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Dictionary English German: [activity]

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English German
bustling {adj} [activity]
480
emsig [geschäftig]
frenetic {adj} [activity, pace, period]
278
hektisch
manic {adj} [activity, excitement]
31
fieberhaft
biol. spontaneous {adj} [of movement or activity]
19
instinktiv
advisory {adj} [attr.] [e.g. activity, centre, fee, teacher]
10
Beratungs- [z. B. Tätigkeit, Zentrum, Gebühr, Lehrer]
busy {adj} [full of activity]ziemlich hektisch [Zeit]
constr. RealEst. housing {adj} [attr.] [e.g. activity, policy, project]Wohnbau- [z. B. Tätigkeit, Politik, Projekt]
muscular {adj} [e.g. activity, atrophy, mass, pain, strength]Muskel- [z. B. Aktivität, Atrophie, Masse, Schmerz, Kraft]
educ. teaching {adj} [attr.] [e.g. activity, collection, content, material]Lehr- [z. B. Tätigkeit, Sammlung, Inhalt, Material]
Verbs
to slake [activity, enthusiasm]
102
dämpfen
to supervise sth. [an activity of some person or organization]
74
etw. begleiten [fig.] [kritisch überwachen]
[to announce the start of an activity by a bugle signal]etw. anblasen [bes. die Jagd]
to exercise [engage in physical activity]sichDat. Bewegung verschaffen [um sich fit zu halten]
to romp [coll.] [engage in sexual activity, esp. illicitly]es (miteinander) treiben [ugs.] [mit jdm. geschlechtlich verkehren]
Nouns
fuss [nervous activity or agitation]
755
Wirbel {m} [großes Aufsehen, Aufregung]
paraphernalia {pl} [sometimes treated as sg.] [equipment used in or necessary for a particular activity]
599
Zubehör {n} [seltener auch {m}]
romp [playful activity]
65
Toben {n}
agency [operation, activity]
52
Tätigkeit {f}
disruption [interference in some activity]
38
Behinderung {f} [Störung, Unterbrechung]
line [field of activity]
38
Branche {f}
hive [fig.] [a place swarming with activity]
33
Bienenhaus {n} [fig.] [ein Ort großer Aktivität]
administration [process, activity]
30
Verwaltungsarbeit {f}
frivolity [unimportant thing, activity]
28
Nichtigkeit {f} [geh.]
blind [activity or organization covering up sth. criminal]
25
Vorwand {m} [Fassade, Front für kriminelle Aktivität]
sphere [field of activity, social world]
25
Lebensbereich {m}
act [activity]
21
Betätigung {f}
acad. educ. discipline [area of study or professional activity]
21
Fachrichtung {f}
educ. parenting [as economic activity]
21
Erziehungsleistung {f}
front [as in: as a front for ...] [cover for illicit activity]
17
Tarnung {f} [wie in: als Tarnung für ...] [Verschleierung einer rechtswidrigen Aktivität]
busyness [lively activity]
13
Umtrieb {m} [regional] [heftige Aktivität]
econ. economy [economic activity]
13
Wirtschaften {n}
panhandling [Am.] [regular activity]
13
Bettelei {f}
psych. relig. counseling [Am.] [system, activity]
12
Beratungswesen {n}
busyness [lively but often meaningless activity]
11
Geschäftigkeit {f}
domain [place of main, often life-long activity]
11
Wirkungsstätte {f}
zool. burrowing [digging activity of animals]
7
Graben {n} [Grab- und Wühltätigkeit von Tieren]
frot [sl.] [short for: frottage] [sexual activity]
7
Frottage {f} [Sexualtechnik]
comm. [business having short periods of peak activity, generally season- or time-of-day-related]
6
Stoßgeschäft {n}
research [as an activity]
5
Forschungsbetrieb {m}
[bizarre, incomprehensible speech or activity]Kribskrabs {m} {n} [nordd.] [wunderliches, unverständliches Reden od. Tun]
hist. relig. spec. [K. von Miltitz's activity in the dispute between Luther and Rome]Miltitziade {f}
sports arena [a place or scene of activity]Austragungsort {m}
busyness [lively activity]Drasch {m} [regional] [Geschäftigkeit, heftige Aktivität]
ind. dyeing [activity]Färberei {f} [Tätigkeit]
the heat [Am.] [sl.] [intensification of police activity in pursuing criminals]erhöhter Ermittlungsdruck {m}
threesome [sexual activity]Triole {f} [Sexualpraktik]
2 Words: Others
econ. value-adding {adj} [process, activity, etc.]wertschöpfend
2 Words: Verbs
to bail out [discontinue an activity etc.]aussteigen [ugs.] [nicht mehr mitmachen]
to carry out [an activity]ausüben [eine Tätigkeit]
to give over [to cause an activity to stop, esp. an annoying one]aufhören [mit einer Tätigkeit, bes. einer unangenehmen]
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