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English German
ling. obsolete {adj} <obs.> [No longer in use, and no longer likely to be understood. Obsolete is a stronger term than archaic, and a much stronger term than dated.]
2179
veraltet
ling. archaic {adj} [no longer in general use, but still found in some contemporary texts (e.g. the Bible) and generally understood; a stronger term than »dated«, but not as strong as »obsolete«]
369
veraltet
then {adv} [intensifying term in questions like "Who / why then is ... ?"]
143
denn [verstärkendes Wort in Fragen wie "Wer / Warum denn ist ... ?"]
secular {adj} [long term]
141
langanhaltend
law valid {adj} [term of contract etc.]
38
wirksam [Bestimmung usw.]
prison {adj} [attr.] [e.g. conditions, sentence, term, depression]
34
Haft- [Gefängnis-; z. B. Bedingungen, Strafe (Urteil), Zeit, Depression]
inacceptable {adj} [criticized usage / term for unacceptable]
19
unakzeptabel
inacceptable {adj} [criticized usage / term for unacceptable]
13
inakzeptabel
sb. developes [criticized usage / term for sb. develops]
12
jd. entwickelt
hist. [Nazi term for Austrian] {adj}ostmärkisch
philat. spec. adapted {adj} {past-p} [special philatelic term]aptiert <apt.> [fachspr., z. B. in der Philatelie bzw. veraltet]
anat. med. anterior {adj} [anatomical term of location]vorn gelegen [anterior]
anat. med. anterior {adj} [anatomical term of location]vorne gelegen [ugs.] [anterior]
eastern {adj} [race term of nazism]ostisch [Begriff der nationalsozialistischen Rasseideologie]
eventually {adv} [in the long term]auf lange Sicht [schließlich]
anat. med. external {adj} [anatomical term of location]externus [außen gelegen]
anat. med. frontal {adj} [anatomical term of location]stirnwärts gelegen [frontal]
anat. med. frontally {adv} [anatomical term of location]stirnwärts
inacceptable {adj} [criticized usage / term for unacceptable]nicht annehmbar
inacceptable {adj} [criticized usage / term for unacceptable]nicht hinnehmbar
inacceptable {adj} [criticized usage / term for unacceptable]nicht vertretbar
inferior {adj} [anatomical term of location]unten gelegen [inferior]
anat. med. internal {adj} [anatomical term of location]internus [innen gelegen]
anat. med. median {adj} [anatomical term of location]medianus [median]
anat. med. median {adj} [anatomical term of location]genau in der Mitte gelegen [medianus]
anat. med. posterior {adj} [anatomical term of location]hinten gelegen [posterior]
anat. med. superior {adj} [anatomical term of location]oben gelegen [superior]
unhomogeneous {adj} [criticized usage / term for inhomogeneous]ungleich [inhomogen]
spec. unhomogeneous {adj} [criticized usage / term for inhomogeneous]unhomogen [veraltet] [inhomogen, nicht homogen]
Verbs
to expire [licence, term, agreement etc.]
2968
auslaufen [Lizenz, Amtszeit, Abkommen etc.]
to develope [criticized usage / term for to develop]
129
entwickeln
comp. to schedule [SAP term]
59
einplanen [SAP-Terminus, Modul BS-DS]
comp. photo. to blur [term based on Photoshop terminology]
45
weichzeichnen [Bildschärfe reduzieren, Konturen verwischen]
comp. to dispatch [SAP term]
19
einplanen [SAP-Terminus, Modul RM-PPS]
to adopt sth. [expression, term, idea etc.]
13
etw.Akk. übernehmen [Ausdruck, Terminologie, Idee etc.]
comm. comp. tech. to transfer sb./sth. [also SAP term]
8
jdn./etw. umlagern [auch SAP-Begriff]
comp. to dispatch [SAP term]
7
einlasten [SAP-Terminus, Modul PP]
sports to dive [football term]sich fallen lassen [eine Schwalbe machen]
Nouns
bugger [esp. Br.] [sl.] [term of abuse]
754
Arschloch {n} [vulg.] [Schimpfwort]
biro [Br.] [often used as a generic term for any ballpoint pen] [Biro™]
710
Kugelschreiber {m}
cashpoint [Br.] [generic term] [Cashpoint®]
327
Geldautomat {m}
clarification [of a term, an issue etc.]
305
Klärung {f} [einer Frage, eines Begriffs etc.]
bitch [coll.] [sometimes used as a generalized term of abuse]
254
Schlampe {f} [ugs.] [pej.]
weapons mace [often used as a generic term for any self-defense spray] [Mace®]
199
Pfefferspray {m} {n}
inspection [also QM term]
196
Prüfung {f} [auch QM-Begriff]
jacuzzi [used as a generic term for Jacuzzi®]
174
Whirlpool {m} [Unterwassermassagebecken]
zool. bunny [coll.] [child's term for a rabbit]
124
Hase {m}
biro [Br.] [often used as a generic term for any ballpoint pen] [Biro™]
88
Kuli {m} [ugs.] [Kugelschreiber]
faggot [Am.] [coll.] [often pej., but also used within the gay community as a positive term of self-reference] [male homosexual]
85
Schwuler {m} [ugs.] [zuweilen noch pej., jedoch heute meist wertfrei und auch als Eigenbezeichnung]
law term [prison term]
74
Freiheitsstrafe {f}
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