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Intensiv Sprachkurs Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Intensiv-Sprachkurs {m} [ling.]
Intensiv-Sprachkurse {pl}
crash language course
crash language courses
propagieren; intensiv werben für; pushen {vt}
propagierend; intensiv werben für; pushend
propagiert; intensiv geworben für; gepusht
to push
pushing
pushed
propagieren, intensiv werben für, pushen {vt}
propagierend, intensiv werben für, pushend
propagiert, intensiv geworben für, gepusht
to push
pushing
pushed
Intensivstation {f}; Intensiv-Bettenstation {f} [med.]
Intensivstationen {pl}; Intensiv-Bettenstationen {pl}
intensive care ward [Br.]; intensive care unit ICU
intensive care wards; intensive care units
intensiv {adj}; Intensiv-; radikal {adj}
crash {adj} [only before nouns]
Sprachkurs {m}
language course
Sprachkurs {m}
Sprachkurse {pl}
language course
language courses
Immersionsprogramm {n} (Sprachkurs im Ausland)
immersion program
energisch betreiben; intensiv betreiben {vt}
energisch betreibend; intensiv betreibend
energisch betrieben; intensiv betrieben
to push
pushing
pushed
energisch betreiben, intensiv betreiben
energisch betreibend, intensiv betreibend
energisch betrieben, intensiv betrieben
to push
pushing
pushed
intensiv {adv}
intensely
intensiv {adv}
intensively
intensiv
intensive
intensiv
intensively
intensiv
intensely
intensiv
intense
intensiv; scharf {adj}
acute
intensiv; gründlich {adj}
intensive
leidenschaftlich; intensiv {adj}
vigorous
intensiv üben {vi}
to woodshed [Am.]
leidenschaftlich, intensiv {adj}
vigorous
intensiv, scharf
acute
intensiv, stark
intense
intensiv, scharf {adj}
acute
den Markt intensiv bearbeiten
to work the market intensively
intensiv, stark, hochgradig {adj}
intensiver
am intensivsten
intense
more intense
most intense
intensiv; stark; kräftig; hochgradig {adj}
intensiver
am intensivsten
intense; strong
more intense
most intense
ausgeprägt; kräftig; kraftvoll; intensiv {adj} (Dinge)
ein kräftiger Eintopf
ein kräftiger Rotwein
gutsy (things)
a gutsy stew
a gutsy red wine
(über etw.) meditieren; (über etw.) intensiv nachdenken
to meditate (on upon) sth.
über etw. grübeln; über etw. intensiv nachdenken
to chew over <> sth.
sehr intensiv, sehr stark
most intensive
dicht; dick; schwer; kompakt; intensiv {adj}
dichter Nebel Rauch
ein dichter Bart
dicke Luft
eine dicke Hornbrille
schwere Stiefel
schwere Samtvorhänge
ein schweres Parfum
ein schwerer Lehmboden
schwere Wolken
ein kräftig gebauter Mann
heavy (dense thick compact intense)
heavy fog smoke
a heavy beard
heavy air
heavy horn-rimmed glasses
heavy boots
heavy velvet curtains
a heavy perfume
heavy clay soil
heavy clouds
a man with a heavy build

Deutsche Synonyme für Intensiv Sprachkurs

intensiv  
eingehend  intensiv  leidenschaftlich  passioniert  
auffällig  ausgeprägt  deutlich  fühlbar  hochgradig  intensiv  merklich  plakativ  spürbar  stark  unübersehbar  wahrnehmbar  
aufmerksam  bei  der  Sache  (umgangssprachlich)  dabei  (umgangssprachlich)  folgsam  intensiv  konzentriert  

Englische Synonyme für crash language course

crash  Waterloo  a habit  accident  acquired tolerance  acute alcoholism  addictedness  addiction  alcoholism  amphetamine withdrawal symptoms  appulse  atomize  awake the dead  bang  bang into  bankruptcy  barbiturate addiction  barbiturism  barge in  be poised  be ruined  bear market  bearish market  beating  become insolvent  billow  blast  blast the ear  blow  boom  bouncing check  break  break in  break in upon  break into pieces  break to pieces  break up  breakdown  breaking up  breakup  brunt  bulldozing  bulling  bump  bump into  burst  burst in  bust  butt in  calamity  cannon  carambole  carom  carom into  cascade  casualty  catabasis  cataclysm  cataract  catastrophe  cave  cave-in  chain smoking  charge in  chronic alcoholism  chute  clap  clash  cocainism  collapse  collide  collision  comb  come between  come down  come into collision  comedown  concuss  concussion  confront each other  conquering  conquest  contretemps  crack  crack up  crack-up  crash in  crash into  crash the gates  craving  crawl in  creep in  crescendo  cropper  crowd in  crump  crunch  crush  cut in  cut to pieces  dash  dash into  deafen  deathblow  debacle  deceleration  declension  declination  decline  decline and fall  declining market  decrescendo  defeat  deflation  defluxion  demolish  dependence  descend  descending  descension  descent  destruction  diffuse  diminuendo  din  dip down  dipsomania  disaster  disperse  disrupt  dive  doss down  down  downbend  downcome  downcurve  downfall  downflow  downgrade  downpour  downrush  downtrend  downturn  downward trend  drive  drop  drop down  drop off  dropping  drubbing  drug addiction  drug culture  drug dependence  dwindling  ebb  ebb and flow  edge in  elbow in  encounter  encroach  entrench  explode  explosion  fail  failure  fall  fall dead  fall down  fall flat  fall foul of  fall in  fall off  fall short  fall stillborn  fall through  falling  fill the air  fission  flap  flop  foist in  fold  fold up  force  foul    

Lexikoneinträge für crash language course / crash language courses

Crash (v. t. ) To break in pieces violently
Crash (v. i.) To make a loud, clattering sound, as of many things falling and breaking at once
Crash (v. i.) To break with violence and noise
Crash (n.) A loud, sudden, confused sound, as of many things falling and breaking at once.
Crash (n.) Ruin
Crash (n.) Coarse, heavy, narrow linen cloth, used esp. for towels.
Language (n.) Any means of conveying or communicating ideas
Language (n.) The expression of ideas by writing, or any other instrumentality.
Language (n.) The forms of speech, or the methods of expressing ideas, peculiar to a particular nation.
Language (n.) The characteristic mode of arranging words, peculiar to an individual speaker or writer
Language (n.) The inarticulate sounds by which animals inferior to man express their feelings or their wants.
Language (n.) The suggestion, by objects, actions, or conditions, of ideas associated therewith
Language (n.) The vocabulary and phraseology belonging to an art or department of knowledge
Language (n.) A race, as distinguished by its speech.
Language (v. t.) To communicate by language
Sea language () The peculiar language or phraseology of seamen

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

crash
smash
the act of colliding with something, his crash through the window, the fullback's smash into the defensive line
crash landing an emergency landing under circumstances where a normal landing is impossible (usually damaging the aircraft)
crash dive a rapid descent by a submarine
language lesson a period of instruction learning a language
language teaching teaching people to speak and understand a foreign language
crash barrier a strong protective barrier that is erected around a racetrack or in the middle of a dual-lane highway in order to reduce the likelihood of severe accidents
crash helmet a padded helmet worn by people riding bicycles or motorcycles, protects the head in case of accidents
language area
language zone
a large cortical area (in the left hemisphere in most people) containing all the centers associated with language
language
speech
the mental faculty or power of vocal communication, language sets homo sapiens apart from all other animals
language barrier barrier to communication resulting from speaking different languages
language learning learning to use a language
linguistic process
language
the cognitive processes involved in producing and understanding linguistic communication, he didn't have the language to express his feelings
language requirement a requirement that a student know certain languages
natural language processing
NLP
human language technology
the branch of information science that deals with natural language information
language
linguistic communication
a systematic means of communicating by the use of sounds or conventional symbols, he taught foreign languages, the language introduced is standard throughout the text, the speed with which a program can be executed depends on the language in which it is written
dead language a language that is no longer learned as a native language
source language a language that is to be translated into another language
object language target language the language into which a text written in another language is to be translated
language unit
linguistic unit
one of the natural units into which linguistic messages can be analyzed
terminology
nomenclature
language
a system of words used to name things in a particular discipline, legal terminology, biological nomenclature, the language of sociology
written communication
written language
black and white
communication by means of written symbols (either printed or handwritten)
machine code
machine language
a set of instructions coded so that the computer can use it directly without further translation
authoring language software that can be used to develop interactive computer programs without the technically demanding task of computer programming
natural language processor
natural language processing application
an application program that deals with natural language text
crash course
crash program
crash programme
a rapid and intense course of training or research (usually undertaken in an emergency), he took a crash course in Italian on his way to Italy, his first job was a crash course in survival and in learning how to get along with people, a crash programme is needed to create new jobs
markup language a set of symbols and rules for their use when doing a markup of a document
standard generalized markup language
SGML
(computer science) a standardized language for the descriptive markup of documents, a set of rules for using whatever markup vocabulary is adopted
hypertext markup language
hypertext mark-up language
HTML
a set of tags and rules (conforming to SGML) for using them in developing hypertext documents
sign language
signing
language expressed by visible hand gestures
ASL
American sign language
the sign language used in the United States
body language communication via the movements or attitudes of the body
artificial language a language that is deliberately created for a specific purpose
programming language
programing language
(computer science) a language designed for programming computers
algebraic language an algorithmic language having statements that resemble algebraic expressions
algorithmic language an artificial language designed to express algorithms
application-oriented language
problem-oriented language
a language whose statements resemble terminology of the user
assembly language a low-level programing language, close approximation to machine language
command language
query language
search language
a source language consisting of procedural operators that invoke functions to be executed
computer language
computer-oriented language
machine language machine-oriented language
a programming language designed for use on a specific class of computers
high-level language a problem-oriented language requiring little knowledge of the computer on which it will be run
jobontrol language a problem-oriented language used to describe job requirements to an operating system
multidimensional language a programming language whose expressions are assembled in more than one dimension
object language target language a computer language into which something written in another computer language is to be translated
object-oriented programming language
object-oriented programing language
(computer science) a programming language that enables the programmer to associate a set of procedures with each type of data structure, C is an object-oriented programming language that is an extension of C
one-dimensional language a programming language whose expressions are represented by strings of characters
stratified language a language that cannot be used as its own metalanguage
syntax language a language used to describe the syntax of another language
unstratified language a programming language that (like natural language) can be used as its own metalanguage
LISP
list-processing language
a flexible procedure-oriented programing language that manipulates symbols in the form of lists
native language the language that a person has spoken from earliest childhood
indigenous language a language that originated in a specified place and was not brought to that place from elsewhere
natural language
tongue
a human written or spoken language used by a community, opposed to e.g. a computer language
mother tongue
maternal language
first language
one's native language, the language learned by children and passed from one generation to the next
tone language
tonal language
a language in which different tones distinguish different meanings
contour language a tone language that uses pitch changes
register language a tone language that uses different voice registers
Amerind
Amerindian language
American-Indian language
American Indian
Indian
any of the languages spoken by Amerindians
Algonquian
Algonquin
Algonquian language
family of North American Indian languages spoken from Labrador to South Carolina and west to the Great Plains
Athapaskan
Athapascan
Athabaskan
Athabascan
Athapaskan language
a group of Amerindian languages (the name coined by an American anthropologist, Edward Sapir)
Muskhogean
Muskhogean language
Muskogean
Muskogean language
a family of North American Indian languages spoken in the southeastern United States
Wakashan
Wakashan language
a family of North American Indian languages of British Columbia and Washington
Shoshonean
Shoshonean language
Shoshonian
Shoshonian language
a subfamily of Uto-Aztecan languages spoken mainly in the southwestern United States
Caddo
Caddoan
Caddoan language
a family of North American Indian languages spoken widely in the Midwest by the Caddo
Iroquoian
Iroquois
Iroquoian language
a family of North American Indian languages spoken by the Iroquois
Quechua
Quechuan
Quechuan language
Kechua
Kechuan
the language of the Quechua which was spoken by the Incas
Maraco
Maracan language
the language spoken by the Maraco
Tupi-Guarani
Tupi-Guarani language
a family of South American Indian languages
Carib
Caribbean language
the family of languages spoken by the Carib
Eskimo-Aleut
Eskimo-Aleut language
the family of languages that includes Eskimo and Aleut
Uto-Aztecan
Uto-Aztecan language
a family of American Indian languages
Maya
Mayan
Mayan language
a family of American Indian languages spoken by Maya
Siouan
Siouan language
a family of North American Indian languages spoken by the Sioux
Tanoan
Tanoan language
a family of North American Indian language spoken in southwestern United States
Altaic
Altaic language
a group of related languages spoken in Asia and southeastern Europe
Turki
Turkic
Turko-Tatar
Turkic language
a subfamily of Altaic languages
Chukchi
Chukchi language
an indigenous and isolated language of unknown origin spoken by the Chukchi that is pronounced differently by men and women
Tungusic
Tungusic language
a family of Altaic languages spoken in Mongolia and neighboring areas
Mongolian
Mongolic
Mongolic language
a family of Altaic language spoken in Mongolia
Sinitic
Sinitic language
a group of Sino-Tibetan languages
Sino-Tibetan
Sino-Tibetan language
the family of tonal languages spoken in eastern Asia
Tibeto-Burman
Tibeto-Burman language
a branch of the Sino-Tibetan family of languages spoken from Tibet to the Malay Peninsula
Kadai
Kam-Tai
Kadai language
a family of Sino-Tibetan languages spoken in southeastern Asia
Austro-Asiatic
Austro-Asiatic language
Munda-Mon-Khmer
a family of languages spoken in southern and southeastern Asia
Hmong
Hmong language
Miao
a language of uncertain affiliation spoken by the Hmong
Austronesian
Austronesian language
the family of languages spoken in Australia and Formosa and Malaysia and Polynesia
Papuan
Papuan language
any of the indigenous languages spoken in Papua New Guinea or New Britain or the Solomon Islands that are not Malayo-Polynesian languages
Khoisan
Khoisan language
a family of languages spoken in southern Africa
Indo-European
Indo-European language
Indo-Hittite
the family of languages that by BC were spoken throughout Europe and in parts of southwestern and southern Asia
Armenian
Armenian language
the Indo-European language spoken predominantly in Armenia, but also in Azerbaijan
Balto-Slavic
Balto-Slavic language
Balto-Slavonic
a family of Indo-European languages including the Slavic and Baltic languages
Slavic
Slavic language
Slavonic
Slavonic language
a branch of the Indo-European family of languages
Baltic
Baltic language
a branch of the Indo-European family of languages related to the Slavonic languages, Baltic languages have preserved many archaic features that are believed to have existed in Proto-Indo European
Germanic
Germanic language
a branch of the Indo-European family of languages, members that are spoken currently fall into two major groups: Scandinavian and West Germanic
West Germanic
West Germanic language
a branch of the Germanic languages
English
English language
an Indo-European language belonging to the West Germanic branch, the official language of Britain and the United States and most of the commonwealth countries
American English
American language
American
the English language as used in the United States
German
High German
German language
the standard German language, developed historically from West Germanic
Scandinavian
Scandinavian language
Nordic
Norse
North Germanic
North Germanic language
the northern family of Germanic languages that are spoken in Scandinavia and Iceland
East Germanic
East Germanic language
an extinct branch of the Germanic languages
Uralic
Uralic language
a family of Ural-Altaic languages

 

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