Übersetzung für 'first edition' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a first edition | first editions
first editionStartauflage {f}
first editionerste Fassung {f}
first edition
Erstauflage {f}
first edition
Ersterscheinung {f}
first edition <FE, F/E, 1E, 1/e>Erstausgabe {f} <EA>
on a first-come, first-served basis {adv}
nach dem Windhundprinzip
first-come, first-served <FCFS>Windhundverfahren {n}
first-come, first-served <FCFS>Windhundprinzip {n}
first-in, first-servedWindhundverfahren {n}
first-come, first choiceWindhundverfahren {n}
first-come, first choiceWindhundprinzip {n}
first-in, first-servedWindhundprinzip {n}
first-choice eleven <first-choice 11> [football / soccer]
Stammelf {f} [Fußball]
first-choice eleven <first-choice 11> [football / soccer]
Stammformation {f} [Stammelf im Fußball]
Ausgabe {f} [Edition]
editionBearbeitung {f} [z. B. Webtext]
Fassung {f}
Auflage {f} [Ausgabe, Fertigungs­menge]
Werkausgabe {f}
critical edition
wissenschaftliche Ausgabe {f}
pocket edition
Handausgabe {f}
Internet edition
Internet-Ausgabe {f}
limited edition
limitierte Auflage {f}
double edition
Doppelausgabe {f}
new edition
neue Ausgabe {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Arsenal also featured in the first edition of the BBC's "Match of the Day", which screened highlights of their match against Liverpool at Anfield on 22 August 1964.
  • During the Renaissance, the "Editio princeps" (First Edition) was published in Basel in 1544 by Johann Herwagen with the works of Archimedes in Greek and Latin.
  • The first edition of Plato's works (known as the Aldine edition) was dedicated to Pope Leo X, and included the poem of Musurus and the life of Plato by Diogenes Laertius, which were also included in the first two editions of Plato's works printed in Basel.
  • 9 countries took part in the first edition. Carmen Manet from Slovenia was the first winner.
  • "The Theran Empire" book (First Edition) covers the Theran Empire and its provinces (which roughly correspond to the territories of the Roman Empire, plus colonies in America and India).

  • Jones had made an earlier notable attempt at a pronunciation dictionary but it was now that he produced the first edition of his famous "English Pronouncing Dictionary", a work which in revised form is still in print.
  • The first edition of the DSM notes in its foreword: "In the late twenties, each large teaching center employed a system of its own origination, no one of which met more than the immediate needs of the local institution."
  • Eventually, Secker and Warburg published the first edition in 1945.
  • The novel was an immediate success. The majority of the 400 copies of the first edition were sent to the New World, with the publisher hoping to get a better price in the Americas.
  • However, in the original article on Young from the first edition of the "Rolling Stone Illustrated History of Rock and Roll" and a subsequent article in the "1983 Rolling Stone Record Guide", critic Dave Marsh used this album to accuse Young of deliberately manufacturing a self-mythology, arguing that while his highlights could be seen to place him on a level with other artists from his generation like Bob Dylan or The Beatles, the particulars of his catalogue did not bear this out.

  • The first edition of colon classification was published in 1933, followed by six more editions.
  • The first edition was negatively received, with Anita Singh, the Arts and Entertainments Editor for "The Telegraph" writing that the show was "the most ill-conceived programme idea since Prince Edward dreamt up "It's a Royal Knockout".
  • Since 1979, a facsimile edition of that first edition has been available in four paper-bound volumes.
  • Scholars tend to treat the books as consisting of a first edition from the late 7th century BCE and of a second and final edition from the mid-6th century BCE.
  • Pascal was a subject of the first edition of the 1984 BBC Two documentary, "Sea of Faith", presented by Don Cupitt.

  • In the first edition of the book, no key was provided, and the reader was left to interpret the meaning from the context.
  • It was printed by Friedrich Risner in 1572, with the title "Opticae thesaurus: Alhazeni Arabis libri septem, nuncprimum editi; Eiusdem liber De Crepusculis et nubium ascensionibus" (English: Treasury of Optics: seven books by the Arab Alhazen, first edition; by the same, on twilight and the height of clouds).
  • The first edition of "A Greek-English Lexicon" by Henry George Liddell and Robert Scott appeared in 1843; this work remained the basic dictionary of Greek until the end of the 20th century.
  • The first edition was printed at Venice in 1483 by Raynald de Novimagio in folio; the latest at Paris, 1556, 1557.
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