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Kulturverfahren {n} (Laboruntersuchung) [biol.] [med.]
Kulturverfahren {pl}
culture method; culture technique (laboratory examination)
culture methods; culture techniques
Kulturflasche {f} (Laborgerät) [biol.] [med.]
Kulturflaschen {pl}
culture flask; culture bottle (laboratory device)
culture flasks; culture bottles
Unternehmenskultur {f}
corporate culture; organizational culture [eAm.]; organisational culture [Br.]
Kulturschale {f} (Laborgerät) [biol.] [med.]
Kulturschalen {pl}
culture dish (laboratory device)
culture dishes
Kulturplatte {f} (Laborgerät) [biol.] [med.]
Kulturplatten {pl}
culture plate (laboratory device)
culture plates
Kulturansatz {m} (Laboruntersuchung) [biol.] [med.]
Kulturansätze {pl}
culture preparation (laboratory examination)
culture preparations
Bakterienzüchtung {f}; Bakterienkultur {f}
Bakterienzüchtungen {pl}; Bakterienkulturen {pl}
Bakterienkultur im hängenden Tropfen
bacterial culture; bacteriological culture; microbic culture
bacterial cultures; bacteriological cultures; microbic cultures
hanging drop culture
Esskultur {f}
food culture; dining culture
Zuchtperle {f}
Zuchtperlen {pl}
culture pearl
culture pearls
Musikkultur {f} [mus.]
Musikkultur {f}
music culture
musical culture
Kulturpalast {m}
Kulturpaläste {pl}
palace of culture
palaces of culture
Bestattungskultur {f}
sepulchral culture; funeral culture
Unternehmenskultur {f}
corporate culture, organizational culture
Esskultur {f}
food culture, dining culture
Wissenschaftskultur {f} [sci.]
scientific culture; science culture
Kulturhoheit {f}; Kulturautonomie {f}
independence in matters of education and culture; autonomy in cultural and aducational matters; Sovereignty of Culture
Kulturhoheit {f}, Kulturautonomie {f}
independence in matters of education and culture, autonomy in cultural and aducational matters, Sovereignty of Culture
Popkultur {f}; Populärkultur {f}
pop culture; popular culture
Bebauung
culture
Kultur
culture
Hochkultur {f}
high culture
Urnenfelderkultur {f} [hist.]
urn field culture
Firmenkultur {f}
corporate culture
Geschichtskultur {f}
historical culture
Gesundheitskultur {f}
health culture
Seidenbau {m}
silk culture
Nestbau-Kultur {f} [soc.]
nesting culture
Kulturlosigkeit {f}
lack of culture
deutsche Kultur
German culture
Schönheitspflege {f}
beauty culture
Schrägkultur {f}
slant culture
Kultur {f}
Kulturen {pl}
culture
cultures
Kulturschock {m} [soc.]
culture shock
Kosmetik {f}; Kosmetikbranche {f}
beauty culture
Konsenskultur {f} [soc.]
culture of consensus; consensus culture
Hochschulkultur {f}; akademische Kultur {f} [stud.]
academic culture
Gewebekultur {f} [biol.]
tissue culture
Anspruchsdenken {n} gegenüber dem Staat
dependency culture
Alternativkultur {f}
alternative culture
Reinkultur {f}
pure culture
Kulturschock {m}
culture shock
Kosmetik {f}
beauty culture
Bakterienkultur {f}
bacterial culture
Reinkultur
pure culture
Seidenbau
silk culture
Fischzucht
pisci culture
Zuchtperlen
culture pearls
Kulturschock
culture shock
Zuchtperle
culture pearl
Schönheitspflege
beauty culture
Nuraghen-Kultur {f} (auf Sardinien) [hist.]
Nuraghic culture (on Sardinia)
Trichterbecherkultur {f} (Archäologie)
Funnel Beaker Culture
Kugelamphorenkultur {f} (Archäologie)
Globular Amphora Culture
(bakteriologische) Reinkultur {f}; Reinzucht {f} [biol.]
pure culture (of bacteria etc.)
Fischzucht {f}
pisciculture; pisci culture
Fischzucht {f}
pisciculture, pisci culture
Kultur {f} (angebaute Pflanzen) [agr.]
culture (grown plants)
Laborschale {f}; Petrischale {f} [biochem.] [med.]
Laborschalen {pl}; Petrischalen {pl}
culture dish; Petri dish
culture dishes; Petri dishes
Nährmedium {n}, Nährboden {m}
nutrient solution, culture medium
Kulturmedium {n} (Laboruntersuchung) [biol.] [med.]
culture medium (laboratory examination)
Kulturflüssigkeit {f} (Laboruntersuchung) [biol.] [med.]
culture fluid (laboratory examination)
Kultur {f} (gezüchtete Mikroorganismen) [biol.] [med.]
pflanzliche Gewebekulturen
culture (grown microorganisms)
plant tissue cultures
Landeskunde {f} (im Fremdsprachenunterricht) [school] [stud.]
culture and society of the country (in foreign language teaching)
Ständige Konferenz der Kultusministerien aller Bundesländer KMK
Standing Staff of Conference of the Ministries of Culture Affairs
Ständige Konferenz der Kultusministerien aller Bundesländer (KMK)
Standing Staff of Conference of the Ministries of Culture Affairs
Kulturtteil {m} (einer Zeitung Sendung)
culture section; arts section (of a newspaper broadcast)
Objektträgerkultur {f} (Mikroskop) [biol.]
Objektträgerkulturen {pl}
slide culture (microscope)
slide cultures
Substrat {n}; Nährboden {m} [biol.]
substrate; nutrient medium; culture medium
Zellkultur {f} [biol.]
Zellkulturen {pl}
cell culture
cell cultures
Kulturinstitut {n}
Kulturinstitut {n}
cultural institute
institute of culture
Mikroorganismus {m} [biol.]
Mikroorganismen {pl}
Mikroorganismen züchten
microorganism
microorganisms
to culture microorganisms
Hochkultur {f}; hochentwickelte Zivilisation {f}
Hochkulturen {pl}; hochentwickelte Zivilisationen {pl}
advanced civilization; advanced culture
advanced civilizations
fremd; wesensfremd; gebietsfremd; nicht heimisch; fremdländisch {adj} [bot.] [zool.] [soc.]
wesensfremde Kultur
Zuführung gebietsfremder oder neuer Arten
alien
alien culture
introduction of alien or new species
Nährmedium {n}; Nährboden {m} [biol.]
nutrient medium; culture medium; growth medium
Forstkulturgerät {n}
forestry equipment; forestry tools; forest culture tools
vorschriftlich {adj}
Kultur {f} ohne schriftliche Zeugnisse
preliterate
preliterate culture
sich mit jdm. etw. verbunden fühlen {vr}
Ich fühle mich mit der argentinischen Kultur verbunden.
to feel a connection with sb. sth.; to feel connected to sb. sth.
I feel a connection with Argentine culture.
Sterilbank {f} [biol.]
laminar flow cabinet; laminar flow closet; tissue culture hood; laminar flow hood; clean bench
Thema {n}; Themengebiet {n}; Themenbereich {m}; Sachgebiet {n}
Themen {pl}; Themata {pl}; Themengebiete {pl}; Themenbereiche {pl}; Sachgebiete {pl}
zum Thema Kultur und Politik
das Thema wechseln
vom Thema abschweifen
beim Thema bleiben
Lenk nicht (vom Thema) ab!
konfliktträchtiges Thema
ein Buch zum Thema Sprache
Ich habe dazu zu diesem Thema nichts weiter zu sagen
Es ist kein Diskussionsthema ausgeschlossen.
Der Tod ist ein schwieriges Gesprächsthema.
Wir kamen auf die amerikanischen Ratingagenturen zu sprechen.
subject (of)
subjects
on the subject of culture and politics
to change the subject
to stray from the subject; to wander off the point
to stick to the subject
Don't change the subject!
loaded subject topic
a book on the subject topic of language
I have nothing more to say on the subject.
No subject for discussion is barred.
Death is a difficult topic subject to talk about.
The subject of American credit rating agencies came up.
Wirtschaft {f}; Ökonomie {f} (Wirtschaftsaktivitäten) [econ.]
boomende Wirtschaft
expandierende Wirtschaft
freie Wirtschaft
gelenkte Wirtschaft
heimische Wirtschaft
moderne Wirtschaft
öffentliche Wirtschaft
Privatwirtschaft {f}
Modell der freien Wirtschaft
in der gesamten Wirtschaft
die Beschäftigung im Kultursektor und in der Wirtschaft insgesamt
Die positiven Folgen werden sich erst in einiger Zeit in der Wirtschaft bemerkbar machen.
Dienstleistungen spielen eine Schlüsselrolle in der Wirtschaft und im Leben jedes einzelnen Bürgers.
economy; economic system
vibrant economy
expanding economy
private enterprise
controlled economy; directed economy
home industry; domestic industry; national industry
modern economy
public sector (of the economy)
private sector (of the economy)
model of competitive economy
in the economy as a whole
employment in the culture sector and the wider economy
It will take time for the positive effects to work their way through the economic system.
Services play a key role in the economy and in the life of every citizen.

Deutsche Synonyme für Kulturverfahren {n} (Laboruntersuchung) [biol.] [med.] / Kulturverfahren {pl}

Englische Synonyme für culture method; culture technique

culture  Acheulean  Aurignacian  Azilian  Chellean  Eolithic  Neolithic  Paleolithic  Pre-Chellean  Solutrean  acculturation  acquired taste  agrarianism  agricultural geology  agriculture  agrology  agronomics  agronomy  appreciation of excellence  background  backset  bibliolatry  bibliomania  bluestockingism  book learning  book madness  bookiness  bookishness  booklore  breed  breeding  cation  choiceness  civility  civilization  civilized taste  civilizedness  class  classical scholarship  classicism  community  complex  contour farming  contour plowing  cultivate  cultivated taste  cultivating  cultivation  cultural drift  culture area  culture center  culture complex  culture conflict  culture contact  culture pattern  culture trait  customs  cut  daintiness  delicacy  delve  dig  dirt farming  discernment  discrimination  donnishness  dress  dressing  dry farming  dryland farming  education  elegance  enculturation  enlightenment  eruditeness  erudition  ethnic group  ethos  excellence  fallow  fallowing  farm  farm economy  farming  fastidiousness  fatten  feed  fertilize  finesse  folkways  force  fruit farming  furrowing  genteelness  gentility  gentlemanlikeness  gentlemanliness  gentleness  geoponics  good breeding  good taste  grace  gracefulness  gracility  graciosity  graciousness  grain farming  grow  harrow  harrowing  hatch  hoe  hoeing  humanism  humanistic scholarship  husbandry  hydroponics  intellectualism  intellectuality  intensive farming  keep  key trait  ladylikeness  learnedness  learning  letters  list  listing  literacy  mixed farming  mores  mulch  nation  nationality  niceness  nicety  nurture  pedantism  pedantry  people  plow  plowing  polish  prune  pruning  quality  race  raise  rake  ranch  reading  rear  refinement  run  rural economy  savoir faire  savoir-faire  scholarship  sharecropping  socialization  society  sophist  sophistication  spade  speech community  stock  strain  strip farming  suavity  subsistence farming  subtl  
cultured  abstruse  advanced  ameliorated  beautified  bettered  civilized  converted  cultivated  dainty  deep  delicate  developed  discriminating  distingue  educated  elegant  embellished  encyclopedic  enhanced  enlightened  enriched  erudite  fastidious  fine  genteel  gentle  gentlemanlike  gentlemanly  graceful  gracile  gracious  highbred  improved  ladylike  learned  lettered  literate  nice  pansophic  perfected  polished  polyhistoric  polymath  polymathic  profound  refined  reformed  scholarly  scholastic  sophisticated  studious  subtle  transfigured  transformed  urbane  well-bred  well-brought-up  wise  

Lexikoneinträge für culture

Culture (n.) The act or practice of cultivating, or of preparing the earth for seed and raising crops by tillage
Culture (n.) The act of, or any labor or means employed for, training, disciplining, or refining the moral and intellectual nature of man
Culture (n.) The state of being cultivated
Culture (v. t.) To cultivate
Self-culture (n.) Culture, training, or education of one's self by one's own efforts.

Weitere Lexikoneinträge

culture the raising of plants or animals, the culture of oysters
cranberry culture the cultivation of cranberries
drip culture a hydroponic method of growing plants by allowing nutrient solutions to drip slowly onto an inert medium in which the plants are growing
culture (biology) the growing of microorganisms in a nutrient medium (such as gelatin or agar), the culture of cells in a Petri dish
culture shock a condition of disorientation affecting someone who is suddenly exposed to an unfamiliar culture or way of life or set of attitudes
culture the tastes in art and manners that are favored by a social group
mass culture the culture that is widely disseminated via the mass media
acculturation
culture
all the knowledge and values shared by a society
culture the attitudes and behavior that are characteristic of a particular social group or organization, the developing drug culture, the reason that the agency is doomed to inaction has something to do with the FBI culture
Kalashnikov culture the attitudes and behavior in a social group that resolves political disputes by force of arms, the Kalashnikov culture in Afghanistan
mosaic culture a highly diverse culture, the city's mosaic culture results in great diversity in the arts
culture
civilization civilisation
a particular society at a particular time and place, early Mayan civilization
youth culture young adults (a generational unit) considered as a cultural class or subculture
Aegean civilization
Aegean civilisation
Aegean culture
the prehistoric civilization on the islands in the Aegean sea and the surrounding countries, by BC the entire Aegean had adopted this style of pottery
Helladic civilization
Helladic civilisation
Helladic culture
the bronze-age culture of mainland Greece that flourished - BC
Minoan civilization
Minoan civilisation
Minoan culture
the bronze-age culture of Crete that flourished - BC
Cycladic civilization
Cycladic civilisation
Cycladic culture
Cyclades
the Bronze Age civilization on the Cyclades islands in the southern Aegean Sea that flourished - BC
Mycenaean civilization
Mycenaean civilisation
Mycenaean culture
the late bronze-age culture of Mycenae that flourished - BC
Paleo-American culture
Paleo-Amerind culture
Paleo-Indian culture
the prehistoric culture of the earliest human inhabitants of North America and South America
Clovis culture the Paleo-American culture of Central America and North America, distinguished chiefly by sharp fluted projectile points made of obsidian or chalcedony
Folsom culture the Paleo-American culture of Central America and North America, distinguished chiefly by a thin finely made flint projectile point having the shape of a leaf
Western culture
Western civilization
the modern culture of western Europe and North America, when Ghandi was asked what he thought of Western civilization he said he thought it would be a good idea
polish
refinement
culture
cultivation
finish
a highly developed state of perfection, having a flawless or impeccable quality, they performed with great polish, I admired the exquisite refinement of his prose, almost an inspiration which gives to all work that finish which is almost art--Joseph Conrad
culture medium
medium
(bacteriology) a nutrient substance (solid or liquid) that is used to cultivate micro-organisms
prehistory
prehistoric culture
the time during the development of human culture before the appearance of the written word
culture grow in a special preparation, the biologist grows microorganisms

 

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Culture can be defined in numerous ways. In the words of anthropologist E.B. Tylor it is "that complex whole which includes knowledge, belief, art, morals, law, custom and any other capabilities and habits acquired by man as a member of society." Alternatively, in a contemporary variant, "Culture is defined as a social domain that emphasizes the practices, discourses, and material expressions, which, over time, express the continuities and discontinuities of social meaning of a life held in common."
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