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heavily {adv} [to a great degree]
245
stark [in hohem Maße]
rather {adv} [somewhat; to a considerable degree]
214
einigermaßen [ziemlich]
quite {adv} [to some degree]
146
recht [ziemlich, ganz]
sb. graduated [received a degree]
48
jd. promovierte
some {adv} [coll.] [in some degree]
21
etwas
psych. overprotective {adj} [to a pathological degree]
14
überbeschützend
eloquent {adj} [to a very high degree]
9
sprachmächtig [geh.]
any {adv} [in whatever degree]
6
irgendwie
second {adj} [attr.] [e.g. assessor, brood, car, degree, edition, family, home]Zweit- [z. B. Gutachter, Brut, Wagen, Studium, Auflage, Familie, Wohnsitz]
some {adv} [coll.] [a little, to some degree]ein bisschen
some {adv} [coll.] [a little, to some degree]ein wenig
Verbs
to finish sth. [school, one's degree, etc.]
111
etw.Akk. absolvieren [die Schule, sein Studium etc.]
educ. to earn [acquire] [degree, diploma]
70
erhalten [Diplom, Titel, Abschluss]
to earn [acquire] [degree, diploma]
32
erlangen [Doktorgrad etc.]
to cap sb. [Scot.] [NZ] [award a degree]jdm. einen akademischen Grad verleihen
Nouns
extent [degree, size]
2590
Umfang {m} [Ausmaß]
acad. educ. doctor [person who holds the highest university degree]
193
Doktor {m} [Träger eines Doktortitels]
notch [point, degree]
144
Stufe {f} [fig.]
pitch [degree]
77
Stufe {f} [Grad]
size [extent, degree, scale]
66
Ausmaß {n}
pitch [highest point, degree]
32
Höhepunkt {m}
acad. educ. semester [of a particular degree course]
26
Fachsemester {n}
remove [distance or degree of separation or remoteness]
20
Distanz {f} [Abstand]
educ. [central clearing house for places in degree programmes]
12
ZVS {f} [Zentralstelle für die Vergabe von Studienplätzen]
pitch [degree]
12
Grad {m} [fig.]
admin. jobs [civil servant with an academic degree]
11
A-Beamter {m} [österr.]
acad. Master [female person with a Master's degree]
11
Magistra {f} <Mag.a> <Mag.> [österr.]
educ. [final thesis for M.A. degree]
10
Magisterarbeit {f}
educ. licentiate [Br.] [holder of a university degree]
10
Lizenziat {m} [akademischer Titel] [veraltet, noch schweiz.]
remove [distance or degree of separation or remoteness]
9
Entfernung {f}
jobs ling. [interpreter with a college / university degree]
8
Diplomdolmetscher {m}
educ. licentiate [holder of a university degree]
8
Lizentiat {m} [bes. schweiz.]
jobs ling. [interpreter with a college / university degree]
7
Diplomdolmetsch {m} [österr.]
jobs ling. [interpreter with a college / university degree] [female]
7
Diplomdolmetscherin {f}
jobs [male person with a degree in "business informatics"]
7
Wirtschaftsinformatiker {m}
educ. licence [university degree]
6
Lizentiat {n} <lic.> [bes. schweiz.; in der katholischen Kirche Deutschlands noch heute erforderlich zur Lehrberechtigung an einer kirchlichen Hochschule]
educ. licentiate [holder of a university degree] [female]
6
Lizenziatin {f}
acad. educ. tripos {sg}
6
Tripos {m} [zwei- bzw. dreigestuftes Kurssystems der Universität Cambridge, wobei das dreistufige mit dem Bachelor und Masters Degree abschließt]
educ. licence [university degree]
5
Lizenziat {n}
educ. licentiate [holder of a university degree] [female]
5
Lizentiatin {f} [bes. schweiz.]
[German business administration degree, similar to MBA]Diplom-Kaufmann {m} <Dipl.-Kfm.>
educ. [German university degree comparable to the Master of Engineering]Diplom-Ingenieur {m} [FH]
[translator with a college / university degree]Diplom-Übersetzer {m}
jobs [translator with a college / university degree] [female]Diplom-Übersetzerin {f}
bogosity [coll.] [often hum.] [degree to which something is bogus; to be measured with a »bogometer«]Schwindelhaftigkeit {f} [selten] [eher hum.] [Maß, wie sehr etwas geschwindelt ist; messbar mit einem »Dubiometer«]
mus. dominant [i.e., fifth degree of the tonic scale]Oberdominante {f}
ling. positive [primary degree of an adjective or adverb]Positiv {m} [ungesteigerte Form des Adjektivs od. Adverbs]
2 Words: Verbs
to dispossess sb. of sth. [degree etc.]jdm. etw. einstellen [schweiz.] [aberkennen]
to study further [to continue studies e.g. toward a degree]sich weiterbilden
2 Words: Nouns
avunculate marriage [third-degree relation]Heirat {f} zwischen Blutsverwandten dritten Grades [Onkel / Nichte, Tante / Neffe]
med. bone age [degree of maturation of a child's bones]Skelettreife {f} [Knochenalter] [Maß für die Entwicklung des Heranwachsenden]
jobs law employment status [degree of employment]Anstellungsgrad {m}
MedTech. film density [degree of blackening of processed X-ray or photographic film] [EUR 17538](visuelle) optische Dichte {f} [EUR 17538]
acad. honorary degree [doctoral degree]Ehrendoktorat {m} <Dr. h. c.>
law murder one [Am.] [coll.] [first-degree murder][vorsätzlicher Mord oder zur Förderung eines anderen Verbrechens begangener Mord]
law murder two [coll.] [second-degree murder] [U.S. law]Totschlag {m} [hier: Strafrecht der USA]
educ. jobs Unverified professional certification [e.g. degree, diploma, certificate, or license]Berufsdiplom {n}
educ. jobs trainee teacher [with a degree]Unterrichtspraktikant {m} [österr.]
3 Words: Others
acad. with a degree {adv} [College or University degree]mit abgeschlossenem Studium
3 Words: Nouns
educ. relig. candidate of theology <cand. theol.> [Scandanavia, equivalent to a masters's degree or higher]Kandidat {m} der Theologie <cand. theol.> [Dänemark, Iceland, Norwegen, Schweden]
exhaust steam quality [degree of dryness]Abdampfqualität {f} [Trockenheitsgrad]
law second-degree murder [also: murder of the second degree] [U.S. law]Totschlag {m} [hier: Strafrecht der USA]
jobs start-up engineer [with university degree]Inbetriebnahme-Ingenieur {m}
law Unverified third-degree murder [murder that does not meet the requirements of first or second degree murder]billigende Inkaufnahme einer Tötung {f}
4 Words: Nouns
dent. degree of tooth mobility [recorded as 1st, 2nd or 3rd degree]Zahnlockerungsgrad {m}
factory-trained service engineers [with degree qualification]im Werk ausgebildete Service-Ingenieure {pl}
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