⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'taking up' von Englisch nach Deutsch
taking upaufgreifend
taking up [commencement]Aufnahme {f} [Beginn]
taking up of arms
Rüstung {f} [das Aufrüsten, sich Bewaffnen, Mobilisieren]
taking up of capitalKapitalaufnahme {f}
Ordinance on the Admission of Foreigners for the Purpose of Taking up Employment
Verordnung {f} über die Zulassung von neueinreisenden Ausländern zur Ausübung einer Beschäftigung
taking up of a loanDarlehensaufnahme {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • In January 1966, "Loot" was revived, with Oscar Lewenstein taking up an option.
  • Major has also pursued a variety of business interests, taking up appointments as Senior Adviser to Credit Suisse, Global Adviser to AECOM, Chairman of the International Advisory Board of the National Bank of Kuwait, and Chairman of the European Advisory Council of the Emerson Electric Company.
  • Composed of stories taking up over sixty pages, the book was generally well received, but "El jardín de senderos que se bifurcan" failed to garner for him the literary prizes many in his circle expected.
  • He had probably written his two important stage works before taking up his new office.
  • A lot of corruption from Government enterprises taking up debt and getting bailed out from the government.
  • The first university course on the subject was established at the University of Oxford in 1869, with Maine taking up the position of professor.
  • Starch granules are very common in chloroplasts, typically taking up 15% of the organelle's volume, though in some other plastids like amyloplasts, they can be big enough to distort the shape of the organelle.
  • Alma is the longest book in the Book of Mormon and consists of sixty-three chapters, taking up almost a third of the volume.
  • If amino acids are present in the environment, microorganisms can conserve energy by taking up the amino acids from their surroundings and downregulating their biosynthetic pathways.
  • In adapting Blake's poem as a unison song, Parry deployed a two-stanza format, each taking up eight lines of Blake's original poem.
  • He originally attended Agricultural school before taking up an apprenticeship with the Bavarian State Police.
  • After taking Nanking, the Japanese Army was doubtful about its ability to advance up the Yangtze river valley, and favoured taking up a German offer of mediation to end the war with China.
  • Further support for these resting positions is given from experiments watching captive moths taking up resting positions in both males (Mikkola, 1979; 1984) and females (Liebert and Brakefield, 1987).
  • There is a greenhouse taking up more than [...] of land.
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