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 ⇄Suchrichtung
 Übersetzung für 'language' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a language | languages
SYNO language | linguistic communication | linguistic process | ...
language {adj} [attr.]Sprach-
55
language {adj} [attr.]sprachlich
13
Language!Schön sprechen!
Substantive
language <lang.>Sprache {f} <Spr.>
2147
language [style of expression]Sprache {f} [Ausdrucksweise]
23
ling.
A language
A-Sprache {f} [Muttersprache des Übersetzers]
10
2 Wörter: Andere
Arabic-language {adj} [attr.]arabischsprachig [z. B. Länder]
ling.philos.psych.
by language {adv}
sprachlich
ling.
cross-language {adj} [attr.]
sprachübergreifend
ling.
English-language {adj} [attr.]
englischsprachig
foreign-language {adj} [attr.]fremdsprachig [Text, Unterricht, etc.]
ling.lit.
foreign-language {adj} [attr.]
anderssprachig [Literatur]
ling.
foreign-language {adj} [attr.] [also foreign language]
fremdsprachlich
ling.
general-language {adj}
allgemeinsprachlich
ling.
general-language {adj} [attr.]
gemeinsprachlich
German-language {adj} [attr.] [e.g. book]deutschsprachig [z. B. Buch]
language proficient {adj}verhandlungs­sicher [Sprachkenntnis]
language-dependent {adj}sprachabhängig
ling.
language-external {adj}
sprachextern
comp.
language-independent {adj}
sprachunabhängig
ling.
language-internal {adj}
sprachintern
language-neutral {adj}sprachneutral
language-specific {adj}sprachspezifisch
ling.
language-specific {adj}
sprachenspezifisch
ling.
language-theoretic {adj}
sprachtheoretisch
Language, Sir!Ich verbitte mir solche Ausdrücke!
multi-language {adj} [attr.] [manual, nation, etc.]vielsprachig [Gebrauchsanweisung, Staat etc.]
multi-language {adj} [manual, nation, etc.]mehrsprachig [Gebrauchsanweisung, Staat etc.]
ling.
native-language {adj} [attr.]
muttersprachlich
single-language {adj} [attr.]einsprachig
Spanish-language {adj} [attr.]spanischsprachig
ling.
standard-language {adj} [attr.]
gemeinsprachlich
Swedish-language {adj} [attr.] [song, TV channel, newspaper, etc.]schwedischsprachig
without language {adj} [postpos.]sprachlos
2 Wörter: Substantive
ling.
abbreviated language
Abbreviatursprache {f}
ling.
abstand language
Abstandsprache {f}
abusive language {sg}Schimpfworte {pl}
abusive language {sg}Beleidigungen {pl}
abusive language {sg}Beschimpfungen {pl}
abusive language {sg}beleidigende Worte {pl}
abusive language {sg}Scheltworte {pl} [geh.]
acad.
academic language
Wissenschaftssprache {f}
ling.relig.
Adamic language
adamitische Sprache {f}
ling.
additional language
Zusatzsprache {f}
administrative languageVerwaltungs­sprache {f}
admin.ling.
administrative language
Amtssprache {f} [Verwaltungs­sprache]
comp.
advanced language
höhere Programmiersprache {f}
market.
advertising language
Werbesprache {f}
ling.
agglutinating language
agglutinierende Sprache {f}
ling.
agglutinative language
agglutinierende Sprache {f}
hist.ling.
Akkadian language
akkadische Sprache {f}
algebraic languagealgebraische Sprache {f}
algorithmic languageAlgorithmussprache {f}
algorithmic languagealgorithmische Sprache {f}
comp.
algorithmic language
algorithmische Programmiersprache {f}
ling.
Altaic language
altaische Sprache {f}
alternative languageAlternativsprache {f}
ling.
Amhara (language)
Amharisch {n}
biol.
animal language
Tiersprache {f}
archi.
architectural language [fig.]
Architektursprache {f} [fig.]
ling.
Arikara (language)
Arikara {n} [Arikara-Sprache]
ling.
Arikara (language)
Ree {n} [Arikara, Arikara-Sprache]
ling.
Aromanian language
Aromunisch {n}
ling.
artificial language
Plansprache {f}
ling.
artificial language
Kunstsprache {f}
ling.
artificial language
künstliche Sprache {f}
artfilmlit.
artistic language
Kunstsprache {f} [Ausdrucksweise der Kunst]
assembler languageAssemblersprache {f}
assembly languageAssemblersprache {f}
assembly languageAssembliersprache {f}
ling.
ausbau language
Ausbausprache {f}
authentic languageverbindliche Sprachregelung {f}
ling.
auxiliary language
Hilfssprache {f}
ling.
Avar language
awarische Sprache {f}
ling.relig.
Avestan (language)
Avestisch {n}
ling.
Aymara (language)
Aymara {n} [auch: Aimara]
baby languageBabysprache {f} [Sprache der Babys]
bad languageordinäre Sprache {f}
bad languagebeleidigende Sprache {f}
bad languageunanständige Sprache {f}
ling.
Bambara (language) [also: Bamana, Bamanankan] [cf. Dioula]
Bambara {n} [auch: Bamanankan] [vgl. Dioula]
ling.
Bantu language
Bantusprache {f}
ling.
Bashkir language
baschkirische Sprache {f}
basic languageGrundsprache {f}
ling.
Basque language
baskische Sprache {f}
bibl.ling.
biblical language
Bibelsprache {f}
bibl.
biblical language [e.g. in parables]
biblische Sprache {f} [z. B. in Gleichnissen]
blasphemous languagegotteslästerliche Sprache {f}
body languageKörpersprache {f}
bold languageanmaßende Sprache {f}
ling.
bookish language
literarischer Stil {m}
Internet
browser language
Browsersprache {f}
ling.
buhid language
Buid-Sprache {f}
ling.
Burmese (language)
Birmanisch {n}
business languageGeschäftssprache {f}
business languageUnternehmenssprache {f}
ling.
Catalan language
katalanische Sprache {f}
hist.ling.
Celtiberian (language)
Keltiberisch {n}
hist.ling.
Celtiberian language
keltiberische Sprache {f}
ling.
Centum language [also: centum language]
Kentumsprache {f}
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 ⇄ 
Übersetzung für 'language' von Englisch nach Deutsch

language {adj} [attr.]
Sprach-

sprachlich
Language!
Schön sprechen!

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language <lang.>
Sprache {f} <Spr.>
language [style of expression]
Sprache {f} [Ausdrucksweise]
A language
A-Sprache {f} [Muttersprache des Übersetzers]ling.

Arabic-language {adj} [attr.]
arabischsprachig [z. B. Länder]
by language {adv}
sprachlichling.philos.psych.
cross-language {adj} [attr.]
sprachübergreifendling.
English-language {adj} [attr.]
englischsprachigling.
foreign-language {adj} [attr.]
fremdsprachig [Text, Unterricht, etc.]

anderssprachig [Literatur]ling.lit.
foreign-language {adj} [attr.] [also foreign language]
fremdsprachlichling.
general-language {adj}
allgemeinsprachlichling.
general-language {adj} [attr.]
gemeinsprachlichling.
German-language {adj} [attr.] [e.g. book]
deutschsprachig [z. B. Buch]
language proficient {adj}
verhandlungs­sicher [Sprachkenntnis]
language-dependent {adj}
sprachabhängig
language-external {adj}
sprachexternling.
language-independent {adj}
sprachunabhängigcomp.
language-internal {adj}
sprachinternling.
language-neutral {adj}
sprachneutral
language-specific {adj}
sprachspezifisch

sprachenspezifischling.
language-theoretic {adj}
sprachtheoretischling.
Language, Sir!
Ich verbitte mir solche Ausdrücke!
multi-language {adj} [attr.] [manual, nation, etc.]
vielsprachig [Gebrauchsanweisung, Staat etc.]
multi-language {adj} [manual, nation, etc.]
mehrsprachig [Gebrauchsanweisung, Staat etc.]
native-language {adj} [attr.]
muttersprachlichling.
single-language {adj} [attr.]
einsprachig
Spanish-language {adj} [attr.]
spanischsprachig
standard-language {adj} [attr.]
gemeinsprachlichling.
Swedish-language {adj} [attr.] [song, TV channel, newspaper, etc.]
schwedischsprachig
without language {adj} [postpos.]
sprachlos

abbreviated language
Abbreviatursprache {f}ling.
abstand language
Abstandsprache {f}ling.
abusive language {sg}
Schimpfworte {pl}

Beleidigungen {pl}

Beschimpfungen {pl}

beleidigende Worte {pl}

Scheltworte {pl} [geh.]
academic language
Wissenschaftssprache {f}acad.
Adamic language
adamitische Sprache {f}ling.relig.
additional language
Zusatzsprache {f}ling.
administrative language
Verwaltungs­sprache {f}

Amtssprache {f} [Verwaltungs­sprache]admin.ling.
advanced language
höhere Programmiersprache {f}comp.
advertising language
Werbesprache {f}market.
agglutinating language
agglutinierende Sprache {f}ling.
agglutinative language
agglutinierende Sprache {f}ling.
Akkadian language
akkadische Sprache {f}hist.ling.
algebraic language
algebraische Sprache {f}
algorithmic language
Algorithmussprache {f}

algorithmische Sprache {f}

algorithmische Programmiersprache {f}comp.
Altaic language
altaische Sprache {f}ling.
alternative language
Alternativsprache {f}
Amhara (language)
Amharisch {n}ling.
animal language
Tiersprache {f}biol.
architectural language [fig.]
Architektursprache {f} [fig.]archi.
Arikara (language)
Arikara {n} [Arikara-Sprache]ling.

Ree {n} [Arikara, Arikara-Sprache]ling.
Aromanian language
Aromunisch {n}ling.
artificial language
Plansprache {f}ling.

Kunstsprache {f}ling.

künstliche Sprache {f}ling.
artistic language
Kunstsprache {f} [Ausdrucksweise der Kunst]artfilmlit.
assembler language
Assemblersprache {f}
assembly language
Assemblersprache {f}

Assembliersprache {f}
ausbau language
Ausbausprache {f}ling.
authentic language
verbindliche Sprachregelung {f}
auxiliary language
Hilfssprache {f}ling.
Avar language
awarische Sprache {f}ling.
Avestan (language)
Avestisch {n}ling.relig.
Aymara (language)
Aymara {n} [auch: Aimara]ling.
baby language
Babysprache {f} [Sprache der Babys]
bad language
ordinäre Sprache {f}

beleidigende Sprache {f}

unanständige Sprache {f}
Bambara (language) [also: Bamana, Bamanankan] [cf. Dioula]
Bambara {n} [auch: Bamanankan] [vgl. Dioula]ling.
Bantu language
Bantusprache {f}ling.
Bashkir language
baschkirische Sprache {f}ling.
basic language
Grundsprache {f}
Basque language
baskische Sprache {f}ling.
biblical language
Bibelsprache {f}bibl.ling.
biblical language [e.g. in parables]
biblische Sprache {f} [z. B. in Gleichnissen]bibl.
blasphemous language
gotteslästerliche Sprache {f}
body language
Körpersprache {f}
bold language
anmaßende Sprache {f}
bookish language
literarischer Stil {m}ling.
browser language
Browsersprache {f}Internet
buhid language
Buid-Sprache {f}ling.
Burmese (language)
Birmanisch {n}ling.
business language
Geschäftssprache {f}

Unternehmenssprache {f}
Catalan language
katalanische Sprache {f}ling.
Celtiberian (language)
Keltiberisch {n}hist.ling.
Celtiberian language
keltiberische Sprache {f}hist.ling.
Centum language [also: centum language]
Kentumsprache {f}ling.
  • Language Engineering {n} = language engineering <LE>
  • Language-Engineering-Spezialist {m} = language engineering specialist
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Nepali language is the mostly spoken language in Triyuga, which is spoken by 55.82% of people.
  • The Ute language is a Proto-Numic language within the Uto-Aztecan language family.
  • Pidgin is a simplified language that develops between two or more groups who do not share a common language, as contrasted to a Creole language, a full language with native speakers, often originating from a Pidgin language.
  • The Language Conservancy is a nonprofit organization that with an interest in the Lakota language, Assiniboine language, Crow language and the Hidatsa language.
  • The Group 1: Studies in language and literature (previously First Language) subjects of the IB Diploma Programme refer to the student's first language (native language or otherwise best language).

  • The Danish Sign Language family comprises three languages: Danish Sign Language, Norwegian Sign Language (including Malagasy Sign Language) and Icelandic Sign Language.
  • Language-agnostic programming or scripting (also called language-neutral, language-independent, or cross-language) is a software paradigm in which no particular language is promoted.
  • The Dayak Dusmala (Dusun-Maanyan-Lawangan) that use Eastern Barito language inhabit the northern region of the Meratus Mountains uses the Dayak Maanyan Warukin language, Dayak Samihin language, Dayak Dusun Deyah language, Dayak Lawangan language, and Dayak Abal language .
  • also named Civilian Language (...) is spoken in Town of Shatian.
  • Florida students are required to earn two consecutive foreign language credits for graduation. TERRA offers courses in the Spanish language, French language, and Japanese language.

  • A sacred language, holy language or liturgical language is any language that is cultivated and used primarily for religious reasons (like church service) by people who speak another, primary language in their daily lives.
  • The main regional newspapers of India include the Marathi language "Lokmat", the Gujarati Language "Gujarat Samachar", the Malayalam language "Malayala Manorama", the Tamil language "Daily Thanthi", the Telugu language "Eenadu", the Kannada language "Vijaya Karnataka" and the Bengali language "Anandabazar Patrika".
  • The name of the language has two parts – [...] ('language'), from Latin [...].
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