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English-German translation for: ������d
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received {adj} {past-p} <recd., rec'd.>
continued {adj} {past-p} <cont., cont'd>
died {past-p} <d.>
gestorben <gest.>
educ. D [grade] [Am.] [Aus.]
ausreichend [Schulnote]
deceased {adj} <d., decd., dec.> [formal]
selig [geh.] [verstorben]
deceased {adj} {past-p} <d.>
abgeschieden [geh.] [verstorben]
educ. D [grade] [Am.] [Aus.]
genügend [österr.] [Schulnote]
unit deci- {prefix} <d> [10 ^ -1]
Dezi- <d>
disqualified {adj} {past-p} <DQed, DQ'd>
ID'd {adj} {past-p}
D'oh! [coll.]
Scheiße! [vulg.]
cliché'd {adj} [spv.]
deceased {adj} {past-p} <d.>
weiland [veraltet] [indekl.] [verstorben]
quote RadioTV D'oh! [The Simpsons]
Nein! [Die Simpsons, Synchronfassung]
deceased {adj} {past-p} <d.>
verlebt [veraltet] [verstorben]
[Acronym used to represent the dominant states of the German speaking area: Germany (D), Austria (A), Switzerland (CH)]D-A-CH [Kunstwort für Deutschland, Österreich und die Schweiz]
jobs [female / male / non-binary, used to express gender diversity in job listings]weiblich / männlich / divers <w/m/d> [z. B. in Stellenanzeigen]
[not used; if necessary, sign with p.p.] {adv}für die Richtigkeit gezeichnet [Name X] <f. d. R. gez.> [heute kaum noch gebräuchlich, da ohne Vollmacht]
journ. law publ. [responsible according to the press law]verantwortlich im Sinne des Presserechts <v.i.S.d.P.>
deci- {prefix} <d> [10 ^ -1]Zehntel-
generally {adv} [normally]in der Regel <i. d. R.>
he'd [he had]er hatte
he'd [he would]er würde
Hello!d'Ehre! [österr.] [bayer.] [kurz für: Habe die Ehre!]
I'd [I had]ich hatte
I'd [I would]ich würde
instant {adj} <inst.> [dated] [postpos.]dieses Monats <d. M.> [nachgestellt]
it'd [it had]es hatte
it'd [it would]es würde
meaningdas heißt <d. h.>
normally {adv}in der Regel <i. d. R.>
OK'd {adj} {past-p} [coll.]genehmigt
ordinarily {adv}in der Regel <i. d. R.>
pharm. postcenal {adj} <p.c., PC> [Am.]nach dem Essen <n. d. E.> [nachgestellt] [auch auf Rezepten]
med. pharm. postcoenal {adj} <p.c., PC>nach dem Essen <n. d. E.> [nachgestellt] [auch auf Rezepten]
med. pharm. postprandial {adj} <pc, PC, p.c.>nach dem Essen [nachgestellt] <n.d.E., pc, PC, p.c.>
med. pharm. preprandial {adj} <pp, ac, AC, a.c.> [before the meal]vor dem Essen [nachgestellt] <v.d.E., ac, AC, a.c.>
jobs retired {adj} <ret., retd.>außer Dienst <a. D.> [nachgestellt]
drugs med. sb. OD'd [sl.]jd. nahm eine Überdosis
scilicet {adv} <sc. / ss.>das heißt <d. h.>
senior <Sen., sen., Snr, Sr>der Ältere <d. Ä.>
she'd [she had]sie hatte
she'd [she would]sie würde
they'd [they had]sie hatten
they'd [they would]sie würden
usually {adv} <usu.>in der Regel <i. d. R.>
videlicet <viz>das heißt <d. h.>
we'd [we had]wir hatten
we'd [we would]wir würden
Who'd've ...? [coll.] [Who would have ...?]Wer hätte / wäre ...
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