⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'to such an extent' von Englisch nach Deutsch
to such an extent {adv}derart
to such an extent {adv}dermaßen
to such an extent {adv}dergestalt
to such an extent {adv}in solchem Ausmaß
to such an extent that ...so sehr, dass ...
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Already a blessing has been besought of him in prayer, and it was not in vain. To such an extent has he literally ascended to the gods and received a share of their power from him themselves."
  • His River Rouge Plant became the world's largest industrial complex, pursuing vertical integration to such an extent that it could produce its own steel.
  • The later inventions of the vacuum tube and the transistor further accelerated the development of electronics to such an extent that electrical and electronics engineers currently outnumber their colleagues of any other engineering specialty.
  • The whole situation deteriorated to such an extent that the Dutch Government was obliged to decide that no progress could be made before law and order were restored sufficiently to make intercourse between the different parts of Indonesia possible, and to guarantee the safety of people of different political opinions.
  • Moreover, although before each series of tests Head and Rivers would discuss their plan of action, Rivers was careful to vary this order to such an extent during the actual testing that Head would be unable to tell what was coming next.
  • Subsequently, Cicero became synonymous with classical Latin to such an extent that a number of humanist scholars began to assert that no Latin word or phrase should be used unless it appeared in Cicero's works, a stance criticised by Erasmus.
  • If not detected and treated early on, the mite population may increase to such an extent that the hive will succumb to the diseases and deformities caused by the mites.
  • ", more bets are likely to be made for the favorite, possibly to such an extent that there would be very few betters willing to take the underdog.
  • The custom spread through the Continent to such an extent that a renowned imperial general who belonged to a cadet branch of a reigning ducal family, remains best known to history by the generic dynastic title, "Prince Eugene of Savoy".
  • French lost ground to such an extent that it has been estimated that only 2% of the population spoke French fluently and only 8% had some knowledge of it (Maugue, 1970).
  • Modern mathematics formalizes its foundations to such an extent that mathematical theories can be regarded as mathematical objects, and mathematics itself can be regarded as a branch of logic.
  • The Book of Job has been deeply influential in Western culture, to such an extent that no list could be more than representative.
  • It was an inspiration for CryptoParty decades later to such an extent that the "Cypherpunk Manifesto" is quoted at the header of its Wiki, and Eric Hughes delivered the keynote address at the Amsterdam CryptoParty on 27 August 2012.
  • Some sections of a stream or river valleys may have vertically incised their course to such an extent that the valley they occupy is best described as a gorge, ravine, or canyon.
  • The word "tachyon" has become widely recognized to such an extent that it can impart a science-fictional connotation even if the subject in question has no particular relation to superluminal travel (a form of technobabble, akin to "positronic brain").
  • Tipu was said to be enchanted by the item to such an extent that he resolved to introduce its production in his kingdom.
  • It can rise to such an extent as to argue for the secession of Tasmania from the rest of Australia, in an effort to 'recover' Australia's reputation from Tasmania.
  • Marketers capitalized on the style and hipness of punk rock to such an extent that a 1993 ad campaign for an automobile, the Subaru Impreza, claimed that the car was "like punk rock".
  • According to UNFPA, growth to such an extent offers unprecedented challenges and opportunities to all of humanity.
  • In the early 21st century the value of metal rose to such an extent that theft of massive bronze sculpture for the value of the metal became a problem; sculpture worth millions being stolen and melted down for the relatively low value of the metal, a tiny fraction of the value of the artwork.
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