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Dictionary English German: noun

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English German
NOUN   a noun | nouns
ling. noun
Substantiv {n} <Subst.>
ling. noun
Hauptwort {n}
ling. noun
Nomen {n}
ling. noun
Dingwort {n}
ling. noun
Nennwort {n}
2 Words: Others
ling. post-noun {adj}postsubstantivisch
ling. pre-noun {adj} [position]vorsubstantivisch [Stellung]
2 Words: Nouns
ling. abstract nounAbstraktum {n}
ling. abstract nounabstraktes Hauptwort {n}
ling. Unverified adjectival nounAdjektivnomen {n}
ling. Unverified adjectival nounAdjektivsubstantiv {n}
ling. adjectival nounnominalisiertes Adjektiv {n}
ling. collective (noun)Sammelname {m}
ling. collective nounKollektivum {n}
ling. collective nounSammelbegriff {m}
ling. common nounGattungsname {m}
ling. compound nounzusammengesetztes Hauptwort {n}
ling. compound nounzusammengesetztes Substantiv {n}
ling. concrete nounKonkretum {n}
ling. concrete nounkonkretes Hauptwort {n}
ling. concrete nounkonkretes Nomen {n}
ling. concrete nounkonkretes Substantiv {n}
ling. count nounIndividualnomen {n}
ling. count nounIndividualsubstantiv {n}
ling. count nounStückname {m} [selten] [zählbares Substantiv]
ling. count nounzählbares Nomen {n} [selten]
ling. count nounzählbares Substantiv {n}
ling. countable nounIndividualnomen {n}
ling. countable nounStückname {m} [selten] [zählbares Substantiv]
ling. countable nounzählbares Substantiv {n}
ling. mass noun [uncountable or non-count]Kontinuativum {n}
ling. mass noun [uncountable or non-count]Stoffname {m} [Kontinuativum]
ling. mass noun [uncountable or non-count]Substanzausdruck {m} [Kontinuativum]
ling. noun categorySubstantivkategorie {f}
ling. noun markerArtikel {m}
ling. noun phrase <NP>Nominalphrase {f} <NP>
ling. noun substantiveDingwort {n}
ling. noun substantiveHauptwort {n}
ling. noun substantiveNamenwort {n}
ling. noun substantiveSubstantiv {n}
ling. proper nounEigenname {m}
ling. proper nounNomen {n} proprium
ling. sortal nounsortales Nomen {n}
ling. substantive nounHauptwort {n}
ling. verbal nounVerbalsubstantiv {n}
3 Words: Verbs
ling. to decline a nounein Hauptwort deklinieren
3 Words: Nouns
ling. adjective-derived nounsubstantiviertes Adjektiv {n}
ling. noun-verb combinationNomen-Verb-Verbindung {f}
ling. verb-derived nounsubstantiviertes Verb {n}
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