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English-German translation for: [experience]
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bitter {adj} [experience, time period, etc.]
hart [Erfahrung, Jahre etc.]
painful {adj} [e.g. experience, loss]
schmerzlich [z. B. Erfahrung, Verlust]
painful {adj} [experience]
leidvoll [Erfahrung]
enlightening {adj} [discussion, experience, look, ideas, etc.]
erhellend [Diskussion, Erfahrung, Blick, Ideen etc.]
raw {adj} [lacking experience or understanding]
grün [oft pej.] [unerfahren]
film theatre acting {adj} [attr.] [e.g. academy, career, classes, debut, experience, instructor]
Schauspiel- [z. B. Akademie, Karriere, Unterricht, Debüt, Erfahrung, Lehrer]
fighting {adj} [attr.] [e.g. behaviour, bull, dog, experience, mood, morale]
Kampf- [z. B. Verhalten, Stier, Hund, Erfahrung, Stimmung, Moral]
foreign {adj} [e.g. assignment, call, experience, news]
Auslands- [z. B. Einsatz, Gespräch, Erfahrung, Nachrichten]
driving {adj} [attr.] [e.g. lesson, skills, experience]
Fahr- [z. B. Stunde, Künste, Praxis]
flying {adj} [attr.] [e.g. ban, experience, time, fox]Flug- [z. B. Verbot, Praxis, Zeit, Hund]
hallucinatory {adj} [state, effect, vision, experience]halluzinatorisch
listening {adj} [attr.] [e.g. comprehension, exercise, experience, material, pleasure, text]Hör- [z. B. Verständnis, Übung, Erlebnis, Material, Vergnügen, Text]
to witness sth. [have knowledge of sth. from observation or experience]
etw.Akk. erleben [miterleben, beobachten]
to undergo sth. [experience]
etw.Akk. erleben [durchleben, durchmachen]
to suffer sth. [experience, undergo]
etw.Akk. durchmachen [ugs.] [ertragen, durchleiden]
to see sth. [experience, witness] [e.g. the turn of the century, the first lunar landing]
etw.Akk. erleben [z. B. die Jahrhundertwende, die erste Mondlandung]
psych. to debrief sb. [after a traumatic experience]ein traumatisches Erlebnis nachbesprechen [Debriefing]
to encounter sb./sth. [meet sb. unexpectedly; unexpectedly experience sth. (e.g. difficulties)]auf jdn./etw. treffen [jdm. unvermutet begegnen; auf etw. stoßen (z. B. Schwierigkeiten)]
to encounter sb./sth. [meet sb. unexpectedly; unexpectedly experience sth. (e.g. resistance)]auf jdn./etw. stoßen [jdm. unvermutet begegnen; auf etw. treffen (z. B. Widerstand)]
blast [Am.] [coll.] [enjoyable experience]
Wahnsinnsspaß {m} [ugs.]
blast [Am.] [coll.] [fig.] [extremely enjoyable experience]
Heidenspaß {m} [ugs.]
practice [experience]
Routine {f} [Erfahrung in etw.]
blast [Am.] [coll.] [fig.] [extremely enjoyable experience]
Riesenspaß {m} [ugs.] [österr. auch: Riesenspass]
stock [knowledge, experience]
Fundus {m} [geistiger Grundstock]
philos. psych. quale [subjective, conscious experience]
Quale {n} [bewusster subjektiver Erlebnisgehalt]
biol. spec. [the perceptually-based ability to experience and manipulate one's world]Merkwelt {f}
psych. downer [coll.] [depressing experience]harter Schlag {m} [deprimierendes Erlebnis]
practice [experience]praktische Erfahrung {f}
philos. seeing [givenness of an object in experience]Erschauung {f}
theatre trouper [actor with long experience](erfahrener) Schauspieler {m}
2 Words: Others
first-hand {adv} [hear, learn, experience, witness]persönlich
first-hand {adj} [observation, experience, knowledge]eigen [Anschauung, Erfahrung, Wissen]
four-decade {adj} [attr.] [e.g. experience]vierzigjährig [z. B. Erfahrung]
fuzz-free {adj} [Am.] [coll.] [day, experience]unbeschwert
non-university {adj} [institute, research, experience etc.]außeruniversitär
2 Words: Verbs
to expose sb. to sth. [experience, knowledge]jdn. mit etw.Dat. in Berührung bringen
to face headwinds [fig.] [experience resistance that inhibits progress]Gegenwind bekommen [fig.] [Widerstand zu spüren bekommen]
idiom to get over sth. [recover from an upsetting or startling experience]etw. verkraften [seelisch bewältigen]
to go through sth. [undergo, experience] [e.g. hardship]etw.Akk. erleben [durchmachen, erleiden] [z. B. Not]
to partake of sth. [e.g. an experience]etw.Gen. teilhaftig werden [geh.] [veraltend]
to pass through sth. [fig.] [an experience]etw.Akk. durchstehen
to pass through sth. [undergo, experience]etw. durchmachen [ugs.] [durchleben, erdulden]
2 Words: Nouns
market. brand experienceMarkenerfahrung {f} [auch: Brand Experience {f}]
market. brand experienceMarkenerlebnis {n} [auch: Brand Experience {f}]
hair-raiser [coll.] [terrifying experience]entsetzliches Erlebnis {n}
art installation art [creation of a visceral and/or conceptual experience in a particular environment]Installation {f} [Schaffung eines intuitiven oder konzeptionellen Erlebnisraumes]
long pedigree [experience]langjährige Erfahrung {f}
old stager [also: old-stager] [sb. with lots of experience]alter Hase {m} [ugs.] [jd. mit viel Erfahrung]
super-humanness [exceeding normal human ability or experience]Sondermenschentum {n} [selten für: Ausnahmemenschen]
treasure trove [fig.] [of experience etc.]Schatz {m} [fig.] [... an Erfahrungen etc.]
3 Words: Others
at first hand {adv} [experience]am eigenen Leibe
first-hand / firsthand {adv} [gained by doing something yourself, e.g. experience]am eigenen Leib [nachgestellt] [Redewendung]
many years of [e.g. many years of experience]langjährig [z. B. langjährige Erfahrung]
3 Words: Verbs
to pop one's cherry [vulg.] [idiom] [to do or experience something for the first time]seine Unschuld verlieren [Redewendung] [etwas das erste Mal tun oder erleben]
to put sth. behind one [e.g. a bad experience]etw.Akk. hinter sichDat. lassen [z. B. eine schlechte Erfahrung]
3 Words: Nouns
philos. experience of others [also: experience of the other]Fremderfahrung {f}
journ. first-hand report [self-experience]Selbsterfahrungsbericht {m}
educ. university entrance exam [for people with vocational training and experience] [Austria]Berufsreifeprüfung {f} <BRP> [österr.]
5+ Words: Others
Sb. is going for it. [coll.] [willing to make an experience on his own, refusing good advice]Jd. will es wissen.
5+ Words: Verbs
to be out of one's depth [to have no experience] [idiom]keine Erfahrung haben
5+ Words: Nouns
once-in-a-lifetime experience [also: once in a lifetime experience]einmaliges Erlebnis {n}
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