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Systemlebenszyklus Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Systemlebenszyklus {m}
system life cycle
Systemlebenszyklus {m}
system life cycle
duales System
dual system
hierarchisches System
chain of authority
offenes System
open system
Programm, Maßnahme, System
scheme
Rahmen, System
framework
Schema, Plan, System
scheme
System
system
System der Ausbeutung der Mieter (Br.)
Rachmanism
Abmeldung {f} (vom System) [comp.]
logging off, logoff
Altsystem {n}, vorhandenes System
Altsysteme {pl}, vorhandene Systeme
legacy system
legacy systems
Fuzzy-System {n}
fuzzy system
Herz-Kreislauf-System {n} [med.]
heart circulation system, cardiovascular system
Inhaltsverwaltungssystem {n}, Content Management System {n} [comp.]
content management system (CMS)
K.-o.-System {n}
knockout system
K.o.-System {n}
sudden death
System zur Leistungsmessung eines Unternehmens [econ.]
performance measurement system (PMS)
Mehrkörper-System {n}
multi-body system
Netzwerk {n}, vernetztes System
interconnected system
Photovoltaik-System {n}
Photovoltaik-Systeme {pl}
photo-voltaic system
photo-voltaic systems
politisches System, politische Ordnung
polity
POS-System {n}, System zum bargeldloses Zahlen
point of sale system
Qualitätsmanagementsystem {n}, QM-System {n}
quality management system
Qualitätssicherungs-System {n}
quality assurance system
System {n}
Systeme {pl}
abgeschlossenes System
modulares System
sich selbst erhaltendes System
störungssicheres System
system
systems
self-contained system, closed system
modular system
self-perpetuating system
fail-safe system
System {n}, Methode {f}
System der Risikoermittlung
herrschendes System, vorherrschendes System
system
analytic schedule
regime
Teilnehmer-System {n}
time-sharing system
Tschebyscheff-System {n} [math.]
Chebyshev system
adaptiv {adj}
adaptives System
adaptive
adaptive system
faseroptisches System
fibre-optic system
kein System
non-system
metrisch {adj}
metrisches System
das metrische Maßsystem
metrisches Gewinde
metric
metric system
the metric system of measurement
metric threads
systemresident {adj}, im System abgespeichert
system-resident
totalitäres System
totalitäre Systeme {pl}
totalitarianism
totalitarianisms
Schwarzes-Brett-System, Mailbox-System {n}
BBS : Bulletin Board System
BIOS {n}, Ein-
Ausgabe-System (Computer)
BIOS : basic input
output system
Domain Name System
DNS : Domain Name System
Europäische System zur Anrechnung von Studienleistungen
ECTS : European Credit Transfer System
ESZB : Europäisches System der Zentralbanken
European System of Central Banks
System der Risikoermittlung
analytic schedule
Lehrlings-(ausbildungs)system
apprentice system
Knacker (in fremdes System)
cracker
stoerungssicheres System
fail safe system
Ablage(system)
filing system
metrisch, metrisches System
metrical
Qualitaetssicherungs-System
quality assurance system
systemresident, im System abgespeichert
system-resident
System
systems
Teilnehmer-System
time-sharing system
totalitaeres System
totalitarianism
Abmeldung {f} (vom System) [comp.]
logging off; logoff
Blanking-System {n} [mach.]
blanking system
Eingabe Ausgabe-Werk {n}; Eingabe Ausgabe-System {n}; Ein- Ausgabe-Werk {n}; Ein- Ausgabe-System {n}; E A-Werk {n}; E A-System {n} [comp.]
input output control system; I O control system
Emulation {f} (Simulation eines Hard- oder Softwareverhaltens auf einem anderen System) [comp.]
emulation
Europäisches System der Zentralbanken ESZB
European System of Central Banks
Fehler {m} (in einem System); technische Störung {f}; Funktionsstörung {f} [comp.] [techn.]
Fehler {pl}; technische Störungen {pl}; Funktionsstörungen {pl}
passiver Fehler [electr.]
ein Fehler im Alarmsystem
Das System ist trotz seiner Fehler das beste das derzeit erhältlich ist.
fault (in a system)
faults
passive fault
a fault in the alarm system
The system for all its faults is the best available at the moment.
Herz-Kreislauf-System {n}; kardiovaskuläres System [med.]
heart circulation system; cardiovascular system
Inhaltsverwaltungssystem {n}; Contentmanagement-System {n} [comp.]
content management system CMS
System der gegenseitigen Kontrolle von Verfassungsorganen zur Herstellung von Gleichgewichten [pol.]
checks and balances
System zur Leistungsmessung eines Unternehmens [econ.]
performance measurement system PMS
Mensch-Technik-Verbundsystem {n}; MTV-System {n} [comp.]
joint man-machine system
Mobilfunkstandard {m}; einheitliches System für Mobilkommunikation [telco.]
Global System for Mobile communications GSM
Muskel-Skelett-System {n} [anat.]
musculoskeletal system
Nachtspeicherheizung {f} (System) [electr.]
night storage heating
Netz {n}; vernetztes System
Netze {pl}; vernetzte Systeme
interconnected system
interconnected systems
Newton {n} N (Einheit der Kraft im SI-System) [phys.]
newton N
Plantermin {m} (PERT-System) [adm.]
project completion time; scheduled time (PERT system)
politisches System; politische Ordnung {f}
polity
Qualitätsmanagementsystem {n}; QM-System {n}
quality management system
Raketenabwehrsystem {n}; Abwehrsystem {n} gegen ballistische Flugkörper; System {n} zur Abwehr ballistischer Flugkörper [mil.]
Raketenabwehrsysteme {pl}; Abwehrsysteme {pl} gegen ballistische Flugkörper; Systeme {pl} zur Abwehr ballistischer Flugkörper
ballistic missile defence [Br.] defense [Am.] system; BMD system
ballistic missile defence defense systems; BMD systems
Rob-Roy-System {n} [print]
Rob-Roy system
Rückmeldung {f} (zu über etw.); Feedback {n} (zu über etw.)
akustische Rückmeldung
annahmeverträgliche Rückmeldungen
Hast du von Kunden Rückmeldungen zum neuen System bekommen?
Wir erhalten von unseren Benutzern äußerst positive Rückmeldungen.
Wie kann ich ein Feedback geben ohne jemanden zu verärgern?
feedback (on about sth.)
audible feedback
feedback with a high acceptance level
Have you had any feedback from customers on about the new system?
We have been receiving extremely positive feedback from our users.
How can I provide feedback without making someone angry?
Schema {n}; Aufbau {m}; System {n}; Gestaltungsmuster {n}; Gestaltung {f}
Schemata {pl}; Schemen {pl}
das große Ganze
nach Schema F
im größeren Ganzen; im größeren Zusammenhang
Heiraten ist bei ihm nicht vorgesehen.
scheme
schemes
the (overall whole) scheme of things
according to the book
in the grand scheme of things
Marriage doesn't figure in his scheme of things.
System der Schiffswegeführung {n} [naut.]
ships' routing system
Studienleistung {f} [stud.]
Studienleistungen {pl}
anrechenbare Studienleistungen
Anerkennung von Studienleistungen
Europäisches System zur Anrechnung von Studienleistungen
Anerkennung Anrechnung von Studien- und Prüfungsleistungen
study achievment; academic achievments
study achievments
transfer credits [Am.]
recognition of study achievements; recognition of courses
European Credit Transfer System ECTS
recognition of studies and qualifications; transfer of credits [Am.]
System {n}
Systeme {pl}
abgeschlossenes System
modulares System
sich selbst erhaltendes System
verteiltes System
am System rütteln [pol.]
system
systems
self-contained system; closed system
modular system
self-perpetuating system
distributes system
to rock the boat on the system
System {n}; Methode {f}
Systeme {pl}; Methoden {pl}
System der Risikoermittlung
herrschendes System; vorherrschendes System
system
systems
analytic schedule
regime
Vorgänger...; Alt...; bisherig {adj} [comp.]
Vorgängerversion {f}; ältere Version
Altdaten {pl}; alter Datenbestand
gewachsenes System das nicht mehr weiterentwickelt werden kann
legacy
legacy version
legacy data; historical data
legacy system
VORTRAC-System {m} [naut.]
VORTRAC system
Wasserhaushalt {m} (die hydrologischen Vorgänge in einem System) [envir.]
Wasserhaushalt des Bodens
water regime; water regimen; hydrologic regime; hydrologic regimen (the hydrologic processes within a system)
soil hydrology
Wasserwert {m}; Wärmeinhalt {m} im metrischen System [phys.]
water equivalent; thermal capacity
Wettbewerb {m}; Konkurrenz {f} (als System)
Wettbewerb der Marken
lauterer Wettbewerb
potenzieller latenter Wettbewerb
unvollkommene Konkurrenz
vollständige Konkurrenz
der Konkurrenz einen Schritt voraus sein
competition (as a system)
brand competition
fair trading
potential competition
imperfect competition
perfect competition
to be ahead of the competition
Zuckerbrot und Peitsche [übtr.]
mit Zuckerbrot oder Peitsche
System von Zuckerbrot und Peitsche
stick and carrot; carrot and stick [fig.]
carrot or stick [fig.]
carrot-and-stick approach [fig.]
etw. abschätzen; einschätzen; taxieren; feststellen; erheben {vt}
abschätzend; einschätzend; taxierend; feststellend; erhebend
abgeschätzt; eingeschätzt; taxiert; festgestellt; erhoben
Ich würde deine Chancen als gering einschätzen.
Mit diesem Fragebogen soll erhoben werden ob es notwendig ist ...
Wir versuchen festzustellen wie gut das System funktioniert.
to assess sth.
assessing
assessed
I'd assess your chances as low.
This questionnaire is designed to assess the possible need for ...
We are trying to assess how well the system works.
angreifbar; anfechtbar {adj}
eine schwache Stelle
ein Schwachpunkt im System
Dieses Argument ist insofern anfechtbar als ....
Dieser Schritt hat die Regierung angreifbar gemacht.
vulnerable
a vulnerable spot
a vulnerable point in the system
This argument is vulnerable on the grounds that ...
This move has put the government in a vulnerable position.
anpassungsfähig; adaptiv {adj} [techn.]
adaptives System
adaptive
adaptive system
ausfaltbares System (Raumfahrt) {n}
fold-out array (astronautics)
etw. (voll) ausreizen {vt}
ausreizend
ausgereizt
Einzelplatzrechner werden selten voll ausgereizt.
Sie sollten die bestehenden Ressourcen ausreizen bevor sie sich um eine Fremdfinanzierung bemühen.
Einige beschränken sich bei der Arbeit auf das absolute Minimum und reizen das System voll aus.
to fully utilise sth.; to make full the fullest use of sth.
fully utilising; making full the fullest use
fully utilised; made full the fullest use
Personal computers are rarely fully utilised.
You should make the fullest use of existing resources before seeking outside finance.
Some do the bare minimum at work and play the system for all its worth.
etw. einleiten {vt} (System Politik Ära)
einleitend
eingeleitet
eine neue Politik einleiten
to inaugurate sth. (system policy period)
inaugurating
inaugurated
to inaugurate a new policy
sich einspielen {vr} (Dinge)
Das System muss sich erst einspielen.
Das wird sich in den nächsten Monaten (schon) einspielen.
to settle down (things)
The system has yet to settle down.
Things will settle down over the next few months.
etw. emulieren {vt} (ein Hard- oder Softwareverhalten auf einem anderen System simulieren) [comp.]
emulierend
emuliert
to emulate sth.
emulating
emulated
endokrin; nach innen absondernd {adj} [med.]
endokrines System
endocrine; endocrinal
endocrine system
sich dafür entscheiden; einsteigen (in etw.) {vi}
sich dafür entscheidend; einsteigend
sich dafür entschieden; eingestiegen
Allen Mitarbeitern steht es frei auf das neue System umzusteigen.
Wenn Sie Ihre Zustimmung erklärt haben von uns Marketingmaterial zu erhalten dürfen wir Ihre Angaben an unsere Tochterfirmen weitergeben.
to opt in (to sth.)
opting in
opted in
All employees have the choice to opt in to the new scheme.
If you have opted-in to receive marketing information from us we may share your details with our affiliated companies.
klappen [ugs.]; funktionieren; gelingen; glücken {vi}
klappend; funktionierend; gelingens; klappend
geklappt; funktioniert; gelingt; klappt
es klappt
es klappte
wenn es gelingt; wenn es klappt
Das hat geklappt.
Jetzt endlich klappte es.
Wenn das mal klappt.
Hat mit dem Flug alles geklappt?
Das funktioniert besonders gut.
Die Rechnung geht nicht auf. [übtr.]
Das System hat sich gut eingespielt bewährt.
Es hat dann doch noch geklappt.
to work; to work out; to go smoothly; to go right
working; working out; going smoothly; going right
worked; worked out; gone smoothly; gone right
it works; it works out; it goes smoothly
it worked; it worked out; it went smoothly
if it works
That works.; OK that's fine.
Finally it works.
If that works out.
Did you get the flight all right?
This works especially well.
It won't work out.
The system is working out well.
It was all right in the end.
etw. lancieren {vt} (Idee Plan)
lancierend
lanciert
die Möglichkeit in den Raum stellen dass die Firma ihr eigenes System herausbringt
to float sth. (idea plan)
floating
floated
to float the possibility of the company launching its own system
mitdenken {vi} (etw. gedanklich mitverfolgen)
mitdenkend
mitgedacht
ein mitdenkendes System [techn.]
mit jdm. mitdenken
für jdn. mitdenken
(bei etw.) didaktisch mitdenken
Da hat jemand mitgedacht!; Da hat sich jemand etwas überlegt!
Ich muss immer für dich ihn andere mitdenken.
Sie denkt nie mit.
to follow the issue problem argument
following the issue problem argument
followed the issue problem argument
an intelligent system
to follow sb.'s thinking
to do all the thinking for sb.
to take didactical considerations into account (when)
Good thinking!
I have to do all the thinking.
She lets others do all the thinking.; She leaves the thinking to others.
parlamentarisch {adj} [pol.]
parlamentarische Demokratie {f}
parlamentarisches System
parlamentarische Begleitung {f} (politischer Vorhaben)
parlamentarische Kontrolle
parliamentary
parliamentary democracy
parliamentary system
parliamentary monitoring (of political projects)
parliamentary scrutiny oversight
radioisotopes Brayton-System {n} [phys.]
isotope Brayton system
systemresident {adj}; im System gespeichert [comp.]
system-resident
totalitär {adj}
totalitäres System
totalitarian
totalitarian system
überlegen; folgern {vi}
überlegend; folgernd
überlegt; gefolgert
überlegt; folgert
überlegte; folgerte
sich klarmachen warum
gut überlegt; gut durchdacht
unüberlegt; nicht durchdacht
Entlassen konnten sie ihn nicht überlegte er. Er war der einzige der wusste wie das System funktioniert.
Newton folgerte dass es eine Kraft geben müsse die das Herunterfallen eines Apfels bewirkt.
to reason
reasoning
reasoned
reasons
reasoned
to reason why
well reasoned
poorly reasoned
They couldn't fire him he reasoned. He was the only one who knew how the system worked.
Newton reasoned (that) there must be a force making an apple fall down.
etw. verlegen; überführen; migrieren {vt} (auf in etw.) [comp.]
verlegend; überführend; migrierend
verlegt; überführt; migriert
ein Programm in ein neues System überführen
Daten vom alten PC auf den neuen überführen migrieren
to migrate sth. (to sth.)
migrating
migrated
to migrate a program to a new system
to migrate data from the old PC to the new one
auf jdn. etw. verzichten; ohne jdn. etw. auskommen {vi}
auf jds. Dienste verzichten
Das ist entbehrlich.
Die Braut hat vorgeschlagen dass wir bei der Hochzeit ganz auf Ansprachen verzichten.
Ich komme jetzt ohne meine Krücken aus.
Dieses biometrische System macht Zahlkarten überflüssig.
Die Formalitäten können wir uns glaube ich schenken.
Eine schriftliche Bestätigung kann entfallen wenn ...
to dispense with sb. sth. (formal)
to dispense with sb.'s services; to dispense with sb.
This may be dispensed with.
The bride suggested that we dispense with speeches altogether at the wedding.
Now I can dispense with my crutches.
This biometric system will dispense with the need for payment cards.
I think we can dispense with the formalities.
Written confirmation can be dispensed with in cases where ...
wissensbasiert {adj}
wissensbasierte Methoden
wissensbasiertes System
knowledge-based
knowledge-based methods
knowledge-based system
Bagger-Anbau-System {n} [constr.]
Bagger-Anbau-Systeme {pl}
excavator mounting system
excavator mounting systems
CAD-System {n} [comp.]
CAD-Systeme {pl}
CAD system
CAD systems
Elabo-Arbeitsplatz-System {n}
elabo workstation system
Usenet {n} (User + Network System aus Onlinediskussionsforen)
Usenet (user + network Internet discussion system)
Schwarzes-Brett-System; Mailbox-System {n}
Bulletin Board System BBS
BIOS {n} Ein- Ausgabe-System (Computer)
basic input output system BIOS
Domain Name System
Domain Name System DNS
Anlagenabschaltung {f}, Systemabschaltung {f}
system shut-down
Anlagenabschaltung {f}; Systemabschaltung {f}
system shut-down
Systemabsturz {m}, Systemzusammenbruch {m}
Systemabstürze {pl}, Systemzusammenbrüche {pl}
abnormal system end, system crash
abnormal system ends, system crashes
Systemabsturz {m}; Systemzusammenbruch {m}
Systemabstürze {pl}; Systemzusammenbrüche {pl}
abnormal system end; system crash
abnormal system ends; system crashes
Systemabsturz, Systemzusammenbruch
abnormal system end
Systembetreuer {m}, Systemadministrator {m}
system administrator, sysadmin
Systemadministrator {m}; Systemadministratorin {f} [comp.]
Systemadministratoren {pl}; Systemadministratorinnen {pl}
system administrator; sysadmin
system administrators; sysadmins
Systembetreuer {m}; Systemadministrator {m}
system administrator; sysadmin
Systemanalyse
systems analysis
Projektplanung {f}, Systemanalyse {f}
system engineering
Systemanalyse {f}
Systemanalysen {pl}
system analysis
system analyses
Systemanalyse
system analysis
Projektplanung, Systemanalyse
system engineering
Projektplanung {f}; Systemanalyse {f}
system engineering
Systemanalytiker {m}, Systemanalytikerin {f}, Systemberater {m}, Systemberaterin {f}
Systemanalytiker {pl}, Systemanalytikerinnen {pl}, Systemberater {pl}, Systemberaterinnen {pl}
system analyst
system analysts
Systemanalytiker, Systemberater
system analyst
Systemanalytiker {m}; Systemanalytikerin {f}; Systemberater {m}; Systemberaterin {f}
Systemanalytiker {pl}; Systemanalytikerinnen {pl}; Systemberater {pl}; Systemberaterinnen {pl}
system analyst; systems consultant
system analysts; systems consultants
Systemanforderungen {pl}, Systemvoraussetzungen {pl}
minimale Systemanforderungen
system requirements
minimum system requirements
Systemanforderungen {pl}; Systemvoraussetzungen {pl} [comp.]
minimale Systemanforderungen
system requirements
minimum system requirements
Systemarchitektur {f}
Systemarchitekturen {pl}
system architecture
system architectures
Systemarchitektur
system architecture
Kladistik {f}, phylogenetische Systematik {f} [biol.]
cladistics, phylogenetic systematics
Systematik {f}
classification
Systematik {f}
systematics
Systematik
systematics
Kladistik {f}; phylogenetische Systematik {f} [biol.]
cladistics; phylogenetic systematics
systematisch, planmäßig, geplant
systematic
geordnet, ordentlich, systematisch {adj}
orderly
planmäßig, systematisch {adj}
methodic, methodical
planmäßig, systematisch {adj}
planmäßiger, systematischer
am planmäßigsten, am systematischsten
systematic, systematical
more systematic
most systematic
systematisch geordnet
in classified order
systematisch, wissenschaftlich {adj}
scientifical
systematisch {adv}
systematically
planmaessig, systematisch
methodic
systematisch
methodic
planmaessig, systematisch
methodical
geordnet, ordentlich, systematisch
orderly
systematisch, wissenschaftlich
scientifical
planmaessig, systematisch
systematic
systematisch
systematic
planmaessig, systematisch
systematical
systematisch
systematical
systematisch
systematically
Fußballanhänger {m}; Fußballanhängerin {f} [sport] [soc.]
Fußballanhänger {pl}; Fußballanhängerinnen {pl}
Fußballanhänger der systematisch alle Auswärtsspiele seiner Mannschaft besucht
systematisches Besuchen aller Auswärtsspiele der Mannschaft deren Anhänger man ist
football supporter; football fan
football supporters; football fans
groundhopper [Br.]
groundhopping [Br.]
etw. systematisch aufkaufen; aufschwänzen {vt} (Börse) [fin.]
die Kreditausfall-Swap-Bestände aufkaufen
to corner sth. (stock exchange)
to corner the market in credit default swaps
geordnet; ordentlich; systematisch {adj}
orderly
planvoll; plangemäß; planmäßig; nach Plan; systematisch {adj}
methodical; methodic (rare); systematic
systematisch; wissenschaftlich {adj}
scientifical
jdn. etw. (öffentlich oder formell) vorschlagen; (jdm.) etw. vorschlagen {vt}
vorschlagend
vorgeschlagen
schlägt vor
schlug vor
die Änderungen die die Planungsbehörden vorschlagen
In dem Bericht wird auch die Verlängerung der U-Bahn-Linie vorgeschlagen.
Um als Präsident nominiert werden zu können braucht man jemanden der einen vorschlägt und jemand anderen der einen unterstützt.
Bei der letzten Sitzung wurde der Vorschlag gemacht die Bauten in Grünflächen systematisch zu erfassen.
Der scheidende Parteivorsitzende schlug den jungen Parteisekretär als seinen Nachfolger vor.
Ich schlage Claire Duncan für den Vorsitz vor.
Was wäre Ihr Vorschlag?
to propose sb. sth. (to sb.) (formal)
proposing
proposed
proposes
proposed
the changes currently proposed by the planning authorities
The report also proposes extending the underground line.
To be nominated for president you need one person to propose you and another to second you.
At the last meeting it was proposed that there (should [Br.]) be a survey of structures in green spaces.
The retiring party leader proposed the young party secretary as his successor.
I propose Claire Duncan for (the position of) chairman.
What would you propose?
wenig systematisch; unsystematisch {adv}
piecemeal {adj}
Besiedlung {f}, Ansiedlung {f}
planmäßige, systematische Besiedlung [hist.]
Ansiedlung von Briten in Nordirland [hist.]
settlement
plantation
Plantation of Ulster
Ordnung {f}, Anordnung {f}
alphabetische Ordnung, alphabetische Anordnung
in alphabetischer Ordnung, in alphabetischer Anordnung
numerische Ordnung
systematische Ordnung
order
alphabetical order
in alphabetical order
numerical order
systematic order
planmäßige systematische Besiedlung {f} [hist.]
Ansiedlung von Briten in Nordirland [hist.]
plantation
Plantation of Ulster
Informationsbeschaffung und -auswertung {f}; Ermittlungen {pl}; (Vorgang)
Marktbeobachtung
systematische Unternehmensanalyse
nichttechnische Aufklärung; Informationsbeschaffung aus menschlichen Quellen
Meldestelle für Kinderpornografie Geldwäsche
Diese Auskunft wird nur zu Ermittlungzwecken erteilt und darf vor Gericht nicht verwendet werden.
intelligence
market intelligence
business intelligence
human intelligence humint
child pornography money laundering intelligence unit
This information is provided for intelligence purposes only and must not be used in court.
Mobben {n}; Mobbing {n}; systematische Anfeindungen Schikanen {pl} [soc.]
Mobbing am Arbeitsplatz
Internet-Mobbing {n}
bullying; harassment
workplace bullying; harassment in the workplace
cyberbullying
Nahrungsaufnahme {f}; Nahrungszufuhr {f} [med.]
systematische Nahrungszufuhr
nach Nahrungsaufnahme
ingestion of food; food intake
alimentotherapy
postprandial
Ordnung {f}; Anordnung {f}
alphabetische Ordnung; alphabetische Anordnung
in alphabetischer Ordnung; in alphabetischer Anordnung
numerische Ordnung
systematische Ordnung
order
alphabetical order
in alphabetical order
numerical order
systematic order
Sammlung {f}
Sammlungen {pl}
geowissenschaftliche Sammlung
systematische geordnete Sammlung
collection
collections
geoscientific collection
systematically arranged collection
Vergewaltigung {f}; Schändung {f} [ugs.]; Notzucht {f} (veraltet) (von jdm.)
Vergewaltigungen {pl}
(systematische) Massenvergewaltigung {f}
korrigierende Vergewaltigung (euphemistisch)
die Vergewaltigung durch ihren Stiefvater
rape (of sb.)
rapes
(systematic) mass rape
corrective rape
her experience of being raped by her step-father
systematischer Arbeitsplatzwechsel
job rotation
Bias {n}, systematischer Fehler
bias
Fehler {m}
Fehler {pl}
einen Fehler machen
Fehler über Fehler machen
auf einen Fehler hinweisen
einen Fehler korrigieren
mit Fehlern gespickt
absoluter Fehler
additiver Fehler
aktiver Fehler
behebbarer Fehler
gefährlicher Fehler
nicht zu behebender Fehler
absoluter Fehler [math.]
passiver Fehler
relativer Fehler [math.]
sprachlicher Fehler
systematischer Fehler
ungefährlicher Fehler
vorübergehender Fehler
zufälliger Fehler
mistake, error, fault
mistakes, errors, faults
to make a mistake
to make mistake after mistake
to point out a mistake
to fix (up) an error
peppered with mistakes
absolute error
accumulated error
active fault
correctable error
dangerous fault
unrecoverable error
absolute error
passive fault
relative error
language mistake
systematic error
harmless fault
transient error
random error
Fehlverhalten {n}, ungünstige Eigenschaft {f}, systematischer Fehler
misfeature
systematischer (innerbetrieblicher) Arbeitsplatzwechsel
job rotation
systematischer Katalog
classified catalogue
Bias {n}; systematischer Fehler
bias
(einmaliger) Fehler {m}; Fehlleistung {f}
Fehler {pl}
Ausdrucksfehler {m} [ling.]
Grammatikfehler {m}; grammatikalischer Fehler [ling.]
Rechtschreibfehler {m}; Schreibfehler {m}; Orthografiefehler {m}; Orthographiefehler {m} [ling.]
Satzzeichenfehler {m} [ling.]
Stilfehler {m}; stilistischer Fehler {m} [ling.]
Fehler den Anfänger machen
Fehler über Fehler
ein Fehler in unseren Berechnungen
einen Fehler begehen machen
Fehler über Fehler machen
aus seinen Fehlern lernen
einen Fehler korrigieren
mit Fehlern gespickt
irrtümlich versehentlich etwas tun
absoluter Fehler
additiver Fehler
behebbarer Fehler
nicht zu behebender Fehler
absoluter Fehler [math.]
mitlaufender Fehler {m} [comp.]
relativer Fehler [math.]
sprachlicher Fehler
systematischer Fehler
vorübergehender Fehler
zufälliger Fehler; unvorhersehbarer Fehler
Es ist deine Entscheidung aber ich sage dir du machst einen schweren Fehler.
Ich habe den Fehler gemacht ihm meine Telefonnummer zu geben.
Der Unfall wurde durch menschliches Versagen verursacht.
mistake; error
mistakes; errors
wording error
grammar error; grammatical error; error mistake in (your) grammar
spelling error; spelling mistake
punctuation error; punctuation mistake
stylistic error; stylistic mistake
beginner's mistake
error again and again
a mistake an error in our calculations
to commit make a mistake; to commit make an error
to make mistake after mistake
to learn from one's mistakes
to fix (up) an error
peppered with mistakes
to do something in error
absolute error
accumulated error
correctable error
unrecoverable error
absolute error
propagated error
relative error
language mistake
systematic error
transient error
random error
It's your decision but I warn you you're making a big mistake.
I made the mistake of giving him my phone number.
The accident was caused by human error.
Fehlverhalten {n}; ungünstige Eigenschaft {f}; systematischer Fehler
misfeature
Katalog {m}
Kataloge {pl}
gedruckter Katalog
systematischer Katalog
der offizielle Katalog des Herstellers
Wir haben eine Katalog von Aktivitäten die wir dem Besucher anbieten können.
catalogue; catalog [Am.]
catalogues; catalogs [Am.]
printed catalogue
classified catalogue
the official catalogue of the manufacturer
We have a catalogue of activities to offer the visitor.
systematischer Mehrfachausfall {m}
common cause failure
mit unklarer systematischer Zuordnung; incertae sedis inc. sed. {adj} [biol.]
incertae sedis inc. sed.
systematisches
systematically
systematisieren
systematize
systematisieren
systemize
systematisieren {vt}
systematisierend
systematisiert
systematisiert
systematisierte
to systematize; to systematise [Br.]; to systemize; to systemise [Br.]
systematizing; systematising; systemizing; systemising
systematized; systematised; systemized; systemised
systematizes; systematises; systemizes; systemises
systematized; systematised; systemized; systemised
systematisierend
systematizing
systematisiert
systematizes
systematisierte
systematized
Paranoia {f}, systematisierter Wahn
paranoia
Paranoia {f}; systematisierter Wahn
paranoia
Systematisierung
systematization
Systematisierung {f}
Systematisierungen {pl}
systematization
systematizations
Systematisierung {f}
Systematisierungen {pl}
systematization [eAm.]; systematisation [Br.]
systematizations; systematisations
Systematisierungen
systematizations
Systemausfall {m}
Systemausfälle {pl}
system failure
system failures
Systemauslastung {f}
full system capacity
Mutterband {n}, Systemband {n}
master tape
Mutterband, Systemband
master tape
Systembank {f}; systemrelevante Bank {f} [fin.]
Systembanken {pl}; systemrelevante Banken {pl}
systemic bank; bank of systemic importance
systemic banks; banks of systemic importance
Fertigteilbauweise {f}; Fertigbauweise {f}; Fertigbau {m} [constr.]
Fertigbauweise in Großelementen; Systembauweise {f}; Systembau {m}
prefabricated construction; prefabrication
system-building; industrialized building
Systembauweise {f}
prefabricated construction
systembedingt {adj}
systembedingt {adj}
systembedingt {adj}
systemic {adj}
inherent in the system
due to the system
Systemberatung {f}
system advice
Systembeschreibung {f}
system description
Systembeschreibung
system description
Systembeschreibung {f}
Systembeschreibungen {pl}
system description
system descriptions
Systembetrachtung {f}
Systembetrachtungen {pl}
system consideration
system considerations
(Daten) beschädigen {vt} [comp.]
beschädigend
beschädigt
Ein Virus hat die Systemdateien auf meiner Festplatte beschädigt.
to corrupt (data)
corrupting
corrupted
A virus has corrupted the system files on my hard-drive.
Systemdenken {n} [econ.] [techn.]
systems thinking
Mutterdiskette {f}, Systemdiskette {f}
master diskette
Systemdiskette {f} [comp.]
Systemdisketten {pl}
system disc [Am.], system disk [Br.]
system discs, system disks
Mutterdiskette, Systemdiskette
master diskette
Mutterdiskette {f}; Systemdiskette {f} [comp.]
Mutterdisketten {pl}; Systemdisketten {pl}
master diskette
master diskettes
Systemdiskette {f} [comp.]
Systemdisketten {pl}
system disc [Br.]; system disk [Am.]
system discs; system disks
Systemdynamik {f}
system dynamics
automatisierte Systeme
automated systems
computerisierte Systeme
computerized systems
Mitteilungen über elektronische Systeme
communication by electronic systems
Dioptrie {f}, Maßeinheit für den Brechwert optischer Systeme (dpt)
diopter, dioptre [Br.] (dpt)
Kommunikation offener Systeme
OSI : open systems interconnection
Absaug-Systeme {pl} [techn.]
suction systems
Systeme
systems
totalitaere Systeme
totalitarianisms
Dioptrie {f}; Maßeinheit für den Brechwert optischer Systeme (dpt)
diopter; dioptre [Br.] (dpt)
Integrierbarkeit {f}; Integrationsfähigkeit {f}
leichte Integrierbarkeit in bestehende Systeme
integration capability; integratability
easy integration into existing systems
Kommunikation offener Systeme
open systems interconnection OSI
Telekommunikationssystem {n} [telco.]
Telekommunikationssysteme {pl}
universelles Telekommunikationssystem für mobile Systeme [telco.]
telecommunications system
telecommunications systems
universal mobile telecommunications system UMTS
fehlertolerant {adj}
fehlertolerante Systeme
fault-tolerant; error-tolerant
fault-tolerant systems; error-tolerant systems
eingebettete Systeme {pl} [comp.]
embedded systems
gemächlich laufen (Geschäfte Systeme...)
to tick over [Br.]
Systemebene {f}
system level
Systemebene
system level
programmeigen; systemeigen; auf die Software Hardware zugeschnitten {adj} [comp.]
native
systemspezifisch; systemeigen; maschinenspezifisch; nativ {adj} [comp.]
systemspezifischer maschinenspezifischer Kompilierer
Maschinenkode {m}
system-specific; native; machine ...
native compiler
native code; machine code
Bewertung {f}, Leistungsvergleich {m} (bei DV-Systemen)
benchmark test
zwischen ...
zwischen Fabrikationsbetrieben
zwischen Städten
zwischen den Zeilen schreibend, zwischenzeilig
zwischen Büroabteilungen
zwischen Spuren
zwischen Systemen
inter...
interplant
interurban
interline
interoffice
intertrack
intersystem
Bewertung, Leistungsvergleich bei DV-Systemen
benchmark test
zwischen Systemen
intersystem
Bewertung {f}; Leistungsvergleich {m} (bei DV-Systemen)
benchmark test
Umgang {m} (mit); Handhabung {f} (von)
Umgang mit technischen Systemen
Umgang mit Betriebsabläufen
Umgang mit bestimmten Problemfällen
handling; management (of)
handling of technical systems
management of operation procedures
management of certain problem cases
zwischen ...
zwischen Fabrikationsbetrieben
zwischen Städten
zwischen den Zeilen schreibend; zwischenzeilig
zwischen Büroabteilungen
zwischen Spuren
zwischen Systemen
inter...
interplant
interurban
interline
interoffice
intertrack
intersystem
Systemende {n}
absolute shutdown
Systemende
absolute shutdown
Systementwickler {m}
system developer
Systementwickler {m}; Systementwicklerin {f}
Systementwickler {pl}; Systementwicklerinnen {pl}
system developer
system developers
Systementwicklung {f} [techn.]
systems engineering
Systementwurf {m}, Systemplanung {f}
system design
Systementwurf, Systemplanung
system design
Systementwurf {m}; Systemplanung {f}
system design
Betriebsführung durch Systemerneuerung
management by innovation
nur ein weiterer Systemfehler
JASE : just another system error
nur ein weiterer Systemfehler
just another system error JASE
systemfreie Kommunikation (OSI)
open systems interconnection
systemfremd {adj}
alien to the system
Systemgastronomie {f} [econ.]
system catering
systemgebunden, systemorientiert {adj}
system-oriented
systemgebunden, systemorientiert
system-oriented
systemgebunden; systemorientiert; systemnah {adj}
system-oriented; system-related
Systemgenerierung {f}
system generation
Systemgenerierung
system generation
systemgerecht {adj}
systemgerechtes Signal
system-compatible
system-compatible signal
systemgerecht
system-compatible
systemgerechtes Signal
system-compatible signal
systemgleich {adj}
compatible
Systemgrenze {f}
system boundary
Systemhaus {n}
Systemhäuser {pl}
system house
system houses
systemimmanent {adj}
inherent to the system; inherent
Systemintegration {f}
Systemintegration {f}
system integration
systems integration
Systemintegrität {f}
system integrity
Systemintegritaet
system integrity
systemintern {adj}
intrasystem
systemintern
intrasystem
systemisch {adj}
systemic
Pflanzenschutzmittel {n}; Pestizid {n} [agr.]
Pflanzenschutzmittel {pl}; Pestizide {pl}
anorganisches Pestizid
biologisches Pestizid
chemisches Pestizid
chloriertes Pestizid
landwirtschaftlich genutztes Pestizid
organisches Pestizid
selektives selektiv wirkendes Pestizid
systemisches systemisch wirkendes Pestizid
pesticide; pest control agent
pesticides; pest control agents
inorganic pesticide
biological pesticide
chemical pesticide
chlorinated pesticide
agricultural pesticide
organic pesticide
selective pesticide
systemic pesticide
systemisch {adv}
systemically {adv}
Familienaufstellung {f}; systemische Aufstellung {f} [psych.]
Familienaufstellungen {pl}; systemische Aufstellungen {pl}
family constellation; systemic constellation
family constellations; systemic constellations
Systemkamera {f} (Fotoapparat mit auswechselbaren Komponenten) [photo.]
Systemkameras {pl}
system camera (camera with interchangeable components)
system cameras
Systemkombination {f}
mixed ware
Systemkombination
mixed ware
Abschnittsventil {n}; Absperrventil {n} (zwischen Systemkomponenten oder nach außen) [techn.]
Abschnittsventile {pl}; Absperrventile {pl}
isolating valve
isolating valves
Systemkonfigurierungseinheit {f}
availability control unit
Systemkonfigurierungseinheit
availability control unit
Systemkritik {f}; abweichende Haltung {f}; Gegenstömung {f}; Opposition {f} [pol.] [soc.]
dissidence
Systemlandschaft {f}
system topography
Systemlast {f}
system load
Systemlebenszyklus {m}
system life cycle
systemlos
unmethodical
unsystematisch, systemlos {adj}
unsystematic, unsystematical
unsystematisch, systemlos {adv}
unsystematically
systemlos, systemlose
unmethodical
systemlos {adj}
unmethodical
unsystematisch; systemlos {adj}
unsystematic; unsystematical
unsystematisch; systemlos {adv}
unsystematically
Abfragen {n}, Abrufen {n}
Abrufen von Systemmeldungen
retrieval
system message retrieval
Abfragen {n}; Abrufen {n}
Abrufen von Systemmeldungen
retrieval
system message retrieval
systemnah {adj} [pol.]
connected with the (political) system
systemorientierte Betriebsführung
management by system
systemorientierte Führung
management by system
Systemperipherie {f}
system peripherals
Systemperipherie
system peripherals
Systempflege {f}
system maintenance
Systemprogramm {n} [comp.]
Systemprogramme {pl}
system program
system programs
Systemprogramm
system program
Systemprogrammierer {m}, Systemprogrammiererin {f} [comp.]
Systemprogrammierer {pl}, Systemprogrammiererinnen {pl}
system programmer
system programmers
Systemprogrammierer
system programmer
Systemprogrammierer {m}; Systemprogrammiererin {f} [comp.]
Systemprogrammierer {pl}; Systemprogrammiererinnen {pl}
system programmer
system programmers
Anwendungs- und Systemprogrammierung {f} [comp.]
application and system programming
Systemprozesssteuerung {f}
system process control
Systemresidenz {f}
system residence
Systemresidenz
system residence
Zuordnen von Systemresourcen
allocate system resources
Zuordnen {n} von Systemressourcen [comp.]
allocating of system resources
Dauer der Unbesetztheit des Systems
unoccupied time
Wirkungsgrad eines Systems
system effectiveness
Blackbox {f}, schwarzer Kasten (interner Aufbau eines Systems)
black box
Einfahren {n} (eines Systems)
running-in
innerhalb
innerhalb des Systems
innerhalb eines (Bundes-) Staates
intra...
intrasystem
intrastate
schwarzer Kasten (interner Aufbau eines Systems un
black box
innerhalb des Systems
intrasystem
Einfahren (eines Systems)
running-in
Blackbox {f}; schwarzer Kasten (interner Aufbau eines Systems)
black box
Konsistenz {f} (eines Systems) [comp.]
consistency (of a system)
Lernprozess {m}; Lerneffekt {m}; Lernaufwand {m}; Einarbeitungsaufwand {m} (bei etw.)
einen Lernprozess durchmachen
mit (einem) hohem Lernaufwand verbunden sein
sich (schnell) einarbeiten
Wir werden im Verlauf des Projekts sicherlich einiges dazulernen.
Die Bedienung des Systems ist schnell erlernt.
Wenn man mit neuer Software arbeitet sind Videoanleitungen eine wunderbare Möglichkeit den Einarbeitungsaufwand zu verringern.
learning curve (with sth.) [fig.]
to have a learning curve
to involve a steep learning curve
to (quickly) climb the learning curve
We expect a learning curve as we develop the project.
There is a short learning curve in the use of the system.
When working with new software video tutorials are a great way to shorten shortcut cut down the initial learning curve.
Stand {m} {+Gen.} (erreichte Stufe)
der Stand der Technik
der Stand der Wissenschaft
beim derzeitigen Stand der Technik
der Stand der Forschung
der Stand der Dinge
der Stand der Vorbereitungsarbeiten für die Einführung des neuen Systems
state (of sth.)
the current state of technology
the current state of science
with the technology currently available
the current state of research
the state of affairs
the state of preparation preparedness for implementing the new system
Wasserbilanz {f} (verfügbare Wassermengen im Wasserkreislauf eines Systems) [envir.]
water balance; water budget; hydrologic balance; hydrologic budget
innerhalb {prp; +Gen.}
innerhalb des Systems
innerhalb eines (Bundes-) Staates
intra...
intrasystem
intrastate
Systemschwerpunkt {m}; Baryzentrum {n} [math.] [phys.] [astron.]
barycentre [Br.]; barycenter [Am.]
Systemsoftware {f}, Betriebssystem {n} [comp.]
system software
Systemsoftware, Betriebssystem
system software
Systemsoftware {f}; Betriebssystem {n} [comp.]
system software
Systemsprache {f}
Systemsprachen {pl}
system language
system languages
asynchron {adj}
asynchrone Arbeitsweise {f}
asynchrone Start-Stopverbindung {f}
asynchrone Übertragung {f}
asynchroner Systemsprung
asynchroner Zähler
asynchronous
asynchronous mode
asynchronous start stop interface
asynchronous transmission
asynchronous system trap
asynchronous counter, ripple counter
asynchroner Systemsprung
asynchronous system trap
asynchron {adj}
asynchrone Arbeitsweise {f}
asynchrone Start-Stopverbindung {f}
asynchrone Übertragung {f}
asynchroner Systemsprung
asynchroner Zähler
asynchronous
asynchronous mode
asynchronous start stop interface
asynchronous transmission
asynchronous system trap
asynchronous counter; ripple counter
Zuverlässigkeit {f}, Stabilität {f}, Systemstabilität {f}
dependability
Zuverlässigkeit {f}; Stabilität {f}; Systemstabilität {f}
dependability
Systemsteuerung {f}
system control
Systemsteuerung {f} [comp.]
control panel
Systemsteuerung
system control
Systemtechnik {f}, Anlagentechnik {f}
systems engineering
Systemtechnik {f}
systems technology
Büro- und EDV-Systemtechnik {f}
office automation and IT systems
Systemtechnik {f}; Anlagentechnik {f}
systems engineering
Systemtest {m}
Systemtests {pl}
dynamischer Systemtest
system test
system tests
dynamic system test
Signal- und Systemtheorie {f}
signal and system theory
Systemtheorie {f}
system theory
Systemüberlastung {f}
Systemüberlastungen {pl}
Überwachung {f} der Systemüberlastung
system overload
system overloads
system overload monitoring
Systemuhr {f}
Systemuhren {pl}
system clock
system clocks
Stückgutverkehr {m}, Systemverkehr {m}, Sammelverkehr {m}
general cargo
Stückgutverkehr {m}; Systemverkehr {m}; Sammelverkehr {m} [transp.]
general cargo shipping; shipment as less-than-carload lot LCL [Am.]
Systemwiederherstellung {f} [comp.]
automatische Systemwiederherstellung
system recovery
automated system recovery
Systemzustand {m}
Systemzustände {pl}
system state, system status
system states
Systemzustand {m}
Systemzustände {pl}
system state; system status
system states
Systemzustand
system status
Systemzustandsanzeigefeld {n}
system status panel
Systemzustandsanzeigefeld
system status panel
Systemzustandsanzeigefeld {n}
Systemzustandsanzeigefelder {pl}
system status panel
system status panels
Systemzuverlässigkeit {f}
system reliability
Systole {f} [med.]
Systolen {pl}
systole
systoles
Systole
systole
Systole {f} (Kontraktionsphase des Herzens) [med.]
Systolen {pl}
systole (contracting phase of the heart)
systoles
Systolen
systoles
Systolenausfall {m} [med.]
dropped beat
systolisch {adj} [med.]
systolic
Herzgeräusch {n} [med.]
Herzgeräuschen {pl}
anorganisches akzidentelles Herzgeräusch
diastolisches Herzgeräusch
organisches Herzgeräusch
systolisches Herzgeräusch
heart souffle; heart murmur; cardiac murmur
heart souffles; heart murmurs; cardiac murmurs
accidental murmur
diastolic murmur
organic murmur
systolic murmur

Deutsche Synonyme für Systemlebenszyklus

Englische Synonyme für system life cycle

system  Anschauung  Copernican universe  Einsteinian universe  MO  Newtonian universe  Ptolemaic universe  aggregation  algorithm  all  all being  all creation  allness  anality  angle  angle of vision  apple-pie order  approach  arrangement  array  attack  basis  blueprint  blueprinting  body-build  brand  calculation  cast  character  characteristic  characteristics  charting  combination  complex  complexion  composition  conception  concord  constituents  constitution  contrivance  cosmos  course  crasis  created nature  created universe  creation  deployment  design  device  dharma  diathesis  discipline  disposal  disposition  enterprise  entity  envisagement  ethos  everything that is  expanding universe  eye  fashion  fiber  figuring  fine fettle  footing  foresight  forethought  form  formation  frame  frame of reference  framework  game  genius  good condition  good shape  good trim  grain  graphing  ground plan  group  guidelines  guise  habit  harmony  hue  humor  humors  idea  ilk  integral  integrate  intention  kind  layout  light  line  line of action  lines  lineup  long-range plan  macrocosm  macrocosmos  makeup  manner  manner of working  mapping  marshaling  master plan  means  megacosm  mental outlook  mesh  metagalaxy  method  methodicalness  methodology  mode  mode of operation  mode of procedure  modus  modus operandi  mold  nature  neatness  network  omneity  operations research  order  orderliness  organization  outlook  pattern  peace  physique  place  plan  planning  planning function  plenum  point of view  position  practice  prearrangement  procedure  proceeding  process  program  program of action  property  proportion  pulsating universe  quality  quiet  quietude  rationalization  reference system  regard  regularity  respect  routine  schedule  schema  schematism  schematization  scheme  scheme of arrangement  set  set-up  setup  side  sidereal universe  sight  situation  slant  somatotype  sort  spirit  stamp  stand  standpoint  st  
system components  actuator  amplifier  capacitator  clock  control relay  control resistor  converter  effector  feedback amplifier  generator  inductor  magnetic relay  meter relay  modulator  oscillator  pressure transducer  reactor  regenerator  relay  reluctance amplifier  resistor  servo amplifier  thermal timing relay  transducer  transmitter  
systematic  accordant  alike  analytical  arranged  automatic  balanced  businesslike  consistent  consonant  constant  continuous  correspondent  equable  equal  even  flat  formal  habitual  harmonious  homogeneous  immutable  in hand  invariable  level  logical  measured  mechanical  methodic  methodical  monolithic  normal  of a piece  ordered  orderly  organized  persistent  planned  regular  regular as clockwork  robotlike  routine  smooth  stable  standard  standardized  steadfast  steady  symmetrical  systematized  unbroken  unchangeable  unchanged  unchanging  undeviating  undifferentiated  undiversified  uniform  unruffled  unvaried  unvarying  usual  well-ordered  well-regulated  
systematically  always  at every turn  at regular intervals  at stated times  constantly  continually  every so often  harmoniously  intermittently  invariably  like clockwork  methodically  never otherwise  orderly  punctually  regularly  steadily  uniformly  without exception  
systematics  Buddhology  Mariolatry  Mariology  Mercersburg theology  antonomasia  apologetics  binomial nomenclature  biosystematics  biosystematy  canonics  class  classification  crisis theology  dialogical theology  divinity  doctrinalism  doctrinism  dogmatics  eschatology  existential theology  family  genus  glossology  hagiography  hagiology  hierology  kingdom  logos Christology  logos theology  natural theology  neoorthodox theology  neoorthodoxy  nomenclature  onomastics  onomatology  order  orismology  patristic theology  phenomenological theology  phylum  physicotheology  place-names  place-naming  polyonymy  rationalism  religion  scholastic theology  secularism  soteriology  species  taxonomy  terminology  theology  toponymy  trinomialism  
systematize  adjust  arrange  array  calculate  cast  chart  codify  concert  contrive  cool off  coordinate  cut out  deploy  design  devise  dispose  figure  fix  forecast  form  frame  grade  harmonize  hierarchize  intend  lay out  lay plans  line up  make a projection  make arrangements  marshal  methodize  normalize  order  organize  pacify  plan  plan ahead  prearrange  program  project  quiet  rank  rationalize  regularize  regulate  routinize  schedule  schematize  set up  settle  shape  standardize  structure  synchronize  tranquilize  tune  tune up  work out  work up  
systematized  aligned  arranged  arrayed  assorted  blueprinted  calculated  categorized  charted  classified  composed  constituted  contrived  designed  devised  disposed  figured  fixed  graded  grouped  harmonized  in the works  marshaled  methodized  normalized  on the agenda  on the anvil  on the calendar  on the carpet  on the docket  on the tapis  ordered  orderly  organized  placed  planned  plotted  projected  ranged  ranked  rationalized  regularized  regulated  routinized  scheduled  schematized  set  shaped  sorted  standardized  strategetic  strategic  sur le tapis  synchronized  tactical  worked out  
systemic  acaricide  anthelmintic  antibiotic  antiseptic  bug bomb  carbamate insecticide  chemosterilant  chlorinated hydrocarbon insecticide  contact poison  defoliant  disinfectant  eradicant  fumigant  fungicide  germicide  herbicide  insect powder  insecticide  microbicide  miticide  organic chlorine  organic phosphate insecticide  pesticide  poison  rat poison  roach paste  roach powder  rodenticide  stomach poison  systemic insecticide  toxic  toxicant  toxin  venin  venom  vermicide  virus  weed killer  

Lexikoneinträge für system life cycle

Cycle (n.) An imaginary circle or orbit in the heavens
Cycle (n.) An interval of time in which a certain succession of events or phenomena is completed, and then returns again and again, uniformly and continually in the same order
Cycle (n.) An age
Cycle (n.) An orderly list for a given time
Cycle (n.) The circle of subjects connected with the exploits of the hero or heroes of some particular period which have served as a popular theme for poetry, as the legend of Arthur and the knights of the Round Table, and that of Charlemagne and his paladins.
Cycle (n.) One entire round in a circle or a spire
Cycle (n.) A bicycle or tricycle, or other light velocipede.
Cycle (v. i.) To pass through a cycle of changes
Cycle (v. i.) To ride a bicycle, tricycle, or other form of cycle.
Life (n.) The state of being which begins with generation, birth, or germination, and ends with death
Life (n.) Of human beings: The union of the soul and body
Life (n.) The potential principle, or force, by which the organs of animals and plants are started and continued in the performance of their several and cooperative functions
Life (n.) Figuratively: The potential or animating principle, also, the period of duration, of anything that is conceived of as resembling a natural organism in structure or functions
Life (n.) A certain way or manner of living with respect to conditions, circumstances, character, conduct, occupation, etc.
Life (n.) Animation
Life (n.) That which imparts or excites spirit or vigor
Life (n.) The living or actual form, person, thing, or state
Life (n.) A person
Life (n.) The system of animal nature
Life (n.) An essential constituent of life, esp. the blood.
Life (n.) A history of the acts and events of a life
Life (n.) Enjoyment in the right use of the powers
Life (n.) Something dear to one as one's existence
Life-giving (a.) Giving life or spirit
Life-preserver (n.) An apparatus, made in very various forms, and of various materials, for saving one from drowning by buoying up the body while in the water.
Life-saving (a.) That saves life, or is suited to save life, esp. from drowning
Life-size (a.) Of full size
Life-weary (a.) Weary of living.
Metric system () See Metric, a.
Self-life (n.) Life for one's self
System (n.) An assemblage of objects arranged in regular subordination, or after some distinct method, usually logical or scientific
System (n.) Hence, the whole scheme of created things regarded as forming one complete plan of whole
System (n.) Regular method or order
System (n.) The collection of staves which form a full score. See Score, n.
System (n.) An assemblage of parts or organs, either in animal or plant, essential to the performance of some particular function or functions which as a rule are of greater complexity than those manifested by a single organ
System (n.) One of the stellate or irregular clusters of intimately united zooids which are imbedded in, or scattered over, the surface of the common tissue of many compound ascidians.

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life living things collectively, the oceans are teeming with life
plant
flora
plant life
(botany) a living organism lacking the power of locomotion
Bertillon system a system or procedure for identifying persons
career life history the general progression of your working or professional life, the general had had a distinguished career, he had a long career in the law
buddy system a cooperative practice of pairing two or more people together for mutual assistance or safety (especially in recreational swimming)
way
path
way of life
a course of conduct, the path of virtue, we went our separate ways, our paths in life led us apart, genius usually follows a revolutionary path
nightlife
night life
the activity of people seeking nighttime diversion (as at the theater, a nightclub, etc.), a futile search for intelligent nightlife, in the summer the nightlife shifts to the dance clubs
sporting life active interest in gambling on sports events
nightlife night life the entertainment available to people seeking nighttime diversion
walk of life
walk
careers in general, it happens in all walks of life
business life
professional life
a career in industrial or commercial or professional activities
extravagance
prodigality
lavishness
highlife
high life
excessive spending
cardiopulmonary resuscitation
CPR
cardiac resuscitation
mouth-to-mouth resuscitation
kiss of life
an emergency procedure consisting of external cardiac massage and artificial respiration, the first treatment for a person who has collapsed and has no pulse and has stopped breathing, attempts to restore circulation of the blood and prevent death or brain damage due to lack of oxygen
sexual love
lovemaking
making love
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
reproduction
procreation
breeding
facts of life
the sexual activity of conceiving and bearing offspring
life class an art class using a live human model
water vascular system system of fluid-filled tubes used by echinoderms in locomotion and feeding and respiration
air transportation system a transportation system for moving passengers or goods by air
alarm
warning device
alarm system
a device that signals the occurrence of some undesirable event
audio system
sound system
a system of electronic equipment for recording or reproducing sound
backup system a computer system for making backups
basic point defense missile system a shipboard missile system
bicycle
bike
wheel cycle
a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
brake system
brakes
a braking device consisting of a combination of interacting parts that work to slow a motor vehicle
bulletin board system
bulletin board electronic bulletin board
bbs
a computer that is running software that allows users to leave messages and access information of general interest
cable cable television
cable system
cable television service
a television system that transmits over cables
closed loop
closed-loop system
a control system with a feedback loop that is active
color television
colour television
color television system
colour television system
color TV
colour TV
a television that transmits images in color
communication system
communication equipment
facility consisting of the physical plants and equipment for disseminating information
communication system a system for communicating
computer
computing machine
computing device
data processor
electronic computer
information processing system
a machine for performing calculations automatically
computer system
computing system
automatic data processing system
ADP system
ADPS
a system of one or more computers and associated software with common storage
control system a system for controlling the operation of another system
coolant system a cooling system that uses a fluid to transfer heat from one place to another
cooling system
cooling
a mechanism for keeping something cool, the cooling was overhead fans
cooling system engine cooling system equipment in a motor vehicle that cools the engine
coude telescope
coude system
a reflecting telescope so constructed that the light is led to a plate holder or spectrograph
data system
information system
system consisting of the network of all communication channels used within an organization
defense system
defence system
the weaponry available for the defense of a region
drainage system a system of watercourses or drains for carrying off excess water
drive line
drive line system
mechanism that transmits power from the engine to the driving wheels of a motor vehicle
early warning system a network of radar installations designed to detect enemy missiles or aircraft while there is still time to intercept them
electrical system equipment in a motor vehicle that provides electricity to start the engine and ignite the fuel and operate the lights and windshield wiper and heater and air conditioner and radio
electrical system electrical plant utility that provides electricity
exhaust
exhaust system
system consisting of the parts of an engine through which burned gases or steam are discharged
explosive detection system
EDS
a rapid automatic system to detect plastic explosives in passengers' luggage using Xay technology and computers, designed for use in airports
fiber-optic transmission system
fibre-optic transmission system
FOTS
a communication system using fiber optic cables
field-sequential color television
field-sequential color TV
field-sequential color television system
field-sequential color TV system
an early form of color TV in which successive fields are scanned in three primary colors
fire control system naval weaponry consisting of a system for controlling the delivery of fire on a military target
fuel injection
fuel injection system
mechanical system to inject atomized fuel directly into the cylinders of an internalombustion engine, avoids the need for a carburetor
fuel system equipment in a motor vehicle or aircraft that delivers fuel to the engine
gas system facility (plant and equipment) for providing natural-gas service
Global Positioning System
GPS
a navigational system involving satellites and computers that can determine the latitude and longitude of a receiver on Earth by computing the time difference for signals from different satellites to reach the receiver
guidance system
guidance device
a system of equipment for automatically guiding the path of a vehicle (especially a missile)
heating system
heating plant
heating
heat
utility to warm a building, the heating system wasn't working, they have radiant heating
hi-fi
high fidelity sound system
equipment for the reproduction of sound with high fidelity
highway system a transportation system consisting of roads for motor transport
hub-and-spoke
hub-and-spoke system
a system of air transportation in which local airports offer air transportation to a central airport where long-distance flights are available
hydraulic system a mechanism operated by the resistance offered or the pressure transmitted when a liquid is forced through a small opening or tube
hydraulic transmission
hydraulic transmission system
a transmission that depends on a hydraulic system
ignition
ignition system
the mechanism that ignites the fuel in an internalombustion engine
inertial guidance system
inertial navigation system
a system to control a plane or spacecraft, uses inertial forces
intercommunication system
intercom
a communication system linking different rooms within a building or ship etc
Jaws of Life hydraulic tool inserted into a wrecked vehicle and used to pry the wreckage apart in order to provide access to people trapped inside
lens
lense
lens system
a transparent optical device used to converge or diverge transmitted light and to form images
life buoy
lifesaver
life belt
life ring
a life preserver in the form of a ring of buoyant material
life jacket
life vest
cork jacket
life preserver consisting of a sleeveless jacket of buoyant or inflatable design
life mask a cast taken from the face of a living person
life office life assurance office
life preserver
preserver
flotation device
rescue equipment consisting of a buoyant belt or jacket to keep a person from drowning
life raft
Carling float
a raft to use if a ship must be abandoned in an emergency
life-support system
life support
medical equipment that assists or replaces important bodily functions and so enables a patient to live who otherwise might not survive, the patient is on life support
life-support system life support equipment that makes life possible in otherwise deadly environmental conditions, the astronauts relied on their life-support systems
loudspeaker
speaker
speaker unit
loudspeaker system
speaker system
electro-acoustic transducer that converts electrical signals into sounds loud enough to be heard at a distance
lubricating system
force-feed lubricating system
force feed
pressure-feed lubricating system
pressure feed
mechanical system of lubricating internal combustion engines in which a pump forces oil into the engine bearings
measuring instrument
measuring system
measuring device
instrument that shows the extent or amount or quantity or degree of something
mechanical system a system of elements that interact on mechanical principles
metro
tube underground
subway system
subway
an electric railway operating below the surface of the ground (usually in a city), in Paris the subway system is called the `metro' and in London it is called the `tube' or the `underground'
missile defense system
missile defence system
naval weaponry providing a defense system
navigational system a system that provides information useful in determining the position and course of a ship or aircraft
naval tactical data system a shipboard system for collecting and displaying tactical data
pedicab
cycle rickshaw
a tricycle (usually propelled by pedalling), used in the Orient for transporting passengers for hire, boys who once pulled rickshaws now pedal pedicabs
plumbing
plumbing system
utility consisting of the pipes and fixtures for the distribution of water or gas in a building and for the disposal of sewage
power system
power grid
grid
a system of high tension cables by which electrical power is distributed throughout a region
propulsion system a system that provides a propelling or driving force
public address system
P.A. system
PA system
P.A.
PA
an electronic amplification system used as a communication system in public areas
quadraphony
quadraphonic system
quadriphonic system
a stereophonic sound recording or reproducing system using four separate channels
railway
railroad
railroad line
railway line railway system
line that is the commercial organization responsible for operating a system of transportation for trains that pull passengers or freight
receiver
receiving system
set that receives radio or tv signals
recording system audio system for recoding sound
refrigeration system a cooling system for chilling or freezing (usually for preservative purposes)
safety belt
life belt safety harness
belt attaching you to some object as a restraint in order to prevent you from getting hurt
school system establishment including the plant and equipment for providing education from kindergarten through high school
security system
security measure
security
an electrical device that sets off an alarm when someone tries to break in
security system (computing) a system that enforces boundaries between computer networks
sewage system
sewer system
sewage works
facility consisting of a system of sewers for carrying off liquid and solid sewage
shipboard system a system designed to work as a coherent entity on board a naval ship
ship-towed longange acoustic detection system a shipboard system consisting of an acoustic detection system that is towed behind the ship
small computer system interface
SCSI
interface consisting of a standard port between a computer and its peripherals that is used in some computers
solar thermal system a system that converts sunlight into heat

 

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