Alle Sprachen    |   EN   SV   IS   RU   RO   IT   FR   PT   HU   NL   SK   LA   FI   ES   BG   HR   NO   CS   DA   TR   PL   SR   EL   EO   |   SK   FR   HU   PL   NL   SQ   RU   ES   NO   SV   IS   IT   CS   DA   PT   HR   FI   BG   RO   |   more ...

Deutsch-Englisch-Wörterbuch

Deutsch-Englisch-Übersetzung für: [people]
  äöüß...
  Optionen | Tipps | FAQ | Abkürzungen | Desktop

LoginRegistrieren
Home|About/Extras|Vokabeltrainer|Fachgebiete|Benutzer|Forum|Mitmachen!
Englisch-Deutsch-Wörterbuch: [people]
[you] are [said to two or more people]
[ihr] seid
[you] have [said to two or more people]
[ihr] habt
[you] do [said to two or more people]
[ihr] tut
Hark! [literary] [to several people]
Hört!
[you] might [said to two or more people]
[ihr] könntet
sluggish {adj} [of people, rivers] [also med.]
faul [träge]
divine {adj} [services, objects, etc., but not people]
religiösrelig.
[you] did [said to two or more people]
[ihr] tatet
common {adj} [people, soldier etc.]
einfach [Leute, Soldaten etc.]
sprightly {adj} [old people]
rüstig
[you] may [are permitted] [said to two or more people]
[ihr] dürft
[you] were [informally addressing two or more people]
[ihr] wart
accessible {adj} [for people with impairments / disabilities]
barrierefrei [behindertengerecht]archi.Internet
behindertengerecht
stiff {adj} [of people]
hölzern [fig.] [steif]
[you] should [said to two or more people]
[ihr] solltet
popular {adj} [of the people]
volkstümlich
spritely {adj} [of old people] [spv.]
rüstig
[you] will [said to two or more people]
[ihr] werdet
sharp {adj} [smart, esp. of children, young people]
aufgeweckt
[you] can [said to two or more people]
[ihr] könnt
lined {adj} [old people]
faltig
[you] could [were able] [said to two or more people]
[ihr] konntet
inclusive {adj} [not excluding any particular groups of people]
offen [für jedermann frei zugänglich]
some {pron} [some people]
manche [manche Menschen, einige Leute]
[you] had [said to two or more people]
[ihr] hattet
accessibly {adv} [for people with impairments / disabilities]
barrierefrei [behindertengerecht]archi.
behindertengerecht
[having a disproportionate number of old people] {adj}
überaltertsociol.
Romance {adj} [people, culture]
welsch [veraltet] [pej.] [romanisch]
common {adj} [of people, language]
gschert [österr.] [südd.] [ugs.] [ordinär]
[you] can't [said to two or more people]
[ihr] könnt nicht
[you] cannot [said to two or more people]
[ihr] könnt nicht
[you] mustn't [said to two or more people]
[ihr] dürft nicht
approachable {adj} [accessible to most people]
zum Anfassen [nachgestellt] [ugs.]
caring {adj} [for other people. esp. those ill or in need]
zugewandt [für andere Menschen offen]
circa {prep} <ca.> [a hundred people]
an die [hundert Leute]
damaged {adj} [by social factors] [people]
milieugeschädigt
displaced {adj} {past-p} [people]
vertrieben [Menschen]
Don't! [said to two or more people]
Tut es nicht!
germane {adj} [obs.] [of people, closely related]
nah verwandt
handtame {adj} [spv.] [fig.] [of people: mild, meek]
handzahm [fig.] [von Personen: leicht zu beeinflussen, zu behandeln]
idle {adj} [of people: unemployed]
ohne Beschäftigung [arbeitslos]
indigenous {adj} [people]
eingesessen [einheimisch]
Latin {adj} [people, culture]
welsch [veraltet] [pej.] [romanisch]
military {adj} [people, life, etc.]
soldatischmil.
See? [said to two or more other people]
Seht ihr?
Shastan {adj} [of or relating to the Shasta people or their language]
Shasta- [bezogen auf den Stamm der Shasta bzw. deren Sprache]ethn.ling.
unpopulated {adj} [without people]
unbelebt [ohne Leute]
you're [said to two or more people]
ihr seid
to gather [esp. of people]
versammeln
to surge [of a crowd, people]
fluten
to drive [animals, people, leaves]
treiben
to assemble sb. [people]
jdn. versammeln
to grind [people]
schinden [Menschen, bes. Arbeitskräfte]
to approach [troops, groups of people]
anrücken
to scatter [disperse] [people]
versprengen [Menschen]
to fly [of people]
sausen
to grunt [of people]
knurren
to muster sb. [people]
jdn. versammeln [Personen]
to funnel [of people]
drängen [in Bewegung Richtung Ziel]
to converge [of people, rivers]
zusammenströmen
to scatter sb./sth. [people, animals by force]
jdn./etw. auseinanderjagen
to muster [people, forces]
zusammentrommeln
to oppress [nation, people]
vergewaltigen [fig.]
to jam [people, animals]
pferchen
to smuggle [people]
schleppen [Menschen schmuggeln]
[to feed masses of people in a rough-and-ready way]
jdn. abfüttern [ugs.] [(Menschen in der Gruppe) zu essen geben]gastr.
to broadcast sth. [tell to many people]
etw.Akk. rumposaunen [ugs.] [herumposaunen]
to collect [gather] [of people]
sich versammeln
to converge [people, vehicles]
sich zusammenfinden
to dehumanise sb./sth. [Br.] [people, politics, etc.]
jdn./etw. enthumanisieren [Menschen, Politik etc.]
to embrace [two or more people]
sich umarmen
to front sth. [be the most prominent member in a group of people]
Frontmann von etw.Dat. sein
to gather [esp. people]
sich versammeln
to intercommunicate [people etc.]
miteinander kommunizieren
to intercommunicate [people; rooms]
(miteinander) in Verbindung stehen [Menschen: kommunizieren; Zimmer: zusammenhängen]
to lack [Ex.: Some people lack humour.]
jdm. abgehen [fehlen, mangeln] [Bsp.: Einigen Leuten geht der Humor ab.]
to network [interact socially (people, organizations)]
sich (untereinander / miteinander) vernetzen [Personen, Organisationen]
to scatter [of people, animals]
sich zerstreuen [auseinanderlaufen, auseinandergehen]
to sit sb. [be large enough for a specified number of seated people]
jdm. Platz bieten [(einer bestimmten Anzahl von Menschen) Platz zum Sitzen bieten]
to snare sth. [get sth. in a clever way or by deceiving people]
sichDat. etw.Akk. unter den Nagel reißen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
bunch [of people] [coll.]
Haufen {m} [ugs.] [Menschen]
order [the way in which people or things are placed or arranged in relation to each other]
Reihenfolge {f}
labour {sg} [Br.] [people]
Arbeitskräfte {pl}
nation [community of people]
Volk {n}
fee [payment to professional people, e.g. doctors]
Honorar {n}fin.
strays [people or animals]
Streuner {pl} [Menschen oder Tiere]
cheek [insolent self assurance of children or very young people]
Naseweisheit {f}
care [of people]
Sorge {f} [geh.] [Obsorge, Fürsorge]
folk [people]
Volk {n} [Leute]
slaughter [of people]
Gemetzel {n}
Schlacht {f} [Gemetzel, Massaker]
concourse [crowd of people]
Auflauf {m} [Menschenauflauf]
discord [formal] [between people]
Zwietracht {f} [geh.]
gathering [of people]
Sammlung {f} [von Menschen]
luminaries [eminent people]
Berühmtheiten {pl} [gefeierte Künstler, Wissenschaftler etc.]
migration [of people]
Übersiedlung {f} [in eine andere Stadt, einen anderen Bundesstaat]
settlement [act of people settling]
Ansiedlung {f}
folk [{sg} or {pl}] [coll.] [people]
Leute {pl}
nach oben | home© 2002 - 2019 Paul Hemetsberger | Impressum / Datenschutz
Dieses Deutsch-Englisch-Wörterbuch basiert auf der Idee der freien Weitergabe von Wissen. Mehr Informationen!
Enthält Übersetzungen von der TU Chemnitz sowie aus Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (Englisch/Deutsch). Vielen Dank dafür!
Links auf dieses Wörterbuch oder einzelne Übersetzungen sind herzlich willkommen! Fragen und Antworten