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Deutsch-Englisch-Übersetzung für: [government]
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Englisch-Deutsch-Wörterbuch: [government]
caring {adj} [government or society that is concerned about human welfare]
sozial [mitmenschlich]
[the government] nationalized
[die Regierung] verstaatlichte
recipient {adj} [e.g. recipient government]
empfangend [z. B. empfangende Regierung]
[the government] nationalizes
[die Regierung] verstaatlicht
to fall [government]
scheiternpol.
to establish sth. [government]
etw. bilden [Regierung]pol.
[to pay off government marriage loans by having a certain number of children]
etw. abkindern [ugs.] [Ehestandsdarlehen im Dritten Reich und der DDR]
to restore [monarch, government etc.]
wieder einsetzenpol.
to socialize [place under government control]
verstaatlichen
administration [Am.] [government]
Regierung {f}pol.
secretary [top-level government employee]
Minister {m}pol.
austerity [difficult economic conditions created by government measures]
Knappheit {f} [wegen Rationierung]
subversion [of a government]
Sturz {m}pol.
regimen [archaic] [government]
Regierung {f}pol.
fed [Am.] [coll.] [federal government enforcement agent]
Bundesagent {m} [USA]
[government-set maximum retail selling price]
Höchstpreisverordnung {f}fin.
the Raj [British government of India, 1858-1947]
[britische Herrschaft in Indien, 1858-1947]hist.
[government-issued identification card]
Personalausweis {m}
investigator [female] [from government department]
Untersuchungsbeamtin {f}admin.lawpol.
housekeeping [of business, government etc.]
Organisation {f}
[intervention against a single state led by the central government to enforce imperial law in German empires]
Reichsexekution {f}hist.lawpol.
junket [coll.] [celebration, esp. one enjoyed by government officials at public expense]
Lustbarkeit {f} [geh.] [veraltend] [Feier]
regiment [obs.] [government, rule]
Herrschaft {f}
[female high government official responsible for family affairs]
Familienministerin {f}admin.
[Trojan (horse) software used by the government]
Staatstrojaner {m}comp.
['Jewish fine, penance', a penalty tax levied after the November 1938 Pogrom by the Nazi government on Jews in Germany and the occupied territories]
Judenbuße {f}hist.pol.
[corporation or institution directly under federal government control]
bundesunmittelbare Anstalt {f}
bundesunmittelbare Körperschaft {f}
[German government bonus and pension supplement]
Aufstockungsbetrag {m}
[German government economics adviser]
Wirtschaftsweiser {m}
[Germany during the time when Bonn was seat of government]
Bonner Republik {f}hist.pol.
[high government official responsible for family matters]
Familienminister {m}pol.
[incompatibility of (government / political) office and (parliamentary) mandate]
Unvereinbarkeit {f} von Amt und Mandatpol.
[member of the Government in one of the States of Austria]
Landesrat {m} [Österreich]pol.
[minister not responsible for any government department]
Sprechminister {m} [veraltet]pol.
[obligation to possess (but not to carry) a government-issued identity card]
Ausweispflicht {f}law
[official mail in the GDR between government agencies and industries]
Zentraler Kurierdienst {m} <ZKD> [in der DDR]hist.philat.
[proportional representation of ruling parties in government, administration and public sector]
Proporz {m} [österr.]pol.
[the predecessor of the Central Register of Foreign Nationals which was established in 1938 by the Nazi government]
Ausländerzentralkartei {f}hist.law
[the present-day Germany; after the government moved back to Berlin]
Berliner Republik {f}hist.pol.
aristocracy [government by aristocrats]
Adelsherrschaft {f}pol.
Hansard [transcripts of parliamentary debates in the Westminster system of government]
Parlamentsprotokoll {n}pol.
polity [form of government]
politisches System {n}pol.
regiment [archaic] [rule or government]
Regiment {n} [Herrschaft, Regierung]
resignation [of a government etc.]
Demissionierung {f} [Rücktritt]pol.
Sirkar [British government in India]
(indische) Regierung {f}hist.
the Treasury [government department]
der Fiskus {m} [Finanzministerium]fin.
tyranny [form of government]
Tyrannis {f}hist.
workings {pl} [the manner of functioning or operating; e.g. the inner workings of the government]
Arbeitsweise {f}
left-leaning {adj} [e.g. newspaper, government]
linksgerichtetpol.
state-owned {adj} [put under government / state control]
verstaatlichtecon.
to bring sb./sth. down [opponent, government]
jdn./etw. zu Fall bringenpol.
to set over [archaic; as government]
jdn. über jdn. setzen [veraltet; als Regierung]
to take office [government, administration]
ins Amt kommen
to take over [government, office]
an die Macht kommen
ans Ruder kommenidiom
to take over [government, power]
die Macht ergreifen
die Macht übernehmenpol.
Attorney General [of state government] [USA]
Justizminister {m} [eines Bundesstaates]lawpol.
circuit rider [traveling IT consultant, esp. for non-profit/non-government organizations]
[reisender IT-Berater, bes. im gemeinnützigen Bereich]comp.jobs
city hall [Am.] [administration, government]
Stadtverwaltung {f}admin.
civil government [as opposed to military government]
Zivilregierung {f}pol.
civil registration [as a system of government records]
Standesamtswesen {n}admin.law
communications minister [British government, among others]
Kommunikationsminister {m}pol.
corporation flat [Br.] [government sponsored housing]
Sozialwohnung {f}admin.RealEst.
Daily Watchword [daily press briefing of Nazi government]
Tagesparole {f} [Nazi-Terminologie]hist.
Downing Street [the British government]
die britische Regierung {f}pol.
enemy combatant [euphemistic term for Guantánamo detainees used by the Bush government]
feindlicher Kämpfer {m}
executive privilege [esp. of US-President] [exemption from legally enforced disclosure of communications within the executive branch of government]
Exekutivprivileg {n} [Amtsprivileg des US-Präsidenten]admin.pol.
First Mayor [head of government of the German state of Hamburg]
Erster Bürgermeister {m}pol.
front benchers {pl} [Br.] [those on the front bench of either the government or the opposition]
Fraktionsspitze {f}pol.
g-man [Am.] [sl.] [short for Government Man]
G-Man {m}
General Governorate [less common] [General Government]
Generalgouvernement {n}hist.pol.
government agent [government official]
Regierungsbeamter {m} [Regierungsagent]admin.
government history [often: history of the (British / German / American etc.) government]
Regierungsgeschichte {f}hist.pol.
hunting permit [authority to hunt within a particular area of Government land and forests; Germany]
Begehungsschein {m} [veraltet] [Jagderlaubnisschein]hunting
independent town [not part of another local government entity]
kreisfreie Stadt {f}pol.
junior minister [Br.] [male] [government official]
Staatssekretär {m}pol.
majority rule [government]
Mehrheitsregierung {f}pol.
mixed constitution [mixed government]
Mischverfassung {f}pol.
public records [filed or recorded by local, state, federal or other government agencies]
(öffentlich verfügbare) Behördendaten {pl}admin.
retention period [e.g. for government records]
Vorhaltefrist {f}econ.law
scrapping premium [government subsidy to promote sales of new cars]
Abwrackprämie {f} [staatlicher Zuschuss zur Förderung von Neuwagenkäufen]econ.pol.
to clamp down on sth. [fig.] [police, government]
bei etw. rigoros durchgreifen [Regierung, Polizei]
to throw sth. into turmoil [government etc.]
etw. ins Chaos stürzen [Regierung etc.]
Australian Capital Territory <ACT> [formerly: The Territory for the Seat of Government, Federal Capital Territory]
ACT {n} [Australian Capital Territory]geogr.pol.
chief legal officer <CLO> [chief lawyer of a legal department in a company or US government agency]
Chief Legal Officer {m} <CLO> [Leiter der Rechtsabteilung eines Unternehmens oder einer US-Behörde]law
minister without portfolio [not responsible for any government department]
Minister {m} ohne Portefeuillepol.
public finance receipts [rare] [government revenue]
Einnahmen {pl} der öffentlichen Handecon.pol.
Serious Fraud Office [Br.] [government department] <SFO>
Betrugsdezernat {n}
theory of resistance [to government]
Widerstandslehre {f} [der Obrigkeit]pol.relig.
head of a department [in a government department]
Sektionschef {m} [österr.] [in D.: hist.]admin.
Leader and Reich Chancellor [Germany 1934 - 1945, head of state and head of government]
Führer und Reichskanzler {m} [Deutschland 1934 - 1945, Staatsoberhaupt und Regierungschef]hist.pol.
The Swiss Federal Council [Swiss Government]
Der Schweizerische Bundesrat {m} [schweiz.] [Regierung der Schweiz]pol.
understanding of the state [concept of government]
Staatsverständnis {n}philos.pol.
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