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i {n} (name of the letter I, i)  :: I {n}
I {pron} (personal pronoun)  :: ich
IAEA {initialism} (International Atomic Energy Agency)  :: IAEO
Iași {prop} (city in Romania)  :: Iași {n}, Jassy {n}, Jaßenmarkt {n} [obsolete]
iamb {n} (a metrical foot)  :: Jambus {m}
iambic {adj} (consisting of iambs or characterized by their predominance)  :: jambisch
Iamblichus {prop} (Greek philosopher)  :: Iamblichos {m}
I am blind {phrase} (I'm blind) SEE: I'm blind  ::
I am English {phrase} (I am English)  :: ich bin Engländer {m}, ich bin Engländerin {f}
I am hungry {phrase} (I'm hungry) SEE: I'm hungry  ::
I am thirsty {phrase} (I'm thirsty) SEE: I'm thirsty  ::
I am tired {phrase} (I'm tired) SEE: I'm tired  ::
I am twenty years old {phrase} (I'm twenty years old) SEE: I'm twenty years old  ::
I am ... year(s) old {phrase} (I'm ... year(s) old) SEE: I'm ... year(s) old  ::
-ian {suffix} (related to)  :: -isch
Iapetus {prop} (the moon of Saturn)  :: Iapetus {m}
iatrogenesis {n} (any adverse effect resulting from medical treatment)  :: Iatrogenese {f}
iatrogenic {adj} (induced by physician)  :: iatrogen
Iberia {prop} (ancient region of Georgia)  :: Iberien {n}, Iberia {n}
Iberia {prop} (region south of the Pyrenees)  :: Iberien, die Iberische Halbinsel
Iberian {adj} (Native to Iberia)  :: iberisch
Iberian {n} (an extinct language)  :: Iberisch {n}
Iberian {n} (Native of Iberia)  :: Iberer {m}, Ibererin {f}
Iberian Peninsula {prop} (peninsula)  :: iberische Halbinsel {f}, Pyrenäenhalbinsel
Iberian Sea {prop} (Balearic Sea) SEE: Balearic Sea  ::
ibex {n} (type of wild mountain goat)  :: Steinbock {m}
ibid. {abbr} (abbreviation of ibidem)  :: ebd., ibid., ib., ibd.
ibid {abbr} (in the same place) SEE: ibid.  ::
ibis {n} (Threskiornithid)  :: Ibis {m}
-ible {suffix} (able to be)  :: -bar
iBook {prop} (device)  :: iBook {n}
-ic {suffix} (Note: these translations are a guide only. For more precise translations, see individual words ending in -ic)  :: -isch
I came, I saw, I conquered {phrase} (used to indicate a total swift victory)  :: ich kam, ich sah, ich siegte, kam, sah und siegte
ICAO {initialism} (International Civil Aviation Organization)  :: IZLO (Internationale Zivile Luftfahrt-Organisation)
ice {n} (diamond) SEE: diamond  ::
ice {n} (frozen dessert)  :: Eis {n}
ice {n} (water in frozen form)  :: Eis {n}
ice {v} (to freeze)  :: einfrieren, frieren
ice age {n} (period of extensive glaciation)  :: Eiszeit {f}
iceberg {n} (huge mass of floating ice)  :: Eisberg {m}
icebox {n} (box or compartment containing ice)  :: Eisschrank {m}
icebox {n} (refrigerator) SEE: refrigerator  ::
icebreaker {n} (ship designed to break through ice)  :: Eisbrecher {m}
ice-cold {adj} (as cold as ice)  :: eiskalt
ice cream {n} (dessert)  :: Eis {n}, Eiscreme {f}, Speiseeis {n}
ice cream {n} (in a cone)  :: Eis {n}
ice cream parlor {n} (business)  :: Eisdiele {f}; Eissalon {m} [Austria], Eiscafé {n}
ice cube {n} (small piece of ice used for cooling drinks)  :: Eiswürfel {m}
ice cube tray {n} (ice tray) SEE: ice tray  ::
ice dancing {n} (figure skating)  :: Eistanzen {n}
iced coffee {n} (beverage)  :: Eiskaffee {m}
iced tea {n} (beverage)  :: Eistee {m}
ice field {n} (expanse of floating ice)  :: Eisfeld {n}
ice floe {n} (floe) SEE: floe  ::
ice hockey {n} (hockey)  :: Eishockey {n}
Iceland {prop} (country in Europe)  :: Island {n}
Icelander {n} (a person from Iceland or of Icelandic descent)  :: Isländer {m}, Isländerin {f}
Icelandic {adj} (of or relating to Iceland)  :: isländisch
Icelandic {adj} (of or relating to the Icelandic language)  :: isländisch
Icelandic {adj} (of or relating to the natives or inhabitants of Iceland)  :: isländisch
Icelandic {prop} (language)  :: Isländisch {n}
Icelandic Sheepdog {n} (Icelandic Sheepdog)  :: Islandhund {m}, Isländischer Schäferhund {m}, Isländischer Spitz {m}
Icelandish {adj} (Icelandic) SEE: Icelandic  ::
Icelandish {prop} (Icelandic) SEE: Icelandic  ::
ice over {v} (to become covered in ice)  :: vereisen
icepick {n} (a pointed tool used for breaking ice)  :: Eispick {m}
ice scraper {n}  :: Eiskratzer {m}
ice skate {n} (a light boot, fitted with a blade, used for skating on ice)  :: Schlittschuh {m}
ice-skate {v} (skate on ice)  :: eislaufen, Eis laufen
ice skating {n} (the act, or the sport, of skating on ice)  :: Eislauf {m}, Eislaufen {n}, Schlittschuhlaufen {n}
ice wine {n} (a sweet wine made from grapes that are harvested after being frozen on the vine)  :: Eiswein
ichthyological {adj} (ichthyological)  :: Ichthyologisch
ichthyologist {n} (expert in ichthyology)  :: Ichthyologe {m}, Ichthyologin {f}, Fischkundler {m}, Fischkundlerin {f}
ichthyology {n} (branch of zoology devoted to the study of fish)  :: Ichthyologie {f}, Fischkunde {f}
ichthyosaur {n} (extinct reptile)  :: Ichthyosaurier {m}
ichthyosis {n} (disease which gives the sufferer dry scaly skin)  :: Ichthyose {f}
icicle {n} (a spear-shape of ice)  :: Eiszapfen {m}
icing {n} (process of forming a layer of ice)  :: Vereisung {f}
icing {n} (sweet glaze used for baked goods)  :: Zuckerguss {m}, Glasur {f}
icing sugar {n} (powdered sugar) SEE: powdered sugar  ::
icky {adj} (excessively sentimental)  :: kitschig
icky {adj} (unpleasantly sticky; yucky; disgusting)  :: eklig, ekelig
icon {n} (exemplar)  :: Symbol {n}
icon {n} (image)  :: Bild {n}
icon {n} (religious painting)  :: Ikone {f}
icon {n} (small picture, computer icon)  :: Icon {n}
iconoclasm {n} (belief in, participation in, or sanction of destroying religious icons)  :: Ikonoklasmus {m}, Bildersturm {m}, Bilderstürmerei {f}
iconoclast {n}  :: Bilderstürmer {m}, Ikonoklast {m}
iconoclastic {adj} (pertaining to iconoclasm)  :: bilderstürmerisch, ikonoklastisch
iconography {n} (set of symbolic forms)  :: Ikonografie {f}
iconostasis {n} (a wall of icons)  :: Ikonostase {f}
icosahedron {n} (a polyhedron)  :: Ikosaeder {m} {n}
I could eat a horse {phrase} (very hungry)  :: ich habe Hunger wie ein Bär, ich habe Hunger wie ein Wolf
-ics {suffix} (fields of knowledge or practice)  :: -ik
ICU {n} (intensive care unit)  :: ITS, IPS, Intensivstation
ID {n} (identification or identity documentation) SEE: ID card  ::
Ida {prop} (female given name)  :: Ida
ID card {n} (card or badge showing the official identity of the wearer)  :: Ausweis {m}, Personalausweis {m}, ID {f}
idea {n} (image formed in the mind)  :: Idee {f}, Ahnung {f}
ideal {adj} (being optimal)  :: ideal
ideal {adj} (being perfect)  :: ideal
ideal {adj} (conceptual)  :: ideell
ideal {n} ((algebra))  :: Ideal {n}
ideal {n} (an unattainable state)  :: Idealzustand {m}
ideal {n} (a perfect standard of beauty, intellect etc.)  :: Ideal {n}
ideal gas {n} (hypothetical gas)  :: ideales Gas {n}
idealism {n} (an approach to philosophical enquiry)  :: Idealismus {m}
idealist {n} (impractical person)  :: Idealist {m}, Idealistin {f}
idealist {n} (one who adheres to idealism)  :: Idealist {m}, Idealistin {f}
idealist {n} (unrealistic or impractical visionary)  :: Idealist {m}, Idealistin {f}
idealistic {adj} (of or pertaining to an idealist or to idealism)  :: idealistisch
idealization {n} (act or process of idealizing)  :: Idealisierung {f}
idealize {v} (intransitive: to conceive or form an ideal)  :: idealisieren
idealize {v} (transitive: to regard something as ideal)  :: idealisieren
ideally {adv} (preferably)  :: idealerweise
idempotent {adj} (mathematics: an action which, when performed multiple time, has no further effect on its subject after the first time it is performed)  :: idempotent
identical {adj} (bearing full likeness)  :: identisch
identical {adj} (of twins, such that they share the same genetic code)  :: eineiig
identifiable {adj} (capable of being distinguished and named)  :: identifizierbar, erkennbar
identification {n}  :: Bezeichnung {f}
identification {n} (the act of identifying, or proving to be the same)  :: Identifizierung {f}
identify {v} (to associate oneself with some group)  :: sich identifizieren mit
identify {v} (to equate two or more things)  :: gleichsetzen
identify {v} (to establish the identity of someone or something)  :: identifizieren
identikit {n} (facial composite)  :: Phantombild {n}
identity {n} (algebra: element) SEE: identity element  ::
identity {n} (algebra: function) SEE: identity function  ::
identity {n} (knowledge of who one is)  :: Identität {f}
identity {n} (name or persona)  :: Identität {f}
identity {n} (the difference or character that marks off an individual from the rest)  :: Identität {f}
identity {n} (the sameness some individuals share to make up the same kind or universal)  :: Identität {f}, Gleichheit {f}
identity card {n} (a card showing one's identity) SEE: ID card  ::
identity matrix {n} (diagonal matrix with all diagonal elements equal to 1)  :: Einheitsmatrix {f}
identity theft {n} (the deliberate assumption of another person's identity)  :: Identitätsdiebstahl
ideogram {n} (a symbol)  :: Ideogramm {n}
ideologic {adj} (ideological) SEE: ideological  ::
ideological {adj} (based on an ideology)  :: ideologisch
ideological {adj} (of or pertaining to an ideology)  :: ideologisch
ideologist {n} (one who theorizes or idealizes; one who advocates the doctrines of ideology)  :: Ideologe {m}, Ideologin {f}
ideologue {n} (advocate of a particular ideology)  :: ideologe {m}
ideology {n} (doctrine, body of ideas)  :: Ideologie {f}
idiocy {n} (state of being an idiot)  :: Idiotie {f}
idiom {n} (expression peculiar to a given language)  :: Idiom {n}, Redewendung {f}
idiomatic {adj} (pertaining or conforming to the mode of expression characteristic of a language)  :: idiomatisch
idiomatical {adj} (idiomatical) SEE: idiomatic  ::
idiosyncrasy {n} (language or behaviour particular to an individual or a group)  :: Eigenheit {f}, Eigenart {f}, Idiosynkrasie {f}
idiosyncrasy {n} ((medicine) individual reaction to a generally innocuous substance)  :: Idiosynkrasie {f}
idiosyncrasy {n} (peculiarity that serves to distinguish or identify)  :: Eigenheit {f}, Eigenart {f}, besonderes Merkmal {n}
idiosyncrasy {n} (way of behaving or thinking)  :: Eigenheit {f}, Eigenart {f}
idiosyncratic {adj} (peculiar to a specific individual)  :: eigenartig, eigentümlich
idiot {n} (person of low general intelligence)  :: Idiot {m}, Idiotin {f}
idiotic {adj} (having the quality of idiocy)  :: idiotisch
idiotic {adj} (pertaining to or resembling an idiot)  :: idiotisch, blöd
idioticon {n} (dictionary of a peculiar dialect)  :: Idiotikon {n}
idiotype {n} (characteristic shared by a group of immunoglobulin or T cell receptor molecules)  :: Idiotyp {m}
idle {adj} (not engaged in any occupation or employment)  :: untätig, müßig
idle {adj} (of no importance, worthless, useless)  :: nutzlos, müßig, überflüssig
idleness {n} (state of being idle; inactivity)  :: Untätigkeit {f}, Stillstand {m}
idleness {n} (state of being indolent)  :: Trägheit {f}, Arbeitsunwilligkeit {f}, [rare] Indolenz {f}
idler {n} (one who is lazy; a sluggard)  :: Faulpelz {m}, Faulenzer {m}, Faulenzerin {f}, [figuratively] Drohne {f}
idler {n} (one who spends his or her time in inaction)  :: untätiger Mitarbeiter {m}, untätige Mitarbeiterin {f}
I'd like to kiss you {phrase} (I'd like to kiss you)  :: ich möchte dich küssen
I'd like to know {phrase} (phrase)  :: ich möchte wissen
Ido {prop} (artificial language reformed from Esperanto)  :: Ido
idol {n} (cultural icon, especially popular person)  :: Idol {n}, Götze {f}
idol {n} (representation of anything revered)  :: Idol {n}, Götze {f}
idolator {n} (idolater) SEE: idolater  ::
idolatry {n} (excessive admiration)  :: Vergötterung {f}, Bewunderung {f}
idolatry {n} (worship of idols)  :: Götzendienst {m}, Idolatrie {f}, Vergötterung {f}
I don't care {phrase} (I don't care)  :: es ist mir egal
I don't eat fish {phrase} (I don't eat fish)  :: ich esse keinen Fisch
I don't eat meat {phrase} (I don't eat meat)  :: ich esse kein Fleisch
I don't eat pork {phrase} (I don't eat pork)  :: ich esse kein Schweinefleisch
I don't know {phrase} (“I don’t know”)  :: ich weiß nicht, ich weiß es nicht
I don't speak English {phrase} (I don't speak English)  :: ich spreche kein Englisch
I don't think so {phrase} (I think that what has just been said is untrue)  :: das glaube ich nicht, ich glaube nicht
I don't understand {phrase} (I don't understand)  :: ich verstehe nicht
idyll {n} (carefree or lighthearted experience)  :: Idyll {n}, Idylle {f}
idyllic {adj} (happy, peaceful, picturescue)  :: idyllisch
i.e. {abbr} (that is)  :: d. h.
IED {n} (improvised explosive device)  :: USBV {f}
if {conj} (although; used to introduce a concession)  :: wenn auch
if {conj} ((computing))  :: wenn
if {conj} (supposing that)  :: wenn, falls
if {conj} (whether)  :: ob
if {n} (a theoretical condition)  :: Wenn
if and only if {conj} (implies and is implied by)  :: genau dann, wenn, dann und nur dann wenn
iff {abbr} (abbreviation of if and only if)  :: gdw
iffy {adj} (Of dubious authenticity, legitimacy or legality)  :: dubios
if I were you {phrase} (advice introduction)  :: wenn ich Sie wäre [formal], wenn ich du wäre [informal]
if looks could kill {phrase} (used to characterize a look of strong hostility)  :: wenn Blicke töten könnten
if my aunt had balls, she'd be my uncle {proverb} (proverb)  :: wenn das Wörtchen "wenn" nicht wär, wär mein Vater Millionär (if the word "if" didn't exist, my father would be millionaire)
if need be {adv} (if necessary)  :: wenn es sein muss
if only {phrase} (signifies a wish)  :: wenn auch, wenn doch nur, wenn bloß
if the mountain won't come to Muhammad {proverb} (if one cannot get one's own way)  :: wenn der Berg nicht zum Propheten kommt, muss der Prophet wohl zum Berge kommen
if the shoe fits {phrase} (idiomatic)  :: wenn du dich angesprochen fühlst
-ify {suffix} (to produce verbs meaning to make)  :: -fizieren
if you can't beat them, join them {proverb} (if your adversaries are stronger than yourself, it is better to join the adversaries)  :: man muss mit den Wölfen heulen [one should howl with wolves]
if you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen {proverb} (if you cannot handle the pressure, you should not be in a position where you have to deal with it)  :: wenn du die Hitze nicht verträgst, geh nicht in die Küche
igloo {n} (Inuit snow house)  :: Iglu {m} {n}, Schneehaus {n}, Schneehütte {f}
Ignatius {prop} (male given name)  :: Ignaz
igneous rock {n} (one of the major groups of rock that makes up the crust of the Earth)  :: magmatisches Gestein {n}
ignis fatuus {n} (will o' the wisp) SEE: will o' the wisp  ::
ignite {v} (to set fire to, to light)  :: zünden, anzünden
ignition {n} (initiation of combustion)  :: Zündung {f}
ignition {n} (system for activating combustion in an engine)  :: Zündung {f}
ignition {n}  :: Zündung {f}
ignition tube test {n}  :: Glühröhrchenprobe {f}
ignoramus {n} (totally ignorant person)  :: Ignorant {m}
ignorance {n} (condition of being uninformed or uneducated)  :: Ignoranz {f}, Unwissenheit {f}
ignorance is bliss {proverb} (Ignorance is bliss)  :: das ist das Glück der Unwissenden, was ich nicht weiß, macht mich nicht heiß, Unwissenheit ist Seligkeit
ignorant {adj} (characterized by ignorance)  :: ignorant
ignore {v} (to deliberately pay no attention to)  :: ignorieren, missachten
iguana {n} (a green iguana (Iguana iguana))  :: grüner Leguan {m} ("der grüne Leguan")
iguana {n} (any member of the genus Iguana)  :: Leguan {m}
iguana {n} (any of several members of the lizard family Iguanidae)  :: Leguan {m}
I hate you {phrase} (expression of intense dislike)  :: [informal] ich hasse dich, [formal, sg. and pl.] ich hasse Sie, [plural informal] ich hasse euch
I have a cold {phrase} (I have a cold)  :: ich bin erkältet
I have a fever {phrase} (I have a fever)  :: ich habe Fieber
I have AIDS {phrase} (I have AIDS)  :: ich habe AIDS
I have a question {phrase} (I have a question)  :: ich habe eine Frage
I have asthma {phrase} (I have asthma)  :: ich habe Asthma
I have cancer {phrase} (I have cancer)  :: Ich habe Krebs
I have diabetes {phrase} (I have diabetes)  :: ich habe Diabetes
I have high blood pressure {phrase} (I have high blood pressure)  :: ich habe einen hohen Blutdruck
I have low blood pressure {phrase} (I have low blood pressure)  :: ich habe einen niedrigen Blutdruck
I have no money {phrase} (I have no money)  :: ich habe kein Geld
I haven't the foggiest {phrase} (I don't know)  :: keinen blassen Schimmer haben, ich habe keine blasse Ahnung
I know {phrase} (response indicating agreement with prior statement before it was made)  :: ich weiß
Il Duce {prop} (Mussolini's nickname)  :: der Duce {m}
I like you {phrase} (I like you)  :: [informal] du gefällst mir, [formal] Sie gefallen mir, [informal] ich mag dich, [formal] ich mag Sie
I live in Melbourne {phrase} (I live in Melbourne (example city))  :: ich wohne in Melbourne
ill {adj} (bad)  :: schlecht, übel
ill {adj} (having an urge to vomit)  :: übel, schlecht
ill {adj} (suffering from a disease)  :: krank
ill {n} (a problem)  :: Übel {n}
illative case {n} (case used to indicate movement into something)  :: Illativ {m}
I'll call the police {phrase} (I'll call the police)  :: ich rufe die Polizei
illegal {adj} (contrary to or forbidden by law)  :: illegal, rechtswidrig
illegal alien {n} (person within a state without authorization)  :: illegale Einwanderer {m}, illegale Einwandererin {f}
illegal combatant {n} (one who engages in combat without meeting the Geneva Convention)  :: ungesetzlicher Kombattant {m}
illegal immigrant {n} (immigrant who has entered a country illegally)  :: illegaler Einwanderer {m}, illegale Einwandererin {f}
illegally {adv} (in a manner contrary to the law)  :: illegal
illegibility {n} (property that makes legible or easily readable)  :: Unlesbarkeit {f}
illegible {adj} (not clear enough to be read)  :: unleserlich
illegitimate {adj} (against the law)  :: illegitim, unrechtmäßig
illiberal {adj} (narrow-minded)  :: engstirnig
illiberal {adj} (restrictive to individual choice and freedom)  :: autoritär
illiberal {adj} (stingy)  :: knauserig
illicit {adj} (breaking social norms)  :: unerlaubt, verboten, unzulässig
illicit {adj} (unlawful)  :: rechtswidrig
ill-intentioned {adj} (malevolent) SEE: malevolent  ::
illiquidity {n} (lack of liquidity)  :: Illiquidität, Zahlungsunfähigkeit {f}
illiteracy {n} (inability to read)  :: Analphabetismus {n}
illiterate {adj} (having less than an expected standard of familiarity with language and literature)  :: ungebildet, ungelehrt
illiterate {adj} (not conforming to prescribed standards of speech or writing)  :: ungebildet, ungelehrt
illiterate {adj} (unable to read and write)  :: analphabetisch
illiterate {n} (an illiterate person)  :: Analphabet {m}, Analphabetin {f}
ill-mannered {adj} (of or pertaining to having bad manners)  :: unmanierlich, ungezogen
illness {n} (an instance of a disease or poor health)  :: Krankheit {f}
illocution {n} (aim of speaker)  :: Illokution {f}
illocutionary {adj} (of, pertaining to, or derived from illocution)  :: illokutionär
ill-tempered {adj} (having ill temper)  :: schlecht gelaunt
illuminate {v} (to decorate something with lights)  :: illuminieren
illuminate {v} (to shine light on something)  :: beleuchten
illuminating gas {n}  :: Leuchtgas {n}
illumination {n} (the act of illuminating, or supplying with light; the state of being illuminated)  :: Beleuchtung {f}
illusion {n} (anything that seems to be something that it is not)  :: Illusion {f}, Wahnvorstellung {f}, Sinnestäuschung {f}
illusion {n} (belief in something that is in fact not true)  :: Illusion {f}
illusive {adj} (illusory) SEE: illusory  ::
illusory {adj} (illusory)  :: illusorisch
illustrate {v} (to add explanatory or decoratory features)  :: illustrieren
illustrate {v} (to clarify)  :: illustrieren
illustration {n} (act of illustrating)  :: Illustration {f}
illustration {n} (picture designed to decorate)  :: Illustration {f}
illustration {n} (that which illustrates)  :: Illustration {f}
illustrator {n} (person who draws pictures)  :: Illustrator {m}
illustrious {adj} (dignified)  :: glorreich
Illyria {prop} (region in the Balkan Peninsula)  :: Illyrien {n}
Illyrian {adj} (of or pertaining to Illyria or Illyrians)  :: illyrisch
Illyrian {prop} (Illyrian language)  :: Illyrisch {n}
Illyrian {prop} (inhabitant of the ancient Illyria)  :: Illyrer {m}, Illyrerin {f}
ilmenite {n} ((mineralogy) a weakly magnetic dark gray mineral)  :: Ilmenit
I lost my bag {phrase} (I lost my backpack) SEE: I lost my backpack  ::
I lost my bag {phrase} (I lost my handbag) SEE: I lost my handbag  ::
I lost my glasses {phrase} (I lost my glasses)  :: ich habe meine Brille verloren
I lost my handbag {phrase} (I lost my handbag)  :: ich habe meine Handtasche verloren
I lost my keys {phrase} (I lost my keys)  :: ich habe meine Schlüssel verloren
I lost my wallet {phrase} (I lost my wallet)  :: ich habe meine Brieftasche verloren
I love you {phrase} (affirmation of affection or deep caring)  :: ich mag dich, ich liebe dich, Ich habe dich lieb
I love you {phrase} (affirmation of romantic feeling)  :: ich liebe dich, ich habe dich gern, ich habe dich lieb, [plural] ich liebe euch, [plural] ich habe euch gern, [plural] ich habe euch lieb, [formal, sg and pl] ich liebe Sie, ich habe Sie gern, ich habe Sie lieb; (Alsace) ich hoan dich gear; (Bavaria) i mog di narrisch gern; (Cologne) isch han dich leev, isch han dich jään; (High Saxonian) isch hab dsch gerne; (Swabian) i mog di, i han di oifach gern
ilvaite {n}  :: Ilvait {m}
I'm {contraction} (I am)  :: ich bin
I'm a Buddhist {phrase} (I'm a Buddhist)  :: ich bin Buddhist {m}, ich bin Buddhistin {f}
I'm a Catholic {phrase} (I'm a Catholic)  :: ich bin katholisch
I'm a Christian {phrase} (I'm a Christian)  :: ich bin Christ {m}, ich bin Christin {f}
image {n} (characteristic as perceived by others)  :: Image {n}, Erscheinungsbild {n}
image {n} (computing: file)  :: Image {n}, Speicherabbild {n}
image {n} (graphical representation)  :: Bild {n}
image {n} (math: something mapped to by a function)  :: Bild {n}
image {n} (mental picture)  :: Bild {n}
imagery {n} (imitation work) SEE: imitation  ::
imaginable {adj} (able to be imagined; conceivable)  :: vorstellbar
imaginary {adj} (existing in imagination)  :: eingebildet
imaginary {adj} (non-real part of a complex number)  :: imaginär
imaginary number {n} (number of the form ai)  :: imaginäre Zahl {f}
imaginary part {n} (of a complex number)  :: Imaginärteil {m}
imaginary unit {n} (complex number)  :: imaginäre Einheit {f}
imagination {n} (a mental image)  :: Vorstellung {f}
imagination {n} (image-making power of the mind)  :: Vorstellungskraft {f}, Imagination {f}
imagine {v} ((transitive) to form a mental image of something)  :: sich vorstellen, vorstellen, einbilden
I'm agnostic {phrase} (I'm agnostic)  :: ich bin Agnostiker {m}, ich bin Agnostikerin {f}
I'm allergic to aspirin {phrase} (I'm allergic to aspirin)  :: ich bin allergisch gegen Aspirin
I'm allergic to pollen {phrase} (I'm allergic to pollen)  :: ich bin allergisch gegen Pollen
I'm a Muslim {phrase} (I'm a Muslim)  :: ich bin Muslim {m}, ich bin Muslima {f}
I'm an atheist {phrase} (I'm an atheist)  :: ich bin Atheist {m}, ich bin Atheistin {f}
I'm a Protestant {phrase} (I'm a Protestant)  :: ich bin evangelisch
I'm ashamed {phrase} (I'm ashamed)  :: ich schäme mich
I'm a vegetarian {phrase} (I'm vegetarian)  :: ich bin Vegetarier {m}, ich bin Vegetarierin {f}
imbalance {n} (property of not being in balance)  :: Ungleichgewicht {n}
imbecile {n} (fool)  :: Idiot {m}
I'm bisexual {phrase} (I'm bisexual)  :: ich bin bi, ich bin bisexuell
I'm bleeding {phrase} (I'm bleeding)  :: ich blute
I'm blind {phrase} (I'm blind)  :: ich bin blind
I'm cold {phrase} (I'm cold)  :: mir ist kalt, ich friere
I'm confused {phrase} (I am confused)  :: ich bin verwirrt
I'm deaf {phrase} (I'm deaf)  :: Ich bin taub
I'm divorced {phrase} (I'm divorced)  :: ich bin geschieden
I'm dying {phrase} (I'm dying)  :: ich sterbe
I'm fine {phrase} (response)  :: es geht mir gut
I'm fine, thank you {phrase} (expected, polite response to How are you?)  :: mir geht's gut, danke
I'm full {phrase} (I'm full)  :: ich bin satt
I'm gay {phrase} (I'm gay)  :: ich bin schwul
I'm hot {phrase} (I'm hot)  :: mir ist heiß
I'm hungry {phrase} (I'm hungry)  :: ich habe Hunger, ich bin hungrig
imide {n} (form of amide)  :: Imid {n}
I'm illiterate {phrase} (I'm illiterate)  :: ich bin Analphabet
I'm in love with you {phrase} (declaration of romantic feeling)  :: ich bin in dich verliebt
I miss you {phrase} (I miss you)  :: ich vermisse dich, du fehlst mir
imitation {n} (act of imitating)  :: Imitation {f}, Nachahmung {f}
imitation {n} (copy)  :: Kopie {f}, Imitat {n}
imitator {n} (one who imitates another)  :: Nachahmer {m}, Nachahmerin {f}, Epigone {m}, Epigonin {f}, Nachäffer {m} [colloquial], Nachäfferin {f}, Nachbeter {m} [colloquial, pejorative, t-, de, Nachbeterin], Nachsprecher {m}, Nachsprecherin {f}, Papagei {m}, Papageiin {f}, Echo {n}
I'm Jewish {phrase} (I'm Jewish (ethnic))  :: ich bin Jude {m}, ich bin Jüdin {f}
I'm Jewish {phrase} (I'm Jewish (religious))  :: ich bin Jude {m}, ich bin Jüdin {f}
I'm looking for a grocery store {phrase} (I'm looking for a grocery store)  :: ich suche einen Lebensmittelladen
I'm looking for a job {phrase} (I'm looking for a job)  :: ich suche einen Job, ich suche Arbeit
I'm lost {phrase} (I'm lost)  :: ich habe mich verlaufen
immaculate {adj} (having no stain or blemish, spotless, undefiled, clear, pure)  :: makellos
Immanuel {prop} (male given name) SEE: Emmanuel  ::
Immanuel {prop} (this figure, regarded as Christ)  :: Immanuel
I'm married {phrase} (I'm married)  :: ich bin verheiratet
immaterial {adj} (having no matter or substance)  :: immateriell
immaterial {adj} (irrelevant)  :: unwesentlich
immature {adj} (childish)  :: unreif
immeasurable {adj}  :: [1] unmeßbar, [2] unermeßlich
immeasurable {adj} (impossible to measure)  :: nicht messbar, unmessbar [rare]
immediate {adj} (very close)  :: unmittelbar, immediat
immediate {adj} (without delay)  :: sofortig
immediately {adv} (in an immediate manner)  :: sofort
immense {adj} (huge, gigantic, very large)  :: immens
immerse {v} (to involve deeply)  :: vertiefen
immerse {v} (to put under the surface of a liquid)  :: eintauchen
immersion {n} (in mathematics)  :: Immersion {f}
immersion {n} (the act of immersing or the condition of being immersed)  :: Eintauchen {n}
immersion {n} (the total submerging of a person in water as an act of baptism)  :: Untertauchen {n}
immethodical {adj} (unmethodical) SEE: unmethodical  ::
immethodically {adv} (unmethodically) SEE: unmethodically  ::
immigrant {n} (person who comes to a country to settle)  :: Einwanderer {m}, Einwanderin {f}, Immigrant {m}, Immigrantin {f}
immigrate {v} (to move in from another country or area)  :: einwandern, immigrieren
immigration {n} (the act of immigrating)  :: Einwanderung {f}, Immigration {f}
imminent {adj} (about to happen, occur, or take place very soon)  :: [1] bevorstehend
immiscibility {n} (condition of being immiscible)  :: Unvermischbarkeit {f}
immiscible {adj} (not mutually soluble, unmixable)  :: unvermischbar
immiserate {v} (impoverish)  :: verelenden
immobile {adj} (not mobile)  :: unbeweglich
immobility {n} (the quality of not moving)  :: Immobilität {f}
immobility {n} (the state or condition of being unable to change one's location, move or be moved)  :: Immobilität {f}
immodest {adj} (lacking modesty)  :: unanständig
immolate {v} (destroy)  :: zerstören
immolate {v} (kill as sacrifice)  :: opfern
immoral {adj} (not moral)  :: unmoralisch
immortal {adj} (not susceptible to death)  :: unsterblich
immortality {n} (condition of not being susceptible to death)  :: Unsterblichkeit {f}
immune {adj} (protected due to innate resistance to pathogens)  :: immun
immune system {n} (system that protects the body from foreign material and organisms)  :: Immunsystem {n}
immunity {n} (exemption from legal prosecution)  :: Immunität {f}
immunity {n} (exemption from specified duties)  :: Immunität {f}
immunity {n} (resistance to a specific thing)  :: Immunität {f}
immunity {n} (the quality of being resistant to infection)  :: Immunität {f}
immunize {v} (to inoculate someone, as thus produce immunity from a disease)  :: immunisieren
immunize {v} (to make someone or something immune to something)  :: immunisieren
immunologist {n} (person who studies immunology)  :: Immunologe {m}, Immunologin {f}
immunology {n} (branch of medicine)  :: Immunologie {f}
immutable {adj} (unable to be changed without exception)  :: unveränderbar, unveränderlich
I'm mute {phrase} (I'm mute)  :: ich bin stumm
I'm not religious {phrase} (I'm not religious)  :: ich bin nicht religiös
IMO {initialism} ((Internet) In My Opinion)  :: meines Erachtens <m. E.>, meiner Meinung nach <m.M.n.>
IMO {initialism} ((nautical) International Maritime Organization)  :: Internationale Seeschifffahrts-Organisation {f}
imp {n}  :: Teufelchen {n}, Kobold {m}, Schlingel {m}
impact {n} (a forced impinging)  :: Belastung {f}, Stoß {m}, Druck {m}
impact {n} (a significant or strong influence)  :: Einwirkung {f}, Einfluss {m}, Beeinflussung {f}
impact {n} (the force or energy of a collision of two objects)  :: Einschlag {m}, Aufprall {m}, Aufschlag {m}
impact {v} (to collide or strike)  :: einschlagen, zusammenstossen, kollidieren
impact {v} (to compress)  :: zusammenpressen
impact {v} (to influence)  :: beeinflussen, einwirken, beeinträchtigen
impact crater {n} (crater formed from an impact)  :: Einschlagkrater {m}, Impaktkrater {m}
impair {v} (have a diminishing effect on)  :: [1] beeinträchtigen, schädigen (reputation), beschädigen, schwächen, vermindern, verschlechtern, schmälern
impaired {adj} (Rendered less effective)  :: beeinträchtigt, behindert, gestört, gemindert, geschädigt, verschlimmert
impala {n} (African antelope)  :: Impala {f}
impalement {n} (act of torturing)  :: Pfählung {f}
impart {v} (communicate the knowledge of)  :: mitteilen, vermitteln, weitergeben
impart {v} (to give a part or share)  :: weitergeben, gewähren
impartial {adj} (treating all parties, rivals or disputants equally)  :: unparteiisch, unparteilich
impartiality {n} (The quality of being impartial; fairness)  :: Unvoreingenommenheit {f}, Unparteilichkeit {f}, Objektivität {f}
impassable {adj} (incapable of being passed over, crossed, or negotiated)  :: unpassierbar
impasse {n} (a road with no exit; a cul-de-sac)  :: Sackgasse {f}
impassionate {adj} (dispassionate) SEE: dispassionate  ::
impassionate {adj} (impassioned) SEE: impassioned  ::
impassive {adj} (Having, or revealing, no emotion)  :: gefühllos, gleichmütig, teilnahmslos, leidenschaftslos
impassive {adj} (Still or motionless)  :: unbewegt
impatience {n} (quality of being impatient)  :: Ungeduld {f}
impatiently {adv} (without patience)  :: ungeduldig
impeachment {n} (the act of impeaching a public official)  :: Amtsenthebung {f}, Amtsenthebungsverfahren {n}
impeccable {adj} (Incapable of wrongdoing or sin; immaculate)  :: unfehlbar
impeccable {adj} (Perfect, having no faults, flaws or errors)  :: makellos, einwandfrei, tadellos
impeccably {adv} (in a perfect or flawless manner)  :: tadellos
impedance {n} (physics, measure of opposition to flow of current)  :: Impedanz {f}
impede {v} (to get in the way of; to hinder)  :: behindern, erschweren, hemmem, hindern, vereiteln
impediment {n} (hindrance; that which impedes progress)  :: Hindernis {n}, Behinderung {f}
impend {v} (be about to happen)  :: bevorstehen, drohen, sich ankündigen
impending {adj} (about to happen)  :: bevorstehend
impenetrable {adj} (not penetrable)  :: undurchlässig
imperative {adj} (essential)  :: essenziell, essentiell, notwendig, unverzichtbar, wesentlich
imperative {n} (essential action)  :: Muss {n}
imperative {n} (imperative mood) SEE: imperative mood  ::
imperative mood {n} (imperative mood)  :: Imperativ {m}, Befehlsform {f}
imperfect {adj} (unisexual) SEE: unisexual  ::
imperfective {adj} (related to the imperfective aspect)  :: imperfektiv
imperfective aspect {n} (grammatical term)  :: Imperfektum {n}
imperial {adj} (related to an empire)  :: kaiserlich
imperial {adj} (related to the British measurement system)  :: imperial
Imperial Flanders {prop} (part of Flanders)  :: Reichsflandern
imperialism {n} (the policy of extending power, by force)  :: Imperialismus {m}
imperialistic {adj} (of or pertaining to imperialism)  :: imperialistisch
imperious {adj} (domineering, overbearing)  :: herrisch
imperious {adj} (imperial or regal)  :: königlich, majestätisch
impermeable {adj} (impossible to permeate)  :: dicht
impermeable {adj} (not allowing passage of liquids)  :: dicht
impersonal {adj} (lacking warmth or emotion)  :: unpersönlich
impersonal {adj} (not representing a person)  :: unpersönlich
impersonal verb {n} (verb used only in the infinitive or in the third-person)  :: unpersönliches Verb {n}
impersonate {v} (assume identity of)  :: sich ausgeben als
impertinent {adj} (insolent, ill-mannered)  :: unverschämt
impervious {adj} (immune to damage or effect)  :: undurchdringlich, undurchdringbar
impervious {adj} (preventative of any penetration; impenetrable, impermeable)  :: undurchlässig
impervious {adj} (unaffected or unable to be affected by)  :: gleichgültig, unempfindlich
impetigo {n} (contagious bacterial skin disease)  :: Impetigo {f}, Eiterflechte {f}
impetuous {adj} (characterized by sudden and violent force)  :: ungestüm
impetuous {adj} (describing one who makes arbitrary decisions)  :: ungestüm
impious {adj} (lacking reverence or respect, especially towards a god)  :: pietätlos
impious {adj} (not pious)  :: pietätlos
implant {n} (anything surgically implanted in the body)  :: Implantat {n}
implant {v} (insert (something) surgically into the body)  :: einpflanzen, implantieren
implantable {adj} (Capable of being implanted)  :: implantierbar
implantation {n} (anatomy: way an organ becomes inserted into its place)  :: Implantation {f}
implantation {n} (surgery: act of inserting an implant)  :: Implantation {f}
implement {v} (bring about)  :: vollziehen, durchführen, erfüllen, implementieren, ausführen, umsetzen
implementation {n} (process of moving an idea from concept to reality)  :: Implementierung {f}
implementer {n} (person who implements)  :: Implementierer {m}, Implementiererin {f}
implicate {v} (to intertwine) SEE: intertwine  ::
implicate {v}  :: verwickeln
implication {n} (logical connective)  :: Folge {f}, Schlussfolgerung {f}
implication {n} (that which is implied, but not expressed)  :: Bedeutung {f}, Tragweite {f}
implicature {n} (An implied meaning)  :: Implikatur {f}
implicit {adj} (contained in the essential nature)  :: implizit
implicit {adj} (implied indirectly)  :: implizit
implied {adj} (suggested without being stated directly)  :: impliziert
implosion {n} (action of imploding)  :: Implosion {f}
imply {v} (to express suggestively rather than as a direct statement)  :: bedeuten, implizieren
imply {v} (to have as a consequence)  :: implizieren, zur Folge haben
imply {v} (to suggest by a logical inference)  :: implizieren
impolite {adj} (not polite)  :: unhöflich
import {n} (practice of importing)  :: Import {m}, Einfuhr {f}
import {n} (something brought in from a foreign country)  :: Importware {f}, Importgut {n}
import {v} (to bring in from a foreign country)  :: importieren, einführen
importance {n} (quality or condition of being important or worthy of note)  :: Wichtigkeit {f}, Belang {m}
importance {n} (significance or prominence)  :: Wichtigkeit {f}
important {adj} (having relevant and crucial value)  :: wichtig
importantness {n} (importance) SEE: importance  ::
importer {n} (a person or company who imports goods into a country)  :: Importeur {m}
importune {v} (to harass with persistent requests)  :: bedrängen, belästigen
impose {v} (to be an inconvenience)  :: auferlegen
imposing {adj} (magnificent and impressive because of appearance, size, stateliness or dignity)  :: imposant, beeindruckend
impossible {adj} (never happening)  :: unmöglich
impossible {adj} (not possible; not able to be done)  :: unmöglich
impossible {adj} (very difficult to deal with)  :: unmöglich
impossibly {adv} (contrary to what was thought possible)  :: unheimlich
impossibly {adv} (to the point of impossibility)  :: unmöglich
imposter {n} (Someone who attempts to deceive by using an assumed name or identity or other devious disguise) SEE: impostor  ::
impostor {n} (someone who uses assumed identity)  :: Hochstapler {m}, Betrüger {m}
impotable {adj} (not drinkable) SEE: undrinkable  ::
impotence {n} (erectile dysfunction)  :: Impotenz {f}
impotence {n} (powerlessness)  :: Machtlosigkeit {f}
impound {v} (to hold in the custody of a court or its delegate)  :: beschlagnahmen, konfiszieren
impoverish {v} (intransitive: become poor)  :: verarmen
impoverish {v} (transitive: make poor)  :: arm machen
impoverished {adj} (Reduced to poverty)  :: verarmt
impoverishment {n} (state of being impoverished)  :: Verarmung {f}
impracticable {adj} (not practicable)  :: unausführbar
impractical {adj} (not practical)  :: unpraktisch, unnütz, unbrauchbar, untauglich
impracticalness {n} (impracticality) SEE: impracticality  ::
imprecation {n} (act of imprecating, or invoking evil upon someone)  :: Verwünschung {f}
imprecation {n} (a curse)  :: Fluch {m}
imprecise {adj} (not precise or exact)  :: ungenau
impregnate {v} (to cause to become pregnant)  :: schwängern
impregnate {v} (to fill pores or spaces with a substance)  :: imprägnieren
impresario {n} (a manager or producer in the entertainment industry)  :: Impresario {m}
impressed {adj} (strongly affected, especially favourably)  :: beeindruckt
impression {n} (overall effect of something)  :: Eindruck {m}
impressionism {n} (movement in art)  :: Impressionismus {m}
impressionism {n} (music: style)  :: Impressionismus {m}
impressionism {n} (poetry: style)  :: Impressionismus {m}
impressionist {n} (One who adheres to impressionism)  :: Impressionist {m}
impressive {adj} (making, or tending to make, an impression; having power to impress)  :: beeindruckend, eindrucksvoll, imposant
imprint {n} (a distinctive marking, symbol or logo)  :: Gepräge {n}, Aufdruck {m}
imprint {n} (an impression; the mark left behind by printing something)  :: Gepräge {n}, Abdruck {m}, Aufdruck {m}
imprint {n} (the name and details of a publisher or printer, as printed in a book etc)  :: Impressum {n}
imprint {v} (to leave a print, impression, image, etc.)  :: einprägen, abdrucken, aufdrucken
imprison {v} (to put in or as if in prison; confine)  :: einsperren, einkerkern
imprisonment {n} (confinement)  :: Gefangenschaft {f}, Haft {f}
improbable {adj} (not likely to be true)  :: unwahrscheinlich
improbable {adj} (not likely to happen)  :: unwahrscheinlich
improbably {adv} (in an improbable manner)  :: unwahrscheinlich
impromptu {adj} (improvised)  :: improvisiert
impromptu {n} (short composition)  :: Impromptu {n}
improper {adj} (unsuitable to needs or circumstances)  :: unpassend
improve {v} (to become better)  :: sich verbessern
improve {v} (to make something better)  :: verbessern
improvement {n}  :: Verbesserung {f}
improvisation {n} (act or art of composing and rendering music, poetry, and the like, extemporaneously)  :: Improvisation {f}
improvisation {n} (musical technique, characteristic of blues music)  :: Improvisation {f}
improvisation {n} (that which is improvised; an impromptu)  :: Improvisation {f}
improvise {v} (to make something up as one goes on)  :: improvisieren
improvised {adj} (created by improvisation)  :: improvisiert
improvised explosive device {n} (explosive weapon)  :: Unkonventionelle Spreng- und Brandvorrichtung {f}
imprudent {adj} (not prudent; wanting in prudence or discretion; indiscreet; injudicious; not attentive to consequence; improper)  :: unklug, unbedacht
impudence {n} (impudent language, conduct or behavior)  :: Flegelei {f}, Frechheit {f}, Unverschämtheit {f}, Vermessenheit {f}
impudence {n} (quality of being impudent)  :: Flegelei {f}, Frechheit {f}, Unverschämtheit {f}, Vermessenheit {f}
impudent {adj} (Not showing due respect; impertinent; bold-faced)  :: frech
impudently {adv} (shamelessly) SEE: shamelessly  ::
impugn {v} (question the validity of)  :: angreifen, in Zweifel ziehen
impulse {n} ((physics) integral force over time)  :: Impuls {m}
impulse {n} (sudden force that impels)  :: Impuls {m}, Triebkraft {f}
impulsive {adj} (actuated by impulse or by transient feelings)  :: impulsiv
impulsive {adj} (highly reactive; inclined to make rapid decisions without due consideration)  :: impulsiv
impulsive {adj}  :: impulsiv
impunity {n} (exemption from punishment)  :: Straflosigkeit {n}
impure {adj} (impure)  :: unrein
impureness {n} (condition of being impure)  :: Unreinheit {f}
impurity {n} (a component or additive that renders something else impure)  :: Unreinheit {f}, Fremdkörper {m}
impurity {n} (a state of immorality)  :: Unreinheit {f}
impurity {n} (the condition of being impure)  :: Unreinheit {f}, Verunreinigung {f}
imputation {n} (act of imputing)  :: Unterstellung {f}
imputation {n} (that which has been imputed)  :: Unterstellung {f}
I'm scared {phrase} (I'm scared)  :: ich habe Angst
I'm sick {phrase} (I'm sick/ill)  :: ich bin krank
I'm single {phrase} (I'm single)  :: ich bin ledig {m} {f}
I'm sorry {phrase} (I'm sorry)  :: es tut mir leid [I regret], ich bitte um Verzeihung [apology]
I'm straight {phrase} (I'm straight)  :: ich bin hetero, ich bin heterosexuell
I'm thirsty {phrase} (I need a drink)  :: ich habe Durst
I'm tired {phrase} (I am tired (in need of rest or sleep))  :: ich bin müde
I'm transsexual {phrase}  :: ich bin transsexuell
I'm twenty years old {phrase} (I am twenty years old)  :: ich bin zwanzig Jahre alt, ich bin zwanzig
I must go {phrase} (I must go)  :: ich muss gehen
I'm ... year(s) old {phrase} (I am ... year(s) old)  :: ich bin ... Jahre alt, ich bin ...
in {adj} (in fashion, popular)  :: in
in {adv} (moving to the interior)  :: herein, hinein
in {prep} (after a period of time)  :: in
in {prep} (a state)  :: in
in {prep} (contained by)  :: in
in {prep} (during)  :: unter, in, [(in dem)] im, während
in {prep} (into)  :: in
in {prep} (surrounded by)  :: in
-in' {suffix} (-ing) SEE: -ing  ::
inability {n} (lack of the ability to do something; incapability)  :: Unfähigkeit {f}
inacceptable {adj} (unacceptable) SEE: unacceptable  ::
inaccuracy {n} (inaccurate statement)  :: Ungenauigkeit {f}
inaccuracy {n} (incorrect calibration of a measuring device, or incorrect use; lack of precision)  :: Ungenauigkeit {f}
inaccuracy {n} (lack of accuracy)  :: Ungenauigkeit {f}
inactive {adj} (Not active, temporarily or permanently)  :: inaktiv, untätig
inactivity {n} (quality of being inactive)  :: Untätigkeit {f}
in addition {adv} (also; as well)  :: außerdem, ferner, zusätzlich
inadequate {adj} (Not adequate)  :: unangemessen, unzulänglich
in advance {adv} (beforehand) SEE: beforehand  ::
inadvertent {adj} (not intentional)  :: versehentlich, irrtümlich, unbeabsichtigt
inadvertently {adv} (unintentionally)  :: versehentlich, irrtümlich, unbeabsichtigterweise
in a flash {adv} (very quickly)  :: blitzartig
in a jiffy {adv} (very quickly; without delay)  :: ruck, zuck, in null Komma nichts
inalienable {adj} (incapable of being alienated, surrendered, or transferred to another; not alienable)  :: unabdingbar
inane {adj} (lacking sense or meaning)  :: sinnlos, albern
inanimate {adj} (in grammar)  :: unbelebt
inanimate {adj} (not alive)  :: leblos
inanimate {adj} (not mobile)  :: bewegungslos, unbewegbar
in any case {adv} (at any rate)  :: jedenfalls, sowieso, trotzdem, auf jeden Fall, unbedingt
in any way, shape, or form {adv} (in any way at all)  :: in jeglicher Form
in a pinch {adv} (in a difficult situation)  :: im Notfall
inappropriate {adj} (not appropriate or suitable)  :: unangebracht, unangemessen
inaudible {adj} (unable to be heard)  :: unhörbar
inaugurate {v} (to dedicate ceremoniously)  :: vereidigen
inaugurate {v} (to induct into office)  :: einführen
inauguration {n} (act of inaugurating)  :: Inauguration {f}
inauspicious {adj} (boding ill)  :: ungünstig
inbalance {n} (imbalance) SEE: imbalance  ::
in between {prep} (between)  :: zwischen
inborn {adj}  :: angeboren
in-box {n} (electronic folder)  :: Posteingang
inbreeding {n} (breeding between members of small population)  :: Inzucht {f}
in broad daylight {adv} (in ample natural illumination)  :: am helllichten Tag
in broad daylight {adv} (in blatant and visible manner)  :: am helllichten Tag
incalculable {adj} (impossible to calculate)  :: unabsehbar
incalculable {adj} (very great or numerous)  :: unschätzbar
incandescent {n} (incandescent lamp) SEE: light bulb  ::
incantation {n} (formula)  :: Beschwörung {f}
incapacity {n} (lack of a capacity)  :: Unfähigkeit {f}
incarcerate {v} (to lock away in prison)  :: einsperren
incarceration {n} (act of confining, or the state of being confined; imprisonment)  :: Einkerkerung {f}
incarnate {adj} (flesh-colored) SEE: crimson  ::
incarnate {v} (incarn) SEE: incarn  ::
incarnation {n}  :: Inkarnation {f}, Verkörperung {f}, Inbegriff {m}
in case {prep} (In the event)  :: falls, im Falle
incautiously {adv} (without caution)  :: unvorsichtig
incendiary {n} (something capable of causing fire)  :: [military] Brandbombe {f}
incense {n} (A perfume often used in the rites of various religions)  :: Weihrauch {m}
incentive {n} (cash bonus)  :: Bonus {m}
incentive {n} (something that motivates)  :: Anreiz {m}, Ansporn {m}
inception {n} (the creation or beginning of something)  :: Beginn {m}, Einführung {f}, Anfang {m}
incessantly {adv} (in a manner without pause or stop)  :: ständig, immerzu, fortwährend, unaufhörlich
incest {n} (sexual relations between close relatives)  :: Inzest {m}
incestuous {adj} (pertaining to or engaging in incest)  :: inzestuös
inch {n} (unit of length)  :: Zoll {n}
inch {n} (unspecified but very short distance)  :: Zoll {n}
inch {v} (to move very slowly)  :: sich zentimeterweise fortbewegen
in charge {adj} (having responsibility)  :: verantwortlich
inchworm {n} (measuring worm) SEE: measuring worm  ::
incident {adj} (physics: falling on a surface)  :: einfallend
incident {n} (event causing interruption or crisis)  :: Vorfall {m}, Störfall {m} (technical), Ereignis {n}
incident {n} (event or occurrence)  :: Vorfall {m}, Begebenheit {f}, Ereignis {n}, Geschehnis {n}
incident {n} (minor event incidental to others)  :: Vorfall {m}, Begebenheit {m}, Ereignis {n}, Geschehnis {n}
incidental {adj} (existing as an accident)  :: zufällig
incidentally {adv} (In an incidental manner)  :: apropos, nebenbei, übrigens
incidentally {adv} (Without looking for sth/sb)  :: zufällig, zufälligerweise
incidental music {n} (music played as background)  :: Bühnenmusik
incipient {adj} (beginning, starting)  :: einsetzend
incircle {n} (the circle within a triangle that is tangent to all three sides)  :: Inkreis {m}
incision {n} (cut)  :: Einschnitt {m}
incisor {n} (tooth)  :: Schneidezahn {m}
incite {v} (to rouse, stir up or excite)  :: anstacheln
inclination {n} (mental tendency)  :: Neigung {f}
inclination {n} (physical tilt or bend)  :: Neigung {f}
incline {v} (bend (something) out of a given plane or direction)  :: neigen
incline {v} (slope)  :: neigen
incline {v} (to tend to do or believe something)  :: neigen
inclined {adj} (having a tendency, preference, likelihood, or disposition)  :: geneigt
inclined {adj} (slanted, sloped)  :: schräg
inclined plane {n} (simple machine)  :: schiefe Ebene {f}
inclinometer {n} (instrument) SEE: clinometer  ::
include {v} (to bring into as a part or member)  :: einfügen, inkludieren
include {v} (to contain, as part of a whole)  :: einfügen, inkludieren
including {prep} (Such as, among which)  :: einschließlich
inclusion {n} (act of including, i.e. adding or annexing, (something) to a group, set or total)  :: Einschluss {m}
inclusion {n} (addition or annex to a group, set or total)  :: Einschluss {m}
inclusion compound {n}  :: Einschlussverbindung {f}, Einschlußkomplex {m}
incoherent {adj} (lacking coherence, inconsistent)  :: inkohärent
in cold blood {adv} (in a ruthless and unfeeling manner)  :: kaltblütig
incombustible {adj} (not flammable)  :: unbrennbar, unverbrennbar, feuersicher
income {n} (Money one earns by working or by capitalising on the work of others)  :: Einkommen {n}
income statement {n} (financial statement of net income)  :: Gewinn- und Verlustrechnung {f}
income tax {n} (tax levied on income)  :: Einkommensteuer {f}
incommensurability {n} (state or characteristic of being incommensurable)  :: Inkommensurabilität {f}
incomparable {adj} (beyond comparison)  :: unvergleichlich
incompatibility {n} (the quality or state of being incompatible)  :: Inkompatibilität {f}
incompatible {adj} (irreconcilable)  :: inkompatibel
incompetence {n} (inability to perform)  :: Inkompetenz {f}
incompetent {adj} (unskilled, lacking normally expected degree of ability)  :: inkompetent, unfähig
incomplete {adj} (not complete)  :: unvollständig
incompleteness {n} (state or condition)  :: Unvollständigkeit {f}
incomplete sentence {n} (a group of words which appears to convey only part of a complete thought (grammar))  :: unvollständiger Satz {m}
incomprehensible {adj} (impossible or very difficult to understand)  :: unverständlich, unbegreiflich, unfassbar
incomprehensibleness {n} (the state of being incomprehensible)  :: Unverständlichkeit
inconceivable {adj} (unable to be conceived, unbelievable)  :: unfassbar, unfasslich
in conclusion {adv} (as a conclusion)  :: zum Schluss, abschließend
incongruous {adj} (not matching)  :: unpassend, unvereinbar, uneinheitlich, ungleich, disparat
inconsistent {adj} (not consistent)  :: inkonsistent
inconsolable {adj} (Not consolable)  :: untröstlich
inconspicuous {adj} (not prominent or easily noticeable)  :: unauffällig
incontinence {n} (inability to restrain discharge)  :: Inkontinenz {f}
incontinence {n} (lack of self-restraint)  :: Zügellosigkeit {f}, Hemmungslosigkeit {f}
incontinence diaper {n} (impenetrable sheet) SEE: incontinence pad  ::
incontrovertibly {adv} (in incontrovertible manner)  :: zweifellos, unwiderlegbar
inconvenience {n} (something inconvenient or bothering)  :: Unannehmlichkeit {f}
inconvenient {adj} (not convenient)  :: unbequem, unpraktisch, ungünstig, ungelegen, unpassend, unangebracht, inopportun, lästig, unannehmlich [rare, obsolete]
incorporate {v} (form into a legal company)  :: gründen, einverleiben
incorporate {v} (include as a part or ingredient)  :: enthalten, beinhalten, hinzufügen
incorporate {v} (mix, blend)  :: einbinden, inkorporieren, integrieren
incorrectly {adv} (in an incorrect manner)  :: unrichtig, falsch
incorrigible {adj} (defective and materially impossible to correct or set aright)  :: unverbesserbar
incorrigible {adj} (determined, unalterable)  :: unverbesserlich
incorrigible {adj} (impervious to correction by punishment or pain)  :: unverbesserlich
incorrigible {adj} (incurably depraved)  :: unverbesserlich
incorrigible {adj} (unmanageable) SEE: unmanageable  ::
increase {n} (act of becoming larger)  :: Ansteigen {n}, Anstieg {m}, Anwachsen {n}, Erhöhung {f}, Steigen {n}, Steigern {n}, Vergrößern {n}, Wachsen {n}, Zunahme {f}
increase {n} (increased amount)  :: Erhöhung {f}, Steigerung {f}, Vergrößerung {f}, Zunahme {f}, Anstieg {m}, Wachstum {n}
increase {v} (become larger)  :: (an)-wachsen, sich vergrößern, steigern, erhöhen
increasingly {adv} (increasing in amount or intensity)  :: zunehmend
incredible {adj} (amazing)  :: unglaublich
incredible {adj} (marvelous)  :: unglaublich
incredible {adj} (too implausible to be credible)  :: unglaublich, unglaubhaft
incredulity {n} (religious disbelief)  :: Ungläubigkeit {f}
incredulity {n} (unwillingness to believe; doubt about the truth of something)  :: Ungläubigkeit {f}
incredulous {adj} (Skeptical, disbelieving)  :: ungläubig, skeptisch
incredulousness {n} (incredulity) SEE: incredulity  ::
increment {n} (The action of increasing or becoming greater)  :: Erhöhung {f}, Zunahme {f}, Zuwachs {m}
increment {n} (The amount of increase)  :: Inkrement {n}
incremental {adj} (pertaining to an increment)  :: inkremental
incrementation {n}  :: Inkrement {n}
incriminate {v} (to accuse or bring criminal charges against)  :: beschuldigen
incriminate {v} (to indicate the guilt of)  :: belasten
incriminating {adj} (causing, showing, or proving that one is guilty of wrongdoing)  :: belastend
incruental {adj} (bloodless) SEE: bloodless  ::
incubation {n} (development of a disease from its causes, or its period of incubation)  :: Inkubation {f}
incubation period {n} (time between exposure and symptoms)  :: Inkubationszeit {f}
incubator {n} (apparatus used to maintain environmental conditions suitable for a newborn baby)  :: Inkubator {m}, Brutkasten {m}
incubator {n} (apparatus used to maintain environmental conditions suitable for the hatching of eggs)  :: Brutkasten {m}
incubus {n} (an evil spirit)  :: Incubus {m}
incubus {n} (a nightmare)  :: Alptraum {m}
incubus {n} (oppressive thing or person; a burden)  :: Last {f}, Kreuz {n}
inculcate {v} (teach by repeated instruction)  :: einimpfen, einschärfen
incumbent {adj} (being the current holder of an office)  :: amtierend
incumbent {n} (current holder of an office)  :: Amtsinhaber {m}
incumbrance {n} (burden) SEE: encumbrance  ::
incumbrance {n} (interest, right, burden or liability) SEE: encumbrance  ::
incunable {n} (very early printed book, specifically one printed before 1501; an incunabulum)  :: Inkunabel {f}, Wiegendruck {m}
incunabulum {n} (book, single sheet, or image that was printed before the year 1501 in Europe)  :: Inkunabel {f}, Wiegendruck {m}
incurable {adj} (unable to be cured)  :: unheilbar
incursion {n} (aggressive movement)  :: Einfall {m}, Eindringen {n}
incus {n} (accessory cloud in the shape of an anvil) SEE: thunderhead  ::
indecency {n} (lack of decency)  :: Unanständigkeit {f}
indecency {n} (something showing lack of decency)  :: Unanständigkeit {f}
indecent {adj} (not in keeping with conventional moral values)  :: unanständig
indecent {adj} (offensive to good taste)  :: unanständig
indecision {n} (inability to decide on a course of action)  :: Unentschlossenheit {f}, Unschlüssigkeit {f}
indecisive {adj} (inconclusive or uncertain)  :: unentschlossen
indecisive {adj} (not decisive)  :: unschlüssig, unentschlossen
indecisiveness {n} (condition of being indecisive) SEE: indecision  ::
indeclinable {adj} (not inflected)  :: undeklinierbar, indeklinabel
indeed {adv} (modal: truly; in fact; actually)  :: in der Tat
indeed {interj}  :: allerdings, gewiss, in der Tat
indefatigable {adj} (extremely persistent and untiring)  :: unermüdlich
indefinite article {n} (word preceding a noun to indicate any member of the class of objects)  :: unbestimmter Artikel {m}
indefinite pronoun {n} (Pronoun not specifying the identity of its referent)  :: Indefinitpronomen {n}
indelible {adj} (difficult to remove or wash away)  :: hartnäckig, unauslöschlich
indelible {adj} (incapable of being canceled or forgotten)  :: unauslöschlich
in demand {adj} (sought-after)  :: gesucht, begehrt
indemnify {v} (To make restitution or compensation for)  :: schadlos halten, wiedergutmachen, Indemnität erteilen
indemnify {v} (To save harmless; to secure against loss or damage; to insure)  :: sicherstellen
indentation {n} (act of beginning a line at a distance from the flush line)  :: Einrückung {f}
indentation {n} (measure of distance to the flush line)  :: Einzug {m}
indentation {n} (notch or recess in a margin or border)  :: Delle {f}
indentation {n} (recess or sharp depression in a surface)  :: Einbuchtung {f}, Vertiefung {f}
independence {n} (state of having sufficient means for a comfortable livelihood)  :: Unabhängigkeit {f}
independence {n} (state or quality of being independent)  :: Unabhängigkeit {f}
independence {n}  :: Unabhängigkeit {f}, Selbständigkeit {f}
Independence Day {n} (annual celebration)  :: Unabhängigkeitstag {m}
Independence Day {prop} (holiday)  :: Unabhängigkeitstag {m}
independent {adj} (not aligned with any political party)  :: unabhängig
independent {adj} (not dependent; not contingent or depending on something else; free)  :: unabhängig
independent clause {n} (grammar: clause that can stand alone) SEE: main clause  ::
independentize {v} (to make independent)  :: unabhängigiesieren
independently {adv} (in an independent manner)  :: unabhängig, selbstständig
independent variable {n} (independent variable)  :: unabhängige Variable {f}
in depth {adj} (thorough, comprehensive) SEE: in-depth  ::
in-depth {adj} (thorough, comprehensive)  :: eingehend
indescribable {adj} (impossible, or very difficult to describe)  :: unbeschreiblich
in detail {adv} (with all particulars)  :: ausführlich, in allen Einzelheiten, detailliert
indeterminate {adj} (not accurately determined)  :: unbestimmt
index {n} (alphabetical listing)  :: Index {m}, Verzeichnis {n}
index {n} (data structure)  :: Index {m}
index {n} (index finger) SEE: forefinger  ::
index {v} (to arrange an index)  :: indizieren
index {v} (to take stock) SEE: inventory  ::
index card {n} (piece of heavy paper stock used to record information to be stored in an index)  :: Karteikarte {f}
index finger {n} (forefinger) SEE: forefinger  ::
India {prop} (Bharat) SEE: Bharat  ::
India {prop} (the country)  :: Indien {n}
Indian {adj} (of or pertaining to India)  :: indisch
Indian {adj} (of, or related to, the aboriginal people of the Americas)  :: indianisch
Indian {n} (a person from India)  :: Inder {m}, Inderin {f}
Indian {n} (individual of, or related to, the aboriginal people of the Americas)  :: Indianer {m}, Indianerin {f}
Indian fig {n} (prickly pear) SEE: prickly pear  ::
Indian Ocean {prop} (the ocean separating Africa, southern Asia, Australia and Antarctica)  :: Indischer Ozean {m}
Indian summer {n} (a stretch of warm days in autumn)  :: Altweibersommer {m}
Indian summer {n} (the late autumn of life)  :: zweiter Frühling
Indic {prop} (the Indic language group) SEE: Indo-Aryan  ::
indicate {v} (to point out; to discover; to direct to a knowledge of; to show; to make known)  :: anzeigen, anweisen
indicate {v} (to show or manifest by symptoms)  :: anzeigen, andeuten, auf etwas deuten
indicate {v} (to signal in a vehicle the desire to turn right or left)  :: den Blinker setzen, blinken
indicative {n} (the indicative mood)  :: Indikativ {m}
indicative mood {n} (indicative mood)  :: Indikativ {m}
indicator {n} (needle or dial on a meter)  :: Zeiger {m}
indicator {n} (pointer)  :: Indikator {m}, Anzeige {f}
indicator {n} (trafficator)  :: Blinker {m}, Fahrtrichtungsanzeiger {m}
indict {v} ( to accuse of wrongdoing)  :: beschuldigen
indict {v} ( to make a formal accusation or indictment)  :: anklagen, beschuldigen
indictment {n} (legal accusation)  :: Anklage {f}
Indies {prop} (East Indies) SEE: East Indies  ::
Indies {prop} (West Indies) SEE: West Indies  ::
indifference {n} (the state of being indifferent)  :: Gleichgültigkeit {f}
indifferent {adj} (not caring)  :: gleichgültig, teilnahmslos
indigenity {n} (indigenousness) SEE: indigenousness  ::
indigenous {adj} (born or engendered in, native to a land or region)  :: indigen
indigent {adj} (poor; destitute)  :: bedürftig, mittellos
indign {adj} (disgraceful) SEE: disgraceful  ::
indign {adj} (unbecoming) SEE: unbecoming  ::
indign {adj} (unworthy) SEE: unworthy  ::
indignation {n} (anger aroused by some perceived offense or injustice)  :: Empörung {f}, Entrüstung {f}
indignation {n} (self righteous anger or disgust)  :: Empörung {f}, Entrüstung {f}
indignity {n} (degradation, debasement or humiliation)  :: Entwürdigung {f}
indigo {adj} (colour)  :: indigofarben
indigo {n} (colour)  :: Indigo {n}
indigo {n} (dye)  :: Indigo {m}
indirect free kick {n} (soccer)  :: indirekter Freistoß {m}
indirectly {adv} (in a indirect manner)  :: indirekt
indirect speech {n} (reported speech) SEE: reported speech  ::
indiscreet {adj} (not discreet; wanting in discretion)  :: unbedachtsam, unbesonnen, unüberlegt
indiscretion {n} (Indiscreet act)  :: Indiskretion {f}
indiscretion {n} (Want of discretion)  :: Indiskretion {f}
indiscriminate {adj} (Without care or making distinctions, thoughtless)  :: unüberlegt, wahllos, willkürlich, gedankenlos
indispensable {adj} (absolutely necessary)  :: unabdingbar, unabkömmlich, unentbehrlich, unerlässlich, unverzichtbar
indispensable {adj} (not subject to exemption)  :: ausnahmlos, grundsätzlich
indium {n} (metallic chemical element)  :: Indium {n}
indium arsenide {n}  :: Indiumarsenid {n}
individual {adj}  :: Einzel-
individual {adj} (intended for a single person)  :: individuell
individual {adj} (relating to a single person or thing)  :: einzeln, individuell
individual {n} (person considered alone)  :: Individuum {n}
individualism {n} (tendency for a person to act without reference to others)  :: Individualismus {m}
individuality {n} (person) SEE: person  ::
individually {adv} (separately, independently)  :: individuell, einzeln
indivisibility {n} (indivisible factor or object)  :: Unteilbarkeit
indivisibility {n} (state incapable of being divided)  :: Unteilbarkeit
indivisible {adj} (incapable of being divided by a specific integer)  :: unteilbar
indivisible {adj} (incapable of being divided)  :: unteilbar
Indo-Aryan {prop} (family of languages)  :: Indoarisch {n}
Indochina {prop} (region in Southeast Asia)  :: Indochina {n}
indoctrinate {v} (brainwash) SEE: brainwash  ::
indoctrinate {v} (to teach with a biased or one-sided ideology)  :: indoktrinieren
indoctrination {n} (act of indoctrinating)  :: Indoktrination {f}
Indo-European {adj} (of or relating to hypothetical group of peoples having spread Indo-European languages)  :: indogermanisch, indoeuropäisch
Indo-European {adj} (of or relating to hypothetical parent language of Indo-European language family)  :: indogermanisch, indoeuropäisch
Indo-European {adj} (of or relating to languages originally spoken in Europe and Western Asia)  :: indogermanisch, indoeuropäisch
Indo-European {n} (member of Proto-Indo-European ethnolinguistic group)  :: Indogermane {m}, Indogermanin {f}, Indoeuropäer {m}, Indoeuropäerin {f}
Indo-Europeanist {n} (person specialised in Indo-European studies)  :: Indogermanist {m}, Indogermanistin {f}
Indo-European studies {n} (Indo-European studies)  :: Indogermanistik
Indology {n} (academic study of India)  :: Indologie {f}
Indonesia {prop} (country)  :: Indonesien {n}
Indonesian {adj} (referring to Indonesia)  :: indonesisch
Indonesian {n} (person)  :: Indonesier {m}, Indonesierin {f}, Indonesier {m-p}, Indonesierinnen {f-p}
Indonesian {prop} (language)  :: Indonesisch {n}, indonesische Sprache {f}
indoor {adj} (situated in, or designed to be used in, or carried on within the interior of a building)  :: Innen-, Haus- [home]
indoors {adv} (in or into a building)  :: drinnen
Induan {n}  :: Indusium
indubitable {adj} (not dubitable)  :: unzweifelhaft
indubitably {adv} (Undoubtedly; unquestionably)  :: unzweifelhaft
inductance {n} (property)  :: Induktivität {f}
induction {n} (a general proof of a theorem)  :: Induktion {f}
induction {n} (generation of an electric current by a varying magnetic field)  :: Induktion {f}
indulge {v} (to satisfy the wishes or whims of)  :: frönen, hätscheln, verwöhnen
indulge {v} (to yield to a temptation)  :: nachgeben, erliegen
indulgence {n} (pardon or release from the expectation of punishment in purgatory)  :: Ablass
indulgent {adj} (prone to indulge)  :: gutmütig
induration {n} (hardness) SEE: hardness  ::
induration {n} (process of becoming hard) SEE: hardening  ::
Indus {prop} (constellation)  :: Inder {m}
industrial {adj} ((of a society or country) having many industries)  :: industriell
industrial {adj} (of or relating to industry)  :: industriell, Industrie-
industrial action {n} (workplace protest)  :: Arbeitskampf {m}
industrial espionage {n} (use of clandestine methods to acquire secret information for commercial advantage)  :: Wirtschaftsspionage {f}
industrialised {adj} (industrialized) SEE: industrialized  ::
industrialist {n} (person involved in the ownership or management of an industrial enterprise)  :: Industrieller {m}
industrialization {n} (a process of social and economic change)  :: Industrialisierung {f}
industrialize {v} (develop industry)  :: industrialisieren
industrial park {n} (an area zoned and planned for the purpose of industrial development)  :: Industriegebiet {n}, Industriegebiete {p}
industrial peace {n} (absence of industrial action)  :: Arbeitsfrieden {m}
Industrial Revolution {prop} ( major technological change in the late 18th and early 19th century)  :: Industrielle Revolution {f}
industrious {adj} (hard-working and persistent)  :: fleißig, arbeitsam, eifrig
industry {n} (businesses of the same type)  :: Branche {f}
industry {n} (businesses that produce goods)  :: Industrie {f}
industry {n} (tendency to work persistently)  :: Bestreben {n}
Indus Valley Civilization {prop} (ancient civilization)  :: Indus-Kultur {f}, Indus-Zivilisation {f}
inebriated {adj} (behaving as though affected by alcohol)  :: betrunken
inedible {adj} (not edible; not appropriate, worthy, or safe to eat)  :: unessbar, nicht essbar
I need ... {phrase} (I need ... (something))  :: ich brauche ... [with accusative case]
I need a condom {phrase} (I need a condom)  :: ich brauche ein Kondom
I need a dictionary {phrase} (I need a dictionary)  :: ich brauche ein Wörterbuch
I need a doctor {phrase} (request for a doctor)  :: ich brauche einen Arzt
I need a drink {phrase} (I need a drink (alcoholic))  :: ich brauche einen Drink
I need a drink {phrase} (I need a drink (non-alcoholic))  :: ich habe Durst, ich brauche einen Drink
I need a guide {phrase} (I need a guide (a person who guides))  :: ich brauche einen Fremdenführer
I need a guide {phrase} (I need a guide (a written guide))  :: ich brauche einen Reiseführer
I need a lawyer {phrase} (I need a lawyer)  :: ich brauche einen Anwalt
I need an interpreter {phrase} (I need an interpreter)  :: ich brauche einen Dolmetscher
I need a taxi {phrase} (I need a taxi)  :: ich brauche ein Taxi, ich benötige ein Taxi
I need food {phrase} (I need food)  :: ich brauche Essen
I need petrol {phrase} (I need petrol) SEE: I need gasoline  ::
I need shelter {phrase} (I need shelter)  :: ich brauche Obdach
I need toilet paper {phrase} (I need toilet paper)  :: ich brauche Toilettenpapier, ich benötige Toilettenpapier
I need water {phrase} (I need water)  :: ich brauche Wasser
I need your help {phrase} (I need your help)  :: ich brauche Ihre Hilfe, ich brauche deine Hilfe
ineffable {adj} (beyond expression)  :: unaussprechlich
ineffective {adj} (lacking in ability; incompetent or inadequate)  :: unfähig
ineffective {adj} (not having the desired effect; ineffectual)  :: wirkungslos
ineffectiveness {n} (condition of being ineffective)  :: Wirkungslosigkeit {f}, Unwirksamkeit {f}
inefficiency {n} (degree or measure of someone or something's lack of efficiency or effectiveness)  :: Ineffizienz {f}
inefficient {adj}  :: ineffizient
ineluctably {adv} (inescapable) SEE: inescapable  ::
inept {adj} (not able to do something)  :: unfähig
inequality {n} (statement that one quantity is less (or greater) than another)  :: Ungleichung {f}
inequality {n} (unfair, not equal, state)  :: Ungleichheit {f}
inequation {n} (a statement that two expressions are not the same) SEE: inequality  ::
inert gas {n} (noble gas) SEE: noble gas  ::
inert gas {n} (non-reactive gas)  :: Inertgas {n}
inertia {n} (in physics)  :: Trägheit {f}
inertia {n} (unwillingness to take action)  :: Trägheit {f}
inescapable {adj} (cannot be avoided)  :: unausweichlich, unentrinnbar, unumgänglich, unvermeidlich
inessive {n} (inessive case)  :: Inessiv {m}
inessive case {n} (case used to indicate location inside something) SEE: inessive  ::
inevitability {n} (the condition of being inevitable)  :: Unvermeidlichkeit
inevitable {adj} (impossible to avoid or prevent)  :: unvermeidlich, unabwendbar
inevitable {adj} (predictable, or always happening)  :: zwangsläufig
inevitably {adv} (in a manner that this impossible to avoid)  :: zwangsläufig
inexhaustible {adj} (impossible to exhaust)  :: unerschöpflich
inexistent {adj} (nonexistent) SEE: nonexistent  ::
inexorable {adj} (Impossible to stop or prevent: inevitable)  :: unvermeidlich, unvermeidbar
inexpensive {adj} (low in price)  :: billig, günstig
inexperienced {adj} (not experienced)  :: unerfahren
inexplicable {adj} (impossible to explain)  :: unerklärlich
inexpugnable {adj} (impregnable, unconquerable)  :: unbezwinglich, uneinnehmbar
inextricable {adj} (impossible to untie or disentangle)  :: unentwirrbar
Inez {prop} (female given name)  :: Ines
in fact {adv} (actually, in truth)  :: tatsächlich, in Wirklichkeit
infallibility {n} (the ability to never make a mistake)  :: Unfehlbarkeit {f}
infallible {adj} (without fault or weakness; incapable of error or fallacy)  :: unfehlbar
infallibly {adv} (in an infallible manner)  :: fehlerfrei
infamous {adj} (having a bad reputation)  :: anrüchig, berüchtigt, berühmt-berüchtigt, ehrlos, entehrend, gemein, infam, niederträchtig, schändlich, verrucht, verrufen
infamy {n} (the state of being infamous)  :: Schande {f}
infancy {n} (earliest period of childhood)  :: Säuglingsphase {f}, frühe Kindheit {f}
infancy {n} (early state in development)  :: Anfangsphase {f}
infancy {n} (state of being an infant)  :: frühe Kindheit {f}
infant {n} (very young human being)  :: Säugling {m}, Baby {n}
infanteer {n} (soldier) SEE: infantryman  ::
infanticide {n} (a person who has killed a child)  :: Kindesmörder {m}, Kindesmörderin {f}
infanticide {n} (the murder of an infant)  :: Kindesmord {m}, Kindestötung {f}
infanticide {n} (the murder of one's child)  :: Kindesmord {m}
infantilism {n} (emotional dependency)  :: Infantilismus {m}
infantry {n} (soldiers who fight on foot)  :: Infanterie {f}
infantry {n} (the part of an army consisting of infantry soldiers)  :: Infanterie {f}
infantryman {n} (soldier who fights on foot)  :: Infanterist {m}
infarct {n} (area of dead tissue)  :: Infarkt {m}
infarction {n} (infarct) SEE: infarct  ::
infatuate {v} (To inspire with unreasoning love or attachment)  :: betören
infatuation {n} (The act of infatuating; the state of being infatuated; folly; that which infatuates)  :: Vernarrtheit {f}, Verliebtheit {f}
in favor of {prep} (in support of)  :: zugunsten
infeasible {adj} (Not feasible)  :: undurchführbar
infect {v} (to bring into contact with a substance that causes illness)  :: anstecken, infizieren
infect {v} (to make somebody enthusiastic about one's own passion)  :: anstecken, infizieren
infected {adj} (having an infection)  :: infiziert
infection {n} (the process of infecting)  :: Ansteckung {f}, Infektion {f}
infection {n} (uncontrolled growth of harmful microorganisms in a host)  :: Infektion {f}
infectious {adj} (able to infect others)  :: infektiös
infectious {adj} (spreading quickly between persons)  :: ansteckend
infectious {adj} (transmitted between persons as illness)  :: infektiös
infectiousness {n} (state or condition of being infectious)  :: Infektiosität {f}, Ansteckungsfähigkeit {f}, Ansteckungsgefahr {f}
infective {adj} (able to cause infection)  :: infektiös
infer {v} ((intransitive) To draw a conclusion (by reasoning))  :: schließen, schlussfolgern
infer {v} ((transitive) To conclude by reasoning or deduction, as from premises or evidence)  :: schlussfolgern
inference {n}  :: Inferenz
inferior {n}  :: minderwertig
inferiority complex {n} (a sense of inferiority)  :: Minderwertigkeitskomplex {m}
infernal {adj}  :: höllisch, Höllen-, infernalisch
inferno {n} (hell-like place or situation)  :: Hölle {f}, Inferno {n}
inferno {n}  :: Inferno {n}
inferrable {adj} (inferable) SEE: inferable  ::
infertile {adj} (not fertile)  :: unfruchtbar
infertility {n} (inability to conceive - people and animals)  :: Unfruchtbarkeit {f}
infertility {n}  :: Unfruchtbarkeit {f}
infestation {n} (presence of a large number of pest organisms in an area)  :: Befall {m}, Infestation {f}
infidel {n} (non-believer)  :: Ungläubige {m} {f}
infield {n} (agriculture: An area to cultivate)  :: Feld {n}
infield {n} (baseball: The region of the field roughly bounded by the home plate, first base, second base and third base.)  :: Innenfeld {n}
infield {n} (cricket: The region of the field roughly bounded by the wicket keeper, slips, gully, etc.)  :: Innenfeld {n}
infiltration {n} (act or process of infiltrating)  :: Infiltration {f}
infiltration {n} (entering secretly)  :: Infiltration {f}
infimum {n} (element of a set)  :: Infimum {n}
infinite {adj} (boundless, endless)  :: unendlich
infinite {adj} (number larger than any given number)  :: unendlich
infinite {adj}  :: unendlich
infinitive {n} (uninflected verb form)  :: Infinitiv {m}
infinity {n} (endlessness, unlimitedness, absence of end or limit)  :: Unendlichkeit {f}
infinity {n} (the symbol ∞)  :: Unendlichkeit {f}
infirmary {n} (A clinic or dispensary within another institution)  :: Krankenstation {f}
infirmity {n} (feebleness)  :: Gebrechlichkeit {f}
infix {n} (morpheme inserted into word)  :: Infix {n}
infixation {n} (addition of a infix)  :: Infigieren {n}, Infigierung {f}, Infixation {f}
in flagrante delicto {adv} (in the act of committing a misdeed)  :: auf frischer Tat
in flagrante delicto {adv} (while performing sexual activity)  :: in flagranti
inflame {v} (to exaggerate)  :: aufpeitschen
inflame {v} (to grow morbidly hot, congested, or painful)  :: aufbrausen
inflame {v} (to kindle or intensify)  :: anregen
inflame {v} (to provoke to anger or rage)  :: aufregen, erzürnen
inflame {v} (to put in a state of inflammation)  :: sich entzünden
inflame {v} (to set on fire)  :: anzünden, entflammen
inflammable {adj} (capable of burning)  :: brennbar, entflammbar
inflammation {n} (act of inflaming, kindling, or setting on fire; also, the state of being inflamed)  :: Entzündung {f}
inflammation {n} (medical condition)  :: Entzündung {f}
inflammatory {adj} (tending to inflame or provoke)  :: aufrührerisch, entzündlich [medicine], phlogistisch
inflatable {adj} (able to be inflated)  :: aufblasbar
inflatable {n} (boat that may be inflated)  :: Schlauchboot {n}
inflatable castle {n} (inflatable structure)  :: Hüpfburg {f}
inflate {v} (to enlarge the volume occupied by an object)  :: aufblasen, aufpumpen, aufblähen
inflated {adj} (at higher cost)  :: verteuert, überhöht
inflated {adj} (expanded)  :: gedehnt
inflated {adj} (filled with air)  :: aufgeblasen, aufgebläht, aufgepumpt, gebläht
inflated {adj} (pompous)  :: aufgeblasen
inflation {n} (expansion or increase in size)  :: Aufblasen {n}, Aufblähung {f}, Inflation {f}
inflation {n} (increase in prices)  :: Inflation {f}
inflect {v} (grammar)  :: flektieren, beugen
inflection {n} (change in curvature from concave to convex or from convex to concave)  :: Wendepunkt {m}
inflection {n} (change in the form of a word that reflects a change in grammatical function)  :: Flexion {f}, Beugung {f}, Biegung {f}
inflexible {adj} (obstinate, stubborn)  :: unbeugsam
inflexible {adj} (stiff, rigid)  :: inflexibel
inflict {v} (thrust upon, impose)  :: verhängen, zufügen
inflorescence {n} (flower cluster)  :: Blütenstand {m}
inflow {n} (a flow in)  :: Zufluss {m}
influence {n} (action exerted by a person or thing with power to cause change)  :: Beeinflussung {f}
influence {n} (action of flowing in; influx) SEE: influx  ::
influence {n} ((astrology) element determining someone's character or individual tendencies)  :: Einfluss {m}
influence {n} (person or thing exerting such power or action)  :: Einfluss {m}, Beeinflusser {m}
influence {n} (power to affect, control or manipulate)  :: Einfluss {m}
influence {v} (intransitive: to exert influence)  :: beeinflussen
influence {v} (transitive: to exert an influence upon)  :: beeinflussen
influencer {n} (That which influences)  :: Beeinflusser {m}
influential {adj} (having considerable influence)  :: einflussreich
influenza {n} (an acute contagious disease of the upper airways and lungs)  :: Grippe {f}, Influenza {f}
influx {n} (inward flow)  :: Zufluss {m}, Einfluss {m}
in for a penny, in for a pound {proverb} (Expressing recognition that one must, having started something, see it through to its end, rather than stopping short thereof)  :: wer A sagt, muss auch B sagen
inform {v} (instruct) SEE: instruct  ::
inform {v} (to act as an informer, denounce)  :: denunzieren
inform {v} (to communicate knowledge to (an)other(s))  :: informieren
inform {v} (to impart information or knowledge (intransitive))  :: informieren
informal {adj} (not formal or ceremonious)  :: informell, unförmlich, zwanglos
informal {adj} (not in accord with the usual regulations)  :: inoffiziell
informant {n} (one who relays confidential information)  :: Informant {m}, Informantin {f}
informaticist {n} (practitioner of informatics)  :: Informatiker
informatics {n} (branch of information science)  :: Informatik {f}
information {n} (communicable knowledge)  :: Information {f}, Auskunft {f}
information science {n} (science)  :: Informationswissenschaft {f}
information security {n} ( protection of information and information systems)  :: Informationsicherheit {f}
information superhighway {n} (The Internet and all other computer networks in the 1990s)  :: Datenautobahn {f}
information technology {n} (the practice of creating and/or studying computer systems and applications)  :: Informationstechnologie {f}, Informationstechnik {f}
information theory {n} (branch of applied mathematics)  :: Informationstheorie {f}
informer {n} (One who informs)  :: Informant {m}
informer {n} (person who tells authorities about improper or illegal activity)  :: Denunziant {m}
infowar {n} (information warfare) SEE: information warfare  ::
infraction {n} (violation)  :: Übertretung {f}
infrared {adj} (having the wavelength in the infrared)  :: infrarot
infrared {n} (infrared radiation)  :: Infrarot
infrasound {n} (low-frequency sound waves)  :: Infraschall {m}
infrastructure {n} (basic facilities, services and installations needed for the functioning of a community or society)  :: Infrastruktur {f}
infrastructure {n} (underlying base or foundation especially for an organization or system)  :: Infrastruktur {f}
infringement {n} (A violation)  :: Verletzung {f}, Übergriff {m}
in front {prep} (in the position ahead)  :: vorn, vorne
in front of {prep} (at or near the front part of)  :: vor
in front of {prep} (in the presence of someone)  :: vor
in front of {prep} (located before (something else))  :: vor
in front of {prep}  :: vor
infuse {v} (to steep in a liquid)  :: ziehen lassen
-ing {suffix} (forming verbal nouns)  :: -ung
-ing {suffix} (to form present participles)  :: -end
ingenious {adj} (displaying genius or brilliance; tending to invent)  :: ingeniös, genial
ingenuity {n} (ability to come up with solutions to difficult problems)  :: Einfallsreichtum {m}, Findigkeit {f}, Raffinesse {f}, Scharfsinn {m}
ingest {v} (to take into, or as into, the stomach or alimentary canal)  :: aufnehmen
ingestion {n} (the action of ingesting)  :: Ingestion
in God's name {adv} (intensifier)  :: in Gottes Namen, in Herrgotts Namen, um Himmels willen, in aller Welt
ingot {n} (a solid block of more or less pure metal)  :: Barren {m}
ingrained {adj}  :: angeboren, eingefleischt ; eingewurzelt
Ingram {prop} (male given name)  :: Engelram
ingrate {adj} (ungrateful) SEE: ungrateful  ::
ingratiate {v} (get someone's favor, especially through flattery)  :: einschmeicheln
ingratitude {n} (thanklessness)  :: Undank {m}
ingredient {n} (substance present in a mixture)  :: Bestandteil {m}, Ingredienz {f}, Inhaltsstoff {m}, Zutat {f}
ingress {n} (Act of entering)  :: Eintritt {m}
ingress {n} (Door or other means of entering)  :: Eingang {m}
ingress {n} (Permission to enter)  :: Eintrittsrecht {n}
Ingria {prop} (region to the south of Karelia)  :: Ingermanland {n}
Ingrid {prop} (female given name)  :: Ingrid
inguinal {adj} (of or pertaining to the groin)  :: inguinal
Ingush {adj} (of, or pertaining to Ingushetia)  :: inguschisch, inguschetisch
Ingush {prop} (Caucasian language)  :: Inguschisch {n}, Inguschetisch {n}
Ingushetia {prop} (federal subject of Russia)  :: Inguschetien {n}
Ingvaeonic {prop} (language group)  :: Ingwäonisch {n}
inhabit {v} (to live or reside in some place)  :: bewohnen
inhabitant {n} (Someone or thing who lives in a place)  :: Einwohner {m}, Einwohnerin {f}, Bewohner {m}, Bewohnerin {f}
inhabited {adj} (inhabited)  :: bewohnt
inhalation {n} (the act of inhaling)  :: Inhalation {f}
inhalation {n} (the substance which is inhaled)  :: Inhalation {f}
inhale {v} (to draw air into the lungs)  :: einatmen
inhale {v} (to draw something into the nose or lungs)  :: inhalieren
inhaler {n} (canister containing medicine)  :: Inhalator {m}
inharmonicity {n}  :: Inharmonizität
in heat {adj} (on heat) SEE: on heat  ::
inherent {adj} (natural part or consequence)  :: innewohnend, inhärent
inherit {v} (to receive a characteristic by genetic transmission)  :: erben
inherit {v} (to receive property or a title by legal succession etc.)  :: übernehmen, erben
inheritance {n}  :: Erbschaft
inheritance {n} (the hereditary passing of biological attributes from ancestors to off-spring)  :: Erbschaft
inheritance tax {n} (tax on the property of the deceased)  :: Erbschaftsteuer {f}, Erbschaftssteuer {f}
inheritor {n} (heir) SEE: heir  ::
inhibit {v} (to hinder; to restrain)  :: hemmen, hindern, sperren, verhindern
inhibition {n} (Act of inhibiting)  :: Unterdrückung {f}
inhibition {n} (State of being inhibited)  :: Hemmung {f}
inhibitor {n} (substance slowing a reaction)  :: Inhibitor {m}
inhospitality {n} (lack of hospitality)  :: Unwirtlichkeit {n}
inhuman {adj} (of or pertaining to inhumanity)  :: unmenschlich
inhumane {adj} (cruel and savage, not humane)  :: unmenschlich, inhuman
inhumanity {n} (inhuman act)  :: Unmenschlichkeit {f}
inhumanity {n} (lack of compassion)  :: Unmenschlichkeit {f}
inimical {adj} (harmful)  :: schädlich
inimical {adj} (hostile)  :: feindlich, feindselig, unfreundlich
inimitable {adj} (beyond imitation)  :: unnachahmlich
iniquitous {adj} (morally objectionable)  :: ungerecht
initial {adj} (Chronologically first, early; of or pertaining to the beginning)  :: anfänglich, ursprünglich
initial {adj} (Spatially first, placed at the beginning, in the first position)  :: anfänglich, erster
initial {n} (calligraphy: distinguished initial letter)  :: Initiale {f}, Initial {n}
initial {n} (first letter of a word)  :: Anfangsbuchstabe {m}
initialism {n} (term pronounced letter by letter)  :: Initialwort {n}
initialization {n} (programming: assignment of initial value of variable)  :: Initialisierung {f}
initialize {v} (to assign an initial value to a variable)  :: initialisieren
initialize {v} (to assign initial values to something)  :: initialisieren
initialize {v} (to format a storage medium prior to use)  :: initialisieren
initialize {v} (to prepare any hardware for use)  :: initialisieren
initially {adv} (at the beginning)  :: zunächst, anfangs
initial public offering {n} (first offering to members of the public of stock in a company)  :: Börsengang
initiate {n} (One who has been through a ceremony of initiation)  :: Eingeweihte {m}
initiate {v}  :: beginnen, anstoßen, einführen, initiieren
initiation {n} (act of initiating)  :: Initiation {f}, Initiierung {f}
initiation codon {n} (start codon) SEE: start codon  ::
initiative {n} (a beginning; a first move)  :: Initiative {f}
initiative {n} (a new development; a fresh approach to something; a new way of dealing with a problem)  :: Initiative {f}
initiative {n} (the ability to act first or on one's own)  :: Initiative {f}
initiator {n} (chemistry: substance that initiates a chain reaction or polymerization)  :: Initiator {m}
initiator {n} (one who initiates)  :: Initiator {m}
inject {v} (to administer an injection to)  :: injizieren, spritzen
inject {v} (to introduce something sudddenly or violently)  :: injizieren
inject {v} (to push or pump something in)  :: injizieren, spritzen [medicine], einspritzen [engineering]
inject {v} (to take or be administered something by means of injection)  :: spritzen
injection {n} (act of injecting, or something injected)  :: Injektion {f}
injection {n} (set theory: one-to-one mapping)  :: Injektion {f}
injector {n} (device used to inject)  :: Einspritzdüse {f}
injera {n} (bread made from teff)  :: Injera {n}
in-joke {n} (piece of humour understood only by a group of people)  :: Insiderwitz {m}
injudicious {adj} (showing poor judgement; not well judged)  :: unklug
injudiciously {adv} (in an injudicious manner)  :: unklug
injunction {n} (the act of enjoining)  :: Verfügung {f}
injure {v} (to cause damage or impair)  :: verletzen
injure {v} (to wound or cause physical harm)  :: verletzen
injury {n} (damage or violation)  :: Verletzung {f}, Wunde {f}, Verwundung {f}
injury time {n} (additional time played straight after each of the two halves)  :: Nachspielzeit {f}
injustice {n} (absence of justice)  :: Unrecht {n}
injustice {n} (violation of the rights of another)  :: Ungerechtigkeit {f}
ink {n} (coloured fluid used for writing)  :: Tinte {f}
inkberry {n} (American winterberry) SEE: American winterberry  ::
ink bottle {n} (inkwell) SEE: inkwell  ::
in keeping with {prep} (in accordance with)  :: entsprechend, gemäß, in Übereinstimmung mit
inkjet printer {n} (device that prints using droplets of ink)  :: Tintenstrahldrucker {m}, Tintendrucker {m}
inkling {n} (suspicion or hint)  :: Ahnung {f}
ink-pad {n} (piece of absorbent material, soaked with ink used for rubber stamps)  :: Stempelkissen {n}
inkpot {n} (inkwell) SEE: inkwell  ::
inkstand {n} (Small tray containin pens and an inkwell)  :: Schreibzeug {n}, Tintenzeug {n}
inkwell {n} (container for ink)  :: Tintenfass
inland sea {n} (shallow expanse of water within a land mass)  :: Binnenmeer {n}
-in-law {adj} (related through marriage)  :: Schwieger-
in-law {n} (father-in-law) SEE: father-in-law  ::
in-law {n} (mother-in-law) SEE: mother-in-law  ::
in-law {n} (relative by marriage)  :: Schwieger-
inlet {n} (body of water let into a coast)  :: Seegatt, {n}
in lieu {adv} (instead (of); in place (of))  :: anstelle, anstatt, statt
in lieu of {prep} (instead; in place of; as a substitute for)  :: als Ersatz für
in light of {prep} (given, considering)  :: angesichts
in-line skate {n} (A rollerblade)  :: Inlineskate
in love {adj} (of a person or persons: enamored)  :: verliebt
in memoriam {adv} (in memory of)  :: im Andenken
inmost {adj} (innermost) SEE: innermost  ::
in my opinion {prep} (according to me)  :: meiner Meinung nach, meines Erachtens
inn {n} (lodging)  :: Herberge {f}
inn {n} (tavern) SEE: tavern  ::
innate {adj}  :: angeboren, eigen, immanent
innate {adj} (inborn)  :: angeboren
inner {adj} (being or occurring inside)  :: inner
inner city {n} (central part of a city)  :: Innenstadt {f}, Stadtmitte {f}
inner class {n}  :: innere Klasse {f}
inner core {n} (innermost part of the Earth)  :: innerer Erdkern {m}
inner ear {n} (anatomy)  :: Innenohr {n}, inneres Ohr {n}
Inner Mongolia {prop} (an autonomous region in northern China)  :: Innere Mongolei {f}
inner orbital complex {n}  :: Innerorbitalkomplex {m}
inner planet {n} (planet of the Solar System with an orbit between the asteroid belt and sun)  :: innere Planet {m}
inner tube {n} (inflatable rubber tube)  :: Schlauch
inning {n} (a period of play in baseball)  :: [singular and plural] Innings {n}
innkeeper {n} (person responsible for the running of an inn)  :: Gastwirt {m}, Gastwirtin {f}, Wirt {m}, Wirtin {f}
innocence {n} (absence of responsibility for a crime)  :: Unschuld {f}
innocent {adj} (not legally responsible for a wrongful act)  :: unschuldig
innocent {adj}  :: unschuldig
innocuous {adj} (harmless)  :: harmlos
innocuous {adj} (inoffensive)  :: unverfänglich, konform, gewöhnlich
innominate {adj} (having no name; anonymous)  :: namenlos, unbenannt
innominate bone {n} (hip bone) SEE: hip bone  ::
in no time {adv} (very soon)  :: im Nu
innovation {n} (act of innovating)  :: Innovation {f}
innovation {n}  :: Innovation {f}
innovation {n} (something new)  :: Innovation {f}, Novität {f}
innovative {adj} (characterized by the creation of new ideas or things)  :: innovativ
innovative {adj} (forward looking; ahead of current thinking)  :: innovativ
Innsbruck {prop} (city)  :: Innsbruck {n}
innuendo {n} (A derogatory hint or reference to a person or thing, an implication or insinuation)  :: Anspielung {f}
innumerable {adj} (not capable of being counted) SEE: countless  ::
inoculation {n} (introduction of substance into the body to produce immunity)  :: Impfung {f}
inoffensiveness {n} (the state or condition of being inoffensive)  :: Harmlosigkeit {f}
in one's book {adv} (in one's opinion) SEE: in one's opinion  ::
in one's own right {adv} (as a consequence of one's own skill, qualification or state)  :: auf Grund eigener Begabung, aus eigener Kraft, aus eigenem Recht
in order {adv} (for the purpose of) SEE: in order to  ::
in order that {conj} (so that)  :: damit
in order to {phrase} (as a means of achieving the specified aim)  :: um zu
inorganic {adj} (relating to a compound that does not contain carbon)  :: anorganisch
inorganic chemistry {n} (chemistry of elements and non-carbon containing compounds)  :: anorganische Chemie
inorganic compound {n} (compound without carbon atoms)  :: anorganische Verbindung {f}
in other words {adv} (stated or interpreted another way)  :: mit anderen Worten
in particular {adv} (especially, individually or specifically)  :: insbesondere
inpatient {n} (A patient whose treatment needs at least one night's residence in a hospital)  :: stationärer Patient {m}
in person {adv} (actually present)  :: in Person, persönlich, höchstpersönlich
in principle {adv} (with regard to fundamentals)  :: im Prinzip
in progress {prep} (underway) SEE: underway  ::
input {n} (something fed into a process)  :: Eingabe {f}
input {v} (to enter data)  :: eingeben
input/output {n} (computing)  :: Eingabe/Ausgabe
inquire {v} (to inquire)  :: erkundigen, nachfragen
inquiry {n} (the act of inquiring)  :: Anfrage {f}, Erkundigung {f}
Inquisition {prop} (tribunal of the Roman Catholic Church)  :: Inquisition {f}
inquisitive {adj} (eager to acquire knowledge)  :: neugierig
in respect of {prep} (pertaining to)  :: in Bezug auf, bezüglich
in return {adv} (in exchange, as a means of reciprocating)  :: im Gegenzug
insalubrious {adj} (unhealthful)  :: unzuträglich
insane {adj} (exhibiting unsoundness or disorder of mind)  :: wahnsinnig, verrückt, geisteskrank
insane asylum {n} (mental hospital) SEE: mental hospital  ::
insanely {adv}  :: wahnsinnig
insanity {n} (state of being insane)  :: Wahnsinn
insatiability {n} (insatiability)  :: Unersättlichkeit {f}
insatiable {adj} (not satiable; incapable of being satisfied or appeased)  :: unersättlich
inscription {n} (carved text)  :: Inschrift {f}
inscription {n} (dedication in a book)  :: Widmung {f}
inscription {n} (text on a coin)  :: Zahl {f}
inscrutable {adj} (difficult or impossible to comprehend, fathom or interpret)  :: undurchschaubar
in secret {adv} (secretly)  :: insgeheim, heimlich
insect {n} (arthropod of class insecta)  :: Insekt {n}, Kerbtier {n}, Kerf {m}
insectarium {n} (insectarium)  :: Insektarium {n}
insecticide {n} (A substance used to kill insects)  :: Insektengift {n}, Insektizid {n}
insecure {adj} (not comfortable in certain situations)  :: unsicher
insecure {adj} (not secure)  :: nicht sicher
insecurity {n} (lack of security, uncertainty)  :: Unsicherheit
insecurity {n}  :: Unsicherheit {f}
inseminate {v} (to cause to become pregnant) SEE: impregnate  ::
inseminate {v} (to disperse or plant seds) SEE: sow  ::
insemination {n} (act of making pregnant)  :: Besamung {f}, Befruchtung {f}, Insemination {f}
insensate {adj} (senseless; foolish; irrational)  :: unsinnig, unvernünftig
insensate {adj} (unfeeling, heartless, cruel, insensitive)  :: empfindungslos
insensible {adj} (incapable of emotional feeling)  :: gefühllos
insensible {adj} (unable to be perceived by the sense)  :: bewusstlos
insensitivity {n} (condition of being insensitive)  :: Gefühllosigkeit
insert {n} (promotional leaflet in a magazine or newspaper)  :: Beilage {f}
insert {v} (put in between or into)  :: einfügen
insertion reaction {n}  :: Insertionsreaktion {f}
inshallah {interj} (God willing)  :: Inschallah, so Gott will
inside {adv} (within the interior)  :: nach innen, herein, drinnen, innerhalb, im innern, im inneren, innerhalb
inside {n} (interior or inner part)  :: Innenseite {f}, Inneres {n}
inside out {adv} (of knowledge: thoroughly)  :: in- und auswendig
inside out {adv} (with the inside turned to be on the outside)  :: umgekrempelt, auf links
insider {n} (person who has special knowledge)  :: Insider {m}
insidious {adj} (treacherous) SEE: treacherous  ::
insight {n} (power of acute observation and deduction)  :: Einsicht {f}
insightful {adj} (possessing insight)  :: einfühlsam, verständnisvoll; scharfsinnig; aufschlussreich, erkenntnisreich
insignia {n} (symbol or token of power, status, or offic)  :: Insigne {n}, Signum {n}, Abzeichen {n}
insignificant {adj} (not significant; not important)  :: bedeutungslos, unbedeutend
insinuate {v} (ingratiate oneself)  :: einschmeicheln
insinuate {v} (make way for by subtle means)  :: andeuten
insinuation {n} (a suggestion or intimation by distant allusion)  :: Unterstellung {f}, Andeutung {f}, Anspielung {f}, versteckte Andeutung {f}, unterschwellige Anspielung {f}
insinuation {n} (The act of gaining favor, affection, or influence, by gentle or artful means)  :: Einschmeicheln {n}, Anbiedern {n}, Bauchpinseln {n}, Einschmeichelei {f}, Anbiederung {f}
insipid {adj} (cloyingly sentimental)  :: stumpfsinnig, geistlos
insipid {adj} (flat; lacking character or definition)  :: charakterlos, geschmacklos
insipid {adj} (unappetizingly flavorless)  :: fade, lasch, abgestanden
insist {v} (to hold up a claim emphatically)  :: [[[auf]] etwas] bestehen
insistence {n} (state of being insistent)  :: Beharrlichkeit {f}, Insistenz {f}, Eindringlichkeit {f}
insistence {n} (urgent demand)  :: Dringlichkeit {f}
insofar as {conj} (to the extent that)  :: insofern, als dass
insolation {n} (medicine: sunstroke) SEE: sunstroke  ::
insole {n} (inside sole of footwear)  :: Einlage {f}, Einlegesohle {f}
insolvency {n} (the condition of being insolvent)  :: Insolvenz {f}, Zahlungsunfähigkeit {f}
insolvent {adj} (Unable to pay)  :: insolvent, zahlungsunfähig
insomnia {n} (sleeping disorder)  :: Schlaflosigkeit {f}
in spades {adv} (to excess)  :: in höchstem Maße
inspect {v} (examine critically, scrutinize)  :: begutachten, untersuchen, inspizieren
inspect {v} (view and examine officially)  :: inspizieren, prüfen, begutachten
inspection {n} (the act of examining something, often closely)  :: Inspektion {f}, Prüfung {f}
inspiration {n} (physiology: drawing of air)  :: Einatmung {f}, Einatmen {n}
inspiration {n} (stimulating influence upon the intellect or emotions)  :: Inspiration {f}
inspiration {n} (supernatural divine influence)  :: göttliche Eingebung {f}
inspirator {n} (inhaler) SEE: inhaler  ::
inspirator {n} (inspirer) SEE: inspirer  ::
inspire {v}  :: einhauchen, einflößen, begeistern
inspire {v} (to inhale) SEE: inhale  ::
in spite of {prep} (despite)  :: trotz
instability {n}  :: Instabilität {f}
install {v} (set something up for use)  :: installieren
installation {n} (act of installing or giving possession of an office, rank, or order, with the usual rites or ceremonies)  :: Installation {f}
installation {n} (system of machines)  :: Anlage {f}
installment {n} (part of a serial)  :: Folge {f}
installment {n} (portion of debt)  :: Rate {f}
instalment {n} (installment) SEE: installment  ::
instance {n} (in computing)  :: Instanz {f}
instance variable {n}  :: Instanzvariable {f}
instant {adj} (immediate)  :: augenblicklich
instant {adj} (imminent)  :: bevorstehend
instant {adj} (momentary)  :: momentan, vorübergehend
instant {adj} (of the current month)  :: dieses Monats, archaic: hujus
instant {adj} (quickly prepared)  :: instant, fertig-
instant {adj} (urgent)  :: dringend
instant {n} (period of time)  :: Augenblick {m}
instant {n} (point in time)  :: Augenblick {m}, Moment {m}
instantaneous {adj} (occurring, arising, or functioning without any delay; happening within an imperceptibly brief period of time)  :: augenblicklich, momentan, unverzögert, sofort
instantaneously {adv} (Without any delay)  :: augenblicklich, im Nu
instant coffee {n} (beverage)  :: löslicher Kaffee {m}
instantiate {v} (to represent by a concrete instance)  :: instanziieren
instantiation {n} (something resulting from the act of instantiating)  :: Instanziierung {f}
instantly {adv} (at once)  :: unmittelbar
instant noodle {n} (a mass of precooked noodles)  :: Fertignudel {f}, Fertignudeln {f-p}, Instantnudeln {f-p}
instar {n} (arthropod at a specified one of these stages)  :: Larve {f}
instar {n} (by extension: development stage)  :: Entwicklungsstadium {n}
instar {n} (stage in the development of arthropods)  :: Larvenstadium {n}
instead {adv} (in the place of (it))  :: stattdessen
instead of {prep} (in lieu of; in place of; rather than)  :: an Stelle von, anstelle von, statt, anstatt
instep {n} (top of the foot between the toes and the ankle)  :: Spann {m}, Fußrücken {m}
instigate {v} (to goad or urge forward; to set on; to provoke; to incite)  :: anstiften
instinct {n} (a natural or inherent impulse or behaviour)  :: Instinkt {m}
institute {n} (college)  :: Institut {n}
institute {v} (to begin or initiate something)  :: instituieren, initiieren, einführen
institution {n} (custom or practice of a society or community)  :: Institution {f}
institution {n} (established organisation)  :: Institution {f}
institution {n} (person long established with a certain place or position)  :: Institution {f}
institutional {adj} (rudimentary) SEE: rudimentary  ::
institutionalize {v} (to establish as a normal practice)  :: institutionalisieren
instruct {v} (teach, give instruction)  :: instruieren, anweisen
instruction {n} (act of instructing, teaching, or furnishing with knowledge; information)  :: Unterricht {m}
instruction {n} (single operation of a processor)  :: Assemblerbefehl {m}
instruction {n} (that which instructs, or with which one is instructed)  :: Anweisung {f}
instructive {adj} (Conveying knowledge, information or instruction)  :: lehrreich, aufschlussreich, belehrend
instructive case {n} (case used to indicate means)  :: Instruktiv {m}
instructor {n} (one who instructs; a teacher)  :: Ausbilder {m}, Lehrer {m}
instrument {n} (legal document)  :: Dokument {n}, Urkunde {f}
instrument {n} (measuring device)  :: Instrument {n}, Meßinstrument {n}
instrument {n} (musical device)  :: Instrument {n}, Musikinstrument {n}
instrument {n} (person used as a mere tool)  :: Handlanger {m}
instrument {n} (tool)  :: Werkzeug {n}, Instrument {n}
instrumental {adj} (music)  :: instrumental
instrumental {adj} (pertaining to the instrumental case)  :: Instrumentalis {m}
instrumental {n} (grammatical case)  :: Instrumental-Kasus {m}
instrumental case {n} (case to express agency or means)  :: Instrumental-Kasus {m}
insufficient {adj} (Not sufficient)  :: unzureichend, ungenügend
insulant {n}  :: Isolierstoff {m}
insulate {v} (to separate or detach)  :: isolieren
insulate {v} (to separate so as to prevent a transfer)  :: isolieren
insulator {n}  :: Isolierstoff {m} , Isolator {m}
insulator {n} (substance)  :: Isolator {m}, Nichtleiter {m}
insulin {n} (polypeptide hormone)  :: Insulin {n}
insult {n} (action or speech deliberately intended to be rude)  :: Beleidigung {f}
insult {n} (anything that causes offence/offense by being of an unacceptable quality)  :: Beleidigung {f}
insult {v} (to offend)  :: beleidigen
insulting {adj} (containing insult, or having the intention of insulting)  :: beleidigend
insultive {adj} (insulting) SEE: insulting  ::
insurance {n} (business)  :: Versicherung {f}
insurance {n} (indemnity)  :: Versicherung {f}
insurance company {n} (company providing insurance policies)  :: Versicherungsgesellschaft {f}
insurance contract {n} (insurance policy) SEE: insurance policy  ::
insurance policy {n} (legal document outlining a particular insurance cover for an insured entity for a given risk)  :: Versicherungsschein {m}
insure {v} (to provide for compensation if some risk occurs)  :: versichern
insure {v}  :: versichern
insurer {n} (one who insures)  :: Versicherer {m}, Versicherungsgeber {m}
insurgent {adj} (rebellious)  :: aufständisch
insurgent {n} (rebel)  :: Aufständischer {m}, Insurgent {m}
insurgents {adj}  :: Aufständische
insurmountable {adj} (incapable of being passed over)  :: unüberwindlich
insurrection {n} (mutiny or rebellion)  :: Aufstand {m}
intake manifold {n} (part of an engine that supplies the fuel/air mixture to the cylinder)  :: Ansaugkrümmer {m}, Ansaugstutzen {m}
intangible {adj} (incapable of being perceived)  :: nicht greifbar, immateriell, vage, unklar
integer {n} (integer)  :: ganze Zahl {f}, Ganzzahl
integrable {adj} (able to be integrated)  :: integrierbar
integral {adj} (constituting a whole together with other parts or factors; not omittable or removable)  :: integral
integral {adj} (math: of, pertaining to, or being an integer)  :: ganzzahlig
integral {n} (antiderivative) SEE: antiderivative  ::
integral {n} (limit of sums)  :: Integral {n}
integral calculus {n} (calculus of areas and volumes)  :: Integralrechnung {f}
integrate {v} (to form into one whole)  :: integrieren
integrate {v} (to indicate the whole of)  :: integrieren
integrate {v} (to subject to the operation of integration; to find the integral of)  :: integrieren
integrated {adj} (composed and coordinated to form a whole)  :: integriert
integrated circuit {n} (thin chip)  :: integrierte Schaltkreis {m}
integration {n} (act or process of making whole or entire)  :: Integration {f}
integration {n} (in analysis)  :: Integration {f}
integration {n} (process of fitting into a community)  :: Integration {f}
integrity {n} (quality or condition of being complete; pure)  :: Integrität {f}
integrity {n} (state of being wholesome; unimpaired)  :: Integrität {f}
integrity {n} (steadfast adherence to a strict moral or ethical code)  :: Integrität {f}
intel {n} (intelligence) SEE: intelligence  ::
intellect {n} (The faculty of knowing and reasoning; understanding)  :: Intellekt {m}
intellectual {adj} (belonging to, or performed by, the intellect; mental or cognitive)  :: intellektuell
intellectual {n} (intelligent person, interested in intellectual matters)  :: Intellektueller {m}, Intellektuelle {f}
intellectualism {n}  :: Intellektualismus {m}
intellectual property {n} (product of someone's intellect)  :: geistiges Eigentum {n}
intelligence {n} (a department, agency or unit designed to gather such information)  :: Geheimdienst {m}, Nachrichtendienst {m}, Sicherheitsdienst {m}
intelligence {n} (capacity of mind)  :: Intelligenz {f}
intelligence {n} (entity that has such capacities)  :: intelligentes Leben {n}
intelligence {n} (information about the enemy)  :: Geheimdienstinformationen {f-p}
intelligence agency {n} (governmental agency devoted to information gathering)  :: Nachrichtendienst {m}, Geheimdienst {m}
intelligence quotient {initialism} (IQ score)  :: Intelligenzquotient {m}
intelligent {adj} (characterized by thoughtful interaction)  :: intelligent
intelligent {adj} (of high or especially quick cognitive capacity, bright)  :: intelligent
intelligent {adj} (well thought-out, well considered)  :: intelligent
intelligent design {prop} (conjecture)  :: Intelligent Design {n}
intelligentsia {n} (Intellectual élite)  :: Intelligenz {f}, Intelligenzija {f}
intelligible {adj} (capable of being understood)  :: einleuchtend, verständlich
intend {v} (to fix the mind upon a goal)  :: beabsichtigen, vorhaben
intense {adj} (strained; tightly drawn)  :: intensiv
intensity {n} (intensity)  :: Intensität {f}
intensive {adj} (demanding, requiring a great amount)  :: intensiv
intensive care unit {n} (intensive care unit) SEE: ICU  ::
intent {n} (a purpose; something that is intended)  :: Absicht {f}
intention {n} (course intended to follow)  :: Absicht {f}
intentional {adj} (done with intent)  :: vorsätzlich
intentional {adj} (intended or planned; done deliberately or voluntarily)  :: absichtlich
intentionalism {n} (theory that the meaning of any text is determined by the intentions of its author)  :: Intentionalismus {m}
intentionally {adv} (intentional manner, on purpose)  :: absichtlich, vorsätzlich, beabsichtigt, bewusst
inter- {prefix} (among, between)  :: inter-, zwischen-
inter {v} (bury in a grave)  :: begraben
interact {v} (act upon each other)  :: interagieren
interaction {n} (conversation or exchange between people)  :: Interaktion {f}
interaction {n} (situation or occurrence in which two or more objects or events act upon one another)  :: Interaktion {f}
interactive {adj} (Acting with each other)  :: interaktiv
interactive {adj} (Responding to the user)  :: interaktiv
interactivity {n} (quality of being interactive)  :: Interaktivität {f}
inter alia {adv} (among other things)  :: unter anderem
intercardinal direction {n} (intermediate compass directions)  :: Nebenhimmelsrichtung {f}
intercede {v} (to plea on someone else's behalf)  :: bitten, intervenieren, verwenden
intercellular {adj}  :: interzellular, interzellulär
intercept {v} (to gain possession of)  :: abfangen
intercept {v} (to stop, deflect or divert)  :: abfangen
intercession {n} (a prayer to God on behalf of another person)  :: Fürbitte {f}
interchangeable {adj} (freely substitutable)  :: austauschbar, auswechselbar
intercom {n} (an electronic communication system)  :: Gegensprechanlage {f}, Sprechanlage {f}
intercontinental {adj} (between two or more continents)  :: interkontinental
intercostal {adj} (anatomy)  :: interkostal
intercourse {n} (communication, conversation)  :: Beziehungen {f-p}, Umgang {m}, Verkehr {m}
intercourse {n} (dealings between countries)  :: Beziehungen {f-p}
intercourse {n} (dealings with people, including commerce and trade)  :: Beziehungen {f-p}
intercourse {n} (sexual intercourse)  :: Geschlechtsverkehr {m}, Verkehr {m}
intercultural {adj} (between different cultures)  :: interkulturell
interdict {n} (A papal decree prohibiting the administration of the sacraments from a political entity under the power of a single person)  :: Interdikt
interdisciplinary {adj} (of or pertaining to multiple distinct academic disciplines or fields of study)  :: interdisziplinär
interest {n} (great attention and concern from someone)  :: Interesse {n}
interest {n} (the price of credit)  :: Zins {m}
interest {v} (to attract attention or concern)  :: interessieren
interested {adj} (having or showing interest)  :: interessiert
interest-free {adj} (not charging interest)  :: zinsfrei
interest group {n} (advocacy group) SEE: advocacy group  ::
interesting {adj} (arousing or holding the attention)  :: interessant
interest rate {n} (percentage of money charged for its use per some period)  :: Zinssatz {m}, Zinsfuß {m}
interface {n} (chemistry, physics: thin layer or boundary between different substances, or phases of a single substance)  :: Grenzfläche {f}
interface {n} (computing: connection between a user and a machine)  :: Schnittstelle {f}
interface {n} (computing, object-oriented: connection between parts of software)  :: Schnittstelle {f}
interface {n} (computing, object-oriented: piece of code defining a set of operations that other code must implement)  :: Schnittstelle {f}
interface {n} (computing: point of interconnection between systems or subsystems)  :: Schnittstelle {f}
interface {n} (point of interconnection between entities)  :: Schnittstelle {f}
interface definition language {n}  :: Schnittstellendefinitionssprache {f}
interface description language {n}  :: Schnittstellenbeschreibungssprache {f}
interface segregation principle {prop}  :: Schnittstellentrennungsprinzip {n}, Interface-Segregation-Prinzip {n}
interfere {v}  :: erschweren
interfere {v} (to get involved, causing disturbance)  :: stören
interference {n} (distortion on a broadcast signal due to atmospheric or other effects)  :: Störung {f}
interference {n} (effect caused by the superposition of two systems of waves)  :: Interferenz, Störung {f}
interferon {n} (any of a group of glycoproteins, that prevent viral replication in infected cells)  :: Interferon {m}
interfix {n} (an empty morph inserted between two morphemes)  :: Fugenelement {n}
intergalactic {adj} (occurring between galaxies)  :: intergalaktisch
interhalogen compound {n}  :: Interhalogenverbindung {f}
interim {adj} (temporary)  :: zwischenzeitlich
interim {adj} (transitional)  :: übergangsweise, Übergangs-
interim {n} (a transitional or temporary period between other events)  :: Übergangszeit {f}, Zwischenzeit {f}
interior {n} (the inside of an enclosed structure)  :: Interieur {n}, Inneres {n}
interior {n} (the set of all interior points)  :: Inneres {n}, offener Kern {m}
interior angle {n} (angle)  :: Innenwinkel {m}
interior point {n} (point in a set)  :: innerer Punkt {m}
interjacent {adj} (situated between)  :: dazwischenliegend
interjection {n} (an exclamation or filled pause in grammar)  :: Interjektion {f}, Ausrufewort {n}, Empfindungswort {n}
interlanguage {n} (creole) SEE: creole  ::
interlanguage {n} (lingua franca) SEE: lingua franca  ::
interlanguage {n} (mixed language)  :: Interimssprache {f}
interlanguage {n} (pidgin) SEE: pidgin  ::
interlinear {adj} (interlinear)  :: interlinear, Interlinear-, zwischenzeilig
interlinear {n} (interlinear (translation))  :: Interlinearübersetzung {f}, Interlineares {n}
Interlingua {prop} (interlanguage based on Romance languages)  :: Interlingua
interlocutor {n} (A person who takes part in dialogue or conversation)  :: Gesprächspartner {m}
interloper {n} (one who interferes)  :: Eindringling {m}
interlude {n} (intervening episode etc)  :: Zwischenspiel {n}
intermarriage {n} (mixed marriage) SEE: mixed marriage  ::
intermediary {n} (an agent acting as a mediator between sides that may disagree)  :: Zwischenhändler {m}
intermediate frequency {n}  :: Zwischenfrequenz
intermediate value theorem {n} (mean value theorem)  :: Zwischenwertsatz {m}
interment {n} (The act of burying a dead body; burial)  :: Beerdigung {f}
interminate {adj} (interminable) SEE: interminable  ::
interminated {adj} (interminable) SEE: interminable  ::
intermission {n} (break between performances or sessions)  :: Unterbrechung {f}, Pause {f}
intermittent {adj} (stopping and starting at intervals)  :: intermittierend, zeitweise, aussetzend
in terms of {prep} (In relation to, concerning, regarding)  :: in Bezug auf, in Hinsicht auf
intern {n} (a student or recent graduate who works in order to gain experience in their chosen field)  :: Praktikant {m}, Praktikantin {f}
intern {v} (to imprison (transitive))  :: internieren
internal {adj}  :: intern, innerlich, inländisch
internal combustion engine {n} (a piston or a rotary heat engine)  :: Verbrennungsmotor {m}
internalize {v} (make something internal)  :: internalisieren, verinnerlichen
international {adj} (between, concerning, or transcending multiple nations)  :: international
Internationale {prop} (proletarian song)  :: die Internationale {f}
internationalise {v} (to make international) SEE: internationalize  ::
internationalism {n} (cooperation between nations)  :: Internationalismus {m}
internationalization {n} (conversion of something to make it international)  :: Internationalisierung {f}
internationalize {v} (to make something international)  :: internationalisieren
international law {n} (set of rules applied to the relations between nations)  :: Völkerrecht {n}
International Monetary Fund {prop} (International Monetary Fund)  :: Internationaler Währungsfonds {m}
International Phonetic Alphabet {abbr} (standardized symbols for speech)  :: Internationales Phonetisches Alphabet {n}
international relations {n} (study of relationships among countries)  :: internationale Beziehungen {f-p}
international reply coupon {n} (Prepaid international postage voucher)  :: Internationaler Antwortschein {m}
internee {n} (one who is imprisoned or otherwise confined)  :: Internierte {m} {f}
internet {n} (Internet) SEE: Internet  ::
Internet {prop} (specific internet consisting of the global network of computers)  :: Internet {n}
Internet cafe {n} (place where one can use a computer with Internet)  :: Internetcafé {n}
Internet of Things {prop} (proposed Internet-like structure connecting everyday physical objects)  :: Internet der Dinge
Internet presence {n}  :: Internetpräsenz {f}
internist {n} (specialist in internal medicine)  :: Internist {m}, Internistin {f}
internment {n} (confinement within narrow limits to the interior of a country)  :: Internierung {f}
internment camp {n} (euphemism)  :: Internierungslager {n}
internode {n} (a section of the stem between two nodes)  :: Internodium {n}
internship {n} (job taken by a student)  :: Praktikum {n}
interoceanic {adj} (anatomy)  :: interozeanisch
interoperability {n}  :: Interoperabilität {f}
interpellate {v} (address in a way that presupposes a particular identification)  :: interpellieren
interpellate {v} (question formally about government business)  :: interpellieren
interplanetary {adj} (existing or occurring between between planets)  :: interplanetarisch, interplanetar
interpolate {v} (to estimate the value of a function)  :: interpolieren
interpolation {n} (math, science: process of estimating the value of a function)  :: Interpolation {f}
interposition {n} (the act of interposing, or the state of being interposed)  :: Einfügen {n}, Einwerfen {n}, Einflechten {n}, Zwischenschalten {n}
interposition {n} (the thing interposed)  :: Einfügung {f}, Einschaltung {f}, Zwischenschaltung {f}, Vermittlung {f}
interpret {v} (to act as an interpreter)  :: dolmetschen, übersetzen
interpret {v} (to apprehend and represent by means of art)  :: interpretieren
interpret {v} (to explain or tell the meaning of)  :: interpretieren
interpretable {adj} (capable of being interpreted)  :: interpretierbar
interpretation {n} (act of interpreting)  :: Interpretation {f}, Dolmetschen {n}
interpretation {n} (artist's way of expressing his thought)  :: Interpretation {f}
interpretation {n} (sense given by an interpreter)  :: Interpretation {f}, Deutung {f}
interpreter {n} (one who interprets speech in another language)  :: Dolmetscher {m}, Dolmetscherin {f}
interracial {adj} (between or including two or more races)  :: interrassisch
interregnum {n} (intermission in any order of succession; any breach of continuity in action or influence)  :: Pause {f}, Unterbrechung {f}
interregnum {n} (period of time between the end of a sovereign's reign and the accession of another sovereign)  :: Interregnum {n}
interrelated {adj} (having a mutual or reciprocal relation or parallelism)  :: zusammenhängend
interrelation {n} (mutual or reciprocal relation; correlation)  :: Zusammenhang {m}
interrex {n} (similar interim ruler)  :: Interrex {m}
interrobang {n} (symbol ‽ - combination of ? and !)  :: Fragerufzeichen
interrogate {v} (to question or quiz)  :: verhören
interrogation {n} (act of interrogating or questioning)  :: Befragung {f}, [law] Vernehmung {f}, [police] Verhör {n}
interrogation mark {n} (question mark) SEE: question mark  ::
interrogation point {n} (question mark) SEE: question mark  ::
interrogative pronoun {n} (pronoun used in a question)  :: Interrogativpronomen {n}, fragendes Fürwort {n}
interrogator {n} (one who interrogates, a questioner)  :: Fragender {m}, Fragende {f}, Fragesteller {m}, Fragestellerin {f}
interrupt {v} (to disturb or halt an ongoing process or action)  :: unterbrechen
interruption {n} (a time interval during which there is a cessation of something)  :: Unterbrechung {f}
interruption {n} (the act of interrupting, or the state of being interrupted)  :: Unterbrechung {f}
intersect {v} (in mathematics)  :: sich schneiden
intersect {v} (to cross each other; to cut each other)  :: sich schneiden
intersection {n} (in geometry)  :: Schnittpunkt {m}
intersection {n} (in set theory)  :: Durchschnitt
intersection {n} (junction of two or more paths, etc)  :: Kreuzung {f}
intersectionality {n} (sociological methodology )  :: Intersektionalität {f}
intersex {adj} (having characteristics of both sexes)  :: intersexuell
intersex {n} (condition)  :: Intersexualität {f}
intersex {n} (individual)  :: Intersexuelle {f}, Intersexueller {m}, Intersex-Person {f}
intersexual {adj} (biology: having both male and female characteristics)  :: intersexuell
intersexual {n}  :: Intersex-Person {f}, Intersexuelle {f}, Intersexueller {m}
intersexuality {n} (physical features of both sexes)  :: Intersexualität {f}
interstellar {adj} (among stars)  :: interstellar
interstellar {adj} (between stars)  :: interstellar
interstitial {adj} (of, relating to, or situated in an interstice)  :: Zwischen-, zwischenliegend
intersubjective {adj} (inter-subjective)  :: intersubjektiv
intersubjectivity {n} (state/condition of being intersubjective)  :: Intersubjektivität {f}
intertidal zone {n} (foreshore) SEE: foreshore  ::
intertwine {v} (To become twined together)  :: sich verflechten
intertwine {v} (To twine something together)  :: verflechten
interval {n} (distance in space)  :: Abstand {m}, Zwischenraum {m}
interval {n} (intermission) SEE: intermission  ::
interval {n} (music: distance in pitch of notes)  :: Intervall {n}
interval {n} (period of time)  :: Intervall {n}
interval {n} (sports:half time) SEE: half time  ::
intervene {v} (to come between, or to be between, persons or things)  :: eingreifen, [politics] intervenieren
intervention {n} (act of intervening)  :: Intervention {f}
interventionism {n} (political practice)  :: Interventionismus {m}
intervertebral disc {n} (disc between the vertebra in the spine)  :: Bandscheibe {f}
interview {n} (a formal meeting for the assessment of a candidate or applicant)  :: Vorstellungsgespräch {n}, Interview {n}
interview {n} (conversation with journalist etc.)  :: Interview {n}
interview {v} (to obtain an interview)  :: interviewen
interviewer {n} (one who interviews)  :: Befrager {m}, Befragerin {f}, Interviewer {m}, Interviewerin {f}
interwar {adj} (Relating to the time between two wars)  :: Zwischenkriegszeit {f} [noun]
intestate {adj} (without a valid will)  :: ohne Testament
intestinal {adj} (relating to the intestines)  :: Darm-
intestine {adj}  :: innere
intestine {n} (alimentary canal)  :: Darm {m}, Eingeweide {n}
intestine {n} (subdivision of the alimentary canal)  :: Darm {m}, Eingeweide {n}
in the doghouse {adj} (Experiencing someone's anger or disapproval)  :: in Ungnade
in the end {adv} (eventually, finally)  :: schließlich, letztendlich, zuallerletzt, zu guter Letzt
in the first place {adv} (to begin with)  :: erstens, an erster Stelle
in the flesh {adv} (with one's own body and presence)  :: aus Fleisch und Blut, in echt [colloquial]
in the future {adv} (at a future time)  :: in der Zukunft, zukünftig, künftig
in the know {adj} (informed, aware)  :: eingeweiht
in the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king {proverb} (In the land of the blind, the one-eyed man is king)  :: unter den Blinden ist der Einäugige König
in the least {adv} (at all) SEE: at all  ::
in the light of {prep} (in light of) SEE: in light of  ::
in the limelight {adj} (focus of attention)  :: im Rampenlicht
in the long run {adv} (eventually)  :: auf lange Sicht, langfristig
in the long term {adv} (eventually) SEE: in the long run  ::
in the making {adj} (in the process of being made)  :: im Werden
in the name of {phrase} (with appeal to)  :: im Namen von
in the offing {adj} (in the foreseeable future; on the horizon)  :: in Aussicht
in the past {adv} (at a past time)  :: in der Vergangenheit
in the red {adj} (in debt)  :: in den roten Zahlen, in den Roten
in the same breath {adv}  :: im gleichen Atemzug, im selben Atemzug
in the sticks {adv} (a long distance away from anywhere of importance)  :: in der Pampa, am Arsch der Welt, wo sich Fuchs und Hase gute Nacht sagen
in the wake of {prep} (as a result of)  :: als Folge von
in the way {adj} (obstructing)  :: im Wege, stören [verb]
in the wild {adj} (not domesticated)  :: in freier Natur, in freier Wildbahn, wildlebend
in the world {adv} (intensifier)  :: in aller Welt, in Gottes Namen, in Herrgotts Namen, um Himmels willen
in three days {adv} (in three days - translation entry)  :: in drei Tagen, überübermorgen
intimacy {n} (feeling of closeness and openness towards someone else)  :: Intimität {f}
intimate {adj} (closely acquainted; familiar)  :: vertraut, innig
intimate {adj} (of or involved in a sexual relationship)  :: intim
intimate partner violence {n} (domestic violence) SEE: domestic violence  ::
in time {prep} (as time passes)  :: mit der Zeit
in time {prep} (at or before the time assigned)  :: rechtzeitig
in time {prep} ((music) in the correct tempo)  :: im Takt
in time {prep} (sufficiently early (for something))  :: rechtzeitig
intimidate {v} (to impress, amaze, excite)  :: beeindrucken
intimidate {v} (to make timid or fearful)  :: einschüchtern
intimidation {n} (act of making timid or fearful)  :: Einschüchterung {f}
intine {n} (innermost wall of a spore or pollen grain)  :: Intine {f}
into {prep} (against, with force)  :: gegen
into {prep} (going inside)  :: in
into {prep} (producing, becoming)  :: in
into {prep} (taking distinct arguments to distinct values)  :: auf
intolerance {n} (extreme sensitivity to a food or drug; allergy)  :: Intoleranz {f}
intolerance {n} (the state of being intolerant)  :: Intoleranz {f}
intolerant {adj} (not tolerant; close-minded about new or different ideas)  :: intolerant
intonation {n} (the rise and fall of the voice in speaking)  :: Intonation {f}
in total {adv} (including all aspects of something)  :: insgesamt
intoxicate {v} (To stupefy by doping with chemical substances such as alcohol)  :: berauschen, vergiften
intoxicated {adj} (stupefied by alcohol)  :: besoffen, betrunken
intoxicated {adj} (stupefied by any chemical substance)  :: berauscht
intranet {n} (private computer network that uses the protocols of the Internet)  :: Intranet {n}
intransigence {n} (intransigence)  :: Unnachgiebigkeit {f}
intransigent {adj} (unwilling to compromise or moderate a position)  :: kompromisslos, intransigent
intransitive {adj} (of a verb, not taking a direct object)  :: intransitiv
intransitive verb {n} (action verb not taking a direct object)  :: Intransitiv {m}, intransitives Verb {n}
intranslatability {n} (property of being untranslatable; inability to be translated)  :: Unübersetzbarkeit {f}
intraocular pressure {n}  :: Augeninnendruck {m}
intraosseous {adj}  :: intraossär
intrauterine device {n} (contraceptive device)  :: Intrauterinpessar {n}, Spirale {f}
intravenous {adj} (inside the veins)  :: intravenös
intrepid {adj} (fearless)  :: unerschrocken, furchtlos, mutig
intrepidness {n} (fearlessness)  :: Unerschrockenheit {f}, Verwegenheit {f}, Kühnheit {f}, Furchtlosigkeit {f}
intricacy {n} (The state or quality of being intricate or entangled)  :: Gewundenheit {f}, Komplexität {f}, Schwierigkeit {f}, Verworrenheit {f}, Verzwicktheit
intricate {adj} (having a great deal of fine detail or complexity)  :: aufwendig, kompliziert
intrigue {n} (plot or scheme)  :: Intrige {f}
intrigue {v} (plan)  :: intrigieren
intriguing {adj} (causing a desire to know more)  :: faszinierend, fesselnd, interessant
intrinsic {adj} (inherent)  :: intrinsisch
intro {n} (short form of introduction)  :: intro
introduce {v} (to and make something or someone known by formal announcement or recommendation)  :: vorstellen
introduce {v} (to bring into practice)  :: einführen
introduce {v} (to cause someone to be acquainted)  :: vorstellen, bekannt machen
introduction {n} (act or process of introducing)  :: Einführung {f}
introduction {n} (initial section of a book or article which introduces subject material)  :: Einführung {f}
introduction {n} (means of presenting one person to another)  :: Einführung {f}
introductory {adj} (introducing)  :: einführend
introjection {n} (incorporation ideas uncounsciously into one's psyche)  :: Introjektion {f}
introspection {n} (the act or process of self-examination)  :: Innenschau {f}, Introspektion {f}, Selbstbeobachtung {f}, Selbstprüfung {f}, Selbstwahrnehmung {f} [psychology]
introspective sort {n}  :: Introsort {m}
introverted {adj} (possessing the characteristic property of an introvert)  :: introvertiert
intrude {v} (to enter without welcome; to encroach)  :: eindringen, stören, sich eindrängen
intruder {n} (someone who intrudes)  :: Eindringling {m}
intrusion {n} (forcible entry)  :: Intrusion {f}
intrusive {adj} (forced between layers of rocks)  :: intrusiv
intrusive {adj} (tending to intrude)  :: aufdringlich
intubate {v}  :: intubieren
intuition {n} (immediate cognition without the use of rational processes)  :: Ahnung {f}, Anschauung {f}, Eingebung {f}, Einfühlungsvermögen {n}, Gespür {n}, unmittelbare Erkenntnis {f}
intuition {n} (perceptive insight gained by the use of this faculty)  :: Intuition {f}
intuitive {adj} (automatic, without requiring conscious thought)  :: intuitiv
in turn {adv} (having a relationship sequentially comparable to one just mentioned)  :: wiederum
in turn {adv} (one after the other; successively)  :: der Reihe nach, nacheinander
in twain {adv} (in halves)  :: entzwei
in two days {adv} (in two days - translation entry)  :: in zwei Tagen, übermorgen
Inuk {n} (the people)  :: Inuk {m}
Inuktitut {prop} (language)  :: Inuktitut {n}
inundation {n} (act of inundating)  :: Überschwemmung {f}, Überflutung {f}
inure {v}  :: gewöhnen
inutility {n} (unprofitability) SEE: unprofitability  ::
inutility {n} (uselessness) SEE: uselessness  ::
inutterable {adj} (unutterable) SEE: unutterable  ::
invade {v} (to enter by force in order to conquer)  :: überfallen, einmarschieren
invade {v} (to move into)  :: eindringen, verletzen
invader {n} (one who invades; an assailant; an encroacher; an intruder)  :: Eindringling {m}, Eroberer {m}, Erobererin {f}
in vain {adv} (without success)  :: vergebens, vergeblich
invalid {adj} (not valid)  :: ungültig
invalidate {v} (to make invalid)  :: entkräften
invalidated {adj}  :: entkräftet
invariable {adj} (not variable)  :: unveränderlich
invariant {adj} (that does not vary)  :: unveränderlich
invariant {adj} (that is not affected by a specified operation)  :: invariant
invariant {adj}  :: unveränderlich
invasion {n} (military action)  :: Invasion {f}, Überfall {m}
invent {v} (create something fictional)  :: ausdenken, erfinden
invent {v} (design a new process or mechanism)  :: erfinden
invented {adj} (imaginary) SEE: imaginary  ::
invention {n} (act of inventing)  :: Erfinden {n}
invention {n} (capacity to invent)  :: Einfallsreichtum {n}
invention {n} (small self-contained musical composition)  :: Invention {f}
invention {n} (something invented)  :: Erfindung {f}
inventor {n} (inventor)  :: Erfinder {m}, Erfinderin {f}
inventory {n} (detailed list of all of the items on hand)  :: Inventar {n}
inventory {n} (process of producing or updating such a list)  :: Inventur {f}
inventory {n} (stock of an item on hand at a particular location or business)  :: Inventar {n}, Lager {n}
inventress {n} (inventrix) SEE: inventrix  ::
inverse {adj} (opposite in effect or nature)  :: entgegengesetzt
inverse {adj} (reverse, opposite in order)  :: umgekehrt
inverse function {n} (function that does the opposite of another)  :: Umkehrfunktion {f}, inverse Funktion {f}
inversion {n} (deviation from standard word order by putting the predicate before the subject, in questions with auxiliary verbs and for the purpose of emphasis)  :: Inversion {f}
inversion of control {n} (abstract principle describing an aspect of some software architecture designs)  :: Inversion of Control {f}, Steuerungsumkehrung {f}
inversion pair {n} (mathematics)  :: Fehlstand {m}
invert {n} (homosexual) SEE: homosexual  ::
invertebrate {adj} (lacking backbone)  :: wirbellos
invertebrate {n} (animal without backbone)  :: Invertebrat {n}, Wirbelloses {n}
invertible {adj} ((mathematics) which has an inverse)  :: invertierbar
invest {v} (to clothe or wrap with garments) SEE: clothe  ::
invest {v} (to commit resources in the hope of financial gain)  :: investieren
invest {v} (to make investments)  :: investieren
invest {v} (to spend money, time, effort into sthg)  :: investieren
investigate {v} (to examine)  :: untersuchen
investigate {v} (to inquire into, study)  :: untersuchen, erforschen, recherchieren
investigation {n} (the act of investigating)  :: Untersuchung {f}
investigator {n} (one who investigates)  :: Ermittler {m}, Ermittlerin {f}
investment {n} (a placement of capital in expectation of deriving income or profit from its use)  :: Investition {f}
investment casting {n}  :: Feinguss {m}
investor {n} (person who invests money in order to make a profit)  :: Investor {m}, Anleger {m}
inveterate {adj} (malignant) SEE: malignant  ::
in view of {prep} (considering)  :: angesichts
invigorate {v} (To impart vigor, strength, or vitality to)  :: beleben, kräftigen, stärken
invincible {adj} (impossible to defeat, destroy or kill)  :: unbesiegbar
in vino veritas {proverb} (one tells the truth under the influence of alcohol)  :: im Wein liegt die Wahrheit
inviolable {adj} (not violable; not to be infringed)  :: unantastbar, unverletzlich
invisibility {n} (the state of being invisible)  :: Unsichtbarkeit {f}
invisible {adj} (not appearing on the surface)  :: versteckt
invisible {adj} (unable to be seen)  :: unsichtbar
Invisible Pink Unicorn {prop} (unicorn goddess)  :: unsichtbares rosafarbenes Einhorn
invisible rail {n} (bird)  :: Trommelralle {f}
invisibly {adv} (in a way that can not be seen)  :: unsichtbar
invitation {n} (act of inviting)  :: Einladung {f}, Einladen {n}
invitation {n} (document or spoken words conveying the message by which one is invited)  :: Einladung {f}
invite {n} ((informal) invitation)  :: Einladung {f}
invite {v} (ask for the presence or participation of someone)  :: einladen
invite {v} (encourage) SEE: encourage  ::
in vitro fertilization {n} ((medicine) the fertilization of an egg by sperm outside of a woman's body)  :: In-vitro-Fertilisation {f}
invoice {n} (bill)  :: Rechnung {f}
invoke {v}  :: aufrufen
involucre {n} (conspicuous bract)  :: Hüllblatt {n}
involuntary {adj} (Not voluntary or willing; contrary or opposed to explicit will or desire; unwilling)  :: unfreiwillig
involuntary {adj} (Without intention; unintentional)  :: unabsichtlich
involved {adj} (associated with others, be or be made a participant)  :: beteiligt, betroffen
involved {adj} (complicated) SEE: complicated  ::
involved {adj} (having an affair with someone)  :: eine Affäre haben
invulnerable {adj} (incapable of being wounded)  :: unverwundbar
inward {adj} (on inside)  :: innere
inward {adv} (toward the inside)  :: nach innen
Io {prop} (moon of Jupiter)  :: Io {f}
IOC {n} (initialism of inversion of control)  :: Inversion of Control {f}
IOC {prop} (initialism of International Olympic Committee)  :: IOK
iodic acid {n} (oxyacid of iodine)  :: Iodsäure {f}, Jodsäure {f}
iodine {n} (antiseptic)  :: Jodtinktur {f}
iodine {n} (element)  :: Iod {n}, Jod {n}
iodine monobromide {n}  :: Iodbromid {n}
iodine tribromide {n}  :: Iodtribromid {n}
iodometry {n} (chemistry: analytical technique)  :: Iodometrie
ion {n} (atom or group of atoms bearing an electrical charge)  :: Ion {n}
Ionian Islands {prop} (a group of islands in the Ionian Sea)  :: Ionische Inseln
Ionian Sea {prop} (European sea)  :: Ionisches Meer
ionosphere {n} (part of Earth's atmosphere)  :: Ionosphäre {f}
iota {n} (Greek letter)  :: Jota {n}
Iowa {prop} (A state in Midwest in US)  :: Iowa
IP {abbr} (inflectional phrase)  :: IP {f}
IPA {initialism} (International Phonetic Alphabet)  :: IPA
IP address {n} (number assigned to each computer's network interface)  :: IP-Adresse {f}
iPhone {n} (device)  :: iPhone {n}
iPod {n} (device)  :: iPod {m}
ipso facto {adv} (By that fact)  :: ipso facto
IQ {n} (abbreviation of intelligence quotient)  :: IQ
Iran {prop} (country in the Middle East)  :: Iran {m}
Iran {prop} (Persia) SEE: Persia  ::
Irani {adj} (Iranian) SEE: Iranian  ::
Irani {n} (Iranian) SEE: Iranian  ::
Iranian {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Iran, the people or Iranian languages)  :: iranisch
Iranian {n} (person from Iran or of Iranian descent)  :: Iraner {m}, Iranerin {f}
Iraq {prop} (country)  :: Irak {m}
Iraqi {adj} (from or pertaining to Iraq)  :: irakisch
Iraqi {n} (person from Iraq)  :: Iraker {m}, Irakerin {f}
irascible {adj} (prone to anger)  :: aufbrausend, jähzornig
ire {n} (great anger)  :: Ärger {m}, Wut {f}, Zorn {m}
Ireland {prop} (large island in Europe)  :: Irland {n}
Ireland {prop} (the republic of Ireland, see also: Republic of Ireland)  :: Irland
irene {n} (hydrocarbon)  :: Iren {n}
Irene {prop} (female given name)  :: Irene {f}
iridesce {v} (iridesce)  :: irisieren
iridescence {n} (The condition or state of being iridescent; exhibition of colors like those of the rainbow; a prismatic play of color)  :: Iridisieren {n}
iridescent {adj} (producing lustrous colors)  :: irisierend, schillernd
iridium {n} (chemical element)  :: Iridium {n}
Iriomote cat {n} (Prionailurus iriomotensis)  :: Iriomote-Katze {f}
iris {n} (part of the eye)  :: Iris {f}, Regenbogenhaut {f}
iris {n} (plant of the genus Iris)  :: Iris {f}, Schwertlilie {f}
Iris {prop} (female given name)  :: Iris
Iris {prop} (Greek messenger of the gods)  :: Iris
Irish {adj} (pertaining to or originating from Ireland or the Irish people)  :: irisch, irländisch [rare]
Irish {adj} (pertaining to the language)  :: Irisch {n}
Irish {n} (the people)  :: Ire {m}, Irin {f}
Irish {prop} (the language)  :: Irisch {n}, Irisch-Gälisch {n}, Gälisch {n}
Irishman {n} (man from Ireland)  :: Ire {m}
Irish Sea {prop} (a sea between the islands of Great Britain and Ireland)  :: Irische See {f}
Irish Setter {n} (a breed of gun dog)  :: irischer Setter {m}
Irish Wolfhound {n} (Irish Wolfhound)  :: Irischer Wolfshund {m}
Irishwoman {n} (woman from Ireland)  :: Irin {f}
iritis {n} (inflammation of the iris)  :: Iritis {f}
irk {v} (to irritate; annoy; bother)  :: ärgern
Irkutsk {prop} (city in Siberia)  :: Irkutsk {n}
iron {adj} (made of iron)  :: eisern
iron {adj} (strong, inflexible)  :: eisern
iron {n} (element)  :: Eisen {n}
iron {n} (for pressing clothes)  :: Bügeleisen {n}
iron {n} (shackles) SEE: shackles  ::
iron {v} (to pass an iron over clothing)  :: bügeln
Iron Age {prop} (archaeology)  :: Eisenzeit {f}
iron bloom {n} (mixture)  :: Eisenblüte
Iron Cross {prop} (military decoration)  :: Eisernes Kreuz
iron curtain {n} (impenetrable barrier)  :: eiserner Vorhang {m}
Iron Curtain {prop} (the dividing line between western Europe and the Soviet controlled regions)  :: Eiserner Vorhang {m}
iron fist {n} (ruthless control)  :: eiserne Hand {f}
iron group {n}  :: Eisengruppe {f}
ironic {adj} (characterized by irony)  :: ironisch
ironical {adj} (characterized by or constituting (any kind of) irony)  :: ironisch
ironical {adj} (given to the use of irony, sarcasm)  :: ironisch
ironically {adv} (In an ironic manner)  :: ironisch
ironing {n} (act of pressing clothes with an iron)  :: Bügeln {n}
ironing {n} (laundry that has been washed and is ready to be ironed)  :: Bügelwäsche {f}
ironing {n} (laundry that has recently been ironed)  :: Bügelwäsche {f}
ironing board {n} (a long board on which one can iron)  :: Bügelbrett {n}
iron lung {n} (a pneumonic device for assisted breathing)  :: eiserne Lunge {f}
iron maiden {n} (torture device)  :: eiserne Jungfrau {f}
ironman {n} (triathlon)  :: Ironman {m}
iron meteorite {n}  :: Eisenmeteorit {m}
iron ore {n} (ore containing iron)  :: Eisenerz {n}
iron out {v} (to remove with an iron)  :: ausbügeln
iron-shot {adj} (ironshot) SEE: ironshot  ::
ironsmith {n} (blacksmith) SEE: blacksmith  ::
ironworks {n} (factory)  :: Eisenwerk {n}
irony {n} (condition contrary to expectations)  :: Ironie {f}
irony {n} (statement that may mean the opposite of what is written literally)  :: Ironie {f}
Iroquois {prop} (any of the Iroquois languages)  :: Irokesische Sprachen
Iroquois {prop} (a person belonging to an Iroquois tribe)  :: Irokese {m}
Iroquois {prop} (confederacy of five Native American tribes)  :: Irokesen {p}, Haudenosaunee
Iroquois {prop} (hairdo)  :: Irokesenschnitt {m}, (slang) Iro {m}
irradiance {n} (physics: Radiant power received by unit area of surface)  :: Bestrahlungsstärke {f}
irradiation {n} (a process of sterilisation)  :: Bestrahlung {f}
irrational {adj} (mathematics: of a number)  :: irrational
irrational {adj} (unfounded or nonsensical)  :: irrational
irrationalism {n} (philosophical movement)  :: Irrationalismus {m}
irrationality {n} (want of reason)  :: Unvernunft
irrational number {n} (real number that is not rational)  :: irrationale Zahl {f}
Irrawaddy {prop} (river that flows through Burma)  :: Irrawaddy
irreconcilable {adj} (unable to be reconciled; opposed; uncompromising)  :: unversöhnlich, unvereinbar
irredentism {n} (an annexation doctrine)  :: Irredentismus {m}
irrefutable {adj} (undeniable, unable to be disproved)  :: unwiderlegbar
irregular {adj} (in grammar, applied to verbs)  :: unregelmäßig
irregular {adj} (nonstandard)  :: irregulär, unregelmäßig
irregularity {n} (instance being irregular)  :: Unregelmäßigkeit {f}
irregularity {n} (object or event that is not regular)  :: Unebenheit {f}
irregularity {n} (state or condition of being irregular)  :: Unregelmäßigkeit {f}
irregularity {n} (violation of rules)  :: Unvorschriftsmäßigkeit {f}, Ungesetzlichkeit {f}
irregular verb {n} (verb that does not follow the normal rules for its conjugation)  :: unregelmäßiges Verb {n}
irrelevance {n} (lack of relationship with the topic at hand, lack of importance)  :: Irrelevanz {f}
irrelevancy {n}  :: Belanglosigkeit {f}
irrelevant {adj} (not related, not applicable, unimportant, not connected)  :: irrelevant
irreparable {adj} (that is unable to be repaired)  :: irreparabel, nicht reparierbar
irresistibility {n} (quality of being irresistible)  :: Unwiderstehlichkeit {f}
irresistible {adj} (not able to be resisted)  :: unwiderstehlich
irrespective {adj} (regardless)  :: ungeachtet, ohne Berücksichtigung, unabhängig von
irresponsibility {n} (character or state of being irresponsible)  :: Verantwortungslosigkeit {f}, Unverantwortlichkeit {f}
irresponsible {adj} (lacking a sense of responsibility)  :: verantwortungslos
irreverent {adj} (disrespectful, cynical, caviling, querulous, or vulgar)  :: respektlos
irreversible {adj} (incapable of being reversed)  :: irreversibel, unumkehrbar
irrevocable {adj} (unable to be retracted or reversed)  :: unwiderruflich
irrigate {v} (to supply farmland with water)  :: bewässern
irrigation {n} (The act or process of irrigating)  :: Bewässerung {f}, Irrigation {f}
irritable bowel syndrome {n} (functional disorder causing the nerves and muscles of the large intestine to be oversensitive)  :: Reizdarmsyndrom
irritate {v} (to cause or induce displeasure or irritation)  :: reizen
Irtysh {prop} (river in Siberia)  :: Irtysch {m}
is {v}  :: ist
Isaac {prop} (male given name)  :: Isaak {m}
Isaac {prop} (son of Abraham and Sarah)  :: Isaak {m}
Isabel {prop} (female given name)  :: Isabell {f}, Isabelle {f}, Isabella {f}
Isabella {prop} (female given name) SEE: Isabel  ::
Isaiah {prop} (book of the Bible)  :: Jesaja
ischemia {n} (local anemia)  :: Ischämie {f}
ischiatic {adj} (of or pertaining to the ischium)  :: ischiatisch
ischium {n} (the lowest of three bones of the pelvis)  :: Sitzbein {n}, Ischium {n}
-ise {suffix} (-ize) SEE: -ize  ::
isentropic {adj} (having a constant entropy)  :: isentrop
Iseult {prop} (female given name)  :: Isolde
ish {adv} (somewhat)  :: ungefähr
-ish {suffix} (appended to adjectives)  :: -lich
-ish {suffix} (appended to words)  :: -haft
-ish {suffix}  :: -isch
Ishmael {prop} (eldest son of Abraham)  :: Ismael {m}
isinglass {n} (gelatine obtained from fish)  :: Hausenblase {f}
Isis {prop} (ancient Egyptian goddess of fertility)  :: Isis {f}
is it going to rain {phrase} (is it going to rain)  :: wird es regnen?
Islam {n} (religion)  :: Islam {m}
Islamic {adj} (Adjectival form of Islam)  :: islamisch
Islamic fundamentalism {prop} (movement towards Islamic conservatism)  :: islamischer Fundamentalismus {m}
Islamicize {v} (Islamize) SEE: Islamize  ::
Islamic Republic of Iran {prop} (Full, official name of Iran.)  :: Islamische Republik Iran {f}
Islamic Republic of Pakistan {prop} (Islamic Republic of Pakistan)  :: Islamische Republik Pakistan
Islamism {n} (Islamic fundamentalism)  :: Islamismus {m}
Islamist {adj} (motivated by Islam in politics)  :: islamistisch
Islamist {n} (person with Islamic fundamentalist beliefs)  :: Islamist {m}, Islamistin {f}
Islamization {n} (the conversion of a society to Islam)  :: Islamisierung {f}
Islamophobia {n} (The fear or hatred of Islam or Muslims)  :: Islamophobie {f}
island {n} (area of land completely surrounded by water)  :: Insel {f}, [poetic] Eiland {n}
islander {n} (person who lives on an island)  :: Insulaner {m}, Insulanerin {f}, Inselbewohner {m}, Inselbewohnerin {f}
island state {n} (state consisting of one or more islands)  :: Inselstaat {m}
isle {n} (island) SEE: island  ::
Isle of Man {prop} (An island in the Irish Sea)  :: Insel Man
islet {n} (small island)  :: Inselchen {n}
-ism {suffix} (a principle, belief or movement)  :: -ismus {m}
isn't it so {phrase} (isn't it so?)  :: nicht wahr?
isobar {n} (A line on a map connecting places of equal pressures)  :: Isobare {f}
isobar {n} (either of two nuclides)  :: Isobar {n}
isobaric {adj} (having a constant pressure throughout)  :: isobar
isobaric {adj} (having the same pressures, masses, or densities)  :: isobar
isobutene {n} (unsaturated hydrocarbon methylpropene)  :: Isobuten {n}
isobutylene {n} (isobutene) SEE: isobutene  ::
isodense {adj} (evenly dense)  :: gleichdicht
isogloss {n} (line indicating geographical boundaries of a linguistic feature)  :: Isoglosse {f}
isolate {v} (transitive: to set apart or cut off from others)  :: isolieren, absondern
isolation {n}  :: Isolation {f}
isolation {n} (state of being isolated)  :: Isolierung {f}
isolationism {n} (policy of non-interaction)  :: Isolationismus {m}
isolationist {adj} (of or pertaining to isolationism or an advocate thereof)  :: isolationistisch
isolationist {n} (one who advocates or supports isolationism)  :: Isolationist, Isolationistin {f}
isomer {n} (chemistry: compounds)  :: Isomer {n}
isomer {n} (physics: atomic nuclei)  :: Kernisomer {n}
isomerism {n} (phenomenon of the existence of isomers)  :: Isomerie {f}
isomerization {n} (transformation to another isomer)  :: Isomerisierung {f}
isometric {adj} (exhibiting equality in dimensions)  :: isometrisch
isometry {n} (A function)  :: Isometrie {f}
isomorphic {adj} ((mathematics) related by an isomorphism)  :: isomorph
isomorphism {n} (bidirectionally structure-preserving bijection)  :: Isomorphismus {m}
isopod {n} (crustacean of the order Isopoda)  :: Assel {f}
isoprene {n} (isoprene)  :: Isopren {n}
isosceles {adj} (having two sides of equal length, used especially of an isosceles triangle)  :: gleichschenklig
isotherm {n} (line representing equal or constant temperature)  :: Isotherme {f}
isothermal {n} (isotherm) SEE: isotherm  ::
isothermic {adj}  :: isotherm
isotonic {adj} (having the same osmotic pressure)  :: isotonisch
isotope {n} (atoms of the same element having a different number of neutrons)  :: Isotop {n}
isotope exchange {n}  :: Isotopenaustausch {m}
isotopic {adj} (relating to isotopes)  :: isotop
isotropic {adj} (having properties which are equivalent in all directions)  :: isotrop
isotropy {n} (The property of being isotropic)  :: Isotropie
Israel {prop} (the state)  :: Israel {n}
Israeli {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Israel, the Israeli people)  :: israelisch
Israeli {n} (person from Israel or of Israeli descent)  :: Israeli {m} {f}
ISS {initialism} (International Space Station)  :: ISS
issuance {n} (act of issuing)  :: Ausgabe {f}
-ist {suffix} (One who follows a particular ideology, doctrine, belief system or theory)  :: -ist {m}, -istin {f}
-ista {suffix} (follower)  :: -ist
Istanbul {prop} (largest city of Turkey and last capital of Ottoman Empire)  :: Istanbul {n}
Istanbulite {n} (person from Istanbul)  :: Istanbuler {m}, Istanbulerin {f}
i-stem {n} (Translations)  :: i-Stamm {m}
is that so {phrase} (really)  :: wirklich?
is there a grocery store {phrase} (is there a grocery store)  :: gibt es hier einen Lebensmittelladen
is there a smaller size {phrase} (is there a smaller size?)  :: gibt es eine kleinere Größe?
isthmus {n} (narrow strip of land)  :: Isthmus {m}, Landenge {f}, Landbrücke {f}
Istria {prop} (peninsula in the Adriatic)  :: Istrien {n}
Istro-Romanian {n} (person)  :: Istrorumäne {m}
Istro-Romanian {prop} (language)  :: Istrorumänische Sprache {f}, Istrorumänisch {n}
it {pron} (impersonal pronoun, used without referent)  :: es {n}
it {pron} (object)  :: es
it {pron} (subject — inanimate thing)  :: er {m}, sie {f}, es {n}
it {pron} (subject of impersonal statement)  :: es
IT {initialism} (information technology)  :: IT {f}
IT {initialism} (information technology) SEE: information technology  ::
itabirite {n}  :: Itabirit {m}
Italian {adj} (of or pertaining to Italians)  :: italienisch
Italian {adj} (of or pertaining to Italy)  :: italienisch
Italian {adj} (of or pertaining to the Italian language)  :: italienisch, italienischsprachig, italienischsprachlich, italophon
Italian {n} (person)  :: Italiener {m}, Italienerin {f}
Italian {prop} (language)  :: Italienisch {n}
Italianism {n}  :: Italianismus {m}
italic {adj} (having a slant to the right)  :: kursiv
italic {n} (typeface whose letters slant to the right)  :: Kursivdruck {m}
Italic {adj} (pertaining to a subfamily of a branch of the Indo-European language family)  :: italisch
Italic {prop} (Italic language)  :: Italisch {n}
italics {n} (italic) SEE: italic  ::
Italo- {prefix} (relating to Italy or Italian)  :: Italienisch-
Italy {prop} (European country)  :: Italien {n}
it can't be helped {phrase} (it's inevitable)  :: es lässt sich nicht ändern
itch {n} (a sensation felt on an area of the skin that causes a person or animal to want to scratch)  :: Jucken {n}, Juckreiz {m}
itch {v} (to feel the need to scratch)  :: jucken
itchy {adj} (having or creating an itch)  :: juckend
itchy feet {n} (desire to travel)  :: Fernweh {n}
it doesn't matter {phrase} (it doesn't matter)  :: es spielt keine Rolle, es macht nichts, es ist egal, macht nichts, das macht nichts
item {n} (distinct physical object)  :: Stück {n}, Artikel {m}, Element {n}, Ding {n}
item of clothing {n} (garment) SEE: garment  ::
iteration {n} (repetition in a computer program)  :: Iteration
iterative aspect {n} (subclass of imperfective verbs)  :: Frequentativum {n}
iterator pattern {n}  :: Iterator {m}
Ithaca {prop} (island)  :: Ithaka {n}
I think so {phrase} (I think so)  :: ich glaube schon
I think therefore I am {phrase} (philosophical proof of existence)  :: ich denke, also bin ich
itinerant worker {n} (worker moving from one temporary job to another)  :: Wanderarbeiter {m}
itinerary {n} (account or record of a journey)  :: Reisebericht {m}
itinerary {n} (guidebook for travellers)  :: Reiseführer {m}
itinerary {n} (route or proposed route of a journey)  :: Reiseroute {f}
it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God {proverb} (proverb)  :: eher geht ein Kamel durch ein Nadelöhr, als dass ein Reicher in das Reich Gottes gelangt
it never rains but it pours {proverb} (unfortunate events occur in quantity)  :: ein Unglück kommt selten allein
Itokawa {prop} (an asteroid)  :: Itokawa
I told you so {phrase} (told you so!)  :: ich hab's gesagt
its {adj} (belonging to it)  :: sein {m}, ihr {f}
it's {contraction} (it is)  :: es ist
its {pron} (that which belongs to it)  :: sein {m}, ihr {f}
it's all Greek to me {phrase} (I don’t understand any of this)  :: (It seems Spanish to me) das kommt mir Spanisch vor, nur Bahnhof verstehen (ich verstehe nur Bahnhof)
it's an emergency {phrase} (it's an emergency)  :: es ist dringend
it's a pleasure {phrase} (you're welcome) SEE: you're welcome  ::
it's cold outside {phrase} (it's cold outside (weather))  :: es is kalt draußen
itself {pron}  :: sich selbst
it's raining {phrase} (it's raining)  :: es regnet
it's snowing {phrase} (it's snowing)  :: es schneit
it's too expensive {phrase} (it's too expensive)  :: es ist zu teuer
-itude {suffix} (suffix)  :: -tude, -itüde
it was delicious {phrase} (it was delicious)  :: es war köstlich, [said by one person] es hat mir sehr gut geschmeckt, [said by a group of people] es hat uns sehr gut geschmeckt
-ity {suffix} (Used to form nouns from adjectives.)  :: -ität {f}
Ivalo {prop} (village in Northern Finland)  :: Ivalo
Ivan {prop} (male given name)  :: Iwan {m}, Ivan {m}
Ivano-Frankovsk {prop} (Ivano-Frankivsk) SEE: Ivano-Frankivsk  ::
Ivanovo {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Iwanowo {n}
-ive {suffix} (adjectival suffix)  :: -iv
I've {contraction} (I have)  :: ich habe
I've been raped {phrase} (I've been raped)  :: ich bin vergewaltigt worden
I've been robbed {phrase} (I've been robbed)  :: ich bin beraubt worden
I've been shot {phrase} (I've been shot)  :: ich bin angeschossen worden
I've burned myself {phrase} (I've burned myself)  :: ich habe mich verbrannt
I've lost my keys {phrase} (I lost my keys) SEE: I lost my keys  ::
Ivorian {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Côte d'Ivoire)  :: ivorisch
Ivorian {n} (a person from Côte d'Ivoire or of Ivorian descent)  :: Ivorer {m}, Ivorerin {f}
ivory {adj} (having colour of ivory)  :: elfenbeinfarben
ivory {n} (colour)  :: Elfenbein {n}
ivory {n} (material)  :: Elfenbein {n}
Ivory Coast {prop} (Côte d'Ivoire) SEE: Côte d'Ivoire  ::
ivory tower {adj} (overly-academic perspective)  :: Elfenbeinturm {m}
ivy {n} (plant)  :: Efeu {m}
I want to go to the toilet {phrase} (I want to go to the toilet)  :: ich muß zur Toilette gehen
I want to know {phrase} (I want to know)  :: ich will wissen
I was born in ... {phrase} (I was born in ... (place name))  :: ich bin in ... geboren
I was born in ... {phrase} (I was born in ... (year))  :: ich bin ... geboren
I wish {phrase} (I would very much like that to be so, even though it is unlikely.)  :: wenn auch, wenn doch nur
Iwo Jima {prop} (an island in Japan)  :: Iwojima
Ixion {prop} (a Kuiper Belt object)  :: Ixion {m}
Ixion {prop} (king of Lapiths)  :: Ixion {m}
-ization {suffix} (act, process, or result of doing something)  :: -isierung, -isation {f}
-ize {suffix} (suffix used to form verbs)  :: -ieren, -isieren
Izhevsk {prop} (capital of Udmurtia)  :: Ischewsk {n}, Ishewsk {n}