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solemnise (Brit.)ernst und festlich machen, ernsthaft sprechen, eine Zeremonie ausführen (z.B. Hochzeit), ein Ritual ausführen oder beobachten
(book)stack unit (n.), shelf unit (n.), shelving unit (n.), (shelf) section (n.), tier (n.) BritRegaleinheit (f.)
(card) deck (n.), (card) pack (n.) BritKartenstapel (m.)
absolutise (Brit.)absolutisieren, absolut machen, für perfekt erklären, für endgültig erklären
acclimatisation (Brit.)Akklimatisation, Vorgang des Anpassens an eine Umgebung, Gewöhnung
acclimatise (Brit.)an eine neue Umgebung gewöhnen, sich anpassen
aerosolise (Brit.)etwas in Spray verwandeln, als Spray verteilen oder versprühen, in Sprayform verpacken
aggrandise (Brit.)vergrößern, größer machen, erweitern, die Macht oder Status von jemanden vergrößern, den Reichtum von jemanden vergrößern, den Ruf einer Person übermäßig intensivieren, Detaiils verstärken
agonise (Brit.)leiden, Schmerz erleben, jemandem Leiden zufügen
agonising (Brit.)Leid verursachend, schmerzend, sehr schmerzhaft, Schwierigkeiten zubereitend
alcoholisation (Brit.)Vorgang der Umwandlung in Alkohol, Zugabe von Alkohol, Vorgang des Berauschens, Alkoholisierung
alkalise (Brit.)alkalisieren, alkalisch machen, alkalisch werden (Chemie)
alphabetisation (Brit.)Alphabetisierung, Ordnen nach alphabetischer Reihenfolge
alphabetise (Brit.)alphabetisieren, nach alphabetischer Ordnung organisieren
aluminise (Brit.)aluminisieren, mit Aluminium behandeln, mit Aluminium überziehen
Americanise (Brit.)amerikanisieren, amerikanische Kultur oder politische Merkmale annehmen lassen
amphitheatre (Brit.)Amphitheater, Stadium, Arena
anaesthetise (Brit.)anästhesieren, Betäubungsmittel verabreichen
analogise (Brit.)analogisieren, Ähnlichkeiten zwischen zwei verschiedene Sachen feststellen, vergleichen
analyse (Brit.)analysieren, näher untersuchen, eine Analyse machen
animalisation (Brit.)Portrait in Form eines Tieres, Brutalisieren, Verwandlung in ein Biest
animalise (Brit.)animalisieren, eine Person dazu bringen sich wie ein Tier zu verhalten, brutal oder gefülslos werden, brutal machen, inhuman machen, ein Tier repräsentieren
anodise (Brit.)anodisieren, Metall mit einer Schutzschicht aus Sauerstoff bedecken
antagonise (Brit.)vor den Kopf stoßen, zum Feind machen, Antagonismus verursachen, entgegnen
anthologise (Brit.)eine Gedichtssammlung verfassen, literarische Werke auswählen
antilabour (Brit.)der Interessen der Arbeiter entgegen, gegen den Interessen der Arbeiter
antisepticise (Brit.)desinfizieren, mit einem antiseptischen Mittel behandeln
apostatise (Brit.)die eigene Religion verlassen, den Regeln der eigenen Religion entgegen handeln
apostrophise (Brit.)apostrophieren, einen Apostroph hinzufügen, sich an eine Person während man redet wenden
apotheosise (Brit.)vergöttern, anbeten, deifizieren
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