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Oscar m (Filmpreis)
Oscar; Academy Award
Oscar m (Filmpreis)
Oscar, Academy Award
die EGOT-Preise pl (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar und Tony) art
EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony awards) Am. coll.
jdn. für etw. nominieren v
nominierend
nominiert
nominiert
nominierte
jdn. für die Wahl zum Bürgermeister nominieren
Sie ist für den Oscar als beste Nebendarstellerin in diesem Film nominiert.
to nominate sb. for sth.
nominating
nominated
nominates
nominated
to nominate sb. for mayor
She has been nominated for an Oscar as best supporting actress in this film.
Kandidat m; Anwärter m; Bewerber m (in Zusammensetzungen) pol. sport
Kandidate pl; Anwärter pl; Bewerber pl
ein Oscar-Anwärter
ein ernsthafter Anwärter auf den Titel
Er ist eindeutig ein Anwärter auf den besten Animationsfilm des Jahres.
contender; challenger
contenders; challengers
an Oscar contender
a serious challenger for the title
It's definitely a contender for best animated film of the year.
Filmfotografie f; Filmphotographie f; filmische Bildgestaltung; Kinematografie f; Kinematographie f art
Oscar für die beste Kamera
Wer stand bei diesem Film hinter der Kamera?
Die Kameraführung bei diesem Dokumentarfilm ist atemberaubend.
Die Kameraführung steht der schauspielerischen Darstellung nie im Weg.
film photography Br.; motion-picture photography Am.; cinematography
Academy award for best cinematography
Who did the cinematography for this film?
The documentary's cinematography is breathtaking.
The cinematography never gets in the way of the performances.
sicher; todsicher; gewiss (nachgestellt) geh. adj (zweifelsfrei gegeben zu erwarten)
ein sicheres Erfolgsrezept
die beste Methode um die Verbraucher zu enttäuschen iron.
eine todsichere Methode um es sich mit den Kollegen zu verscherzen iron.
Ein Oscar dürfte diesem Film sicher gewiss sein.
Es gibt keine Patentlösung für jedermann.
sure-fire; surefire; fail-safe; failsafe; copper-bottomed Br.
a surefire recipe for success
a surefire recipe for consumer disappointment
a sure-fire way of irritating your colleagues
This film looks a surefire copper-bottomed Oscar winner.
There is no sure-fire solution for everyone.
sicher; todsicher; gewiss (nachgestellt) geh. adj (zweifelsfrei gegeben zu erwarten)
ein sicheres Erfolgsrezept
die beste Methode, um die Verbraucher zu enttäuschen iron.
eine todsichere Methode, um es sich mit den Kollegen zu verscherzen iron.
Ein Oscar dürfte diesem Film sicher gewiss sein.
Es gibt keine Patentlösung für jedermann.
sure-fire; surefire; fail-safe; failsafe; copper-bottomed Br.
a surefire recipe for success
a surefire recipe for consumer disappointment
a sure-fire way of irritating your colleagues
This film looks a surefire copper-bottomed Oscar winner.
There is no sure-fire solution for everyone.

Deutsche Oscar Synonyme

oscar  
Academy  Award  Oscar  
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Englische Oscar; Academy Award Synonyme

Oscar Definition

Academy
(n.) A garden or grove near Athens (so named from the hero Academus), where Plato and his followers held their philosophical conferences
Academy
(n.) An institution for the study of higher learning
Academy
(n.) A place of training
Academy
(n.) A society of learned men united for the advancement of the arts and sciences, and literature, or some particular art or science
Academy
(n.) A school or place of training in which some special art is taught
Award
(v. t.) To give by sentence or judicial determination
Award
(v. i.) To determine
Award
(v. t.) A judgment, sentence, or final decision. Specifically: The decision of arbitrators in a case submitted.
Award
(v. t.) The paper containing the decision of arbitrators

Oscar; Academy Award Bedeutung

award
awarding
a grant made by a law court, he criticized the awarding of compensation by the court
academy a learned establishment for the advancement of knowledge
award
accolade
honor
honour
laurels
a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction, an award for bravery
Academy Award
Oscar
an annual award by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for achievements in motion picture production and performance
United States Naval Academy
US Naval Academy
a school for training men and women to become officers in the United States Navy
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
academy a school for special training
academy a secondary school (usually private)
police academy an academy for training police officers
military academy an academy for training military officers
naval academy an academy for training naval officers
air force academy an academy for training air force officers
Plato's Academy a school established by Plato in ancient Athens, Plato's Academy continued for several hundred years after Plato died
academy honorary society an institution for the advancement of art or science or literature
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences an academy that gives annual awards for achievements in motion picture production and performance
Academy of Television Arts and Sciences an academy that gives annual awards for outstanding achievements in television
French Academy an honorary group of French writers and thinkers supported by the French government, the French Academy sets standards for the use of the French language
National Academy of Sciences an honorary American society of scientists created by President Lincoln during the American Civil War
Royal Academy
Royal Academy of Arts
an honorary academy in London (founded in ) intended to cultivate painting and sculpture and architecture in Britain
United States Military Academy
US Military Academy
a school for training men and women to become officers in the United States Army
Hammerstein
Oscar Hammerstein
Oscar Hammerstein II
United States lyricist who collaborated on many musical comedies (most successfully with Richard Rodgers) (-)
Houghton
Henry Oscar Houghton
United States publisher who founded a printing shop that became an important book publisher (-)
Robertson
Oscar Robertson
Oscar Palmer Robertson
United States basketball guard (born in )
Wilde
Oscar Wilde
Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde
Irish writer and wit (-)
prize
award
something given for victory or superiority in a contest or competition or for winning a lottery, the prize was a free trip to Europe
award
present
give, especially as an honor or reward, bestow honors and prizes at graduation
award grant give as judged due or on the basis of merit, the referee awarded a free kick to the team, the jury awarded a million dollars to the plaintiff,Funds are granted to qualified researchers
award-winning having received awards, this award-winning bridge spans a distance of five miles
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Der Academy Award, offizieller Name Academy Award of Merit , besser bekannt unter seinem Spitznamen Oscar, ist ein Filmpreis, der alljährlich von der US-amerikanischen Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences für die besten Filme des Vorjahres verliehen wird. Wegen der Zulassungsprozedur dominieren die Siegerlisten in der Regel US-Produktionen. Die bisher letzte Verleihung fand am 22. Februar 2015 in Los Angeles statt. Die nächste Verleihung wird voraussichtlich am 28. Februar 2016 stattfinden.

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