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 Übersetzung für 'at face' von Englisch nach Deutsch
at face {adv}zum Nennwert
3 Wörter: Andere
at face level {adv}in Kopfhöhe
at face value {adv}zum Nennwert
at face value {adv}für bare Münze
fin.stocks
at face value {adv}
zu pari
fin.stocks
at face value {adv}
zum Nominalwert
mining
at the face {adv}
vor Ort
4 Wörter: Verben
to make a face at sb.jdm. eine Grimasse schneiden
to take sth. at face valueetw.Akk. zum Nennwert nehmen
to take sth. at face value [idiom]etw.Akk. für bare Münze nehmen [Redewendung]
to take sth. at face value [idiom]etw.Akk. unbesehen glauben [ohne zu zögern]
to take sth. at face value [idiom]etw.Akk. kritiklos hinnehmen [einfach glauben]
5+ Wörter: Andere
at the face value of sth. {adv}zum Sichtwert von etw.Dat.
I take that at face value. [idiom]Ich nehme das für bare Münze. [Redewendung]
Teiltreffer
to come face-to-face with the fact that ...vor der Tatsache stehen, dass ...
admin.
face-to-face criticism session [GDR-term]
Aussprache {f} [DDR-Begriff]
to meet sb. face-to-facejdn. persönlich treffen
educ.
face-to-face teaching
Präsenzunterricht {m}
market.
face-to-face {adj} [attr.]
im direkten Gegenüber [nachgestellt]
face-to-face meetingpersönliches Treffen {n}
face-to-face contactGesichtskontakt {m}
educ.
face-to-face learning
Präsenzunterricht {m}
face-to-face interviewpersönliche Befragung {f}
face-to-face contactpersönlicher Kontakt {m}
face-to-face {adj} {adv} <F2F>von Angesicht zu Angesicht [nachgestellt] [geh.]
face-to-face conversationVieraugengespräch {n}
spec.
face-to-face fundraising
Standwerbung {f}
dent.
two-dimensional en-face / en face images
zweidimensionale En-face-Aufnahmen {pl}
face-to-face {adj}(einander) gegenüber
face-to-face {adj}persönlich
bot.T
fox-face / fox face [Solanum mammosum]
Euter-Nachtschatten / Euternachtschatten {m}
bot.T
fox-face / fox face [Solanum mammosum]
Zitzen-Nachtschatten / Zitzennachtschatten {m}
face-to-face communication <f2f, F2F>Face-to-Face-Kommunikation {f} <f2f, F2F>
educ.
face-to-face training <f2f training>
Präsenztraining {n}
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Übersetzung für 'at face' von Englisch nach Deutsch

at face {adv}
zum Nennwert

at face level {adv}
in Kopfhöhe
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at face value {adv}
zum Nennwert

für bare Münze

zu parifin.stocks

zum Nominalwertfin.stocks
at the face {adv}
vor Ortmining

to make a face at sb.
jdm. eine Grimasse schneiden
to take sth. at face value
etw.Akk. zum Nennwert nehmen
to take sth. at face value [idiom]
etw.Akk. für bare Münze nehmen [Redewendung]

etw.Akk. unbesehen glauben [ohne zu zögern]

etw.Akk. kritiklos hinnehmen [einfach glauben]

at the face value of sth. {adv}
zum Sichtwert von etw.Dat.
I take that at face value. [idiom]
Ich nehme das für bare Münze. [Redewendung]

to come face-to-face with the fact that ...
vor der Tatsache stehen, dass ...
face-to-face criticism session [GDR-term]
Aussprache {f} [DDR-Begriff]admin.
to meet sb. face-to-face
jdn. persönlich treffen
face-to-face teaching
Präsenzunterricht {m}educ.
face-to-face {adj} [attr.]
im direkten Gegenüber [nachgestellt]market.
face-to-face meeting
persönliches Treffen {n}
face-to-face contact
Gesichtskontakt {m}

persönlicher Kontakt {m}
face-to-face learning
Präsenzunterricht {m}educ.
face-to-face interview
persönliche Befragung {f}
face-to-face {adj} {adv} <F2F>
von Angesicht zu Angesicht [nachgestellt] [geh.]
face-to-face conversation
Vieraugengespräch {n}
face-to-face fundraising
Standwerbung {f}spec.
two-dimensional en-face / en face images
zweidimensionale En-face-Aufnahmen {pl}dent.
face-to-face {adj}
(einander) gegenüber

persönlich
fox-face / fox face [Solanum mammosum]
Euter-Nachtschatten / Euternachtschatten {m}bot.T

Zitzen-Nachtschatten / Zitzennachtschatten {m}bot.T
face-to-face communication <f2f, F2F>
Face-to-Face-Kommunikation {f} <f2f, F2F>
face-to-face training <f2f training>
Präsenztraining {n}educ.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Aberdeen accepted Russian arguments at face value because he sympathised with Russian interests against French pressure and was not in favour of the Crimean War.
  • These reports may be informative, he says, but a psychologist is not to take them at face value.
  • At face value, the affective lability of BPD and the rapid mood cycling of bipolar disorders can seem very similar.
  • Members earn "Airpoints Dollars", which they can redeem at face value on any fare for flights ticketed and operated by Air New Zealand.
  • Neither the calculations of significance nor the estimated treatment effects can be taken at face value.

  • The idea was that IRB members within the organisation would know these were orders to begin the rising, while men such as MacNeill and the British authorities would take it at face value.
  • Until the 1970s most scholarly writing concerning the Vikings' activities in Ireland, as well as the career of Brian Boru, accepted the claims of "Cogadh Gaedhil re Gallaibh" at face value.
  • When the currency is worn out the issuer buys it back at face value, balancing the revenue received when it was put into circulation without any additional amount for the interest value of what the issuer received.
  • Before and after the Act, silver currency including silver certificates and the silver dollar circulated at face value as fiat currency not redeemable for gold.
  • John Leland writes that the loser of the Dozens is the one who takes his opponent's words at face value, therefore ending his own performance in the back-and-forth exchange.

  • Some silver coins, such as the German €10 commemoratives, are often available at banks and some retailers at face value.
  • and described him as being burdened with a reputation for accepting Bosnian Serb claims of good behavior at face value and overlooking evidence of atrocities against civilians.
  • People could buy the bills at face value, add a first class stamp (at the time 13 cents), and have the combination postmarked to show they were the first day of issue.
  • Jordan's undertakings not to cross partition lines were not taken at face value.
  • However, the more radical critics in this camp have themselves been criticized for focusing overly on British perceptions of thuggee rather than on the historical accuracy of primary source documents, but conclude that "the colonial representation of thuggee cannot be taken at face value".

  • The printing of Puffin stamps continues to this day and they are available at face value from the Lundy Post Office.
  • Numbered cards are scored at face value; face cards, often including the 10, count for one-half a point.
  • Reports of entities described to be dinosaur-like in Africa caused a minor sensation in the mass media, and newspapers in Europe and North America carried many articles on the subject in the early 1910s; some took the reports at face value, while others were more skeptical.
  • Samuel is also treated by the Classical Rabbis as a much more sympathetic character than he appears at face value in the Bible; his annual circuit is explained as being due to his wish to spare people the task of having to journey to him; Samuel is said to have been very rich, taking his entire household with him on the circuit so that he didn't need to impose himself on anyone's hospitality; when Saul fell out of God's favour, Samuel is described as having grieved copiously and having prematurely aged.
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