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

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English German
assured {adj} {past-p} [secure, promised]
128
zugesichert
safe {adj} [secure]
12
ungefährdet
centered {adj} [emotionally stable and secure] [Am.](emotional) gefestigt [ausgeglichen]
comp. SD™ {adj} [Secure Digital]SD-™
Verbs
to establish sth. [secure, make firm]
433
etw. durchsetzen
to bind sth. [secure the edge]
338
etw. einfassen
to insure sth. [secure]
158
etw.Akk. sicherstellen [sichern]
to retain sb. [to secure the service of (a barrister / attorney / an expert) with a preliminary payment]
133
jdn. beauftragen [(einen Anwalt / Sachverständigen) unter Zahlung eines Vorschusses in Dienst nehmen]
to indemnify [secure]
26
sicherstellen
to seal sth. [secure sth., e.g. the victory, the championship]sichDat. etw. sichern [z. B. den Sieg, die Meisterschaft]
to steady [make secure]fest / sicher machen
to steady sth. [make secure]etw. sicherstellen
Nouns
vault [Am.] [secure storage place for valuables]
326
Schatzkammer {f}
jimps [fluting; indentations on a shank for a more secure grip]Riffel {pl} [Riffelung, z. B. am Erl des Rasiermessers]
hist. relig. living [Br.] [ecclesiastical position with a secure income]Benefiziat {m}
jobs perch [fig.] [high secure position]hohe feste Stellung {f} [Amt, Posten]
2 Words
to bed down sth. [to secure or protect sth.]etw. [+Akk.] einbetten
to line up sb./sth. [idiom] [secure, make available]sichDat. jdn./etw. beschaffen
jobs sociol. generation internship [young academics with low incomes and little prospect for a secure future]Generation {f} Praktikum
med. psychiatric ward [secure unit]geschlossene Abteilung {f} [ugs.]
hist. sally port [secure entryway as at a prison][Schleusenbereich, z. B. im Gefängnis]
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