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Dictionary English German: [period]

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English German
defining {adj} [moment, period]
477
prägend
bitter {adj} [experience, time period, etc.]
302
hart [Erfahrung, Jahre etc.]
frenetic {adj} [activity, pace, period]
260
hektisch
castle {adj} [attr.] [referring to a fortified castle, typically of the medieval period]
218
Burg-
preparatory {adj} [e.g. course, period, stage]
61
Vorbereitungs- [z. B. Kurs, Zeit, Phase]
astron. phys. orbital {adj} [e.g. movement, period]
11
Umlauf- [Orbital-] [z. B. Bewegung, Zeit]
climacteric {adj} [period, event]
7
kritisch [Punkt, Zeitpunkt]
med. antepartum {adj} [relating to the period before childbirth]
5
peripartal [Zeitpunkt um die Geburt herum; in der Spätschwangerschaft]
temporary {adj} [tied to a particular period]
5
zeitgebunden
always {adv} [throughout a long period of the past]immer schon
always {adv} [throughout a long period of the past]schon immer
jobs articled {adj} [Br.] [undergoing a period of training with a firm]in der Ausbildung [nachgestellt]
hist. colonial {adj} [of the colonial period]kolonialzeitlich
early {adj} [belonging to a period far back in time]alt [früh]
Georgian {adj} [architecture, house, style, period]georgianisch
growing {adj} [attr.] [growth] [e.g. cycle, pains, period]Wachstums- [z. B. Zyklus, Schmerzen, Periode]
interwar {adj} [also: inter-war] [e.g. period, years, generation] [period between WW I und WW II]Zwischenkriegs- [z. B. Zeit, Jahre, Generation] [Zeit zwischen WK I und WK II]
period {adj} [attr.] [pertaining to or evocative of a historical period]aus der Zeit [nachgestellt] [historisch, zeitgenössisch]
transitionary {adj} [e. g. government, period]Übergangs- [z. B. Regierung, Periode]
Verbs
to give sth. [period of grace, loan, etc.]
327
etw. einräumen [Frist, Kredit etc.]
to stagger sth. [spread over a period of time]
37
etw.Akk. entzerren [zeitlich]
to stop [for a moment, a short period]
29
innehalten
gastr. Unverified [to lay sth. out (meat) for a period of time to reach a certain desired quality]etw. abliegen [österr.] [südd.] [durch längeres Liegen mürbe werden, an Qualität gewinnen (Fleisch)]
theatre [to show the same play each night for a limited period or as long as it is successful]en-suite spielen
brew to lager sth. [to store beer during a period of aging]etw. lagern [bes. in Lagerkellern, Bierkellern]
to roost [lodge or stay for a night or a period of time, usu. in an informal or temporary manner]sein Quartier aufgeschlagen haben [ugs.] [(vorübergehend) schlafen oder wohnen]
Nouns
archi. hist. castle [fortified, esp. of the medieval period]
3503
Burg {f}
tenure [office period]
2877
Amtszeit {f}
youth [period or condition; also fig.]
1390
Jugend {f} [Lebensabschnitt oder Zustand; auch fig.]
stage [period]
1349
Abschnitt {m} [Phase, Stadium]
stage [period]
1240
Phase {f}
respite [period of time]
384
Frist {f}
spell [short period of time]
267
Weile {f}
jobs stint [period of time]
253
Arbeitsperiode {f}
spell [short period]
161
Weilchen {n}
term [time limit, period]
146
Frist {f}
twilight [evening period of twilight]
138
Abenddämmerung {f}
term [period of validity, running time etc.]
137
Laufzeit {f}
prosperity [period]
117
Blütezeit {f} [fig.]
bout [period]
104
Periode {f}
sports half [playing period]
103
Halbzeit {f} [Hälfte der Spielzeit]
retreat [period of seclusion]
92
Klausur {f} [Abgeschiedenheit]
cycle [time period]
63
Zeitraum {m}
med. hospitalization [period]
60
Krankenhausaufenthalt {m}
centenary [rare] [period of 100 years]
57
Jahrhundert {n} [Zeitspanne von 100 Jahren]
law minority [state or period of being under legal age]
57
Unmündigkeit {f}
incarceration [period]
54
Kerkerhaft {f}
space [period of time]
53
Zeitraum {m}
med. hospitalization [period]
38
Klinikaufenthalt {m}
stage [period]
33
Zeitspanne {f}
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