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Missbrauch Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

(vorsätzlicher) Missbrauch {m} (von jdm. etw.)
Missbräuche {pl}
Alkoholmissbrauch {m}
körperlicher seelicher Missbrauch
sexueller Missbrauch von Kindern
Machtmissbrauch {m}
Misshandlung alter Menschen
Misshandlung durch den Partner
Missbrauch einer beherrschenden Stellung
abuse (of sb. sth.)
abuse of alcohol; alcohol abuse
physical emotional abuse
child sexual abuse
abuse of power
elder abuse
partner abuse
abuse of a dominant position
Missbrauch {m}, missbräuchliche Verwendung {f}
Missbräuche {pl}
Missbrauch einer beherrschenden Stellung
misusage, misuse
abuse of a dominant position
Missbrauch {m}
Missbrauch {m}
Missbrauch {m}
missbrauchen, Missbrauch
Missbrauch, missbrauchen
missbrauchen, Missbrauch
Missbrauch {m}
Missbräuche {pl}
Missbrauch, missbrauchen
Missbrauch {m} eines Autoritätsverhältnisses [jur.]
abuse of authority
Amtsvergehen, Missbrauch der Autorität
abuse of office
Missbrauch des Ermessens, der Macht
abuse of power
Missbrauch der Autorität, des Ermessens
abuse of authority
Versenden von Spam (Missbrauch des Internet)
Drogenmissbrauch {m}; Suchtmittelmissbrauch {m}; Missbrauch von Suchtmitteln
substance abuse
offenkundig; krass {adj}
ein offenkundiger Fehler
ein offenkundiger Missbrauch von Privilegien
a flagrant error
a flagrant misuse of privilege
Amtsmissbrauch {m}; Amtsmißbrauch {m} [alt]; Missbrauch {m} der Amtsgewalt (Straftatbestand) [jur.]
abuse of official authority; abuse of official position (criminal offence)
(bewusst) hinsehen; hinschauen (zu Kenntnis nehmen) {vi} [übtr.]
Hinsehen statt Wegsehen.; Schau hin und nicht weg. [übtr.]
Wenn mehr Leute hinschauen statt wegschauen würden gäbe es weniger Missbrauch. [übtr.]
to (consciously) take notice of what is going on around oneself
Take notice of things around you and don't look the other way.
If more people took notice of what was going on around them instead of looking the other way then there would be less abuse of things.
tätlicher Angriff {m}; Überfall {m}; körperlicher Übergriff {m}; (versuchte) Gewaltanwendung {f}
Angriff auf die Privatsphäre [übtr.]
vorsätzliche Körperverletzung
(versuchte) Gewaltanwendung Körperverletzung mit einer tödlichen Waffe
sexueller Übergriff {m}; sexueller Missbrauch {m}; Missbrauchshandlungen {pl}
sexuelle Nötigung {f}; geschlechtlich Nötigung {f} [Ös.] (Straftatbestand) [jur.]
assault on privacy [fig.]
assault and battery; assault occasioning bodily harm [Am.]
felonious assault [Am.]
sexual assault
indecent assault (criminal offence)

Deutsche Synonyme für Missbrauch

Missbrauch  Misshandlung  Notzucht  sexueller  Missbrauch  Vergewaltigung  
Missbrauch  riskanter  Substanzkonsum  
falscher  Gebrauch  Missbrauch  Schindluder  (umgangssprachlich)  
Missbrauch  Misshandlung  Notzucht  sexueller Missbrauch  Vergewaltigung  
Missbrauch  riskanter Substanzkonsum  

Englische Synonyme für abuse

abuse  abuse of office  addiction  afflict  aggrieve  assail  assailing  assault  atrocity  attack  bark at  batter  befoul  befoulment  belittle  berate  berating  betongue  betray  betrayal  bewitch  billingsgate  bitter words  blacken  blackening  blackguard  blaspheme  bleed  bleed white  blight  bruise  buffet  call names  calumniate  calumniation  calumny  catachresis  censure  condemn  contumely  conversion  convert  corrupt  corrupt administration  corruption  criminal assault  crucify  curse  cursing  cuss out  damage  damn  debase  debasement  debauch  debauchment  deceive  decry  defalcate  defalcation  defamation  defame  defile  defilement  defloration  deflower  deflowering  dependence  deprave  deprecate  depreciate  derogate  desecrate  desecration  despoil  despoilment  destroy  detract from  diatribe  disadvantage  discount  disparage  dispraise  disserve  distress  diversion  divert  do a mischief  do evil  do ill  do violence to  do wrong  do wrong by  do wrong to  doom  drain  embezzle  embezzlement  envenom  epithet  epithetize  execrate  execration  exploit  fault  force  foul  fouling  fulminate against  get into trouble  harass  hard words  harm  hex  hurt  ill use  ill-treat  ill-treatment  ill-usage  ill-use  impair  impose  impose upon  imprecation  infect  injure  injury  insult  invective  jaw  jawing  jeremiad  jinx  knock about  lambaste  lead astray  libel  load with reproaches  make use of  maladminister  maladministration  malediction  malfeasance  malign  maligning  malpractice  maltreat  maltreatment  malversation  manhandle  manipulate  mar  masturbation  maul  menace  mess up  milk  minimize  misapplication  misapply  misappropriate  misappropriation  misconduct  misemploy  misemployment  misfeasance  mishandle  mishandling  mislead  mismanage  mismanagement  mistreat  mistreatment  misusage  misuse  molest  molestation  mud  objurgate  objurgation  obloquy  onslaught  oppress  opprobrium  outrage  peculate  peculation  persecu  

Lexikoneinträge für abuse (of sb. sth.) / abuses / abuse of alcohol; alcohol abuse / physical emotional abuse / child sexual abuse / abuse of power / elder abuse / partner abuse / abuse of a dominant position

Abuse (v. t.) To put to a wrong use
Abuse (v. t.) To use ill
Abuse (v. t.) To revile
Abuse (v. t.) To dishonor.
Abuse (v. t.) To violate
Abuse (v. t.) To deceive
Abuse (v. t.) Improper treatment or use
Abuse (v. t.) Physical ill treatment
Abuse (v. t.) A corrupt practice or custom
Abuse (v. t.) Vituperative words
Abuse (v. t.) Violation
Alcohol (n.) An impalpable powder.
Alcohol (n.) The fluid essence or pure spirit obtained by distillation.
Alcohol (n.) Pure spirit of wine
Alcohol (n.) A class of compounds analogous to vinic alcohol in constitution. Chemically speaking, they are hydroxides of certain organic radicals
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
Dominant (a.) Ruling
Dominant (n.) The fifth tone of the scale
Elder (a.) Older
Elder (a.) Born before another
Elder (a.) One who is older
Elder (a.) An aged person
Elder (a.) A person who, on account of his age, occupies the office of ruler or judge
Elder (a.) A clergyman authorized to administer all the sacraments
Elder (n.) A genus of shrubs (Sambucus) having broad umbels of white flowers, and small black or red berries.
Emotional (a.) Pertaining to, or characterized by, emotion
Horse power () The power which a horse exerts.
Horse power () A unit of power, used in stating the power required to drive machinery, and in estimating the capabilities of animals or steam engines and other prime movers for doing work. It is the power required for the performance of work at the rate of 33,000 English units of work per minute
Horse power () A machine worked by a horse, for driving other machinery
Partner (n.) One who has a part in anything with an other
Partner (n.) An associate in any business or occupation
Partner (n.) A framework of heavy timber surrounding an opening in a deck, to strengthen it for the support of a mast, pump, capstan, or the like.
Partner (v. t.) To associate, to join.
Physical (a.) Of or pertaining to nature (as including all created existences)
Physical (a.) Of or pertaining to physics, or natural philosophy
Physical (a.) Perceptible through a bodily or material organization
Physical (a.) Of or pertaining to physic, or the art of medicine
Position (n.) The state of being posited, or placed
Position (n.) The spot where a person or thing is placed or takes a place
Position (n.) Hence: The ground which any one takes in an argument or controversy
Position (n.) Relative place or standing
Position (n.) A method of solving a problem by one or two suppositions
Position (v. t.) To indicate the position of
Power (n.) Same as Poor, the fish.
Power (n.) Ability to act, regarded as latent or inherent
Power (n.) Ability, regarded as put forth or exerted
Power (n.) Capacity of undergoing or suffering
Power (n.) The exercise of a faculty
Power (n.) The agent exercising an ability to act
Power (n.) A military or naval force
Power (n.) A large quantity
Power (n.) The rate at which mechanical energy is exerted or mechanical work performed, as by an engine or other machine, or an animal, working continuously
Power (n.) A mechanical agent
Power (n.) Applied force
Power (n.) A machine acted upon by an animal, and serving as a motor to drive other machinery
Power (n.) The product arising from the multiplication of a number into itself
Power (n.) Mental or moral ability to act
Power (n.) The degree to which a lens, mirror, or any optical instrument, magnifies
Power (n.) An authority enabling a person to dispose of an interest vested either in himself or in another person
Power (n.) Hence, vested authority to act in a given case
Self-abuse (n.) The abuse of one's own self, powers, or faculties.
Self-abuse (n.) Self-deception
Self-abuse (n.) Masturbation
Sexual (a.) Of or pertaining to sex, or the sexes
Water elder () The guelder-rose.
Water power () The power of water employed to move machinery, etc.
Water power () A fall of water which may be used to drive machinery

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

physical entity an entity that has physical existence
physical object
a tangible and visible entity, an entity that can cast a shadow, it was full of rackets, balls and other objects
physical process
a sustained phenomenon or one marked by gradual changes through a series of states, events now in process, the process of calcification begins later for boys than for girls
sexual climax
the moment of most intense pleasure in sexual intercourse
position the act of positing, an assumption taken as a postulate or axiom
physical contact
the act of touching physically, her fingers came in contact with the light switch
sexual conquest
a seduction culminating in sexual intercourse, calling his seduction of the girl a `score' was a typical example of male slang
accession rise to power the act of attaining or gaining access to a new office or right or position (especially the throne), Elizabeth's accession in
power dive a dive of an airplane that is accelerated both by gravity and by the power of the engine
physical rehabilitation
physical restoration
therapeutic rehabilitation
providing help for disabled persons, the removal or reduction of disabilities
cruel or inhumane treatment, the child showed signs of physical abuse
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
sexual harassment unwelcome sexual behavior by a supervisor toward an employee
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
child's game a game enjoyed by children
power play (ice hockey) a play in which one team has a numerical advantage over the other as a result of penalties, the team was unable to capitalize on the power play
power play a play in which there is a concentration of players in one location on the field of play, they used a power play to return the kickoff
cinch breeze
snap duck soup
child's play
piece of cake
any undertaking that is easy to do, marketing this product will be no picnic
position post
office spot billet
a job in an organization, he occupied a post in the treasury
physical exercise
physical exertion
the activity of exerting your muscles in various ways to keep fit, the doctor recommended regular exercise, he did some exercising, the physical exertion required by his work kept him fit
power walking a form of cardiopulmonary exercise consisting of rapid walking accompanied by vigorous swinging of the arms
physical therapy
therapy that uses physical agents: exercise and massage and other modalities
position place lieu
the post or function properly or customarily occupied or served by another, can you go in my stead?, took his place, in lieu of
position (in team sports) the role assigned to an individual player, what position does he play?
sexual immorality the evil ascribed to sexual acts that violate social conventions, sexual immorality is the major reason for last year's record number of abortions
child pornography
kiddie porn
kiddy porn
the illegal use of children in pornographic pictures or films
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
power play
squeeze play squeeze
an aggressive attempt to compel acquiescence by the concentration or manipulation of power, she laughed at this sexual power play and walked away
power trip (slang) a self-aggrandizing action undertaken simply for the pleasure of exercising control over other people
sexual activity
sexual practice
sex activity
activities associated with sexual intercourse, they had sex in the back seat
b sexual intercourse
intercourse sex act
sexual congress
congress sexual relation
relation carnal knowledge
the act of sexual procreation between a man and a woman, the man's penis is inserted into the woman's vagina and excited until orgasm and ejaculation occur
sexual love
making love
love life
sexual activities (often including sexual intercourse) between two people, his lovemaking disgusted her, he hadn't had any love in months, he has a very complicated love life
statutory rape
carnal abuse
sexual intercourse with a person (girl or boy) who has not reached the age of consent (even if both parties participate willingly)
carnal abuse any lascivious contact by an adult with the sexual organs of a child (especially not involving sexual intercourse)
union sexual union
the act of pairing a male and female for reproductive purposes, the casual couplings of adolescents, the mating of some species occurs only in the spring
perversion sexual perversion an aberrant sexual practice,
manual stimulation of your own genital organ for sexual pleasure
inversion sexual inversion a term formerly used to mean taking on the gender role of the opposite sex
improper or excessive use, alcohol abuse, the abuse of public funds
substance abuse
drug abuse
excessive use of drugs
alcohol abuse
alcoholic abuse
alcoholism abuse
excessive use of alcohol and alcoholic drinks
location locating
the act of putting something in a certain place
sexual abstention
abstaining from sexual relations (as because of religious vows)
sexual discrimination discrimination (usually in employment) that excludes one sex (usually women) to the benefit of the other sex
child care
a service involving care for other people's children
alcohol thermometer
alcohol-in-glass thermometer
thermometer consisting of a glass capillary tube marked with degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit and containing alcohol which rises or falls as it expands or contracts with changes in temperature
child's room a bedroom for a child
drug of abuse
street drug
a drug that is taken for nonmedicinal reasons (usually for mind-altering effects), drug abuse can lead to physical and mental damage and (with some substances) dependence and addiction
electric meter
power meter
a meter for measuring the amount of electric power used
gear geartrain
power train
wheelwork consisting of a connected set of rotating gears by which force is transmitted or motion or torque is changed, the fool got his tie caught in the geartrain
hammer power hammer a power tool for drilling rocks
physical pendulum
compound pendulum
pendulum consisting of an actual object allowed to rotate freely around a horizontal axis
point power point a wall socket
power brake a brake on an automobile that magnifies a small force applied to the brake pedal into a proportionately larger force applied to slow or stop the vehicle
power cord a cord to conduct power to an electrical appliance
power drill a power tool for drilling holes into hard materials
power line
power cable
cable used to distribute electricity
power loom a loom operated mechanically
power module module that provides power to operate other modules
power mower
motor mower
a lawn mower powered by a gasoline motor
power pack a device for converting a power supply to a voltage required by particular equipment
power saw
saw sawing machine
a power tool for cutting wood
power shovel
a machine for excavating
power station
power plant
an electrical generating station
power steering
power-assisted steering
automotive steering where engineer power amplifies the torque applied to the steering wheel
power system
power grid
a system of high tension cables by which electrical power is distributed throughout a region
power takeoff
a device that transfers power from an engine (as in a tractor or other motor vehicle) to another piece of equipment (as to a pump or jackhammer)
power tool a tool driven by a motor
power pylon
a large vertical steel tower supporting high-tension power lines, power pylons are a favorite target for terrorists
rubbing alcohol lotion consisting of a poisonous solution of isopropyl alcohol or denatured ethanol alcohol for external use
tribromoethyl alcohol
an intravenous anesthetic
drawing power the capacity for attracting people (customers or supporters)
sexual attraction attractiveness on the basis of sexual desire
motive power
the power or ability to move
power hunger
status seeking
a drive to acquire power
virtue chastity
sexual morality
morality with respect to sexual relations
will power
the trait of resolutely controlling your own behavior
X-linked dominant inheritance hereditary pattern in which a dominant gene on the X chromosome causes a characteristic to be manifested in the offspring
composition physical composition
the way in which someone or something is composed
sex characteristic
sexual characteristic
sex character
those characteristics (both anatomical and psychological) that are strongly associated with one sex relative to the other
primary sex characteristic
primary sexual characteristic
primary sex character
the genetically determined sex characteristics bound up with reproduction (genitals and organs of reproduction)
secondary sex characteristic
secondary sexual characteristic
secondary sex character
the genetically determined sex characteristics that are not functionally necessary for reproduction (pitch of the voice and body hair and musculature)
physical property any property used to characterize matter and energy and their interactions
physical strength
staying power
enduring strength and energy
power of appointment authority given (in a will or deed) by a donor to a donee to appoint the beneficiaries of the donor's property
sea power naval strength
spatial relation
the spatial property of a place where or way in which something is situated, the position of the hands on the clock, he specified the spatial relations of every piece of furniture on the stage
position posture
the arrangement of the body and its limbs, he assumed an attitude of surrender
ballet position classical position of the body and especially the feet in ballet
lithotomy position a position lying on your back with knees bent and thighs apart, assumed for vaginal or rectal examination
lotus position a sitting position with the legs crossed, used in yoga
missionary position a position for sexual intercourse, a man and woman lie facing each other with the man on top, soalled because missionaries thought it the proper position for primitive peoples
acoustic power
sound pressure level
the physical intensity of sound
superiority favorable position
favourable position
the quality of being at a competitive advantage
inferiority unfavorable position the quality of being a competitive disadvantage
possession of controlling influence, the deterrent power of nuclear weapons, the power of his love saved her, his powerfulness was concealed by a gentle facade
legal power
(law) the right and power to interpret and apply the law, courts having jurisdiction in this district
magical ability
magical power
an ability to perform magic


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Das Substantiv Missbrauch ist im Deutschen seit dem 16. Jahrhundert belegt. Das zugrundeliegende Verb mit der Bedeutung falsch oder böse gebrauchen findet sich bereits im Althochdeutschen.
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