Übersetzung für 't'ai chi ch'uan' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   t'ai chi ch'uan | -
t'ai chi ch'uan
Taijiquan {n}
t'ai chi ch'uan
Tai-Chi-Chuan {n}
t'ai chi [short for: t'ai chi ch'uan]
Tai-Chi {n} [kurz für: Taijiquan]
Tschungking {n}
chapter <ch.>Abschnitt {m} <Abschn.> [Kapitel]
Switzerland <.ch>
Schweiz {f}
combination hump <CH>Kombinationshump {m} <CH>
cardiac hypertrophy <CH>
Herzhypertrophie {f}
continuum hypothesis <CH>
Kontinuumshypothese {f}
congenital hypothyroidism <CH>
angeborene Hypothyreose {f}
chapter <ch., chap.>
Kapitel {n} <Kap.>
cerebellar hypoplasia <CH>
Kleinhirnhypoplasie {f}
congenital hyperinsulinism <CH>
kongenitaler Hyperinsulinismus {m}
high clouds <CH>
hohe Wolken {pl}
Chiquadrat {n}
tai chi
Tai-Chi {n}
compulsory health insurance (CH)
obligatorische Krankenpflegeversicherung {f} [schweiz.] <OKP>
cranking health <CH> [battery]
Startfähigkeit {f} [Batterie]
chain (stitch) <ch> [crochet]
Luftmasche {f} <LfM, Lfm, LM, Lm> [Häkeln]
ton <t., t, sh. t., sh. tn.> [esp. Am.] [short ton] [2000 lb]
amerikanische Tonne {f} <tn. sh> [907,18 kg]
chi-square distributionChi-Quadrat-Verteilung {f}
chi-square test
Chi-Quadrat-Test {m}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Meir Shahar lists the martial arts T'ai chi ch'uan, Chang Family Boxing, Bāguàquán, Xíngyìquán and Bajiquan as originating from this region and this time period.
  • Ill to the point of coughing up blood, he began to practice t'ai chi ch'uan more diligently to aid his recovery.
  • The Sun style (孙氏) t'ai chi ch'uan is well known for its smooth, flowing movements which omit the more physically vigorous crouching, leaping and fa jin of some other styles.
  • Lee's first introduction to martial arts was through his father, from whom he learned the fundamentals of Wu-style t'ai chi ch'uan.
  • Yang Chengfu or Yang Ch'eng-fu (1883–1936) is historically considered the best known teacher of the soft style martial art of Yang-style t'ai chi ch'uan (Yang-style Taijiquan).

  • In particular, the internal martial arts T'ai chi ch'uan, the Circle Walking of Baguazhang and the middle path of Wuxingheqidao may be used to preserve pre-natal jīng and build post-natal jīng, if performed correctly.
  • Pushing hands is said by t'ai chi's Chen family to have been created by Chen Wangting (1600–1680), the founder of the Chen-style t'ai chi ch'uan, and was originally known as hitting hands (da shou) or crossing hands (ke shou).
  • Taiji underlies the practical Taijiquan (T'ai Chi Ch'uan) – A Chinese internal martial art based on the principles of Yin and Yang and Taoist philosophy, and devoted to internal energetic and physical training.
  • Zhang Sanfeng (also spelled Zhang San Feng, Chang San-Feng) refers to a legendary Chinese Taoist who many believe invented T'ai chi ch'üan. However, other sources point to early versions of Tai Chi predating Sanfeng. He was purported to have achieved immortality.
  • In 1956 the Chinese government sponsored the Chinese Sports Committee (CSC), which brought together four "wushu" teachers to truncate the Yang family hand form to 24 postures. This was an attempt to standardize T'ai-chi ch'üan for "wushu" tournaments as they wanted to create a routine that would be much less difficult to learn than the classical 88 to 108 posture solo hand forms.

  • The pronunciation of "Taoism" as [...] instead of [...] is not unique and typifies many Chinese borrowings in English (e.g., gung-ho, Cohen 1989) that are distorted owing to Chinese romanization systems. Wade–Giles "I Ching" and "T'ai Chi Ch'üan" (Pinyin "Yìjīng" and "Tàijíquán") are two common cases in which the Pinyin romanization more accurately represents Chinese pronunciation than Wade–Giles (Carr 1990: 67-68). "I Ching" transcribes the Chinese /i t͡ɕiŋ/ 易經 Book of Changes, but some English speakers pronounce it /ˈaɪ tʃiːŋ/, reading Chinese "I" /i/ as the English pronoun "I" /aɪ/ and the aspirated alveolo-palatal "Ch" / t͡ɕʰ/ as the fortis postalveolar /tʃ/. The "T'ai Chi Ch'üan" martial art /tʰaɪ̯ t͡ɕi t͡ɕʰy̯ɛn/ 太极拳 is commonly misspelled "Tai Chi Chuan" (Pinyin "Daijizhuan") without umlaut or apostrophes (the Wikipedia article is titled Tai chi), and is similarly naturalized as English /ˌtaɪ ˌtʃi ˈtʃwɑn/.
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