unfit  unfitting  unlawful  unorthodox  unrighteous  unseemly  unsuitable  way out  wicked  wrong  wrongful  
not easy  Herculean  abstruse  adverse  antagonistic  arduous  brutal  complex  conflicting  contrary  counter  counteractive  critical  delicate  demanding  detrimental  difficile  difficult  exacting  formidable  hairy  hard  hard-earned  hard-fought  harmful  hostile  in opposition  inimical  intricate  jawbreaking  knotted  knotty  laborious  mean  miserable  no picnic  operose  opposed  opposing  opposite  rigorous  rough  rugged  set with thorns  severe  sinister  spiny  steep  strenuous  stressful  thorny  ticklish  toilsome  tough  tricky  troublesome  troublous  trying  unfavorable  untoward  uphill  wicked  wretched  
not guilty  angelic  blameless  childlike  clear  dovelike  faultless  guiltless  in the clear  incorrupt  innocent  lamblike  offenseless  prelapsarian  pristine  reproachless  sans reproche  sinless  uncorrupted  undefiled  unfallen  unlapsed  untouched by evil  with clean hands  without reproach  
not hesitate  acquiesce  agree  be agreeable to  be dying to  be eager  be game  be open to  be ready  be spoiling for  be willing  carry through  collaborate  consent  cooperate  face out  go along with  incline  lean  look kindly upon  not hesitate to  not look back  plunge into  stick at nothing  stop at nothing  think little of  think nothing of  would as leave  would as lief  
not in the mood  at odds  averse  cursory  differing  disagreeing  disinclined  disobedient  forced  fractious  indisposed  indocile  involuntary  mutinous  opposed  perfunctory  recalcitrant  refractory  resistant  sulky  sullen  unconsenting  unwilling  
not kosher  Bohemian  amoral  beat  breakaway  conscienceless  corrupt  corrupted  criminal  crooked  dark  devious  dishonest  dishonorable  doubtful  dubious  evasive  far out  felonious  fishy  fraudulent  free and easy  fringy  heretical  heterodox  hippie  ill-got  ill-gotten  immoral  indirect  informal  insidious  kinky  maverick  not cricket  not done  offbeat  original  questionable  rotten  shady  shameless  shifty  sinister  slippery  suspicious  tricky  unconscienced  unconscientious  unconscionable  unconventional  underhand  underhanded  unethical  unfashionable  unorthodox  unprincipled  unsavory  unscrupulous  unstraightforward  way out  without remorse  without shame  
not listen  be blind to  be caught out  be inattentive  be unwary  blink at  break the law  care naught for  connive at  defy  disobey  disregard  flout  give no heed  go counter to  hear nothing  ignore  let pass  make light of  miss  not attend  not conform  not heed  not keep  not mind  not notice  not observe  overlook  pass by  pass over  pay no attention  pay no mind  refuse to cooperate  scoff at  see nothing  set at defiance  set at naught  set naught by  slight  think little of  transgress  violate  wink at  
not mind  break the law  care naught for  care nothing for  defy  disobey  disregard  flout  go counter to  ignore  not care  not conform  not heed  not keep  not listen  not observe  refuse to cooperate  scoff at  set at defiance  set at naught  set naught by  shrug off  transgress  violate  

Lexikoneinträge für Not ready. (error message) (error message)

Error (n.) A wandering
Error (n.) A wandering or deviation from the right course or standard
Error (n.) A departing or deviation from the truth
Error (n.) A moral offense
Error (n.) The difference between the approximate result and the true result
Error (n.) The difference between an observed value and the true value of a quantity.
Error (n.) The difference between the observed value of a quantity and that which is taken or computed to be the true value
Error (n.) A mistake in the proceedings of a court of record in matters of law or of fact.
Error (n.) A fault of a player of the side in the field which results in failure to put out a player on the other side, or gives him an unearned base.
Message (n.) Any notice, word, or communication, written or verbal, sent from one person to another.
Message (n.) Hence, specifically, an official communication, not made in person, but delivered by a messenger
Message (v. t.) To bear as a message.
Message (n.) A messenger.
Ready (superl.) Prepared for what one is about to do or experience
Ready (superl.) Fitted or arranged for immediate use
Ready (superl.) Prepared in mind or disposition
Ready (superl.) Not slow or hesitating
Ready (superl.) Offering itself at once
Ready (superl.) On the point
Ready (superl.) A word of command, or a position, in the manual of arms, at which the piece is cocked and held in position to execute promptly the next command, which is, aim.
Ready (adv.) In a state of preparation for immediate action
Ready (n.) Ready money
Ready (v. t.) To dispose in order.
Ready-made (a.) Made already, or beforehand, in anticipation of need
Ready-witted (a.) Having ready wit.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

mistake
error fault
a wrong action attributable to bad judgment or ignorance or inattention, he made a bad mistake, she was quick to point out my errors, I could understand his English in spite of his grammatical faults
error misplay (baseball) a failure of a defensive player to make an out when normal play would have sufficed
rounding
rounding error
(mathematics) a miscalculation that results from rounding off numbers to a convenient number of decimals, the error in the calculation was attributable to rounding, taxes are rounded off to the nearest dollar but the rounding error is surprisingly small
truncation error (mathematics) a miscalculation that results from cutting off a numerical calculation before it is finished
trial and error experimenting until a solution is found
ready-made a manufactured artifact (as a garment or piece of furniture) that is made in advance and available for purchase, their apartment was furnished with ready-mades
ready-to-wear ready-made clothing, she couldn't find anything in ready-to-wear that she liked
erroneousness
error
inadvertent incorrectness
error wrongdoing departure from what is ethically acceptable
margin of safety
safety margin
margin of error
the margin required in order to insure safety, in engineering the margin of safety is the strength of the material minus the anticipated stress
error
erroneous belief
a misconception resulting from incorrect information
message a communication (usually brief) that is written or spoken or signaled, he sent a three-word message
phone message
telephone message
a message transmitted by telephone
error correction code
ECC
(telecommunication) a coding system that incorporates extra parity bits in order to detect errors
reckoner
ready reckoner
a handbook of tables used to facilitate computation
writ of error a judicial writ from an appellate court ordering the court of record to produce the records of trial
system error an instruction that is either not recognized by an operating system or is in violation of the procedural rules
message
content
subject matter
substance
what a communication that is about something is about
error
mistake
part of a statement that is not correct, the book was full of errors
misprint
erratum
typographical error
typo
literal error
literal
a mistake in printed matter resulting from mechanical failures of some kind
commercial
commercial message
a commercially sponsored ad on radio or television
error
computer error
(computer science) the occurrence of an incorrect result produced by a computer
hardware error error resulting from a malfunction of some physical component of the computer
disk error error resulting from malfunction of a magnetic disk
software error
programming error
error resulting from bad code in some program involved in producing the erroneous result
semantic error
run-time error
runtime error
an error in logic or arithmetic that must be detected at run time
syntax error an error of language resulting from code that does not conform to the syntax of the programming language, syntax errors can be recognized at compilation time, a common syntax error is to omit a parenthesis
algorithm error error resulting from the choice of the wrong algorithm or method for achieving the intended result
ready-mix a commercial preparation containing most of the ingredients for a dish
appellant
plaintiff in error
the party who appeals a decision of a lower court
ready cash
cold cash
ready money
money in the form of cash that is readily available, his wife was always a good source of ready cash, he paid cold cash for the TV set
ready poised for action, their guns were at the ready
inborn error of metabolism any of a number of diseases in which an inherited defect (usually a missing or inadequate enzyme) results in an abnormality of metabolism
message pad
writing pad
a pad of paper on which messages can be written
fix prepare
set up ready
gear up
set
make ready or suitable or equip in advance for a particular purpose or for some use, event, etc, Get the children ready for school!, prepare for war, I was fixing to leave town after I paid the hotel bill
send a message give or constitute a signal, not necessarily verbally, The lack of good teachers sends a strong message to all parents in the community
message send a message, There is no messaging service at this company
message send as a message, She messaged the final report by fax
message send a message to, She messaged the committee
cook
fix
ready
make prepare
prepare for eating by applying heat, Cook me dinner, please, can you make me an omelette?, fix breakfast for the guests, please
handy
ready to hand(p)
easy to reach, found a handy spot for the can opener
trial-and-error relating to solving problems by experience rather than theory, they adopted a trial-and-error procedure
ready(a) (of especially money) immediately available, he seems to have ample ready money, a ready source of cash
ready-cooked cooked in such a way as to be ready for sale
ready-made made for purchase and immediate use
off-the-rack
off-the-shelf
off-the-peg
ready-to-wear
(especially of clothing) made in standard sizes and available from merchandise in stock, a ready-made jacket, ready-to-wear clothes
ready-to-eat food products that are prepared in advance and can be eaten as sold
ready-made commercially produced, not homemade, ready-made clothes
rough-and-ready crude but effective for the purpose at hand
trial-and-error trying out various means or theories until error is satisfactorily reduced or eliminated, he argued that all learning is a trial-and-error process that resembles biological evolution
erring
error-prone
capable of making an error, all men are error-prone
quick
ready
apprehending and responding with speed and sensitivity, a quick mind, a ready wit
active
combat-ready
fighting(a)
engaged in or ready for military or naval operations, on active duty, the platoon is combat-ready, review the fighting forces
cliched
ready-made
repeated regularly without thought or originality, ready-made phrases
oven-ready prepared before sale and ready to be cooked
ready made suitable and available for immediate use, dinner is ready
ready completely prepared or in condition for immediate action or use or progress, get ready, she is ready to resign, the bridge is ready to collapse, I am ready to work, ready for action, ready for use, the soup will be ready in a minute, ready to learn to read
at the ready(p) ready for immediate use, soldiers with guns at the ready, students with pens and notebooks at the ready
waiting
ready and waiting(p)
being and remaining ready and available for use, waiting cars and limousines lined the curb, found her mother waiting for them, an impressive array of food ready and waiting for the guests, military forces ready and waiting
ready mentally disposed, he was ready to believe her
empirically
through empirical observation
by trial and error
in an empirical manner, this can be empirically tested

 

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