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Nationalismus


Substantiv; Synonyme für „Nationalismus“ sind: Heimatliebe und Patriotismus. Nationalismus ist eine Form von Weltanschauung und einer politischen Ausrichtung, die die Bildung eines unabhängigen Nationalstaats mit seiner eigenen nationalen Identität, Gebiet und Bevölkerung anstrebt, die eine gemeinsame Sprache, Abstammung und Kultur teilen. Je nach Fall können diese Charakterisierungen mehr oder weniger streng und ausschließend ausfallen. Nationalistische Ideen gab es schon vor langer Zeit aber sie beeinflussten die internationale Politik drastisch erstmals im Achtzehnten Jahrhundert und hatten ihre schwersten Auswirkungen in der Form der Französischen Revolution und später dem Ersten und Zweiten Weltkrieg.

Ein Beispiel des Wortes „Nationalismus“ in einem Satz ist: „Heute haben wir in Geschichte über Nationalismus gelernt.“
 HannaM (17. Oktober 2017)

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Glück


Substantiv; Synonyme für „Glück“ sind: Freude, Begeisterung und Gunst (des Schicksals). Der Begriff Glück umschreibt einen Zustand von Frieden und/oder Begeisterung. Es kann außerdem einen Zeitraum umschreiben, in dem jemand besonders mit Gunst gesegnet ist und zum Beispiel mehrfach beim Kartenspiel gewinnt obwohl er oder sie keinerlei anderen Vorteil erfährt. Menschen wollen von Natur aus Glück haben und glücklich sein, da Glück Erfolg, Wachstum, Erleichterung, Fülle und Fruchtbarkeit bedeutet. In der Literatur wird Glück oft personalisiert und als ein eigenes Wesen gesehen, das bestimmten Individuen zu bestimmten Zeiten Gunst schenkt. Manche polytheistische Religionen haben Götter des Glücks, wie zum Beispiel Lakshmi im Hinduismus. Im Aberglauben verschiedener Kulturen wird manchmal bestimmten Tätigkeiten nachgesagt, demjenigen Glück zu bringen der sie vollbringt, wie zum Beispiel einen bestimmten Teil einer Statue zu reiben. Auf der anderen Seite wird anderen Tätigkeiten nachgesagt „Unglück“ (das Gegenteil von „Glück“) zu bringen, wie zum Beispiel wenn man einen Spiegel zerbricht oder einen Regenschirm in einem geschlossenen Raum aufspannt.

Ein Beispiel des Wortes „Glück“ in einem Satz ist: „Das Glück hatte ihn noch nicht verlassen.“
 HannaM (17. Oktober 2017)

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Umsatz


Substantiv; Synonyme für „Umsatz“ sind: Erlös, Gesamteinnahme und Gewinn. „Umsatz“ ist ein Geschäftsbegriff, der die Geldsumme beschreibt, die eine Person oder ein Unternehmen durch Handel oder Dienstleistungen verdient. Der Begriff kann die Summe vor- oder nach Abzügen, wie Steuern, bedeuten. „Bruttoumsatz“bezieht sich auf dem Umsatz vor jeglichen Abzügen, „Nettoumsatz“ bezieht sich auf dem Umsatz nach den Abzügen und ist der Endbetrag, den der Verdiener selbst besitzt.

Ein Beispiel des Wortes „Umsatz“ in einem Satz ist: „Der Umsatz des Jahres stieg an dank der verbesserten Ökonomie.“
 HannaM (17. Oktober 2017)

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Yacht


Substantiv; Eine Yacht ist eine Art Boot oder Schiff für Freizeit- und Erholungszwecke. Der Begriff stammt ursprünglich von dem niederländischen Wort „jacht“, was “Jagd“ bedeutet und wurde in die Deutsche Sprache übernommen. Yachten wurden anfangs als schnelle Boote zur Jagd von Piraten genutzt, um diese in seichte Gewässer zu zwingen und zu verhaften. Yachten können entweder mit Motor und/oder Segeln zum Antrieb genutzt werden. Es gibt eine Vielzahl von verschiedenen Yachttypen auf dem Markt, die sich in Preis und Ausstattung unterscheidet. Im Allgemeinen wird jemand als reich oder wohlhabend angesehen, wenn er oder sie eine Yacht besitzt, da der Kauf und die Wartung viel Geld kostet.

Ein Beispiel des Wortes „Yacht“ in einem Satz ist: „Die Yacht liegt im Hafen für Reparatur.“
 HannaM (17. Oktober 2017)

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Brühl


Brühl: Althochdeutsch broil oder bruil, Mittelhochdeutsch brüel, bedeutet ursprünglich ein tiefliegendes, wasserreiches Gehölz, welches zur Hegung von Hirschen und Schweinen diente. Darum war der Brühl eingefriedigt (d.h. eingezäunt) und konnte als "Tiergarten" gelten. Bei der zunehmenden Erweiterung der Ortschaft wurde das Gehölz geschlagen, der Boden trocken gelegt, und so entstanden Wiesen, Äcker und Plätze. Aus dem Brühl wurde Wiesland. Das tiefliegende Gelände eignete sich ganz besonders gut zur Bewässerung durch den Dorfbach, weshalb es im Frühling dem Vieh die erste Nahrung gewährte.
Quelle: http://www.bruehlmeier.info/grundlagen.htm
anonym (14. Oktober 2017)

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Holocaust


noun; English translation: “holocaust“. The English term originates from the biblical word for “burning sacrifice“. In its general meaning, “Holocaust“ defines a systematic genocide, but most often it refers to the event that brought the word “Holocaust“ into being: the mass persecution, confinement and extermination of the Jewish population in Europe in the early 20th century by the Nazis (national-socialistic party) under Adolf Hitler until the end of World War II in 1945. The word “Holocaust“ was first introduced into the German language by an American documentary that aired in Germany in 1979. The “Holocaust“ happened due to racist, anti-Semitic tendencies and political legislations in Germany. Between 5,6 and 6,3 million European Jews were murdered in the “Holocaust“.

An example of the word “Holocaust“ in a sentence would be: “Der Holocaust ist auch heute noch Thema und aktuell in der Deutschen Geschichte“ (German); “The Holocaust is still a topic today and recent in Germany’s history“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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verantwortung


noun; English translation: “responsibility“. “Verantwortung“ defines somebody’s commitment to be accountable for someone or something - like someone’s action. It means to accept whatever reaction the subject of “Verantwortung“ causes - whether it is praise and reward or criticism and punishment. “Verantwortung“ can be given and taken voluntarily or by law - like a parent has legal “Verantwortung“ his or her child until a certain age.

An example of the word “Verantwortung“ in a sentence would be: “Der Angeklagte trägt die volle Verantwortung für den Mord“ (German); “The defendant is fully responsible for the murder“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Zielgruppe


noun; English translation: “target audience“. “Zielgruppe“ in the most general sense describes a group of people that is targeted by a certain action. In the context of marketing a “Zielgruppe“ describes the specific group of people the advertisement is designed to attract - mostly a group of a certain gender, age, location, interest or social class. Apart from marketing, almost every product or service targets a certain “Zielgruppe“, like a radio station, TV channel, movie, media platform, training program, etc. Usually the success of a product increases the smaller or more specific its “Zielgruppe“ is defined.

An example of the word “Zielgruppe“ in a sentence would be: “Die Zielgruppe des Produkts sind kinderlose Dopperverdiener der höheren Mittelklasse“ (German); “The target audience of the product is childless double job holding couples of the higher middle class“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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asozial


adjective; English translation: “antisocial“. The term “asozial“ - in contrast to “sozial“ (English: social) - is used to describe the inability or unwillingness to live in a community and contribute towards such. In the more colloquial sense, “asozial“ is sometimes used to describe somebody’s egoistic behaviour.

An example of the word “asozial“ in a sentence would be: “Dieses asoziales Verhalten ist nicht akzeptabel“ (German); “This antisocial behaviour is unacceptable“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Leistung


noun; English translation: “achievement“ or “performance“. “Leistung“ in the general sense describes an action in order to achieve a goal or fulfil a task. In the area of economy and finances “Leistung“ refers to a form of payment. In the context of sports, “Leistung“ describes the achievement of a better performance than previously.

An example of the word “Leistung“ in a sentence would be: “Das Fußball Team erbrachte eine gute Leistung an diesem Tag“ (German); “The soccer team made a great achievement that day“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Entwicklung


noun; English translation: “development“. “Entwicklung“ in general describes any form of development or transitional change from one state to another in a certain amount of time. In the context of biology “Entwicklung“ refers to the growth of a living being. In the field of photography, “Entwicklung“ is the process of developing a photograph. In the area of technology, “Entwicklung“ refers to the conceptional creation of an object.

An example of the word “Entwicklung“ in a sentence would be: “Die Entwicklung des Kindes ist normal“ (German); “The development of the child is normal“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Vorsatz


noun; English translation: “resolution“ or “purpose“. “Vorsatz“ describes something somebody plans to do in the future. In the context of criminology, “Vorsatz“ refers to a motive or reason to commit a crime, proving that the offence was committed deliberately.

An example of the word “Vorsatz“ in a sentence would be: “Sein Vorsatz für das neue Jahr ist mit dem Rauchen aufzuhören“ (German); “His resolution for the new year is to quit smoking“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Intelligenz


noun; English translation: “intelligence“. The word originates from the Latin word “intelligens", meaning “comprehensible“. “Intelligenz“ describes cognitive capability or sanity.

An example of the word “Intelligenz“ in a sentence would be: “Die Intelligenz des Tieres wird under Beweis gestellt“ (German); “The animal’s intelligence is being proven“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Burnout


noun; the term was taken from the English language and integrated into German. “Burnout“ can be used in different contexts, but it generally describes a state of exhaustion or running out of power. “Burnout“ in the medical field describes the state of psychological, physical and mental exhaustion due to constant stress. “Burnout“ in the area of aviation describes the state of fuel exhaustion. “Burnout“ in the area of physics describes the state when a nuclear reactor burns through due to lack of cooling.

An example of the word “Burnout“ in a sentence would be: “Die Symptome von Burnout steigen im Winter an“ (German); “The symptoms of burnout increase in winter“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Marke


noun; English translation: “mark“ or “brand“. The word derives from the French word “marque“ for “signing“. A “Marke“ in general can be any type of marking or labelling. In an economical context the word describes the brand of a product - a company’s copyrighted name or image. “Marke“ can also be short for “Briefmarke“ (postage stamp).

An example of the word “Marke“ in a sentence would be: “Diese Stiefel sind von einer guten Marke“ (German); “These boots are from a good brand“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Fieber


noun; English translation: “fever“. “Fieber“ is a medical term for an extraordinarily high body temperature as a reaction to a sickness. By rising the temperature, the body attempts to fight the germ or other cause of illness. In a more general context, “Fieber“ can be used to describe a symptom of stress or astir.

An example of the word “Fieber“ in a sentence would be: “Sie ging mit hohem Fieber zum Arzt“ (German); “She went to the doctor because of high fever“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Stress


noun; English translation: “stress“ or “struggle“. “Stress“ is a negative state or reaction caused by an external conflict or problem. It can be general “Stress“ or more specific, such as psychological “Stress“, emotional “Stress“, physical “Stress“, geological “Stress“ or biological “Stress“. The opposite of “Stress“ is “Entspannung“ (relaxation) or “Erholung“ (recovery).

An example of the word “Stress“ in a sentence would be: “Stress am Arbeitsplatz kann ein Krankheitsauslöser sein“ (German); “Stress at the workplace can be a cause of sickness“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Populismus


noun; English translation: “populism“. The word derives from the Latin populus word for “people“ or “population“. “Populismus“ is a political term referring to a strategy to gain the favour of the common people. Besides that, “Populismus“ is also used as a category of literature, characterised by a writing style that evolves around relatable everyday topics.

An example of the word “Populismus“ in a sentence would be: “Der charismatische Kandidat erhofft die Wahl durch Populismus zu gewinnen“ (German); “The charismatic candidate hopes to win the election through populism“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Junkie


noun; this is an English term that was integrated into the German language. Derived from the English word “junk“, describing something useless or inferior, “Junkie“ is to describe a person who is addicted to something, generally drugs or any other addictive substance.

An example of the word “Junkie“ in a sentence would be: “Die Familie hat den Kontakt abgebrochen seitdem er ein Junkie ist“ (German); “The family has no contact to him anymore since he is a junkie“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Date


noun; this is an English term that has found usage in the German language and has the same meaning as the English “date“ or the French word “rendezvous“, referring to an arranged meeting between two people for romantic purposes at an agreed time and place. It can also be used to refer to the person who is being met at said meeting.

An example of the word “Date“ in a sentence would be: “Sie haben ein Date im Café“ (German); “They have a date at the café“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Nachhaltigkeit


noun; English translation: “sustainability“. “Nachhaltigkeit“ is an economic term that describes an impact on a resource or biosphere over a period of time. “Nachhaltigkeit“ tries to make something last longer than usual.

An example of the word “Nachhaltigkeit“ in a sentence would be: “Die Nachhaltigkeit des Produkts its umstritten“ (German); “The sustainability of the product is being debated“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Gewalt


noun; English translation: “violence“ or “force“. “Gewalt“ describes a state in which one individual has power to rule over one or more individuals. It also describes a violent behaviour or action towards somebody or something to cause damage in order to intimidate, pressure or destroy.

An example of the word “Gewalt“ in a sentence would be: “Weil sie nicht kooperierten, gebrauchte er Gewalt“ (German); “Because they would not cooperate, he used force/violence“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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zynisch


adjective; English translation: “cynical“. The related noun is “Zynismus“ (cynicism), which describes an attitude or world view that is recognisable by vicious and mocking statements which are intended to degrade or hurt the person it is aimed at. “zynisch“ comments do not encourage conversation or connection.

An example of the word “zynisch“ in a sentence would be: “Er war bekannt für seine zynischen Reaktionen“ (German); “He was known for his cynical reactions“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Tourismus


noun; English translation: “tourism“. “Tourismus“ developed from the French term “tour“ for “travel“. “Tourismus“ is an economic term and describes the industry that evolves around anything associated with national and international travel. “Tourismus“ developed historically, as technology and means of transportation improved.

An example of the word “Tourismus“ in a sentence would be: “Die Stadt lebt vom Tourismus“ (German); “The city is dependent on tourism“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Qualifikation


noun; English translation: “qualification“. “Qualifikation“ describes the eligibility of someone to a certain activity or occupation. It can also be used in a competitive context, determining if a contestant reaches the following phase of the contest.

An example of the word “Qualifikation“ in a sentence would be: “Er hat nicht die notwendige Qualifikation for diesen Job“ (German); “He does not have the necessary qualification for this job“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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wissen


noun; English translation: “knowledge“. The term comes from the Latin word videre (English: seeing). “Wissen“ describes the knowing or understanding of certain information or truths. It can be related to general knowledge or to a certain field like nature, literature or education, etc.

An example of the word “Wissen“ in a sentence would be: “Viel Wissen, wenige Taten“ (German); “Much knowledge, little action“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Krieg


noun; English translation: “war“. “Krieg“ generally describes an extreme form of conflict between two or more parties - commonly a political escalation between two countries, military forces, social or ethnic groups. The “Krieg“ can be caused by a terroristic attack or conflicting interests in territory, resources, etc. “Krieg“ is often fought with military forces and weapons that have improved over the course of history.

An example of the word “Krieg“ in a sentence would be: “Im Krieg gibt es nur Verlierer, keine Gewinner“ (German); “In war there are only losers, no winners“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Durchfall


noun; direct translation: “diarrhea“. The literal translation from German means “to fall through“ and describes the condition of defecating incompletely digested food in the form of pasty to fluid stool. It can be accompanied by stomach ache, stomach cramps, and/or nausea. Possible “Durchfall“ triggers include bacteria, viruses, parasites, fungus or food poisoning. “Durchfall“ is the opposite of constipation. In a more colloquial context, it can also be used to describe a form of failure like failing a class.

An example of the word “Durchfall“ in a sentence would be: “Er muss wegen Durchfall zuhause bleiben“ (German); “He has to stay home due to diarrhea.“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Religion


noun; English translation “religion“. The word developed from the Latin word religiō for “god-fearing“, “holiness“ or “conscience“. “Religion“ essentially describes a belief-system, based on the belief in a form of higher power or higher truth and practiced by its “believers“ in certain ceremonies or life styles. Each “Religion“ has its own world view and often a form of scripture or rules and prophet that it relies on. Some examples of a “Religion“ are: Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism and Shintoism. Each “Religion“ has its own set of followers and one or more interpretations.

An example of the word “Religion“ in a sentence would be: “Die Staatsreligion des Vereinigten Königreiches ist das Anglikanische Christentum“ (German); “The state religion of the United Kingdom is Anglican Christianity“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Novelle


noun; English translation: “novella“. The word originates from the Italian word novella for “short poem“. A “Novelle“ is a form of literature, a short story about an extraordinary event or person - shorter than a “Roman“ (“novel“), which tells a long story over the span of an entire book. The stories can be either fictional or non-fiction, of any form and genre and usually for the purpose of entertainment.

An example of the word “Novelle“ in a sentence would be: “Die Novelle wird jedes Jahr von vielen Schülern gelesen“ (German); “The novella is read by many students every year“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Held


noun; English translation: “hero“. The word “Held“ usually describes a fictional or non-fictional person who selflessly fights for a good cause or completes a heroic action. A “Held“ is usually associated with strength, speed, persistence or bravery. It is also used to describe the protagonist of a story, a legend or myth.

An example of the word “Held“ in a sentence would be: “Der Held muss den Drachen besiegen“ (German); “The hero must defeat the dragon“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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unverzüglich


adjective; English translation: “immediately“ or “without delay“. “unverzüglich“ describes a time span between two events, which is meant to be very short. The word can have an urgent, demanding connotation. The term is often used in legislations and contracts, describing an indefinite legal definition that requires an action of the debtor. The word is used when no timely deadline can be defined, but must be met as soon as possible.

An example of the word “unverzüglich“ in a sentence would be: “Sie verlangt, dass es unverzüglich geschieht“ (German); “She demands that it is done immediately“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Young professional


noun; this is an English term that was integrated into German. “Young professional“ describes a certain type of person or people group and loosely fits the following profile: younger than forty years old, often single and working as a professional in a non-physical job. Other definitions include “career-drivenness“ and a strong reliance on technology. The word loosely derives from the 80s term “Yuppie“ (young-urban-professional), but has found a new meaning and is still being defined.

An example of the word “Young professional“ in a sentence would be: “Sein Bruder ist einer dieser Young professional“ (German); “His brother is one of these young professionals“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Angst


noun; English translation: “fear“ or “anxiety“. “Angst“ is a term that originates from the Latin word angustus or angustia (English: narrowness, constriction). The German word “Angst“ has been integrated into the English language as well. “Angst“ describes the feeling of fright or worry caused by a real or imaginary threat or danger. “Angst“ can also be used as the word “phobia“ and has numerous categories, such as “Todesangst“ (fear of death), “Höhenangst“ (fear of heights), “Prüfungsangst“ (fear of exams), “Zukunftsangst“ (fear of the future), and many more. Scientists say that “Angst“ and its symptoms have positive, life-preserving purposes, but in its extreme version, “Angst“ can become a chronic disorder that needs to be treated medically.

An example of the word “Angst“ in a sentence would be: “Sie hat Angst vor Spinnen“ (German); “She is afraid of spiders“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Social Media


noun; this is an English term that was integrated into the German language when social media became more popular. “Social Media“ describes digital means of communication, exchange of information and a way of building relationships. “Social Media“ consists of internet platforms such as facebook, twitter, pinterest, instagram, youtube and tumbler that are made for entertainment and encourage their users to share personal information and experiences online and connect with other users. Each platform has different focuses, some are made for photos and videos, while others offer room for discussions and opinions.

An example of the word “Social Media“ in a sentence would be: “Social Media hat viel Einfluss auf die Jugend“ (German); “Social Media has a big influence on the youth“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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Outsourcing


noun; this is an English term that was integrated into the German language recently. “Outsourcing“ is a business term describing the process of splitting a single company’s internal work process into stages and assigns them to external sub-companies. “Outsourcing“ has become a popular business strategy in many different areas of production and service worldwide since the means of mass communication and international collaboration have improved.

An example of the word “Outsourcing“ in a sentence would be: “Outsourcing schafft viele neue Arbeitsplätze“ (German); “Outsourcing creates many new jobs“ (English).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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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 (11. Oktober 2017)

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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).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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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).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)

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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).
 HannaM (11. Oktober 2017)



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