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Umstaende Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Umstand {m}; Fall {m}
Umstände {pl}
äußere Umstände
mildernde Umstände
widrige Umstände
unter diesen Umständen; unter den gegebenen Umständen
durch die Umstände bedingt
in äußerst seltenen Fällen
sich den neuen Gegebenheiten anpassen
erschwerende Umstände
unter keinen Umständen
den Umständen entsprechend
eine unglückliche Verkettung von Umständen
bei Vorliegen besonderer Umstände [jur.]
Sie starb unter ungeklärten Umständen.
Er wurde unter noch ungeklärten Umständen ermordet
circumstance
circumstances; conditions; state (of affairs)
external circumstances
mitigating circumstances
difficult circumstances
under in the circumstances; given the circumstances
by force of circumstance
under the rarest of circumstances
to adapt adjust to the new set of circumstances
aggravating circumstances
on no account; under in no circumstances
according to circumstances
an unlucky combination of circumstances
if where exceptional circumstances arise
She died in unexplained circumstances.
He was murdered in circumstances yet to be clarified.
Umstand {m}, Fall {m}
Umstände {pl}
äußere Umstände
mildernde Umstände
widrige Umstände
unter diesen Umständen
unter den gegenwärtigen Umständen, unter den gegebenen Umständen
erschwerende Umstände
unter keinen Umständen
circumstance
circumstances, conditions, state (of affairs)
external circumstances
mitigating circumstances
difficult circumstances
under these circumstances
in the present circumstances
aggravating circumstances
on no account, under no circumstances
Unannehmlichkeit {f}; Unbill {f m n} [geh.]
Unannehmlichkeiten {pl}; Umstände {pl}
jdm. große Umstände bereiten
trotz persönlicher Unannehmlichkeiten
sich Unannehmlichkeiten einhandeln
Wir bitten etwaige Unannehmlichkeiten zu entschuldigen.
Machen Sie sich bitte keine Umstände. Setzen Sie mich am Eck ab.
inconvenience
inconvenience; inconveniences
to put sb. to great inconvenience
at personal inconvenience
to get into trouble
Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.
Please don't inconvenience yourself. Set me down at the corner.
bestimmt; konkret {adj}
zu bestimmten Zeiten
zu einer bestimmten Zeit
bestimmte Umstände; gewisse Umstände
Ich suche ein bestimmtes Buch.
Ich frage aus einem ganz bestimmten Grund.
certain; particular; specific
at specific times
at a specific time
certain circumstances
I'm looking for a particular book.
I am asking for a (particular) reason.
Unannehmlichkeit {f}
Unannehmlichkeiten {pl}, Umstände {pl}
jdm. große Umstände bereiten
trotz persönlicher Unannehmlichkeiten
sich Unannehmlichkeiten einhandeln
inconvenience
inconvenience, inconveniences
to put sb. to great inconvenience
at personal inconvenience
to get into trouble
Unannehmlichkeiten bereiten; Umstände bereiten; belästigen
Unannehmlichkeiten bereitend; Umstände bereitend; belästigend
Unannehmlichkeiten bereitet; Umstände bereitet; belästigt
belästigt
belästigte
to inconvenience
inconveniencing
inconvenienced
inconveniences
inconvenienced
Unannehmlichkeiten bereiten, Umstände bereiten, belästigen
Unannehmlichkeiten bereitend, Umstände bereitend, belästigend
Unannehmlichkeiten bereitet, Umstände bereitet, belästigt
belästigt
belästigte
to inconvenience
inconveniencing
inconvenienced
inconveniences
inconvenienced
Aufheben {n}; Getue {n}; Umstände {pl}
viel Aufhebens von um etw. machen
ohne große weitere Umstände
Der Fall wurde zügig und ohne viel Aufhebens bearbeitet.
ado; fuss
to make a big thing out of sth.
without more further ado
The case was dealt with speedily and without fuss.
Umstaende
instances
Umstände
circumstances
Umstände
conjunctures
nähere Umstände
(further) particulars
glückliche Umstände
happenstances
widrig (Umstände)
unfavourable [Br.]; unfavorable [Am.]
widrig (Umstände)
unfavorable [Am.], unfavourable [Br.]
erschwerende Umstaende
aggravating circumstances
Umstaende, Verhaeltnisse
circumstances
an die gegenwärtigen Umstände
to the present circumstances
außergewöhnliche Umstände
extraordinary circumstances
widrige Umstände
adverse conditions
begleitende Umstände
attendant circumstances
unvorhergesehene Umstände
unforeseen circumstances
glückliche Umstände
fortunate circumstances
Sachlage, Umstände
circumstances
harte Umstände, Härte
hardship
ohne viel Umstände
without much fuss
Umstellung {f} (auf neue Umstände)
adjustment (to new circumstances)
sich ändernde Umstände
altering circumstances
durch glückliche Umstände
owing to favourable circumstances
leicht, ohne Umstände
easily
wenn es die Umstände zulassen
circumstances permitting
von dem Eintritt der genannten Umstände
of the occurrence of said circumstances
Sobald die Umstände es erlauben ...
As soon as (the) circumstances shall permit (allow) ...
Machen Sie keine Umstände!
Don't inconvenience yourself!
sich ändernde Umstände
changing circumstances
Umstände außer unserer Kontrolle
circumstances beyond control
Einzelheiten {pl}; besondere Umstände {pl}; Besonderheiten {pl}
particularities
sonstige die Gefahr berührende Umstände
other circumstances affecting the risk
viel Umstände machen (wegen)
to make a lot of fuss (about)
Machen Sie sich keine Umstände!
Don't go to any trouble!
nicht viel Umstände machen mit
to make short work of
Machen Sie meinetwegen keine Umstände.
Please don't put yourself to any bother on my account.
Machen Sie meinetwegen keine Umstände.
Don't trouble yourself on my account.
Es macht mir überhaupt keine Umstände.
It's no trouble at all.
Machen Sie sich meinetwegen keine Umstände.
Don't trouble yourself on my account.
Wenn es Ihnen keine Umstände macht ...
If it's no trouble to you ...
Getue {n}, Wirbel {m}, Umstände {pl}
ohne weiteres Aufhebens
fuss, ado
with no further ado
glücklich {adj} (auf glückliche Umstände zurückzuführen)
ein glücklicher Sieg
ein glückliches Tor
fluky; flukey
a fluky win
a fluky goal
Hintergründe {pl}; die näheren Umstände {pl}
Vor dem Hintergrund angesichts steigender Preise werden Alternativenergien immer rentabler.
background
Against a background of rising prices alternative energies are becoming more and more profitable.
durch glückliche Umstände; durch einen glücklichen Zufall; in glückhafter Weise [geh.] {adv}
serendipitously
dumm {adj} (Umstände)
Es war nur ein dummer Zufall.
Schließlich wurde es mir zu dumm bunt.
annoying; awkward
It was just an annoying coincidence.
In the end I got tired of the whole business.
widrig {adj}
widriger
am widrigsten
widrige Umstände
widrige Winde
adverse
more adverse
most adverse
adverse conditions
adverse winds
Zusammentreffen {n}; Zusammenfallen {n} (von zwei Dingen)
ein Zusammentreffen günstiger Umstände
concurrence (of two things)
a concurrence of favourable circumstances
dämpfen; abschwächen; mildern {vt}
dämpfend; abschwächend; mildernd
gedämpft; abgeschwächt; gemildert
dämpft; schwächt ab; mildert
dämpfte; schwächte ab; milderte
mildernde Umstände [jur.]
to extenuate
extenuating
extenuated
extenuates
extenuates
extenuating circumstances
auf unerwünschte Weise {adv}
unerwünschte Handlungen setzen
Der Bericht lässt die näheren Umstände in einem unerwünschten Ausmaß außen vor.
undesirably
to act undesirably
The report is undesirably short on background information.
wesentlich; erheblich; grundlegend {adj} [jur.]
eine wesentliche Tatsache
in allen wesentlichen Punkten
jdn. über wesentliche Umstände nicht unterrichten
material
a material fact
in all material respects
to fail to inform sb. about material circumstances
etw. vorsehen; Gegenstand von etw. sein (Sache) [jur.]
die in Artikel 3 angeführten genannten beschriebenen erwähnten dargelegten Umstände
die Transaktionen die Gegenstand dieser Vereinbarung sind
to contemplate sth. (matter)
the circumstances contemplated by article 3
the transactions contemplated by this agreement
Mach Dir keine Umstände ich mach das schon.
Don't put yourself to any bother I'll do it.
nervig {adj} (Menschen Umstände)
nervig sein
annoying; irritating
to annoy; to irritate
unvorhergesehen; ungewöhnlich; widrig {adj}
widrige Umstände
widrige Bedingungen
wenn nichts Unvorhergesehenes geschieht
Er hatte nichts Ungewöhnliches bemerkt.
untoward (formal)
untoward circumstances
untoward conditions
unless anything untoward happens
He had noticed nothing untoward.
äußer; extern; nicht dazugehörig {adj}
äußere Gegebenenheiten Umstände
innere und äußere Faktoren
Belohnungen von außen
Beweise die sich nicht aus Urkunden ergeben [jur.]
Die Kriminalitätsanfälligkeit wird auch von äußeren Kräften bestimmt.
extrinsic
extrinsic circumstances
intrinsic and extrinsic factors
extrinsic rewards
extrinsic evidence
Proneness to crime is also determined by extrinsic forces.
dazu angetan sein; geeignet sein etw. zu bewirken {vt} (Sache)
Umstände die dazu angetan sind einen Konflikt auszulösen
to be capable of achieving sth. (matter)
circumstances capable of giving rise to a conflict
Verhältnisse {pl}; Gegebenheiten {pl}; Umstände {pl}
unter den gegebenen Umständen
etw. an die jeweiligen Gegebenheiten anpassen
die örtlichen Gegebenheiten
die wirtschaftlichen Gegebenheiten
dürftige Verhältnisse
finanzielle Verhältnisse
politische Verhältnisse
städtebauliche Verhältnisse
conditions; circumstances
in the in the light of the prevailing circumstances
to adapt sth. to the prevailing circumstances
the local conditions
the commercial conditions circumstances
narrow circumstances
financial circumstances
political circumstances
urban-planning context
wie ... auch (immer); so ... auch
Wie du es auch machst ...
So schwierig die Umstände auch sein mögen ...
Sosehr er sich auch bemühte ...
wie groß auch immer
wie auch immer benannt
however
However you do it ...
However difficult the circumstances (are) ...
However hard he tried ...
however big
however named
bestimmt, sicher, gewiss {adj}
ganz bestimmt, ganz sicher
bestimme Umstände
certain
for certain
certain circumstances
Falschdarstellung {f} (von Tatsachen); unrichtige Angaben {pl} [jur.]
Falschdarstellungen {pl}; unrichtige Angaben {pl}
schuldlose Falschdarstellung
fahrlässige Falschdarstellung
wissentlich falsche Tatsachendarstellung
unrichtige Angaben über wesentliche Umstände
misrepresentation
misrepresentations
innocent misrepresentation
negligent misrepresentation
fraudulent misrepresentation
material misrepresentation
mit jdm. etw. kurzen Prozess machen nicht viele Umstände viel Federlesen(s) (veraltet) machen
ohne viel Federlesen(s); ohne langes Federlesen
to make short work to sb. sth. to waste no time on sb. sth.
without much ado
jdm. den Prozess machen; jdn. vor Gericht stellen; gegen jdn. verhandeln; jdn. aburteilen (wegen etw.) [jur.]
den Prozess machend; vor Gericht stellend; verhandelnd; aburteilend
den Prozess gemacht; vor Gericht gestellt; verhandelt; abgeurteilt
wegen ... vor Gericht stehen
die Umstände seines Prozesses
Oppositionelle wurde von geheimen Tribunalen abgeurteilt.
to try sb. (for sth.)
trying
tried
be tried for ...
the conditions under which he was tried
Opposition activists were tried by secret tribunals.
etw. (aufgrund äußerer Umstände) mit jdm. etw. in Verbindung Zusammenhang bringen; etw. jdm. etw. zuordnen {vt}
Die Polizei konnte die Straftat keinem bestimmten Täter zuordnen.
Aus den Ermittlungen ergibt sich eine Verbindung zwischen dem Verdächtigen und dem Verschwinden des Mädchens.
Die Liebe zur Natur verbindet die beiden Schriftsteller.
Das aus den Tatortspuren gewonnene DNS-Profil konnte einem Verdächtigen zugeordnet werden.
to link sth. to with sb. sth.; to tie sth. to sb. sth. (make a connection) (fig)
The police were unable to link the crime to a specific offender.
The investigation links the suspect to the girl's disappearance.
A love of nature links the two writers.
The DNA profile obtained from crime scene evidence has been linked tied to a suspect.
Berücksichtigung {f}
unter Berücksichtigung von
ohne Berücksichtigung von
ohne Berücksichtigung
unter Berücksichtigung aller Vorschriften
unter Berücksichtigung aller maßgeblichen Umstände
Berücksichtigung finden
Analyse der indischen Wirtschaft unter besonderer Berücksichtigung des Exports
consideration
in consideration of
without consideration for
regardless of
subject to all regulations
in the light of all the relevant circumstances
to be considered
analysis of the Indian economy with a special focus on export
im Namen von jdm.; im Auftrag von jdm.; namens {prp; +Gen.}
in meinem Namen
im Namen meines Freundes
im Auftrag des Kunden
in eigener Sache tätig werden sein
meinetwegen deinetwegen seinetwegen ihretwegen unsretwegen Ihretwegen {adv}
Ich kann sehr gut für mich selbst sprechen.
Mach dir meinetwegen keine Sorgen.
Mach dir meinetwegen keine Umstände.
Ich spreche hier nur für mich.
on behalf of sb.
on my behalf
in behalf of my friend
on behalf of the client
to act on one's own behalf
on my your his her our their behalf
I'm quite capable of speaking on my own behalf.
Don't worry on my behalf.
Don't go to any trouble on my behalf.
I'm speaking on my own behalf.
Mühe {f}; Umstände {pl}
Mühen {pl}
endlose Mühe
Mühe machen
jdm. Mühe machen; jdm. zur Last fallen
sich die Mühe machen
sich große Mühe geben
sich die größte Mühe geben
mit Mühe und Not
nach des Tages Mühen
viel Mühe an auf etw. wenden
Es ist nicht der Mühe wert.
trouble
troubles
no end of trouble
to give trouble
to be a trouble to sb.
to take the trouble
to take great pains
to try hard
just barely; with pain and misery
after the day's exertion
to take a great deal of trouble over sth.
It is not worth the trouble.; It's not worth worrying about.
Mühe {f}, Umstände {pl}
Mühen {pl}
Mühe machen
jdm. Mühe machen, jdm. zur Last fallen
sich die Mühe machen
sich große Mühe geben
sich die größte Mühe geben
trotz aller Mühe
mit Mühe und Not
nach des Tages Mühen
trouble
troubles
to give trouble
to be a trouble to sb.
to take the trouble
to take great pains
to try hard
in spite of every effort
just barely, with pain and misery
after the day's exertion
etw. verlangen; erfordern; voraussetzen; bedingen (selten) {vt} (Sache)
verlangend; erfordernd; voraussetzend; bedingend
verlangt; erfordert; vorausgesetzt; bedingt
verlangt; erfordert; setzt voraus; bedingt
verlangte; erforderte; setzte voraus; bedingte
wenn besondere Umstände es erfordern
Das Verb 'addieren' verlangt die Präposition 'zu'.
einen großen Aufwand an Energie erfordern
Das verlangt erfordert ...; Dafür bedarf es ...
Die Lage bedingt rasches Handeln.
Für den Kurs werden keine Vorkenntnisse verlangt.
to require sth.
requiring
required
requires
required
when particular circumstances so require
The verb 'add' requires takes [Br.] the preposition 'to'.
to require a great deal of energy
This requires ...
The situation calls for swift action.
No previous knowledge is required for the course.
Eintritt {m}; Eintreten {n} (eines Ereignisses) [jur.]
Eintritt eines Schadenfalls
Eintritt des Versicherungsfalls
ab Eintritt des Verzuges
bei Eintritt des Todes
nach Eintritt des Erbfalls
nach Eintritt der Volljährigkeit
nach Eintritt der Zahlungsunfähigkeit
beim Eintreten von Zahlungsrückständen; wenn es zu Zahlungsrückständen kommt
beim Eintreten des Versicherungsfalls
beim Eintreten außergewöhnlicher Umstände die die Versorgung beeinträchtigen
occurrence (of an event)
occurrence of a loss; occurrence of an event of loss
occurrence of the insurance contingency of the event insured against
from the first day of the delay
upon death
after the death of the testator
after coming of (full) age; after reaching majority
upon insolvency; after insolvency has occurred
when if arrears arise
when if the risk materializes; in the event that the risk scenario materializes
in the event of exceptional circumstances affecting supplies; when if exceptional circumstances occur which affect supplies
Berücksichtigung {f}
unter Berücksichtigung von
unter Berücksichtigung, anbetracht
unter Berücksichtigung des Allgemeinwohls
ohne Berücksichtigung von
ohne Berücksichtigung
unter Berücksichtigung aller Vorschriften
unter Berücksichtigung aller maßgeblichen Umstände
consideration
in consideration of
considering
in due consideration of general public interest
without consideration for
regardless of
subject to all regulations
in the light of all the relevant circumstances
zugrundeliegender Sachverhalt {m}; materielle Umstände {pl}; Hauptsache {f} [jur.]
in der Sache selbst; nach materiellrechtlichen Gesichtspunkten
dem Grund oder der Höhe nach
Klageabweisung aufgrund einer Sachentscheidung
einen Anspruch dem Grunde nach anerkennen
eine Klage als unbegründet abweisen
zur Hauptsache verhandeln; über den Grund des Anspruchs verhandeln
in der Hauptsache entscheiden; eine Sachentscheidung treffen
eine Einwendung zur Hauptsache haben
einen Anspruch auf seine Berechtigung hin überprüfen
Die Vorbringen bezogen sich darauf ob der Klageanspruch begründet ist oder nicht.
merits (of a case)
on the merits
on the merits or in terms of amount
dismissal on the merits
to admit a claim on the merits
to dismiss a complaint on the merits
to deal with a case on its merits
to decide on the merits of the case
to have a defence upon the merits
to examine the merits of a claim
The arguments were directed to the merits or demerits of the claim.

Deutsche Synonyme für Umstaende

umstaende  

Englische Synonyme für circumstance

circumstance  absolute fact  accepted fact  actual fact  adjunct  admitted fact  adventure  affair  appurtenance  aspect  axiom  bald fact  bare fact  bearings  brutal fact  case  circumstances  cold fact  component  conceded fact  condition  conditions  constituent  contents  datum  demonstrable fact  destiny  detail  doom  element  empirical fact  episode  established fact  estate  event  experience  fact  fact of experience  factor  feature  finances  fix  fixings  footing  formality  given fact  go  hap  happening  happenstance  hard fact  heraldry  incident  income  indisputable fact  inescapable fact  ingredient  integrant  item  jam  kismet  location  lot  makings  matter of fact  modality  mode  moira  naked fact  not guesswork  not opinion  occasion  occurrence  part  part and parcel  particular  pass  phenomenon  pickle  place  plain  plight  pomp  portion  position  positive fact  postulate  posture  predicament  pride  provable fact  rank  reality  resources  salient fact  self-evident fact  significant fact  simple fact  situation  sober fact  solemnity  specialty  spot  standing  state  state of affairs  station  status  stubborn fact  the case  the nitty-gritty  thing  turn of events  undeniable fact  weird  well-known fact  
circumstances  affairs  alentours  ambience  ambit  assessed valuation  assets  assets and liabilities  borderlands  circle  circuit  circumambiencies  circumjacencies  compass  concerns  condition of things  conditions  context  current assets  dealings  deferred assets  doings  entourage  environing circumstances  environment  environs  existing conditions  fixed assets  frozen assets  full particulars  funds  gestalt  goings-on  habitat  ins and outs  intangible assets  intangibles  life  liquid assets  march of events  material assets  matters  means  milieu  neighborhood  net assets  net worth  outposts  outskirts  perimeter  periphery  precincts  proceedings  purlieus  quick assets  relations  resources  run of things  set of conditions  situation  state of affairs  status quo  stock  stock-in-trade  suburbs  surroundings  tangible assets  tangibles  the times  the world  total environment  total situation  vicinage  vicinity  wealth  what happens  whole picture  

Lexikoneinträge für circumstance / circumstances; conditions; state (of affairs) / external circumstances / mitigating circumstances / difficult circumstances / under in the circumstances; given the circumstances / by force of circumstance / under the rarest of circumstances / to adapt adjust to the new set of circumstances / aggravating circumstances / on no account; under in no circumstances / according to circumstances / an unlucky combination of circumstances / if where exceptional circumstances arise / She died in unexplained circumstances. / He was murdered in circumstances yet to be clarified.

Account (n.) A reckoning
Account (n.) A registry of pecuniary transactions
Account (n.) A statement in general of reasons, causes, grounds, etc., explanatory of some event
Account (n.) A statement of facts or occurrences
Account (n.) A statement and explanation or vindication of one's conduct with reference to judgment thereon.
Account (n.) An estimate or estimation
Account (n.) Importance
Account (v. t.) To reckon
Account (v. t.) To place to one's account
Account (v. t.) To value, estimate, or hold in opinion
Account (v. t.) To recount
Account (v. i.) To render or receive an account or relation of particulars
Account (v. i.) To render an account
Account (v. i.) To give a satisfactory reason
Account book () A book in which accounts are kept.
Adapt (a.) Fitted
Adapt (v. t.) To make suitable
Adjust (v. t.) To make exact
Adjust (v. t.) To put in order
Adjust (v. t.) To settle or bring to a satisfactory state, so that parties are agreed in the result
Adjust (v. t.) To bring to a true relative position, as the parts of an instrument
Aggravating (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Aggravate
Aggravating (a.) Making worse or more heinous
Aggravating (a.) Exasperating
Arise (v. i.) To come up from a lower to a higher position
Arise (v. i.) To spring up
Arise (v. i.) To proceed
Arise (n.) Rising.
Circumstance (n.) That which attends, or relates to, or in some way affects, a fact or event
Circumstance (n.) An event
Circumstance (n.) Circumlocution
Circumstance (n.) Condition in regard to worldly estate
Circumstance (v. t.) To place in a particular situation
Clarified (imp. & p. p.) of Clarify
Combination (n.) The act or process of combining or uniting persons and things.
Combination (n.) The result of combining or uniting
Combination (n.) The act or process of uniting by chemical affinity, by which substances unite with each other in definite proportions by weight to form distinct compounds.
Combination (n.) The different arrangements of a number of objects, as letters, into groups.
Died (imp. & p. p.) of Die
Difficult (a.) Hard to do or to make
Difficult (a.) Hard to manage or to please
Difficult (v. t.) To render difficult
Exceptional (a.) Forming an exception
External (a.) Outward
External (a.) Outside of or separate from ourselves
External (a.) Outwardly perceptible
External (a.) Not intrinsic nor essential
External (a.) Foreign
External (a.) Away from the mesial plane of the body
External (n.) Something external or without
Force (v. t.) To stuff
Force (n.) A waterfall
Force (n.) Strength or energy of body or mind
Force (n.) Power exerted against will or consent
Force (n.) Strength or power for war
Force (n.) Strength or power exercised without law, or contrary to law, upon persons or things
Force (n.) Validity
Force (n.) Any action between two bodies which changes, or tends to change, their relative condition as to rest or motion
Force (n.) To constrain to do or to forbear, by the exertion of a power not resistible
Force (n.) To compel, as by strength of evidence
Force (n.) To do violence to
Force (n.) To obtain or win by strength
Force (n.) To impel, drive, wrest, extort, get, etc., by main strength or violence
Force (n.) To put in force
Force (n.) To exert to the utmost
Force (n.) To compel (an adversary or partner) to trump a trick by leading a suit of which he has none.
Force (n.) To provide with forces
Force (n.) To allow the force of
Force (v. i.) To use violence
Force (v. i.) To make a difficult matter of anything
Force (v. i.) To be of force, importance, or weight
Force pump () A pump having a solid piston, or plunger, for drawing and forcing a liquid, as water, through the valves
Force pump () A pump adapted for delivering water at a considerable height above the pump, or under a considerable pressure
Granite State () New Hampshire
Mitigating (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Mitigate
Murdered (imp. & p. p.) of Murder
Self-affairs (n. pl.) One's own affairs
State (n.) The circumstances or condition of a being or thing at any given time.
State (n.) Rank
State (n.) Condition of prosperity or grandeur
State (n.) Appearance of grandeur or dignity
State (n.) A chair with a canopy above it, often standing on a dais
State (n.) Estate, possession.
State (n.) A person of high rank.
State (n.) Any body of men united by profession, or constituting a community of a particular character
State (n.) The principal persons in a government.
State (n.) The bodies that constitute the legislature of a country
State (n.) A form of government which is not monarchial, as a republic.
State (n.) A political body, or body politic
State (n.) In the United States, one of the commonwealth, or bodies politic, the people of which make up the body of the nation, and which, under the national constitution, stands in certain specified relations with the national government, and are invested, as commonwealth, with full power in their several spheres over all matters not expressly inhibited.
State (n.) Highest and stationary condition, as that of maturity between growth and decline, or as that of crisis between the increase and the abating of a disease
State (a.) Stately.
State (a.) Belonging to the state, or body politic
State (v. t.) To set
State (v. t.) To express the particulars of
State (n.) A statement
Unlucky (a.) Not lucky
Unlucky (a.) Bringing bad luck
Unlucky (a.) Mischievous

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state the way something is with respect to its main attributes, the current state of knowledge, his state of health, in a weak financial state
tour de force a masterly or brilliant feat
drive thrust
driving force
the act of applying force to propel something, after reaching the desired velocity the drive is cut off
force out
force-out
force play
force
a putout of a base runner who is required to run, the putout is accomplished by holding the ball while touching the base to which the runner must advance before the runner reaches that base, the shortstop got the runner at second on a force
change of state the act of changing something into something different in essential characteristics
combination
combining
compounding a
the act of combining things to form a new whole
Secretary of State the position of the head of the State Department, the position of Secretary of State was established in
Secretary of Veterans Affairs the position of the head of the Department of Veterans Affairs, the post of Secretary of Veterans Affairs was created in
state-sponsored terrorism terrorism practiced by a government against its own people or in support of international terrorism
breathing
external respiration
respiration ventilation
the bodily process of inhalation and exhalation, the process of taking in oxygen from inhaled air and releasing carbon dioxide by exhalation
combination the act of arranging elements into specified groups without regard to order
violence force an act of aggression (as one against a person who resists), he may accomplish by craft in the long run what he cannot do by force and violence in the short one
reconnaissance in force an offensive operation designed to discover or test the enemy's strength (or to obtain other information)
affairs transactions of professional or public interest, news of current affairs, great affairs of state
world affairs
international affairs
affairs between nations, you can't really keep up with world affairs by watching television
vertical integration
vertical combination
absorption into a single firm of several firms involved in all aspects of a product's manufacture from raw materials to distribution
horizontal integration
horizontal combination
absorption into a single firm of several firms involved in the same level of production and sharing resources at that level
external gill occurs in some mollusks and in tadpoles and other immature amphibians
Air Force Research Laboratory
AFRL
a United States Air Force defense laboratory responsible for discovering and developing and integrating fighting technologies for aerospace forces
auxiliary storage
external storage
secondary storage
a data storage device that is not the main memory of a computer
chair of state a ceremonial chair for an exalted or powerful person
combination lock lock that can be opened only by turning dials in a special sequence
combination plane a woodworking plane that has interchangeable cutters of various shapes
Empire State Building a skyscraper built in New York City in ,feet tall
expressway
freeway
motorway
pike state highway
superhighway
throughway
thruway
a broad highway designed for high-speed traffic
external drive a drive with its own power supply and fan mounted outside the computer system enclosure and connected to the computer by a cable
force pump pump used to force a liquid up and expel it under pressure
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
Ohio State University a university in Columbus, Ohio
state prison a prison maintained by a state of the U.S.
effect force (of a law) having legal validity, the law is still in effect
force
forcefulness
strength
physical energy or intensity, he hit with all the force he could muster, it was destroyed by the strength of the gale, a government has not the vitality and forcefulness of a living man
account the quality of taking advantage, she turned her writing skills to good account
account importance or value, a person of considerable account, he predicted that although it is of small account now it will rapidly increase in importance
force a powerful effect or influence, the force of his eloquence easily persuaded them
external body part any body part visible externally
auditory meatus
acoustic meatus
ear canal
auditory canal
external auditory canal
either of the passages in the outer ear from the auricle to the tympanic membrane
external organ an organ that is situated on or near the surface of the body
external ear
outer ear
the part of the ear visible externally
external carotid artery
external carotid
the branch of the carotid artery that supplies blood to the face and tongue and external parts of the head
facial artery
arteria facialis
external maxillary artery
an artery that originates in the external carotid and gives off branches that supply the neck and face
external iliac artery the outer branch of the common iliac artery on either side of the body, becomes the femoral artery
external nasal vein
vena nasalis externa
one of the veins that drain the external nose and empty into the angular or facial vein
external iliac vein a continuation of the femoral vein, unites with the internal iliac vein to form the common iliac vein
external jugular vein formed by the junction of the posterior auricular and the retromandibular veins, empties into the subclavian vein
urethral orifice
external orifice
the orifice through which urine is discharged
external oblique muscle
musculus obliquus externus abdominis
abdominal external oblique muscle
oblique
a diagonally arranged abdominal muscle on either side of the torso
cognitive state
state of mind
the state of a person's cognitive processes
personal business
personal matters
affairs
matters of personal concern, get his affairs in order
religious trance
ecstatic state
a trance induced by intense religious devotion, does not show reduced bodily functions that are typical of other trances
circumstance
condition
consideration
information that should be kept in mind when making a decision, another consideration is the time it would take
mitigating circumstance (law) a circumstance that does not exonerate a person but which reduces the penalty associated with the offense
external outward features, he enjoyed the solemn externals of religion
steady state theory
continuous creation theory
(cosmology) the theory that the universe maintains a constant average density with matter created to fill the void left by galaxies that are receding from each other, the steady state theory has been abandoned in favor of the big bang theory
model
theoretical account
framework
a hypothetical description of a complex entity or process, the computer program was based on a model of the circulatory and respiratory systems
pension plan
pension account
retirement plan
retirement savings plan
retirement savings account
retirement account
retirement program
a plan for setting aside money to be spent after retirement
individual retirement account
IRA
a retirement plan that allows you to contribute a limited yearly sum toward your retirement, taxes on the interest earned in the account are deferred
solid-state physics the branch of physics that studies the properties of materials in the solid state: electrical conduction in crystals of semiconductors and metals, superconductivity, photoconductivity
written record
written account
a written document preserving knowledge of facts or events
history
account
chronicle
story
a record or narrative description of past events, a history of France, he gave an inaccurate account of the plot to kill the president, the story of exposure to lead
bill account invoice an itemized statement of money owed for goods shipped or services rendered, he paid his bill and left, send me an account of what I owe
open account an unpaid credit order
short account the aggregate of short sales on an open market
report
news report
story account write up
a short account of the news, the report of his speech, the story was on the o'clock news, the account of his speech that was given on the evening news made the governor furious
Master in Public Affairs a master's degree in questions of public concern
state's evidence evidence for the prosecution in criminal proceedings
explanation
account
a statement that makes something comprehensible by describing the relevant structure or operation or circumstances etc., the explanation was very simple, I expected a brief account
report account the act of informing by verbal report, he heard reports that they were causing trouble, by all accounts they were a happy couple
act of God
force majeure
vis major
inevitable accident
unavoidable casualty
a natural and unavoidable catastrophe that interrupts the expected course of events, he discovered that his house was not insured against acts of God
circumstance formal ceremony about important occasions, pomp and circumstance
combination salad containing meat or chicken or cheese in addition to greens and vegetables
clarified butter
drawn butter
butter made clear by heating and removing the sediment of milk solids
combination an alliance of people or corporations or countries for a special purpose (formerly to achieve some antisocial end but now for general political or economic purposes)
combination in restraint of trade (law) any monopoly or contract or combination or conspiracy intended to restrain commerce (which are illegal according to antitrust laws of the United States)
Force formed in as a personal security force for Arafat and other PLO leaders, became one of PLO's elite units, has built an extensive infrastructure of terrorist cells and weapon depots in Europe while attacking Israeli targets
Irish National Liberation Army
INLA
People's Liberation Army
People's Republican Army
Catholic Reaction Force
a radical terrorist group dedicated to the removal of British forces from Northern Ireland and the unification of Ireland
Kaplan Group
Association of Islamic Groups and Communities
Caliphate State
a Turkish terrorist group of fundamentalist Muslims with ties to al-Qaeda that operates in Germany, seeks the violent overthrow of the Turkish government and the establishment of an Islamic nation modeled on Iran
Loyalist Volunteer Force a terrorist group formed in in Northern Ireland, seeks to prevent the peace process, murders Catholics and any Protestant leaders who favor peace
United Self-Defense Force of Colombia
United Self-Defense Group of Colombia
Autodefensas Unidas de Colombia
AUC
a terrorist organization in Colombia formed in as an umbrella for local and regional paramilitary groups, is financed by earnings from narcotics and serves to protect the economic interests of its members, the AUC conducted over assassinations in one year
authoritarian state
authoritarian regime
a government that concentrates political power in an authority not responsible to the people
defense defence defense force
defence force
an organization of defenders that provides resistance against attack, he joined the defense against invasion
sales department
sales division
sales force
the division of a business that is responsible for selling products or services
State Department a department of government in one of thestates
Department of State
United States Department of State
State Department
State DoS
the federal department in the United States that sets and maintains foreign policies, the Department of State was created in
Department of Veterans Affairs
VA
the United States federal department responsible for the interests of military veterans, created in
state
nation
country
land
commonwealth
res publica
body politic
a politically organized body of people under a single government, the state has elected a new president, African nations, students who had come to the nation's capitol, the country's largest manufacturer, an industrialized land
rogue state
renegade state
rogue nation
a state that does not respect other states in its international actions
church-state a state ruled by religious authority
city state
city-state
a state consisting of a sovereign city
welfare state a government that undertakes responsibility for the welfare of its citizens through programs in public health and public housing and pensions and unemployment compensation etc.
puppet government
puppet state
pupet regime
a government that is appointed by and whose affairs are directed by an outside authority that may impose hardships on those governed
state the group of people comprising the government of a sovereign state, the state has lowered its income tax
labor force
labor pool
the source of trained people from which workers can be hired
task force a temporary military unit formed to accomplish a particular objective
United States Air Force Academy
US Air Force Academy
a school for training men and women to become officers in the United States Air Force
Royal Air Force
RAF
the airforce of Great Britain
air force
airforce
the airborne branch of a country's armed forces
United States Air Force
U. S. Air Force
US Air Force
Air Force USAF
the airforce of the United States of America, the agency that defends the United States through control and exploitation of air and space
Air Force Space Command
AFSPC
a command of the United States Air Force that is responsible for defending the United States through its space and intercontinental ballistic missile operations
Air Force Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance
Air Force ISR
AFISR
an agency focused on ensuring that the United States military attains information superiority, operates worldwide ground sites and an array of airborne reconnaissance and surveillance platforms