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subject under discussionGesprächsgegenstand {m}
[subject to recoupment of public money spent on local public infrastructure] erschließungsbeitragspflichtig
[subject-linked university entrance qualification]fachgebundene Hochschulreife {f}
(subject) index Stichwortverzeichnis {n}
subject-based versuchspersonenbasiert
subjected unterworfen
subjected to a quota kontingentiert
subjected to heat [postpos.] der Wärme ausgesetzt
subjected to heat [postpos.] wärmebeansprucht [einer Wärmequelle ausgesetzt]
subjected to heat [postpos.] wärmebelastet
subjected to other processesanderen Verfahren unterworfen
subjected to thermally induced stresswärmebeansprucht [belastet]
subjectificationSubjektifikation {f}
subjectificationSubjektwerdung {f}
subjection Abhängigkeit {f}
subjection Unterwerfung {f}
subjection Ausgeliefertsein {n}
subjection [state of being subjected]Unterworfensein {n}
subjectionsUnterwerfungen {pl}
subjective subjektiv
subjective [unobjective] unsachlich
subjective arbitrabilitysubjektive Schiedsfähigkeit {f}
subjective audiometry subjektive Audiometrie {f}
subjective body [in contrast to: objective body] Leib {m} [im Gegensatz zu: Körper]
subjective complaints subjektive Beschwerden {pl}
subjective content of experience subjektiver Erlebnisgehalt {m}
subjective discomfort subjektives Missempfinden {n}
subjective driving impression subjektiver Fahreindruck {m}
subjective genitive Genitivus {m} subjectivus
subjective gradingsubjektive Einstufung {f}
subjective idealismsubjektiver Idealismus {m}
subjective refraction subjektive Refraktion {f} [Abgleich, Brillenabgleich]
subjective safety subjektive Sicherheit {f}
subjective security subjektive Sicherheit {f}
subjective spiritsubjektiver Geist {m}
subjective synonymsubjektives Synonym {n}
subjective time subjektive Zeit {f}
subjective valuesubjektiver Wert {m}
subjective video quality <SVQ> subjektive Videoqualität {f}
subjective well-being <SWB> subjektives Wohlbefinden {n} <SWB>
subjectively perceivedsubjektiv empfunden
subjectivenessSubjektivität {f}
subjectivism Subjektivismus {m}
subjectivistSubjektivist {m}
subjectivist [female] Subjektivistin {f}
subjectivistic subjektivistisch
subjectivistically subjektivistisch
subjectivistsSubjektivisten {pl}
subjectivists [female] Subjektivistinnen {pl}
subjectivities Subjektivitäten {pl}
subjectivity Subjektivität {f}
subjectivity Innerlichkeit {f}
subjectivization Subjektivierung {f}
subject-linked eligibility of university admission fachgebundene Hochschulzugangsberechtigung {f}
subject-matterGegenstand {m}
subject-matterThema {n}
subject-matterStreitgegenstand {m}
subject-matter insured versicherte Sache {f}
subject-matter insured versicherter Gegenstand {m}
subject-matter jurisdiction sachliche Zuständigkeit {f}
subject-matter knowledge Fachlichkeit {f}
subject-oriented programming <SOP>subjektorientierte Programmierung {f} <SOP>
subjects Lehrfächer {pl}
subjects Gegenstände {pl}
subjectsUntergebene {pl}
subjectsThemen {pl}
subjects {pl} [topics collectively]Themenkreis {m}
subjects [of a monarch]Untertanen {pl}
subjects [of study, of expertise] Fächer {pl} [Fachgebiete]
subjects [themes] Sujets {pl}
subjects studied Unterrichtsfächer {pl}
subjects taught Lehrfächer {pl}
subjects with healthy eyes Augengesunde {pl}
subjects with normal hearing Normalhörende {pl}
subject-scientific subjektwissenschaftlich
subject-specific fachlich
subjoinderAnhang {m}
subjoined hinzugefügt
subjoining beilegend
subjugating bezwingend
subjugatingknechtend [pej.]
subjugation Unterjochung {f}
subjugation Unterwerfung {f}
subjugationKnechtung {f} [geh.]
subjugation Knechtschaft {f} [geh.]
subjugation [of passions etc.] Bezwingung {f}
subjugation (to) sklavische Abhängigkeit {f} (von)
subjugationsUnterjochungen {pl}
subjugations Unterwerfungen {pl}
subjunction Subjunktion {f}
subjunctive Konjunktiv {m}
subjunctive Möglichkeitsform {f}
subjunctive konjunktivisch
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