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comm. ind. downstream {adj} [at a subsequent stage of a process]
120
nachgelagert
intermediate {adj} [position, stage, etc.]
120
mittlere [Position, Stufe etc.]
preparatory {adj} [e.g. course, period, stage]
61
Vorbereitungs- [z. B. Kurs, Zeit, Phase]
terminal {adj} [e.g. stage, bud, device, moraine]
59
End- [z. B. Stadium, Knospe, Gerät, Moräne]
sports anchor {adj} [attr.] [final stage of a relay race]
10
Schluss- [z. B. Schlussläufer]
stagy {adj} [theatrical, pertaining to the stage]
5
bühnenmäßig
theatre Exit. [stage direction]Geht ab. [Regieanweisung]
Verbs
to light [a street, the stage etc.]
495
beleuchten [Straße, Bühne etc.]
lit. to adapt sth. [e.g. a novel for the stage or screen]
483
etw.Akk. bearbeiten [z. B. einen Roman für die Bühne oder den Film]
theatre to mount sth. [stage, produce]
93
etw. inszenieren
theatre to enact [stage]
70
inszenieren
mus. theatre to fake [music, stage dialogue etc.]
13
improvisieren
theatre to corpse [Br.] [sl.] [to laugh involuntarily or inopportunely while on stage]
6
[auf der Bühne einen (unbeabsichtigten) Lachkrampf bekommen]
dance to exit [from stage]
5
abtanzen [von der Bühne]
to walk [sl.] [stage a walkout, go on strike]die Arbeit niederlegen [streiken]
Nouns
naut. jetty [landing stage]
796
Steg {m} [Anlegestelle]
travel leg [stage of a journey]
150
Etappe {f} [Schiffs- oder Flugreise]
state [phase, stage]
54
Stadium {n}
actors [participants; also: stage or film actors]
43
Akteure {pl} [handelnde Personen, Beteiligte; geh. auch: Schauspieler]
crest [highest point, stage]
34
Scheitel {m} [Scheitelpunkt, Zenit]
theatre revolve [revolving stage]
20
Drehbühne {f}
sunset [fig.] [final stage]
15
Endphase {f}
riser [platform, stage]
9
Podium {n}
educ. [examinations ending the pre-clinical stage]
8
Physika {pl}
theatre [actor who easily starts to laugh on stage]Lachwurzen {f} [österr.] [ugs.]
jobs theatre [assistant directors, prompters and stage managers]Szenischer Dienst {m} [Berufsgruppe]
mus. theatre [literally a 'stage-consecrating festival play'; Wagner's description of his last dramatic work "Parsifal"]Bühnenweihfestspiel {n}
archi. [newly built theatre or stage]Bühnenneubau {m}
theatre [the seat rows in front of the stage]Cercle {m} [österr.]
geol. Callovian [stage, age]Callovium {n}
med. VetMed. zool. coenurus [larval stage of some tapeworm species]Drehwurm {m} [Coenurus cerebralis] [Finne einer Bandwurmart]
geol. Emsian [a stage of the Early Devonian period]Emsium {n}
agr. bot. mycol. T
agr. bot. mycol. T
theatre leg [support or prop used on stage]Schenkel {m} [auch: Schal]
geol. Maastrichtian [stage of the Late Cretaceous]Maastrichtium {n} [Stufe der Oberkreide]
mus. theatre runway [stage component]Bühnensteg {m}
theatre vampire [trapdoor on stage]Versenkung {f} [auf der Bühne]
2 Words: Others
med. zool. early adult {adj} [development stage]frühadult [Entwicklungsstadium]
med. high grade {adj} <G4> [stage 4 acc. to TNM classification of malignant tumours] [most of these tumors are inoperable]niedrig differenziert <G4> [Grading (Angabe, wie differenziert das Tumorgewebe ist) nach TNM-Klassifikation; Tumore meistens inoperabel]
med. low grade {adj} <G1> [stage 1 acc. to TNM classification of malignant tumours] [usually still relatively harmless]hoch differenziert <G1> [Grading (Angabe, wie differenziert das Tumorgewebe ist) nach TNM-Klassifikation; "relativ harmlos"]
electr. single-ended {adj} [e.g. amplifier stage]Eintakt- [z. B. Endstufe]
2 Words: Verbs
sports theatre to play on sth. [field, stage]etw. bespielen [Platz, Bühne]
2 Words: Nouns
QM committee drafts <CDs> [committee stage] [ISO, IEC]Komitee-Entwürfe / Komiteeentwürfe {pl} [ISO-Normungsprozess; Stufe: Komiteephase]
concept phase [first stage, early stage]Konzeptstadium {n}
biol. dauer stage [endurance stage]Dauerzustand {m}
evolutionary phase [stage]Entwicklungsabschnitt {m} [Stadium]
infant stage [beginning stage]Anfangsstadium {n}
ling. language obsolescence [stage of a minority language rarely used]Sprachvergessen {n} [einer bedrohten Sprache]
psych. latency period [latency stage or phase]Aufschubsperiode {f} [selten] [sexuelle Latenzperiode]
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