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 Übersetzung für ''n' von Englisch nach Deutsch
unit
nano- {prefix} <n> [10 ^ -9]
Nano- <n>
31
less'n {conj} [regional] [unless]außer
less'n {conj} [regional] [unless]es sei denn, (dass) ...
Substantive
chem.FoodInd.
nitrogen <N> [E-941]
Stickstoff {m} <N>
1082
north <N>Norden {m} <N>
794
meteo.naut.
north <N>
Nord <N> [Himmelsrichtung] [ohne Artikel]
36
jobsnaut.
bos'n [spv. for: bosun] [boatswain]
Bootsmann {m}
26
phys.unit
newton <N>
Newton {n} <N>
23
chem.FoodInd.
nitrogen <N> [E-941]
Nitrogenium {n} <N>
9
biochem.
asparagine <Asn, N> [C4H8N2O3]
Asparagin {n} <Asn, N>
7
dance
[former East German dance, GDR's answer to rock 'n' roll]
Lipsi {m}
ling.print
n [letter]
{n} [Buchstabe]
ling.print
N [letter]
{n} [Buchstabe]
geogr.
N'Djamena
N'Djamena {n}
phys.
neutralino <N͂> [hypothetical elementary particle]
Neutralino {n} <N͂> [hypothetisches Elementarteilchen]
mus.
rhythm'n'blues <R&B, R'n'B, RnB>
Rhythm'n'Blues {m} <R&B, R'n'B, RnB>
mus.
rhythm'n'blues <R&B, R'n'B, RnB>
Rhythm and Blues {m} <R&B, R'n'B, RnB>
2 Wörter: Andere
'n shit [vulg.]und so'n Scheiß [vulg.]
med.pharm.
as needed {adv} <p.r.n., PRN> [pro re nata]
bei Bedarf
n type {adj}n-leitend
n-ary {adj}n-stufig
math.
n-dimensional {adj}
n-dimensional
math.
n-rowed {adj}
n-reihig
biochem.
N-terminal {adj}
N-terminal
no date <n.d.>ohne Datum <o. D.>
acad.publ.
no date {adv} <n.d.> [citation]
ohne Jahresangabe <o. J.> [Literaturangabe]
no risk <N/R, n.r.>ohne Risiko
Internet
no text <N/T> <nt>
ohne (weiteren) Text <oT, owT>
acad.publ.
no year {adv} <n.y.> [of publication]
ohne Jahr <o. J.>
non-consensual {adj} <N/C>nicht einvernehmlich
not applicable {adj} <N/A, n/a, N.A., NA>entfällt [in Formularen]
not applicable {adj} <N/A>nicht zutreffend <n. z.>
not available {adj} <N/A, n/a>nicht erreichbar
not available {adj} <N/A, n/a>nicht verfügbar
electr.tech.
not connected {adj} {past-p} <NC, N.C.>
nicht angeschlossen [nicht verbunden, nicht geschaltet usw.]
not specified <ns, n/s>keine Angabe / Angaben <k. A., KA>
nota bene {adv} <N.B.> [Am.]notabene [geh.] <NB>
med.pharm.
omni nocte {adv} <o.n., on> [at night]
nachts
2 Wörter: Substantive
psych.
affiliative need <n-affiliation, nAff>
Gesellungs­bedürfnis {n}
psych.
affiliative need <n-affiliation, nAff>
Affiliationsbedürfnis {n}
biochem.
amino-terminus <N-terminus>
Amino-Terminus {m} <N-Terminus>
author's note <A/N>Anmerkung {f} des Verfassers <Anm. d. Verf.>
journ.lit.
author's note <A/N>
Anmerkung {f} des Autors
mus.
bellows normal <B.N.>
[Ende des Balgtremolos]
engin.
Buna-N [Am.] [nitrile rubber]
Nitrilkautschuk {m}
tech.
construction number <c/n, CN>
Baunummer {f} <Bau-Nr.>
unit
degree Newton <°N>
Grad {m} {n} Newton <°N>
factory number <F/N>Fabriknummer {f} <FN>
factory number <F/N>Werknummer {f} <WN> [veraltet für: Fabriknummer]
curr.
Lao kip <LAK, ₭, ₭N>
Kip {m} <LAK, ₭, ₭N>
n materialn-leitendes Material {n}
biochem.
N-acetylaspartate <NAA>
N-Acetylaspartat {n} <NAA>
biochem.
N-acetylglucosamine
N-Acetylglucosamin {n}
biochem.chem.
N-benzoylglycine [C9H9NO3]
Hippursäure {f}
chem.
n-butanol [also: 1-butanol] [C4H9OH]
n-Butanol {n} [auch: 1-Butanol]
print
n-dash [spv.] <–>
Halbgeviertstrich {m} <–>
biochem.
N-extein
N-Extein {n}
math.
n-gon
n-Eck {n}
math.
n-gon
N-Eck {n}
biochem.
N-myristoyltransferase
N-Myristoyltransferase {f}
electr.telecom.
n-port [multiport]
n-Tor {n} [Mehrtor]
phys.
N-radiation
N-Strahlung {f}
phys.
N-rays
N-Strahlen {pl}
electr.
N-terminal
N-Klemme {f}
comp.math.
n-tuple
n-Tupel {n}
N-word [euphemism for the use of the word nigger] [Am.] N-Wort {n} [bezieht sich auf das Wort "Nigger" oder "Neger", eine verächtliche Bezeichnung für einen dunkelhäutigen Menschen]
curr.
Namibian dollar <NAD, N$>
Namibia-Dollar {m} <NAD, N$>
publ.
new series <n.s.>
neue Folge {f} <n. F.>
biol.
nitrogen assimilation <N-assimilation>
Stickstoffaufnahme {f}
ecol.
nitrogen conversion <N-conversion>
Stickstoffumsatz {m} <N-Umsatz>
ecol.
nitrogen conversion <N-conversion>
Stickstoffumsetzung {f} <N-Umsetzung>
biol.
nitrogen cycle <N cycle>
Stickstoffzyklus {m}
mus.
no chord <N.C.>
kein Akkord {m} [bes. Popularmusik]
law
nondisclosure agreement <NDA, N.D.A.>
Vertraulichkeitsvereinbarung {f}
chem.tech.
normal solution <N solution>
Normallösung {f}
nota bene <N.B.>Anmerkung {f} <Anm.>
mil.tech.
part number <P/N>
Teilekennzeichen {n} <Tkz, TKZ>
part number <PN, P/N, part no.>Sachnummer {f} <SN, Sach-Nr.>
serial number <S/N>Fertigungs­nummer {f}
serial number <S/N>Seriennummer {f} <S/N>
ind.
serial number <S/N>
Fabrikationsnummer {f} [Seriennummer] <S/N>
shipping note <s/n>Schiffszettel {m}
phys.unit
Stuart number <N>
Stuart-Zahl {f} <N>
3 Wörter: Andere
east by north <EbN, E by N>Ost zu Nord <OzN>
idiom
N for Nelly [Br.]
N wie Nordpol
idiommil.
N for November [NATO phonetic alphabet]
N wie November [NATO-Buchstabiertafel]
math.
n times continuously {adv}
n-mal stetig
math.
n times differentiable {adj}
n-mal differenzierbar
med.
no appreciable disease <n.a.d., NAD>
ohne (krankhaften) Befund <o.B., oB> [Nomenklatur]
no commercial value <NCV, n.c.v.>kein Handelswert
acad.publ.
no date given {adv} <N.D., n.d.>
ohne Jahresangabe <o. J.>
acad.artpubl.
no place given {adv} <N.P., n.p.>
ohne Ortsangabe <o. O.>
acad.artpubl.
no place given <N.P., n.p.> [sine loco] [without place]
sine loco <s. l.> [veraltet] [ohne Ort]
north by east <NbE, N by E>Nord zu Ost <NzO>
north by west <NbW, N by W>Nord zu West <NzW>
northeast by north <NEbN, NE by N>Nordost zu Nord <NOzN>
northwest by north <NWbN, NW by N>Nordwest zu Nord <NWzN>
comm.EUstat.
not elsewhere classified {adj} <n.e.c.> [customs classification]
anderweitig nicht genannt <a. n. g.> [Zolltarifnummern]
idiom
not elsewhere identified {adj} <n.e.i.>
nicht näher bestimmt <n.n.b., NNB>
not otherwise specified <n.o.s.>nicht anderweitig spezifiziert
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Übersetzung für ''n' von Englisch nach Deutsch

nano- {prefix} <n> [10 ^ -9]
Nano- <n>unit
less'n {conj} [regional] [unless]
außer

es sei denn, (dass) ...

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nitrogen <N> [E-941]
Stickstoff {m} <N>chem.FoodInd.

Nitrogenium {n} <N>chem.FoodInd.
north <N>
Norden {m} <N>

Nord <N> [Himmelsrichtung] [ohne Artikel]meteo.naut.
bos'n [spv. for: bosun] [boatswain]
Bootsmann {m}jobsnaut.
newton <N>
Newton {n} <N>phys.unit
asparagine <Asn, N> [C4H8N2O3]
Asparagin {n} <Asn, N>biochem.
[former East German dance, GDR's answer to rock 'n' roll]
Lipsi {m}dance
n [letter]
{n} [Buchstabe]ling.print
N [letter]
{n} [Buchstabe]ling.print
N'Djamena
N'Djamena {n}geogr.
neutralino <N͂> [hypothetical elementary particle]
Neutralino {n} <N͂> [hypothetisches Elementarteilchen]phys.
rhythm'n'blues <R&B, R'n'B, RnB>
Rhythm'n'Blues {m} <R&B, R'n'B, RnB>mus.

Rhythm and Blues {m} <R&B, R'n'B, RnB>mus.

'n shit [vulg.]
und so'n Scheiß [vulg.]
as needed {adv} <p.r.n., PRN> [pro re nata]
bei Bedarfmed.pharm.
n type {adj}
n-leitend
n-ary {adj}
n-stufig
n-dimensional {adj}
n-dimensionalmath.
n-rowed {adj}
n-reihigmath.
N-terminal {adj}
N-terminalbiochem.
no date <n.d.>
ohne Datum <o. D.>
no date {adv} <n.d.> [citation]
ohne Jahresangabe <o. J.> [Literaturangabe]acad.publ.
no risk <N/R, n.r.>
ohne Risiko
no text <N/T> <nt>
ohne (weiteren) Text <oT, owT>Internet
no year {adv} <n.y.> [of publication]
ohne Jahr <o. J.>acad.publ.
non-consensual {adj} <N/C>
nicht einvernehmlich
not applicable {adj} <N/A, n/a, N.A., NA>
entfällt [in Formularen]
not applicable {adj} <N/A>
nicht zutreffend <n. z.>
not available {adj} <N/A, n/a>
nicht erreichbar

nicht verfügbar
not connected {adj} {past-p} <NC, N.C.>
nicht angeschlossen [nicht verbunden, nicht geschaltet usw.]electr.tech.
not specified <ns, n/s>
keine Angabe / Angaben <k. A., KA>
nota bene {adv} <N.B.> [Am.]
notabene [geh.] <NB>
omni nocte {adv} <o.n., on> [at night]
nachtsmed.pharm.

affiliative need <n-affiliation, nAff>
Gesellungs­bedürfnis {n}psych.

Affiliationsbedürfnis {n}psych.
amino-terminus <N-terminus>
Amino-Terminus {m} <N-Terminus>biochem.
author's note <A/N>
Anmerkung {f} des Verfassers <Anm. d. Verf.>

Anmerkung {f} des Autorsjourn.lit.
bellows normal <B.N.>
[Ende des Balgtremolos]mus.
Buna-N [Am.] [nitrile rubber]
Nitrilkautschuk {m}engin.
construction number <c/n, CN>
Baunummer {f} <Bau-Nr.>tech.
degree Newton <°N>
Grad {m} {n} Newton <°N>unit
factory number <F/N>
Fabriknummer {f} <FN>

Werknummer {f} <WN> [veraltet für: Fabriknummer]
Lao kip <LAK, ₭, ₭N>
Kip {m} <LAK, ₭, ₭N>curr.
n material
n-leitendes Material {n}
N-acetylaspartate <NAA>
N-Acetylaspartat {n} <NAA>biochem.
N-acetylglucosamine
N-Acetylglucosamin {n}biochem.
N-benzoylglycine [C9H9NO3]
Hippursäure {f}biochem.chem.
n-butanol [also: 1-butanol] [C4H9OH]
n-Butanol {n} [auch: 1-Butanol]chem.
n-dash [spv.] <–>
Halbgeviertstrich {m} <–>print
N-extein
N-Extein {n}biochem.
n-gon
n-Eck {n}math.

N-Eck {n}math.
N-myristoyltransferase
N-Myristoyltransferase {f}biochem.
n-port [multiport]
n-Tor {n} [Mehrtor]electr.telecom.
N-radiation
N-Strahlung {f}phys.
N-rays
N-Strahlen {pl}phys.
N-terminal
N-Klemme {f}electr.
n-tuple
n-Tupel {n}comp.math.
N-word [euphemism for the use of the word nigger] [Am.]
N-Wort {n} [bezieht sich auf das Wort "Nigger" oder "Neger", eine verächtliche Bezeichnung für einen dunkelhäutigen Menschen]
Namibian dollar <NAD, N$>
Namibia-Dollar {m} <NAD, N$>curr.
new series <n.s.>
neue Folge {f} <n. F.>publ.
nitrogen assimilation <N-assimilation>
Stickstoffaufnahme {f}biol.
nitrogen conversion <N-conversion>
Stickstoffumsatz {m} <N-Umsatz>ecol.

Stickstoffumsetzung {f} <N-Umsetzung>ecol.
nitrogen cycle <N cycle>
Stickstoffzyklus {m}biol.
no chord <N.C.>
kein Akkord {m} [bes. Popularmusik]mus.
nondisclosure agreement <NDA, N.D.A.>
Vertraulichkeitsvereinbarung {f}law
normal solution <N solution>
Normallösung {f}chem.tech.
nota bene <N.B.>
Anmerkung {f} <Anm.>
part number <P/N>
Teilekennzeichen {n} <Tkz, TKZ>mil.tech.
part number <PN, P/N, part no.>
Sachnummer {f} <SN, Sach-Nr.>
serial number <S/N>
Fertigungs­nummer {f}

Seriennummer {f} <S/N>

Fabrikationsnummer {f} [Seriennummer] <S/N>ind.
shipping note <s/n>
Schiffszettel {m}
Stuart number <N>
Stuart-Zahl {f} <N>phys.unit

east by north <EbN, E by N>
Ost zu Nord <OzN>
N for Nelly [Br.]
N wie Nordpolidiom
N for November [NATO phonetic alphabet]
N wie November [NATO-Buchstabiertafel]idiommil.
n times continuously {adv}
n-mal stetigmath.
n times differentiable {adj}
n-mal differenzierbarmath.
no appreciable disease <n.a.d., NAD>
ohne (krankhaften) Befund <o.B., oB> [Nomenklatur]med.
no commercial value <NCV, n.c.v.>
kein Handelswert
no date given {adv} <N.D., n.d.>
ohne Jahresangabe <o. J.>acad.publ.
no place given {adv} <N.P., n.p.>
ohne Ortsangabe <o. O.>acad.artpubl.
no place given <N.P., n.p.> [sine loco] [without place]
sine loco <s. l.> [veraltet] [ohne Ort]acad.artpubl.
north by east <NbE, N by E>
Nord zu Ost <NzO>
north by west <NbW, N by W>
Nord zu West <NzW>
northeast by north <NEbN, NE by N>
Nordost zu Nord <NOzN>
northwest by north <NWbN, NW by N>
Nordwest zu Nord <NWzN>
not elsewhere classified {adj} <n.e.c.> [customs classification]
anderweitig nicht genannt <a. n. g.> [Zolltarifnummern]comm.EUstat.
not elsewhere identified {adj} <n.e.i.>
nicht näher bestimmt <n.n.b., NNB>idiom
not otherwise specified <n.o.s.>
nicht anderweitig spezifiziert
  • nach [+Dat.] <n.> [zeitlich; zur Angabe einer Reihenfolge oder Rangfolge] = after [later in time than; next to and following in order or importance]
  • Stickstoff {m} <N> = nitrogen <N> [E-941]
  • Norden {m} <N> = north <N>
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • For a finite set of cardinality "n", there are "n'n" transformations and ("n"+1)"n" partial transformations.
  • Thus RP"n" can also be formed by identifying antipodal points of the unit "n"-sphere, "S'n", in R"n"+1.
  • On Android devices, holding "n" or "N" down on the keyboard makes entry of "ñ" and "Ñ" possible.
  • Since efficient priority queue data structures require O(log "n") time per insertion, and a tree with "n" leaves has 2"n"−1 nodes, this algorithm operates in O("n" log "n") time, where "n" is the number of symbols.
  • Thus, the number of quadratic residues modulo "n" cannot exceed "n"/2 + 1 ("n" even) or ("n" + 1)/2 ("n" odd).

  • The eight queens puzzle is a special case of the more general "n" queens problem of placing "n" non-attacking queens on an "n"×"n" chessboard. Solutions exist for all natural numbers "n" with the exception of "n" = 2 and "n" = 3. Although the exact number of solutions is only known for "n" ≤ 27, the asymptotic growth rate of the number of solutions is approximately (0.143 "n")"n".
  • "d"("n") = σ0("n") is the number of divisors of "n", including 1 and "n" itself.
  • For odd "n" we have Z2"n" = Z"n" × Z2 and Dih2"n" = Dih"n" × Z2.
  • An "n"-gonal form has 3"n" vertices, 6"n" edges, and 2+3"n" faces: 2 regular "n"-gons, "n" rhombi, and 2"n" triangles.
  • Arithmetic cost (time-complexity): "n"2(2"n" − 1) for sufficiently large "n" or O("n"3).

  • We have Γg(2"n")⊆ Γg("n",2"n") ⊆ Γg("n") where Γg("n") is the subgroup of matrices congruent to the identity modulo "n".
  • It is known that φ("n") = "n" − 1 if and only if "n" is prime. So for every prime number "n", we have φ("n") = "n" − 1 and thus in particular φ("n") divides "n" − 1. D. H. Lehmer conjectured in 1932 that there are no composite numbers with this property.
  • Axial polytopes containing vertices on parallel offset hyperplanes can be represented by the || operator. A uniform prism is {"n"}||{"n"} and antiprism {"n"}||"r"{"n"}.
  • Let C"n" &times; "n" be the "n" &times; "n" matrices with complex entries. A von Neumann algebra M is a self adjoint subalgebra in C"n" &times; "n" such that M contains the identity operator "I" in C"n" &times; "n".
  • In general, for any natural number n, there are n-pointed non-convex regular polygonal stars with Schläfli symbols {"n"/"m"} for all "m" such that "m" < "n"/2 (strictly speaking {"n"/"m"} = {"n"/("n" − "m")}) and "m" and "n" are coprime.

  • For "n" > 0, the subfactorial !"n" equals the nearest integer to "n"!/"e," where "n"! denotes the factorial of "n" and "e" is Euler's number.
  • In the example above the action of GL("n","n") has an open orbit on "M"("n") consisting of invertible matrices. Then we immediately recover SI(Q,("n","n")) = "k"[...].
  • For an arbitrary number of points, "n", "t"3orchard("n") was shown to be (1/6)"n"2 &minus; O(n) in 1974.
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