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English-German translation for: people living
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archaeo. hist. Neolithics [people living in the Neolithic Age]Neolithiker {pl}
city folk [people living in urban areas]Stadtmenschen {pl}
country folk [people living in rural areas]Landmenschen {pl}
rural folk [people living in rural areas]Landmenschen {pl}
urban folk [people living in urban areas]Stadtmenschen {pl}
countrymen {pl} [people living in a rural area] [collectively]Landbevölkerung {f}
Gazians {pl} [people living in the Gaza Strip]Bewohner {pl} Gazas
pol. sociol. (politically motivated) commune [group of people living together and rejecting bourgeois ideas]Kommune {f} [Wohngemeinschaft, deren Mitglieder bürgerliche Vorstellungen ablehnen]
hist. mil. cantonist [Prussian Army before 1813, Prussian people living in a recruiting district and required to serve in the army]Kantonist {m}
red ribbon [awareness ribbon, solidarity symbol of people living with HIV/AIDS]Rote Schleife {f} [Symbol der Solidarität mit HIV-Infizierten und AIDS-Kranken] [als Marke eingetragen]
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proverb Misery loves company. [People feeling sad want the people they are with to also feel sad.]Elend sucht Elend. [selten]
quote Democracy is the government of the people, by the people, for the people. [Abraham Lincoln]Demokratie ist die Regierung des Volkes, durch das Volk, für das Volk.
[Austrian living abroad]Auslandsösterreicher {m}
[Austrians living abroad]Auslandsösterreicher {pl}
circumstances [living conditions]Lebensverhältnisse {pl}
mil. naut. tender [living ship]Beischiff {n}
separated {adj} [living apart]getrennt lebend
zool. solitary {adj} [living habitually alone]solitär
viable {adj} [capable of living]überlebensfähig
ethn. hist. [ethnic Germans living abroad]Volksdeutsche {pl}
[female Austrians living abroad]Auslandsösterreicherinnen {pl}
RealEst. sociol. housing {sg} [living conditions]Wohnverhältnisse {pl}
living [way of living]Lebensweise {f}
RealEst. parlor [Am.] [living room]Wohnzimmer {n}
strains [in living beings]Strapazen {pl}
settled {adj} [living in one place]sesshaft
[a female Austrian living abroad]Auslandsösterreicherin {f}
[ethnic Germans living in Russia]Russlanddeutsche {pl}
[ethnic Poles living in Russia]Russlandpolen {pl}
to be estranged [living apart]getrennt leben
RealEst. basement room [for living in]Kellerzimmer {n}
biol. med. aberrative {adj} [in development of living tissue]fehlentwickelt
partnered {adj} [living in a civil partnership]verpartnert
bot. zool. rupicolous {adj} [living on rocks]auf Felsen wohnend
to subsist [make a living, live on]leben
ethn. [Slovenes living near the Adriatic sea]Küstenslowenen {pl}
coaster [person living on a coast]Küstenbewohner {m}
simplicity [way of living, behaviour]Bescheidenheit {f} [Lebensweise]
stove [to heat a living room]Stubenofen {m} [veraltet]
to make contact [living beings]Kontakt schließen [Lebewesen]
biol. acquired property [of living organisms]erworbene Eigenschaft {f}
front parlour [Br.] [dated] [living room]Wohnzimmer {n}
street children [living in the streets]Straßenkinder {pl}
biol. acidophilic {adj} [of living organisms]säureliebend [nicht fachspr.] [acidophil]
coeval {adj} [living at the same time]gleichzeitig lebend
defunct {adj} [no longer living, dead]verstorben <verst.> [geh.]
bot. zool. rupicoline {adj} [rare] [living on rocks]auf Felsen wohnend
hist. [ethnic Germans living in the German Reich]Reichsdeutsche {pl}
countryman [person living in a rural area]Landbewohner {m}
livability [Am.] [suitability for human living]Lebensqualität {f} [Lebenswert]
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A 2011-04-25: Are there any other people living at this address, but not registered there?
A 2010-09-07: I'm assuming these are directions for people living together.
A 2010-04-22: @ mwk: You know, such neighbourhood issues are very important for people l...
A 2009-12-07: These were *lapidary* statements on the life of a group of people living t...
A 2008-11-11: probably: taxes or fees levied on the people living in the FATA [to pay fo...

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