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 Übersetzung für 'G'day' von Englisch nach Deutsch
G'day! [Aus.] [coll.]Hallo!
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G'day! [Aus.] [coll.]Guten Tag!
G'day! [Aus.] [coll.]Tag auch! [ugs.]
G'day! [Aus.] [coll.]Moin moin! [nordd.]
G'day ya old bastard! [Aus.] [sl.]Hallo, altes Haus! [ugs.]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • In December, when congratulating Boris Johnson for winning the 2019 United Kingdom general election, Morrison asked him to "say g'day to the quiet Britons for us".
  • In 2014, IGA Supermarkets celebrated Australia Day with its new campaign "Say G'day Day" which was supported by the release of a modern version of "G'day G'day".
  • Pioneered in 2004 as G’Day LA, by the Australian Consul General in Los Angeles, John Olsen, G'DAY USA: Australia Week is now arguably the largest single foreign country promotion held annually in the United States, showcasing all things Australian.
  • In 2022, Gracey directed a short film for Tourism Australia, "G'Day", starring Rose Byrne and Will Arnett, with cameos from Hamish Blake & Andy Lee.
  • A group "G" with a partial order is called an ordered group. The set "G"+ of elements ≥ 0 is called the "positive cone" of "G". One says that "G" is unperforated if "k"·"g" ∈ "G"+ implies "g" ∈ "G"+.

  • "Brand New Day" is composed in the key of G major with the chord progression of G-F#m-Em-C-D-G-D in the verses and G-D-G-C in the chorus. The song is written in a slow 4/4 time.
  • The Gotha G.VIII, GL.VIII, G.IX, and G.X were a family of bomber aircraft produced in Germany during the final months of World War I. Based on the Gotha G.VII, they were intended as high-speed tactical bombers featuring advanced streamlining for their day.
  • Thus, the production of ketone bodies cuts the brain's glucose requirement from 80 g per day to about 30 g per day. Of the remaining 30 g requirement, 20 g per day can be produced by the liver from glycerol (itself a product of fat breakdown). This still leaves a deficit of about 10 g of glucose per day that must come from some other source. This deficit is supplied via gluconeogenesis from fatty acid breakdown via acetyl-CoA and the body's own proteins.
  • Pettersson studies were on the metabolism of glucose and fatty acids by kidneys during 6 day hypothermic perfusion storage and he found that the kidneys consumed glucose at 4.4 μmol/g/day and fatty acids at 5.8 μmol/g/day. In Cohen's study the best 8 day stored kidneys consumed glucose at the rate of 2.3 μmol/g/day and 4.9 μmol/g/day respectively which made it likely that they were using fatty acids at similar rates to Pettersson's dogs' kidneys. The constancy of both the glucose consumption rate and the rate of bicarbonate production implied that no injury was affecting the glycolytic enzyme or carbonic anhydrase enzyme systems.
  • Rayne finds an anonymous letter informing her that a G.G.G. officer in Germany has list of the remaining G.G.G. officers. After obtaining the list, she pursues her targets to Castle Gaustadt in Germany to eradicate the G.G.G., and eventually, Jurgen Wulf himself.

  • Ventricular septum defect in infants is initially treated medically with cardiac glycosides (e.g., digoxin 10-20 μg/kg per day), loop diuretics (e.g., furosemide 1–3 mg/kg per day) and ACE inhibitors (e.g., captopril 0.5–2 mg/kg per day).
  • At doses of 0.8–1.5 g/day (50–100 g cocoa), sweating, trembling and severe headaches were noted, with limited mood effects found at 250 mg/day.
  • Taurine has an observed safe level of supplemental intake in normal healthy adults at up to 3 g/day. Using the same level as an approximation for taurate yields a limit of 3.3 g/day for magnesium taurate, or alternatively 300 mg/day for elemental magnesium as taurate.
  • The following aircraft were involved in accidents and incidents while they were with the airline: G-ACAN, G-ACRH, G-ADFI, G-ACZE, G-ACZF, G-ADAH and G-ADDE. See the Fleet List above for details.
  • The 1881 census has Caroline Nicholls staying with Dr. W.G. Grace and his wife Agnes Nicholls Day, her niece, the daughter of William Day jnr., who was also W.G. Grace's first cousin.

  • As an essential nutrient, sodium is involved in numerous cellular and organ functions. Several national health organizations recommend limiting sodium consumption to 2.3 g per day. However, some studies have found that sodium intake that is below 3 g per day (equivalent to about 7.5 g of salt) may increase risk for cardiovascular disease and early death.
  • There are five species which grow in Europe: "G. caricis", "G. cerkesii", "G. cornelii", "G. menieri" and "G. pseudocaricis".
  • After the 5–7 day loading phase, muscle creatine stores are fully saturated and supplementation only needs to cover the amount of creatine broken down per day. This maintenance dose was originally reported to be around 2–3 g/day (or 0.03 g/kg/day), however, some studies have suggested 3–5 g/day maintenance dose to maintain saturated muscle creatine.
  • Related studies: G-445, G-446, G-447, G-452, G-453 and G-454.
  • In the United States, the Adequate Intake (AI) for omega-3 fatty acids is for ALA. It is based on the median intake, and for adults the values are 1.6 g/day for men and 1.1 g/day for women. EPA and DHA contribute about 10 percent of total omega-3 intake. The AI for omega-6 fatty acids is for linoleic acid and is also based on the median intake: 17 g/day for younger men, dropping to 14 g/day for men over 50 years old; for younger women 12 g/d, and 11 g/day for women over 50. Studies have shown that smaller intakes reverse the symptoms of deficiency, but there is inadequate information to set an Estimated Average Requirement (EAR) for either.

  • Many of the above species described in this genus are regarded as synonyms by some authorities ("G. hemifasciatus" with synonyms "G. diporus", "G. knipowitschi" and "G. soldatovi"; "G. retrodorsalis" with synonyms "G. andersoni", "G. esipovi" and "G. taeniatus"; and "G. viridis" with synonyms "G. barsukovi", "G. bilabrus", "G. gracilis", "G. obscurus" and "G. platycephalus").
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