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English-German translation for: citizen
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NOUN   a citizen | citizens
Bürger {m}
Einwohner {m}
pol. citizen
Staatsbürger {m}
Staatsangehöriger {m}
citizen [female]
Bürgerin {f}
Städter {m}
citizen [female]
Staatsangehörige {f}
citizen [female]
Staatsbürgerin {f}
admin. citizenAngehöriger {m} eines Staates
citizen [female]Städterin {f}
2 Words: Others
citizen-centered {adj} [Am.]bürgernah
citizen-centered {adj} [Am.]bürgerzentriert
citizen-friendly {adj}bürgerfreundlich
admin. pol. citizen-orientated {adj}bürgernah
citizen-oriented {adj}bürgernah
2 Words: Nouns
average citizenDurchschnittsbürger {m}
average citizenNormalbürger {m}
British citizenbritischer Staatsbürger {m}
British citizen [female]britische Staatsbürgerin {f}
mil. citizen armyBürgerheer {n}
sociol. citizen associationBürgerverband {m}
mus. theatre citizen comedy [city comedy: Elizabethan dramatic genre]City Comedy {f} [Elisabethanische Komödie mit Schauplatz London]
admin. pol. citizen communicationBürgerkommunikation {f}
citizen guardBürgerwache {f}
journ. citizen journalismBürgerjournalismus {m}
journ. citizen journalismGraswurzel-Journalismus {m}
hist. citizen king [also: Citizen King] [Louis-Philippe]Bürgerkönig {m}
hist. mil. citizen militiaBürgermilitär {n}
RadioTV citizen radiolokales Radio {n}
pol. citizen revoltBürgeraufstand {m}
citizen science <CS>Bürgerwissenschaft {f}
citizen science <CS>Citizen Science {f} <CS>
citizen scientistAmateurforscher {m}
pol. sociol. citizen societyBürgergesellschaft {f}
hist. mil. citizen soldiersBürgersoldaten {pl}
law citizen's arrestJedermann-Festnahme {f}
admin. Unverified citizen's benefitBürgergeld
econ. citizen's dividendBürgergeld {n}
pol. citizen's dutiesBürgerpflichten {pl}
econ. citizen's incomeBürgergeld {n}
hist. citizen's oathBürgereid {m}
concerned citizen [worried]besorgter Bürger {m}
dual citizenDoppelbürger {m} [bes. schweiz.]
dual citizenDoppelstaatler {m} [ugs.]
dual citizenDoppelstaatsbürger {m}
dual citizenBürger {m} mit doppelter Staatsbürgerschaft
dual citizen [female]Doppelbürgerin {f} [bes. schweiz.]
econ. economic citizenWirtschaftsbürger {m}
enraged citizenWutbürger {m} [Wort des Jahres 2010]
EU EU citizenEU-Bürger {m}
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Q 2017-10-06: Sovereign citizen (movement)
Q 2016-02-17: Unterschied zwischen Citizen und Subject
A 2013-02-02: "Law-abiding citizen" always was and still is a loaded term.
A 2012-03-25: If anyone is an ordinary citizen, it's me.
A 2011-10-30: 13:31 - Isn't it " +citizens'+ petition" (or " +citizens'+ initiative" for...
A 2011-10-21: http://www.google.co.uk/#hl=en&sugexp=kjrmc&cp=13&gs_id=41&xhr=t&q=local+m...
A 2011-10-17: disgruntled citizen
A 2011-10-17: hmmm - outraged citizen .... ? hier ist man mehr outraged / full of ange...
Q 2011-08-30: to assert the primacy of the rights of the criminal over those of the citizen
A 2011-01-14: citizen who is ripe for/at high risk of
Q 2011-01-14: citizen ripe
A 2010-11-12: we wish to leave the spiritual defence primarily in the hands of the citizen
A 2009-09-07: Lisa: Civics teaches the rights and reponsibilities of the citizen, so I t...
A 2009-08-28: Sorry, no real opinion. I'm a citizen of the U.S. Commonwealth of Virginia.
A 2009-07-06: citizen of state?
A 2008-05-22: make him into an active, self-reliant citizen
A 2008-05-22: make him into an active, self-reliable citizen
A 2008-02-23: Sehr schön, Kornelius. Are you a law-abiding citizen?
A 2007-11-23: Citizen conducted performing brain and requires tested.
Q 2007-07-11: SEIKO, CITIZEN bei e-bay,

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