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 Übersetzung für 'Q&S' von Englisch nach Deutsch
med.
subcutaneous {adj} <sub-Q>
subkutan
33
unit
quecto- {prefix} <q> [10 ^ -30]
Quecto- <q>
unit
quetta- {prefix} <Q> [10 ^ 30]
Quetta- <Q>
Substantive
meteo.naut.
squall <q>
Sturmbö {f}
165
biochem.
glutamine <Gln, Q> [C5H10N2O3]
Glutamin {n} <Gln, Q>
10
ling.print
q [letter]
{n} [Buchstabe]
ling.print
Q [letter]
{n} [Buchstabe]
bibl.spec.
Q [sayings­ source] [synoptic problem]
Logienquelle {f} [synoptische Frage]
spec.unit
quad <quad, Q> [quadrillion BTU]
Quad {n} <quad> [Maßeinheit der Energie im englischsprachigen Raum, 1 quad = 1 Billiarde BTU = ca. 1,055 EJ]
name
Quintus <Q.>
Quintus {m} <Q.>
2 Wörter: Andere
med.pharm.
every hour {adv} <q.h., qh> [quaque hora]
stündlich <stdl., qh>
QM
quality-relevant {adj} <Q-relevant>
qualitätsrelevant <Q-relevant>
pharm.
quantum libet {adv} <qu. l.; q. l.; QL> [as much as you please]
nach Belieben
pharm.
quantum libet {adv} <qu. l.; q. l.; QL> [as much as you please]
so viel beliebt
pharm.
quantum satis {adv} <q. s.; QS> [the amount which is needed]
genügend viel
pharm.
quantum satis {adv} <q. s.; QS> [the amount which is needed]
in ausreichender Menge [genügend viel]
pharm.
quantum vis {adv} <q. v.; QV> [as much as you please]
nach Belieben
pharm.
quantum vis {adv} <q. v.; QV> [as much as you please]
so viel beliebt
which see <q.v.>siehe dort <s. d.>
2 Wörter: Substantive
audio
(acoustic) flux <q>
Schallfluss {m} <q>
econ.
first quarter <Q1, Q-1>
erstes Quartal {n}
stat.
first quartile <Q1, Q-1>
erstes Quartil {n} <Q1>
econ.
fourth quarter <Q4, Q-4>
viertes Quartal {n}
stat.
fourth quartile <Q4, Q-4>
viertes Quartil {n} <Q4>
econ.QMtech.
Q acceptance [coll.] [quality acceptance]
Q-Abnahme {f} [ugs.] [Qualitätsabnahme]
aviat.naut.telecom.
Q code [standardized three-letter message encoding]
Q-Gruppe {f}
relig.
Q document
Logienquelle {f} Q
phys.
Q factor
Güte {f}
med.
Q fever
Krim-Fieber {n}
med.
Q fever
Kretafieber {n}
med.
Q fever
Balkanfieber {n}
med.
Q fever
Query-Fieber {n}
med.
Q fever
Balkan-Grippe {f}
med.
Q fever
Pneumorickettsiose {f}
mil.naut.
Q-boat
U-Boot-Falle {f}
phys.
Q-branch
Q-Zweig {m}
automot.
Q-car [Br.] [also: q-car] [sleeper car]
Wolf {m} im Schafspelz [fig.] [von außen unscheinbar wirkendes, leistungs­starkes Auto]
biochem.
Q-cycle
Q-Zyklus {m}
phys.
Q-factor
Gütefaktor {m}
med.VetMed.
Q-fever
Q-Fieber {n}
med.VetMed.
Q-fever
Euboea-Fieber {n} [selten] [Q-Fieber]
med.VetMed.
Q-fever
Euböa-Fieber {n} [selten] [Q-Fieber]
constr.
Q-mesh [reinforcing sheet with square mesh openings­]
Q-Matte {f} [Betonstahlmatte mit quadratischen Maschenweiten]
electr.
Q-point [operating point of a device]
Arbeitspunkt {m}
electr.
Q-point [operating point of a device]
Betriebspunkt {m}
electr.
Q-point [operating point of a device]
Betriebszustand {m} [Arbeitspunkt, Betriebspunkt]
opticsphys.tech.
Q-switch [also: Q switch]
Q-Switch {m}
opticsphys.tech.
Q-switch [also: Q switch]
Güteschalter {m}
cosmet.
Q-tip [Am.] [coll.] [generic term] [Q-tips®]
Wattestäbchen {n}
cosmet.
Q-tip [coll.] [generic term] [Q-tips®]
Ohrenstäbchen {n}
cosmet.
Q-tips® [Am.] [often used as a genericized trademark for cotton swabs]
Wattestäbchen {pl}
nucl.
Q-value [reaction energy]
Q-Wert {m} [Energiebeitrag]
Q&A session [coll.] [question-and-answer session, e.g. at a press conference] Frage-Antwort-Runde {f} [z. B. bei einer Pressekonferenz]
QM
quality coach <Q-coach>
Qualitätscoach {m} <Q-Coach>
econ.jobsQM
quality employee <Q employee, Q empl.>
Qualitätsmitarbeiter {m} <Q-Mitarbeiter, Q-MA>
quality factor <Q, QF>Bewertungs­faktor {m}
MedTech.phys.
quality factor <Q>
Qualitätsfaktor {m} <Q>
comp.ind.QM
quality gate <Q-gate>
Qualitäts-Gate {n} <Q-Gate>
econ.QM
quality inspection <Q inspection>
Qualitätsinspektion {f} <Q-Inspektion>
econ.jobs
quality manager <Q manager>
Qualitätslenker {m}
phys.
quantum number <q-number>
Quantenzahl {f} <q-Zahl>
med.VetMed.
Queensland fever <Q fever>
Queenslandfieber {n} <Q-Fieber>
tech.
quenching pipe <Q-pipe>
Quenching-Rohr {n} <Q-Rohr>
math.
Robinson arithmetic <Q> [also Robinson's arithmetic]
Robinson-Arithmetik {f} <Q>
econ.
second quarter <Q2, Q-2>
zweites Quartal {n}
stat.
second quartile <Q2, Q-2>
zweites Quartil {n} <Q2>
specific humidity <s, q, x>spezifische Luftfeuchtigkeit {f} <s, q, x>
econ.
third quarter <Q3, Q-3>
drittes Quartal {n}
stat.
third quartile <Q3, Q-3>
drittes Quartil {n} <Q3>
3 Wörter: Andere
pharm.
every 2 hours {adv} <q2h> <q.2h.>
jede 2. Stunde
med.pharm.
every 3 hours {adv} <q3h> <q.3h.>
alle 3 Stunden
pharm.
every other day {adv} <q.o.d., qod, QOD>
jeden 2. Tag
pharm.
every other hour {adv} <q.o.h., qoh, QOH>
jede 2. Stunde
free of quay <f.o.q.>frei auf den Kai
med.pharm.
once a day {adv} <q.d.> <qd> [quaque die]
(1x) täglich
math.
p implies q
aus p folgt q
idiommil.
Q for Quebec [NATO phonetic alphabet]
Q wie Quebec [NATO-Buchstabiertafel]
idiom
Q for Queenie [Br.]
Q wie Quelle
pharm.
quantum placeat / placet {adv} <qu. p.; q. p.; QP> [as much as wanted]
nach Belieben
pharm.
quantum placeat / placet {adv} <qu. p.; q. p.; QP> [as much as wanted]
so viel beliebt
quod erat demonstrandum <Q.E.D.> [which was to be proven]was zu beweisen war <w. z. b. w.>
quod erat demonstrandum <Q.E.D.> [which was to be proven] quod erat demonstrandum <q. e. d.> [was zu beweisen war]
3 Wörter: Substantive
fair average quality <f.a.q.>Durchschnittsware {f}
fair average quality <f.a.q>Durchschnittsqualität {f}
math.
Hofstadter Q sequence
Hofstadters Q-Folge {f}
John Q. Public [Am.]Max Mustermann {m}
John Q. Public [Am.]Hans Meier {m} [schweiz.]
John Q. Public [Am.] [coll.]Otto Normalverbraucher {m} [ugs.]
ling.
Q-Celtic languages
q-keltische Sprachen {pl}
quality and safety <Q&S>Qualität und Sicherheit <Q&S, Q & S>
questions and answers <Q&A>Fragen {pl} und Antworten <F & A, F&A>
bibl.
Sayings­ Source (Q)
Logienquelle (Q) {f}
audio
sound energy flux <q>
Schallfluss {m} <q>
med.
sub Q air [subcutaneous emphysema]
subkutanes Emphysem {n}
econ.
Tobin's q (ratio) [also: Q]
tobinsches Q {n}
econ.
Tobin's q (ratio) [Also: Q]
Tobin's Q {n} {m}
econ.
Tobin's q (ratio) [also: Q]
Tobinsches Q {n} [alt]
econ.
Tobin's q (ratio) [also: Q]
tobinscher Quotient {m} <tobinscher Q>
econ.
Tobin's q (ratio) [also: Q]
Tobin'scher Quotient {m} <Tobin'scher Q>
econ.
Tobin's q (ratio) [also: Q]
Tobinscher Quotient {m} [alt] <Tobinscher Q>
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Übersetzung für 'Q&S' von Englisch nach Deutsch

subcutaneous {adj} <sub-Q>
subkutanmed.
quecto- {prefix} <q> [10 ^ -30]
Quecto- <q>unit
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quetta- {prefix} <Q> [10 ^ 30]
Quetta- <Q>unit

squall <q>
Sturmbö {f}meteo.naut.
glutamine <Gln, Q> [C5H10N2O3]
Glutamin {n} <Gln, Q>biochem.
q [letter]
{n} [Buchstabe]ling.print
Q [letter]
{n} [Buchstabe]ling.print
Q [sayings­ source] [synoptic problem]
Logienquelle {f} [synoptische Frage]bibl.spec.
quad <quad, Q> [quadrillion BTU]
Quad {n} <quad> [Maßeinheit der Energie im englischsprachigen Raum, 1 quad = 1 Billiarde BTU = ca. 1,055 EJ]spec.unit
Quintus <Q.>
Quintus {m} <Q.>name

every hour {adv} <q.h., qh> [quaque hora]
stündlich <stdl., qh>med.pharm.
quality-relevant {adj} <Q-relevant>
qualitätsrelevant <Q-relevant>QM
quantum libet {adv} <qu. l.; q. l.; QL> [as much as you please]
nach Beliebenpharm.

so viel beliebtpharm.
quantum satis {adv} <q. s.; QS> [the amount which is needed]
genügend vielpharm.

in ausreichender Menge [genügend viel]pharm.
quantum vis {adv} <q. v.; QV> [as much as you please]
nach Beliebenpharm.

so viel beliebtpharm.
which see <q.v.>
siehe dort <s. d.>

(acoustic) flux <q>
Schallfluss {m} <q>audio
first quarter <Q1, Q-1>
erstes Quartal {n}econ.
first quartile <Q1, Q-1>
erstes Quartil {n} <Q1>stat.
fourth quarter <Q4, Q-4>
viertes Quartal {n}econ.
fourth quartile <Q4, Q-4>
viertes Quartil {n} <Q4>stat.
Q acceptance [coll.] [quality acceptance]
Q-Abnahme {f} [ugs.] [Qualitätsabnahme]econ.QMtech.
Q code [standardized three-letter message encoding]
Q-Gruppe {f}aviat.naut.telecom.
Q document
Logienquelle {f} Qrelig.
Q factor
Güte {f}phys.
Q fever
Krim-Fieber {n}med.

Kretafieber {n}med.

Balkanfieber {n}med.

Query-Fieber {n}med.

Balkan-Grippe {f}med.

Pneumorickettsiose {f}med.
Q-boat
U-Boot-Falle {f}mil.naut.
Q-branch
Q-Zweig {m}phys.
Q-car [Br.] [also: q-car] [sleeper car]
Wolf {m} im Schafspelz [fig.] [von außen unscheinbar wirkendes, leistungs­starkes Auto]automot.
Q-cycle
Q-Zyklus {m}biochem.
Q-factor
Gütefaktor {m}phys.
Q-fever
Q-Fieber {n}med.VetMed.

Euboea-Fieber {n} [selten] [Q-Fieber]med.VetMed.

Euböa-Fieber {n} [selten] [Q-Fieber]med.VetMed.
Q-mesh [reinforcing sheet with square mesh openings­]
Q-Matte {f} [Betonstahlmatte mit quadratischen Maschenweiten]constr.
Q-point [operating point of a device]
Arbeitspunkt {m}electr.

Betriebspunkt {m}electr.

Betriebszustand {m} [Arbeitspunkt, Betriebspunkt]electr.
Q-switch [also: Q switch]
Q-Switch {m}opticsphys.tech.

Güteschalter {m}opticsphys.tech.
Q-tip [Am.] [coll.] [generic term] [Q-tips®]
Wattestäbchen {n}cosmet.
Q-tip [coll.] [generic term] [Q-tips®]
Ohrenstäbchen {n}cosmet.
Q-tips® [Am.] [often used as a genericized trademark for cotton swabs]
Wattestäbchen {pl}cosmet.
Q-value [reaction energy]
Q-Wert {m} [Energiebeitrag]nucl.
Q&A session [coll.] [question-and-answer session, e.g. at a press conference]
Frage-Antwort-Runde {f} [z. B. bei einer Pressekonferenz]
quality coach <Q-coach>
Qualitätscoach {m} <Q-Coach>QM
quality employee <Q employee, Q empl.>
Qualitätsmitarbeiter {m} <Q-Mitarbeiter, Q-MA>econ.jobsQM
quality factor <Q, QF>
Bewertungs­faktor {m}
quality factor <Q>
Qualitätsfaktor {m} <Q>MedTech.phys.
quality gate <Q-gate>
Qualitäts-Gate {n} <Q-Gate>comp.ind.QM
quality inspection <Q inspection>
Qualitätsinspektion {f} <Q-Inspektion>econ.QM
quality manager <Q manager>
Qualitätslenker {m}econ.jobs
quantum number <q-number>
Quantenzahl {f} <q-Zahl>phys.
Queensland fever <Q fever>
Queenslandfieber {n} <Q-Fieber>med.VetMed.
quenching pipe <Q-pipe>
Quenching-Rohr {n} <Q-Rohr>tech.
Robinson arithmetic <Q> [also Robinson's arithmetic]
Robinson-Arithmetik {f} <Q>math.
second quarter <Q2, Q-2>
zweites Quartal {n}econ.
second quartile <Q2, Q-2>
zweites Quartil {n} <Q2>stat.
specific humidity <s, q, x>
spezifische Luftfeuchtigkeit {f} <s, q, x>
third quarter <Q3, Q-3>
drittes Quartal {n}econ.
third quartile <Q3, Q-3>
drittes Quartil {n} <Q3>stat.

every 2 hours {adv} <q2h> <q.2h.>
jede 2. Stundepharm.
every 3 hours {adv} <q3h> <q.3h.>
alle 3 Stundenmed.pharm.
every other day {adv} <q.o.d., qod, QOD>
jeden 2. Tagpharm.
every other hour {adv} <q.o.h., qoh, QOH>
jede 2. Stundepharm.
free of quay <f.o.q.>
frei auf den Kai
once a day {adv} <q.d.> <qd> [quaque die]
(1x) täglichmed.pharm.
p implies q
aus p folgt qmath.
Q for Quebec [NATO phonetic alphabet]
Q wie Quebec [NATO-Buchstabiertafel]idiommil.
Q for Queenie [Br.]
Q wie Quelleidiom
quantum placeat / placet {adv} <qu. p.; q. p.; QP> [as much as wanted]
nach Beliebenpharm.

so viel beliebtpharm.
quod erat demonstrandum <Q.E.D.> [which was to be proven]
was zu beweisen war <w. z. b. w.>

quod erat demonstrandum <q. e. d.> [was zu beweisen war]

fair average quality <f.a.q.>
Durchschnittsware {f}
fair average quality <f.a.q>
Durchschnittsqualität {f}
Hofstadter Q sequence
Hofstadters Q-Folge {f}math.
John Q. Public [Am.]
Max Mustermann {m}

Hans Meier {m} [schweiz.]
John Q. Public [Am.] [coll.]
Otto Normalverbraucher {m} [ugs.]
Q-Celtic languages
q-keltische Sprachen {pl}ling.
quality and safety <Q&S>
Qualität und Sicherheit <Q&S, Q & S>
questions and answers <Q&A>
Fragen {pl} und Antworten <F & A, F&A>
Sayings­ Source (Q)
Logienquelle (Q) {f}bibl.
sound energy flux <q>
Schallfluss {m} <q>audio
sub Q air [subcutaneous emphysema]
subkutanes Emphysem {n}med.
Tobin's q (ratio) [also: Q]
tobinsches Q {n}econ.

Tobinsches Q {n} [alt]econ.

tobinscher Quotient {m} <tobinscher Q>econ.

Tobin'scher Quotient {m} <Tobin'scher Q>econ.

Tobinscher Quotient {m} [alt] <Tobinscher Q>econ.
Tobin's q (ratio) [Also: Q]
Tobin's Q {n} {m}econ.
  • Glutamin {n} <Gln, Q> = glutamine <Gln, Q> [C5H10N2O3]
  • qualitätsrelevant <Q-relevant> = quality-relevant <Q-relevant>
  • Quecto- <q> = quecto- <q> [10 ^ -30]
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • There is at least one known hybrid involving "Q. hemisphaerica" which is with "Q. laevis" ("Q. × mellichampii" Trel.).
  • For prime "q", "q"# denotes the primorial 2·3·5·7·...·"q".
  • Releases on CD include Sinfonietta op. 66 (Q Disc Q 97006) and several chamber music compositions (Q Disc Q 87023). On the occasion of his 100th birthday the CD Géza Frid - Choral Works was released (Hungaroton Classic, HCD 32362).
  • The BRST operator is a supersymmetry. It generates the Lie superalgebra with a zero-dimensional even part and a one-dimensional odd part spanned by "Q". "Q", "Q") = {"Q", "Q"} = 0 where , ) is the Lie superbracket (i.e. "Q"2 = 0). This means "Q" acts as an antiderivation.
  • The compositions are used to classify relations according to type: for a relation "Q", when the identity relation on the range of "Q" contains "Q"T"Q", then "Q" is called "univalent". When the identity relation on the domain of "Q" is contained in "Q Q"T, then "Q" is called "total". When "Q" is both univalent and total then it is a "function". When "Q"T is univalent, then "Q" is termed "injective". When "Q"T is total, Q is termed "surjective".

  • The q-integral is a Riemann–Stieltjes integral with respect to a step function having infinitely many points of increase at the points "q'j", with the jump at the point "q'j" being "q'j". If we call this step function "g'q"("t") then "dg'q"("t") = "d'q't".
  • The base SCCP specification is defined by the ITU-T, in recommendations Q.711 to Q.714, with additional information to implementors provided by Q.715 and Q.716.
  • But if the "q'ij" satisfy the Plücker relation "q"23+"q"02"q"31+"q"03"q"12 = 0, then "p'23" = "q'23", completing the set of identities.
  • Examples that normally have a low Q factor include door closers (Q=0.5). Systems with high Q factors include tuning forks (Q=1000), atomic clocks and lasers (Q≈1011).
  • More generally, let "q" be a positive integer, and let "G" be the complete bipartite graph "K'q","q'q". Let the available colors be represented by the "q"2 different two-digit numbers in radix "q".

  • In addition are those who have committed serious criminal offenses against other human beings: the murder of a believer (Q.4:93, 3:21), usury (Q.2:275), devouring the property of an orphan (Q.4:10), slander (Q.104), particularly of a chaste woman (Q.24:23).
  • The larvae feed on "Quercus" species (including "Q. dentata", "Q. serrata", "Q. mongolica", "Q. acutissima", "Q. alinea" and "Q. variabilis"), as well as "Cyclobalanospsis glauca". The larva of the first instar bores into the bud. Later intars feed on flowers and fresh leaves. Pupation takes place inside a shelter which the larva nibble out of the bark.
  • "Theorem": In PG(2,"q") with "q" even, there exists a projective triad of side ("q" + 2)/2 which is a blocking set of size (3"q" + 2)/2.
  • The larvae feed on "Quercus" species, including "Q. palustris", "Q. marilandica" and "Q. rubra". They mine the leaves of their host plant.
  • The simplest case occurs when an OR formula becomes one its own inputs e.g. p = q. Begin with (p &or; s) = q, then let p = q. Observe that q's "definition" depends on itself "q" as well as on "s" and the OR connective; this definition of q is thus impredicative.

  • However, many other types of hyperovals of PG(2, "q") can be found if "q" > 8. Hyperovals of PG(2, "q") for "q" even have only been classified for "q" < 64 to date.
  • If "q" = e2πiτ, then "q"&minus;1/60"G"("q") and "q"11/60"H"("q") are modular functions of τ.
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