• Start
  • Quiz
  • Magazin
  • Wörter
  • Weltzeit


Seien Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

seien Sie auf der Hut
be on your guard
Seien wir ehrlich.
Let's face it.
Seien Sie sachlich.
Stick to facts.
Seien Sie offen zu mir!
Be frank with me!
seien Sie doch so gut
be good enough
seien Sie sachlich
stick to facts
seien Sie sachlich
stick of facts
Seien Sie offen zu mir
be frank with me
Seien Sie anständig!
Behave yourself!
Seien Sie mir nicht böse!
Don't be mad at me!
Bitte seien Sie pünktlich.
Please be on time.
seien Sie mir nicht böse
please do not angry with me
Bitte seien Sie pünktlich
please be on time
Seien Sie mir nicht böse aber ...
Don't be angry with me but ...
Seien Sie mir nicht böse, aber ...
Don't be angry with me but ...
Kritikpunkt {m}
Kritikpunkte {pl}
Ein weiterer Kritikpunkt an ihm war dass seine Methoden antiquiert seien.
point of criticism; point of critique
points of criticism; points of critique
Another criticism levelled at him was that his methods were antiquated.
sicher sein; beruhigt sein
Seien Sie versichert dass ...
to rest assured
(You can) rest assured easy that
anders {adv} (als)
nicht anders als; genauso wie
eher überbezahlt als andersrum
Pilze seien sie essbar oder nicht
der 'CO2-Fußabdruck' auch 'ökologischer Fußabdruck' genannt
aus anderen Gründen als grober Fahrlässigkeit; sofern das nicht in grober Fahrlässigkeit begründet ist
Ich sehe das anders.; Ich bin da anderer Meinung.
otherwise (than)
not otherwise than
rather overpaid than otherwise
mushrooms edible and otherwise
the 'carbon footprint' otherwise called the 'ecological footprint'.
otherwise than by reason of gross negligence
I think otherwise.
pünktlich {adv}
Bitte seien Sie pünktlich.; Bitte kommen Sie pünktlich.
on time
Please be come on time.; Be sure to be come on time!

Deutsche Synonyme für Seien

Englische Synonyme für be on your guard

be  abide  be extant  be found  be in existence  be met with  be present  be the case  be there  breathe  come  continue  endure  exist  go on  happen to be  have being  have place  hold  live  move  obtain  occur  persist  prevail  remain  stand  subsist  
be above  be contemptuous of  care nothing for  contemn  deride  despise  disdain  disparage  disprize  dump on  feel contempt for  feel superior to  hold beneath one  hold cheap  hold in contempt  insult  look down upon  misprize  put down  rank low  ridicule  scorn  set at naught  sneer at  sneeze at  sniff at  snort at  think nothing of  
be born  arise  awake  awaken  be begotten  be illegitimate  be incarnated  become  break out  burst forth  come alive  come forth  come into being  come into existence  come out  come to  come to be  come to life  crop up  erupt  get to be  hatch  have birth  have origin  irrupt  issue  issue forth  live again  originate  quicken  reanimate  resurge  resuscitate  return to life  revive  rise  rise again  see the light  spring up  take birth  take rise  
be careful  be cautious  bend over backwards  exercise care  go on tiptoe  handle with gloves  have a care  make haste slowly  pussyfoot  take care  take good care  take heed  take it easy  take pains  take trouble  think twice  tiptoe  tread on eggs  treat gently  walk on eggshells  
be gone  be all over  be consumed  be past  cease  cease to be  cease to exist  dematerialize  depart  die  die away  die out  disappear  dispel  disperse  dissipate  dissolve  do a fade-out  dwindle  elapse  erode  evanesce  evaporate  exit  fade  fade away  fade out  flee  fly  go  go away  have run out  hide  lapse  leave no trace  leave the scene  melt  melt away  pass  pass away  pass out  perish  retire from sight  sink  sink away  suffer an eclipse  vanish  vanish from sight  waste  waste away  wear away  
be in  be in force  be the rage  be the rule  be the thing  carry  deal in  dominate  handle  job  market  merchandise  obtain  predominate  prevail  reign  retail  rule  sell  trade in  traffic in  wholesale  
be off  beat it  begone  clear out  flake off  get  get going  get lost  get off  get out  git  go forth  hit the road  issue  issue forth  make yourself scarce  outset  outstart  put forth  sally  sally forth  scram  set forth  set forward  set off  set out  shove off  start  start off  start out  strike out  vamoose  
be still  abide  be a sideliner  coast  delay  do nothing  drift  freeze  hang fire  hibernate  idle  keep quiet  lie dormant  lie still  mark time  not breathe  not budge  not stir  remain  remain motionless  repose  rest  sit back  sit it out  stagnate  stand  stand fast  stand firm  stand still  stay  stay put  stick  stick fast  tarry  tread water  vegetate  wait and see  watch and wait  
beach  bank  berm  careen  cast away  coast  coastland  coastline  embankment  foreshore  ground  ironbound coast  lido  littoral  margin  pile up  plage  playa  riverside  riviera  rockbound coast  run aground  sands  sea margin  seabank  seabeach  seaboard  seacliff  seacoast  seashore  seaside  shingle  shipwreck  shore  shoreline  strand  submerged coast  take the ground  tidewater  waterfront  waterside  wreck  
beachcomber  Arab  Bowery bum  beach bum  beggar  beggarly fellow  blighter  bo  budmash  bum  bummer  caitiff  derelict  devil  dogie  drifter  drunkard  gamin  gamine  good-for-naught  good-for-nothing  guttersnipe  hobo  homeless waif  human wreck  idler  landloper  lazzarone  loafer  losel  lowlife  mauvais sujet  mean wretch  mucker  mudlark  no-good  pauvre diable  piker  pilgarlic  poor creature  poor devil  ragamuffin  ragman  ragpicker  rounder  sad case  sad sack  ski bum  skid-row bum  stiff  stray  street Arab  street urchin  sundowner  surf bum  swagman  swagsman  tatterdemalion  tennis bum  tramp  truant  turnpiker  urchin  vag  vagabond  vagrant  vaurien  waif  waifs and strays  wastrel  worthless fellow  wretch  
beachhead  acropolis  advance guard  airhead  avant-garde  bastion  battle line  blockhouse  bridgehead  bunker  castle  citadel  donjon  farthest outpost  fasthold  fastness  first line  forefront  fort  fortress  front  front line  front rank  front-runner  garrison  garrison house  hold  keep  line  martello  martello tower  mote  motte  outguard  outpost  peel  peel tower  pillbox  pioneer  point  post  precursor  railhead  rath  safehold  scout  spearhead  strong point  stronghold  tower  tower of strength  van  vanguard  ward  
beacon  AM transmitter  FM transmitter  Klaxon  Mayday  RT transmitter  Roman candle  SOS  Texas tower  Very flare  aid to navigation  air-raid alarm  airport beacon  airway beacon  alarm  alarm bell  alarm clock  alarm signal  alarum  alert  all clear  amateur transmitter  amber light  anchor light  approach light  backfire  balefire  beacon fire  beacons  beam  bell  bell buoy  belvedere  blaze  bleachers  blinker  blinker light  blinking light  blue peter  bonfire  bridge  buoy  burglar alarm  burning ghat  buzzer  campfire  caution light  ceiling light  cheerful fire  combustion  conflagration  conning tower  corposant  cozy fire  crackling fire  crematory  crostarie  death fire  fan marker  fen fire  fiery cross  fire  fire alarm  fire bell  fire flag  five-minute gun  flame  flare  flare path  flare-up  flashing light  flashing point  flicker  flickering flame  fog bell  fog signal  fog whistle  foghorn  forest fire  fox fire  funeral pyre  fusee  gale warning  gallery  gazebo  glance  go light  gong buoy  grandstand  green light  heliograph  high sign  hooter  horn  hue and cry  hurricane warning  ignis fatuus  ignition  ingle  international alphabet flag  international numeral pennant  kick  lambent flame  leer  light  lighthouse  lightship  lookout  loophole  magnesium flare  marker  marker beacon  marshfire  microphone  navigation light  nod  note of alarm  nudge  observation post  observatory  occulting light  open fire  outlook  overlook  parachute flare  peanut gallery  peephole  pharos  pilot flag  poke  police whistle  prairie fire  pylon  pyre  quarantine flag  racon  radar beacon  radiator  radio beacon  radio range beacon  radio transmitter  radiomicrophone  radiosonde  raging fire  red flag  red light  ringside  ringside seat  rocket  sailing aid  sea of flames  semaphore  semaphore flag  semaphore telegraph  sheet of fire  sighthole  sign  signal  signal beacon  signal bell  signal fire  signal flag  signal flare  signal gong  signal gun  signal  
bead  anklet  armlet  ball  balloon  bangle  beads  bejewel  beribbon  bespangle  bijou  bracelet  breastpin  brooch  chain  chaplet  charm  chatelaine  circle  conglobulate  coronet  crown  dewdrop  diadem  diamond  drop  droplet  earring  engrave  feather  figure  filigree  flag  flounce  flower  fob  garland  gem  globe  illuminate  jewel  locket  mushroom  necklace  nose ring  paint  pearl  pin  plume  precious stone  raindrop  rhinestone  ribbon  ring  snowball  spangle  sphere  spherify  stickpin  stone  teardrop  tiara  tinsel  torque  wampum  wreathe  wristband  wristlet  
beaded  adorned  bead-like  bead-shaped  beady  bedecked  bedizened  befrilled  bejeweled  beribboned  bespangled  decked out  decorated  embellished  feathered  festooned  figured  flowered  garnished  jeweled  ornamented  plumed  spangled  spangly  studded  tricked out  trimmed  wreathed  
beading  binding  bordering  bordure  edging  fimbria  fimbriation  flounce  frill  frilling  fringe  furbelow  galloon  hem  list  motif  ruffle  selvage  skirting  trimming  valance  welt  
beadle  Bible clerk  Bible reader  G-man  MP  acolyte  almoner  anagnost  bailiff  beagle  bedral  bound bailiff  capitular  capitulary  captain  catchpole  chief of police  choir chaplain  churchwarden  clerk  commissioner  constable  deacon  deaconess  deputy  deputy sheriff  detective  elder  elderman  fed  federal  flic  gendarme  government man  inspector  lay elder  lay reader  lector  lecturer  lictor  lieutenant  mace-bearer  marshal  mounted policeman  narc  officer  parish clerk  patrolman  peace officer  police captain  police commissioner  police constable  police inspector  police matron  police officer  police sergeant  policeman  policewoman  portreeve  precentor  reader  reeve  roundsman  ruling elder  sacrist  sacristan  sergeant  sergeant at arms  sexton  shames  sheriff  sidesman  succentor  suisse  superintendent  teaching elder  thurifer  tipstaff  tipstaves  trooper  verger  vergeress  
beads  Agnus Dei  Angelus  Ave  Ave Maria  Hail Mary  Holy Grail  Host  Kyrie Eleison  Paternoster  Pieta  Sanctus bell  Sangraal  aid prayer  appeal  ark  asperger  asperges  aspergillum  bambino  beadroll  beseechment  bidding prayer  breviary  candle  censer  chaplet  ciborium  collect  communion  contemplation  cross  crucifix  cruet  devotions  entreaty  eucharistial  grace  holy cross  holy water  holy-water sprinkler  icon  impetration  imploration  incensory  intercession  invocation  litany  matzo  meditation  menorah  mezuzah  mikvah  monstrance  obsecration  obtestation  orison  osculatory  ostensorium  paschal candle  pax  petition  phylacteries  prayer  prayer shawl  prayer wheel  pyx  relics  rogation  rood  rosary  sacramental  sacred relics  sacring bell  shofar  silent prayer  suit  sukkah  supplication  tabernacle  tallith  thanks  thanksgiving  thurible  urceole  veronica  vigil light  votive candle  
beagle  G-man  MP  bailiff  beadle  bound bailiff  captain  catchpole  chief of police  commissioner  constable  deputy  deputy sheriff  detective  dick  eye  fed  federal  flatfoot  flic  gendarme  government man  gumshoe  gumshoe man  hawkshaw  inspector  lictor  lieutenant  mace-bearer  marshal  mounted policeman  narc  officer  patrolman  peace officer  police captain  police commissioner  police constable  police inspector  police matron  police officer  police sergeant  policeman  policewoman  portreeve  private eye  reeve  roundsman  sergeant  sergeant at arms  sheriff  skip tracer  sleuthhound  spotter  superintendent  tec  tipstaff  tipstaves  trooper  
beak  JP  Justice  antlia  arbiter  arbitrator  beezer  bencher  bill  bow  bowsprit  bugle  cape  conk  court  critic  downspout  figurehead  forecastle  foredeck  foreland  forepeak  gargoyle  head  headland  his honor  his lordship  his worship  indicator  jib boom  judge  justice  magistrate  moderator  muffle  muzzle  nares  naze  neb  nib  nose  nostrils  nozzle  olfactory organ  pecker  pick  point  proboscis  prore  prow  referee  rhinarium  rostrum  schnozzle  smeller  snoot  snout  spout  stem  trunk  umpire  waterspout  
beaked  Roman-nosed  aquiline  aquiline-nosed  beak-nosed  beak-shaped  bill-like  bill-shaped  billed  clawlike  crookbilled  crooked  crooknosed  down-curving  hamate  hamiform  hamulate  hooked  hooklike  parrot-nosed  rhamphoid  rostrate  rostriform  unciform  uncinate  unguiform  

Lexikoneinträge für be on your guard

Avant-guard (n.) The van or advanced body of an army. See Vanguard.
Axle guard () The part of the framing of a railway car or truck, by which an axle box is held laterally, and in which it may move vertically
Castle-guard (n.) The guard or defense of a castle.
Castle-guard (n.) A tax or imposition an a dwelling within a certain distance of a castle, for the purpose of maintaining watch and ward in it
Castle-guard (n.) A feudal tenure, obliging the tenant to perform service within the realm, without limitation of time.
Guard (n.) To protect from danger
Guard (n.) To keep watch over, in order to prevent escape or restrain from acts of violence, or the like.
Guard (n.) To protect the edge of, esp. with an ornamental border
Guard (n.) To fasten by binding
Guard (v. i.) To watch by way of caution or defense
Guard (v. t.) One who, or that which, guards from injury, danger, exposure, or attack
Guard (v. t.) A man, or body of men, stationed to protect or control a person or position
Guard (v. t.) One who has charge of a mail coach or a railway train
Guard (v. t.) Any fixture or attachment designed to protect or secure against injury, soiling, or defacement, theft or loss
Guard (v. t.) That part of a sword hilt which protects the hand.
Guard (v. t.) Ornamental lace or hem protecting the edge of a garment.
Guard (v. t.) A chain or cord for fastening a watch to one's person or dress.
Guard (v. t.) A fence or rail to prevent falling from the deck of a vessel.
Guard (v. t.) An extension of the deck of a vessel beyond the hull
Guard (v. t.) A plate of metal, beneath the stock, or the lock frame, of a gun or pistol, having a loop, called a bow, to protect the trigger.
Guard (v. t.) An interleaved strip at the back, as in a scrap book, to guard against its breaking when filled.
Guard (v. t.) A posture of defense in fencing, and in bayonet and saber exercise.
Guard (v. t.) An expression or admission intended to secure against objections or censure.
Guard (v. t.) Watch
Guard (v. t.) The fibrous sheath which covers the phragmacone of the Belemnites.
Stack-guard (n.) A covering or protection, as a canvas, for a stack.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

guard a position on a basketball team
guard (American football) a position on the line of scrimmage, guards must be good blockers
guard duty
guard sentry duty
sentry go
the duty of serving as a sentry, he was on guard that night
a precautionary measure warding off impending danger or damage or injury etc., he put an ice pack on the injury as a precaution, an insurance policy is a good safeguard, we let our guard down
guard hair coarse hairs that form the outer fur and protect the underfur of certain mammals
guard dog
a dog trained to guard property
arm guard
arm pad
a pad worn by football players and hockey goalkeepers
bumper guard vertical bars attached to a bumper to prevent locking bumpers with another vehicle
cattle guard
cattle grid
a bridge over a ditch consisting of parallel metal bars that allow pedestrians and vehicles to pass, but not cattle
face guard face mask consisting of a strong wire mesh on the front of football helmets
watch chain
watch guard
short chain or ribbon attaching a pocket watch to a man's vest
safety device
a device designed to prevent injury or accidents
guard boat a boat that is on guard duty (as in a harbor) around a fleet of warships
guard ship a warship (at anchor or under way) required to maintain a higher degree of readiness than others in its squadron
guard's van the car on a train that is occupied by the guard
splash guard
a curved piece above the wheel of a bicycle or motorcycle to protect the rider from water or mud thrown up by the wheels
shin guard
a stiff protective garment worn by hockey players or a catcher in baseball to protect the shins
guard a posture of defence in boxing or fencing, keep your guard up
United States Coast Guard
U. S. Coast Guard
US Coast Guard
an agency of the Department of Transportation responsible for patrolling shores and facilitating nautical commerce
Air National Guard
a civilian reserve component of the United States Air Force that provides prompt mobilization during war and assistance during national emergencies
guard a military unit serving to protect some place or person
provost guard a detachment under the command of a provost marshall
Red Guard a radical political movement by Chinese youths who espoused Maoist principles
Republican Guard formerly Iraq's elite military unit whose primary role was to protect the government in Baghdad
home guard a volunteer unit formed to defend the homeland while the regular army is fighting elsewhere
National Guard
home reserve
United States military reserves recruited by the states and equipped by the federal government, subject to call by either
National Guard Bureau
the agency that administers the Army National Guard and the Air National Guard, provides liaison between the Army and the Air Force and various National Guard units
Army National Guard
a civilian reserve component of the United States Army comprised of guardsmen who serve during overseas peacekeeping missions and during local emergencies
old guard a faction that is unwilling to accept new ideas
Praetorian Guard the elite bodyguard of a Roman Emperor in ancient Rome
bank guard a security guard at a bank
color guard a ceremonial escort for the (regimental) colors
crossing guard someone who helps people (especially children) at a traffic crossing
door guard
hall porter
porter gatekeeper
someone who guards an entrance
guard the person who plays that position on a football team, the left guard was injured on the play
prison guard
someone who guards prisoners
guard a person who keeps watch over something or someone
guard the person who plays the position of guard on a basketball team
honor guard
guard of honor
an escort for a distinguished guest or for the casket at a military funeral
Praetorian Guard
a member of the Praetorian Guard
watcher security guard
a guard who keeps watch
yeoman yeoman of the guard
officer in the (ceremonial) bodyguard of the British monarch
watch over or shield from danger or harm, protect, guard my possessions while I'm away
defend guard hold protect against a challenge or attack, Hold that position behind the trees!, Hold the bridge against the enemy's attacks
body guard accompany and protect from physical harm
stand guard
stand watch
keep guard
stand sentinel
watch over so as to protect, We must stand sentinel to protect ourselves, The jewels over which they kept guard were stolen
guard to keep watch over, there would be men guarding the horses
guard take precautions in order to avoid some unwanted consequence, guard against becoming too friendly with the staff, guard against infection
on guard
on one's guard(p)
upon one's guard(p)
on your guard
vigilant, on guard against con artists, must remain on your guard in such a situation
off guard(p)
off one's guard(p)
off his guard
off her guard
off your guard
not prepared or vigilant, the blow caught him napping, caught in an off-guard moment, found him off his guard


Einfach einen Begriff in der Tabelle rechts anklicken um weitere Übersetzungen in dieser Sidebar zu erhalten.
(Just click on one word in the table on the right and get further results in this sidebar)

  1. De:

  2. Eng:

Täglich 6 Vokabeln per Mail:

be Seien - 4 Punkte für Seien