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 Übersetzung für 'c m' von Englisch nach Deutsch
relig.
Lazarists [Congregation of the Mission] <C.M.>
Lazaristen {pl}
relig.
Vincentians [Congregation of the Mission] <CM, C.M.>
Vinzentiner {pl}
2 Wörter
chem.
(substance) concentration <c, mol/l, M>
Stoffmengenkonzentration {f} <c, mol/l, M>
3 Wörter
relig.
Clerics Regular Minor <CRM, C.R.M.>
Mindere Regularkleriker {pl}
unit
counts per minute <c/m, c/min, cpm>
Impulse {pl} pro Minute <Ipm, Imp./Min.>
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chem.
amount-of-substance concentration <c, mol/l, M>
Stoffmengenkonzentration {f} <c, mol/l, M>
Teiltreffer
jobstech.
chief constructor <c.c., C.C.>
Chefkonstrukteur {m}
cost, insurance, freight, commission <cifc, c.i.f.c.> Kosten, Versicherung, Fracht und Provision inbegriffen
unit
counts per second <c/s, c/sec, cps>
Impulse {pl} pro Sekunde <Ips, Imp./Sek.>
relig.
Sisters of Christian Charity <SCC, S.C.C.>
Schwestern {pl} der Christlichen Liebe
unit
cycles per second <cps, c/sec, c/s>
Zyklen {pl} pro Sekunde <cps, c/sec, c/s>
mus.
bass C <c0, c> [also: tenor C]
kleines C {n} <c0, c>
mil.
commander-in-chief <C.-in-C., C in C>
Oberbefehlshaber {m}
math.
set of complex numbers <ℂ, C>
Menge {f} der komplexen Zahlen <ℂ, C>
mus.
double top C <c4, c''''>
viergestrichenes C {n} <c4, c''''>
phys.
charm quark <c quark, c>
Charm-Quark {n} <c-Quark, c>
relig.
Church of England <C of E> <CE> <C.E.> <CofE> <COE>
[englische Staatskirche]
mus.
treble C <c2, c''>
zweigestrichenes C {n} <c2, c''>
mus.
top C <c3, c'''>
dreigestrichenes C {n} <c3, c'''>
mus.
middle C <c1, c'>
eingestrichenes C {n} <c1, c'>
mus.
C minor <c, Cm>
c-Moll {n} <c, Cm>
between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m{adv}von 8 Uhr morgens bis 6 Uhr abends
educ.
Master of Engineering <M.Eng., MEng, M.E.>
Master {m} of Engineering <M.Eng., MEng, ME>
chem.
carbon fiber reinforced carbon matrix composites <C/C composites>
kohlenstofffaserverstärkte Kohlenstoffmatrixverbunde {pl}
geogr.spec.
metres above sea level [Br.] <m ASL / m a.s.l.>
Meter {pl} über Adria <m ü. Adria> [Österreich] [m ü. Meeresspiegel]
per cent <%, p/c, pc., p.c.> [Br.]Prozent {n} <%>
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Übersetzung für 'c m' von Englisch nach Deutsch

Lazarists [Congregation of the Mission] <C.M.>
Lazaristen {pl}relig.
Vincentians [Congregation of the Mission] <CM, C.M.>
Vinzentiner {pl}relig.

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(substance) concentration <c, mol/l, M>
Stoffmengenkonzentration {f} <c, mol/l, M>chem.

Clerics Regular Minor <CRM, C.R.M.>
Mindere Regularkleriker {pl}relig.
counts per minute <c/m, c/min, cpm>
Impulse {pl} pro Minute <Ipm, Imp./Min.>unit

amount-of-substance concentration <c, mol/l, M>
Stoffmengenkonzentration {f} <c, mol/l, M>chem.

chief constructor <c.c., C.C.>
Chefkonstrukteur {m}jobstech.
cost, insurance, freight, commission <cifc, c.i.f.c.>
Kosten, Versicherung, Fracht und Provision inbegriffen
counts per second <c/s, c/sec, cps>
Impulse {pl} pro Sekunde <Ips, Imp./Sek.>unit
Sisters of Christian Charity <SCC, S.C.C.>
Schwestern {pl} der Christlichen Lieberelig.
cycles per second <cps, c/sec, c/s>
Zyklen {pl} pro Sekunde <cps, c/sec, c/s>unit
bass C <c0, c> [also: tenor C]
kleines C {n} <c0, c>mus.
commander-in-chief <C.-in-C., C in C>
Oberbefehlshaber {m}mil.
set of complex numbers <ℂ, C>
Menge {f} der komplexen Zahlen <ℂ, C>math.
double top C <c4, c''''>
viergestrichenes C {n} <c4, c''''>mus.
charm quark <c quark, c>
Charm-Quark {n} <c-Quark, c>phys.
Church of England <C of E> <CE> <C.E.> <CofE> <COE>
[englische Staatskirche]relig.
treble C <c2, c''>
zweigestrichenes C {n} <c2, c''>mus.
top C <c3, c'''>
dreigestrichenes C {n} <c3, c'''>mus.
middle C <c1, c'>
eingestrichenes C {n} <c1, c'>mus.
C minor <c, Cm>
c-Moll {n} <c, Cm>mus.
between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. {adv}
von 8 Uhr morgens bis 6 Uhr abends
Master of Engineering <M.Eng., MEng, M.E.>
Master {m} of Engineering <M.Eng., MEng, ME>educ.
carbon fiber reinforced carbon matrix composites <C/C composites>
kohlenstofffaserverstärkte Kohlenstoffmatrixverbunde {pl}chem.
metres above sea level [Br.] <m ASL / m a.s.l.>
Meter {pl} über Adria <m ü. Adria> [Österreich] [m ü. Meeresspiegel]geogr.spec.
per cent <%, p/c, pc., p.c.> [Br.]
Prozent {n} <%>
  • Stoffmengenkonzentration {f} <c, mol/l, M> = (substance) concentration <c, mol/l, M>
  • Stoffmengenkonzentration {f} <c, mol/l, M> = amount-of-substance concentration <c, mol/l, M>
  • cis-Moll {n} <cis, Cism, C♯m> = C sharp minor <C♯ minor>
  • magna cum laude <m. c. l., mcl> = magna cum laude [Am.] <MCL>
  • Candidatus (reverendi) Ministerii {m} <cand. (rev.) min., c.r.m.> [veraltend] = [Lutheran theologian before ordination]
  • Zyklen {pl} pro Sekunde <cps, c/sec, c/s> = cycles per second <cps, c/sec, c/s>
  • meiner Meinung nach <mMn, m.M.n.> = in my opinion <IMO>
  • meiner Meinung nach <mMn, m.M.n.> = the way I see it [coll.]
  • culpa in contrahendo {f} <c.i.c.> = culpa in contrahendo
  • Menge {f} der komplexen Zahlen <ℂ, C> = set of complex numbers <ℂ, C>
  • culpa in contrahendo {f} <c. i. c.> = precontractual liability
  • Meter {pl} über dem Meeresspiegel <M AMSL / M ASL / m a.s.l.> [amtliche Höhenangabe in Großbritannien] = metres above sea level <M AMSL / M ASL / m a.s.l.> [official height in Great Britain]
  • Metronomzahl {f} <M.M.> [Mälzels Metronom] = metronome marking <M.M.>
  • mutatis mutandis [geh.] <m. m.> = mutatis mutandis <m. m.>
  • Meter {pl} über Meer <m ü. M.> [Bezeichnung von Höhen über dem Meeresspiegel in der Schweiz und Liechtenstein] = meters above the sea [Am.]
  • Meter {pl} über Meer <m ü. M.> [Bezeichnung von Höhen über dem Meeresspiegel in der Schweiz und Liechtenstein] = metres above the sea [Br.]
  • in Verbindung mit [+Dat.] <i. Verb. m., i. Vbdg. m., i. V. m.> = in conjunction with
  • eingestrichenes C {n} <c1, c'> = middle C <c1, c'>
  • c-Moll {n} <c, Cm> = C minor <c, Cm>
  • kleines C {n} <c0, c> = tenor C
  • kleines C {n} <c0, c> = bass C <c0, c> [also: tenor C]
  • dreigestrichenes C {n} <c3, c'''> = top C <c3, c'''>
  • viergestrichenes C {n} <c4, c''''> = double top C <c4, c''''>
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • B. C.M., a talented specialist medical hypnotist and hypnotherapist himself, made a deep study of Braid's works and helped to revive and maintain Braid's legacy in Great Britain.
  • "Overstrike" by C. M. Angus features high-functioning schizophrenics with the ability to simultaneously perceive multiple realities.
  • C. M. Manly constructed a water-cooled five-cylinder radial engine in 1901, a conversion of one of Stephen Balzer's rotary engines, for Langley's "Aerodrome" aircraft.
  • Thibodaux residents are zoned to Thibodaux High School. From 1950 until 1968, C.M. Washington High School served as the segregated public school for African Americans in Thibodaux.
  • Thomas Chapel C.M.E. Church is an historic African-American church on Moscow Avenue in Hickman, part of the Colored Methodist Episcopal Church formed by freedmen after the American Civil War.

  • Due to continued declining enrollment, the former S-C, M-T, and neighboring Rockwell–Swaledale school districts entered into a grade-sharing agreement to form the West Fork school partnership in 2008, with the "Warhawks" as the new mascot.
  • The simple table stone is inscribed simply "C. M.
  • Edwin C. M. van den Brink, who notes that similar carved basins have been found at Beit Shemesh and near Modi'in-Maccabim-Re'ut, speculates that they may have been created by repeated grinding and crushing activity, such as the grinding of grain or the crushing of olives.
  • In 1959, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation aired "R.C.M.P."
  • Competitions were held to select the best town planning scheme for the suburb, and the best designs for houses resulted in those being sold at a well-above average £500 and cottages at £375.

  • Alexander's reign was also characterized by a significant breakdown of military discipline.
  • The Weatherly Area School District serves about 800 students.
  • Using one wire for each letter of the alphabet, a message could be transmitted by connecting the wire terminals in turn to an electrostatic machine, and observing the deflection of pith balls at the far end.
  • The tower and chancel were demolished and rebuilt in 1853–55, the new tower also having a broach spire.
  • "Dsungaripterus" was described in 1964 named by Yang Zhongjian.

  • The town was incorporated under the general city and village law in May, 1872.
  • The mooring cable was cut to avert a catastrophic nose-stand by the errant airship which floated upwards.
  • and is used for the lower levels of eventing in the dressage phase, as well as for some pure dressage competitions at lower levels.
  • A number of short stories remained unfinished at Kornbluth's death; these were eventually completed and published by Pohl.
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