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English-German translation for: arises.
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Dictionary English German: arises

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VERB  to arise | arose | arisen
arising | arises
sth. arises
433
etw. erscheint
sth. arises
87
etw. entspringt
2 Words
A question arises.Eine Frage ergibt sich.
A question arises.Es stellt sich eine Frage.
sth. arises frometw. entspringt
3 Words
An opportunity arises.Eine Gelegenheit bietet sich an.
as necessity arises {adv}wie von Fall zu Fall erforderlich
as need arises {adv}wie erforderlich [je nach Erfordernis]
as occasion arises {adv}wie sich die Gelegenheit ergibt
as opportunity arises {adv}wie sich die Gelegenheit ergibt
The opportunity arises.Die Gelegenheit bietet sich.
The question arises ...Es stellt sich die Frage ...
4 Words
as the case arisesvon Fall zu Fall
if the necessity arises {adv}wenn es unbedingt nötig ist
The question arises whether ...Es lässt sich fragen, ob ...
when the need ariseswenn es nötig ist
when the need arises {adv}wenn Not am Mann ist [Redewendung]
the question that arisesdie sich ergebende Frage {f}
5+ Words
as soon as an opportunity arisessobald sich eine Gelegenheit ergibt
as soon as an opportunity arisessobald sich eine Möglichkeit ergibt
if and when the need arises {adv}bei Bedarf
there arises the question whether ...da stellt sich die Frage, ob ...
 
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