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Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: unconditional

Deutsch Englisch
bedingungslos (Kapitulation, Liebe etc.) unconditional
unbedingt unconditional
unbeschränkt unconditional(ly)
Bedingungslos (ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm aus dem Jahr 2012) Unconditional
unbedingter Sprung unconditional branch
unbedingter Sprung [m} unconditional jump
bedingungslose Kapitulation {f}Femininum (die) unconditional surrender
Nibelungentreue {f}Femininum (die) [geh., fig.] unconditional loyalty
unbedingte Anweisung {f}Femininum (die) unconditional statement
unbedingte Erklärung {f}Femininum (die) unconditional statement
unbedingter Stopp {m}Maskulinum (der) unconditional stop
unbedingter Stop {m}Maskulinum (der) [alte Orthogr.] unconditional stop
unbedingte Verzweigung {f}Femininum (die) [EDV] unconditional branch


As such a man, however, was not of much practical use in the ship, especially as he refused to work except when he pleased, the incredulous captain would fain have been rid of him; but apprised that that individual’s intention was to land him in the first convenient port, the archangel forthwith opened all his seals and vials—devoting the ship and all hands to unconditional perdition, in case this intention was carried out.
For all his old age, and his one arm, and his blind eyes, he must die the death and be murdered, in order to light the gay bridals and other merry-makings of men, and also to illuminate the solemn churches that preach unconditional inoffensiveness by all to all.
But to a large and thorough sweeping comprehension of him, it behooves me now to unbutton him still further, and untagging the points of his hose, unbuckling his garters, and casting loose the hooks and the eyes of the joints of his innermost bones, set him before you in his ultimatum; that is to say, in his unconditional skeleton.
Hurriedly turning, with averted face, he descended into his cabin, leaving the strange captain transfixed at this unconditional and utter rejection of his so earnest suit.
This is what historians of the first class say—those who assume the unconditional transference of the people’s will.
That which is termed "freedom of the will" is essentially the emotion of supremacy in respect to him who must obey: "I am free, 'he' must obey"—this consciousness is inherent in every will; and equally so the straining of the attention, the straight look which fixes itself exclusively on one thing, the unconditional judgment that "this and nothing else is necessary now," the inward certainty that obedience will be rendered—and whatever else pertains to the position of the commander.
I should appear to you perhaps too partial to my passion, were I to attempt the doing his delicacy justice, I shall content myself then with assuring you, that after his flatly refusing the unreserved, unconditional donation that I long persecuted him in vain to accept, it was at length, in obedience to his serious commands (for I stood out unaffectedly, till he exerted the sovereign authority which love had given him over me), that I yielded my consent to waive the remonstrance I did not fail of making strongly to him, against his degrading himself, and incurring the reflection, however unjust, of having, for respects of fortune, bartered his honour for infamy and prostitution, in making one his wife, who thought herself too much honoured in being but his mistress.
Such are the symptoms of sudden revolutions, and of the misfortunes which are sure to befall those generations which abruptly adopt the unconditional freedom of the press.

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