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Dictionary English German: [events]

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English German
ominous {adj} [foreshadowing unpleasant events]
420
verdächtig [ominös, nicht geheuer]
collateral {adj} [events]
175
Begleit-
forthcoming {adj} [e.g. events]kommend [bevorstehend] [z. B. Ereignisse]
Verbs
to survey [events, trends]einen Überblick geben (über)
to unfold [events etc.]sich abspielen
Nouns
implication [of events]
2703
Auswirkung {f}
course [of events]
1122
Verlauf {m}
implication [of events]
382
Bedeutung {f} [Tragweite]
stunner [coll.] [amazing turn of events, big surprise]
350
Riesenüberraschung {f} [ugs.] [bes. Ereignis]
narration [of events, journey]
87
Schilderung {f}
course [of events, direction]
73
Lauf {m} [Verlauf, Flusslauf, Astron.]
scenario [imagined sequence of events]
27
Gedankenspiel {n}
string [of events]
25
Rattenschwanz {m} [fig.] [Serie, Folge von Ereignissen]
jobs marshal [official at events]
19
Ordner {m} [z. B. bei Demonstrationen]
dance proms [Am.] [esp. dance events of high-school / college classes]
17
Bälle {pl} [insbes. Schulbälle]
course [of events etc.]
15
Gang {m} [der Dinge etc.]
chants [especially at large events]
13
Sprechchöre {pl}
lit. mus. allusion [on historical events, literary texts or musical works]
9
Allusion {f} [geh.] [Anspielung]
impact [fig.] [of speeches, events, etc.]
6
Wirkungsmacht {f} [geh.] [Wirkmacht]
lit. [novel based on real events but using changed names]
5
Schlüsselroman {m}
med. [suspected cases of adverse events following immunisation] [Br.]Verdachtsfälle {pl} von Impfkomplikationen
götterdämmerung [disastrous conclusion of events]Götterdämmerung {f} [fig.]
hist. history [course of events]Geschichtsverlauf {m}
2 Words: Others
Unverified Add oil! [expression of encouragement, e.g. before sporting events or exams][Ausdruck der Ermutigung, z.B. vor Sportveranstaltungen oder Prüfungen]
2 Words: Verbs
to conspire against sth. [of events, circumstances]sich gegen etw. zusammentun [fig.] [Umstände]
to fall out [events, games, etc.]ausgehen [Ereignisse, Spiele etc.] [in bestimmter Weise enden]
to go sb.'s way [of events]sich zu jds. Gunsten entwickeln
to set off [series of events, alarm]auslösen
to set up [a process, series of events]auslösen
2 Words: Nouns
fortunate turn [of events]glückliche Wendung {f}
goings-on {pl} [happenings, events]Geschehen {n}
publ. urban listings magazine [Br.] [listing future cultural, sports events etc.]Stadtmagazin {n} [kündigt an und informiert über die kommenden Kultur- und Sportereignisse etc.]
tail risk [risk of rare events]Extremrisiko {n}
RadioTV television coverage [of sport and other events]Fernsehübertragung {f}
temporary stands [e.g. for sporting events]provisorische Tribüne {f}
theatre theatre's programme [Br.] [of forthcoming events]Theaterprogramm {n} [Spielplan]
RadioTV watch party [live broadcast of sports or other events in public]Public Viewing {n}
3 Words: Nouns
(illegal) ticket resale [reselling tickets for admission to events](illegaler) Kartenwiederverkauf {m}
sports run-up marker [e.g. for field events]Anlaufmarkierung {f} [z. B. für Leichtathletikdisziplinen]
4 Words: Verbs
idiom to come thick and fast [events]sich überschlagen [Ereignisse]
to follow in quick succession [events]sich überschlagen [Ereignisse]
to look back on / upon sth. [fig.] [on past events, past success, etc.]auf etw.Akk. zurückblicken [fig.] [auf Vergangenes, frühere Erfolge etc.]
to turn out badly for sb. [events, plans]für jdn. schief ausgehen [Sachen, Pläne]
to turn out badly for sb. [events, plans]für jdn. schlecht ausgehen [Sachen, Pläne]
5+ Words: Others
proverb quote Coming events cast their shadows before. [Thomas Campbell] [proverb also: Coming events cast their shadow before.]Kommende Ereignisse werfen ihre Schatten voraus.
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