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impossible {adj} [standard, etc.]
344
unerreichbar
somewhen {adv} [some time] [rare, perceived as archaic or non-standard unless used as a stylistic device, esp. in combination with "somewhere" etc.]
101
irgendwann
vanilla {adj} [fig.] [plain, conventional]
101
durchschnittlich [Standard-, konventionell]
comm. straight {adj}
65
gewöhnlich [Standard, ohne Extras]
unequivocably {adv} [non-standard spv.] [unequivocally]
65
eindeutig
received {adj} [accepted, standard]
55
anerkannt
normalized {adj} [conforming to a social norm or standard]
40
standesgemäß
unequivocably {adv} [non-standard spv.] [unequivocally]
37
unmissverständlich
standardized {adj} [brought into conformity with a social standard]
15
standesgemäß
yer {pron} [non-standard: for you]
13
du
[late (deceased)] {adj} [attr.] [may in German be used colloquially hum. for things that do not exist any longer, besides the standard meaning for persons which is becoming old-fashioned]seligen Angedenkens [nachgestellt] [ugs. hum.] [einstig, früher] [nicht Personen betreffend]
competent {adj} [of a good standard but not very good]ganz passabel
living {adj} [attr.] [e.g. conditions, environment, processes, situation, standard]Lebens- [z. B. Umstände, Umfeld, Prozesse, Situation, Standard]
received {adj} [accepted, standard]allgemein akzeptiert
Verbs
to square sth. [regulate, adjust]
47
etw. ausrichten [an Standard anpassen]
to undermine sth.
20
etw.Akk. aufweichen [Standard etc.]
to survive [pattern, standard etc.]erhalten bleiben [Vorbild, Verhaltensmuster etc.]
Nouns
danger [signal word, ANSI standard]
1162
Gefahr {f} [Signalwort, z. B. verbindlich in techn. Dokumentationen]
QM caution [signal word, ANSI standard]
965
Vorsicht {f} [Signalwort, z. B. verbindlich in techn. Dokumentationen]
warning [signal word, ANSI standard]
502
Warnung {f} [Signalwort, z. B. verbindlich in techn. Dokumentationen]
requirement
76
Anspruch {m} [Voraussetzung, Standard]
rule [principle, standard]
72
Richtlinie {f}
condolescence [non-standard]
48
Anteilnahme {f}
notice [signal word, ANSI standard]
25
Hinweis {m} [hinweisendes Signalwort, z. B. in techn. Dokumentationen]
knowledge [standard, state of knowledge]
24
Wissensstand {m}
anat. med. bicep [non-standard]
22
Bizeps {m}
metric [esp. Am.] [standard of measurement]
18
Kennzahl {f} [Messgröße]
noncompliance [to a standard]
14
Nichteinhaltung {f} [einer Norm]
mil. bannerman [standard-bearer]
12
Fahnenträger {m}
quality [high standard]
12
Format {n} [hohes Niveau]
unit radian <rad> [standard unit of angular measure]
12
Radiant {m} <rad>
Bluetooth® [standard for wireless data transmission]
8
Bluetooth® {m} {n} [Standard zur kabellosen Datenübertragung]
constr. [pre-engineered home, standard design, relatively cheap]
6
Typenhaus {n} [vorgeplant, standardisiert und preiswert]
noncompliance [to a standard]
5
Nichterfüllung {f} [einer Norm]
mus. [a standard reference to determine the chronology of J. S. Bach's vocal works composed in Leipzig produced by the musicologist Alfred Dürr (1976)]Chronologie {f} der Leipziger Vokalwerke
gastr. [standard fresh herbs and roots for soup]Suppengrün {n}
[standard] Standart {m} [FALSCH für: Standard]
rail [train of narrow-gauge wagon carrier trucks hauling standard-gauge wagons]Rollbockzug {m}
philos. pol. biopower [standard transl. of Michel Foucault's term 'biopouvoir']Bio-Macht {f} [auch: Biomacht] [nach Michel Foucault]
ling. Bokmål [standard Norwegian] [also spelt Bokmaal]Bokmål {n}
engin. phys. tech. etalon [fundamental measurement standard]Maßverkörperung {f}
phys. unit etalon [metrological standard]Normal {n} [metrologischer Vergleichsgegenstand]
publ. Krünitz [standard 18th/19th-century German encyclopedia]Krünitz {m} [ugs.] [Oekonomische Encyklopädie]
hist. Oriflamme [battle standard of the King of France] [also: oriflamme]Oriflamme {f}
square [archaic] [pattern, standard]Muster {n} [fig.] [Vorbild]
zool. walri [usually hum.] [non-standard] [rare for: walruses][humoristische Pluralbildung für: Walrosse]
weight [standard mass]Gewichtstück {n}
zool. T
publ. Zedler [standard 18th-century German encyclopedia]Zedler {m} [ugs.] [Großes Universal-Lexicon]
2 Words: Others
abysmally poor {adj} [coll.] [far below an acceptable standard]grottig [ugs.]
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