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 Übersetzung für 'pace-setting' von Englisch nach Deutsch
pace-setting {adj}taktgebend
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Übersetzung für 'pace-setting' von Englisch nach Deutsch

pace-setting {adj}
taktgebend
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Nashoba's Key stalked the pace-setting Citronnade until the top of the stretch, where the pair dueled and Nashoba's Key pulled ahead by 3/4 of a length.
  • NEHU incorporated the college administration to its own and made it its only constituent college with a vision to promote it as a "pace-setting institution."
  • Lagache and Léonard in turn picked up their pace setting new lap records, even though Duff was able to get one of the laps back.
  • Right from the start Räikkönen started pulling away at a blistering pace, setting the fastest lap thirteen times in only twenty four laps.
  • Despite the wind, Andretti improved his pace-setting time to 1:38.114, more than a second ahead of Reutemann.

  • It was immediately on the pace, setting many fastest stage times, but the use of an illegal water pump meant that the two cars were excluded from the event.
  • As early as round two at Hockenheim he was on the pace, setting fastest lap, a feat he would repeat in the following round on the 14.272 mile Nürburgring Nordschleife.
  • During and after the war, HMO concentrates on the rehabilitation of the severely burned and wounded, relying heavily on pace-setting rehabilitation services offered through its newly opened Trauma Unit.
  • From 2009 to 2015 he was consistently seated in the pace-setting position of stroke or seven in the New South Wales eight.
  • In a change from his normal pace-setting tactics, Teague rated the gelding in fourth for the first quarter-mile, then gradually made up ground, hitting the lead after three-quarters of a mile.

  • The led horses were followed by the two teams of dismounted demolition men moving in single file at the walking pace. Setting the explosive charges began with the leading man placing a slab of gun cotton in the middle of a rail and then, missing a rail, to repeat his action, while the leading man of the second team put down a slab of gun cotton in the middle of the rail on his side which paired with the rail missed by the other team.
  • Schaupp's solo debut album, "Soliloquy", released in 1997, was praised by UK "Classical Guitar Magazine" as "a pace-setting performance in all respects".
  • was contributing the majority of the pace setting preserving the leader's golden jersey for Wouter Mol.
  • All-Japan Formula Three champion Marcus Ericsson was immediately on the pace, setting the fastest time in the first half-hour session that was held prior to the first qualifying session.
  • The school's faculty grew by more than 50 percent and was commended by the accrediting agency ACEJMC for its pace setting accomplishments.

  • He does not use a sprint finish to win races; his strategy relies on a combination of efficient running and fast pace setting.
  • In 1994, McLusky instigated the conversion of the Old Paddocks snooker club in Holborn, which he designed and launched as the Leisure Lounge, ‘a voracious pace-setting and attitude-free venue’ [...] The Leisure Lounge featured a mix of dance music club nights like Goldie's Metalheadz and live music events, plus arts events like Rankin's first major London photography show.
  • An article in "Honolulu Weekly" said Wimberly "established himself as perhaps the most successful resort architect in the world" and that his "Honolulu—based firm of Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo,also known as WATG, designed many of the Pacific Rim's pace-setting hotels and is now the world's largest "niche" architecture firm, specializing in the $4-trillion-dollar travel industry."
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