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Dictionary English German: [course]

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English German
naturally {adv} [of course]
river {adj} [attr.] [e.g. bank, bed, course, name]
Fluss- [z. B. Ufer, Bett, Lauf, Name]
preparatory {adj} [e.g. course, period, stage]
Vorbereitungs- [z. B. Kurs, Zeit, Phase]
gastr. cookery {adj} [attr.] [esp. Br.] [e.g. book, course, demonstration]
Koch- [z. B. Buch, Kurs, Vorführung]
... 101 [introductory course, also fig.: the basics of sth.]... für Anfänger [Kurs- oder Buchtitel, auch fig.]
elective {adj} [e.g. subject, course, office, monarchy]Wahl- [z. B. Fach, Amt, Monarchie]
knitting {adj} [attr.] [e.g. basket, chart, cotton, course, machine, needle]Strick- [z. B. Korb, Diagramm, Garn, Kurs, Maschine, Nadel]
short {adj} [e.g. biography, course, film, holiday]Kurz- [z. B. Biografie, Lehrgang, Film, Urlaub]
acad. educ. to attend sth. [a seminar, a lecture, a course, etc.]
etw.Akk. belegen [ein Seminar, eine Vorlesung, einen Kurs usw.]
educ. to take sth. [attend] [a course, etc.]
etw.Akk. belegen [einen Kurs usw.]
to depart [from a course, path etc.]
abweichen [vom Weg etc.]
to pursue sth. [course, path]
etw. einschlagen [Kurs, Weg]
to drift [deviate from a course]
abweichen [vom Kurs]
to run [course of study etc.]
educ. to enrol [Br.] [course, seminar at university]
inskribieren [bes. österr.]
to enroll [Am.] [course, seminar at university]
inskribieren [bes. österr.]
to channel sth. [way, course]sichDat. etw. bahnen [Weg etc.]
educ. to flunk sth. [esp. Am.] [course]in etw.Dat. durchrauschen [ugs.] [Schul- oder Studienfach]
to pass sb. [to certify success in an investigation, examination, course of study, etc.]jdn. bestehen lassen [bei einer Untersuchung, einem Examen, Kurs u. ä.]
to twist [follow a winding course, e.g. road, river]sichAkk. winden [z. B. Straße, Fluss]
to twist [follow a winding course]sichAkk. schlängeln
direction [course, route]
Richtung {f}
gastr. entree [esp. Am.] [main course]
Hauptgang {m}
acad. educ. semester [of a particular degree course]
Fachsemester {n}
policy [course, direction]
Kurs {m} [fig.]
acad. lecture [also: course of lectures]
Kolleg {n} [akademische Vorlesung]
track [course of action]
Vorgehen {n}
tack [zigzag course]
Zickzackkurs {m} [zu Lande]
race [obs.] [fig.] [course of life]
Lebensbahn {f} [geh.] [Lebensverlauf, Lebensweg]
crisis [turning point in the course of something]
Wendepunkt {m} [im Geschehensverlauf von etwas]
educ. credits [course credits]
Leistungspunkte {pl}
... 101 [introductory course, also fig.: the basics of sth.]Grundkurs {m} (in) ... [auch fig.]
educ. [traditional course of studies with no separate undergraduate and graduate levels]grundständiges Studium {n} [mit Abschluss Diplom, Magister oder Staatsexamen]
aviat. drift [deviation from course]Abweichung {f} vom Sollkurs
educ. enrolment [Br.] [for a course of lectures, a seminar etc.]Inskription {f} [österr.]
hist. history [course of events]Geschichtsverlauf {m}
leg [a section of a course]Fahrtabschnitt {m}
educ. repeater [a student repeating a course or class]Repetent {m} [bes. österr. u. schweiz.] [Wiederholer einer Schulstufe]
2 Words: Others
self-learning {adj} [e.g. unit, center, course]Selbstlern- [z. B. Einheit, Zentrum, Kurs]
six-month {adj} [attr.] [duration: course, contract, etc.]halbjährig
twelve-part {adj} [attr.] <12-part> [e.g. serial, course]zwölfteilig <12-teilig> [z. B. Serie, Kurs]
idiom Why, yes. [Of course.]Aber klar doch! [ugs.] [Selbstverständlich!]
with time {adv} [in the course of time]im Laufe der Zeit [mit der Zeit]
2 Words: Verbs
to depart from sth. [one's course, principles etc.]von etw. abgehen [abweichen]
to drift off [move away from the correct course]abdriften
to enrol in sth. [Br.] [course, lecture]etw. belegen [Kurs, Vorlesung]
to enroll in sth. [Am.] [course, lecture]etw. belegen [Kurs, Vorlesung]
to play out [fig.] [run its course, take place]sich abspielen [seinen Verlauf oder Lauf nehmen]
educ. to register for sth. [course, seminar, etc.]etw. belegen [Kurs, Seminar etc.]
to register for sth. [course, seminar, etc.]sich einschreiben für / in etw. [Kurs, Seminar etc.]
to subscribe to sth. [esp. course]sichAkk. bei etw.Dat. anmelden [bes. Kurs]
to turn off [change one's course, veer off]abdrehen [die Richtung ändern, abbiegen]
2 Words: Nouns
acad. educ. academic course [course of studies]Studiengang {m}
acad. tech. assistive technologies [also university course: Assistive Technologies]assistive Technologien {pl}
acad. educ. biochem course [coll.] [short for: biochemistry course]Biochemiekurs {m}
blind alley [fig.] [a course of action leading nowhere]Irrgang {m}
educ. bridging course [e.g. a preparatory course to bridge a knowledge gap]Brückenkurs {m}
educ. course matter [course content]Kursinhalt {m}
drop-out [from a course etc.]Abbrecher {m}
educ. dropout risk [drop out from a course or program]Abbruchrisiko {n}
enrolment list [Br.] [for a course, etc.]Anmeldeliste {f} [für einen Kurs usw.]
naut. Unverified ground track [course over ground] <COG>Kurs {m} über Grund <KüG>
educ. history class [history course]Geschichtskurs {m}
educ. honors course [Am.] [higher level course]Leistungskurs {m} [Kurs auf erhöhtem Anforderungsniveau]
acad. International Development [university course]Internationale Entwicklung {f} [Universitätsinstitut]
acad. irrigation technology [also a course subject]Bewässerungstechnik {f} [auch Studienfach]
hydro. river regime [variability of discharge during the course of a year]Abflussregime {n}
educ. school branch [type of school or course of studies]Schulzweig {m}
sports Spin® class [course]Indoorcycling-Kurs {m}
sports survival running [obstacle course racing]Survival Running {n} [Extremhindernislauf]
3 Words: Others
over the day {adv} [during the course of the day]im Tagesverlauf
3 Words: Verbs
educ. to sign up for sth. [a seminar, a lecture, a course, etc.]etw.Akk. belegen [ein Seminar, eine Vorlesung, einen Kurs usw.]
3 Words: Nouns
educ. confirmation of participation [in a course]Teilnahmebestätigung {f} [für einen Kurs]
4 Words: Nouns
sports 36-hole golf course [also: 36 hole golf course]36-Loch-Golfplatz {m}
sports Bird of Prey course [ski race course]Raubvogelpiste {f}
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