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English-German translation for: experienced
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Dictionary English German: experienced

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English German
ADJ   experienced | more experienced | most experienced
VERB  to experience | experienced | experienced ... 
SYNO   experienced | experient
experienced {adj}
experienced {adj}
experienced {adj}
experienced {adj} {past-p}
experienced {adj}
experienced {adj}
experienced {adj}
experienced {adj}
experienced {adj} {past-p} [lived through]
2 Words: Others
I experienced ...Mir ist ... widerfahren. [geh.]
most experienced {adj}erfahrenste
professionally experienced {adj}berufserfahren
sb. re-experiencedjd. erlebte neu
2 Words: Verbs
to be experiencedbewandert sein [Erfahrung haben]
2 Words: Nouns
experienced personerfahrene Person {f}
sports experienced playerRoutinier {m}
games sports experienced playererfahrener Spieler {m}
games sports experienced player [female]erfahrene Spielerin {f}
experienced staff {sg} [treated as sg. or pl.]erfahrene Mitarbeiter {pl}
3 Words: Others
experienced in business {adj}geschäftskundig
comm. experienced in competition {adj} [postpos.]konkurrenzerfahren
comm. experienced in competition {adj} [postpos.]konkurrenzgeübt [ugs.] [konkurrenzerfahren]
sb. has / had experiencedjd. hat / hatte erfahren
sth. can be experiencedetw. ist erfahrbar
3 Words: Verbs
to be experienced in sth.in etw.Dat. versiert sein
3 Words: Nouns
an experienced eyeein geschulter Blick {m}
an experienced specialistein eingefuchster Spezialist {m} [ugs.]
4 Words: Others
experienced in the industry {adj} [postpos.]branchenkundig
experienced in this area {adj} [postpos.]auf diesem Gebiet erfahren
4 Words: Verbs
to be experienced at / in sth.Erfahrung in etw.Dat. haben
4 Words: Nouns
the more experienced (ones)die Erfahreneren {pl}
5+ Words: Others
comm. An experienced salesman is required.Es wird ein erfahrener Verkäufer gesucht.
They are experienced in helping elderly people.Sie haben Erfahrung darin, älteren Leuten zu helfen.
too young to be experiencedzu jung, um über Erfahrung zu verfügen
We need someone more experienced.Wir brauchen jemanden mit mehr Erfahrung.
We need someone more experienced.Wir brauchen jemanden, der mehr Erfahrung hat.
5+ Words: Nouns
well educated and experienced staff {sg} [treated as sg. or pl.]gut ausgebildete und erfahrene Mitarbeiter {pl}
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A 2023-04-19: I think the writer reminisces about a New England tradition, perhaps exper...
A 2023-02-04: Ditto +im Schlamm stecken bleiben+ experienced by hundreds of thousands du...
A 2012-10-05: "experienced him"
Q 2012-09-05: noch ne Frage aus der Luftfahrt - vorab vielen Dank (experienced in diesen...
A 2011-12-16: "highly qualified and experienced translators"
A 2011-12-16: PS: Such international bodies need lots of highly qualified and experience...
Q 2011-07-13: ... experienced as a given ...
A 2011-06-22: @Joanne: Dang. But neither unchaste nor experienced
A 2011-06-22: Pure and impure ? Experienced and inexperienced ? Chaste and unchaste ?
A 2011-03-17: Germany experienced the first Islamist attack, and the press, who otherwis...
A 2011-02-15: @ direction: those are the Amis who haven't yet experienced true 'bread'
A 2010-11-05: wandle, you got it before I did. You must be an experienced reparker...:-)
A 2010-06-20: trained, experienced, versed in...
A 2010-06-08: The female tag helps less experienced users,
A 2010-03-24: I have experienced the dangers of addictive drugs to their full extent phy...
A 2010-01-12: not necessarily ... it could also mean "flexible" or maybe even "experienc...
A 2010-01-12: some people, when buying a used car, try to impress the seller (usually an...
A 2009-12-17: typo: experienceD professional
A 2009-12-17: Typo? +experienced+ professional
A 2009-11-15: Yes, but an experienced and thrifty telegram writer

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