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Dictionary English German: [coming]

Translation 1 - 19 of 19

English German
revenant {adj} [rare] [coming back]
819
wiederkehrend [wie ein Geist]
ulterior {adj} [coming in the future]
341
entfernt [in ferner Zukunft]
becoming {adj} {pres-p} [coming to be, coming into existence]
123
werdend
descending {adj} {pres-p} [coming down]
83
herunterkommend
striking {adj} {pres-p} [coming out on strike]
9
streikend
terminating {adj} {pres-p} [coming to an end]
5
auslaufend
film RadioTV theatre offstage {adv} [coming from offstage]aus dem Off
Nouns
advent [coming, emergence]
20
Heraufkunft {f}
formation [process of coming to be or taking form]
11
Genese {f} [geh. oder fachspr.]
nascence [formal] [coming into being]Geburt {f} [fig.] [Entstehung]
return [act of coming or going back to a place]Rückkunft {f} [geh.]
2 Words
on tap {adv} [Am.] [coll.] [coming up]auf dem Programm [geplant]
law vacatio legis [the period between the formal enactment of a law and its coming into force]Legisvakanz {f}
youth ceremony [secular coming of age ceremony practiced by German 14-year-olds, organized esp. by the Humanist Association of Germany]Jugendfeier {f} [humanistische „Jugendweihe“]
3 Words
to be terrified of sb./sth. [e.g.: I'm terrified of the coming winter.]jdm./jdn. grauen vor jdm./etw. [z. B.: Mir / Mich graut vor dem kommenden Winter.]
save the date [notice of a significant coming event, e.g. conference, wedding]Save-the-Date {n} [ugs.] [Vorankündigung eines wichtigen Ereignisses (Konferenz / Kongress / Messe; Eröffnung / Einweihung etc.)]
4 Words
Coming, John? - Coming, Jane. [coll.]Kommst Du, John? - Ich komme, Jane.
5+ Words
proverb quote Coming events cast their shadows before. [Thomas Campbell] [proverb also: Coming events cast their shadow before.]Kommende Ereignisse werfen ihre Schatten voraus.
Fiction (Literature and Film)
film F The Russians Are Coming, the Russians Are Coming [Norman Jewison]Die Russen kommen! Die Russen kommen!
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