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Imperialismus


noun; English translation: “imperialism“. “Imperialismus“ is a type of world view and a state or country’s political strategies to gain control over other countries and peoples. The word stems from the Latin word “imperium“ for “absolute power“. “Imperialismus“ can have political, economical, colonial and socio-cultural features. In the 19th century, many European countries pursued “Imperialismus“ almost in competition with each other and took control over numerous countries in Africa, Asia and some in the other continents. Until today the British commonwealth still consists of fifty-two countries, which are now independent but originally conquered in the name of “Imperialismus“.

An example of the word “Imperialismus“ in a sentence would be: “Imperialismus schrieb ein dunkles Kapitel der Geschichte“ (German); “Imperilism wrote a dark chapter in history“ (English).
 HannaM an 2017-10-11

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Vision


noun; English translation: “vision“. The term comes from the Latin word vīsiō for “idea“ or “imagination“. “Vision“ can on one hand describe a revelation or a dreamlike hallucination; or on the other hand an idea or a concept of the future. In history each great leader had a “Vision“ of how they could make the world a better place and gained followers who shared the same “Vision“.

An example of the word “Vision“ in a sentence would be: “Ihr solltet eure Vision verwirklichen“ (German); “You should make your vision a reality“ (English).
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Betrieb


noun; English translation: “company“, “firm“ or “business“. “Betrieb“ describes a place or association in which a product is produced or assembled in. It can also describe the state of a machine that is turned on and active - in that case you would say the machine is “in Betrieb“ (“in service“).

An example of the word “Betrieb“ in a sentence would be: “Sie arbeiten im Betrieb“ (German); “They work for the company“ (English).
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Logistik


noun; English translation: “logistics“. “Logistik“ is an industrial term and includes every step of industrial production, such as concept, planning, organisation, operation, production, delivery and sometimes even disposal of a certain product and its information. There are many different sub-categories of “Logistik“, for example: climate, storage, medicine, temperature and transport. “Logistik“ is offered as a subject in many universities worldwide.

An example of the word “Logistik“ in a sentence would be: “Er ist Professor für Logistik“ (German); “He is a professor in logistics“ (English).
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Ethik


noun; English translation: “ethics“. The word originates from the Greek word ēthikḗ for “moral“ and belongs to the area of philosophy. “Ethik“ deals with human behaviour and what is moral or immoral behaviour. “Ethik“ is very subjective concept and different behaviours are considered moral or immoral by different people from different cultures, beliefs and upbringings. Also, “Ethik“ can be applied in many different categories such as work, information, biology, medicine, environment and economy. In some universities you can study “Ethik“ and in some parts of Germany it is offered as a subject in school as an alternative to religion class.

An example of the word “Ethik“ in a sentence would be: “Aristoteles schrieb über Ethik“ (German); “Aristotle wrote about ethics“ (English).
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Werbung


noun; English translation: “advertisement“. “Werbung“ includes any type of information that is spread for the purpose of advertising and attracting potential customers. “Werbung“ comes in many different forms and can be spread through word-of-mouth or almost any type of media, such as newspapers, radio, television, social media and other internet platforms. “Werbung“ has evolved over time and adjusted to whatever method helped selling the advertised product the best. “Werbung“ often uses psychology to convince people that purchasing the product will enhance their happiness in some way.

An example of the word “Werbung“ in a sentence would be: “Der Laden macht jetzt Werbung“ (German); “The store advertises now“ (English).
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Journalismus


noun; English translation: “journalism“. The word originates from the french word journal, which means: daily. “Journalismus“ includes any type of publishing work of one or more journalists for press, media, radio or online services. “Journalismus“ observes any relevant area of society, recent events and informs the public about it through the media in the form of articles, photos or video footage. “Journalismus“ is also used to comment, criticise and expose someone or something and has the power to sway public opinion - therefore “Journalismus“ is banned or restricted by the government in some countries.

An example of the word “Journalismus“ in a sentence would be: “Er student Journalismus“ (German); “He studies journalism“ (English).
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cloud


noun; “Cloud“ is a word from the English language that made its way into the German vocabulary around 2009. It is a term from the IT area and refers to a digital space or forum in which information can be stored and/or exchanged - for example: music and podcasts on “SoundCloud“. A “Cloud“ consists of 3 areas: infrastructure, platform and applications. It is an attempt to offer programs and services online without having to install them on a local computer. The “Cloud“ is designed to be accessed by regular servers as well as mobile devices such as laptops, smartphones and tablets.

An example of the word “Cloud“ in a sentence would be: “Wir speichern unsere Daten in der Cloud“ (German); “We save our data in the cloud“ (English).
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Migration


noun; English translation: “migration“. This term is used to describe a behaviour or movement from one place to another. “Migration“ can refer to humans or animals and can happen voluntarily or involuntarily. In the case of human “Migration“ it can either be voluntary relocation from one territory or country to another - or in many cases involuntary and caused by war or banishment. In the case of animal “Migration“, there is voluntary seasonal “Migration“ that occurs regularly - like the migration of birds to warmer countries during winter to ensure survival - or involuntary “Migration“, caused by destruction of the animal’s natural habitat.

An example of the word “Migration“ in a sentence would be: “Die Politiker beraten heute im Parlament über Migration“ (German); “The politicians discuss migration in the parliament today“ (English).
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Führung


noun; English translation: “leadership“ or “conduct“. “Führung“ describes any kind of guiding, governing behaviour of one or more individuals who is in charge or one or more individuals. “Führung“ has the goal to bring its subject from point A to point B, whether that is a physical place, a quota that needs to be met or goal that needs to be realised. It is also used to describe the leading competitor in a contest. There are different types of “Führung“, depending on each case and the individual in charge. Important tip for learning German: The person in charge of the “Führung“ would logically be called “Führer“ by someone who is exploring the language, however that word has had a very negative connotation because Adolf Hitler called himself “Führer“, so it is preferred to call someone “Leiter“ (equivalent to “leader“ as well) instead.

An example of the word „Führung“ in a sentence would be: “Sie übernimmt die Führung nach der zweiten Runde“ (German); “She takes over the lead/leadership after the second lap“ (English).
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Terror


noun; English translation: “terrorism“. “Terror“ includes any type of unlawful, intentionally harmful and violent behaviour by an individual or group towards another. Such behaviour can aim to cause fatal physical, mental, emotional and/or psychological harm to the victim(s). Often these actions are used to intimidate one or more individuals up to entire countries and achieve a political goal or gain control or power. The number of international “Terror“ attacks has risen since the 1970. One major example is the attack and destruction of the World Trade Centre in New York on September 11, 2001.

An example of the word “Terror“ in a sentence would be: “Der Kampf gegen Terror wird heute mehr und mehr zur Priorität“ (German); “The fight against terrorism today becomes more and more of a priority“ (English).
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Projektmanagement


noun; English translation: “project management“. This term is originally from the English language but has been introduced to the German vocabulary, mostly used in the business world. As the word says, it describes the management, organisation or leadership of a project.

An example of the word “Projektmanagement“ in a sentence would be: “Projektmanagment ist ein wichtiger Teil der Ausbildung“ (German). “Project management is an essential part of the training“ (English).
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Kompetenz


noun; English translation: “competence“. “Kompetenz“ in itself is the ability to complete a certain task skillfully or to solve a problem well. The adjective of the word is “kompetent“ (english: competent) - in order to be “kompetent“ in a certain area you need to have not only the knowledge but also the required set of skills. The word is often used in work-related means by employers who want their employees to produce excellent results or in the process of training somebody.

An example of the word “Kompetenz“ in a sentence would be: “Er bewieß seine Kompetenz am Arbeitsplatz regelmäßig“ (German). “He regularly displayed his competence at the workplace“ (English).
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Demokratie


noun; English translation: “democracy“. “Demokratie“ is a Western concept and form of government in which the population votes, which political figure and party they want to be represented by. The person or party with the majority of votes wins and forms the government. The term comes originally from the ancient Greek word “dēmokratía“ meaning “power of the people“. There are several forms of democracies and many countries have a constitution that also includes other forms of government such as the republic. The original idea behind introducing a “Demokratie“ is to live in a community built on fairness where every individual has equal rights.

An example of the word “Demokratie“ in a sentence would be: “West Deutschland wurde 1949 erstmals eine Demokratie“ (German); “West Germany became a democracy for the first time in 1949“ (English).
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Queer


noun; “queer“ is a word from the English language that made its way into the German vocabulary (possibly due to its similarity to the German word “quer“ which means “athward“ or “crosswise“) and shares the same meaning as the original. „Queer“ in itself can mean “weird“, “strange“ or “suspicious“ but is usually used in connection with the LGTB movement that encourages people to live out their non-mainstream sexual identity without being judged and even defends it in the name of peace and tolerance. It is not yet clearly defined who identifies themselves as “queer“, but the LGTB community tries to include all kinds of sexual orientations and identities without forgetting one. The word’s inclusion into the German language shows how these types of movements have grown internationally since it was first publicly displayed in the 1980s.

An example of the word „queer“ in a sentence would be: “Dieses Magazin schreibt für queer Leser“ (German); “This magazine writes for queer readers“ (English).
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Nationalismus


noun; English translation: “nationalism“. “Nationalismus“ is a type of world view with a certain political movement which pursues the forming of an independent national state with its own national identity, territory and certain kind of loyal members that share the same language, ancestry and culture. Depending on each case, these specifications can be more or less exclusive. Nationalistic ideas first started to affect worldwide politics in the 18th century and had its climaxes in the form of the French Revolution and later World War I and World War II.

An example of the word “Nationalismus“ in a sentence would be: “Heute haben wir in Geschichte über Nationalismus gelernt“ (German); “Today we learned about nationalism in history class“ (English).
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Glück


noun; English translation: “luck“, “happiness“ or “fortune“. “Glück" describes a state of peace and/or ecstasy. It can also refer to a time in which someone is very lucky, for example while gambling. People naturally pursue “Glück“ as it entails increase, relief, wholeness and fruitfulness. In literature “Glück" is often personalised and seen as its own entity that grants individuals fortune at certain times. On the other hand it is said to bring „Unglück“ (literal: “Un-luck“) if someone commits a certain action like breaking a mirror or opening up an umbrella in a closed room.

An example of the word “Glück" in a sentence would be: “Das Glück hatte ihn noch nicht verlassen“ (German); “Luck had not abandoned him yet“ (English).
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Umsatz


noun; English translation: “commission“, “turnover“ or “gross earnings“. It is a business term and describes the amount of money an individual or company earns through trade or service. It can either refer to the amount before or after deductions such as taxes.

An example of the word “Umsatz“ in a sentence would be: “Der Umsatz des Jahres stieg an dank der verbesserten Ökonomie“ (German); “The year’s commission increased due to improved economy“ (English).
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Yacht


noun; English translation: “yacht“. A “Yacht“ is a type of boat for recreational purposes. The term originally comes from the Dutch word jacht, which means “hunt“, as it used to serve as a fast boat to hunt pirates at sea and force them into shallow waters. A “Yacht“ can either have a motor and/or sails as a source of power to move forward. There is a large variety of “Yacht“ sizes as well as differences in price, features and furnishings. If somebody owns a “Yacht“, they are usually considered wealthy, since it takes a lot of money to purchase and upkeep.

An example of the word “Yacht“ in a sentence would be: “Die Yacht liegt im Hafen für Reperatur“ (German); “The yacht is in the harbour for reparations“ (English).
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RDM


RDM = Remote Device Management. Ein bidirektionaler digitaler Lichtsteuerstandard, basierend auf DMX512-A. Genormt in Standard ANSI E1-20:2010 (www.ansi.org)
Eckart Steffens an 2017-09-06



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