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 Übersetzung für 'To be fair' von Englisch nach Deutsch
To be fair, ...Um fair zu sein, ...
Teiltreffer
to be fair {adv}fairerweise
to be considered fair gamefür vogelfrei gehalten werden [fig.]
to be fair with sb.jdn. anständig / gerecht behandeln
fair to middling {adj}eher mittelprächtig
to go to the fairauf den Rummelplatz gehen
fair to middling {adv} [coll.]so lala [ugs.] [einigermaßen]
comm.
visitor to a fair
Messebesucher {m}
comm.
visitors to the fair
Messebesucher {pl}
It is fair to say ...Man kann durchaus sagen, ...
ungeprüft Fair's fair, it was your idea after all. [coll.] [idiom]Du musst (fairerweise) zugeben, es war deine Idee.
It's fair to say (that) ...Es ist nicht übertrieben, wenn ich sage, dass ...
Fair play to you! [esp. Irish]Alle Achtung!
It's fair to say (that) ...Man kann wohl sagen, dass ...
Fair's fair. [coll.] [idiom]Gerechtigkeit muss sein.
Fair's fair. [coll.] [idiom]Wir wollen doch fair bleiben.
We would be honoured if you would visit us at the fair. [Br.] Bitte beehren Sie uns mit einem Besuch auf der Messe. [geh.]
If you want to do that, fair enough, but ... [said to two or more people]Wenn ihr das tun wollt, meinetwegen, aber ...
to not be the be-all and end-all of / in / to sth. [idiom] [the best solution for sth.] nicht der Weisheit letzter Schluss in Sachen etw.Nom. sein [Redewendung]
To be continued. <To be contd., tbc, TBC>Fortsetzung folgt. <Forts. f., F.f.>
...-to-be {adj}angehende
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The judge ruled in favor of the filmmakers, declaring the use of the name in the film to be fair use.
  • Cases in which a satirical use was found to be fair include "Blanch v. Koons" and "Williams v. Columbia Broadcasting Systems".
  • In the movie they seem to be fair earthy creatures and about the same size and height as trolls.
  • Although it was characterized by what seems to be fair compensation and mutual respect, Feld suggests that Simon shouldn't be able to claim complete ownership of the music.
  • The condition of the properties was considered to be fair.

  • Rowland claimed that "Island of the Lizard King" "seemed to contain more monsters and less traps than others in the series, and most of the traps seemed to be fair", concluding that this was "probably the toughest adventure of this series, since few options allow the adventurer to avoid a fight".
  • This is sometimes seen at casinos running limited-time incentives, in jurisdictions or gaming houses that require the game to be fair, or in layouts for use in informal settings using play money.
  • Notably, Gallup reported that 64 percent of the demographic group including all draft age men (males 21 to 29) believed the draft to be fair.
  • A 2018 survey by the Institute for Economics and Peace reported that less than 15% of respondents considered elections to be fair.
  • This section describes some of the uses of copyrighted software that courts have held to be fair.

  • The selection process of the subject is supposed to be fair and not separate due to race, sexual orientation or ethnic group.
  • Trueman might have expected that eleven-wicket haul at Bramall Lane to firmly establish his place in the Yorkshire first-team but his immediate reward was to be rested and given twelfth man duties with the Second XI, who were playing against Lincolnshire at Cleethorpes Sports Ground. To be fair to Yorkshire, the teams for the subsequent first and second XI matches had already been chosen before he took his eight for 68.
  • Mosse charmed his students by mingling critical skepticism with humor, irony, and empathy; but they also admired the way he applied his historical knowledge to contemporary issues, attempting to be fair to opposing views while remaining true to his own principles.
  • Even editorial comment has its responsibilities: "It is well to be frank; it is even better to be fair".
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