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vollkommen Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

im Ganzen; vollkommen; völlig; gänzlich; vollends; ganz und gar {adv}
Das ist etwas ganz vollkommen anderes.
altogether
That's a different matter altogether.
vollkommen
quintessential
vollkommen
absolutely
vollkommen
perfect
vollkommen
plenarily
vollkommen
plenary
vollkommen
quintessentially
vollkommen
totally
vollkommen
unflawed
vollkommen
completely
vollkommen {adv}
quintessentially
vollkommen {adv}
totally
vollkommen {adv}
plenarily
vollkommen machen
perfect
vollendet; vollkommen {adj}
consummate
vollkommen {adv}; vollendet {adv}
consummately {adv}
vollkommen, völlig
absolutely
perfekt, vollkommen
perfect
im Ganzen, vollkommen
altogether
noch nicht vollkommen
unperfected
vollkommen; makellos; fehlerlos {adj}
unflawed
absolut, vollkommen, völlig {adj}
absolute
vollkommen verausgabt sein {vi}
to be dead on one's feet
wesentlich; vollkommen {adj}; Kern...
quintessential
vollkommen verausgabt sein
to be dead on one's feet
absolut; vollkommen; völlig {adj}
absolute
versiert {adj}
vollkommen {adj}
vollendet {adj}
accomplished {adj}
accomplished {adj}
accomplished {adj}
perfekt, vollkommen, vollendet, überzeugend {adj}
perfect
umfassend; unbeschränkt; vollkommen {adj}
absolute Macht {f}
plenary
plenary power
perfekt; vollkommen; vollendet; überzeugend; fehlerfrei {adj}
perfect
(vollkommen) erledigen, fertigmachen {vt}
erledigend, fertigmachend
erledigt, fertiggemacht
to clobber [coll.]
clobbering
clobbered
völlig geschockt; vollkommen erschüttert {adj} [psych.]
wie vom Blitz getroffen wie vom Donner gerührt sein
shell-shocked
to be shell-shocked
ganz; vollständig {adj}
Sie ist im ganzen Land berühmt.
Unser Haus ist vollkommen neu gestrichen worden.
throughout
She's famous throughout the country.
Our house has been repainted throughout.
völlig; total; gänzlich; vollkommen; rundum {adv}
Ich bin völlig fertig.
totally
I am totally exhausted.
äußerst; total; völlig; vollkommen {adj}
äußerst; höchst...; größt...
vollkommener Blödsinn
in völliger Verzweiflung
totaler Horror
utter
utmost; uttermost
utter nonsense
in utter despair
utter horror
elastisch; dehnbar {adj}
elastischer; dehnbarer
am elastischsten; am dehnbarsten
vollkommen elastisch
Luxus ist ein dehnbarer Begriff.
elastic; elastical
more elastic
most elastic
completely elastic
Luxury is an elastic concept.
auf jdn. etw. setzen
Es wird allgemein erwartet dass der Schauspieler die Rolle als ... bekommt.
Das Buch gilt als potenzieller Bestseller.
Man rechnet damit dass Erdgas das Verkehrswesen vollkommen verändern wird.
to tip so. sth. [eBr.]
The actor has been tipped for the role of...
The book has been tipped as a bestseller.
Natural gas ist tipped to transform the transport industry.
verkehrt {adj}
die verkehrte Richtung
verkehrt herum
etw. verkehrt machen
Es ist vollkommen verkehrt.
wrong
the wrong direction
the wrong way around
to do sth. wrong
It is all wrong.
spotten {vi}
spottend
gespottet
über jdn. etw. spotten; sich über jdn. etw. lustig machen
nicht zu verachten
Spotte nicht - sie hat vollkommen Recht.
to mock; to scoff
mocking; scoffing
mocked; scoffed
to scoff at sb. sth.
not to be scoffed at
Don't scoff - she's absolutely right.
unelastisch {adj}
vollkommen unelastisch
inelastic; inelastical
completely inelastic
vollendet; vollkommen {adj}
nicht umgesetzt; nicht vollendet
consummated
unconsummated
(sich) etw. zerreißen; zerfetzen {vt}
zerreißend; zerfetzend
zerrissen; zerfetzt
er sie zerreißt; er sie zerfetzt
ich er sie zerriss; ich er sie zerfetzte
er sie hat hatte zerrissen; er sie hat hatte zerfetzt
Ich habe mir die Jeanshose am Zaun zerrissen.
Die Fahnen waren in zwei Teile gerissen worden.
Ungeduldig riss sie den Brief auf.
etw. in Stücke reißen; vollkommen zerfetzen
Seine Kleider waren alt und zerfetzt.
to tear sth. {tore; torn}; to rip sth.
tearing; ripping
torn; ripped
he she tears; he she rips
I he she tore; he she ripped
he she has had torn; he she has had ripped
I ripped my jeans on the fence.
The flags had been ripped in two.
Impatiently she ripped the letter open.
to tear sth. to pieces shreds
His clothes were old and torn ripped.
sich einer Sache bewusst gewahr [Schw.] sein; sich über eine Sache im Klaren sein {vi}; jdm. gewärtig sein [geh.] {vi}; etw. (schon) wissen {vt}
nicht bewusst
sich einer Sache nicht bewusst sein
sich der Bedeutung des Falles bewusst sein
etw. merken; etw. bemerken; etw. gewahr werden [poet.]
jdn. auf etw. hinweisen; jdn. auf etw. aufmerksam machen; jdn. von etw. in Kenntnis setzen
Ich bin mir dessen bewusst.
Wie Ihnen bekannt sein dürfte ...
Wir müssen dafür sorgen dass diese Fragen unseren Bürgern auf allen Ebenen gewärtig sind.
Er wurde auf die Notwendigkeit absoluter Geheimhaltung hingewiesen.
Es ist mir durchaus vollkommen voll und ganz bewusst dass ...; Ich bin mir der Tatsache durchaus bewusst dass ...
Das Wissen alleine dass diese Probleme bestehen ist aber zu wenig.
to be aware; to be cognizant cognisant (formal); to be sensible [poet.] of sth.
unaware; incognisant; incognizant
to be unaware of sth.
to be cognizant of the importance of the case
to become aware of sth.
to make sb. aware of sth.
I'm aware of that.
As you will be aware of ...
We need to ensure that our citizens are aware of these issues at all levels.
He has been made aware of the need for absolute secrecy.
I am perfectly aware of the fact that ...
Being aware of these problems is however not enough.

Deutsche Synonyme für vollkommen

vollkommen  
im  Ganzen  vollkommen  
bestmöglich  ideal  optimal  perfekt  vollkommen  
anständig  einwandfrei  fehlerfrei  fehlerlos  ideal  makellos  meisterhaft  mustergültig  perfekt  tadellos  untadelig  vollendet  vollkommen  vorbildlich  vortrefflich  vorzüglich  
absolut  bis  über  beide  Ohren  (umgangssprachlich)  durch  und  durch  durchweg  gänzlich  hundertprozentig  konsistent  mit  Herz  und  Seele  richtig  rundweg  total  völlig  voll  (umgangssprachlich)  vollauf  vollends  vollkommen  vollständig  

Englische Synonyme für altogether

altogether  above  absolutely  across the board  additionally  again  all  all in all  all included  all put together  all things considered  all told  also  among other things  and all  and also  and so  as a body  as a rule  as a whole  as an approximation  as well  at large  au reste  bareness  beside  besides  beyond  birthday suit  bodily  broadly  broadly speaking  by and large  chiefly  collectively  commonly  completely  comprehensively  corporately  decollete  ecdysiast  else  en bloc  en masse  en plus  entirely  exactly  exhaustively  extra  farther  for lagniappe  fully  further  furthermore  generally  generally speaking  globally  gymnosophist  gymnosophy  hundred per cent  in a body  in addition  in all  in all respects  in bulk  in full  in full measure  in general  in its entirety  in the aggregate  in the gross  in the lump  in the main  in the mass  in toto  inclusively  inside out  integrally  inter alia  into the bargain  item  just  largely  likewise  mainly  more  moreover  mostly  nakedness  naturism  naturist  normally  not a stitch  nudism  nudist  nudity  on all counts  on balance  on the side  on the whole  on top of  one and all  ordinarily  outright  over  overall  perfectly  plumb  plus  predominantly  prevailingly  quite  right  roughly  roughly speaking  roundly  routinely  similarly  speaking generally  state of nature  stick  stripper  stripteaser  the altogether  the nude  the raw  then  therewith  thoroughly  to boot  to the hilt  too  toplessness  totally  tout a fait  tout ensemble  unconditionally  unreservedly  usually  utterly  wholly  yet  

Lexikoneinträge für altogether / That's a different matter altogether.

Altogether (adv.) All together
Altogether (adv.) Without exception
Matter (n.) That of which anything is composed
Matter (n.) That of which the sensible universe and all existent bodies are composed
Matter (n.) That with regard to, or about which, anything takes place or is done
Matter (n.) That which one has to treat, or with which one has to do
Matter (n.) Affair worthy of account
Matter (n.) Inducing cause or occasion, especially of anything disagreeable or distressing
Matter (n.) Amount
Matter (n.) Substance excreted from living animal bodies
Matter (n.) That which is permanent, or is supposed to be given, and in or upon which changes are effected by psychological or physical processes and relations
Matter (n.) Written manuscript, or anything to be set in type
Matter (v. i.) To be of importance
Matter (v. i.) To form pus or matter, as an abscess
Matter (v. t.) To regard as important
Matter-of-fact (a.) Adhering to facts
Subject-matter (n.) The matter or thought presented for consideration in some statement or discussion

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

matter that which has mass and occupies space, physicists study both the nature of matter and the forces which govern it
matter (used with negation) having consequence, they were friends and it was no matter who won the games
grey matter
gray matter
grey substance
gray substance
substantia grisea
greyish nervous tissue containing cell bodies as well as fibers, forms the cerebral cortex consisting of unmyelinated neurons
white matter
substantia alba
whitish nervous tissue of the CNS consisting of neurons and their myelin sheaths
matter affair
thing
a vaguely specified concern, several matters to attend to, it is none of your affair, things are going well
matter a problem, is anything the matter?
topic
subject issue
matter
some situation or event that is thought about, he kept drifting off the topic, he had been thinking about the subject for several years, it is a matter for the police
matter of fact a matter that is an actual fact or is demonstrable as a fact
conservation of mass
conservation of matter
law of conservation of mass
law of conservation of matter
a fundamental principle of classical physics that matter cannot be created or destroyed in an isolated system
matter written works (especially in books or magazines), he always took some reading matter with him on the plane
text
textual matter
the words of something written, there were more than a thousand words of text, they handed out the printed text of the mayor's speech, he wants to reconstruct the original text
copy written matter matter to be printed, exclusive of graphical materials
front matter
prelims
written matter preceding the main text of a book
back matter
end matter
written matter following the main text of a book
message
content
subject matter
substance
what a communication that is about something is about
crux
crux of the matter
the most important point
question of fact
matter of fact
a disputed factual contention that is generally left for a jury to decide
question of law
matter of law
a disputed legal contention that is generally left for a judge to decide
artwork
art
graphics nontextual matter
photographs or other visual representations in a printed publication, the publisher was responsible for all the artwork in the book
picture
pictorial matter
illustrations used to decorate or explain a text, the dictionary had many pictures
tabulation
tabular matter
information set out in tabular form
foregone conclusion
matter of course
an inevitable ending
raw
altogether
birthday suit
informal terms for nakedness, in the raw, in the altogether, in his birthday suit
state of matter
state
(chemistry) the three traditional states of matter are solids (fixed shape and volume) and liquids (fixed volume and shaped by the container) and gases (filling the container), the solid state of water is called ice
dark matter (cosmology) a hypothetical form of matter that is believed to make uppercent of the universe, it is invisible (does not absorb or emit light) and does not collide with atomic particles but exerts gravitational force
particulate
particulate matter
a small discrete mass of solid or liquid matter that remains individually dispersed in gas or liquid emissions (usually considered to be an atmospheric pollutant)
fecal matter
faecal matter
feces
faeces
BM
stool
ordure
dejection a
solid excretory product evacuated from the bowels
waste
waste material
waste matter
waste product
any materials unused and rejected as worthless or unwanted, they collect the waste once a week, much of the waste material is carried off in the sewers
vegetable matter matter produced by plants or growing in the manner of a plant
count
matter
weigh
have weight, have import, carry weight, It does not matter much
matter to
interest
be of importance or consequence, This matters to me!
bare-assed
bare-ass
in the altogether
in the buff
in the raw
raw
peeled
naked as a jaybird
stark naked
(used informally) completely unclothed
matter-of-course expected or depended upon as a natural or logical outcome
matter-of-fact
pragmatic
pragmatical
concerned with practical matters, a matter-of-fact (or pragmatic) approach to the problem, a matter-of-fact account of the trip
matter-of-fact
prosaic
not fanciful or imaginative, local guides describe the history of various places in matter-of-fact tones, a prosaic and unimaginative essay
wholly
entirely
completely totally
all
altogether whole
to a complete degree or to the full or entire extent (`whole' is often used informally for `wholly'), he was wholly convinced, entirely satisfied with the meal, it was completely different from what we expected, was completely at fault, a totally new situation, the directions were all wrong, it was not altogether her fault, an altogether new approach, a whole new idea
altogether
all told
in all
with everything included or counted, altogether he earns close to a million dollars
for that matter as far as that is concerned, for that matter I don't care either
regardless
irrespective
disregardless
no matter
disregarding
in spite of everything, without regard to drawbacks, he carried on regardless of the difficulties
in fact
in point of fact
as a matter of fact
in reality or actuality, in fact, it was a wonder anyone survived, painters who are in fact anything but unsophisticated, as a matter of fact, he is several inches taller than his father
all in all
on the whole
altogether tout ensemble
with everything considered (and neglecting details), altogether, I'm sorry it happened, all in all, it's not so bad
come hell or high water
no matter what happens
whatever may come
in spite of all obstacles, we'll go to Tibet come hell or high water

 

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