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generation Takterzeugung {f}
generationMenschenalter {n}
generation Entwicklungsstufe {f}
generation Erstellung {f}
generation Geschlecht {n} [Generation]
generationGlied {n} [Generation]
generation [act of generating, of jobs etc.] Schaffung {f}
generation [act of generating]Erzeugung {f}
generation [act of generating]Generieren {n} [geh. oder fachspr.]
generation [process] Genese {f} [geh.]
generation / formation of resistance Resistenzbildung {f}
generation and corruption [Aristotle]Entstehen und Vergehen
generation change Generationswechsel {m}
generation conflict Generationenkonflikt {m}
generation data setDateigeneration {f}
generation date [creation date, e.g. of a document or software version] Erzeugungsdatum {n}
generation gapGenerationsproblem {n}
generation gap Generationskonflikt {m}
generation gap Generationenkonflikt {m}
generation gap Generationsunterschied {m}
generation internship [young academics with low incomes and little prospect for a secure future] Generation {f} Praktikum
generation interval Generationsintervall {n}
generation interval Generationenabstand {m} [Generationsintervall, -abstand]
generation lossGenerationsverlust {m}
generation mix [electricity]Erzeugungsmix {m} [Strom]
generation mortality Generationsmortalität {f}
generation number Erstellungsnummer {f}
generation of actors and actresses Schauspielergeneration {f}
generation of artistsKünstlergeneration {f} [auch: Künstler-Generation]
generation of bark beetles Borkenkäfergeneration {f} [auch: Borkenkäfer-Generation]
generation of computers Rechnergeneration {f}
generation of current Stromerzeugung {f}
generation of dust Staubbildung {f}
generation of electricityErzeugung {f} von Elektrizität
generation of electricity Stromerzeugung {f}
generation of electricity Stromgewinnung {f}
generation of electricity from biogasBiogasverstromung {f}
generation of energyEnergiegewinnung {f}
generation of gas Gaserzeugung {f}
generation of heat Hitzeentwicklung {f}
generation of knowledgeWissensgenerierung {f}
generation of paintersMalergeneration {f}
generation of politicians Politikergeneration {f}
generation of scholars Wissenschaftlergeneration {f}
generation of strings Erzeugung {f} von Zeichenfolgen
generation of the foundersGründergeneration {f}
generation of X-radiation Erzeugung {f} von Röntgenstrahlung
generation period Generationsdauer {f}
generation portfolio Erzeugungsportfolio {n}
generation problemGenerationsproblem {n}
generation succession Generationsfolge {f}
generation time Erstellzeit {f}
generation timeGenerationszeit {f}
generation time [duration]Generationsdauer {f}
Generation Without Farewell [Kay Boyle] Generation ohne Abschied
Generation X <Gen X> Generation {f} X <Gen X>
[generation of male Germans drafted as teenagers to man anti-aircraft batteries at the end of WW II]Flakhelfergeneration {f} [ugs.] [auch: Flakhelfer-Generation]
generational generationsmäßig
generational break Generationswechsel {m}
generational changeGenerationenwechsel {m}
generational cohesion Generationszusammenhang {m}
generational conflictGenerationskonflikt {m}
generational conflictGenerationenkonflikt {m}
generational differences Generationsunterschied {m}
generational divideGenerationskonflikt {m}
generational divide Generationenkluft {f}
generational transferGenerationentransfer {m}
generationsGenerationen {pl}
generations of scholarsGenerationen {pl} von Gebildeten
generation-spanninggenerationsübergreifend [ugs.]
generative Erzeugungs-
generative generativ
generative behaviour [Br.] [reproductive behaviour] Fortpflanzungsverhalten {n}
generative cell Geschlechtszelle {f}
generative cellgenerative Zelle {f}
generative gland [ovary] Generationsdrüse {f} [veraltet] [Eierstock]
generative grammarErzeugungsgrammatik {f}
generative grammar generative Grammatik {f}
generative hyphaegenerative Hyphen {pl}
generative linguistics [treated as sg.] generative Linguistik {f}
generative modeling [Am.] generative Modellierung {f}
generative organs Zeugungsorgane {pl}
generative shape design <GSD> Flächenerzeugung {f}
generativist Generativist {m}
generativity Generativität {f}
generator Dynamo {m}
generator Generator {m}
generator Stromerzeuger {m}
generator [Code erzeugendes Programm]
generatorErzeuger {m}
generatorGeber {m}
generator Stromaggregat {n}
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