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English-German translation for: undergo
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Dictionary English German: undergo

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English German
VERB  to undergo | underwent | undergone ... 
to undergo sth.
etw.Akk. durchmachen [ugs.] [durchleben, erdulden]
to undergo
to undergo sth. [experience]
etw.Akk. erleben [durchleben, durchmachen]
to undergo sth. [change etc.]
etw. erfahren [unterzogen werden, erleben]
to undergo
to undergounterzogen werden
to undergo sth.sich etw.Dat. unterziehen [z. B. einer Operation oder einem Test]
2 Words: Verbs
ling. to undergo ablautablauten
chem. to undergo additionsich anlagern
phys. to undergo annihilation [e.g. particles]zerstrahlen [z. B. Teilchen]
chem. spec. to undergo degradationabgebaut werden
to undergo modificationsVeränderungen erfahren
to undergo punishmentStrafe erhalten
med. to undergo radiotherapyradiologisch behandelt werden
to undergo surgeryoperiert werden
to undergo trainingan einem Training teilnehmen
to undergo treatmentsich einer Behandlung unterziehen
3 Words: Verbs
to undergo a changeeine Änderung erleben
to undergo a changeeine Veränderung durchmachen
med. to undergo a craniotomysichAkk. einer Kraniotomie unterziehen
med. to undergo a craniotomy [active]kraniotomiert werden [passiv]
to undergo a processeinen Prozess durchlaufen
to undergo a testgeprüft werden
to undergo a testsichAkk. einem Test unterziehen
to undergo a testsichAkk. einer Prüfung unterziehen
med. to undergo an operationsich einer Operation unterziehen
med. to undergo emergency surgerynotoperiert werden
to undergo rapid change(einem) schnellen Wandel unterliegen
4 Words: Others
ling. These verbs undergo ablaut.Das sind ablautende Verben.
4 Words: Verbs
to undergo a Damascene conversion [idiom]sein Damaskus erleben [Redewendung]
to undergo a Damascene conversion [idiom]sichAkk. vom Saulus zum Paulus wandeln [Redewendung]
med. to undergo a Kneipp curekneippen
med. to undergo a medical checksichAkk. ärztlich untersuchen lassen
to undergo a radical changesichAkk. von Grund auf ändern
med. to undergo a radiological examinationsichAkk. radiologisch untersuchen lassen
med. to undergo a radiological examination [active]radiologisch untersucht werden [passiv]
5+ Words: Verbs
to be willing to undergo a riskbereit sein, ein Risiko auf sich zu nehmen
to have to undergo a body searchsich einer Leibesvisitation unterziehen müssen
to have to undergo a strip searchsich einer Leibesvisitation unterziehen müssen [mit Ausziehen von Kleidungsstücken]
med. to undergo a prophylactic medical examinationeine prophylaktische ärztliche Untersuchung durchlaufen
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A 2014-07-31: ... topics must nevertheless undergo periodical review ...
A 2014-05-02: Pharmacists undergo university-level education ...
A 2014-01-16: to undergo a facelift
Q 2012-02-26: to undergo a change
A 2011-08-18: Couldn't it also be present? undergo .... / are .... More context needed
A 2011-07-17: they undergo an interview / they are subjected to an interview
A 2010-08-08: "productification" is the more common expression, so perhaps "...cannot un...
Q 2010-02-12: to undergo a transformation
A 2008-03-12: undergo mathematical treatment / processing
A 2007-08-20: undergo - ?
A 2007-06-08: to undergo an inspection
Q 2007-06-08: to undergo an inspection
Q 2007-01-23: the driver did not undergo the Microsoft certification procedure
A 2006-09-02: yes "to undergo stringent self-examination at regular intervals" sounds mo...
A 2006-07-28: oder (wertfrei) : to undergo a procedure
A 2006-05-09: had to undergo brain surgery

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