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Beleuchtung {f}; Licht {n}
künstliche Beleuchtung; künstliches Licht
natürliche Beleuchtung; natürliches Licht
direkte Beleuchtung; direktes Licht
halbindirekte vorwiegend direkte Beleuchtung
indirekte Beleuchtung; indirektes Licht
lighting; illumination
artificial lighting; artificial illumination
natural lighting; natural illumination
direct lighting; direct illumination
semi-direct lighting
indirect lighting; Indirect illumination
Licht {n}
Lichter {pl}
Licht werfen auf
aktinisches Licht; Blaulicht {n}
light
lights
to throw light on
actinic light
Licht {n}
Lichter {pl}
Licht werfen auf
aktinisches Licht, Blaulicht {n}
light
lights
to throw light on
actinic light
etw. enthüllen; aufdecken; zutage bringen fördern; ans Licht bringen {vt} (Person)
enthüllend; aufdeckend; zutage bringend fördernd; ans Licht bringend
enthüllt; aufgedeckt; zutage gebracht gefördert; ans Licht gebracht
enthüllt; deckt auf; bringt fördert zutage; bringt ans Licht
enthüllte; deckte auf; brachte förderte zutage; brachte ans Licht
ein Geheimnis enthüllen
nicht enthüllt
to reveal sth.; to unlock sth. (person)
revealing; unlocking
revealed; unlocked
reveals; unlocks
revealed; unlocked
to reveal unlock a secret
unrevealed
ans Licht kommen; zutage zu Tage treten {vi} [übtr.]
ans Licht kommend; zutage zu Tage tretend
ans Licht gekommen; zutage zu Tage getreten
to come to light [fig.]
coming to light
come to light
etw. aufdecken; ans Licht bringen; an den Tag bringen [übtr.]
aufdeckend; ans Licht bringend; an den Tag bringend
aufgedeckt; ans Licht gebracht; an den Tag gebracht
to unveil sth. [fig.]
unveiling
unveiled
Licht-Mischpult {n}
Licht-Mischpulte {pl}
lighting desk; lighting board; lighting control console; lighting console
lighting desks; lighting boards; lighting control consoles; lighting consoles
Licht {f}; Tageslicht {n} [geh.]; Öffentlichkeit {f} [übtr.]
etw. ans Licht bringen; etw. an die Öffentlichkeit bringen; etw. aufdecken
ans Licht Tageslicht kommen; zum Vorschein kommen; publik werden
realisiert werden
light; light of day [fig.]
to bring sth. to light; to bring sth. into the light of day; to take lift the lid on off sth. [Br.]; to blow the lid off sth. [Am.]
to come to light; to come to the light of day
to see the light (of day)
Freigabe {f}; grünes Licht (für etw.) [adm.]
Sie hatte keine Sicherheitsfreigabe.
Ich warte noch auf das OK von der Zentrale.
Er wird ins Rennen gehen wenn er von seinem Arzt grünes Licht bekommt.
clearance (for sth.)
She did not have a security clearance.
I'm waiting for clearance from headquarters.
He'll race if he gets medical clearance from his doctor.
Anschein {m}; Anstrich {m}
unter dem Mantel des Gesetzes
unter dem Vorwand einer Amtshandlung
ein falsches Licht auf die Ereignisse werfen; die Ereignisse in einem falschen Licht erscheinen lassen [übtr.]
colour [Br.]; color [Am.]
under the colour of law
under the colour of office
to give a false colour [Br.] color [Am.] to the incidents [fig.]
UV-Licht {n}; ultraviolettes Licht
UV light; ultraviolet light
UV-Licht {n}, ultraviolettes Licht
UV light, ultraviolet light
leicht, licht, Licht
light
ans Licht bringen, an den Tag bringen [übtr.]
ans Licht bringend, an den Tag bringend
ans Licht gebracht, an den Tag gebracht
to unveil
unveiling
unveiled
Licht
light
Ihm ging ein Licht auf.
he saw daylight.
ans Licht bringen
bring to light
Licht; Beleuchtung
light
leicht
Licht
light
Licht geworfen auf
threw light on
Licht werfen auf
throw light on
ans Licht bringen
to bring to light
Licht werfen auf
to throw light on
Schalt das Licht ein
turn on the light
das Licht erlosch
the light faded
Schalt das Licht ein!
turn on the light!
Licht zurückwerfen
reflect light
licht; hell {adj}
light
gebrochen {adj} (Licht)
refracted; fractured
helles Licht
bright light
diffus (Licht) {adj}
diffuse, diffused, scattered
diffus {adj} (Licht)
diffuse; diffused; scattered
gedämpftes Licht
dim light
das Licht fernhalten
obstruct the light
Ihm ging ein Licht auf
he saw daylight
Auflicht {n}, einfallendes Licht
incident light
Licht ausstrahlend {adj} [biol.]
photogenic
ewiges Licht {n} [relig.]
everlasting light; eternal flame; sanctuary lamp; altar lamp
Auflicht {n}; einfallendes Licht
incident light
Blendlicht {n}; blendendes Licht
glare
Loeschen mit ultraviolettem Licht
ultraviolet light erasing
Loeschen mit ultraviolettem Licht
ultraviolet erasing
beugen, ablenken (Licht)
diffract
weich, (Licht) matt {adj}
soft
hell, erhellen, Licht
light
Jetzt geht mir ein Licht auf.
now i begin to see.
Jetzt geht mir ein Licht auf
now i begin to see
absperren [Licht, Wasser]
to shut off
weich; (Licht) matt {adj}
soft
gleichfarbig {adj}
gleichfarbiges Licht
of the same colour [Br.]; color [Am.]
monochromatic light [phys.]
warm; wohltuend {adj} (Licht; Farbe)
mellow
grünes Licht geben für; etw. absegnen
to greenlight sth.
Licht-Dunkel-Zyklus {m} [biol.]
light-dark cycle
jdm. etw. vormachen; jdn. hinters Licht führen
to pull the wool over so.'s eyes [coll.]
Jetzt geht mir ein Licht auf. [übtr.]
Now I begin to see.
Jetzt geht mir ein Licht auf. [übtr.]
Now I get it.
Flackern {n} (Licht Flamme; Feuer)
flicker (light; flame; fire)
Entwarnung {f}; Startfreigabe {f}; grünes Licht
all clear (signal)
warm, wohltuend {adj} (Licht, Farbe)
mellow
Sie haben das rote Licht überfahren
you went through the red light
Entwarnung {f}, Startfreigabe {f}, grünes Licht
all clear (signal)
Zustimmung {f}; Erlaubnis {f}
grünes Licht [übtr.]
go-ahead
go-ahead
jdn. blenden {vt} (durch Licht)
blendend
geblendet
to dazzle sb.; to bedazzle sb. (by light)
dazzling; bedazzling
dazzled; bedazzled
absperren {vt} (Licht; Wasser)
absperrend
abgesperrt
to shut off
shutting off
shut off
Diffusor {m} (Akustik Licht Lüfter)
Diffusoren {pl}
diffuser (acoustics light fan)
diffusers
ans Licht bringen, zu Tage fördern [übtr.]
to bring to light
blenden (durch Licht)
blendend
geblendet
to dazzle, to bedazzle (by light)
dazzling, bedazzling
dazzled, bedazzled
lichtinduziert; durch Licht katalysiert {adj} [chem.]
light-induced
etw. grünes Licht geben [übtr.]; etw. erlauben
to give sth. the nod [coll.]
(Hut) aufsetzen, (Licht) anmachen, (Kleid) anziehen {vt}
to put on
absperren {vt} (Licht, Wasser)
absperrend
abgesperrt
to shut off
shutting off
shut off
greller Schein, grelles Licht, blendender Glanz
glare
sein Licht unter den Scheffel stellen [übtr.]
to hide one's light under a bushel [fig.]
etw. ans Licht bringen; etw. zutage zu Tage fördern [übtr.]
to bring sth. to light
etw. dämpfen {vt} (Licht Geräusch Farbe) (Gefühlsäußerungen [übtr.])
to subdue sth.
greller Schein {m}; grelles Licht {n}; blendender Glanz {m}
glare
Beständigkeit {f}; Echtheit {f} (von Materialen gegenüber oberflächlicher Einwirkung von Licht Flüssigkeit Reibung)
Beständigkeit gegen chemische Reinigung gegenüber chemischer Reinigung
Beständigkeit gegen(über) Sonnenlicht
Beuchechtheit {f} [textil.]
Blutechtheit {f} (Farbe)
Bügelechtheit {f} [textil.]
Bügelechtheit {f} (Färbung)
Dämpfechtheit {f} [textil.]
Entbastungsechtheit {f} [textil.]
Farbbeständigkeit {f} gegen Licht
Farbechtheit {f}
Karbonisierechtheit {f} [textil.]
Lichtechtheit {f}; Lichtbeständigkeit {f}; Beständigkeit gegen Lichteinwirkung
Lösungsmittelechtheit {f}
Merzerisierechtheit {f} [textil.]
Pottingechtheit {f} [textil.]
Reibechtheit {f} [textil.]
Salzwasserechtheit {f}; Meerwasserechtheit {f} (Färbung)
Schweißechtheit {f} [textil.]
Trockenhitzeechtheit {f} [textil.]
Trockenlichtechtheit {f} [textil.]
Überfärbeechtheit {f} [textil.]
Walkechtheit {f} [textil.]
Waschechtheit {f} [textil.]
Wasserechtheit {f}
Wassertropfenechtheit {f} (Färbung)
Wetterechtheit {f} [textil.]
fastness (of materials to the action of light liquids friction on their surface)
fastness to dry-cleaning
fastness to sunlight; sunlight fastness
fastness to bucking; fastness to kier-boiling
fastness to bleeding (paint)
fastness to ironing; fastness to pressing
colour [Br.] color [Am.] fastness to hot pressing (dye)
fastness to steaming
fastness to degumming; degumming fastness
colour [Br.] color [Am.] fastness to light
colour [Br.] color [Am.] fastness
fastness to carbonizing
fastness to light; light-fastness
fastness to solvents
fastness to mercerizing
fastness to potting
fastness to rubbing
fastness to saltwater (dye)
fastness to perspiration
fastness to dry heat
fastness to light in dry state
fastness to cross-dyeing
fastness to fulling
fastness to washing
fastness to water
fastness to water drops; fastness to water spotting (dye)
fastness to weathering
(Licht) ausmachen; löschen {vt}
ausmachend; löschend
ausgemacht; gelöscht
to douse (light)
dousing
doused
beugen; ablenken (Licht)
beugend; ablenkend
gebeugt; abgelenkt
to diffract
diffracting
diffracted
beugen, ablenken (Licht)
beugend, ablenkend
gebeugt, abgelenkt
to diffract
diffracting
diffracted
auftreffend; eintretend; einfallend (Licht Elektronen Strahlen) {adj} [phys.]
impinging; incident (light electrons rays)
(Licht) ausmachen, löschen {vt}
ausmachend, löschend
ausgemacht, gelöscht
to douse (light)
dousing
doused
entgegenkommend; nahend {adj}
Das Licht am Ende des Tunnels könnte ein entgegenkommender Zug sein.
oncoming
The light at the end of the tunnel might be an oncoming train.
Es ist nichts so fein gesponnen es kommt doch an das Licht der Sonne. [Sprw.]
Everything comes to light in the end. [prov.]
flackern {vi} (Licht; Flamme; Feuer)
flackernd
geflackert
flackert
flackerte
to flicker (light; flame; fire)
flickering
flickered
flickers
flickered
Es ist nichts so fein gesponnen, es kommt doch an das Licht der Sonne. [Sprw.]
Everything comes to light in the end. [prov.]
gedämpft; ruhig {adj}
gedämpfte Unterhaltung
gedämpftes Licht
mit gedämpfter Stimme sprechen
subdued
subdued conversation
subdued light
to speak in a subdued voice
brechen; ablenken {vt} [phys.] (Licht; Strahl)
brechend; ablenkend
gebrochen; abgelenkt
to refract
refracting
refracted
etw. anmachen; aufdrehen; einschalten {vt} (Licht TV etc.)
anmachend; aufdrehend; einschaltend
angemacht; aufgedreht; eingeschaltet
to put on <> sth. (cause a device to begin to work)
putting on
put on
kraftlos; schwach; lahm {adj}
kraftloser; schwächer; lahmer
am kraftlosesten; am schwächsten; am lahmsten
schwache Gesundheit
schwaches Licht
feeble
feebler
feeblest
feeble health
feeble light
etw. erleuchten; erhellen; beleuchten {vt}
erleuchtend; erhellend; beleuchtend
erleuchtet; erhellt; beleuchtet
Licht in eine Sache bringen
to irradiate sth.
irradiating
irradiated
to irradiate an affair [fig.]
auf etw. auftreffen; aufprallen; in etw. eintreten; einfallen (Licht Elektronen Strahlen) {vi} [phys.]
auftreffend; aufprallend; eintretend; einfallend
aufgetroffen; aufgeprallt; eingetreten; eingefallen
to impinge on against sth. (light electrons rays)
impinging
impinged
gleißend hell; gleißend grell {adj} (Licht)
im gleißenden grellen Mittagslicht
glaring; glary (light)
in the glaring light of high noon
hell-dunkel; hell mit dunklen Farben wechselnd; zwischen Licht und Schatten spielend {adj}
chiaroscuro
Absorption {f}; Absorbierung {f}; Aufsaugen {n}; Aufsaugung {f} [phys.]
Absorption von Licht
absorption
absorption of light
günstig, vorteilhaft (für) {adj}
günstiger, vorteilhafter
am günstigsten, am vorteilhaftesten
zu günstigen Bedingungen
etw. in einem günstigen Licht zeigen
favorable [Am.], favourable [Br.] (to)
more favourable
most favourable
on favourable terms
to show sth. in a favourable light
günstig; vorteilhaft (für) {adj}
günstiger; vorteilhafter
am günstigsten; am vorteilhaftesten
zu günstigen Bedingungen
etw. in einem günstigen Licht zeigen
favourable [Br.]; favorable [Am.] (to)
more favourable favorable
most favourable favorable
on favourable terms
to show sth. in a favourable light
abbaubar; zersetzbar {adj} [chem.]
abbaubare organische Substanz AOS
sich durch Licht zersetzend
nicht abbaubar; unzeretzbar
degradable; decomposable
degradable organic matter
photodegradable
non-degradable
Kunstlicht {n}; künstliches Licht
bei künstlichem List; bei Kunstlicht
artificial light
in artificial light
erloschen {adj}
ein erloschener Vulkan
Das grüne Licht ist erloschen.
extinct
an extinct volcano
The green light has gone off.
etw. ausschalten; abschalten; abdrehen; abstellen; ausknipsen (Licht) [ugs.] {vt} [electr.] [techn.]
ausschaltend; abschaltend; abdrehend; abstellend; ausknipsend
ausgeschaltet; abgeschaltet; abgedreht; abgestellt; ausgeknipst
to switch off <> sth.; to turn off <> sth.
switching off; turning off
switched off; turned off
etw. abdrehen; abstellen; ausmachen {vt} (Licht Gas Wasser)
abdrehend; abstellend; ausmachend
abgedreht; abgestellt; ausgemacht
dreht ab; stellt ab; macht aus
drehte ab; stellte ab; machte aus
die Lampen ausschalten
to turn off sth. (light gas water)
turning off
turned off
turns off
turned off
to turn out the lights
automatisches Löschen
Löschen mit ultraviolettem Licht
autopurge
ultraviolet erasing, ultraviolet light erasing
automatisches Löschen
Löschen mit ultraviolettem Licht
autopurge
ultraviolet erasing; ultraviolet light erasing
Ampel {f}, Verkehrsampel {f}, Lichtsignalanlage {f}
Ampeln {pl}, Verkehrsampeln {pl}, Lichtsignalanlagen {pl}
rotes Licht (an der Ampel)
bei Rot über die Ampel fahren
traffic light, traffic lights
traffic lights
stop light
to jump a red light [coll.]
Ampel {f}; Verkehrsampel {f}; Lichtsignalanlage {f}
Ampeln {pl}; Verkehrsampeln {pl}; Lichtsignalanlagen {pl}
rotes Licht (an der Ampel)
bei Rot (über die Ampel Kreuzung) fahren
traffic light; traffic lights; robot [South Africa]
traffic lights; robots
stop light
to jump a red light [coll.]
Tageslicht {n}
bei Tageslicht
beim ersten Tageslicht
bei Licht(e) besehen betrachtet [übtr.]
daylight; light of day; light
by daylight
at daylight; at the first light of day; at (the) first light
(when) seen in the light of day
ausgehen (Licht Feuer Kerze; Zigarette); verlöschen (Feuer; Kerze) [poet.] {vi}
ausgehend; verlöschend
ausgegangen; verlöscht
to go out
going out
gone out
gegen jdn. etw. sprechen; nicht für jdn. etw. sprechen (ein schlechtes Licht auf jdn. etw. werfen) {vi}
Es spricht nicht gerade für den Anbieter wenn so etwas passieren kann.
to reflect badly poorly on sb. sth.
The fact that something like this can happen reflects badly on the provider.
Referenzbündel {n} (Licht) [phys.]
Referenzbündel {pl}
reference bundle (light)
reference bundles
etw. einer Sache zuschreiben; auf etw. zurückführen; mit etw. erklären {vt}
zuschreibend; zurückführend; erklärend
zugeschrieben; zurückgeführt; erklärt
Den Fehler kann man ihrer Unerfahrenheit zuschreiben.
Ich hatte mit dem Lesen Mühe was ich auf das schlechte Licht zurückführte.
to put sth. down to sth.; to attribute sth. to sth.
putting down; attributing
put down; attributed
You can put down the mistake to her inexperience.
I was having difficulty reading which I put down to the poor light.
Aussetzen {n} (einer Sache)
Belichtung {f}
Bestrahlung {f}
unnötiges Sich-in-Gefahr-Begeben (Person)
Bestrahlung an einem Punkt einer Fläche (Licht)
Das Zimmer ist südseitig gelegen.
exposure (to sth.)
exposure to light
exposure to rays
unnecessary exposure (person)
radiant exposure at a point of a surface (light)
The room has a southern exposure.
etw. kleinreden; etw. herabmindern; etw. schmälern {vt}
kleinredend; herabmindernd; schmälernd
kleingeredet; herabgemindert; geschmälert
tiefstapeln (was die eigene Person betrifft); sein Licht unter den Scheffel stellen
Ohne die Bedeutung dieser Frage schmälern zu wollen möchte ich ...
to belittle sth.; to disparage sth.; to denigrate sth.
belittling; disparaging; denigrating
belittled; disparaged; denigrated
to belittle yourself
Without wishing to belittle disparage denigrate the importance of his issue I would like to ...
Tunnel {m}
Tunnel {pl}; Tunnels {pl}
Licht am Ende des Tunnels sehen [übtr.]
tunnel
tunnels
to see the light at the end of the tunnel [fig.]
Tunnel {m}
Tunnel {pl}, Tunnels {pl}
das Licht am Ende des Tunnels sehen
tunnel
tunnels
to see the light at the end of the tunnel
versperren; blockieren; hemmen; verbauen {vt}
versperrend; blockierend; hemmend; verbauend
versperrt; blockiert; gehemmt; verbaut
versperrt; blockiert; hemmt; verbaut
versperrte; blockierte; hemmte; verbaute
Licht fernhalten
to obstruct
obstructing
obstructed
obstructs
obstructed
to obstruct the light
Abbau {m}; Zersetzung {f}; Degradierung {f} (von etw.) [chem.] [biol.]
bakterieller Abbau
biologischer Abbau
chemischer Abbau
photochemischer Abbau; Abbau durch Licht
metabolischer Abbau
thermischer Abbau
Abbau durch Bakterien
breakdown; decomposition; degradation (of sth.)
bacterial degradation
biological breakdown degradation; biodegradation
chemical breakdown diegradation
photochemical breakdown degradation; photodegradation
metabolic breakdown
thermal degradation
bacterial decomposition
(unmittelbare) Umgebung {f}; (näheres) Umfeld {f} (einer Person)
offenes Umfeld
Sie drehte das Licht auf und musterte ihre Umgebung.
Ich arbeite in einem angenehmen Umfeld.
Die Gebäude wurde so gestaltet dass sie sich in ihre Umgebung einfügen.
surroundings; environment
open-minded environment
She switched on the light and examined her surroundings.
I work in a pleasant environment.
The buildings have been designed to blend in with their surroundings.
ausstrahlen; strahlen {vt} (aus)
ausstrahlend; strahlend
ausgestrahlt; gestrahlt
strahlt aus; strahlt
strahlte aus; strahlte
Optimismus ausstrahlen; Optimismus versprühen
Energie Licht ausstrahlen abgeben
to radiate (from)
radiating
radiated
radiates
radiated
to radiate optimism
to radiate energy light
etw. erkennen; unterscheiden; ausmachen; ausnehmen [Ös.]
erkennend; unterscheidend; ausmachend; ausnehmend
erkannt; unterschieden; ausgemacht; ausgenommen
Ihre Worte konnte ich nicht verstehen aber sie klang aufgeregt.
In dem schwachen Licht konnte er die Farbe des Autos nicht ausmachen.
Aus dieser Entfernung kann man keine Einzelheiten erkennen.
to distinguish sth.; to differentiate sth.; to make out sth.
distinguishing; differentiating; making out
distinguished; differentiated; made out
I could not distinguish her words but she sounded agitated.
He could not distinguish the colour of the car in the fading light.
You can't distinguish the details from this distance.
sich von seiner besten Seite zeigen präsentieren; sich im besten Licht zeigen präsentieren [übtr.]
to put one's best foot forward [fig.]
Kolorit {n}; Gesicht {n}; Erscheinungsbild {n}
Politiker aller Couleurs
ein Schritt der die politische Landschaft im Land veränderte
einer Sache ein neues anderes Gesicht geben
Das Erscheinungsbild der Stadt hat sich gewandelt.
Das lässt die Sache in ganz neuem Licht erscheinen.
Damit bekommt die Sache gleich ein anderes Gesicht.
complexion [fig.]
politicians of every political complexion
a move that changed the political complexion of the country
to put a new fresh different complexion on sth.
The complexion of the city has changed.
That puts a whole new complexion on the case.
That puts a fresh complexion on the matter.
legen; stellen; setzen; tun [ugs.] {vt}
legend; stellen; setzend; tuend
gelegt; gestellt; gesetzt; getan
er sie legt; er sie stellt; er sie setzt
ich er sie legte; ich er sie stellte; ich er sie setzte
er sie hat hatte gelegt; er sie hat hatte gestellt; er sie hat hatte gesetzt
beiseite legen; zur Seite legen; zur Seite tun
Stell die Pflanzen naher ans Fenster sie brauchen mehr Licht!
to put {put; put}
putting
put
he she puts
I he she put
he she has had put
to put by; to put away; to put aside
Put the plants closer to the window they need more light!
Mord {m} (an jdm.)
Morde {pl}
vorsätzlicher Mord
Ritualmord {m}
Mord im Affekt
Totschlag {m}
Die Kripo ermittelt wegen Mordes.
Die Sonne bringt es ans Licht.
Der Verkehr heute früh war mörderisch die Hölle.
Samstags einkaufen zu gehen ist der (blanke) Horror.
Weiche Betten sind Gift für meinen Rücken.
Sie lässt den Kindern alles durchgehen.
Meine Tochter würde lauthals protestieren wenn man versucht sie zu Bett zu bringen.
Die Opposition wird wegen der neuen Regelungen Zeter und Mordio schreien.
murder (of sb.)
murders
premeditated murder; first degree murder [Am.]
ritual murder
murder of passion; second degree murder [Am.]
manslaughter; third degree murder [Am.]
Detectives have launched a murder inquiry investigation.
Murder will out.
The traffic was murder this morning.
It's murder doing the shopping on Saturdays.
Soft beds are murder on my back.
She lets those children get away with murder.
My daughter would scream cry blue bloody [Am.] murder if you tried to put her to bed.
The opposition will scream blue bloody [Am.] murder about over the new regulations.
unwahrscheinlich {adj}
unwahrscheinlicher
am unwahrscheinlichsten
höchst unwahrscheinlich
Es dürfte nicht ...; Es wird (wohl) kaum ...; Es sieht nicht so aus als würde ...
Protestkundgebungen sind unwahrscheinlich.
Es ist unwahrscheinlich dass sie wieder gesund wird.
Die Wahrscheinlichkeit ist gering dass die Wahrheit je ans Licht kommt.
Die Preise werden sich kaum ändern.
Es sieht nicht so aus als würde sie wieder in Europa auftreten.
Für den unwahrscheinlichen Fall dass ich im Lotto gewinne engagiere ich einen Chauffeur der mich herumfährt.
improbable; unlikely
more improbable
most improbable
vastly improbable; most unlikely
It is seems unlikely to ...
Protest rallies are unlikely.
It is unlikely that she will recover.; She is unlikely to recover.; Her recovery is unlikely.
It is seems very unlikely that the truth will ever be known.
Prices are unlikely to change.
She looks unlikely to be appearing in Europe again.
In the unlikely event that I win the lottery I will hire a chauffeur to drive me around.

Deutsche Synonyme für UV Licht

Schwarzlicht  ultraviolettes  Licht  Ultraviolettstrahlung  UV-Licht  
ins  rechte  Licht  rücken  ins  rechte  Licht  setzen  positiv  darstellen  schönen  schönfärben  
licht  
Auflicht  einfallendes  Licht  
Beleuchtung  Helligkeit  Licht  
Licht  meidend  photophob  (fachsprachlich)  
köhärentes  Licht  Laser  Laserlicht  Laserstrahl  
fotophil  Licht  bevorzugend  lichtliebend  photophil  
durch  Licht  herausgelöstes  Elektron  Fotoelektron  Photoelektron  
Ausbreitung  des  Lichts  Aussehen  Lehre  vom  Licht  Optik  
auf  den  Markt  kommen  das  Licht  der  Welt  erblicken  erscheinen  herauskommen  (umgangssprachlich)  
Licht meidend  photophob (fachsprachlich)  
durch Licht herausgelöstes Elektron  Fotoelektron  Photoelektron  
ins rechte Licht rücken  ins rechte Licht setzen  positiv darstellen  schönen  schönfärben  
köhärentes Licht  Laser  Laserlicht  Laserstrahl  

Englische Synonyme für lighting; illumination

lighting  arc lighting  black and white  brightening  chiaroscuro  contrast  decorative lighting  direct lighting  electric lighting  enkindling  enlightening  enlightenment  festoon lighting  firing  flammation  floodlighting  fluorescent lighting  gaslighting  glow lighting  highlights  ignition  illuminating  illumination  illumining  incandescent lighting  incendiary  indirect lighting  inflaming  inflammation  inflammative  inflammatory  irradiation  kindling  light and shade  lightening  lighting up  overhead lighting  radiation  spot lighting  stage lighting  strip lighting  tonality  

Lexikoneinträge für lighting; illumination / artificial lighting; artificial illumination / natural lighting; natural illumination / direct lighting; direct illumination / semi-direct lighting / indirect lighting; Indirect illumination

Artificial (a.) Made or contrived by art
Artificial (a.) Feigned
Artificial (a.) Artful
Artificial (a.) Cultivated
Direct (a.) Straight
Direct (a.) Straightforward
Direct (a.) Immediate
Direct (a.) In the line of descent
Direct (a.) In the direction of the general planetary motion, or from west to east
Direct (v. t.) To arrange in a direct or straight line, as against a mark, or towards a goal
Direct (v. t.) To point out or show to (any one), as the direct or right course or way
Direct (v. t.) To determine the direction or course of
Direct (v. t.) To point out to with authority
Direct (v. t.) To put a direction or address upon
Direct (v. i.) To give direction
Direct (n.) A character, thus [/], placed at the end of a staff on the line or space of the first note of the next staff, to apprise the performer of its situation.
Direct-acting (a.) Acting directly, as one part upon another, without the intervention of other working parts.
Illumination (n.) The act of illuminating, or supplying with light
Illumination (n.) Festive decoration of houses or buildings with lights.
Illumination (n.) Adornment of books and manuscripts with colored illustrations. See Illuminate, v. t., 3.
Illumination (v. t.) That which is illuminated, as a house
Illumination (v. t.) That which illuminates or gives light
Illumination (v. t.) The special communication of knowledge to the mind by God
Indirect (a.) Not direct
Indirect (a.) Not tending to an aim, purpose, or result by the plainest course, or by obvious means, but obliquely or consequentially
Indirect (a.) Not straightforward or upright
Indirect (a.) Not resulting directly from an act or cause, but more or less remotely connected with or growing out of it
Indirect (a.) Not reaching the end aimed at by the most plain and direct method
Lighting (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Light
Lighting (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Light
Lighting (n.) A name sometimes applied to the process of annealing metals.
Natural (a.) Fixed or determined by nature
Natural (a.) Conformed to the order, laws, or actual facts, of nature
Natural (a.) Having to do with existing system to things
Natural (a.) Conformed to truth or reality
Natural (a.) Springing from true sentiment
Natural (a.) Resembling the object imitated
Natural (a.) Having the character or sentiments properly belonging to one's position
Natural (a.) Connected by the ties of consanguinity.
Natural (a.) Begotten without the sanction of law
Natural (a.) Of or pertaining to the lower or animal nature, as contrasted with the higher or moral powers, or that which is spiritual
Natural (a.) Belonging to, to be taken in, or referred to, some system, in which the base is 1
Natural (a.) Produced by natural organs, as those of the human throat, in distinction from instrumental music.
Natural (a.) Of or pertaining to a key which has neither a flat nor a sharp for its signature, as the key of C major.
Natural (a.) Applied to an air or modulation of harmony which moves by easy and smooth transitions, digressing but little from the original key.
Natural (n.) A native
Natural (n.) Natural gifts, impulses, etc.
Natural (n.) One born without the usual powers of reason or understanding
Natural (n.) A character [/] used to contradict, or to remove the effect of, a sharp or flat which has preceded it, and to restore the unaltered note.
Semi- () A prefix signifying half, and sometimes partly or imperfectly
Semi-Arian (n.) A member of a branch of the Arians which did not acknowledge the Son to be consubstantial with the Father, that is, of the same substance, but admitted him to be of a like substance with the Father, not by nature, but by a peculiar privilege.
Semi-Arian (a.) Of or pertaining to Semi-Arianism.
Semi-Arianism (n.) The doctrines or tenets of the Semi-Arians.
Semi-Christianized (a.) Half Christianized.
Semi circumference (n.) Half of a circumference.
Semi crustaceous (a.) Half crustaceous
Semi-Pelagian (n.) A follower of John Cassianus, a French monk (died about 448), who modified the doctrines of Pelagius, by denying human merit, and maintaining the necessity of the Spirit's influence, while, on the other hand, he rejected the Augustinian doctrines of election, the inability of man to do good, and the certain perseverance of the saints.
Semi-Pelagian (a.) Of or pertaining to the Semi-Pelagians, or their tenets.
Semi-Pelagianism (n.) The doctrines or tenets of the Semi-Pelagians.
Semi pupa (n.) The young of an insect in a stage between the larva and pupa.
Semi-Saxon (a.) Half Saxon

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

natural object an object occurring naturally, not made by man
direct primary a primary where voters directly select the candidates who will run for office
direct flight a flight with one or more intermediate stops but no change of aircraft
ignition
firing
lighting
kindling
inflammation
the act of setting something on fire
lighting the craft of providing artificial light, an interior decorator must understand lighting
dark ground illumination
dark field illumination
a form of microscopic examination of living material by scattered light, specimens appear luminous against a dark background
indirect immunofluorescence a method of using fluorescence microscopy to detect the presence of an antigen indirectly
foreign direct investment a joint venture between a foreign company and a United States company
artificial respiration an emergency procedure whereby breathing is maintained artificially
artificial insemination
AI
the introduction of semen into the oviduct or uterus by some means other than sexual intercourse
natural family planning any of several methods of family planning that do not involve sterilization or contraceptive devices or drugs, coitus is avoided during the fertile time of a woman's menstrual cycle
direct support a mission requiring one force to support another specific force and authorizing it to answer directly the supported force's request for assistance
direct supporting fire fire delivered in support of part of a force (as opposed to general supporting fire delivered in support of the force as a whole)
direct fire fire delivered on a target that is visible to the person aiming it
indirect fire fire delivered on a target that is not itself used as the point of aim for the weapons
foreign direct investment investing in United States businesses by foreign citizens (often involves stock ownership of the business)
direct marketing marketing via a promotion delivered directly to the individual prospective customer
direct action a protest action by labor or minority groups to obtain their demands
natural (craps) a first roll of or that immediately wins the stake
artificial flower a handmade imitation of a blossom
artificial heart a pump that replaces the natural heart
artificial horizon
gyro horizon
flight indicator
a navigational instrument based on a gyroscope, it artificially provides a simulated horizon for the pilot
artificial joint a metal or plastic part that is surgically implanted to replace a natural joint (possibly elbow or wrist but usually hip or knee)
artificial kidney
hemodialyzer
a machine that uses dialysis to remove impurities and waste products from the bloodstream before returning the blood to the patient's body
artificial skin a synthetic covering with two layers used experimentally to treat burn victims
food additive
artificial additive
an additive to food intended to improve its flavor or appearance or shelf-life
indirect lighting a concealed lighting fixture
Jarvik heart
Jarvik artificial heart
a kind of artificial heart that has been used with some success
Joint Direct Attack Munition
JDAM
a pinpoint bomb guidance device that can be strapped to a gravity bomb thus converting dumb bombs into smart bombs
light circuit
lighting circuit
wiring that provides power to electric lights
lighting apparatus for supplying artificial light effects for the stage or a film
lighting fixture a fixture providing artificial light
miniature illumination painting or drawing included in a book (especially in illuminated medieval manuscripts)
pacemaker
artificial pacemaker
an implanted electronic device that takes over the function of the natural cardiac pacemaker
reservoir artificial lake
man-made lake
lake used to store water for community use
satellite
artificial satellite
orbiter
man-made equipment that orbits around the earth or the moon
semi-abstraction a semiabstract painting
semi-detached house a dwelling that is attached to something on only one side
semitrailer
semi
a trailer having wheels only in the rear, the front is supported by the towing vehicle
source of illumination any device serving as a source of visible electromagnetic radiation
strip lighting light consisting of long tubes (instead of bulbs) that provide the illumination
trailer truck
tractor trailer
trucking rig
rig articulated lorry
semi
a truck consisting of a tractor and trailer together
natural virtue (scholasticism) one of the four virtues (prudence, justice, fortitude, and temperance) derived from nature
illuminance
illumination
the luminous flux incident on a unit area
natural ability ability that is inherited
endowment
gift
talent
natural endowment
natural abilities or qualities
natural history the scientific study of plants or animals (more observational than experimental) usually published in popular magazines rather than in academic journals
law
natural law
a rule or body of rules of conduct inherent in human nature and essential to or binding upon human society
natural science the sciences involved in the study of the physical world and its phenomena
positive correlation
direct correlation
a correlation in which large values of one variable are associated with large values of the other and small with small, the correlation coefficient is between
and
negative correlation
indirect correlation
a correlation in which large values of one variable are associated with small values of the other, the correlation coefficient is between
and -
physics
natural philosophy r
the science of matter and energy and their interactions, his favorite subject was physics
artificial intelligence
AI
the branch of computer science that deal with writing computer programs that can solve problems creatively, workers in AI hope to imitate or duplicate intelligence in computers and robots
natural language processing
NLP
human language technology
the branch of information science that deals with natural language information
natural theology a theology that holds that knowledge of God can be acquired by human reason without the aid of divine revelation
direct mail advertising sent directly to prospective customers via the mail
direct antonym antonyms that are commonly associated (e.g., `wet' and `dry')
indirect antonym antonyms whose opposition is mediated (e.g., the antonymy of `wet' and `parched' is mediated by the similarity of `parched' to `dry')
direct object
object of the verb
the object that receives the direct action of the verb
indirect object the object that is the recipient or beneficiary of the action of the verb
natural language processor
natural language processing application
an application program that deals with natural language text
direct evidence evidence (usually the testimony of a witness) directly related to the fact in dispute
circumstantial evidence
indirect evidence
evidence providing only a basis for inference about the fact in dispute
circumlocution indirect expression an indirect way of expressing something
natural logarithm
Napierian logarithm
a logarithm to the base e
natural
cancel
a notation cancelling a previous sharp or flat
artificial language a language that is deliberately created for a specific purpose
natural language
tongue
a human written or spoken language used by a community, opposed to e.g. a computer language
indirect discourse a report of a discourse in which deictic terms are modified appropriately (e.g., he said `I am a fool' would be modified to `he said he is a fool')
direct discourse
direct quotation
a report of the exact words used in a discourse (e.g., he said `I am a fool')
wish
indirect request
an expression of some desire or inclination, I could tell that it was his wish that the guests leave, his crying was an indirect request for attention
direct examination (law) the initial questioning of a witness by the party that called the witness
happening
occurrence
occurrent
natural event
an event that happens
direct tide the occurrence of high tide on one side of the earth coinciding with high tide on the opposite side
sheet lighting lightning that appears as a broad sheet, due to reflections of more distant lightning and to diffusion by the clouds
semifinal
semi
one of the two competitions in the next to the last round of an elimination tournament
bittersweet chocolate
semi-sweet chocolate
dark chocolate
chocolate liquor with cocoa butter and small amounts of sugar and vanilla, lecithin is usually added
semi-skimmed milk milk from which some of the cream has been removed
direct sum a union of two disjoint sets in which every element is the sum of an element from each of the disjoint sets
direct mailer a distributor who uses direct mail to sell merchandise
lighting industry an industry devoted to manufacturing and selling and installing lighting
direct-grant school formerly a school that charged tuition fees and also received government grants in return for admitting certain non-paying students who were nominated by the local authorities
Royal Society
Royal Society of London for Improving Natural Knowledge
an honorary English society (formalized inand given a royal charter by Charles II in ) through which the British government has supported science
covering
natural covering
cover
a natural object that covers or envelops, under a covering of dust, the fox was flushed from its cover
direct transmission a transmission mechanism in which the infectious agent is transferred directly into the body via touching or biting or kissing or sexual intercourse or by droplets entering the eye or nose or mouth
enclosure
natural enclosure
a naturally enclosed space
indirect transmission a transmission mechanism in which the infectious agent is transferred to the person by a fomite of vector
natural depression
depression
a sunken or depressed geological formation
natural elevation
elevation
a raised or elevated geological formation
natural order the physical universe considered as an orderly system subject to natural (not human or supernatural) laws
spring
fountain
outflow
outpouring
natural spring
a natural flow of ground water
natural someone regarded as certain to succeed, he's a natural for the job
naturalist
natural scientist
a biologist knowledgeable about natural history (especially botany and zoology)
natural phenomenon all phenomena that are not artificial
direct current
DC
direct electric current
an electric current that flows in one direction steadily
ultraviolet
ultraviolet radiation
ultraviolet light
ultraviolet illumination
UV
radiation lying in the ultraviolet range, wave lengths shorter than light but longer than X rays
direct tax a tax paid directly by the person or organization on whom it is levied
indirect tax a tax levied on goods or services rather than on persons or organizations
natural resource
natural resources
resources (actual and potential) supplied by nature
direct trust
express trust
a trust created by the free and deliberate act of the parties involved (usually on the basis of written documentation)

 

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