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Dictionary English German: chapter

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English German
NOUN   a chapter | chapters
lit. publ. chapter <ch., chap.>
Kapitel {n} <Kap.>
chapter <ch.>
Abschnitt {m} <Abschn.> [Kapitel]
Teil {m} {n}
chapter [Am.]
Ortsverband {m}
chapter [Am.] [local branch of a society / association]
Ortsgruppe {f}
chapter [in a series, sequence]
Folge {f} [in einer Serie]
relig. chapter
Domkapitel {n}
relig. chapter
Kapitelversammlung {f}
chapter [of a book or (legal) document]
Hauptstück {n} [veraltet außer im juristischen Gebrauch]
chapterCaput {n} [veraltet] [Kapitel]
relig. chapter [cathedral chapter, collegiate chapter]Kapitel {n} [Dom-, Stifts-, Ordenskapitel]
2 Words: Others
by chapter {adv}kapitelweise
2 Words: Nouns
lit. additional chapterZusatzkapitel {n}
lit. book chapterBuchkapitel {n}
publ. book chapter [in an edited volume]Buchbeitrag {m} [in einem Sammelband]
relig. cathedral chapterDomkapitel {n}
relig. cathedral chapterDomstift {n} <DSt>
relig. cathedral chapterKathedralkapitel {n}
relig. cathedral chapterStift {n} [Domstift]
law Chapter 11 [USA; Bankruptcy Code][Vergleichsverfahren zur Insolvenzabwendung in den USA]
lit. chapter bookKapitelbuch {n}
publ. chapter headingKapitelüberschrift {f}
archi. relig. chapter houseKapitelhaus {n}
archi. relig. chapter houseKapitelsaal {m}
idiom closed chapter [fig.]abgeschlossenes Kapitel {n}
lit. closing chapterSchlusskapitel {n}
lit. closing chapterSchlußkapitel {n} [alt]
relig. collegiate chapterKollegiatkapitel {n}
lit. concluding chapterSchlusskapitel {n}
lit. concluding chapterSchlußkapitel {n} [alt]
concluding chapterabschließendes Kapitel {n}
dark chapterdunkles Kapitel {n}
dark chapter [e.g. in sb.'s life]finsteres Kapitel {n} [z. B. in jds. Leben]
dark chapter [in sb.'s life, in a nation's hisory]dunkler Punkt {m} [Redewendung] [etwas Unklares, moralisch nicht ganz Einwandfreies, gern Verschwiegenes]
relig. diocesan chapterDomkapitel {n}
pol. district chapter [Am.]Kreisverband {m}
final chapterSchlusskapitel {n}
lit. final chapterSchlußkapitel {n} [alt]
final chapterletztes Kapitel {n}
relig. general chapter [of a monastic order]Generalkapitel {n} [eines Ordens]
glorious chapter [fig.]Ruhmesblatt {n} [ugs.]
introductory chapterEinführungskapitel {n}
acad. lit. publ. introductory chapterEinleitungskapitel {n}
publ. introductory chaptereinführendes Kapitel {n}
introductory chaptereinleitendes Kapitel {n}
lit. last chapterSchlusskapitel {n}
lit. last chapterSchlußkapitel {n} [alt]
lit. last chapterletztes Kapitel {n}
local chapter [of a national or international organization]Ortsgruppe {f}
relig. metropolitan chapterMetropolitankapitel {n}
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A 2021-12-20: to conclude / close that chapter, to tick it off, to consider it finished
A 2018-01-15: Possibly also: complementing chapter 4.2
A 2018-01-15: probably: completion of / addendum to chapter 4.2
Q 2017-02-20: From Musil's Der Mann ohne Eigenschaften, last words of of chapter 18: "ih...
Q 2016-07-24: 10 std ssc komposita chapter 1
Q 2015-11-02: Chapter title
A 2014-09-24: Michael - as usual you are absolutely spot-on. It's about chapter 7 proceedings.
Q 2014-09-23: Gibt es ein deutsche Entsprechung des US-amerikanischen Begriffs "adversar...
A 2013-10-18: Book, chapter, verse?
A 2013-03-11: Under is wrong, unless chapter 3 is very short and the list is below it on...
Q 2013-03-11: IN chapter or UNDER chapter
Q 2012-05-16: to be burned out on sth. & Chapter 11
A 2012-03-13: http://www.google.co.uk/#hl=en&sclient=psy-ab&q=chapter+marker&oq=chapter+...
A 2012-03-13: chapter marker?
Q 2012-03-13: "Kapitelmarke" => "chapter point" ?
Q 2012-02-03: “chapter“ in UK legislation
A 2011-05-04: A new chapter won't be waiting behind, so "ahead" is redundant
A 2011-03-21: I don't think it is because each chapter is given a letter of the alphabet,
A 2011-02-01: a chapter of what??
Q 2011-02-01: good introduction to a chapter? correct grammar?

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