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Dictionary English German: [success]

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English German
scant {adj} [improvement, success etc.]
heady {adj} [success, atmosphere]
berauschend [aufregend, wunderbar]
propitious {adj} [giving or indicating a good chance of success]
resounding {adj} [e.g. success]
durchschlagend [z. B. Erfolg]
arrived {past-p} [achieved success]
succeeded {past-p} [had success]
reüssiert [geh.]
to achieve sth. [an agreement, a result, success, etc.]
etw. erzielen [eine Einigung, ein Resultat, einen Erfolg etc.]
to yield sth. [results, success etc.]
etw. zeitigen [geh.] [Ergebnisse, Erfolge (als Resultat)]
to woo [e.g. success]
suchen [anstreben]
to max [sl.] [to make a perfect score or attain complete success]
[eine maximale Ausbeute erreichen, z. B. an Spielpunkten; einen Supersieg erringen]
to conduce [toward success]
führen [zum Erfolg]
to invest [with or without profitable success]
reinbuttern [ugs.] [Geld hineinstecken]
to arrive [achieve success]arrivieren [geh.]
to arrive [achieve success]es schaffen
to pass sb. [to certify success in an investigation, examination, course of study, etc.]jdn. bestehen lassen [bei einer Untersuchung, einem Examen, Kurs u. ä.]
to register sth. [fig.] [a victory or win, a success]etw.Akk. (für sichAkk.) verbuchen [fig.] [einen Sieg, einen Erfolg]
hit [success]
Wurf {m} [ugs.] [fig.] [Erfolg]
biol. fertility [reproductive success]
Kindersegen {m}
games sports gamesmanship [way of increasing one's chances of success against an opponent by making him lose confidence]
[Versuch, durch Verunsicherung des Gegners zu gewinnen, ohne gegen die Regeln zu verstoßen]
swinger [sb. seeking excitement, esp. a male seeking and having success with women]
Bonvivant {m} [veraltend] [Lebemann, Playboy]
nonsuccess [also: non-success]
Misserfolg {m}
pushover [easy success] [coll.]kinderleichte Sache {f} [ugs.]
2 Words: Verbs
to be vaulted [fig.] [fame, success]sich katapultieren [Ruhm, Erfolg]
to clock up sth. [esp. Br.] [coll.] [e.g. success]etw.Akk. für sichAkk. verbuchen können
to piggyback on sth. [product, success, project, etc.]sichAkk. bei etw.Dat. einklinken
2 Words: Nouns
educ. psych. learning achievement [learning success]Lernerfolg {m}
long shot [sth. with little chance of success]ziemlich hoffnungsloser Fall {m}
organizational success [success of an / the organization]Organisationserfolg {m}
pol. red wave [USA] [Republican electoral success]rote Welle {f} [überwältigender Sieg der Republikaner, gespiegelt in der Rotfärbung der Bundesstaaten]
right formula [also fig: right path for success]richtige Formel {f} [auch fig.: der richtige Weg zum Erfolg]
sports water carrier [fig.] [football / soccer jargon] [sb. only working for the success of others]Wasserträger {m} [fig.] [Fußballjargon] [jd., der den anderen Spielern zuarbeitet]
3 Words: Others
He got nowhere. [idiom] [had no luck or success]Er kam auf keinen grünen Zweig. [Redewendung]
3 Words: Verbs
to be short-lived [success, happiness]von kurzer Dauer sein
to go down well [be a success]gut einschlagen [erfolgreich sein]
to make or mar sb./sth. [Br.] [cause success or failure]jdn./etw. zum Erfolg oder zum Scheitern führen / bringen
to prove (to be) [too expensive, a great success, etc.]sich herausstellen als [als zu teuer, als großer Erfolg etc.]
4 Words: Verbs
to be an impediment to sth. [e.g. success]ein Stolperstein auf dem Weg zu etw.Dat. sein [z. B. zum Erfolg]
idiom to be on a tear [coll.] [fig.] [period of success/high performance]Aufwind haben [fig.]
to bring home the bacon [coll.] [idiom] [achieve success]es schaffen [erfolgreich sein]
idiom to go to sb.'s head [idiom] [success, praise, alcohol]jdm. zu Kopf steigen [Redewendung]
idiom to go to sb.'s head [idiom] [success, praise, alcohol]jdm. zu Kopfe steigen [Redewendung]
to look back on / upon sth. [fig.] [on past events, past success, etc.]auf etw.Akk. zurückblicken [fig.] [auf Vergangenes, frühere Erfolge etc.]
to not be getting ahead [idiom] [have no luck or success in life]auf keinen grünen Zweig kommen [Redewendung]
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