Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: to manifest

bekannt machen
bekanntmachen [alt]
bekunden
beweisen
erscheinen
erweisen
Kundgebungen veranstalten
kundtun
manifestieren
offenbaren
sichtbar werden
zutage treten
veranstalten [pol.] (Kundgebung)


Bespielsätze

At last, however, the narcotic began to manifest its potency; and she fell into a deep sleep.
For a time the girl refused to notice; but her human curiosity presently began to manifest itself by hardly perceptible signs.
But such undercurrents still existed among the people and gathered new forces ready to manifest themselves just as strangely, unexpectedly, and at the same time simply, naturally, and forcibly.
The victory gained did not bring the usual results because the peasants Karp and Vlas (who after the French had evacuated Moscow drove in their carts to pillage the town, and in general personally failed to manifest any heroic feelings), and the whole innumerable multitude of such peasants, did not bring their hay to Moscow for the high price offered them, but burned it instead.
To have continually at one’s side a woman, a daughter, a sister, a charming being, who is there because you need her and because she cannot do without you; to know that we are indispensable to a person who is necessary to us; to be able to incessantly measure one’s affection by the amount of her presence which she bestows on us, and to say to ourselves, “Since she consecrates the whole of her time to me, it is because I possess the whole of her heart”; to behold her thought in lieu of her face; to be able to verify the fidelity of one being amid the eclipse of the world; to regard the rustle of a gown as the sound of wings; to hear her come and go, retire, speak, return, sing, and to think that one is the centre of these steps, of this speech; to manifest at each instant one’s personal attraction; to feel one’s self all the more powerful because of one’s infirmity; to become in one’s obscurity, and through one’s obscurity, the star around which this angel gravitates,—few felicities equal this.
“‘Oh, we shall have the pleasure of waiting upon you,’ answered La Carconte, with an eager attention she was not accustomed to manifest even to guests who paid for what they took.


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Deutsch Englisch
Manifest {n} manifesto
Proklamation {f} (Manifest) declaration
Kommunistisches Manifest {n} Communist Manifesto
manifest {adj} manifest
Grundsatzprogramm {n} [pol.] (Wahlprogramm, Manifest) manifesto
das Kommunistische Manifest [pol.] the Communist Manifesto
Das schwarze Manifest [lit.] Icon [lit.] (Frederick Forsyth)
Das Kobra-Manifest [lit.] The Kobra Manifesto [lit.] (Elleston Trevor)
beweisen to manifest
erscheinen to manifest