⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'second rate' von Englisch nach Deutsch
second rate {adj}zweitrangig
second rate {adj}zweitklassig
second-rate {adj}zweitklassig
second-rate {adj}zweitrangig [zweitklassig]
second-rate {adj}zweiten Ranges [nachgestellt]
3 Wörter
second-rate quality
zweite Wahl {f}
second-rate theater [Am.]
Schmierentheater {n} [pej.]
second-rate theater [Am.]
Schmiere {f} [ugs.] [schlechtes Theater]
second-rate theatre [Br.]Schmierentheater {n} [abwertend]
second-rate theatre [Br.]
Schmiere {f} [ugs.] [schlechtes Theater]
5+ Wörter
to be first-rate / second-rateerste / zweite Garnitur sein
students of a second-rate schoolKlippschüler {pl} [nordd.] [abwertend]
12 Übersetzungen
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The lawsuit claimed "women are second-rate citizens provided for the pleasure of men" at the firm.
  • Because of the mostly second-rate film roles that came her way in the 1970s, Saint returned to television and the stage in the 1980s.
  • As Nazi Germany annexed Austria and moved against Czechoslovakia, Italy saw itself becoming a second-rate member of the Axis.
  • By the mid-18th century ships suitable for the line of battle were first-rate ships carrying at least 100 guns, second-rate ships carrying 84 to 98 guns, and larger third-rate ships carrying 70 to 80 guns.
  • It was an easier ship to handle than a first- or second-rate ship, but still possessed enough firepower to potentially destroy any single opponent other than a three-decker.
  • Despite McCarthy's anti-Vietnam War stance, North Vietnam's Communist government had a cynical attitude toward him, largely because the lack of money in his campaign made it highly skeptical of what he could achieve, describing McCarthy as "a second-rate politician with little experience or money" in its analysis of the presidential election published in their Army Newspaper dated August 10, 1968.
  • He struggles his way to a second-rate medical degree, and becomes an ' in the Public Health Service.
  • Many Rameau specialists have regretted that the collaboration with Houdar de la Motte never took place, and that the "Samson" project with Voltaire came to nothing because the librettists Rameau did work with were second-rate.
  • All through the Middle Ages improvements were few and second rate.
  • Whereas Bell had become the chief executive in a sport that was largely seen as second-rate and heading a league still plagued by franchise instability, by his death the NFL was a financially sound sports enterprise and seriously challenging Major League Baseball for preeminence among sports attractions in the United States.
  • This type of segregation began to disappear gradually only in the 1950s, but even then the Congolese remained or felt treated in many respects as second-rate citizens (for instance in political and legal terms).
  • Scott of "The New York Times" described it as "a standard-issue fish-out-of-water comedy" which "seems happily, deliberately second-rate, as if its ideal audience consisted of weary airline passengers".
  • He had already written "The Wounds of Civil War" (produced perhaps as early as 1587, and published in 1594), a good second-rate piece in the half-chronicle fashion of its age.
  • Meanwhile, Mailer called Buckley a "second-rate intellect incapable of entertaining two serious thoughts in a row."
  • He was then given command of the second-rate [...] in August 1745.
  • In a review for "Statesville Record & Landmark", Pam Simon thought the album "is a strange schizophrenic album, almost evenly divided between second-rate acoustic music and the dated concept of the power-trio format".
  • In the first and second days following the event, "The New York Times" wrote that the launch of "Sputnik 1" was a major global propaganda and prestige triumph for Russian communism.
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