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 Übersetzung für 'late form' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a late form | late forms
late formSpätform {f}
3 Wörter
med.
late-onset form
Spätform {f} [einer Krankheit]
Teiltreffer
comp.
beta normal form <β-normal form>
Beta-Normalform {f} <β-Normalform>
late {adj} {adv}verspätet
158
late {adj} {adv}zu spät
late {adj} {adv}spät
5903
late {adj} {adv}spat [veraltet] [spät]
21
late summerNachsommer {m}
journ.
late-breaking {adj}
brandaktuell
geol.
Late Pleistocene {adj}
endpleistozän
late winterSpätwinter {m}
hist.
late Roman {adj}
spätrömisch
agr.biol.
late-ripening {adj}
spätreif
late riserSpätaufsteher {m}
geol.
Late Devonian {adj}
oberdevonisch
ethn.
late repatriate
Spätaussiedler {m}
archaeo.arthist.
late geometric {adj}
spätgeometrisch
archaeo.arthist.
late Mycenaean {adj}
spätmykenisch
geol.hist.
Late Proterozoic {adj}
spätproterozoisch
art
late Impressionism
Spätimpressionismus {m}
late RomanticismNeuromantik {f}
years late {adv}mit jahrelanger Verspätung
22 Übersetzungen
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Aztec architecture is a late form of Mesoamerican architecture developed by the Aztec civilization.
  • They are written in a late form of Latin which has been described as being "assaulted by a living language" ("una lengua latina asaltada por una lengua viva").
  • Catalan architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch suggested that what was formerly considered the late form of pre-Romanesque architecture in Catalonia bore features of Romanesque and thus classified it as First Romanesque ("primer romànic").
  • Certain of his deeds are recounted in the epic poem "Shāhnāma", which preserves, in late form, many of the legends and stories of Greater Persia.
  • Since the convicts were accused of their oath and pact with the devil, we can define this as a late form of witch-hunt.

  • The Ulaid are also referred to as being of the "Clanna Rudraige", a late form of group name.
  • The Israelite tribes who settled in the land of Israel used a late form of the Proto-Sinaitic Alphabet (known as Proto-Canaanite when found in Israel) around the 12th century BCE, which developed into Early Phoenician and Early Paleo-Hebrew as found in the Gezer calendar (...).
  • This functional transformation of the CB requires testis-specific serine/ threonine kinases TSSK1 and TSSK2 that specifically localize in the late form of the CB.
  • The overall form of the caskets follows French examples, and the locks and metal bands are decorated in Gothic style with "simple decorations of fleurons and debased egg and dart" while the whalebone panels are carved in relief with a late form of Insular interwoven strapwork characteristic of late Medieval West Scotland.
  • Egyptians over the centuries have shifted their language from Egyptian (in its late form, varieties of Coptic) to modern Egyptian Arabic while retaining a sense of national identity that has historically set them apart from other people in the region.

  • Intended as a continuation of Isidore of Seville's history of the Goths, it is written in a late form of Latin and outlines a history of the period from the Visigothic King Wamba through that of King Ordoño I.
  • This local cycle of epics of Lorraine traditional history, in the late form in which it is now known, includes details evidently drawn from "Huon de Bordeaux" and "Ogier le Danois".
  • The two most remarkable and accomplished poems in the manuscript are both long exercises in a late form of alliterative verse with a superimposed rhyme-scheme: "Pater Noster" and "The Three Dead Kings".
  • The concept of Hellenistic religion as the late form of Ancient Greek religion covers any of the various systems of beliefs and practices of the people who lived under the influence of ancient Greek culture during the Hellenistic period and the Roman Empire ([...] 300 BCE to 300 CE).
  • Beginning as a simple rite, it evolved quickly within Greek culture into a popular mystery religion, which absorbed a variety of similar cults (and their gods) in a typically Greek synthesis across its territories; one late form was the Orphic Mysteries.

  • The name "Cuasso" probably blends two words: "covum" (cove) and "Sachsum"-i" (Sword-Saxon), following a late form, which replaced the original Latin form "Saxo", "saxonis"; this word is however recorded in ancient German.
  • Note that the transition from early to late forms occurred during the ninth century.
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