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Student {m} stud. ; Studentin {f}; Studierende {m f}; Studierender; Hörer {m}; Hörerin {f} [stud.]
Studenten {pl}; Studentinnen {pl}; Studierenden {pl}; Hörer {pl}; Hörerinnen {pl}
Student im ersten Studienabschnitt
Werkstudent {m}; Werksstudent {m}
university student
university students
undergraduate
working student
Student
collegian
Student(in)
student
Student
student
Student
undergraduate
Student {m}
collegian
Student im Aufbaustudium
postgraduate student
ehemaliger Student
alumnus
Student im Aufbaustudium (US)
graduate student
Er ist, vielmehr war, Student.
He is, or rather was, a student.
Student {m}
Stipendiat {m}
servitor
servitor
Student {m}
Studenten {pl}
undergraduate
undergraduates
Schüler
in, Student
in
student
Student im ersten Jahr
freshman
Student im ersten Studienjahr
freshman
stud. : studiosus, Student
student
Student im ersten Jahr
freshner
Student an einer graduate school [Am.]
graduate
Spätstudierende {m f}; Spätstudierender; älterer Student
mature student
Spätstudierende {m f} , Spätstudierender, älterer Student
mature student
Student vor erstem akademischem Grad
undergraduate
Student, Schüler, Kursteilnehmer, Hörer
student
Student {m}, Studentin {f}
Studenten {pl}, Studentinnen {pl}
student
students
Erstsemester {n}, Studienanfänger {m}, Schüler
Student im ersten Jahr
fresher [Br.], freshman [Am.]
Schüler Student {m} im letzten bzw. vorletzten Jahr an einem College einer Highschool Uni
upperclassman [Am.]
ausgelassen; stürmisch; wild {adj}
Geschichten von seinen wilden Jahren als Student in Paris
wild
stories of his wild times in Paris as a student
Hochleister {m}; Überleister {m} (Schüler Student der mehr leistet als sein Potenzial vermuten lässt)
overachiever
Einwohner {m} von Oxford, Einwohnerin {f} von Oxford
Student(in) oder Absolvent(in) der Oxford Universität
Oxonian
Oxonian
Einwohner {m} von Oxford; Einwohnerin {f} von Oxford
Student(in) oder Absolvent(in) der Oxford Universität
Oxonian
Oxonian
Charlie war durch und durch Student
charly was an out and out student
Charly war durch und durch Student.
charly was an out and out student.
College-Student {m}, College-Studentin {f}, Collegestudent {m}
College-Studenten {pl}, College-Studentinnen {pl}, Collegestudenten {pl}
college student
college students
College-Student {m}; College-Studentin {f}; Collegestudent {m}
College-Studenten {pl}; College-Studentinnen {pl}; Collegestudenten {pl}
college student
college students
Er war durch und durch Student.
He was an out and out student.
Absolvent {m}; Absolventin {f}; ehemaliger Schüler; ehemalige Schülerin; ehemaliger Student; ehemalige Studentin
Absolventen {pl}; Absolventinnen {pl}; ehemalige Schüler; ehemalige Schülerinnen; ehemalige Studenten; ehemalige Studentinnen; Alumni {pl}
alumnus; alumna; alum [coll.]
alumni
ehemaliger Schüler {m}; ehemaliger Student {m}
ehemalige Schüler; ehemalige Studenten
alumnus
alumni
ehemaliger Schüler, ehemaliger Student
ehemalige Schüler, ehemalige Studenten
alumnus
alumni
beziehungsweise; respektive; genauer gesagt; besser gesagt
... besser gesagt ...
Er ist respektive war Student.
or rather; that's to say i.e.
... or to be more precise ...
He is or rather was a student.
durch und durch {adv}
Er war durch und durch Student.
thoroughly
He was an out and out student.
statistischer Test {m} [statist.]
Ad hoc-Test
bedingter Test
bestmöglicher optimaler Test
einseitiger asymmetrischer Test
zweiseitiger Test
kombinatorischer Test
konsistenter Test
strengster Test; Test mit minimalem Schärfeverlust
symmetrischer Test
randomisierter Test
trennschärfster Test bester Test
unverzerrter unverfälschterTest
verzerrter verfälschter Test
zerstörende Prüfung
zulässiger Test
Eckentest
Extremrangsummentest
Differenzen-Vorzeichentest
Dreieckstest
Duo-Trio-Test
eingeschränkter Chiquadrat-Test
Faktorenumkehrtest
Folgetest; sequentieller Test
G-Test
generalisierter Sequentialtest
gleicher Abstandtest
gleichmäßig bester Abstandstest
gleichmäßig trennschärfster Test
Grenzdifferenztest
K-test
Likelihood-Verhältnistest
Log-Rangtest; Mantel-Haenzel-Test
lokal asymptotisch strengster Test
lokal asymptotisch trennschärfster mächtigster Test; optimaler asymptotischer Test
lokal trennschärfster mächtigster Rangordnungstest
Medialtest
Mediantest
Monte-Carlo-Test
Multibinomialtest
multipler Spannweitentest
Normalitätstest; Test auf Normalverteilung
inverse Normalscores-Test
zufälliger Normalscores-Test
Omega-Quadrat-Test; omega²-Test; Wn²-Test; Cramér-von-Mises-Test
orthogonaler Test; Test auf Orthogonalität
Permutationstest; Randomisationstest
Rang-randomisierter Test
randomisierter Signifikanztest
sequentieller Chi-Quadrat-Test
sequentieller T²-Test
simultaner Varianzverhältnistest
Sphärizitätstest; Mauchly-Test
Stabilitätsprüfung
T-Test; Student-Test
T-Quadrat-Test
Tandemtest
Test auf gleiche Tails
Test auf leere Zellen
Test mit einheitlichen Scores
Test mit erwarteten Normalscores
Tests von Aufzeichnungen
trennschärfster Rangtest
UN²-Test
Varianzverhältnistest; F-Test
Vereinigung-Schnitt-Test
Verschiebungstest
Vorzeichentest
Vorzeichenrangtest; Wilcoxon-Test für gepaarte Stichproben
Vo
statistical hypothesis test
ad hoc test
conditional test
optimum test
one-sided test; one-tailed test; single tail test; asymmetrical test
two-sided test; two-tailed test; double-tailed test
combinatorial test
consistent test
most stringent test
symmetrical test
randomized test
most powerful test
unbiased test
biased test
destructive test
admissible test
corner test
extreme rank sum test
difference sign test
triangle test
duo-trio test
restricted chi-squared test
factor reversal test
sequential test
g-test
generalized sequential probability ratio test
equal spacings test
uniformly best distance power test; UBDP test
uniformly most powerful test; UMP test
least significant difference test; LSD test
k-test
likelihood ratio test
log-rank test; Mantel-Haenszel test
locally asymptotically most stringent test
locally assymptotically most powerful test; optimal asymptotic test
locally most powerfull rank order test
medial test
median test
Monte Carlo test
multi-binomial test
multiple range test
test of normality
inverse normal scores test
random normal scores test
omega square test; Wn² test; Cramér-von Mises test
orthogonal test; independent test
permutation test; randomization test
rank-randomization test
randomized significance test
sequential chi-squared test
sequential t² test
simultaneous variance ratio test
test for sphericity; Mauchly test
stability test
t-test; Student's test
t-square test
tandem tests
equal-tails test
empty cell test
uniform scores test
expected normal scores test
records tests
most powerful rank test
UN² test
variance ratio test; F-test
union-intersection test
slippage test
sign test
signed rank test; Wilcoxon's matched pairs rank test
reversal test
W test for normality
probability ratio test
base reversal test; time reversal test
bivariate sign test
z-test
Abelson-Tukey score test
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Lexikoneinträge für university student / university students / undergraduate / working student

Student (n.) A person engaged in study
Student (n.) One who studies or examines in any manner
Undergraduate (n.) A member of a university or a college who has not taken his first degree
Undergraduate (a.) Of or pertaining to an undergraduate, or the body of undergraduates.
University (n.) The universe
University (n.) An association, society, guild, or corporation, esp. one capable of having and acquiring property.
University (n.) An institution organized and incorporated for the purpose of imparting instruction, examining students, and otherwise promoting education in the higher branches of literature, science, art, etc., empowered to confer degrees in the several arts and faculties, as in theology, law, medicine, music, etc. A university may exist without having any college connected with it, or it may consist of but one college, or it may comprise an assemblage of colleges established in any place, with professors for instructing students in the sciences and other branches of learning.
Wonder-working (a.) Doing wonders or surprising things.
Working (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Work
Working () a & n. from Work.
Working-day (a.) Pertaining to, or characteristic of, working days, or workdays

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elaboration
working out
developing in intricate and painstaking detail
extension
extension service
university extension
an educational opportunity provided by colleges and universities to people who are not enrolled as regular students
working dog any of several breeds of usually large powerful dogs bred to work as draft animals and guard and guide dogs
Brown University
Brown
a university in Rhode Island
Cambridge University
Cambridge
a university in England
Carnegie Mellon University an engineering university in Pittsburgh
city university an urban university in a large city
Columbia University
Columbia
a university in New York City
Cornell University a university in Ithaca, New York
dormitory
dorm
residence hall
hall student residence
a college or university building containing living quarters for students
Duke University a university in Durham, North Carolina
Harvard University
Harvard
a university in Massachusetts
hostel
youth hostel
student lodging
inexpensive supervised lodging (especially for youths on bicycling trips)
Ohio State University a university in Columbus, Ohio
Oxford University
Oxford
a university in England
Paris University
University of Paris
Sorbonne
a university in Paris, intellectual center of France
Princeton University
Princeton
a university in New Jersey
redbrick university (British informal) a provincial British university of relatively recent founding, distinguished from Oxford University and Cambridge University
Stanford University
Stanford
a university in California
student center a center for student activities at a college or university
student lamp a reading lamp with a flexible neck, used on a desk
student union a building on a college campus dedicated to social and organizational activities of the student body
university establishment where a seat of higher learning is housed, including administrative and living quarters as well as facilities for research and teaching
University of California at Berkeley a university in Berkeley, California
University of Chicago a university in Chicago, Illinois
University of Michigan a university in Ann Arbor, Michigan
University of Nebraska a university in Lincoln, Nebraska
University of North Carolina a university in Chapel Hill, North Carolina
University of Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
Penn
a university in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
University of Pittsburgh a university in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
University of Sussex
Sussex University
a red-brick university in Brighton, England
University of Texas a university in Austin, Texas
University of Vermont a university in Burlington, Vermont
University of Washington a university in Seattle, Washington
University of West Virginia a university in Morgantown, West Virginia
University of Wisconsin a university in Madison, Wisconsin
working
workings
a mine or quarry that is being or has been worked
Yale University
Yale
a university in Connecticut
working memory memory for intermediate results that must be held during thinking
working principle
working rule
a rule that is adequate to permit work to be done
working papers
work papers
work permit
a legal document giving information required for employment of certain people in certain countries
working papers records kept of activities involved in carrying out a project, the auditor was required to produce his working papers
working agreement an informal agreement to work together
labor
labour
working class
proletariat
a social class comprising those who do manual labor or work for wages, there is a shortage of skilled labor in this field
university the body of faculty and students at a university
university a large and diverse institution of higher learning created to educate for life and for a profession and to grant degrees
Open University a British university that is open to people without formal academic qualifications and where teaching is by correspondence or broadcasting or summer school
working group
working party
a group of people working together temporarily until some goal is achieved, the working group was supposed to report back in two weeks
art student someone studying to be an artist
college student
university student
a student enrolled in a college or university
graduate student
grad student
postgraduate
a student who continues studies after graduation
law student a student in law school
medical student
medico
a student in medical school
probationer student nurse a nurse in training who is undergoing a trial period
c prostitute
cocotte
whore
harlot
bawd
tart
cyprian fancy woman working girl sporting lady
lady of pleasure
woman of the street
a woman who engages in sexual intercourse for money
scholar
scholarly person
bookman
student
a learned person (especially in the humanities), someone who by long study has gained mastery in one or more disciplines
student
pupil
educatee
a learner who is enrolled in an educational institution
student teacher
practice teacher
a college student who is teaching under the supervision of a certified teacher in order to qualify for a degree in education
undergraduate
undergrad
a university student who has not yet received a first degree
working girl a young woman who is employed
workman
workingman
working man
working person
an employee who performs manual or industrial labor
capital working capital assets available for use in the production of further assets
teacher-student relation the academic relation between teachers and their students
workday
working day
the amount of time that a worker must work for an agreed daily wage, they work an -hour day
workday working day work day a day on which work is done
propertyless
wage-earning
working-class
blue-collar
of those who work for wages especially manual or industrial laborers, party of the propertyless proletariat- G.B.Shaw
working serving to permit or facilitate further work or activity, discussed the working draft of a peace treaty, they need working agreements with their neighbor states on interstate projects
working(a)
on the job(p)
actively engaged in paid work, the working population, the ratio of working men to unemployed, a working mother, robots can be on the job day and night
running(a)
operative
functional
working(a)
(of e.g. a machine) performing or capable of performing, in running (or working) order, a functional set of brakes
working(a) adopted as a temporary basis for further work, a working draft, a working hypothesis
working adequate for practical use, especially sufficient in strength or numbers to accomplish something, the party has a working majority in the House, a working knowledge of Spanish
wage-earning
working-clas
working for hourly wages rather than fixed (e.g. annual) salaries, working-class occupations include manual as well as industrial labor

 

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