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Lehrer {m}; Lehrerin {f} (von Fertigkeiten)
Lehrer {pl}; Lehrerinnen {pl}
Fahrlehrer {m}
Fluglehrer {m}
Reitlehrer {m}
Schwimmlehrer {m}
Skilehrer {m}; Schilehrer {m}
Tauchlehrer {m}
instructor
instructors
driving instructor
flight instructor
riding instructor
swimming instructor
skiing instructor; ski instructor
diving instructor; dive instructor
Lehrer {m}; Lehrerin {f} [school]
Lehrer {pl}; Lehrerinnen {pl}
teacher
teachers
Lehrer {m}, Lehrerin {f}
Lehrer {pl}, Lehrerinnen {pl}
teacher
teachers
Lehrer {m}, Lehrerin {f}
Lehrer {pl}, Lehrerinnen {pl}
instructor
instructors
Lehrer {m}; Lehrprogramm {n}
Lehrer {pl}
tutor
tutors
Lehrer {m}, Lehrprogramm {n}
Lehrer {pl}
tutor
tutors
Lehrer {m}
indoctrinator
Lehrer
in
teacher
Lehrer
teacher
Lehrer
master
Lehrer
tutors
Lehrer
teachers
Lehrer
schoolmaster
Lehrer {m}
schoolmaster
Lehrer
indoctrinator
Lehrer
instructor
Lehrer
instructors
Lehrer, Lehrprogramm
tutor
Lehrer- und Elternverband {m}
parent-teacher association
Lehrerkonferenz {f}, Gesamtkonferenz {f} (Lehrer)
faculty meeting, teacher's council
Lehrer- und Elternverband {m} [school]
parent-teacher association
Erzieher {m}; Lehrer {m} der für ein Gruppenhaus zuständig ist
housemaster [Br.]
Erzieher {m}, Lehrer {m}, der für ein Gruppenhaus zuständig ist
housemaster [Br.]
etw. austeilen {vt}
austeilend
ausgeteilt
Der Lehrer teilte die Prüfungsarbeiten aus.
to give out; to hand out sth.
giving out; handing out
given out; handed out
The teacher gave handed out the exam papers.
Springer {m} (Lehrer der an mehreren Schulen unterrichtet) [school]
peripatetic; peri [coll.] [Br.]
Lehrerkonferenz {f}; Gesamtkonferenz {f} (Lehrer) [school]
Lehrerkonferenzen {pl}; Gesamtkonferenzen {pl}
faculty meeting; teacher's council
faculty meetings; teacher's councils
spitzfindig; kleinlich; tipplig; pedantisch; pedant [Ös.] {adj}
ein pingeliger Lehrer
quibbling; niggling; cavilling; pettifogging; nitpicking; pernickety; persnickety; captious; pedantic
a captious teacher
unrealistisch; nicht realistisch {adj}
unrealistische Erwartungen an die Lehrer haben
unrealistic
to have unrealistic expectations of teachers
ausgebildet; qualifiziert; kompetent; examiniert [adm.] {adj}
examinierte Krankenschwester [adm.]
examinierter Lehrer [adm.]
qualified
qualified nurse; registered nurse RN
qualified teacher
Berufung {f} (zu etw.) [psych.]
Berufungen {pl}
sich zum Lehrer berufen fühlen
Spätberufener {m} [relig.]
vocation; calling (towards sth. to do sth.)
vocations
to feel a vocation to teach
late vocation
Anleitung {f} (zu etw.)
Anleitungen {pl}
Unser Lehrer gab uns Anleitungen zum Bau des Modells wie wir das Modell bauen sollten.
instruction; instructions (for sth.)
instructions
Our teacher gave us instructions for building the model on how to build the model.
jdm. etw. (detailliert) aufschreiben {vt}
aufschreibend
aufgeschrieben
jdm. ein Rezept aufschreiben
Der Lehrer bat die Kinder das Gedicht in ihrer schönsten Schrift aufzuschreiben.
to write sth.; to write out <> sth. for sb.
writing; writing out
written; written out
to write sb. a recipe
The teacher asked the children to write the poem out in their best handwriting.
Gesellschaftstanz {m} (bestimmter Tanz)
Gesellschaftstänze {pl}
Lehrer für Gesellschaftstanz
ballroom dance
ballroom dances
ballroom dance teacher; ballroom dance instructor
Leistungsbeurteilung {f}; Leistungsfeststellung {f} [school]
Leistungsbeurteilung durch den Lehrer
performance assessment
teacher-generated assessment
herausgreifen {vt}
herausgreifend
herausgegriffen
greift heraus
griff heraus
um ein paar Beispiele herauszugreifen
Der Lehrer hat mich aufgerufen drangenommen.
to pick
picking
picked
picks
picked
to pick up a few examples
The teacher picked me (to answer the question).
ausgebildet werden {vi}
ausgebildet werdend
ausgebildet worden
eine Lehrerausbildung machen; zum Lehrer ausbilden lassen
to train
training
trained
to train as a teacher
Zurechtweisung {f}; Verweis {m}; Rüge {f}; Rüffel {m} [ugs.]; Tadel {m} [geh.] (veraltend)
schriftlicher Verweis (Diziplinarstrafe) [mil.]
Er erhielt vom Lehrer einen kleinen Verweis.
reprimand; rebuke; reproof; reprehension; objurgation (rare)
letter of reprimand
He received a mild reproof from the teacher.
frontseitig; an der Vorderseite; vorne {adv}
ein Garten an der Vorderseite des Hauses; ein Garten vor dem Haus
Der Lehrer steht vor der Klasse.
at the front
a garden at the front of the house
The teacher stands at the front of the class.
Vermittler {m} (Kommunikator von etw.)
Vermittler {pl}
Der Lehrer fungiert als Vermittler des Lernstoffs.
facilitator (of sth.)
facilitators
The teacher acts as a facilitator of learning.
jdn. potenziell zu etw. machen {vt} (Verhalten Einstellung)
Eltern die rauchen machen auch ihre Kinder zu potenziellen Rauchern.
Ein guter Lehrer weckt in seinen Schülern Lernbereitschaft.
Aufgrund seines familiären Umfelds ist er ein potenzieller Sympathisant der Sozialdemokratie.
to predispose sb. to sth. to do sth. (make sb. inclined to a specific behaviour attitude)
Parents who smoke predispose their children to smoking.
A good teacher predisposes his students to learn.
His family background predisposes him to support the Social Democrats.
arbeiten {vi}
arbeitend
gearbeitet
er
sie arbeitet
ich
er
sie arbeitete
er
sie hat
hatte gearbeitet
schwer arbeiten
bei einer Firma arbeiten
in der Küche arbeiten
als Lehrer arbeiten
mit seinen Händen arbeiten
sich zu Tode arbeiten
to work {work, wrought, worked, wrought}
working
worked
he
she works
I
he
she worked
he
she has
had worked
to work hard
to work with a firm
to work in the kitchen
to work as teacher
work with one's hands
to work oneself to death
Fehler {m} (schlechter Charakterzug schlechte Gewohnheit einer Person) [soc.]
Er hat so seine Fehler aber alles in allem ist er sehr nett.
Sie mag viele Fehler haben aber Unehrlichkeit gehört nicht dazu.
Der Fehler den der begeisterte Lehrer gerne macht ist zu früh einzugreifen.
fault (bad character feature misguided habit of a person)
He has his faults but on the whole he is very nice.
She may have many faults but dishonesty isn't one of them.
The fault of the keen teacher is to start to intervene too early.
in die Kirche gehend {adj}; ... der in die Kirche geht [relig.]
ein Lehrer der in die Kirche geht
church-going
a church-going teacher
arbeiten {vi}
arbeitend
gearbeitet
er sie arbeitet
ich er sie arbeitete
er sie hat hatte gearbeitet
an etw. arbeiten
schwer arbeiten
für eine Firma arbeiten
bei einer Firma arbeiten
in der Küche arbeiten
als Lehrer arbeiten
mit seinen Händen arbeiten
sich zu Tode arbeiten
gemäß den Vorschriften arbeiten
to work {work wrought; worked wrought}
working
worked
he she works
I he she worked
he she has had worked
to work on sth.; to be working on sth.
to work hard
to work for a company
to work with a firm
to work in the kitchen
to work as teacher
work with one's hands
to work oneself to death
to work to rule
in Ordnung; ok [ugs.] {adj}
In Ordnung!; Ist recht!
Es ist nicht in Ordnung das zu einem Lehrer zu sagen.
Geht es in Ordnung wenn ich meinen Hund mitbringe?
'Danke für deine Hilfe' 'Das ist schon in Ordnung.'
Es ist alles in Ordnung.; Es ist alles paletti. [ugs.]
Das geht schon in Ordnung.
all right; okey ok
All right!; Okey!
It's not OK to say that to a teacher.
Is it all right to bring my dog?
'Thanks for your help.' 'That's quite all right'
Everything is all right.
That's all right.
etw. in etw. teilen; aufteilen {vt}
teilend; aufteilend
geteilt; aufgeteilt
Informationsbeschaffung im geteilten Deutschland
Sie teilte den Kuchen in die Hälfte in sechs Teile.
Der Fluss teilt die Stadt.
Der Äquator teilt die Erde in zwei Hemisphären.
Mein Vater teilte das restliche Bargeld auf.
Das Geld wird gleichmäßig auf die Erben aufgeteilt.
Der Lehrer teilte die Klasse in vier Gruppen auf.
Teile und herrsche!
to divide sth.; to divide sth. up into sth.
dividing; dividing up
divided; divided up
intelligence in divided Germany
She divided the pie in half into six pieces.
The river divides the town.
The equator divides the Earth into two hemispheres.
My father divided up the rest of the cash.
The money will be divided equally between among the heirs.
The teacher divided the class (up) into four groups.
Divide and conquer!; Divide and rule!
Ruf {m}; Reputation {f} [geh.]; Leumund {m} [adm.]
einen guten schlechten Ruf haben
ein makelloser Ruf
dafür bekannt sein dass ...
dafür berüchtigt sein dass ...
als gewalttätig verschrien sein
ein Fahrlehrer dem Geduld nachgesagt wird
gut schlecht beleumundet sein
seinem Ruf gerecht werden
sich den Ruf eines vielseitigen Journalisten erworben haben
sich den Ruf einer Firma erhalten die der Gesellschaft etwas zurückgibt
Dieser Lehrer hat den Ruf streng aber gerecht zu sein.
Der schlechte Kundendienst hat den Ruf der Firma beschädigt ruiniert.
Sie soll sehr schwer zufriedenzustellen sein.
Sein Ruf ist angeschlagen.; Sein Renommee ist angekratzt.
reputation; repute
to have a good bad reputation; to have a good bad name; to be held in good bad repute
an impeccable reputation
to have a reputation for ...
to have a bad reputation for ...
to have a bad reputation as a violent man
a driving instructor with a reputation for patience
to be of good ill repute
to live up to your reputation
to have earned established acquired developed a reputation as a versatile journalist
to maintain a reputation as a company that gives back to society
This teacher has a reputation for being strict but fair.
Poor customer service has damaged ruined the company's reputation.
She is by reputation very difficult to please.
His reputation is tarnished.
in Rente gehen [Dt.]; in Pension gehen [Ös.]; in den Ruhestand treten [adm.]; sich berenten [Dt.] pensionieren [Ös.] lassen
vorzeitig in Rente gehen; vorzeitig in den Ruhestand treten; sich vorzeitig pensionieren lassen [Ös.] [Schw.]
als Lehrer in Rente gehen
to retire (from your job)
to retire early
to retire as a teacher; to retire from teaching

Lexikoneinträge für instructor / instructors / driving instructor / flight instructor / riding instructor / swimming instructor / skiing instructor; ski instructor / diving instructor; dive instructor

Diving (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Dive
Dive (v. i.) To plunge into water head foremost
Dive (v. i.) Fig.: To plunge or to go deeply into any subject, question, business, etc.
Dive (v. t.) To plunge (a person or thing) into water
Dive (v. t.) To explore by diving
Dive (n.) A plunge headforemost into water, the act of one who dives, literally or figuratively.
Dive (n.) A place of low resort.
Diving (a.) That dives or is used or diving.
Driving (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Drive
Driving (a.) Having great force of impulse
Driving (a.) Communicating force
Driving (n.) The act of forcing or urging something along
Driving (n.) Tendency
Flight (n.) The act or flying
Flight (n.) The act of fleeing
Flight (n.) Lofty elevation and excursion
Flight (n.) A number of beings or things passing through the air together
Flight (n.) A series of steps or stairs from one landing to another.
Flight (n.) A kind of arrow for the longbow
Flight (n.) The husk or glume of oats.
Flight-shot (n.) The distance to which an arrow or flight may be shot
Free-swimming (a.) Swimming in the open sea
Instructor (n.) One who instructs
Riding (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Ride
Riding (n.) One of the three jurisdictions into which the county of York, in England, is divided
Riding (a.) Employed to travel
Riding (a.) Used for riding on
Riding (a.) Used for riding, or when riding
Riding (n.) The act or state of one who rides.
Riding (n.) A festival procession.
Riding (n.) Same as Ride, n., 3.
Riding (n.) A district in charge of an excise officer.
Swimming (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Swim
Swimming (a.) That swims
Swimming (a.) Suffused with moisture
Swimming (n.) The act of one who swims.
Swimming (a.) Being in a state of vertigo or dizziness
Swimming (n.) Vertigo

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

escape
flight
the act of escaping physically, he made his escape from the mental hospital, the canary escaped from its cage, his flight was an indication of his guilt
drive thrust
driving force
the act of applying force to propel something, after reaching the desired velocity the drive is cut off
flight maneuver
airplane maneuver
a maneuver executed by an aircraft
driving the act of controlling and steering the movement of a vehicle or animal
riding
horseback riding
travel by being carried on horseback
endurance riding riding for long hours over long distances
pack riding riding with a pack
trail riding riding along a roughly blazed path
flight a scheduled trip by plane between designated airports, I took the noon flight to Chicago
connecting flight a flight with an intermediate stop and a change of aircraft (possibly a change of airlines)
direct flight a flight with one or more intermediate stops but no change of aircraft
domestic flight a flight that begins and ends in the same country
international flight a flight that takes off in one country and lands in another
nonstop flight
nonstop
a flight made without intermediate stops between source and destination, how many nonstops are there to Dallas?
redeye
redeye flight
a night flight from which the passengers emerge with eyes red from lack of sleep, he took the redeye in order to get home the next morning
flight
flying
an instance of traveling by air, flying was still an exciting adventure for him
maiden flight the first flight of its kind, the Stealth bomber made its maiden flight in
terrain flight
low level flight
flight at very low altitudes
dive
nose dive
nosedive
a steep nose-down descent by an aircraft
power dive a dive of an airplane that is accelerated both by gravity and by the power of the engine
crash dive a rapid descent by a submarine
skiing a sport in which participants must travel on skis
crossountry skiing the sport of skiing across the countryside (rather than downhill)
swimming
swim
the act of swimming, it was the swimming they enjoyed most: they took a short swim in the pool
dive diving a headlong plunge into water
cliff diving diving into the water from a steep overhanging cliff
swan dive
swallow dive
a dive in which the diver arches the back with arms outstretched before entering the water
skin diving
skin-dive
underwater swimming without any more breathing equipment than a snorkel
scuba diving skin diving with scuba apparatus
snorkeling
snorkel diving
skin diving with a snorkel
water-skiing skiing on water while being towed by a motorboat
riding horseback riding equitation the sport of siting on the back of a horse while controlling its movements
crossountry riding
crossountry jumping
riding horses across country over obstructions to demonstrate horsemanship
swimming stroke a method of moving the arms and legs to push against the water and propel the swimmer forward
drive driving hitting a golf ball off of a tee with a driver, he sliced his drive out of bounds
swimming kick a movement of the legs in swimming
flight control control from ground stations of airplanes in flight by means of messages transmitted to the pilot electronically
dive-bombing a bombing run in which the bomber releases the bomb while flying straight toward the target
diving duck any of various ducks of especially bays and estuaries that dive for their food
swimming crab marine crab with some legs flattened and fringed for swimming
coastal diving bird gull family, skimmer family, jaeger family, auk family
diving petrel any of several small diving birds of southern hemisphere seas, somewhat resemble auks
saddle horse
riding horse
mount
a lightweight horse kept for riding only
flight feather
pinion quill quill feather
any of the larger wing or tail feathers of a bird
airbrake dive brake a small parachute or articulated flap to reduce the speed of an aircraft
airstrip
flight strip
landing strip
strip
an airfield without normal airport facilities
anchor light
riding light
riding lamp
a light in the rigging of a ship that is riding at anchor
artificial horizon
gyro horizon
flight indicator
a navigational instrument based on a gyroscope, it artificially provides a simulated horizon for the pilot
bathing cap
swimming cap
a tight-fitting cap that keeps hair dry while swimming
dive bomber a bomber that releases its bombs during a steep dive toward the target
diving bell diving apparatus for underwater work, has an open bottom and is supplied with compressed air
diving board a springboard from which swimmers can dive
diving suit
diving dress
a weighted and hermetically sealed garment supplied with air, worn by underwater divers
driving belt a belt that carries motion from a motor to the machinery
driving iron
one iron
(golf) the long iron with the most nearly vertical face
driving wheel a wheel that drives a motor vehicle (transforms torque into a tractive force)
flight
flight of stairs
flight of steps
a stairway (set of steps) between one floor or landing and the next
flight deck
landing deck
the upper deck of an aircraft carrier, used as a runway
flight simulator
trainer
simulator consisting of a machine on the ground that simulates the conditions of flying a plane
golf range
driving range
a practice range for practicing golf shots
habit riding habit attire that is typically worn by a horseback rider (especially a woman's attire)
honkytonk
dive
a cheap disreputable nightclub or dance hall
jodhpurs
jodhpur breeches
riding breeches
flared trousers ending at the calves, worn with riding boots
live axle
driving axle
the axle of a self-propelled vehicle that provides the driving power
riding bitt one of the large bitts used to secure the cable of a dropped anchor
riding boot a boot without laces that is worn for riding horses, part of a riding habit
riding crop
hunting crop
a short whip with a thong at the end and a handle for opening gates
riding mower a power mower you can ride on
swimming pool
swimming bath
natatorium
pool that provides a facility for swimming, `swimming bath' is a British term
swimming trunks
bathing trunks
swimsuit worn by men while swimming
swimsuit
swimwear
bathing suit
swimming costume
bathing costume
tight fitting garment worn for swimming
flight passing above and beyond ordinary bounds, a flight of fancy, flights of rhetoric, flights of imagination
driver's license
driver's licence
driving license
driving licence
a license authorizing the bearer to drive a motor vehicle
ski race
skiing race
a race between people wearing skis
diving
diving event
an athletic competition that involves diving into water
swimming meet
swim meet
a swimming competition between two or more teams
swimming event an athletic competition that involves swimming
flight an air force unit smaller than a squadron
flight a formation of aircraft in flight
flight a flock of flying birds
driving school a school where people are taught to drive automobiles
riding school a school where horsemanship is taught and practiced
air lane
flight path
airway
skyway
a designated route followed by airplanes in flying from one airport to another
flight path the path of a rocket or projectile or aircraft through the air
flight line place where airplanes are parked and the maintenance hangars (but not the runways or taxiways)
line of flight the path along which a freely moving object travels through the air
swimming hole a small body of water (usually in a creek) that is deep enough to use for swimming
coach
private instructor
tutor
a person who gives private instruction (as in singing, acting, etc.)
drill master
drill instructor
a noncommissioned officer who instructs recruits in military marching and discipline
flight engineer the flight crewman responsible for mechanical operation while in flight
flight surgeon a medical officer specializing in aviation medicine
Little Red Riding Hood a girl in a fairy tale who meets a wolf while going to visit her grandmother
riding master someone who teaches horsemanship
steward flight attendant an attendant on an airplane
teacher
instructor
a person whose occupation is teaching
trajectory
flight
the path followed by an object moving through space
take a dive pretend to be knocked out, as of a boxer
dive-bomb bomb from a diving airplane
fledge
flight
decorate with feathers, fledge an arrow
flight fly in a flock, flighting wild geese

 

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Ein Lehrer ist eine Person, die durch ihre höhere Kompetenz auf bestimmten Gebieten anderen etwas beibringt. Da es sich um keinen geschützten Begriff handelt, kann sich grundsätzlich jeder so bezeichnen, der sich in einer Phase der Vermittlung von Wissen, Können, Lebensweisheit, Ausbildung oder Bildung befindet. Es ist ein vielschichtiger, schillernder Begriff, der in der Umgangssprache, als Berufsbezeichnung oder als Ehrentitel eine sehr unterschiedliche Bedeutung annehmen kann. ?Lehrer? ist der Oberbegriff für alle Arten von Lehrenden, die sich durch eine entsprechende Kompositabildung jeweils näher kennzeichnen lassen.
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