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English-German translation for: [highest]
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Dictionary English German: [highest]

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English German
topflight {adj} [of highest quality] [also: top-flight]
prima [ugs.] [indekl.] [erstklassig]
prime {adj} [of the highest renown]von bestem Ansehen [nachgestellt]
hydro. to crest [Am.] [flood or river: rise to its highest level]den Höchststand erreichen [Flut, Fluss]
hydro. to crest [Am.] [flood: rise to its highest level]den Scheitelpunkt erreichen [Flut]
chem. to peroxidise [Br.] [raise to the highest oxidation level]peroxidieren [auf die höchste Oxidationsstufe bringen]
chem. to peroxidize [raise to the highest oxidation level]peroxidieren [auf die höchste Oxidationsstufe bringen]
acad. educ. doctor [person who holds the highest university degree]
Doktor {m} [Träger eines Doktortitels]
crest [highest point, stage]
Scheitel {m} [Scheitelpunkt, Zenit]
pitch [highest point, degree]
Höhepunkt {m}
apogee [fig.] [the highest point or state]
Hochzeit {f} [geh.] [Höhepunkt]
jobs law pol. justice [a judge on the highest court of a government, such as a judge on the US Supreme Court]
Richter {m} [am Obersten Gerichtshof eines Staates, z. B. der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika]
theatre the gods [highest gallery in a theatre]
Galerie {f}
height [fig.] [the highest point of a cultural movement]
Hochzeit {f} [geh.] [Höhepunkt; Hochblüte]
zenith [fig.] [highest point or state]
Hochzeit {f} [geh.] [Höhepunkt]
hist. mil. Unverified [highest commissioned rank of the SS, except for "Reichsführer-SS"]SS-Oberst-Gruppenführer {m} [entspr. Generaloberst]
med. [highest medical officer in Swiss army]Oberfeldarzt {m} [Schweiz]
mus. [highest ranking conductor]Generalmusikdirektor {m} <GMD>
educ. advancement [e.g. to the next highest grade]Aufrücken {n} [Vorrücken, z. B. in die nächsthöhere Klasse]
geogr. Carrauntoohil [highest peak in Ireland]Carrantuohill {m}
mus. chanterelle [highest string on the violin, lute, etc.]Chanterelle {f} [höchste Saite der Violine, Laute, etc.]
astron. Unverified culmination [highest level]Höchststand {m}
jobs law pol. justice [female] [a female judge on the highest court of a government, such as a female judge on the US Supreme Court]Richterin {f} [am Obersten Gerichtshof eines Staates, z. B. der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika]
admin. hist. palatine [highest-ranking official in the Kingdom of Hungary]Palatin {m} [höchster Beamter im Königreich Ungarn]
hist. mil. Reichsmarschall [highest rank in the German Wehrmacht]Reichsmarschall {m}
geogr. Snowdon [highest peak in Wales]Snowdon {m}
geogr. Wasserkuppe [highest peak in the Rhoen]Wasserkuppe {f}
2 Words: Others
first-class {adj} [of highest quality]prima [veraltend] [indekl.] [erstklassig]
2 Words: Nouns
relig. chief apostle [highest minister in the New Apostolic Church]Stammapostel {m} [höchste Amtsstufe der Neuapostolischen Kirche]
mus. clarino playing [baroque trumpet: playing in the highest clarino register]Clarinblasen {n}
meteo. temperature record [highest temperature ever recorded]Temperaturrekord {m}
3 Words: Nouns
hist. mil. Pour le Mérite ["For the merit", highest Prussian order for merits in war and peace]Pour le Mérite {m} ["Für das Verdienst", höchster preußischer Orden für Verdienste im Krieg und Frieden]
4 Words: Others
idiom of the first water {adj} [postpos.] [fig.] [idiom] [of the highest quality](von) erster Güte [nachgestellt]
idiom of the first water {adj} [postpos.] [fig.] [idiom] [of the highest quality](von) höchster Güte [nachgestellt]
4 Words: Verbs
to swing for the fences [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [attempt to satisfy one's highest aspirations]nach den Sternen greifen [geh.] [Redewendung] [etwas kaum Erreichbares haben wollen]
4 Words: Nouns
sports the Dutch football league [Br.] [commonly used for Dutch "Eredivisie"; highest Dutch football league]Ehrendivision {f} [Niederländisch: Eredivisie; höchste niederländische Fußball-Liga]
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