⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'erudition' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   erudition | -
SYNO encyclopaedism | encyclopedism | eruditeness | ...
eruditionGelehrsamkeit {f} [geh.]
eruditionBelesenheit {f}
eruditionErudition {f} [veraltet]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • António became famous posthumously after the publication of his poetical and ascetic writings, in which he combined erudition with elegance of style.
  • Cochin's own compositions are usually rich, gracious, and speak of a man full of erudition.
  • Some famous English quotations are translations from German. On rare occasions an author will quote the original German as a sign of erudition.
  • He was known for his legal erudition and wide knowledge of legal principles. He died on June 19, 2016.
  • When he was twenty-three years old, he began to publish useful works on the Talmud, in which he displayed vast erudition.
  • Antonia White's translations of Colette's "Claudine" novels were recognised for their elegance and erudition and remain the standard texts today.
  • "Flowers in the Mirror" (completed in 1827) is a novel of fantasy and erudition in 100 chapters.
  • "Geist" could now refer to the quality of intellectual brilliance, to wit, innovation, erudition, etc.
  • Daniel Guérin described Dommanget as "renowned for his tireless erudition".
  • According to Voronezh colleagues, N. V. Kultashev was distinguished by a huge erudition, in addition, he spoke several foreign languages.
  • Museum stands are complemented by numerous engravings and descriptions of tools, so that visitors will be able to increase their historical erudition.
  • For its profundity of erudition, soundness of judgement and its flowing prose, "Abhinavano Rasavichar" is considered an outstanding contribution to Gujarati literature.
  • He was considered an officer of great erudition, and had published various studies on military affairs, including one on the 1897 war with Turkey.
  • Finci's work is based on a combination of erudition, philosophical and aesthetical insights, and personal experience.
  • Jacques Leschassier (or Lechassier) (1550 – 1625) was a French jurist and magistrate, known for his erudition and Gallican views.
  • Colman received his Doctor of Divinity from Oxford University. He was known for his "eloquence, erudition, wit, and judgment".
  • His writings are distinguished by their style, as well as by their profound erudition.
  • The linguistic erudition reflected in these consolidated texts would emerge as a patient study of the 17th century enriched with glossary and copious notes.
  • The works of Andijewska are complex and require erudition from the reader.
  • A polymath ([...]; [...]) Von Wowern lists erudition, literature, philology, philomathy, and polyhistory as synonyms.
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