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 Übersetzung für 'e business' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   e-business | e-businesses
e-businessE-Business {n}
Teiltreffer
Errors and omissions excepted / excluded. <E.&O.E., E&OE> Irrtümer und Auslassungen vorbehalten. <s. e. e. o., s. e. et o., S. E. & O.> [salvo errore et omissione]
Error and omission excepted / excluded. <E.&O.E., E&OE> Irrtum und Auslassung vorbehalten. <s. e. e. o., s. e. et o., S. E. & O.> [salvo errore et omissione]
errors excepted <E.E., e.e.>Irrtümer vorbehalten
first edition <FE, F/E, 1E, 1/e>Erstausgabe {f} <EA>
comm.
errors and omissions excepted <E. & O. E.>
Irrtümer und Auslassungen vorbehalten
e-fit / E-fit (picture) [after: Electronic Facial Identification Technique] [esp. Br.]digitales Fahndungs­foto {n}
relig.
Church of England <C of E> <CE> <C.E.> <CofE> <COE>
[englische Staatskirche]
biochem.
immunoglobulin E <Ig E>
Immunoglobulin E {n} <Ig E>
mus.
E minor <e, Em>
e-Moll {n} <e, Em>
med.
accidents and emergencies [Br.] <A & E, A&E> [department]
Notaufnahme {f} [Abteilung im Krankenhaus]
mus.
E major <E>
E-Dur {n} <E>
materialtech.unit
E-modulus <E>
E-Modul {m} <E> [kurz für: Elastizitätsmodul]
mus.
E sharp <E♯>
Eis {n} <E♯> [Ton]
mus.
E flat <E♭>
Es {n} <E♭> [Ton]
chem.
enantiomeric excess <ee, e.e., EE>
Enantiomerenüberschuss {m} <EÜ>
fin.
over-the-counter business [esp. Am.] <OTC business>
Tafelgeschäft {n}
phys.
electron-electron-hole process <e-e-h process>
Elektron-Elektron-Loch-Prozess {m} <e-e-h-Prozess>
mus.
E sharp minor <E♯ minor>
eis-Moll {n} <eis, Eism, E♯m>
mus.
E flat minor <E♭ minor>
es-Moll {n} <es, Esm, E♭m>
mus.
E sharp major <E♯ major>
Eis-Dur {n} <Eis, E♯>
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Übersetzung für 'e business' von Englisch nach Deutsch

e-business
E-Business {n}

Errors and omissions excepted / excluded. <E.&O.E., E&OE>
Irrtümer und Auslassungen vorbehalten. <s. e. e. o., s. e. et o., S. E. & O.> [salvo errore et omissione]
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Error and omission excepted / excluded. <E.&O.E., E&OE>
Irrtum und Auslassung vorbehalten. <s. e. e. o., s. e. et o., S. E. & O.> [salvo errore et omissione]
errors excepted <E.E., e.e.>
Irrtümer vorbehalten
first edition <FE, F/E, 1E, 1/e>
Erstausgabe {f} <EA>
errors and omissions excepted <E. & O. E.>
Irrtümer und Auslassungen vorbehaltencomm.
e-fit / E-fit (picture) [after: Electronic Facial Identification Technique] [esp. Br.]
digitales Fahndungs­foto {n}
Church of England <C of E> <CE> <C.E.> <CofE> <COE>
[englische Staatskirche]relig.
immunoglobulin E <Ig E>
Immunoglobulin E {n} <Ig E>biochem.
E minor <e, Em>
e-Moll {n} <e, Em>mus.
accidents and emergencies [Br.] <A & E, A&E> [department]
Notaufnahme {f} [Abteilung im Krankenhaus]med.
E major <E>
E-Dur {n} <E>mus.
E-modulus <E>
E-Modul {m} <E> [kurz für: Elastizitätsmodul]materialtech.unit
E sharp <E♯>
Eis {n} <E♯> [Ton]mus.
E flat <E♭>
Es {n} <E♭> [Ton]mus.
enantiomeric excess <ee, e.e., EE>
Enantiomerenüberschuss {m} <EÜ>chem.
over-the-counter business [esp. Am.] <OTC business>
Tafelgeschäft {n}fin.
electron-electron-hole process <e-e-h process>
Elektron-Elektron-Loch-Prozess {m} <e-e-h-Prozess>phys.
E sharp minor <E♯ minor>
eis-Moll {n} <eis, Eism, E♯m>mus.
E flat minor <E♭ minor>
es-Moll {n} <es, Esm, E♭m>mus.
E sharp major <E♯ major>
Eis-Dur {n} <Eis, E♯>mus.
  • E-Business {n} = e-business
  • E-Business {n} = electronic business
  • Business-to-Business- <B2B> = business-to-business <B2B>
  • eingetragene Kauffrau {f} <e. K., e. Kffr., e. Kfr.> = registered merchant [female]
  • E-Modul {m} <E> [kurz für: Elastizitätsmodul] [Materialkennwert aus der Werkstofftechnik] = modulus of elasticity <E> [less commonly: Y]
  • eingetragener Kaufmann {m} <e.K.> <e.Kfm.> = registered sole trader
  • E-Modul {m} <E> [kurz für: Elastizitätsmodul] = E-modulus <E>
  • E-Modul {m} <E> [kurz für: Elastizitätsmodul] = elastic modulus <E>
  • E-Modul {m} <E> [kurz für: Elastizitätsmodul] = Young's modulus <E>
  • Forschung und Entwicklung <F+E, FuE, F&E, FE, R&D> = research and development <R&D>
  • e-Moll {n} <e, Em> = E minor <e, Em>
  • Immunoglobulin E {n} <Ig E> = immunoglobulin E <Ig E>
  • e-Procurement-System / E-Procurement-System {n} [elekronisches Beschaffungssystem] = e-procurement system
  • Business {n} = business
  • Busineß {n} [alt] = business
  • T-Business {n} = television business <T-business>
  • Business-Reisende {pl} = business travelers [Am.]
  • Social Business {n} = social business
  • Business-Krawatte {f} = business tie
  • Business-Strategie {f} = business strategy
  • Show-Business {n} = show business
  • Business fliegen = to fly business class
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Electronic business (also known as online business or e-business) is any kind of business or commercial transaction that includes sharing information across the internet.
  • However, Oracle saw a position for JDE in the medium-sized company space that was not filled with either its e-Business Suite or its newly acquired PeopleSoft Enterprise product.
  • A memorandum of understanding (MOU) was signed in January 2013 between Moller International and a US-China and e-business network agreeing to the goal of developing production for Moller Skycars in the United States and the People's Republic of China.
  • On 22 November 1999 Sainsbury's started e-business in partnership with LineOne.
  • ... e., business closing and total asset sell-off) proceedings, effectively threatening its existence.

  • Despite IBM's continued decline in hardware, that was more than offset by the company shifting focus to the more lucrative e-business (integrated e-commerce and Internet technology solutions).
  • UNB Saint John was the first university in Canada to offer an e-business program with its bachelor of business administration in electronic commerce.
  • One of the strategic visions that Gerstner set for IBM in 1993 was to make e-business its heart and soul.
  • Commenced in 2004, Project Pyxis targets to develop enabling technology for e-business interoperability between trading partners and within large enterprises using various complementary and competing Web Services standards.
  • Increasingly, CIOs are involved in creating business and e-business opportunities through information technology.

  • Japan was a founding member of Rakuten CEO Hiroshi Mikitani's Japan e-business association in February 2010, but after Rakuten withdrew from Keidanren in June 2011 and made moves to become the Japan Association of New Economy as a rival to Keidanren, Yahoo!
  • Software Diversified Services also offers a commercial version of PGP (SDS E-Business Server) for the IBM z mainframe.
  • Ask.com (originally known as Ask Jeeves) is a question answering–focused e-business founded in 1996 by Garrett Gruener and David Warthen in Berkeley, California.
  • In January 2000, Domtar launched an e-business application, e-PAPER, enabling merchants and distributors to communicate with Domtar via the Internet.
  • In that same year the UK acquisition of Tetra saw Sage enter the mid-range business software market.

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