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Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: appropriate

Deutsch Englisch
angebracht {adj.} (angemessen) appropriate
angemessen appropriate
bewilligen (für) (Mittel, Geld) appropriate (for) {v}
eigen appropriate (to)
einschlägig appropriate
entsprechend appropriate
passend (für / zu) (geeignet) appropriate (for / to)
sachgemäß appropriate
sich aneignen appropriate {v}
zukommend appropriate (to)
zeitgemäß appropriate
zugehörend appropriate (to)
zutreffend appropriate
stilgerecht (angemessen) appropriate
richtig (angemessen) appropriate
gemäß (angemessen) appropriate (to)
gemäss [orthogr. schweiz.] (angemessen) appropriate (to)
geeignet (für / zu) appropriate (for / to)
dienlich (angemessen) appropriate
bereitstellen (für) (Mittel, Geld) appropriate (for) {v}
bestimmen (für) (Mittel etc.) appropriate (for) {v}
zuweisen (Geld etc.) appropriate (to) {v}
zuteilen (Geld etc.) appropriate (to) {v}
sachgemäss [schweiz. Orthogr.] appropriate
sachgerecht appropriate
genehmigen (für) (Mittel, Geld) appropriate (for) {v}
reservieren (für) (Mittel etc.) appropriate (for) {v}
verwendbar appropriate
geeignete Schritte {pl}Plural (die) appropriate action
kindgerecht appropriate for children
Rücklagen auflösen [fin.] appropriate reserves {v}
zuständige Behörde appropriate authority
...gerecht (geeignet) appropriate for ...
geeignete Schritte {pl}Plural (die) appropriate steps
geeignete Maßnahmen {pl}Plural (die) appropriate steps
geeignete Massnahmen {pl}Plural (die) [schweiz. Orthogr.] appropriate steps


Beispielsätze

Yes, but what do you suggest as an appropriate costume for that?
Then with a red head of hair, and an appropriate dress, I took my station in the business part of the city, ostensibly as a match-seller but really as a beggar.
Although Gregor wasn't able to hear any news directly he did listen to much of what was said in the next rooms, and whenever he heard anyone speaking he would scurry straight to the appropriate door and press his whole body against it.
But, it being my intention to write a thing which shall be useful to him who apprehends it, it appears to me more appropriate to follow up the real truth of the matter than the imagination of it; for many have pictured republics and principalities which in fact have never been known or seen, because how one lives is so far distant from how one ought to live, that he who neglects what is done for what ought to be done, sooner effects his ruin than his preservation; for a man who wishes to act entirely up to his professions of virtue soon meets with what destroys him among so much that is evil.
Which Farmer-General, carrying an appropriate cane with a golden apple on the top of it, was now among the company in the outer rooms, much prostrated before by mankind—always excepting superior mankind of the blood of Monseigneur, who, his own wife included, looked down upon him with the loftiest contempt.
The chimney jambs and all the bricks inside were very sooty, so that I thought this fire-place made a very appropriate little shrine or chapel for his Congo idol.
Nor Adhere (Against The Soveraign) To Popular Men Secondly, they are to be taught, that they ought not to be led with admiration of the vertue of any of their fellow Subjects, how high soever he stand, nor how conspicuously soever he shine in the Common-wealth; nor of any Assembly, (except the Soveraign Assembly,) so as to deferre to them any obedience, or honour, appropriate to the Soveraign onely, whom (in their particular stations) they represent; nor to receive any influence from them, but such as is conveighed by them from the Soveraign Authority.
That is his appropriate sun.
He, B, enjoyed the distinction of being close to Erin’s uncrowned king in the flesh when the thing occurred on the historic fracas when the fallen leader’s, who notoriously stuck to his guns to the last drop even when clothed in the mantle of adultery, (leader’s) trusty henchmen to the number of ten or a dozen or possibly even more than that penetrated into the printing works of the Insuppressible or no it was United Ireland (a by no means by the by appropriate appellative) and broke up the typecases with hammers or something like that all on account of some scurrilous effusions from the facile pens of the O’Brienite scribes at the usual mudslinging occupation reflecting on the erstwhile tribune’s private morals.
Firstly, oscillation between events of imperial and of local interest, the anticipated diamond jubilee of Queen Victoria (born 1820, acceded 1837) and the posticipated opening of the new municipal fish market: secondly, apprehension of opposition from extreme circles on the questions of the respective visits of Their Royal Highnesses the duke and duchess of York (real) and of His Majesty King Brian Boru (imaginary): thirdly, a conflict between professional etiquette and professional emulation concerning the recent erections of the Grand Lyric Hall on Burgh Quay and the Theatre Royal in Hawkins street: fourthly, distraction resultant from compassion for Nelly Bouverist’s non-intellectual, non-political, non-topical expression of countenance and concupiscence caused by Nelly Bouverist’s revelations of white articles of non-intellectual, non-political, non-topical underclothing while she (Nelly Bouverist) was in the articles: fifthly, the difficulties of the selection of appropriate music and humorous allusions from Everybody’s Book of Jokes (1000 pages and a laugh in every one): sixthly, the rhymes, homophonous and cacophonous, associated with the names of the new lord mayor, Daniel Tallon, the new high sheriff, Thomas Pile and the new solicitorgeneral, Dunbar Plunket Barton.


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