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Versprechen n; Versprechung f; Zusage f
Versprechen pl; Versprechungen pl; Zusagen pl
leere Versprechungen
sein Versprechen halten
ein Versprechen geben (halten; brechen)
jdm. große Versprechungen machen
jdn. mit Versprechungen abspeisen ugs.
vielversprechend sein (Sache)
promise
promises
empty promises
to keep one's promise
to make (keep; break) a promise
to promise sb. the earth
to palm sb. off with promises (palm off)
to hold great promise (matter)
Versprechen n; Versprechung f; Zusage f
Versprechen pl; Versprechungen pl; Zusagen pl
leere Versprechungen
ein Versprechen geben (halten; brechen)
sein Versprechen halten
sein Versprechen auch einlösen, liefern ugs.
jdm. große Versprechungen machen
jdn. mit Versprechungen abspeisen ugs.
vielversprechend sein (Sache)
promise
promises
empty promises
to make (keep; break) a promise
to keep your promise
to deliver on your promise
to promise sb. the earth
to palm sb. off with promises (palm off)
to hold great promise (matter)
Leere
emptiness
leere Flächen
gaping spaces
leere Seite
blank page
leere Spalte
blank column
leere Stelle
vacancy
Leere f, leere Stelle f, freier Raum
blank, blank space
Leere f
blankness
Leere f, Nichts n
emptiness
Leere f
inaneness
Leere f, Leerstand m
vacantness
Leere f
vacuity
Leere f
vacuousness
Leere f, Lücke f
vacancy
Leere f, Nichts n, Gefühl n der Leere
void
ins Leere fallen, ins Leere greifen
ins Leere fallend, ins Leere greifend
ins Leere gefallen, ins Leere gegriffen
to grasp at nothing
grasping at nothing
grasped at nothing
Versprechen n, Versprechung f, Zusage f
Versprechen pl, Versprechungen pl, Zusagen pl
sein Versprechen halten
ein Versprechen geben (halten, brechen)
jdm. große Versprechungen machen
jdn. mit Versprechungen abspeisen
promise
promises
to keep one's promise
to make (keep, break) a promise
to promise sb. the earth
to palm sb. off with promises
leere Schmeichelei
leere Schmeicheleien
flummery
flummeries
Leere Fässer klingen hohl. Sprw.
Empty vessels make the most sound. prov.
leer, unausgefuellt, Leere, Niete
blank
Leere
blankness
leere
emptily
Leere, leere
emptiness
leere Schmeicheleien
flummeries
leere Schmeichelei
flummery
Leere
inaneness
Leere
vacancy
Leere, Luecke
vacancy
Leere
vacantness
freimachen, Leere
vacantness
Leere
vacuity
leere
vacuously
Leere
vacuousness
Drohung f; Androhung f (jdm. gegenüber)
Drohungen pl; Androhungen pl
gefährliche Drohung (Straftatbestand) jur.
leere Drohung
versteckte Drohung
unter Androhung von Gewalt
durch die Androhung seines Rücktrittes
eine Drohung gegen jdn. ausprechen ausstoßen
threat (to sb.)
threats
serious threat of violence (criminal offence)
empty idle threat
veiled threat
with the threat of violence; under threat of violence
by threatening to resign
to make issue a threat against sb.
Geste f (auch übtr.)
Gesten pl
eine leere Geste
eine Geste der Solidarität übtr. pol.
gesture
gestures
an empty gesture
a gesture of solidarity fig.
(leere) Hülle f
husk
Ledge f; Leere f textil.
pirn; tapered spool
Leere f; Nichts n phil.
emptiness
Leere f; Nichts n; Gefühl n der Leere
void
jdn. ins Leere laufen lassen v übtr.
to sidestep sb. fig.
jdn. ins Leere laufen lassen v sport
to send sb. the wrong way; to sell sb. a dummy; to fake sb. out Am.
im Sand(e) verlaufen; ins Leere laufen gehen; ergebnislos bleiben
to come to nothing
die Sinnlosigkeit f; das Ins-Leere-Gehen n (von etw.)
das Ins-Leere-Gehen dieses Arguments
die Sinnlosigkeit des Ganzen offenbaren
the emptiness (of sth.)
the emptiness of this argument
to expose the emptiness of the act
Spule f; Rolle f
Spulen pl; Rollen pl
Röllchen n
leere Klopapierrolle
auf Rolle gewickelt
reel
reels
little reel
empty toilet paper reel
wound up on reel
Versprechen n; Versprechung f; Zusage f
Versprechen pl; Versprechungen pl; Zusagen pl
leere Versprechungen
sein Versprechen halten
ein Versprechen geben (halten; brechen)
jdm. große Versprechungen machen
jdn. mit Versprechungen abspeisen ugs.
vielversprechend sein (Sache)
promise
promises
empty promises
to keep one's promise
to make (keep; break) a promise
to promise sb. the earth
to palm sb. off with promises (palm off)
to hold great promise (matter)
das (angepeilte) Ziel verfehlen; am Ziel vorbeigehen; vom angestrebten Ziel entfernt sein; mit etw. daneben liegen
noch weit vom angestrebten Ziel entfernt sein
Die meisten seiner Schüsse gingen am Ziel vorbei.
Seine Bemühungen gingen ins Leere.
Mit ihren Voraussagen lagen sie meilenweit daneben.
to be off the mark; to be wide of the mark; to miss the mark
to be still very wide of the mark.
Most of his shots went wide of the mark.
His efforts were off the mark.
Their predictions were way off the mark.
etw. ergreifen; packen; fassen v
ergreifend; packend; fassend
ergriffen; gepackt; gefasst
er sie ergreift; er sie packt
ich er sie ergriff; ich er sie packte
er sie hat hatte ergriffen; er sie hat hatte gepackt
ich er sie ergriff
das Problem beherzt anpacken; die Initiative ergreifen
ins Leere fassen greifen
to grasp sth.
grasping
grasped
he she grasps
I he she grasped
he she has had grasped
I he she would grasp
to grasp the nettle of sth. fig.
to grasp at nothing
die inhaltliche Leere; die Inhaltsleere; die Gehaltlosigkeit; die Substanzlosigkeit; die Geistlosigkeit (von etw.)
die Gehaltlosigkeit einer Äußerung
das Gefühl innerer Leere
the emptiness (of sth.)
the emptiness of a statement
a sense of inner emptiness
leerer Raum n; Leere n; Leere f
ins Leere starren
Rechts von mir kam ein paar Meter nichts dann Bäume.
emptiness; vacancy; vacantness
to stare into vacancy
On my right there were several yards of emptiness then trees.
leere Schmeichelei f
leere Schmeicheleien
flummery
flummeries
starren; glotzen pej. v (auf etw.)
starrend; glotzend; anglotzend
gestarrt; geglotzt; angeglotzt
starrt; glotzt
starrte; glotzte
ins Leere starren; Löcher in die Luft starren pej.
Ich hatte die Lösung die ganze Zeit vor Augen.
to stare (at sth.)
staring
stared
stares
stared
to stare into space
The solution was staring me right in the face all along.
statistischer Test m statist.
Ad hoc-Test
bedingter Test
bestmöglicher optimaler Test
einseitiger asymmetrischer Test
zweiseitiger Test
kombinatorischer Test
konsistenter Test
strengster Test; Test mit minimalem Schärfeverlust
symmetrischer Test
randomisierter Test
trennschärfster Test bester Test
unverzerrter unverfälschterTest
verzerrter verfälschter Test
zerstörende Prüfung
zulässiger Test
Eckentest
Extremrangsummentest
Differenzen-Vorzeichentest
Dreieckstest
Duo-Trio-Test
eingeschränkter Chiquadrat-Test
Faktorenumkehrtest
Folgetest; sequentieller Test
G-Test
generalisierter Sequentialtest
gleicher Abstandtest
gleichmäßig bester Abstandstest
gleichmäßig trennschärfster Test
Grenzdifferenztest
K-test
Likelihood-Verhältnistest
Log-Rangtest; Mantel-Haenzel-Test
lokal asymptotisch strengster Test
lokal asymptotisch trennschärfster mächtigster Test; optimaler asymptotischer Test
lokal trennschärfster mächtigster Rangordnungstest
Medialtest
Mediantest
Monte-Carlo-Test
Multibinomialtest
multipler Spannweitentest
Normalitätstest; Test auf Normalverteilung
inverse Normalscores-Test
zufälliger Normalscores-Test
Omega-Quadrat-Test; omega²-Test; Wn²-Test; Cramér-von-Mises-Test
orthogonaler Test; Test auf Orthogonalität
Permutationstest; Randomisationstest
Rang-randomisierter Test
randomisierter Signifikanztest
sequentieller Chi-Quadrat-Test
sequentieller T²-Test
simultaner Varianzverhältnistest
Sphärizitätstest; Mauchly-Test
Stabilitätsprüfung
T-Test; Student-Test
T-Quadrat-Test
Tandemtest
Test auf gleiche Tails
Test auf leere Zellen
Test mit einheitlichen Scores
Test mit erwarteten Normalscores
Tests von Aufzeichnungen
trennschärfster Rangtest
UN²-Test
Varianzverhältnistest; F-Test
Vereinigung-Schnitt-Test
Verschiebungstest
Vorzeichentest
Vorzeichenrangtest; Wilcoxon-Test für gepaarte Stichproben
Vo
statistical hypothesis test
ad hoc test
conditional test
optimum test
one-sided test; one-tailed test; single tail test; asymmetrical test
two-sided test; two-tailed test; double-tailed test
combinatorial test
consistent test
most stringent test
symmetrical test
randomized test
most powerful test
unbiased test
biased test
destructive test
admissible test
corner test
extreme rank sum test
difference sign test
triangle test
duo-trio test
restricted chi-squared test
factor reversal test
sequential test
g-test
generalized sequential probability ratio test
equal spacings test
uniformly best distance power test; UBDP test
uniformly most powerful test; UMP test
least significant difference test; LSD test
k-test
likelihood ratio test
log-rank test; Mantel-Haenszel test
locally asymptotically most stringent test
locally assymptotically most powerful test; optimal asymptotic test
locally most powerfull rank order test
medial test
median test
Monte Carlo test
multi-binomial test
multiple range test
test of normality
inverse normal scores test
random normal scores test
omega square test; Wn² test; Cramér-von Mises test
orthogonal test; independent test
permutation test; randomization test
rank-randomization test
randomized significance test
sequential chi-squared test
sequential t² test
simultaneous variance ratio test
test for sphericity; Mauchly test
stability test
t-test; Student's test
t-square test
tandem tests
equal-tails test
empty cell test
uniform scores test
expected normal scores test
records tests
most powerful rank test
UN² test
variance ratio test; F-test
union-intersection test
slippage test
sign test
signed rank test; Wilcoxon's matched pairs rank test
reversal test
W test for normality
probability ratio test
base reversal test; time reversal test
bivariate sign test
z-test
Abelson-Tukey score test
Ajne's An-
großes Geschrei n; leere Drohungen pl
bluster
Aufwand m; Mühe f
ein Riesenaufwand
Zusatzaufwand m
unnötiger Aufwand; unnütze Mühe; vergebliche Mühe; leere Kilometer Ös. ugs.
zugeteilter Aufwand
keine Mühe scheuen
keine Mühe scheuen, um etw. zu tun; sich besonders anstrengen, etw. zu tun
trotz aller Mühe
um mehrfachen Aufwand zu vermeiden; um Doppelarbeit zu vermeiden; um Doppelgleisigkeiten zu vermeiden
statistische Angaben über den Fischereiaufwand
effort
a tremendous effort; a giant effort
additional effort
a waste of effort; wasted efforts
apportioned effort
to be unsparing in one's efforts; to spare no efforts
to go out of your way to do sth.
in spite of every effort
to avoid a duplication of effort
fishing effort statistics
Geste f (auch übtr.)
Gesten pl
Abschiedsgeste f
Handgeste f
eine leere Geste
eine Geste der Solidarität übtr. pol.
eine Geste der Entschuldigung machen
gesture
gestures
farewell gesture
hand gesture
an empty gesture
a gesture of solidarity fig.
to make a gesture of apology
mathematische Menge f; Menge f math.
mathematische Mengen pl; Mengen pl
abgeschlossene Menge
abzählbar unendliche Menge
akzeptierbare Menge
Cantorsche Menge f
eine dreielementige Menge von
leere Menge
Nullmenge f
Punktmenge f
überabzählbar unendliche Menge
mathematical set; set
mathematical sets; sets
closed set
countably infinite set
acceptable set
Cantor set
a triple set of
empty set; void set
null set
point set
uncountably infinite set
Muschelschale f; (leere) Muschel f zool.
Schale von Salzwassermuscheln; (leere) Salzwassermuschel
bivalve shell; shell
sea shell; seashell
Patronenhülse f mil.
Patronenhülsen pl
leere Patronenhülse; abgeschossene Patronenhülse
cartridge case; bullet casing
cartridge cases; bullet casings
spent cartridge shell; shell
im Sand(e) verlaufen; ins Leere laufen gehen; ergebnislos bleiben v
to come to nothing
Versprechen n; Versprechung f; Zusage f
Versprechen pl; Versprechungen pl; Zusagen pl
leere Versprechungen
ein Versprechen geben (halten; brechen)
sein Versprechen halten
sein Versprechen auch einlösen, liefern ugs.
jdm. große Versprechungen machen
jdn. mit Versprechungen abspeisen ugs.
vielversprechend sein (Sache)
promise
promises
empty promises
to make (keep; break) a promise
to keep your promise
to deliver on your promise
to promise sb. the earth
to palm sb. off with promises (palm off)
to hold great promise (matter)
das (angepeilte) Ziel verfehlen; am Ziel vorbeigehen; vom angestrebten Ziel entfernt sein; mit etw. daneben liegen v
noch weit vom angestrebten Ziel entfernt sein
Die meisten seiner Schüsse gingen am Ziel vorbei.
Seine Bemühungen gingen ins Leere.
Mit ihren Voraussagen lagen sie meilenweit daneben.
to be off the mark; to be wide of the mark; to miss the mark
to be still very wide of the mark.
Most of his shots went wide of the mark.
His efforts were off the mark.
Their predictions were way off the mark.
jdn. einlullen; jdn. in falscher Sicherheit wiegen v
jdn. mit falschen Versprechungen einlullen
to lull sb. into a false sense of security
to lull sb. into believing your promises
die inhaltliche Leere; die Inhaltsleere; die Inhaltslosigkeit; die Gehaltlosigkeit; die Substanzlosigkeit; die Geistlosigkeit (von etw.)
die Gehaltlosigkeit einer Äußerung
das Gefühl innerer Leere
the emptiness (of sth.)
the emptiness of a statement
a sense of inner emptiness
leerer Raum n; Leere n; Leere f
ins Leere starren
Rechts von mir kam ein paar Meter nichts, dann Bäume.
emptiness; vacancy; vacantness
to stare into vacancy
On my right, there were several yards of emptiness, then trees.
starren; starr blicken; vor sich hin starren v
starrend; starr blickend; vor sich hin starrend
gestarrt; starr geblickt; vor sich hin gestarrt
ins Leere starren
ungläubig schauen; ungläubig in die Runde starren
traurig vor sich hin starren
to stare; to gaze
staring; gazing
stared; gazed
to stare into space
to gaze in disbelief
to gaze in sadness
statistischer Test m statist.
Ad-hoc-Test
A-posteriori-Test
bedingter Test
bestmöglicher optimaler Test
einseitiger asymmetrischer Test
zweiseitiger Test
kombinatorischer Test
konsistenter Test
strengster Test; Test mit minimalem Schärfeverlust
symmetrischer Test
randomisierter Test
trennschärfster Test, bester Test
unverzerrter unverfälschter Test
verzerrter verfälschter Test
zerstörende Prüfung
zulässiger Test
Eckentest
Extremrangsummentest
Differenzen-Vorzeichentest
Dreieckstest
Duo-Trio-Test
eingeschränkter Chiquadrat-Test
Faktorenumkehrtest
Folgetest; sequentieller Test
G-Test
generalisierter Sequentialtest
gleicher Abstandtest
gleichmäßig bester Abstandstest
gleichmäßig trennschärfster Test
Grenzdifferenztest
K-test
Likelihood-Verhältnistest
Log-Rangtest; Mantel-Haenzel-Test
lokal asymptotisch strengster Test
lokal asymptotisch trennschärfster mächtigster Test; optimaler asymptotischer Test
lokal trennschärfster mächtigster Rangordnungstest
Medialtest m; Quadrantentest m
Mediantest m
Monte-Carlo-Test m
Multibinomialtest m
multipler Spannweitentest
Normalitätstest m; Test auf Normalverteilung
inverse Normalscores-Test
zufälliger Normalscores-Test
Omega-Quadrat-Test m; omega²-Test; Wn²-Test; Cramér-von-Mises-Test
orthogonaler Test; Test auf Orthogonalität
Permutationstest m; Randomisationstest m
Rang-randomisierter Test
randomisierter Signifikanztest
sequentieller Chi-Quadrat-Test
sequentieller T²-Test
simultaner Varianzverhältnistest
Sphärizitätstest m; Mauchly-Test m
Stabilitätsprüfung f
T-Quadrat-Test m
Tandemtest m
Test auf gleiche Tails
Test auf leere Zellen
Test mit einheitlichen Scores
Test mit erwarteten Normalscores
Tests von Aufzeichnungen
Trendtest m
trennschärfster Rangtest
UN²-Test m
Varianzverhältnistest m; F-Test m
Vereinigung-Schnitt-Test m
Verschiebungstest m
Vorzeichentest m
Vorzeichenrangtest m; Wilcoxon-Test für gepaarte Stichproben
Vorzeichenwechsel-Test m; Umkehrprobe f bei Indexzahlen
W-Test auf Normalität m
Wahrscheinlichkeitsverhältnistest m
Zeit-Umkehrprobe f; Umkehrprobe f für Indexbasen
zweidimensionaler Zeichentest m
Z-Test m
Abelson-Tukey-Score-Test
Ajnescher An-Test
Armitage Chiquadrat-Trendtest
Aspin-Welch-Test
Barnardscher Monte Carlo-Test
Bartlett-Test
Bartlett-Test auf Interaktion 2. Ordnung
Bartlett'scher Kollinearitätstest
Bartlett-Diananda'scher Test
Barnard'scher Test
Beran-Test
Behrens-Fisher-Test; Fisher-Behrens-Test
Bootstrap-Test
Boxscher Test
Breslow-Day-Test
Brunk-Test
Butler-Smirnow-Test
Capon-Test
Cliff-Ord-Tests
Cochran-Test
Cochrans Q-Test; McNemar-Test
Cox-Stuart-Tests
D'Agostino-Test
Daniel-Test
David-Barton-Test
Dispersionstest von Ansari-Bradley
Duncan-Test
Dunn-Test
Dunnett-Test
Dwass-Steel-Test
Fisher-Yates-Test; exak
statistical hypothesis test
ad hoc test
a posteriori test
conditional test
optimum test
one-sided test; one-tailed test; single tail test; asymmetrical test
two-sided test; two-tailed test; double-tailed test
combinatorial test
consistent test
most stringent test
symmetrical test
randomized test
most powerful test
unbiased test
biased test
destructive test
admissible test
corner test
extreme rank sum test
difference sign test
triangle test
duo-trio test
restricted chi-squared test
factor reversal test
sequential test
g-test
generalized sequential probability ratio test
equal spacings test
uniformly best distance power test; UBDP test
uniformly most powerful test; UMP test
least significant difference test; LSD test
k-test
likelihood ratio test
log-rank test; Mantel-Haenszel test
locally asymptotically most stringent test
locally assymptotically most powerful test; optimal asymptotic test
locally most powerful rank order test
medial test
median test
Monte Carlo test
multi-binomial test
multiple range test
test of normality
inverse normal scores test
random normal scores test
omega square test; Wn² test; Cramér-von Mises test
orthogonal test; independent test
permutation test; randomization test
rank-randomization test
randomized significance test
sequential chi-squared test
sequential t² test
simultaneous variance ratio test
test for sphericity; Mauchly test
stability test
t-square test
tandem tests
equal-tails test
empty cell test
uniform scores test
expected normal scores test
records tests
test of trend
most powerful rank test
UN² test
variance ratio test; F-test
union-intersection test
slippage test
sign test
signed rank test; Wilcoxon's matched pairs rank test
reversal test
W test for normality
probability ratio test
base reversal test; time reversal test
bivariate sign test
z-test
Abelson-Tukey score test
Ajne's An-test
Armitage's chi-squared test for trend
Aspin-Welch test
Barnard's Monte Carlo test
Bartlett's test
Bartlett's test of second order interaction
Bartlett's collinearity test
Bartlett-Diananda test
CSM test
Beran's test
Behrens-Fisher test; Fisher-Behrens test
bootstrap test
Box's test
Breslow-Day test
Brunk's test
Butler-Smirnov test
Capon test
Cliff-Ord tests
Cochran's test
Cochran's Q-test; McNemar's test
Cox and Stuart's tests
D'Agostino's test
Daniel's test
David-Barton test
Ansari-Bradley dispersion test
Duncan's test; k-ratio t-test
Dunn's test
Dunnett's test
Dwass-Steel test
Fisher-Yates test; Fisher-Irwin test; Fisher exact test exact chi-squared test
Freund-Ansari test
Friedman's test
Gabriel's test
Galton's rank order test
Gart's test
Gehan test
Greenhouse-Geisser test
Gupta's symmetry test
Hartley's test; maximum F-ratio
Hodges' bivariate sign test
Hodges-Ajne's test
Hudson-Kreitman-Agu
Papierversprechen n; leeres Versprechen n; leere Versprechung f
paper promise

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Englische promise Synonyme

promise  accede  accord  actuarial prediction  adumbration  afford hope  agree  agree to  agreement  apocalypse  arrangement  aspiration  assent  assumption  assurance  assure  assured faith  augur  augur well  augury  auspice  avouch  bargain  bargain for  be promising  bespeak  betoken  betokening  betokenment  bid fair  bid fair to  binding agreement  bond  capability  cartel  cheer  cheerful expectation  collective agreement  commitment  compact  confidence  consent  consortium  contract  convention  conviction  countersign  covenant  covenant of salt  deal  dependence  desire  dicker  do a deal  doomed hope  earnest  employment contract  engage  engagement  ensure  expectation  fair prospect  faith  fervent hope  foreboding  forecast  forecasting  foreshadow  foreshadowing  foreshowing  foresight  foretell  foretelling  foretoken  foretokening  formal agreement  give hope  give indication of  give prospect of  good cheer  good hope  great expectations  guarantee  guaranty  guesswork  have favorable odds  have good prospects  high hopes  hint  hint at  hold out hope  hold out promise  hope  hopeful prognosis  hopefulness  hopes  hoping  hoping against hope  imply  improbability  increase the chances  indicant  indicate  indication  inspire  inspire hope  inspirit  insure  ironclad agreement  justify hope  legal agreement  legal contract  likelihood  look like  make a deal  make a promise  make fair promise  make likely  make more likely  make probable  mutual agreement  oath  offer the expectation  omen  pact  paction  pass  pawn  pledge  plight  portent  potential  prayerful hope  prediction  prefiguration  prefigurement  prefiguring  preindication  premonitory shiver  premonitory sign  premonitory symptom  presage  presaging  presentiment  preshowing  presignifying  presumption  probability  probabilize  prognosis  prognostic  prognostication  prophecy  prophesying  prospect  prospects  prospectus  protocol  raise expectation  raise expectations  raise hope  r  
promised  affianced  agreed  anticipated  arranged  assured  augured  awaited  betrothed  bound  committed  compacted  compromised  contracted  covenanted  due  engaged  expected  foreseen  foreshadowed  foreshown  foretokened  guaranteed  hoped-for  imminent  in prospect  in view  indicated  intended  long-expected  obligated  on the horizon  overdue  pledged  plighted  predicted  prefigured  preindicated  presaged  presignified  presumed  pretypified  probable  prognosticated  prospective  sealed  settled  signed  signified  stipulated  sworn  threatened  undertaken  underwritten  warranted  
promised land  Agapemone  Arcadia  Beulah  Beulah Land  Big Rock-Candy Mountain  Canaan  Cloudcuckooland  Cockaigne  Eden  Eldorado  Erewhon  Garden of Eden  Goshen  Happy Valley  Heaven  Land of Beulah  Land of Youth  Laputa  Never-Never-land  Neverland  New Atlantis  Pandemonium  Paradise  Quivira  Shangri-la  Utopia  Zion  a better place  arcadia  better world  cloudland  dreamland  dystopia  eternal home  eternity  faerie  fairyland  glory  happy hunting ground  heaven  heaven above  heavenly kingdom  high heaven  kakotopia  kingdom come  kingdom of God  kingdom of glory  kingdom of heaven  land of dreams  land of enchantment  land of faerie  land of plenty  land of promise  lotus land  millennium  otherworld  paradise  presence of God  realm of light  the Promised Land  the happy land  the world above  utopia  wonderland  

leere Versprechungen Definition

Anchor-hold
(n.) The hold or grip of an anchor, or that to which it holds.
Anchor-hold
(n.) Hence: Firm hold: security.
Break
(v. t.) To strain apart
Break
(v. t.) To lay open as by breaking
Break
(v. t.) To lay open, as a purpose
Break
(v. t.) To infringe or violate, as an obligation, law, or promise.
Break
(v. t.) To interrupt
Break
(v. t.) To destroy the completeness of
Break
(v. t.) To destroy the arrangement of
Break
(v. t.) To shatter to pieces
Break
(v. t.) To exchange for other money or currency of smaller denomination
Break
(v. t.) To destroy the strength, firmness, or consistency of
Break
(v. t.) To weaken or impair, as health, spirit, or mind.
Break
(v. t.) To diminish the force of
Break
(v. t.) To impart, as news or information
Break
(v. t.) To tame
Break
(v. t.) To destroy the financial credit of
Break
(v. t.) To destroy the official character and standing of
Break
(v. i.) To come apart or divide into two or more pieces, usually with suddenness and violence
Break
(v. i.) To open spontaneously, or by pressure from within, as a bubble, a tumor, a seed vessel, a bag.
Break
(v. i.) To burst forth
Break
(v. i.) To burst forth violently, as a storm.
Break
(v. i.) To open up
Break
(v. i.) To become weakened in constitution or faculties
Break
(v. i.) To be crushed, or overwhelmed with sorrow or grief
Break
(v. i.) To fall in business
Break
(v. i.) To make an abrupt or sudden change
Break
(v. i.) To fail in musical quality
Break
(v. i.) To fall out
Break
(v. t.) An opening made by fracture or disruption.
Break
(v. t.) An interruption of continuity
Break
(v. t.) A projection or recess from the face of a building.
Break
(v. t.) An opening or displacement in the circuit, interrupting the electrical current.
Break
(v. t.) An interruption
Break
(v. t.) An interruption in continuity in writing or printing, as where there is an omission, an unfilled line, etc.
Break
(v. t.) The first appearing, as of light in the morning
Break
(v. t.) A large four-wheeled carriage, having a straight body and calash top, with the driver's seat in front and the footman's behind.
Break
(v. t.) A device for checking motion, or for measuring friction. See Brake, n. 9 & 10.
Break
(n.) See Commutator.
Break-circuit
(n.) A key or other device for breaking an electrical circuit.
Break-up
(n.) Disruption
Coco palm
() See Cocoa.
Cocoa palm
() A palm tree producing the cocoanut (Cocos nucifera). It grows in nearly all tropical countries, attaining a height of sixty or eighty feet. The trunk is without branches, and has a tuft of leaves at the top, each being fifteen or twenty feet in length, and at the base of these the nuts hang in clusters
Cologne earth
() An earth of a deep brown color, containing more vegetable than mineral matter
Doom palm
() A species of palm tree (Hyphaene Thebaica), highly valued for the fibrous pulp of its fruit, which has the flavor of gingerbread, and is largely eaten in Egypt and Abyssinia.
Doum palm
() See Doom palm.
Earth
(n.) The globe or planet which we inhabit
Earth
(n.) The solid materials which make up the globe, in distinction from the air or water
Earth
(n.) The softer inorganic matter composing part of the surface of the globe, in distinction from the firm rock
Earth
(n.) A part of this globe

promise / promises / empty promises / to keep ones promise / to make (keep; break) a promise / to promise sb. the earth / to palm sb. off with promises / to hold great promise (matter) Bedeutung

matter that which has mass and occupies space, physicists study both the nature of matter and the forces which govern it
break breakout
jailbreak
gaolbreak
prisonbreak
prison-breaking
an escape from jail, the breakout was carefully planned
breach of promise failure to keep a promise (of marriage)
scorched-earth policy the target company defends itself by selling off its crown jewels
makeshift
stopgap
make-do
something contrived to meet an urgent need or emergency
open frame
break
any frame in which a bowler fails to make a strike or spare, the break in the eighth frame cost him the match
fast break (basketball) a rapid dash to get a shot as soon as possible after taking possession of the ball
break a sudden dash, he made a break for the open door
shuffle
shuffling
make
the act of mixing cards haphazardly
breakage
break
breaking
the act of breaking something, the breakage was unavoidable
break interruption
disruption gap
an act of delaying or interrupting the continuity, it was presented without commercial breaks, there was a gap in his account
chokehold
choke hold
a restraining hold, someone loops the arm around the neck of another person in a tight grip, usually from behind, he grabbed the woman in a chokehold, demanded her cash and jewelry, and then fled
break break of serve (tennis) a score consisting of winning a game when your opponent was serving, he was up two breaks in the second set
break the opening shot that scatters the balls in billiards or pool
break dancing
break dance
a form of solo dancing that involves rapid acrobatic moves in which different parts of the body touch the ground, normally performed to the rhythm of rap music
busywork
make-work
active work of little value, while he was waiting he filled the days with busywork
make-believe
pretend
the enactment of a pretense, it was just pretend
housebreaking
break-in
breaking and entering
trespassing for an unlawful purpose, illegal entrance into premises with criminal intent
hold-down a limitation or constraint, taxpayers want a hold-down on government spending
grasping
taking hold
seizing
prehension
the act of gripping something firmly with the hands (or the tentacles)
clasp
clench
clutch
clutches
grasp
grip
hold
the act of grasping, he released his clasp on my arm, he has a strong grip for an old man, she kept a firm hold on the railing
wrestling hold a hold used in the sport of wrestling
scissors
scissors hold
scissor hold
scissor grip
scissors grip
a wrestling hold in which you wrap your legs around the opponents body or head and put your feet together and squeeze
Peasant's Revolt
Great Revolt
a widespread rebellion in against poll taxes and other inequities that oppressed the poorer people of England, suppressed by Richard II
respite
recess
break time out
a pause from doing something (as work), we took a -minute break, he took time out to recuperate
spring break a week or more of recess during the spring term at school
great care more attention and consideration than is normally bestowed by prudent persons, the pilot exercised great care in landing
World War I
World War
Great War
First World War
War to End War
a war between the allies (Russia, France, British Empire, Italy, United States, Japan, Rumania, Serbia, Belgium, Greece, Portugal, Montenegro) and the Central Powers (Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey, Bulgaria) from to
great white shark
white shark
man-eater
man-eating shark
Carcharodon carcharias
large aggressive shark widespread in warm seas, known to attack humans
blue shark
great blue shark
Prionace glauca
slender cosmopolitan, pelagic shark, blue body shades to white belly, dangerous especially during maritime disasters
great bowerbird
Chlamydera nuchalis
large bowerbird of northern Australia
great horned owl
Bubo virginianus
brown North American horned owl
great grey owl
great gray owl
Strix nebulosa
large dish-faced owl of northern North America and western Eurasia
giant kangaroo
great grey kangaroo
Macropus giganteus
very large greyish-brown Australian kangaroo formerly abundant in open wooded areas
great blue heron
Ardea herodius
large American heron having bluish-grey plumage
great white heron Ardea occidentalis large white heron of Florida and the Florida Keys
great white heron Casmerodius albus widely distributed Old World white egret
American egret
great white heron Egretta albus
a common egret of the genus Egretta found in America, it is a variety of the Old World white egret Casmerodius albus
great bustard
Otis tarda
largest European land bird
great snipe
woodcock snipe Gallinago media
Old World snipe larger and darker than the whole snipe
black-backed gull
great black-backed gull
cob Larus marinus
white gull having a black back and wings
great skua
Catharacta skua
large brown skua of the northern Atlantic
great auk
Pinguinus impennis
large flightless auk of rocky islands off northern Atlantic coasts, extinct
great crested grebe
Podiceps cristatus
large Old World grebe with black ear tufts
Great Dane very large powerful smoothoated breed of dog
Great Pyrenees bred of large heavyoated white dogs resembling the Newfoundland
banded palm civet
Hemigalus hardwickii
an East Indian civet
palm cat
palm civet
spotted or striped arboreal civet of southeast Asia and East Indies
ant bear giant anteater
great anteater
tamanoir
Myrmecophaga jubata
large shaggy-haired toothless anteater with long tongue and powerful claws, of South America
great ape
pongid
any of the large anthropoid apes of the family Pongidae
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