Übersetzung für 'partner in a firm' von Englisch nach Deutsch
partner in a firmGesellschafter {m}
to take in a new partnereinen neuen Teilhaber hereinnehmen
to be a firm believer in sth.fest von etw.Dat. überzeugt sein
partner in crimeMitbeteiligter {m} an einem Verbrechen
partner in defaultzahlungs­unfähiger Partner {m}
partner in lifeLebensgefährte {m}
live-in partner [female]Lebensgefährtin {f}
partner in life [female]Lebensgefährtin {f}
partner in crime [coll.]Spießgeselle {m} [pej. oder hum.]
to partner sb. in sth.(mit jdm.) etw. gemeinsam tun
coalition partner in the government
Regierungs­partner {m} [Koalitionspartner]
in-firm trainingbetriebliche Ausbildung {f}
in-firm trainingbetriebliche Berufsausbildung {f}
in-firm traininginnerbetriebliche Ausbildung {f}
firm in questionfragliche Firma {f}
to accommodate a partnereinem Partner helfen
to become a partnerGesellschafter werden
to win a partnereinen Partner finden
firm in that townörtliche Firma {f}
article in firm demandArtikel {m} mit fester Nachfrage
to dance with a partner
mit einem Partner tanzen
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Like his brother, Peter was only ever a part-time professional, and after retiring, he became a partner in a firm of chartered accountants and was treasurer of the ex-players' association of Bradford City and Bradford Park Avenue.
  • Thompson was a partner in a firm which manufactured agricultural implements.
  • He is also senior partner in a firm which specializes in helping former athletes make the transition to life after their sporting career.
  • He spent three years in Bermuda, from 1984 to 1987, as a partner in a firm of solicitors, after accompanying his ill mother to sunnier climes for her health.
  • Her husband (following his father's death) became a partner in a firm Crudelius and Hirst at 7/8 Citadel in Leith.

  • She frequently represents clients referred to her by Phryne, and has inherited her practice from her father, who was partner in a firm called Henderson, Jones, and Mayhew.
  • From 1945 to 1959, he was a partner in a firm of land agents and auctioneers, and began his writing career in 1957.
  • As a senior partner in a firm of tea merchants, he modernised sugar production in Demerara at the plantation of his brother-in-law, the former slave owner Charles McGarel.
  • He apprenticed briefly to become a solicitor and worked briefly as a partner in a firm but gave up a career in law for his interests.
  • He was a partner in a firm of market gardeners, nurserymen and seedsmen.

  • In 1974 Finch moved to Darwin, Northern Territory, where he became partner in a firm of consulting engineers.
  • Today, Huw Jones works in the non-profit sector in Leeds, Pervez Bilgrami runs a successful recruitment agency with his wife, Azhar Rana is a partner in a firm of chartered accountants, and Ausaf Abbas is a financial advisor.
  • His father was a senior partner in a firm of solicitors and later became clerk to Lindsey County Council.
  • Journalists became increasingly aware that a chief aide to the Governor of New Jersey was a partner in a firm that was managing to post robust returns while remaining virtually inactive.
  • He came to Quebec from Glasgow in 1793 and became partner in a firm involved in importing and exporting goods.

  • A former partner in a firm of London solicitors, Kingsmill, along with two other defendants—His Honour Judge Peter Clark and DJ Freeman & Co solicitors (the relevant firm)—was found liable for professional negligence by the Court of Appeal in 2001 for advice given in the late 1980s.
  • In 1838 he became a partner in a firm of bleachers at Dundee, [...] and managing director in 1846.
  • Since 1993, Savard has been a partner in a firm of real-estate developers, Thibault, Messier, Savard & Associates, based in Montreal.
  • He is married to Gillie, a partner in a firm of lawyers; they have two children.
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