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 Übersetzung für 'Sabbatical' von Englisch nach Deutsch
ADJ   sabbatical | - | -
NOUN   a sabbatical | sabbaticals
SYNO sabbatic | sabbatical | sabbatical leave
sabbaticalStudienurlaub {m}
302
sabbaticalSabbatjahr {n}
44
sabbaticalSabbatical {n}
19
2 Wörter
educ.
research sabbatical [of one semester]
Forschungs­freisemester {n}
sabbatical leaveLangzeiturlaub {m}
sabbatical termForschungs­semester {n}
sabbatical yearSabbatjahr {n}
sabbatical yearUrlaubsjahr {n}
sabbatical yearForschungs­jahr {n}
sabbatical yeardienstfreies Jahr {n}
educ.
summer sabbatical
Sommersabbatical {n}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • She took a sabbatical leave from the BBC in 2006, when she travelled to several Latin American countries, including Bolivia, Colombia, Peru and Argentina.
  • The executive positions within AUSA are one-year sabbatical positions for which any student may stand.
  • From 1970 to 1971 she spent a sabbatical at New York University and acted as adjunct professor for a few years afterward. Another sabbatical brought her to Stanford University in 1977.
  • In late summer 2014, she announced taking a sabbatical in the 2014/15 season for private reasons. In May 2015, it was announced that the sabbatical would be extended indefinitely.
  • may be translated into English to mean sabbatical.

  • The editorship became a full-time, paid sabbatical position in 1972 after a campaign led by the then editor, Paul Vallely, who went on to become the first sabbatical editor.
  • In 1982, he was granted another sabbatical leave from DuPont and worked on catalysis with zeolites at the Institute de Catalyse in Lyon, France.
  • For the academic year 1958–1959 he was on sabbatical.
  • Madeley took a six-month sabbatical from her job at WhizzKids to film the role.
  • On March 25, 2021, Brown released an EP titled "The Sabbatical Suite".

  • Benfey chose to resign from Haverford as his sabbatical year approached.
  • In 1982-1983, Rosenblatt was selected for a sabbatical leave by the Una Chapman Cox Foundation. He devoted his sabbatical to assisting Indochinese refugees.
  • Operation of the Union lies mainly with elected full-time officers called sabbatical officers and appointed staff.
  • St Pat's Students' Union had two sabbatical positions and seven non-sabbatical positions. In 2015, students voted to change the structure of the union.
  • Sabbatical officers (or ‘sabbs’) are normally elected annually, for a one-year term, i.e.

  • "seventh noise", interpreted by scholars to mean The Earthquake of the Sabbatical Year, because the earthquake fell on a sabbatical year, literally "the seventh year" in the Jewish calendar.
  • In a British students' union a sabbatical officer is a full-time paid officer elected by students from their membership.
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