⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'growth idea' von Englisch nach Deutsch
growth ideaWachstumsgedanke {m}
growth idea
Wachstumsidee {f}
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Übersetzung für 'growth idea' von Englisch nach Deutsch

growth idea
Wachstumsgedanke {m}

Wachstumsidee {f}spec.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • This early ecological idea was in order to preserve the growth of delicate teak trees, which was an important resource for the Royal Navy.
  • Transportation and community planners began to promote the idea of compact cities and communities and adopt many of the regulatory approaches associated with smart growth in the early 1970s.
  • Forster for example approved of "the decay of smartness and fashion as factors, and the growth of the idea of enjoyment", and asserted that "if I had to choose between betraying my country and betraying my friend, I hope I should have the guts to betray my country".
  • Critics said that Wright's solution failed to account for population growth, and assumed a more rigid democracy than the US actually has.
  • "Growth is obviously what Jack Kemp was about" stated Fred Barnes in the opening of the session "Growth!
  • New Industrialists believe that the United States is not building enough productive capital and should invest more into economic growth.
  • Berkeley believed that God is not the distant engineer of Newtonian machinery that in the fullness of time led to the growth of a tree in the university quadrangle.
  • The growth in franchising accelerated in the 1930s when such chains as Howard Johnson's started to franchise motels.
  • Frequent policy changes with regard to business and immigration are likely to deter investment and so hinder economic growth.
  • Maturationism is an early childhood educational philosophy that sees the child as a growing organism and believes that the role of education is to passively support this growth rather than actively fill the child with information.
  • In simple terms, increased consumer confidence indicates economic growth in which consumers are spending money, indicating higher consumption.
  • It was their protectionist policy that would have allowed the United States to experience the fastest economic growth in the world throughout the 19th century and into the 1920s.
  • His transition from "pure" social psychology to mass communication mirrors the growth of this field.
  • The growth of genetics and the rise of molecular biology led to the application of the gene-centered view of evolution to explain avian phenomena.
  • He believed in the great potential towards growth that man possessed.
  • Still others held that the vital growth principal was something passed from dead plants or animals to the new plants.
  • The suppression of tumorigenicity in these hybrid cells prompted researchers to hypothesize that genes within the normal somatic cell had inhibitory actions to stop tumor growth.
  • During the economic globalization in the decades leading up to World War I, writers such as Norman Angell argued that the growth of economic interdependence between the great powers made war between them futile and therefore unlikely.
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