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English-German translation for: arise
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Dictionary English German: arise

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English German
VERB  to arise | arose | arisen ... 
SYNO   to arise | to come up | to get up ... 
to arise
to arise
aufkommen [entstehen, auftreten]
to arise
anfallen [sich ergeben]
to arise
to arise
to arise
to arise
to arise
auftreten [vorkommen]
to arise
to arise
eintreten [Umstände etc.]
to arise
to arise
to arise
erstehen [geh.]
to arisesich erheben [Frage etc.]
to arisesich zeigen
to arise [archaic] [stand up]sich erheben [geh.] [aufstehen]
to arise [discussions, debates etc.]sich entspinnen [geh.]
to arise [opportunity, situation, etc.]sich ergeben [Gelegenheit etc.]
2 Words: Verbs
to arise fromentspringen
to arise fromerwachsen aus
to arise fromhervorgehen aus
to arise fromstammen von
to arise fromsich entwickeln aus
to arise fromdie Folge sein von
to arise from sth.etw.Dat. entkeimen [poet. fig.: entsprießen, erwachsen (Liebe etc.)]
to arise from sth.aus etw.Dat. entstehen
to arise from sth.von etw.Dat. herrühren
to arise from sth.sichAkk. aus etw.Dat. ergeben
to arise from sth.seinen Ursprung in etw.Dat. haben
to arise suddenlyplötzlich entstehen
3 Words: Others
hist. Arise, Sir Robert!Erhebt euch, Sir Robert!
prejudices arise from sth.Vorurteile entstehen durch etw.Akk.
3 Words: Verbs
to arise from nothingnessplötzlich auftauchen
to arise out of sth.aus etw.Dat. entstehen
to arise out of sth.von etw. herrühren
to arise out of sth.sichAkk. aus etw.Dat. ergeben
4 Words: Others
any ... that may arise [objections, costs, difficulties etc.]etwaige ... [Einwände, Kosten, Schwierigkeiten etc.]
law No tax shall arise.Keine Steuer entsteht.
should the case arise {adv}vorkommendenfalls [Amtssprache]
should the occasion arise {adv}erforderlichenfalls
should the occasion arise {adv}gegebenenfalls <ggf.>
should the occasion arisesollte es notwendig sein
should the occasion arisefalls sich die Gelegenheit ergibt
should the occasion arisewenn es sich (so) ergibt
The question doesn't arise.Die Frage ist belanglos.
4 Words: Verbs
to arise as a resultsich ergeben
to arise from a contractsich aus einem Vertrag ergeben
to arise from a situationsich aus einer Situation ergeben
to arise from a transactionsich aus einem Geschäft ergeben
to arise from the circumstancessich aus den Umständen ergeben
5+ Words: Others
A quarrel may arise about it.Das könnte zu einem Streit führen.
philos. quote For philosophical problems arise when language goes on holiday.Denn die philosophischen Probleme entstehen, wenn die Sprache feiert. [Ludwig Wittgenstein]
5+ Words: Nouns
any costs that may arisealle Kosten {pl}
comm. any costs which may ariseeventuell anfallende Kosten {pl}
any faults (which might arise)etwaige Mängel {pl}
any loss that may ariseirgendwelche Verluste {pl}
idiom any shortcoming that might arisejeglicher Mangel {m}
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Q 2016-06-09: To arise, to come up.
A 2014-09-24: Let's let ourselves be surprised by the opportunities [that arise]
A 2013-12-10: Kirchenlied? Awake, arise! no more delay; He calls you now—His voice obey!
Q 2012-12-14: as they arise
A 2012-04-07: A number of problems are expected to arise in the near future
A 2012-04-05: In the UK it's only known as the hash sign/key, so the confusion doesn't a...
A 2011-03-28: come up / pop up /arise ...?! Punkt Thank you very much indeed for .... ...
Q 2011-03-28: arise? surface?
A 2010-09-07: The expression points to that area where legitimate differences of view ma...
A 2010-05-14: Tricky: "Dämpfe" scientifically refers to vapors still in contact with the...
A 2009-06-18: "How doES pain arise?" is fine. It does have the sound of being a chapt...
A 2009-05-10: What are you doing when family conflicts arise...
A 2009-05-10: What does you do when conflicts arise in the family?
A 2009-03-29: Just to move things along (as further thoughts arise)
A 2008-12-05: Conversely, however, after expiry of the lease the question may arise whet...
A 2008-11-11: there arise many practical references
A 2008-10-27: good profiling opportunities arise from precisely these considerations
A 2008-08-14: may arise / emerge / develop
A 2008-03-30: A concrete example is to show which conflicts may arise and which tasks mu...
A 2008-01-22: *erstehen* auch: arise, result from ...

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