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Frage:
tafelessig  » antworten
von elamanola (UN), 2017-09-13, 17:14  Spam?  
how do you translate this in english: tafelessig.
is it correct to say table vinegar?
Antwort: 
von uffiee, 2017-09-13, 17:18  Spam?  80.144.119...
 #878545
yes
Antwort: 
von Lllama (GB/AT), 2017-09-13, 17:51  Spam?  
 #878549
Google: "table vinegar" site:uk

Table vinegar isn't a common phrase in Britain, whereas Tafelessig can be found in all German/Austrian supermarkets.

If you are usng it for a UK audience, you may want to specify a different type of vinegar that's available there.
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von ddr (AT), 2017-09-13, 19:02  Spam?  
 #878551
Tafelessig is the cheapest and most commonly used vinegar - at least in Austria. It's also called Branntweinessig and it is stronger than Weinessig (contains more acid).
Wikipedia(DE): Branntweinessig
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von Windfall (GB), Last modified: 2017-09-13, 19:30  Spam?  
 #878553
I would say the most common types of vinegar in the UK are
* malt vinegar (a dark brown vinegar which we put on chips and in mint sauce, and which the Internet tells me is made of malted barley - but I never knew that until today, I just knew it as the vinegar my mother had in her cupboards when I was a kid - if you say "vinegar" to me, malt vinegar is what I think of)
* white/red wine vinegar
* distilled vinegar/spirit vinegar (a clear vinegar made from distilling malt vinegar - it's used for pickling and for cleaning purposes)
* Balsamic vinegar (an Italian vinegar used on salads and in Italian recipes)
* cider vinegar (vinegar made of cider - often considered to have health benefits and often also used for rinsing your hair - a somewhat more recent arrival in my cupboards than any of the aforementioned...
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I agree with WIndfall,  #878564
von Lllama (GB/AT), 2017-09-13, 21:36  Spam?  
and would have written something very similar if I'd had more time earlier :-)
von uffiee, 2017-09-14, 11:21  Spam?  80.144.119...
 #878613
Antwort: 
von Windfall (GB), 2017-09-14, 11:28  Spam?  
 #878618
Table salt is a common term in English. As I understand it, it simply means "(non-specialist) salt for eating" as opposed to salt for non-food purposes such as the dishwasher or gritting and also as opposed to more expensive forms of salt for eating, such as sea salt or rock salt.
von uffiee, 2017-09-14, 12:06  Spam?  80.144.119...
 #878621
Frage:
Das hätte sie mir vorher sagen sollen/müssen  » antworten
von Kossi , 2017-09-13, 16:18  Spam?  80.187.104...
Kann ich das so in Englisch formulieren?

This you should have had to have told me before

Das hätten sie mir vorher sagen sollen/müssen

Oder ist das komplett falsch?

Danke im voraus
Antwort: 
von Jim46 (US), 2017-09-13, 16:28  Spam?  
 #878539
You should have told me that before.
Antwort: 
von Kossi , 2017-09-13, 16:33  Spam?  80.187.104...
 #878540
Und was ist die richtige Übersetzung für meinen Text? "

Das hätten sie mir vorher gesagt haben sollen?
Antwort: 
von Kossi , 2017-09-13, 16:38  Spam?  80.187.104...
 #878541
Wann kann man sagen : this you should have had to have told me before

Wie würde man das ins deutsche übersetzen?
Antwort: 
von Kossi , 2017-09-13, 16:46  Spam?  80.187.104...
 #878542
Oder kann man das überhaupt so formulieren?

This you should have had to have told me before

Kann man das so überhaupt sagen oder ist das komplett falsch?
Antwort: 
von Jim46 (US), 2017-09-13, 17:05  Spam?  
 #878543
you should have had to have told me before    It's correct grammar, but it's very unlikely that
anyone would say that.
you should have had to tell me before  ---   is better, but still unlikely.  My first answer above is good.
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von Kossi , 2017-09-13, 17:34  Spam?  80.187.104...
 #878548
Thank you that was everything i want to know

Warm Regards
Frage:
Bewerbungstext » antworten
von Simon 1, 2017-09-13, 11:42  Spam?  217.5.236...
Hallo Freunde der Übersetzung,

ich würde mich sehr freuen, wenn ich die Unterstützung bekäme...
ich muss für eine Bewerbung folgende Textabschnitte auf Englisch schreiben..

Text1:

Als Dip.-Ing. der Elektrotechnik mit einem langjährigen Einsatz im Berufsleben und einer umfassenden Projekterfahrung bin ich mit Projektarbeit sehr gut vertraut.

Text2:
Zu meinen persönlichen Stärken zählen eine analytische und sorgfältige Vorgehensweise. Aufgrund meiner Tätigkeit ist mir selbständiges Arbeiten vertraut. In mehreren teamübergreifenden Projekten konnte ich meine Überzeugungskraft und Kommunikativen Fähigkeiten unter Beweis stellen.

Haben Sie vielen Danke für Ihre Mühe im Voraus
Antwort: 
Bewerbungstext  #878508
von Ivy (DE), 2017-09-13, 11:47  Spam?  
Hallo Simon,

dann setze doch bitte mal um, was du über dich geschrieben hast und präsentiere uns deinen Übersetzungsversuch.

;o)
Antwort: 
Please see the guidelines! [try on your own first]  #878517
von Proteus-, 2017-09-13, 13:19  Spam?  194.118.54....
Dieses Forum bietet keinen kostenlosen Übersetzungsservice. Bitte unterbreite zuerst einen eigenen Übersetzungsvorschlag! Maschinelle Übersetzungen (Google Translate, Babelfish, usw.) zählen nicht als eigener Versuch.
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This forum is designed to allow users to share ideas and provide mutual help in correcting translations and understanding vocabulary. All feedback is given voluntarily by users and it cannot be expected that they will willingly provide free translations to lengthy texts where no attempt has first been made by the person posting. Machine translation (Google Translate, Babelfish or the like) does not count as your own attempt.
Antwort: 
Bewerbungstext   #878521
von Simon 1, 2017-09-13, 13:47  Spam?  217.5.236...
Hallo Ivy,

ich kann leider keinen Englisch...ich bin seit einer Woche erst dabei englisch zu lernen...deshalb kann ich gar keine eigene Version liefern...bitte um Verständnis.

Hallo Proteus,

ich habe es nicht gewusst, dass derartige Unterstützung - wie sie von mir angefragt ist- hier im Forum nicht erwünscht ist...Trotzdem Danke für deinen Hinweis...

dann muss ich wohl warten bis ich Englisch einigermaßen kann...ich wünsche allen hier alles gute

Grüße
Simon
Frage:
urdemokratisch » antworten
von Windfall (GB), 2017-09-13, 10:32  Spam?  
What's the difference between "demokratisch" and "urdemokratisch"? Does "urdemokratisch" relate at all to "grass roots"?
Grass roots = the ordinary people in a society, movement, or organization:
She spent years trying to design education policy from the grass roots up.
grass-roots
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von alex-k (DE), 2017-09-13, 10:52  Spam?  
 #878496
Do you have an example sentence? I think people might use this term in different ways. Without any other context, I would say it's democracy without caveats, ancient Greece style. "Everybody" gets one equal vote. "Ur-" typically hints at the origin of whatever follows. Demokratisch is what we have today but it has been changed and adapted from the original.
Antwort: 
urdemokratisch  #878497
von Ivy (DE), Last modified: 2017-09-13, 10:56  Spam?  
I think what is meant here is:
fundamentally/thoroughly democratic

http://www.linguee.de/deutsch-englisch/search?source=auto&query...

or maybe: a democrat to the core

dict.cc: durch und durch
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von xn (GB), Last modified: 2017-09-13, 11:00  Spam?  
 #878499
perhaps the beginnings of democracy in ancient times: https://m.abendblatt.de/region/article116544158/Bei-uns-herrscht-Ur...

which could mean democratic through and through yes
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von Windfall (GB), 2017-09-13, 11:04  Spam?  
 #878500
Thanks, Ivy and Alex. Unfortunately I can't put my sentence in for non-disclosure reasons and I can't find a similar one on the Internet. Based on what the two of you have said, I'm currently thinking "thoroughly democratic", although it does still sound like "grassroots democracy" to me Wikipedia(EN): Grassroots_democracy
("Grassroots" is, as far as I can make out, generally considered a positive word in democracy, it's a kind or "power to the people"/"power to the little guy" kind of phrase). I can't use "grassroots democratic" though, as that sounds odd, I'd just have to say "grassroots" and assume people would make the same connections as me.
Antwort: 
von Windfall (GB), 2017-09-13, 11:06  Spam?  
 #878501
PS I think I can say, though, that my sentence definitely  doesn't actually refer to history or the beginnings of democracy or ancient civilisation, it refers to something in the present, which is being described as "urdemokratisch".
Antwort: 
von Windfall (GB), 2017-09-13, 11:07  Spam?  
 #878502
Thanks, xn
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von lifo, 2017-09-13, 11:54  Spam?  78.34.184....
 #878509
I would see "grass roots" more as "basisdemokratisch" while "urdemokratisch" is more "regarding the basics of democracy" like e.g. parliamentary debate (something which President Groper is not very fond of).
Antwort: 
von Windfall (GB), 2017-09-13, 11:59  Spam?  
 #878510
Thanks, lifo
Antwort: 
archdemocratic  #878516
von Proteus-, 2017-09-13, 13:16  Spam?  194.118.54....
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von alex-k (DE), 2017-09-13, 13:26  Spam?  
 #878518
Today, both in the UK and in Germany there are representative democracies in place. We elect a representative that makes decisions on our behalf. It's democratic but not quite like in ancient Greece. The original democratic model gave every eligible citizen a vote on every issue. That's urdemokratisch. There may be more decisions like this at the grass roots level but I would not consider them synonymous. (I know I'm simplifying both the current systems of government and history.)
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von Windfall (GB), 2017-09-13, 14:23  Spam?  
 #878530
Thanks, alex and Proteus
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von lifo, 2017-09-13, 14:34  Spam?  84.44.183....
 #878533
There are different possible meanings for "ur-". I would rather think [3] in wiktionary is intended. The ancient society of Athens had democracy among free people, yet the economy was largely based on slavery. Not a good role model for European countries.

https://de.wiktionary.org/wiki/ur-

https://www.mydict.com/Wort/urdemokratisch/
von MichaelK (US), 2017-09-14, 16:36  Spam?  
 #878658
Antwort: 
von Windfall (GB), 2017-09-14, 17:02  Spam?  
 #878659
Thanks, lifo and Micahel. 4;Michael, in retrospect, that makes sense for my context. They were holding a vote on something (a favourite food/drink, not anything political) and I imagine they wanted as many people to vote as possible.
Frage:
  die Zähne auseinander bekommen » antworten
von nitram (GB), 2017-09-13, 09:39  Spam?  
Endlich bekam ich die Zähne auseinander.

I assume this means "Finally my tongue loosened".

Unfortunately we can't enter the infinitive "die Zähne auseinander bekommen"  because that does not work as an infinitive in English. My entry "'sb.'s tongue loosens" = "jd. bekommt die Zähne auseinander" which is a perfectly good compromise has been unfairly deleted. I have since tried another variant.  Any suggestions, please?

https://contribute.dict.cc/?action=show-history&id=1293245
von alex-k (DE), 2017-09-13, 10:55  Spam?  
 #878498
von lifo, 2017-09-13, 11:32  Spam?  78.34.184....
 #878504
I agree with alex-k and lifo.  #878527
Antwort: 
von nitram (GB), 2017-09-13, 15:31  Spam?  
 #878534
Surely, shy or taciturn people drink alcohol to loosen their tongue ?  In any case, either drinking alcohol or the reduction in adrenalin release caused by acclimatisation to the stressful situation can 'loosen the tongue'.
von uffiee, 2017-09-13, 17:22  Spam?  80.144.119...
 #878546
von nitram (GB), 2017-09-13, 19:15  Spam?  
 #878552
von uffiee, 2017-09-14, 11:22  Spam?  80.144.119...
 #878614
von nitram (GB), 2017-09-14, 23:03  Spam?  
 #878682
Frage:
Americans and "the f-word" » antworten
von MartinKr, 2017-09-13, 09:26  Spam?  185.145.66....
I try to figure out the somewhat strange relationship Americans seem to have to the word "fucking". The media treats "fucking" as a total breach of p.c., at least a phrase like "the f-word" suggests this (like "the n-word"). While there seems to be a wide social consensus that saying "nigger" is not appropriate, there are a lot of people who use "fucking" quite a lot in spoken language - as an intensifier or spoken exclamation mark in every second sentence ("my fucking car did not start this morning"). And they do not seem to bother at all.

Then I recently listened to a discussion where an older lady got upset about this word and reacted with "stop swearing". Now I would make a clear distinction between vulgar/ raunchy language and swearing - for the latter you need a religious reference. Isn´t that a clear distinction for Americans also?

Would love to hear what Americans think about this topic.
Antwort: 
von Windfall (GB), 2017-09-13, 10:00  Spam?  
 #878487
I'm not American, but "fucking" is definitely a swear word. I've never heard that swearing needs a religious reference. Perhaps it did originally, but that's not what "swearing" or "swear word" refers to nowadays.
Oxford defines a swear word as an offensive word, used especially as an expression of anger.
https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/us/swear_word
von uffiee, 2017-09-13, 10:25  Spam?  80.144.119...
 #878488
von uffiee, 2017-09-13, 10:26  Spam?  80.144.119...
 #878489
it's strange: What's placed under a taboo are not so much the words themselves, but ...  #878492
drinking alcohol in public from a bottle wrapped in a brown paper bag isn't much different ....  #878494
von uffiee, 2017-09-13, 11:45  Spam?  80.144.119...
 #878506
von uffiee, 2017-09-13, 11:45  Spam?  80.144.119...
 #878507
Antwort: 
Grammar refers to expletives  #878514
von Proteus-, 2017-09-13, 13:10  Spam?  194.118.54....
Generous use of expletives indicates a marked lack of linguistic skills, let alone elegance.
Antwort: 
E x p l e t i v e    https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/expletive  #878515
von Proteus-, 2017-09-13, 13:14  Spam?  194.118.54....
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von callixte (US), 2017-09-13, 14:13  Spam?  
 #878528
US Americans may be reluctant to weigh in here, because any generalization will almost certainly be met with an unending stream of exceptions.  But a few observations may clarify things.

The media may seem to equate the f and n words, out of fear that they would be found offensive.  But that doesn’t make them equally objectionable.   I suspect people in the media privately use the word  “fucking” but shun the n-word, just as the rest of us do. In my experience  “fucking” is commonly used as an intensifier, but only when the speaker is sure that it will be found acceptable (or at least overlooked).

I agree with uffie.  Non-natives should  proceed carefully when using expletives.
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von alex-k (DE), 2017-09-13, 14:18  Spam?  
 #878529
4;MartinKr zwei Anmerkungen:
1) Das N-Wort solltest Du nicht über den selben Kamm scheren wie z. B. F und C. Es ist so aufgeladen mit ungerechter bis abscheulicher Geschichte, dass man es als Mensch mit weißer Hautfarbe am besten gar nicht gebraucht (außerhalb einer linguistischen Diskussion). Menschen mit schwarzer Hautfarbe haben diesen negativ besetzten Begriff für sich zurückerobert. Salonfähig ist er dadurch nicht. Als bleichgesichtige Langnase gilt hier absolute Vorsicht. Auch in den USA geraten Menschen, deren Vorfahren mal Sklaven gehalten haben könnten, immer wieder in schwieriges Fahrwasser, wenn sie das N-Wort in den Mund nehmen (zuletzt Bill Maher). Im deutschen Sprachraum ist dieses Tabu weniger stark ausgeprägt, was ich persönlich nicht i. O. finde.
2) Der Gebrauch von Schimpfworten bringt einen...
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Antwort: 
Thanks for your feedback, guys!  #878565
von MartinKr, 2017-09-13, 21:52  Spam?  185.145.66....
Now this definition of swearing (=fluchen) windfall linked to actually surprised me a lot:
https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/us/swear_word

Being raised in a German christian family in the 70s, there was a big distinction between "expressing anger with vulgar language" (f.e. shit / Scheisse), and swearing, which was clearly defined as "expressing anger to god" - common examples would be "Kruzifix" and "Herrgott Sakrament". This was 10 out 10 in offensiveness - all non religious words where only 5 out of 10. But I am not sure if there are even good translations for these words in english, and I never noticed that someone uses these type of swears in english. So ok, "effing = swearing" - got it (still a bit strange).
Antwort: 
oh, what about "Jesus!" or "Jesus Christ!"  #878567
von MartinKr, 2017-09-13, 22:06  Spam?  185.145.66....
Would people categorise these words as swearing, if used in a context of expressing anger? Again, in the value system I was raised, offending people with vulgar language is one thing, offending people with any kind of religious reference is a different level (and should be avoided at all cost).

And of course I am aware that in the US, the number one no-go offensive area is race, which is based on history, religion seams to be an area that declines.
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von Windfall (GB), 2017-09-13, 22:21  Spam?  
 #878569
It's probably cultural and probably also partly depends on the family you were raised in and their religious views. I find "Jesus" and its abbreviation "jeez" and also "bloody hell", which has a religious origin, much milder than "fucking hell" or "fuck". UK society is generally less religious than US society, but I'm not sure that it's much different for people in the US.
Antwort: 
LINK  #878574
von Proteus-, 2017-09-13, 23:06  Spam?  193.83.1....
Antwort: 
Thanks guys!  #878584
von MartinKr, 2017-09-14, 01:12  Spam?  185.145.66....
von uffiee, 2017-09-14, 11:24  Spam?  80.144.119...
 #878615
Frage:
arrogant » antworten
von DinAlocalizer, 2017-09-13, 06:00  Spam?  156.208.145....
can i translate this sentence "Er ist zu arrogant, um mit seinen Fans zu sprechen" into He is so arrogant that he does not speak to his fans??
Antwort: 
Geht  #878478
von Hathora (DE), 2017-09-13, 07:05  Spam?  
Besser und näher am Original ist jedoch "He is too arrogant to speak to/with his fans".
Antwort: 
Please cf. #878512  #878513
von Proteus-, 2017-09-13, 13:04  Spam?  194.118.54....
Frage:
arrogant » antworten
von DinAlocalizer, 2017-09-13, 06:00  Spam?  156.208.145....
can i translate this sentence "Er ist zu arrogant, um mit seinen Fans zu sprechen" into He is so arrogant that he does not speak to his fans??
Antwort: 
He is too arrogant to talk to his fans  #878512
von Proteus-, 2017-09-13, 13:03  Spam?  194.118.54....
Frage:
tibea cut first workflow » antworten
von romy (CZ/GB), 2017-09-13, 02:28  Spam?  
Ich verstehe die Bedeutung dieser Wortfolge nicht. Kann mir jemand damit helfen? Nachfolgend der Kontext (bereits übersetzt, es geht um Medizintechnik) und mein Versuch. Es ist der dritte Stichpunkt in der Reihe.

Was ist das Einzigartige an iBalance® Uni Knee-Instrumenten?

Balancing des Extensionsspalts
Balancing des Flexionsspalts
Schienbeinschnitt erster Workflow
Balancing des Extensions- und Flexionsspalts
Antwort: 
von alex-k (DE), 2017-09-13, 03:55  Spam?  
 #878475
Tibea? Tibia? Wenn es kein Eigenname ist oder eine Sprache aus Kamerun: kann es sein, dass das hier nach dem Muster America first gemeint ist? Schienbeinschnitt-zuerst-Workflow? Vielleicht hat man vorher immer woanders zuerst geschnibbelt.
Antwort: 
von lifo, 2017-09-13, 07:42  Spam?  78.34.184....
 #878480
More likely, tibial cut (tibia = Schienbein, als med. Fachwort auch im Deutschen Tibia). There is even some youtube video showing total knee arthoplasty which I did not watch (probably to gory for my taste). First workflow = erste Arbeitsabläufe.

So it is "Tibiaschnitt - Erste Arbeitsabläufe" or "Erste Arbeitsabläufe beim Tibiaschnitt"

siehe z.B.: https://books.google.de/books?id=WgZcCgAAQBAJ&pg=PA155&lpg=...
Antwort: 
von lifo, 2017-09-13, 07:49  Spam?  78.34.184....
 #878481
Oops, should have read the linked source more closely. There is indeed called a procedure called "Tibia-first". This would make it Arbeitsabläufe bei der "Tibia-first"-Methode.
Antwort: 
Vielen Dank!  #878484
von romy (CZ/GB), 2017-09-13, 08:58  Spam?  
Ja, das klingt schon viel besser als meine Konstruktion.
Frage:
Praktikumsplatz » antworten
von Alexandria, 2017-09-12, 19:02  Spam?  87.146.88....
Was heißt:Wir haben leider keinen Praktikumsplatz in unserer Firma
Antwort: 
we are sorry, but in our company there is no vacancy for an internship (at the moment)  #878457
von anon., 2017-09-12, 19:47  Spam?  84.61.174...
von uffiee, 2017-09-12, 19:59  Spam?  80.144.119...
 #878458
Antwort: 
BE LINX  #878470
von Proteus-, 2017-09-12, 22:44  Spam?  193.81.11...
Höre beides .....  #878483
von uffiee, 2017-09-13, 10:28  Spam?  80.144.119...
 #878490
Dictionaries are more up to date than you seem to think. They rely on many more competent collaborators than any Forum member may dream of...  #878576
von uffiee, 2017-09-14, 11:28  Spam?  80.144.119...
 #878617
Are all the natives up to date? Wherever they live and whatever their social background?   #878624
von uffiee, 2017-09-14, 20:11  Spam?  80.144.119...
 #878665
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