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English-German translation for: [world]
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ancient {adj} [of the ancient world]
klassisch [im bzw. aus dem Altertum]
philos. spec. intraworldly {adj} [esp. in Heidegger] [within-the-world]
innerweltlich [bes. bei Heidegger]
here {adv} [in this world] [rare]hienieden [veraltend] [noch regional, poet. od. hum.] [auch: hinieden]
to create sth. [the world, a great work of art etc.]
etw. schöpfen [geh.] [veraltend] [erschaffen, schaffen]
to wander sth. [hills, world]
etw.Akk. durchstreifen
sports to set sth. [e.g. a world record, in track athletics]
etw. laufen [ergebnisbezogen: Bestzeit, Weltrekord etc.]
to unravel [fig.] [e.g. one's world, belief, faith]ins Wanken geraten [z. B. die eigene Welt, Glaube]
Boche [sl.] [disparaging: a German, esp. a German soldier in World War I]
Scheißdeutscher {m} [vulg.] [pej.]
Boche [coll.] [dated] [pej.] [a German, esp. a German soldier in World War I]
Boche {m} [pej.] [Schimpfname der Franzosen für einen Deutschen, bes. im 1. Weltkrieg]
alien [being from another world]
Außerirdischer {m}
workplace [world of work]
Arbeitswelt {f}
environment [the subjective world a person lives in]
Lebenswelt {f} [Umwelt]
alien [female] [being from another world]
Außerirdische {f}
sphere [field of activity, social world]
Lebensbereich {m}
econ. [competition between countries in a globalised world to reduce wages, company taxes and social security payments]
Dumpingwettlauf {m} [ugs.]
aliens [beings from another world]
Außerirdische {pl}
dreamer [person living in a dream world]
Traumtänzer {m} [pej.]
aviat. hist. Albatros [fighter aircraft of World War I]
Albatros {f}
aviat. hist. mil. [German air force term for a combat flight (sortie) in the World Wars]
Feindflug {m} [1. und 2. WK, Bezeichnung in den dt. Luftstreitkräften / der Luftwaffe für einen Einsatzflug]
hist. [territorial army raised at the end of World War 2]
Volkssturm {m}
comm. mil. naut. navicert [esp. World War II]
Warenpass {m} [ermöglicht einem neutralen Schiff, Waren ohne weitere Durchsuchung zu befördern]
hist. bizone [British and US zones of occupation after World War II]
Bizone {f} [vereinigte britische und US-Besatzungszone nach dem 2. Weltkrieg]
hun [coll.] [dated] [pej.] [also: Hun] [German or Austrian, esp. German soldier in World War I or II]
Hunne {m} [pej. für einen Deutschen oder Österreicher, bes. als Soldat im 1. oder 2. Weltkrieg]
philos. Weltgeist [world spirit]
Weltgeist {m}
[German believer in the final victory in World War II]Endsieggläubiger {m} [selten]
law philos. sociol. [group with a common world view]Weltanschauungsvereinigung {f}
biol. spec. [the perceptually-based ability to experience and manipulate one's world]Merkwelt {f}
archaeo. Dowth [Irish: Dubhadh] [Brú na Bóinne World Heritage Site]Dowth {n} [Welterbestätte in Irland, zusammen mit Newgrange und Knowth]
dreamer [female person living in a dream world]Traumtänzerin {f} [pej.]
film lit. entwife [in Tolkien's world]Entfrau {f} [in Tolkiens Welt]
FCI [Fédération Cynologique Internationale; World Canine Organisation]Fédération Cynologique Internationale {f} <FCI> [internationaler kynologischer Dachverband]
hist. Friedelehe [postulated legally inferior form of marriage in the Germanic world, esp. in the early Middle Ages]Friedelehe {f} [frühmittelalterliche Ehe, in der Regel zwischen Partnern aus unterschiedlichen Ständen]
pol. globocop [world policeman]Weltpolizist {m}
grayness [Am.] [of life, world, outlook] [bleakness]Trostlosigkeit {f}
greyness [esp. Br.] [of life, world, outlook] [bleakness]Trostlosigkeit {f}
archaeo. Knowth [Irish: Cnóbha] [Brú na Bóinne World Heritage Site]Knowth {n} [Welterbestätte in Irland, zusammen mit Newgrange und Dowth]
archaeo. Newgrange [Irish:  an Bhrú] [Brú na Bóinne World Heritage Site]Newgrange {n} [Welterbestätte in Irland, zusammen mit Knowth und Dowth]
philos. spec. philosophy [world-wisdom] [Kant]Weltweisheit {f} [Kant]
comp. Internet spider [Internet bot that systematically browses the World Wide Web]Spider {m} [Computerprogramm, das automatisch das World Wide Web durchsucht]
stardom [the world of celebrities]die Welt {f} der Stars
wobbly[Mitglied der Gewerkschaft Industrial Workers of the World, USA]
games World <XXI> [also: world] [Tarot card]Welt {f} <XXI> [Tarotkarte]
lit. worldbuilding [also: world building]Weltenbau {m}
orn. Unverified zopilote [ New World vulture of the family Cathartidae, especially the black vulture, Coragyps atratus]Zopilote {f}
2 Words: Others
at peace {adv} [with oneself, the world, etc.]im Reinen [fig.] [mit sich, mit der Welt etc.]
ling. English-speaking {adj} [world, countries]angelsächsisch [Welt, Raum]
four-times {adj} [also: four times] [attr.] [e.g. world champion]viermalig [z. B. Weltmeister]
ling. French-speaking {adj} [e.g. region, country, world, population]französischsprachig [z. B. Region, Land, Welt, Bevölkerung]
hermetically sealed {adj} {past-p} [fig.] [world, existence]hermetisch abgeriegelt
2 Words: Verbs
to have children [bring into the world]sichDat. Kinder anschaffen [ugs.] [fig.]
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