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 Übersetzung für 't'ai chi' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   t'ai chi | -
sports
t'ai chi [short for: t'ai chi ch'uan]
Tai-Chi {n} [kurz für: Taijiquan]
3 Wörter
sports
t'ai chi ch'uan
Taijiquan {n}
sports
t'ai chi ch'uan
Tai-Chi-Chuan {n}
Teiltreffer
sports
tai chi
Tai-Chi {n}
math.stat.
chi-square
Chiquadrat {n}
unit
ton <t., t, sh. t., sh. tn.> [esp. Am.] [short ton] [2000 lb]
amerikanische Tonne {f} <tn. sh> [907,18 kg]
math.stat.
chi-squared test
Chi-Quadrat-Test {m}
math.stat.
chi-square test
Chi-Quadrat-Test {m}
chi-square distributionChi-Quadrat-Verteilung {f}
chi-square distributionChi-Square-Verteilung {f}
educ.jobssports
tai chi instructor
Tai-Chi-Lehrer {m}
math.stat.
chi-square test
Chi-2-Unabhängigkeitstest {m}
geogr.
Ho Chi Minh City
Ho-Chi-Minh-Stadt {n}
educ.jobssports
tai chi instructor [female]
Tai-Chi-Lehrerin {f}
relig.
Chi Rho <XP, ☧> [monogram of Christ]
Christusmonogramm {n} <XP, ☧> [aus griechisch X+P (chi+rho)]
hist.relig.
Chi Rho <XP, ☧> [monogram of Christ]
konstantinisches Kreuz {n} <XP, ☧> [aus griechisch X+P (chi+rho)]
entom.T
grey chi [Br.] [Antitype chi] [moth]
Chi-Eule {f} [Nachtfalterspezies]
entom.T
grey chi [Br.] [Antitype chi] [moth]
Saudistel-Steineule {f} [Nachtfalterspezies]
entom.T
grey chi [Br.] [Antitype chi] [moth]
Graueule {f} [Nachtfalterspezies]
entom.T
gray chi [Am.] [Antitype chi] [moth]
Chi-Eule {f} [Nachtfalterspezies]
relig.
Chi Rho <XP, ☧> [monogram of Christ] [ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ]
Chi-Rho-Zeichen {n} <XP, ☧> [Christusmonogramm] [ΧΡΙΣΤΟΣ]
geogr.
Anguilla <.ai>
Anguilla {n}
comp.
AI-generated {adj}
KI-generiert
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • People practise T'ai Chi in Tsing Yi Promenade near Maritime Square in Tsing Yi Town in the early morning hours.
  • ... a. T'ai Chi Chuan) with practices such as meditation.
  • 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.
  • 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.

  • 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).
  • 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.
  • Ray Austin had been training with Chee Soo and they worked techniques from Feng Shou Kung fu and T'ai Chi into the fight scenes and credit sequences.
  • 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.
  • "Zhu" Xi maintained that all things are brought into being by the union of two universal aspects of reality: "qi" (气 Wade-Giles: ch‘i), sometimes translated as vital (or physical, material) force; and "li" (理), sometimes translated as rational principle (or law). The source and sum of "li" is the "Taiji" (太极 Wade-Giles: T‘ai Chi), meaning the Supreme Ultimate. The source of "qi" is not so clearly stated by Zhu Xi, leading some authorities to maintain that he was a metaphysical monist and others to maintain that he was a metaphysical dualist.

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