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übermensch {n} (figure in Nietzschean philosophy)  :: Übermensch {m}
übermensch {n} (figure in Nazi ideology)  :: Übermensch {m}
Ústí nad Labem {prop} (city in the Czech republic)  :: Aussig {n}, Aussig an der Elbe {n}, Ústí nad Labem {n}
UAE {prop} (initialism of United Arab Emirates)  :: VAE
UAV {n} (unmanned aerial vehicle)  :: unbemanntes Luftfahrzeug {n}, unbemanntes Fluggerät {n}, unbemanntes Kleinfluggerät {n}, Drohne {f} [colloquial]
uber- {prefix} (slang: super, really, mega-)  :: über-, ober-, mega-
ubiquitous {adj} (widespread) SEE: widespread  ::
ubiquitous {adj} (being everywhere)  :: allgegenwärtig, überall vorhanden, ubiquitär [rare], überall verbreitet
ubiquitous {adj} (seeming to appear everywhere at the same time)  :: allgegenwärtig, überall vorhanden
ubiquity {n} (omnipresence)  :: Allgegenwärtigkeit {f}
Uckange {prop} (a commune in France)  :: Ückingen
udarnik {n} (shock worker, super-productive worker in the Soviet Union and the other countries from the Soviet Block, see also: Stakhanovite)  :: Stoßarbeiter {m}, Stoßarbeiterin {f}, Udarnik {m}
udder {n} (organ formed of the mammary glands of female quadruped mammals)  :: Euter {m}
Udi {prop} (language)  :: udische Sprache
Udmurt {prop} (language)  :: Udmurtisch {n}
Udmurt {n} (person)  :: Udmurte {m}, Udmurtin {f}
Udmurt {adj} (pertaining to Udmurts, Udmurtia, or the Udmurt language)  :: udmurtisch
UEFA {initialism} (Union of European Football Associations)  :: UEFA
uey {n} (U-turn) SEE: U-turn  ::
Ufa {prop} (city)  :: Ufa {n}
UFO {n} (an unidentified flying object)  :: UFO {n}
ufological {adj} (pertaining to ufology)  :: ufologisch
ufologist {n} (person who studies UFOs)  :: Ufologe {m}
ufology {n} (the study of UFOs)  :: Ufologie {f}
Uganda {prop} (Republic of Uganda)  :: Uganda
Ugandan {n} (A person from Uganda or of Ugandan descent)  :: Ugander {m}, Uganderin {f}
Ugandan {adj} (Of, from, or pertaining to Uganda, the Ugandan people or the Ugandan language)  :: ugandisch
Ugaritic {prop} (language)  :: Ugaritisch {n}
Ugaritic {adj} (pertaining to the ancient city of Ugarit)  :: ugaritisch
ugh {interj} (to express disgust)  :: igitt, pfui
ugli {n} (cross between a tangerine and grapefruit)  :: Ugli
ugli fruit {n} (ugli) SEE: ugli  ::
uglify {v} (to make ugly)  :: verunstalten
ugly {adj} (displeasing to the eye; not aesthetically pleasing)  :: hässlich
ugly as sin {adj} (extremely ugly)  :: hässlich wie die Nacht
ugly duckling {n} (one who is ugly, but who is expected to become beautiful as they mature)  :: hässliches Entlein {n}
Ugric {adj} (of or pertaining to a group of languages)  :: ugrisch
Ugric {prop} (group of languages)  :: Ugrisch {n}, ugrische Sprachen {f-p}
uguisubari {n} (wooden floors)  :: Nachtigallenboden {m}
uh {interj} (expression of confusion or uncertainty)  :: äh
uh {interj} (space filler or pause during conversation)  :: äh
uhlan {n} (soldier with lance)  :: Ulane {m}
UK {prop} (Abbreviation of United Kingdom)  :: VK {n}, V. K. {n}, V.K. {n}
ukase {n} (proclamation from the Russian ruler)  :: Ukas {m}
ukase {n} (any absolutist or arrogant order)  :: Ukas {m}
ukha {n} (a soup in Russian cuisine)  :: Ucha {f}, Fischsuppe {f}
Ukraine {prop} (Eastern European country)  :: Ukraine {f}
Ukrainian {n} (ethnic/citizen)  :: Ukrainer {m}, Ukrainerin {f}
Ukrainian {prop} (language)  :: Ukrainisch {n}
Ukrainian {adj} (relating to Ukraine or its people)  :: ukrainisch
Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic {prop} (the Bolshevik state of Ukraine)  :: Ukrainische Sozialistische Sowjetrepublik {f}
Ukrainian SSR {prop} (abbreviation of Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic)  :: Ukrainische SSR {f}
Ukrainization {n} (the process or result of Ukrainizing)  :: Ukrainisierung {f}
ukulele {n} (small four-stringed guitar)  :: Ukulele {f}
ukulelist {n} (ukulele player)  :: Ukulelespieler {m}, Ukulelespielerin {f}
Ulaanbaatar {prop} (the capital of Mongolia)  :: Ulan-Bator {n}, Ulaanbaatar {n}
ulcer {n} (open sore)  :: Geschwür {n}, Ulcus {n}
ulcer {n} (peptic ulcer) SEE: peptic ulcer  ::
ulcerate {v} (to cause an ulcer)  :: ulzerieren
ulcerate {v} (to become ulcerous)  :: vereitern
ulcerous {adj} (of or relating to an ulcer, ulcers)  :: eiternd, eitrig, geschwürig, ulzerös
ulexite {n} (mineral)  :: Ulexit {m}
ulna {n} (bone of the forearm)  :: Elle {f}
Ulric {prop} (male given name)  :: Ulrich
Ulrica {prop} (female given name)  :: Ulrike, Ulka, Uli, Rica
ulterior motive {n} (alternative or hidden reason)  :: Hintergedanke {m}
ultima {n} (final syllable)  :: Endsilbe
ultimate {adj} (final; last in a series)  :: letzter?, letzlich, ultimativ
ultimate {adj} (greatest or maximum)  :: ultimativ
ultimate {adj} (most distant)  :: äußerster
ultimate {adj}  :: ultimativ
ultimately {adv} (indicating the last item)  :: schließlich
ultimately {adv} (indicating the most important action)  :: letztendlich
ultimately {adv} (recently)  :: kürzlich
ultimatum {n} (a final statement of terms or conditions made by one party to another)  :: Ultimatum {n}
ultracold {adj} (close to zero Kelvin)  :: ultrakalt
ultrafilter {n}  :: Ultrafilter {m}
ultra high frequency {n} (frequency area from 300 MHz through 3 GHz)  :: Dezimeterwellenbereich {m}
ultralight {n} (aircraft that weighs very little)  :: Ultraleichtflugzeug {n}
ultramarine {n} (pigment)  :: Ultramarinblau {n}, Königsblau {n}
ultramarine {n} (colour)  :: Ultramarinblau {n}
ultramarine {adj} (colour)  :: ultramarinblau
ultramontane {adj} (respecting the supremacy of the Pope)  :: ultramontan
ultranationalism {n} (extreme nationalism)  :: Ultranationalismus {m}
ultraright {adj} (extremely right-wing)  :: ultrarechts, rechtsextrem
ultrasonic {adj} (beyond (higher in frequency than) the range of sound perceptible to the human ear)  :: Ultraschall-
ultrasound {n} (sound)  :: Ultraschall {m}
ultrastructure {n} (detailed structure observable only by electron microscopy)  :: Ultrastruktur {f}
ultraviolet {adj} (radiation with wavelengths from 380 nanometre - 10 nanometre)  :: ultraviolett
ultraviolet {n} (colour)  :: Ultraviolett {n}
ultraviolet light {n} (light bulb that emits ultraviolet light) SEE: black light  ::
ulu {n} (knife)  :: Ulu
Uluru {prop} (giant rock in Australia)  :: Uluru
Ulyanovsk {prop} (city)  :: Uljanowsk {n}
Ulysses {prop} (Odysseus) SEE: Odysseus  ::
-um {suffix} (Latinate singular grammatical number suffix)  :: -um
umami {n} (one of the five basic tastes, savoriness)  :: Umami {n}
Uman {prop} (city in Ukraine)  :: Uman
umbel {n} (type of flower cluster)  :: Dolde {f}
umber {n} (grayling) SEE: grayling  ::
umbilical cord {n} (cord between foetus and placenta)  :: Nabelschnur {f}
umbilicus {n} (navel) SEE: navel  ::
umbra {n} (a shadow) SEE: shadow  ::
umbra {n} (the central region of a sunspot)  :: Umbra {f}
umbrage {n} (feeling of anger or annoyance)  :: Anstoß {m}
umbrage {n} (shadow)  :: Schatten {m}
umbrella {n} (cloth-covered frame used for protection against rain or sun)  :: Schirm {m}, Sonnenschirm {m}, Regenschirm {m}
umbrella {n} (anything that provides protection)  :: Schirm {m}
umbrella {n} (something that covers a wide range of concepts, ideas, etc.)  :: Dach {n}
umbrella organisation {n} (organisation that coordinates the activities of a number of member organisations)  :: Dachverband {m}
umbrella organization {n} (umbrella organisation) SEE: umbrella organisation  ::
umbrella pine {n} (stone pine) SEE: stone pine  ::
umbrella term {n} (term covering a broad category of things)  :: Oberbegriff {m}
Umbria {prop} (region of Italy)  :: Umbrien {n}
Umbrian {adj} (relating to Umbria or to its inhabitants or extinct language)  :: umbrisch
Umbrian {n} (an inhabitant of Umbria)  :: Umbrer {m}, Umbrerin {f}
Umbrian {prop} (language)  :: Umbrisch {n}
Umbriel {prop} (moon of Uranus)  :: Umbriel {m}
umlaut {n} (partial assimilation of a vowel)  :: Umlaut {m}
umlaut {n} (vowel so assimilated)  :: Halbdoppellaut, Umlaut, umgelauteter Vokal {m}
umlaut {n} (diacritical mark)  :: Umlaut {m}
ummah {n} (the worldwide Muslim community)  :: Umma {f}
umpire {n} (an official who oversees a game or match)  :: Schiedsrichter {m}, Schiedsrichterin {f}
umpire {n} (a person who arbitrates between contending parties)  :: Obmann {m}, Obmännin {f} [obsolete], Obfrau {f}, Schiedsrichter {m}, Schiedsrichterin {f}
umpire {v} (to act as an umpire in a game)  :: schiedsrichtern
umpteen {determiner} (Relatively large but unspecified in number)  :: drölf
umpteenth {num} (informal: occurring in a relatively large but unspecified position in a series)  :: soundsovielte, zigte, xte
un- {prefix} (denoting absence)  :: un-
un- {prefix} (denoting a lack of)  :: un-
un- {prefix} (violative of; contrary to)  :: un-
UN {initialism} (United Nations)  :: VN, UNO {f}
unabashed {adj} (not disconcerted or embarrassed)  :: unverhohlen, ungeniert
unabashedly {adv} (in a unabashed manner)  :: unerschrocken, unverfroren
unable {adj} (not able)  :: unfähig, außerstanden
unabridged {adj} (not abridged)  :: ungekürzt
unacceptable {adj} (unsatisfactory; not acceptable)  :: inakzeptabel
unaccompanied {adj} (travelling without companions)  :: unbegleitet
unaccompanied {adj} (performed without accompaniment)  :: unbegleitet
unadorned {adj} (Having no additional decoration)  :: schmucklos, schlicht
unadulterated {adj} (pure)  :: unverfälscht
unaided {adj} (without the aid of a tool)  :: bloß
unairworthy {adj} (not ready to fly; unfit for an air voyage)  :: flugunfähig
unalterable {adj} (incapable of being changed)  :: unumstößlich
unaltered {adj} (remaining in its initial state)  :: unverändert
unambiguous {adj} (clear, and having no uncertainty or ambiguity)  :: eindeutig
un-American {adj} (contrary to the principles or institutions of United States)  :: unamerikanisch
un-American {adj} (unpatriotic)  :: unamerikanisch
un-American {adj} (not in the American manner, style, or way)  :: unamerikanisch
unanimity {n} (condition)  :: Einstimmigkeit {f}
unanimous {adj} (based on unanimity)  :: einstimmig
unanimously {adv} (in a unanimous manner)  :: einstimmig
unanimousness {n} (unanimity) SEE: unanimity  ::
unannounced {adj} (not announced)  :: unangekündigt, unangemeldet
unarmed {adj} (defenceless and lacking a weapon)  :: unbewaffnet
unarmed {adj} (not carrying arms)  :: unbewaffnet
unary {adj} (consisting of or involving a single element or component)  :: einstellig
unary {adj} (mathematics, programming: of a funciton, to take one argument)  :: unär
unashamed {adj} (feeling or showing no shame, embarrassment or remorse)  :: schamlos, unverhohlen, ungeniert
unaspirated {adj} (not aspirated)  :: unbehaucht, unaspiriert
unattached {adj} (not married)  :: ungebunden
unattractive {adj} (not handsome or beautiful or appealing)  :: unschön
unattractive {adj} (lacking the power to attract interest)  :: üsselig
unauthorised {adj} (not authorised) SEE: unauthorized  ::
unauthorized {adj} (without official authorization)  :: unerlaubt
unavailability {n} (state of being unavailable)  :: Nichtverfügbarkeit {f}
unavailable {adj} (not available)  :: unerreichbar
unavailing {adj} (fruitless, futile, useless)  :: vergeblich, nutzlos, unbrauchbar, umsonst
unavoidable {adj} (impossible to avoid)  :: unausweichlich, unvermeidlich, unvermeidbar
unaware {adj} (not aware or informed)  :: unwissend, nicht wissend
unaware {adj} (not noticing, thoughtless, inattentive)  :: unaufmerksam, gedankenlos, nicht bemerkend, nichtsahnend
unawareness {n}  :: Unwissenheit {f}, Ignoranz {f}
unbalanced {adj} (irrational or mentally deranged)  :: unausgeglichen, durchgedreht, überdreht
unbearable {adj} (so unpleasant or painful as to be unendurable)  :: unerträglich
unbeatable {adj} (that cannot be beaten, defeated or overcome)  :: unschlagbar
unbeknownst {adv} (Without the knowledge of)  :: ohne Wissen
unbelief {n} (lack of belief)  :: Unglaube {m}
unbelievable {adj} (incredible)  :: unglaublich
unbelievable {adj} (implausible)  :: unglaubhaft, unglaubwürdig
unbelievably {adv} (in a manner one does not believe)  :: unglaublich
unbelievably {adv} (to an extent not to be believed)  :: unglaubwürdig
unbelievably {adv} (contrary to expectations)  :: wunderbarweise
unbeliever {n} (infidel) SEE: infidel  ::
unbelieving {adj} (that does not believe)  :: ungläubig
unbibium {n} (element)  :: Unbibium {n}
unbihexium {n} (element)  :: Unbihexium {n}
unbind {v} (take bindings off)  :: losbinden
unbinilium {n} (chemical element)  :: Unbinilium {n}
unbiunium {n}  :: Unbiunium {n}
unblemished {adj} (lacking blemishes)  :: fehlerlos, unbeschädigt
unborn {adj} (not born)  :: ungeboren
unborn {adj} (still in mother's womb)  :: ungeboren
unbox {v} (to remove from a box)  :: [aus einem Karton] auspacken
unbribable {adj} (who cannot be bribed)  :: unbestechlich
unbridgeable {adj} (unable to be bridged)  :: unüberbrückbar
unbridled {adj} (without restraint or limit)  :: ungezügelt, zügellos
unbuckle {v} (to unfasten (the buckle of))  :: abschnallen
unburied {adj}  :: unbegraben
unbutton {v} ((transitive))  :: aufknöpfen
uncanny {n} (strange, mysteriously unsettling)  :: unheimlich, gruselig, seltsam, verstörend
uncanny {n} (a Freudian concept)  :: unheimliche
uncapable {adj} (not capable)  :: unfähig
uncertain {adj} (not known for certain; questionable)  :: ungewiss, unsicher
uncertain {adj} (not yet determined; undecided)  :: unbestimmt
uncertain {adj} (variable and subject to change)  :: unbeständig, unsicher
uncertain {adj} (fitful or unsteady)  :: unbeständig
uncertain {adj} (unpredictable or capricious)  :: unbeständig
uncertainty {n} (doubt; the condition of being uncertain)  :: Unsicherheit {f}
uncertainty {n} (Something uncertain or ambiguous)  :: Unsicherheit {f}
unchecked exception {n} (an exception that has to be declared in the signature of the method that may raise it)  :: unüberprüfte Ausnahme {f}
unciform {n} (hamate bone) SEE: hamate bone  ::
unciform {adj} (of the shape of a hook)  :: hakenförmig
uncle {n} (brother (or brother-in-law) of someone’s parent)  :: Onkel {m}, [archaic] Oheim {m}
unclean {adj} (not moral or chaste)  :: unrein
unclear {adj} (ambiguous; liable to more than one interpretation)  :: unklar
unclear {adj} (not clearly or explicitly defined)  :: unklar
unclear {adj} (not easy to see or read; indecipherable or unreadable)  :: undeutlich
unclearness {n} (property of being unclear)  :: Unklarheit {f}
unclearness {n} (instance of being unclear)  :: Unklarheit {f}
Uncle Sam {prop} (personification of the US government)  :: Uncle Sam {m}
Uncle Scrooge {n} (rich miser)  :: Dagobert Duck {m}, Onkel Dagobert {m}
unclouded {adj} (not cloudy; clear)  :: unbewölkt, wolkenlos
uncombinable {adj} (incapable of being combined)  :: unvereinbar
uncomfortable {adj} (not comfortable)  :: unbequem, ungemütlich
uncomfortable {adj} (experiencing discomfort)  :: unbehaglich
uncommunicative {adj} (tending not to communicate; not communicating)  :: unkommunikativ
uncomparable {adj} (not comparable)  :: inkomparabel
uncompromising {adj} (inflexible and unwilling to negotiate or make concessions)  :: kompromisslos
uncompromising {adj} (principled)  :: kompromisslos
unconcerned {adj} (indifferent)  :: gleichgültig
unconcerned {adj} (not worried)  :: unbesorgt
unconditional {adj} (without conditions)  :: bedingungslos
unconditionally {adv} (without condition)  :: unbedingt
unconfirmed {adj} (not finally established, settled or confirmed)  :: unbestätigt
uncongenial {adj} (not congenial, compatibal, sympathetic)  :: ungleich, ungleichartig, divergent
uncongenial {adj} (not appropriate; unsuitable)  :: unangemessen, unpassend
uncongenial {adj} (not pleasing; disagreeable)  :: unangenehm
unconscionable {adj} (not conscionable; unscrupulous)  :: unverschämt, skrupellos
unconscionable {adj} (excessive)  :: unverschämt, unverhältnismäßig
unconscious {adj} (not awake)  :: bewusstlos
unconscious {adj} (without directed thought or awareness)  :: unbewusst, spontan
unconscious {n} (unconscious mind)  :: Unbewusstes {n}
unconsciousness {n} (the state of lacking consciousness)  :: Bewusstlosigkeit
unconsciousness {n} (ignorance or innocence)  :: Unwissenheit
unconstitutional {adj} (contrary to the constitution)  :: verfassungswidrig
unconstitutionality {n} (status of being unconstitutional)  :: Verfassungswidrigkeit {f}
uncontrollable {adj} (Not able to be controlled, contained or governed)  :: unkontrollierbar
uncontrolled {adj} (not controlled)  :: unkontrolliert
uncontroversial {adj} (not controversial)  :: unverfänglich
unconventional {adj} (not adhering to convention or accepted standards)  :: unkonventionell
unconventional {adj} (out of the ordinary)  :: unkonventionell
unconventional {adj} (atypical)  :: unkonventionell
uncool {adj} (not cool)  :: uncool, berstig
uncoordinated {adj} (of a project etc)  :: unkoordiniert
uncork {v} (to open by removing the cork or stopper from)  :: entkorken
uncountable {adj} (too many to be counted)  :: unzählig, zahllos, unzählbar
uncountable {adj} (mathematics: incapable of being enumerated by natural numbers)  :: überabzählbar
uncountable {adj} (linguistics: about a noun which cannot be counted)  :: unzählbar
uncountable set {n} (infinite set that is not countable)  :: überabzählbare Menge {f}
uncouth {adj} (unfamiliar, strange, foreign)  :: fremd, fremdartig, sonderbar
uncouth {adj} (clumsy, awkward)  :: tölpelhaft, schwerfällig, ungeschickt
uncouth {adj} (unrefined, crude)  :: grobschlächtig, tumb
uncrackable {adj} (of a code: that cannot be cracked, unbreakable)  :: unknackbar, unbrechbar
uncreative {adj} (not creative)  :: unkreativ
uncredible {adj} (Not credible; that cannot be believed)  :: unglaubwürdig
uncritical {adj} (indulgent or undiscriminating; slow to criticize)  :: unkritisch
unctuous {adj} (profusely polite)  :: schmierig
uncurable {adj} (incurable) SEE: incurable  ::
uncuttable {adj}  :: nicht schneidbar
undated {adj} (Not marked with a date)  :: undatiert
undaunted {adj} (not shaken, discouraged or disheartened)  :: unverzagt
undead {adj} (being animate, though non-living)  :: untot
undead {n} (those creatures which are dead yet still move)  :: Untoten {p}
undecidable {adj} (incapable of being algorithmically decided)  :: unentscheidbar
undecided {adj} (open and not yet settled or determined)  :: unbestimmt, unbeantwortet, unschlüssig, unentschieden
undecided {adj} (uncommitted, not having reached a decision)  :: unentschlossen
undecillion {num} (1036)  :: Sextillion {f}
undecillion {num} (1066)  :: Undezillion {f}
undefeated {adj} (not defeated)  :: unbesiegt
undemocratic {adj} (not democratic)  :: undemokratisch
undemocratize {v} (to reduce democracy)  :: entdemokratisieren
undeniable {adj} (irrefutable, or impossible to deny)  :: unbestreitbar, unleugbar
under {prep} (in a lower level than)  :: unter
under {prep} (subject of)  :: unter
under {prep} (less than)  :: unter, weniger als
under {prep} (beneath the surface of)  :: unter
under- {prefix} (under (in any sense): insufficient, insufficiently)  :: unter-
underage {n} (deficit in funds) SEE: deficit  ::
underage {adj} (below legal age)  :: minderjährig
underage {adj} (still a minor)  :: minderjährig
underbelly {n} (side which is not normally seen)  :: dunkle Seite {f}, Schattenseite {f}, Unterseite {f}
underbrush {n} (small trees)  :: Unterholz {n}
undercarriage {n} (landing gear) SEE: landing gear  ::
under control {prep} (being taken care of)  :: unter Kontrolle
undercover {adj} (Performed or happening in secret)  :: heimlich
undercut {v} (To undermine) SEE: undermine  ::
underdeveloped {adj} (having a low level of economic productivity and technological sophistication)  :: unterentwickelt
underdog {n} (competitor thought unlikely to win)  :: Außenseiter {m}, Underdog {m}
underestimate {v} (to perceive as having lower value)  :: unterschätzen
underestimate {n} (an estimate that is too low)  :: Unterschätzung {f}
underestimated {v} (underrated) SEE: underrated  ::
underestimation {n} (underestimate) SEE: underestimate  ::
underfoot {adv} (under one's feet)  :: unter den Füßen [location], unter die Füße [direction]
underfoot {adv} (in the way) SEE: in the way  ::
undergo {v} (to experience)  :: durchmachen
undergraduate {n} (student at a university who has not yet received a degree)  :: Student {m}
underground {adj} (below the ground)  :: unterirdisch, Untegrund-
underground {adj} (hidden, furtive)  :: heimlich, geheim, Untergrund-
underground {adj} (outside the mainstream)  :: Untegrund-
underground {adv} (below the ground)  :: unter der Erde, unterirdisch
underground {n} (movement or organisation of people who resist political convention)  :: Untergrundorganisation {f}
undergrowth {n} (plants which only reach a low height)  :: Unterholz {n}
underhair {n} (pubic hair) SEE: pubic hair  ::
underlie {v} (to serve as a basis of)  :: zugrunde liegen
underline {n} (line underneath text)  :: Unterstreichung {f}
underline {n} (an _ character)  :: Unterstrich {m}
underline {v} (to draw an underline)  :: unterstreichen
underline {v} (to emphasise or stress something)  :: unterstreichen
underling {n} (a subordinate, or person of lesser rank or authority)  :: Untergebener {m}, Untertan {m}, Unterling {m}
underlip {n}  :: Unterlippe {f}
under lock and key {prep} (imprisoned) SEE: behind bars  ::
underlying {adj} (lying underneath)  :: darunterliegend
underlying {adj} (implicit)  :: implizit
undermine {v} (hinder, sabotage)  :: unterminieren, schwächen
undermine {v} (to dig, tunnel, hollow out as if making a cave or opening)  :: untergraben
underneath {adv} (below; in a place beneath)  :: unten
underneath {adv} (on the underside or lower face of)  :: unten
underneath {prep} (under, below, beneath)  :: unterhalb
under no circumstances {prep} (never ever)  :: unter keinen Umständen, auf keinen Fall, [slang] auf keinsten
undernourished {adj} (insufficiently nourished)  :: unterernährt
under one's breath {prep} (softly)  :: leise
under one's hat {prep} (secret) SEE: secret  ::
under one's thumb {prep} (under one's thumb)  :: unter dem Pantoffel
underpants {n} (underwear)  :: Unterhose {f}, Schlüpfer {m}
underpass {n} (passage)  :: Unterführung {f}
underpay {v} (to pay someone less than the value of their work)  :: unterbezahlen
underpin {v} (To support from below with props or masonry)  :: untermauern, stützen
underpin {v} (To give support to)  :: unterstützen, stützen, untermauern
underpressure {n} (insufficient pressure)  :: Unterdruck {m}
underrate {v} (to underestimate)  :: unterschätzen
underrated {adj} (not given enough recognition)  :: unterschätzt
underscore {n} (an underline)  :: Unterstreichung {f} [line]; Unterstrich {m} [character], [character] Grundstrich
underscore {v} (to underline)  :: unterstreichen
underscore {v} (to emphasize)  :: unterstreichen
undersea {adj} (beneath the sea)  :: Unterwasser-
undershirt {n} (for wifebeater) SEE: singlet  ::
undershorts {n} (underpants)  :: Unterhose
understand {v} (to be aware of the meaning of)  :: verstehen, begreifen
understand {v} (to believe, based on information)  :: den Eindruck haben, glauben
understand {v} (to impute meaning, character etc. that is not explicitly stated)  :: verstehen
understand {v} (to understand) SEE: grasp  ::
understandable {adj} (capable of being understood)  :: verständlich
understandable {adj} (capable of being accepted or excused)  :: verständlich
understanding {n} (understanding) SEE: grasp  ::
understanding {n} (Mental process of comprehension, assimilation of knowledge, subjective by its nature)  :: Verstehen {n}, Verständnis {n}
understanding {n} (Opinion, judgement or outlook)  :: Verständnis {n}
understanding {n} (Informal contract, mutual agreement)  :: Vereinbarung {f}
understanding {n} (Reconciliation of differences)  :: Einigung {f}
understanding {n} (Sympathy)  :: Verständnis {n}
understanding {n}  :: Verstehen, Verständnis
understanding {adj} (Showing compassion)  :: verständnisvoll
understate {v} (to state something with less completeness than needed)  :: untertreiben
understatement {n} (Statement less than complete)  :: Untertreibung
understeer {n}  :: Untersteuern {n}
understeer {v}  :: untersteuern
understood {adj} (comprehended)  :: verstanden, begriffen, zur Kenntnis genommen
understood {v}  :: verstanden, begriffen
understudy {n} (performer who understudies)  :: Einspringer {m}
undertake {v} (to start an enterprise)  :: unternehmen, ausführen
undertake {v} (to commit oneself to an obligation)  :: sich verpflichten
undertaker {n} (funeral director)  :: Bestatter {m}, Bestatterin {f}, Leichenbestatter {m}, Leichenbestatterin {f}, Beerdigungsunternehmer {m},, Beerdigungsunternehmerin {f}
undertaking {n} (That which is undertaken)  :: Unternehmen {n}
under the knife {prep} (undergoing a surgical procedure)  :: unter dem Messer
under the weather {adj} (somewhat ill)  :: angeschlagen
undertone {n} (implied meaning)  :: Unterton {m}
undervalue {v} (to underestimate)  :: unterbewerten, unterschätzen
underwater {adj} (beneath the water surface)  :: unter Wasser, Unterwasser-
underway {adv} (in motion, in progress; being done or carried out)  :: im Gange, unterwegs
underwear {n} (clothes worn next to the skin)  :: Unterwäsche {f}
underwhelming {adj} (failing to interest)  :: enttäuschend
underwire {n} (wire placed in bra)  :: Bügel {m}
underwire {n} (bra type)  :: Bügel-BH {m}
underworld {n} (part of society engaged in crime or vice)  :: Unterwelt {f}, Halbwelt {f}, Verbrecherwelt {f}
underworld {n} (world of the dead)  :: Unterwelt {f}
underwrite {v} (to assume financial responsibility for something)  :: unterschreiben
undeserved {adj} (not deserved, earned or merited; unjustifiable or unfair)  :: unverdient
undeserving {adj} (considered unworthy of reward)  :: unwürdig
undesirable {adj} (objectionable or not likely to please)  :: unerwünscht
undestroyable {adj} (Not able to be destroyed)  :: unzerstörbar
undetermined {adj} (Not determined; not settled; not decided)  :: unbestimmt
undetermined {adj} (Not limited; not defined; indeterminate)  :: unbestimmt
undeveloped {adj} (not developed or used)  :: unentwickelt
undeveloped {adj} (not built on)  :: unbebaut
undies {n} (panties) SEE: panties  ::
undignified {adj} (lacking in dignity)  :: würdelos [lacking in dignity], entwürdigend [damaging to dignity]
undine {n} (female water-sprite or nymph)  :: Undine {f}
undisclosed {adj} (not disclosed)  :: geheim, still, versteckt
undisonant {adj} (making the noise of waves)  :: rauschend
undisputed {adj} (universally agreed upon)  :: unstrittig, unstreitig, unbestritten
undisputed {adj} (unchallenged)  :: unbestritten
undisturbed {adj} (not disturbed)  :: ungestört
undo {v} (to reverse)  :: rückgängig machen, ungeschehen machen
undo {v} (to unfasten)  :: aufmachen, öffnen, losmachen, lösen, abschnallen
undoable {adj} (Not doable)  :: nicht machbar
undoable {adj} (Possible to undo)  :: rückgängig machbar, rückgängigmachbar
undoing {n} (That which defeats)  :: Verhängnis {n}, Verderben {n}, Ruin {m}
undoubtedly {adv} (without doubt)  :: zweifellos
undoubtfully {adv} (without doubt) SEE: undoubtedly  ::
undress {v} ((intransitive) remove one's clothing)  :: sich ausziehen
undress {v} ((transitive) remove somebody’s clothing)  :: ausziehen
undressed {adj} (having partially or completely removed one's clothes)  :: unbekleidet
undrinkable {adj} (not drinkable)  :: untrinkbar
undue {adj} (Excessive; going beyond that what is natural or sufficient)  :: übertrieben
undue {adj} (That which ought not to be done; illegal; unjustified)  :: unangemessen
undulate {v} (transitive: cause to move in a wave)  :: wogen, schwingen, wellenförmig bewegen
undulate {v} (transitive: cause to resemble a wave)  :: wellen, ondulieren
undulate {v} (intransitive: move in wavelike motions)  :: wellen, wallen, wogen, undulieren, wiegen, sich wellenförmig bewegen
undulate {v} (intransitive: resemble a wave)  :: schlängeln
undulated antshrike {n} (bird)  :: Dunkelbrauner Ameisenwürger {m}
undulating {adj} (wavy)  :: wellend, wogend
unearth {v} (to uncover or find)  :: aufdecken
unearth {v} (to dig up)  :: ausgraben
unelectable {adj} (incapable of being elected)  :: unwählbar
unemployed {adj} (having no job)  :: arbeitslos
unemployed {n} (the unemployed as a group)  :: die Arbeitslosen {p}
unemployment {n} (joblessness)  :: Arbeitslosigkeit {f}, Werklosigkeit {f}
unemployment benefit {n} (money paid to the unemployed)  :: Arbeitslosengeld {n}, Stempelgeld {n}, Stütze {f}
unemployment insurance {n} (insurance against loss of earnings)  :: Arbeitslosenversicherung {f}
unencumbered {adj} (not burdened with worries, cares or responsibilities)  :: unbelastet
unencumbered {adj} (free of encumbrance)  :: unbehindert
unencumbered {adj} (of property, not subject to any claims)  :: unbelastet, unverschuldet
unending {adj} (never reaching an end)  :: endlos, nicht enden wollend, ewig
unenviable {adj} (difficult, undesirable, or unpleasant)  :: wenig beneidenswert, kaum zu beneidend
unequal {adj} (not the same)  :: ungleich
unequally {adv} (not equally)  :: ungleich
unequivocal {adj} (without ambiguity)  :: unzweideutig, unmissverständlich, eindeutig
unerasable {adj} (that cannot be erased)  :: unlöschbar
unethical {adj} (not morally approvable)  :: unethisch
uneven {adj} (odd) SEE: odd  ::
uneven bars {n} (set of apparatus)  :: Stufenbarren {m-p}
unexpected {adj} (not expected, anticipated or foreseen)  :: unerwartet
unexpectedly {adv} (in an unexpected manner)  :: unerwartet
unexplainable {adj} (inexplicable) SEE: inexplicable  ::
unfair {adj} (not fair)  :: unfair
unfairly {adv} (unjustly) SEE: unjustly  ::
unfairness {n} (state of being unfair)  :: Ungerechtigkeit {f}, Unrecht {n}
unfaithful {adj} (not having religious faith)  :: ungläubig
unfaithful {adj} (not keeping good faith; disloyal; not faithful)  :: untreu
unfaithful {adj} (not honest or upright)  :: unaufrichtig
unfaithful {adj} (of a translation: incorrect)  :: nicht getreu
unfalsifiability {n} (state or condition of being unfalsifiable)  :: Unwiderlegbarkeit {f}, Nichtfalsifizierbarkeit {f}
unfamiliar {adj} (not familiar)  :: unbekannt, unvertraut
unfasten {v} (to loose)  :: abschnallen, lösen, losmachen
unfavorable {adj} (causing obstacles or delay (of wind or weather))  :: ungünstig
unfeasible {adj} (infeasible) SEE: infeasible  ::
unfeeling {adj} (without emotion or sympathy)  :: gefühllos, herzlos
unfetter {v} (to unchain, to free)  :: entfesseln, befreien
unfettered {adj} (not bound by chains)  :: entfesselt, frei
unfettered {adj} (not restricted)  :: ungehindert
unfinished {adj} (not finished)  :: unvollendet
unfinishedness {n} (quality of being unfinished)  :: Unfertigkeit {f}
unfit {adj} (not fit; not having the correct requirements)  :: untauglich
unfitness {n} (characteristic of being unfit)  :: Untauglichkeit {f}
unflappable {adj} (remaining composed and level-headed at all times)  :: unerschütterlich
unfold {v} (To undo a folding)  :: entfalten, ausbreiten
unfold {v} (To turn out to happen; to develop)  :: sich entfalten, sich entwickeln
unfold {v} (To reveal)  :: offenlegen, enthüllen
unfollow {v} (to cease to subscribe to (a feed of another user's activity))  :: entfolgen
unforeseeable {adj} (incapable of being foreseen)  :: unvorhersehbar
unforeseen {adj} (not foreseen)  :: unvorhergesehen
unforgettable {adj} (which is very difficult to forget)  :: unvergesslich
unforgivable {adj} (not forgivable)  :: unverzeihlich
unfortunate {adj} (not favored by fortune)  :: unglücklich, unglückselig
unfortunate {adj} (marked or accompanied by or resulting in misfortune)  :: unglücklich, unglückselig
unfortunately {adv} (happening through bad luck)  :: leider, unglücklicherweise
unfounded {adj} (not based on solid reasons or facts)  :: unbegründet, grundlos
unfreeze {v} (thaw) SEE: thaw  ::
unfreeze {v} (defrost) SEE: defrost  ::
unfriendliness {n} (the quality of being unfriendly)  :: Unfreundlichkeit {f}
unfriendliness {n} (an unfriendly act, unfriendly acts / actions)  :: Unfreundlichkeiten {f} {p}
unfriendly {adj} (not friendly; hostile)  :: unfreundlich
unfruitful {adj} (Not bearing fruit)  :: unfruchtbar, fruchtlos
unfurl {v} (to unroll or release)  :: entfalten, entrollen, aufrollen
ungainly {adj} (clumsy)  :: plump, unansehnlich, unelegant, ungelenk, ungraziös, unschön
ungrammatical {adj} (in violation of one or more of the rules and conventions of a language)  :: ungrammatisch
ungrateful {adj} (not grateful)  :: undankbar
ungratefulness {n} (the state of being ungrateful) SEE: ingratitude  ::
unguent {n} (cream applied to the skin for a therapeutic purpose) SEE: ointment  ::
ungulate {adj} (having hooves)  :: behuft
ungulate {n} (hooved mammal)  :: Huftier {n}
unhappiness {n} (feeling of not being happy)  :: Traurigkeit {f}, Unglück {n}
unhappy {adj} (not happy; sad)  :: unglücklich
unharness {v} (to liberate) SEE: liberate  ::
unhealthful {adj} (not healthy)  :: gesundheitsschädlich, ungesund, unzuträglich
unhealthy {adj} (conducive to poor health)  :: ungesund, gesundheitsschädlich
unheard-of {adj} (previously unknown; unprecedented)  :: einmalig, unerhört
unheralded {adj} (Without prior warning; unexpected or unannounced)  :: unerwartet
unhinge {v} (remove a leaf from its supporting hinges)  :: aus den Angeln heben
unhistoric {adj} (unhistorical) SEE: unhistorical  ::
unhistorical {adj} (not historic)  :: unhistorisch
unhurt {adj} (not hurt)  :: unverletzt
unhygienic {adj} (lacking hygiene)  :: unhygienisch
uni {n} (university)  :: Uni {f}
uni- {prefix} (one)  :: uni-, ein-
unicell {n} (any unicelled organism)  :: Einzeller {m}
unicellular {adj} (having a single cell)  :: einzellig
unicellular {n} (single-celled organism)  :: Einzeller {m}
Unicode {prop} (series of computer encoding standards)  :: Unicode {m}
unicolored {adj} (being only one color)  :: einfarbig
unicorn {n} (mythical beast)  :: Einhorn {n}
unicum {n} (Unique example or specimen)  :: Unikum {n}, Unikat {n}
unicycle {n} (one-wheeled pedaled cycle)  :: Einrad {n}
unidentified {adj} (not identified)  :: nicht identifiziert, unbekannt, unidentifiziert
unidentified flying object {n} (anything in the air not readily explainable)  :: unidentifiziertes Flugobjekt {n}, UFO {n} [abbreviation]
unifiable {adj} (able to be united or unified)  :: vereinheitlichbar
unification {n} (act of unifying)  :: Vereinigung {f}
uniform {adj} (unvarying)  :: gleichförmig
uniform {adj} (consistent)  :: einheitlich
uniform {n} (distinctive outfit as a means of identifying members of a group)  :: Uniform {f}
uniform antshrike {n} (passerine bird of the antbird family)  :: Einfarbameisenwürger {m}
uniform continuity {n} (property of a function)  :: gleichmäßige Stetigkeit {f}
uniform crake {n} (bird)  :: Einfarbralle {f}
uniformity {n} (a state of being uniform)  :: Einheitlichkeit {f}, Uniformität {f}
uniformly continuous {adj} (property of a function)  :: gleichmäßig stetig
unify {v} (cause to become one)  :: vereinigen, vereinen
unify {v} (become one)  :: sich vereinigen
unilateral {adj} (Done by one side only)  :: einseitig
unilateralism {n} (tendency of nations to act on their own)  :: Unilateralismus {m}
unilaterally {adv} (in a unilateral way)  :: einseitig
unilingualism {n} (condition of being able to speak only a single language)  :: Einsprachigkeit {f}, Monolingualität {f}, Monolingualismus {m}, Monolinguismus {m}
unimaginable {adj} (unable to be imagined)  :: unvorstellbar
unimportant {adj} (not important or noteworthy)  :: unwichtig
unimpressed {adj} (not impressed)  :: unbeeindruckt
unimpressive {adj} (lacking the ability to impress)  :: unbeeindruckend
unimprisoned {adj} (not imprisoned)  :: frei
uninhabitable {adj} (not inhabitable)  :: unbewohnbar {p}
uninhabited {adj} (not inhabited)  :: unbewohnt
unintelligible {adj} (not intelligible)  :: unverständlich
unintentional {adj} (not intended or deliberate; inadvertent; unwitting)  :: unabsichtlich, unbeabsichtigt
unintentionally {adv} (in an unintentional manner)  :: unabsichtlich, unbeabsichtigt, ungewollt, unfreiwillig
uninteresting {adj} (arousing little or no interest; boring or uneventful)  :: uninteressant
uninvite {v} (to cancel an invitation)  :: ausladen
uninvited {adj} (not invited)  :: ungebeten, uneingeladen
union {n} (trade union) SEE: trade union  ::
union {n} (the act of uniting or the state of being united)  :: Vereinigung {f}, Union {f}, Verein {m}, Verband {m}
union {n} (that which is united; something formed by a combination of parts or members)  :: Vereinigung {f}, Union {f}
union {n} (in set theory)  :: Vereinigung {f}, Vereinigungsmenge {f}
union {n} (sexual intercourse)  :: Vereinigung {f}
union {n}  :: Union {f}
unionist {n} (trade unionist)  :: Gewerkschaftler {m}, Gewerkschafter {m}
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics {prop} (a confederation of Communist states, see also: Soviet Union; USSR)  :: Union der Sozialistischen Sowjetrepubliken {f}
unique {adj} (one of a kind)  :: einzigartig, unikal, einzig
uniqueness {n} (state or quality of being unique or one of a kind)  :: Einmaligkeit {f}, Einzigkeit {f}, Eindeutigkeit {f} [mathematics], Eigenart {f} [individuality]
unisex {adj} (designed to be suitable for any sex or gender)  :: unisex
unisexual {adj} (having characteristics of a single sex)  :: eingeschlechtlich
unit {n} (standard measure of a quantity)  :: Einheit {f}
unit {n} (organized group comprising people and/or equipment)  :: Einheit {f}
unit {n} (kilowatt-hour as recorded on an electricity meter) SEE: kilowatt-hour  ::
unitarianism {n} (belief)  :: Unitarianismus {m}
Unitarianism {n} (the religious belief that God is a single person)  :: Unitarismus {m}
unitary state {n} (state that is governed as a single unit)  :: Einheitsstaat {m}
unit circle {n} (circle of radius 1)  :: Einheitskreis {m}
unit circle {n} (circle of radius 1 with centre at the origin, used in trigonometry)  :: Einheitskreis {m}
unite {v} (to come or bring together as one)  :: vereinen
united {adj} (joined into a single entity)  :: vereinigt, vereint, einig
united {adj} (involving the joint activity of multiple agents)  :: vereint
United Arab Emirates {prop} (country in the Middle East)  :: Vereinigte Arabische Emirate {p}
United Kingdom {prop} (Kingdom in Europe, see also: Great Britain)  :: Vereinigtes Königreich {n}
United Kingdom of Great Britain {prop} (United Kingdom of Great Britain)  :: Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien {n}
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland {prop} (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland)  :: Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und Irland {n}
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland {prop} (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)  :: Vereinigtes Königreich Großbritannien und Nordirland {n}
United Nations {prop} (international coalition)  :: Vereinte Nationen {f-p} (Abbr: VN)
United Nations Economic and Social Council {prop} (one of the six principal organs of the United Nations)  :: Wirtschafts- und Sozialrat der Vereinten Nationen
United Nations General Assembly {prop} (one of the six principal organs of the United Nations)  :: Generalversammlung der Vereinten Nationen
United States {prop} (the United States)  :: USA {p}, Vereinigte Staaten {p}, Amerika {n}
United States of America {prop} (Country in North America)  :: Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika {m-p}, Vereinigte Staaten {m-p}, USA {m-p} {f-s}
united we stand, divided we fall {proverb} (people are more successful as a group than as individuals)  :: vereint stehen wir, getrennt fallen wir {}
unit interval {n} (the interval [0,1])  :: Einheitsintervall {n}
unitive {adj} (causing or involving unity)  :: vereinheitlichend
unit matrix {n} (identity matrix) SEE: identity matrix  ::
unit of measure {n} (standardized, reproducible measuring a physical property)  :: Maßeinheit {f}
unit of measurement {n} (unit of measure) SEE: unit of measure  ::
unit sphere {n} (sphere of radius 1)  :: Einheitssphäre {f}
unit test {n} (individual test in unit testing)  :: Komponententest {m}, Modultest {m}, Unittest {m}
unit testing framework {n}  :: Unit-Test-Framework {n}, Unit-Test-Programmiergerüst {n}
unit vector {n} (vector with length 1)  :: Einheitsvektor {m}
unity {n} (state of being one or undivided)  :: Einheit {f}
unity {n} (drama: any of the three classical rules of drama)  :: Einheit {f}
unity {n} (mathematics: something that behaves like the number 1 in multiplication)  :: Identität {f}
universal {adj} (common to all members of a group or class)  :: allgemein, Allgemein-, universell
universal {adj} (common to all society, world-wide)  :: weltweit, Welt-, universell
universal {adj} (cosmic, unlimited)  :: kosmisch
universal {adj} (useful for many purposes)  :: universell, Universal-, All-
universal {adj}  :: allgemein, Universal-, universell
universalism {n} (universality) SEE: universality  ::
universality {n} (the property of being universal)  :: Allgemeingültigkeit {f}, Allgemeinheit {f}, Universalität {f}, Katholizität {f} [religion]
Universal Serial Bus {n} (computing standard for interconnecting PC devices)  :: USB
universal set {n} (set)  :: Universum {m}
universal suffrage {n} (the right to vote in a political election for all citizens)  :: allgemeines Wahlrecht {n}
universal value {n} (a value considered common for all or almost all mankind)  :: universelle Wert {f}
universe {n} (the Universe)  :: Universum {n}, Weltall {n}
universe {n} (an entity similar to our universe)  :: Universum {n}
universe {n} (an imaginary collection of worlds)  :: Universum {n}
Universe {prop} (sum of everything that exists)  :: Universum {n}
universe of discourse {n} (domain of discourse) SEE: domain of discourse  ::
Universiade {n} (a sport event)  :: Universiade {f}
university {n} (institution of higher education)  :: Universität {f}, Hochschule {f}, Uni {f}
university of applied sciences {n} (school)  :: Fachhochschule {f}
university of life {n} (source of education by adverse experience) SEE: school of hard knocks  ::
univocal {adj} (having only one possible meaning)  :: eindeutig
Unix {n} (operating system)  :: Unix
Unix time {prop} (system for describing instants of time)  :: Unixzeit {f}
unjust {adj} (not fair, just or right)  :: ungerecht
unjustice {n} (injustice) SEE: injustice  ::
unjustified {adj} (not justified)  :: unbegründet {n}, ungerechtfertigt
unjustifiedly {adv} (without justification)  :: ungerechtfertigterweise
unjustly {adv} (in an unjust manner)  :: ungerecht
unkempt {adj} (dishevelled; untidy; dirty; not kept up)  :: schäbig, struppig, ungepflegt
unkenreflex {n} (defensive posture)  :: Unkenreflex {m}
unknown {adj} (not known)  :: unbekannt
unknown {n} (variable)  :: Unbekannte {f}
unknown {n} (person of no identity)  :: Unbekannter {m}
unlabeled {adj} (Not labeled)  :: unbeschriftet, ungekennzeichnet
unlabelled {adj} (Not labelled)  :: unbeschriftet, ungekennzeichnet
unlawful {adj} (prohibited)  :: gesetzeswidrig, gesetzwidrig
unlawfulness {n} (state of being unlawful)  :: Gesetzeswidrigkeit {f}, Gesetzwidrigkeit {f}
unlawfulness {n} (unlawful act)  :: Gesetzeswidrigkeit {f}, Gesetzwidrigkeit {f}
unleaded {adj} (without lead)  :: bleifrei
unleash {v} (to free from a leash)  :: entfesseln, von der Leine lassen
unleashed {adj} (not leashed)  :: frei, freilaufend
unleavened {adj} (without yeast)  :: ungesäuert
unless {conj} (except on a specified condition)  :: wenn nicht, es sei denn
unlicensed {adj} (not licensed)  :: nicht lizenziert, nicht zugelassen
unlike {adj} (not likely) SEE: unlikely  ::
unlikely {adj} (not likely)  :: unwahrscheinlich
unlimber {v} (deploy an artillery piece for firing)  :: abprotzen
unlimited {adj} (limitless or without bounds; unrestricted)  :: unbeschränkt, unbegrenzt
unload {v} (take off or remove the load from something)  :: entladen, ausladen
unlock {v} (to undo or open a lock)  :: aufschließen, entriegeln
unlock {v} (give access to something)  :: freischalten, entsperren
unlucky {adj} (unfortunate)  :: unglücklich
unmanaged code {n}  :: nicht verwalteter Code {m}, nicht verwalteter Kode {m}
unmanned {adj} (not operated by a person or a crew)  :: unbemannt
unmark {v} (remove marks)  :: Markierung entfernen
unmarried {adj} (having no husband or wife)  :: unverheiratet, ledig, solo (colloq.)
unmergeable {adj} (incapable of being merged)  :: unzusammenführbar
unmissable {adj} (that cannot be missed)  :: unverpassbar, unverlierbar
unmistakable {adj} (unique, such that it cannot be mistaken for something else)  :: unverwechselbar
unmount {v} (reverse operation of mount)  :: aushängen
unmown {adj} (not mown)  :: ungemäht
unnamed {adj} (having no name)  :: namenlos, ungenannt
unnatural {adj} (not natural)  :: unnatürlich
unnecessarily {adv} (needlessly, not necessarily)  :: unnötigerweise
unnecessary {adj} (not necessary)  :: nicht notwendig, unnötig
unnoticed {adj} (not noticed)  :: unbemerkt
UNO {prop} (United Nations Organization)  :: VN
unobtrusive {adj} (unobtrusive)  :: bescheiden, unaufdringlich, dezent, unauffällig
unoccupied {adj} (Not inhabited, especially by a tenant)  :: leerstehend
unoccupied {adj} (Not being used; vacant or free)  :: frei
unoccupied {adj} (Not employed on a task; idle)  :: unbeschäftigt
unoccupied {adj} (Not occupied by foreign troops etc)  :: unbesetzt
unofficial {adj} (not official)  :: inoffiziell
unorthodox {adj} (unusual, unconventional, or idiosyncratic)  :: unorthodox
unpack {v} (to remove from a package)  :: entpacken, auspacken
unpaid {adj} (not paid for)  :: unbezahlt
unpardonable {adj} (impossible to pardon or forgive)  :: unverzeihlich
unpark {v} (to remove (a car) from a parked position)  :: ausparken
unpayable {adj} (that cannot be paid)  :: unbezahlbar
unpleasant {adj} (not pleasant)  :: unangenehm
unplug {v} (unplug, cut power) SEE: pull the plug  ::
unplug {v} (disconnect from a supply)  :: [Stecker] herausziehen
unpopular {adj} (lacking popularity)  :: unpopulär, unbeliebt
unpopularity {n} (property or degree of being unpopular)  :: Unpopularität {f}
unprecedented {adj} (never before seen or done, without precedent)  :: beispiellos
unpredictability {n} (The quality of being unpredictable)  :: Unvorhersehbarkeit {f}
unpredictable {adj} (unable to be predicted)  :: unvorhersagbar
unprepared {adj} (not prepared)  :: unvorbereitet
unprincipled {adj} (lacking moral values)  :: gewissenlos, prinzipienlos, prinzipienfrei
unprocessed {adj} (not processed)  :: unverarbeitet
unproductive {adj} (not productive)  :: unproduktiv
unpronounceable {adj} (impossible or difficult to pronounce or articulate)  :: unaussprechbar
unprotected {adj} (not protected)  :: ungeschützt
unprotected sex {n} (sexual activity without protection from sexually transmitted disease)  :: ungeschützter Sex, ungeschützter Geschlechtsverkehr
unprovability {n} (condition of being unprovable)  :: Unbeweisbarkeit {f}
unprovable {adj} (that cannot be proved or verified)  :: unbeweisbar
unproven {adj} (not proved)  :: unbewiesen
unpublished {adj} (not published)  :: [rare] unediert, unveröffentlicht
unqualified {adj} (ineligible, not qualified)  :: unqualifiziert
unqualified {adj} (undescribed)  :: unqualifiziert
unquestionable {adj} (undeniable, obvious)  :: fraglos, unzweifelhaft
unquote {interj} (end of quotation)  :: Zitat Ende {n}
unravel {v} (to separate the threads (of))  :: entwirren, auftrennen, aufdröseln, auseinanderdröseln
unravel {v} (to clear from complication or difficulty; to unfold; to solve)  :: enträtseln, lösen, auflösen, offenlegen, enthüllen
unravel {v} (to separate the connected or united parts of; to throw into disorder; to confuse)  :: auftrennen, ausfasern, zerfasern
unravel {v} (to become undone; to collapse)  :: einstürzen, zusammenstürzen, zusammenbrechen, zusammenfallen, zugrundegehen, vernichtet werden, zunichte gemacht werden
unravelling {n} (the act of becoming unravelled (unfolding))  :: Enthüllung {f}, Offenlegung {f}, Entschlüsselung {f}, Enträtselung {f}
unravelling {n} (the act of becoming unravelled (collapsing))  :: Zusammenbruch {m}, Kollaps {m}
unreachable {adj} (unable to be reached)  :: unerreichbar
unreachable code {n}  :: unerreichbarer Code {m}
unreadable {adj} (that cannot be read or is not easy to read)  :: unleserlich, unlesbar
unreal {adj} (not real)  :: unwirklich
unrealistic {adj} (not realistic)  :: unrealistisch
unreason {n} (lack of reason)  :: Unvernunft {f}
unreason {n} (nonsense, folly)  :: Torheit {f}
unreasonable {adj} (not reasonable)  :: unvernünftig
unreasonableness {n} (state of being unreasonable)  :: Unvernünftigkeit {f}, Unvernunft {f}
unreasonableness {n} (unreasonable act)  :: Unvernünftigkeit {f}
unrecognizable {adj} (that cannot be recognized)  :: unerkennbar
unreconcilable {adj} (irreconcilable) SEE: irreconcilable  ::
unrelated {adj} (not connected)  :: unabhängig, ohne Zusammenhang
unrelated {adj} (not related)  :: nicht verwandt
unreliability {n} (the quality of being unreliable)  :: Unzuverlässigkeit {f}
unreliable {adj} (not reliable)  :: unzuverlässig
unreliable narrator {n} (in literary theory)  :: unzuverlässiger Erzähler {m}, unzuverlässige Erzählerin {f}
unremitting {adj} (incessant)  :: unablässig
unrequited {adj} (not reciprocated)  :: unerwidert
unrequited love {n} (love that is not reciprocated, even though reciprocation is desired)  :: unerwiderte Liebe {f}
unrest {n} (state of trouble)  :: Unruhen {f-p}
unrestrained {adj} (not held in check)  :: unbeherrscht
unrestrained {adj} (unconstrained)  :: ungehemmt
unrestrained {adj}  :: ungehemmt
unrivaled {adj} (beyond compare, far surpassing any other, unparalleled, without rival)  :: konkurrenzlos, unvergleichlich, unerreicht
unrivalled {adj} (unrivalled) SEE: unrivaled  ::
unrobe {v} (disrobe) SEE: disrobe  ::
unromantic {adj} (not romantic)  :: unromantisch
unsafe {adj} (not safe)  :: unsicher
unsafely {adv} (in an unsafe way)  :: gefährlich
unsaid {adj} (unspoken) SEE: unspoken  ::
unsaleable {adj} (not saleable)  :: unverkäuflich
unsalted {adj} (not salted)  :: ungesalzen
unsanctioned {adj} (not approved)  :: nicht genehmigt
unsatisfied {adj} (dissatisfied) SEE: dissatisfied  ::
unsatisfying {adj} (not providing satisfaction)  :: unbefriedigend
unsaturated {adj} (capable of dissolving more solute)  :: ungesättigt
unsaturated {adj} (having one or more double bonds or triple bonds between carbon atoms)  :: ungesättigt
unsaturated {adj} (not chromatically pure)  :: ungesättigt
unscathed {adj} (not injured/harmed)  :: unverletzt, unbeschadet
unscientific {adj} (Not scientific)  :: unwissenschaftlich
unscrupulous {adj} (without scruples)  :: skrupellos
unscrupulous {adj} (contemptuous of what is right or honourable)  :: skrupellos
unsearchable {adj}  :: undurchsuchbar
unseaworthy {adj} (unfit for a sea voyage)  :: nicht seetüchtig
UN Security Council {prop} (international organ)  :: Sicherheitsrat der Vereinten Nationen {m}, Sicherheitsrat {m}
unseemly {adj} (inconsistent with standards, etc.)  :: unpassend, unangebracht, unschicklich
unselectable {adj}  :: nicht ansteuerbar, nicht auswählbar, nicht wählbar
unselfish {adj} (not selfish; selfless; generous; altruistic)  :: uneigennützig, selbstlos
unsentimental {adj} (not sentimental)  :: unsentimental
unsettling {adj} (That makes one troubled or uneasy)  :: beunruhigend
unshamed {adj} (unshamed)  :: unverschämt, schamlos
unshaven {adj} (unkempt) SEE: unkempt  ::
unshaven {adj} (not having shaved)  :: unrasiert
unshorn {adj} (not shorn)  :: ungeschoren
unsolved {adj} (not yet solved)  :: ungelöst, unaufgeklärt
unspeakable {adj} (incapable of being spoken or uttered)  :: unsäglich
unspoken {adj} (not spoken; not said)  :: ungesagt
unspoken rule {n} (rule that is understood but does not exist in written form)  :: ungeschriebene Regel {f}, ungeschriebenes Gesetz {n}
unsportsmanlike {adj} (violating the accepted standards of sportsmanship)  :: unsportlich
unstable {adj} (not stable)  :: instabil, labil
unsteady {adj}  :: unstet
unstinted {adj} (not constrained, not restrained, or not confined)  :: uneingeschränkt
unstoppable {adj} (unable to be stopped)  :: unaufhaltbar
unstressed {adj} (not stressed or accentuated)  :: unbetont
unsubscribe {v} (to cancel a subscription)  :: abbestellen
unsuccessful {adj} (failed, not successful)  :: erfolglos
unsufferable {adj} (insufferable) SEE: insufferable  ::
unsugared {adj} (not sugared)  :: ungezuckert
unsure {adj} (uncertain)  :: unsicher
unsweet {adj} (not sweet)  :: unsüß
unsweetened {adj} (Not sweetened)  :: ungesüßt
untactful {adj} (not tactful)  :: taktlos
untenable {adj} (Not able to be held, as of an opinion or position)  :: unhaltbar, unvertretbar
unthinkable {adj} (incapable of being believed; incredible)  :: unvorstellbar
unthinkable {adj} (inconceivable or unimaginable; extremely improbable in a way that goes against common sense)  :: undenkbar, unvorstellbar
untidiness {n} (the quality of being untidy)  :: Schlamperei {f}
untidy {adj} (sloppy)  :: unordentlich
untie {v} (to loosen, as something interlaced or knotted)  :: losbinden
untie {v} (to free from fastening or from restraint)  :: losmachen
untie {v} (to resolve)  :: aufklären, auflösen, beschließen, beseitigen, lösen
untie {v} (to become untied or loosed)  :: sich lösen
until {prep} (up to the time of)  :: bis, bis zu
until {conj} (up to the time that)  :: bis
untimely {adj} (early; premature)  :: vorzeitig, verfrüht
unto {prep} (Up to)  :: zu
untouchable {n} (pariah) SEE: pariah  ::
untouchable {adj} (not able to be touched)  :: unantastbar
untouched {adj} (not eaten)  :: unangerührt, unberührt
untouched {adj} (not influenced, affected or swayed)  :: ungerührt, unberührt
untouched {adj} (not having come in contact)  :: unberührt
untoward {adj} (unfavourable, adverse, or disadvantageous)  :: ungünstig, schädlich, unvorteilhaft
untoward {adj} (unruly, troublesome)  :: problematisch, schwierig, ärgerlich
untoward {adj} (unseemly, improper)  :: ungünstig, unangebracht
untrammel {v} (free or release from obstacles or hindrances)  :: entfesseln
untranslatability {n} (property of being untranslatable; inability to be translated)  :: Unübersetzbarkeit {f}
untranslatable {adj} (not able to be translated)  :: unübersetzbar
untranslatableness {n} (property of being untranslatable; inability to be translated)  :: Unübersetzbarkeit {f}
untruism {n} (false statement) SEE: falsehood  ::
untrustworthy {adj} (not deserving of trust; unreliable)  :: unzuverlässig
untruth {n} (lie or falsehood)  :: Unwahrheit {f}
ununbium {n} (chemical element)  :: Ununbium {n}
ununennium {n} (chemical element)  :: Ununennium {n}
ununhexium {n} (element with atomic number 116)  :: Ununhexium {n}
ununifiable {adj} (impossible to unify of be unified)  :: unvereinheitlichbar
ununoctium {n} (chemical element)  :: Ununoctium {n}
ununpentium {n} (chemical element)  :: Ununpentium {n}
ununquadium {n} (chemical element)  :: Ununquadium {n}
ununseptium {n} (element with atomic number 117)  :: Ununseptium {n}
ununtrium {n} (chemical element)  :: Ununtrium {n}
unusable {adj} (not usable)  :: unbenutzbar
unused {adj} (not used)  :: unbenutzt, ungebraucht
unused {adj} (not accustomed (to))  :: nicht gewöhnt
unusual {adj} (unlike what is expected; differing in some way from the norm)  :: ungewöhnlich
unusual {adj} (not usual)  :: ungewöhnlich
unusually {adv} (in an unusual manner)  :: ungewöhnlich
unvariable {adj} (invariable) SEE: invariable  ::
unvarnished {adj} (not having been coated with varnish)  :: unbehandelt
unvarnished {adj} (natural, unmodified, unembellished, not exaggerated)  :: ungeschminkt [truth]
unveil {v} (to uncover)  :: enthüllen
unveil {v}  :: offenbaren
unvisible {adj} (invisible) SEE: invisible  ::
unvisibly {adv} (invisibly) SEE: invisibly  ::
unvoiced {adj} (linguistics: voiceless) SEE: voiceless  ::
unvoluntary {adj} (involuntary) SEE: involuntary  ::
unwanted {adj} (not wanted)  :: unerwünscht, ungewollt
unwary {adj} (lacking caution)  :: unbedarft, unachtsam, unvorsichtig
unwed {adj} (not married) SEE: unmarried  ::
unwed {n} (bachelor or a spinster) SEE: unmarried  ::
unwholesome {adj} (not wholesome)  :: ungesund, unheilsam
unwieldy {adj} (difficult to carry, handle, manage or operate)  :: unhandlich
unwilling {adj} (not willing; loath; disinclined; reluctant)  :: unwillig
unwillingly {adv} (in an unwilling manner)  :: widerwillig, unwillig
unwillingness {n} (property of being unwilling)  :: Unwilligkeit {f}
unwind {v} (To wind off)  :: abwickeln, loswickeln, abspulen, abdocken [textil.]
unwind {v} (To disentangle)  :: entwirren
unwind {v} (To relax)  :: abschalten [figurative], sich entspannen
unwind {v} (To be or become unwound)  :: sich abwickeln
unwinnable {adj} (unable to be won)  :: nicht zu gewinnen [predicative], nicht zu gewinnend [attributive]
unwise {adj} (not wise)  :: unklug
unwitting {adj} (unaware)  :: unwissentlich
unwitting {adj} (unintentional)  :: unabsichtlich
unworldly {adj} (lacking sophistication)  :: weltfremd
unworthy {adj} (not worthy)  :: unwürdig
unwrap {v} (undo what is wrapped)  :: auspacken, auswickeln, auseinanderwickeln
unwrinkled {adj} (wrinkle-free) SEE: wrinkle-free  ::
unwritten {adj} (not written)  :: ungeschrieben
unwrittenness {n} (quality of being unwritten)  :: Ungeschriebenskeit
unwritten rule {n} (unspoken rule) SEE: unspoken rule  ::
up {adv} (away from earth’s surface)  :: oben, nach oben, empor
up {adv} (completely, thoroughly)  :: ver-, er-
up {prep} (toward the top)  :: hinauf, hoch
up {prep} (further along)  :: weiter
up {adj} (awake)  :: auf, munter
up {adj} (finished)  :: um, zu Ende, alle [colloquial], beendet, aus
up {adj} (ready, willing)  :: bereit
up {adj} (next)  :: dran
up {adj} (facing upwards)  :: hoch
up {adj} (standing)  :: auf
up {adj} (on a higher level)  :: oben
up {adj} (functional)  :: in Betrieb, an
up {v} (increase)  :: aufdrehen, erhöhen
up against the wall {adj}  :: in die Ecke
Upanishad {prop} (Hindu text)  :: Upanischad {f}
upbeat {adj} (Having a fast pace, tempo, or beat)  :: [colloquial, music] peppig
upbeat {adj} (Having a positive, lively, or perky tone, attitude, etc.)  :: fröhlich, optimistisch, heiter und zuversichtlich gestimmt
upbeat {n} (unaccented beat at the start of a musical phrase)  :: Auftakt {m}
upblow {v} (inflate)  :: aufblasen
upblow {v} (blow up) SEE: blow up  ::
upcoming {adj} (of the relatively near future)  :: kommend
update {n} (action of making something up to date)  :: Aktualisierung {f}, Update {n}
update {v} (to make something up to date)  :: aktualisieren, auf den neuesten Stand bringen, auf den jüngsten Stand bringen, aufdatieren
upend {v} (to end up; to set on end)  :: hochkant stellen
upend {v} (to tip or turn over)  :: umkippen, umstülpen
upfront {adv} (beforehand) SEE: beforehand  ::
upfront {adv} (attacker) SEE: attacker  ::
upfront {adj} (honest, frank and straightforward)  :: direkt, freimütig, führend, geradeheraus, offen und ehrlich, vordringlich
upgrade {n} (an improved component or replacement item)  :: Upgrade {n}
upgrade {v} (to improve)  :: verbessern
upgrade {v} (to replace an existing object with something better)  :: hochrüsten, nachrüsten
upgrade {v} (to replace a program with a later version of itself)  :: aufrüsten, upgraden
upgrow {v} (grow up)  :: wachsen
upgrowth {n} (process or result of growing up)  :: Wachstum {n}
upheaval {n} (process of being heaved upward, especially of the earth's crust)  :: Erhebung {f}, Aufwölbung {f}
upheaval {n} (sudden violent upset, disruption or convulsion)  :: Umbruch {m}, Aufruhr {m}
uphill {adv} (up a slope, towards higher ground)  :: bergauf {}, bergan
uphill {adj} (located up a slope or on a hill)  :: hochgelegen
uphill {adj} (going up a slope or a hill)  :: ansteigend
uphill {adj} ((by extension) difficult or laborious)  :: mühselig
upholsterer {n} (a craftsman who upholsters furniture)  :: Polsterer {m}, Tapezierer {m}
upholstery {n} (craft or business of upholstering furniture)  :: Polsterung {f}
upkeep {n} (maintenance; the act or effort of keeping something in good repair)  :: Wartung, Unterhalt
upland antshrike {n} (passerine bird)  :: Hochland-Ameisenwürger {m}
upload {v} (to transfer data)  :: hochladen
uploader {n} (someone who uploads files)  :: Uploader {m}, Hochlader {m}
upon {prep} (being above and in contact with another)  :: auf
upon {prep} (being directly supported by another)  :: auf
upon {prep} (at a prescribed point in time)  :: mit
upon {prep}  :: auf , von , seit
up one's sleeve {prep} (hidden, in reserve)  :: im Ärmel
upper {adj}  :: obere
upper arm {n} (section of an arm)  :: Oberarm {m}, Hinterarm {m}
Upper Austria {prop} (state of Austria)  :: Oberösterreich
upper case {n} (capital letters, collectively)  :: Großbuchstaben {m-p}, Großschreibung {f}
upper chamber {n} (upper house) SEE: upper house  ::
upper class {n} (those people at the top of a social hierarchy)  :: Oberschicht {f}
upper class {n} (aristocracy)  :: Adelsschicht {f}
uppercut {n} (in boxing)  :: Uppercut {m}, Aufwärtshaken {m}
Upper German {n}  :: Oberdeutsch {n}
Upper German {adj}  :: oberdeutsch
upper house {n} (part of a parliament)  :: Oberhaus {n}
Upper Lusatian {prop} (Upper Sorbian) SEE: Upper Sorbian  ::
uppermost {adj} (at or nearest the top)  :: höchst
Upper Silesia {prop} (region)  :: Oberschlesien {n}
Upper Sorbian {prop} (a Slavic language spoken in part of Saxony)  :: Obersorbisch {n}
Upper Volta {prop} (former name of Burkina Faso)  :: Obervolta {n}
uppity {adj} (Presumptuous, above oneself)  :: dreist, hochnäsig
Uppsala {prop} (city in eastern central Sweden)  :: Uppsala {n}
upright {adj} (vertical; erect)  :: aufrecht
upright {adj} (greater in height than breadth)  :: hochkant
upright {adj} (of good morals)  :: aufrecht
upright bass {n} (instrument) SEE: double bass  ::
uprighteous {adj} (righteous) SEE: righteous  ::
upright piano {n} (a keyboard musical instrument)  :: Pianino {n}
uprising {n} (a popular revolt)  :: Aufstand {m}
uproar {n} (noisy excitement)  :: Aufruhr {m}
uproot {v} (eradicate) SEE: eradicate  ::
uproot {v} (extirpate) SEE: extirpate  ::
uprootedness {n} (quality of being uprooted)  :: Entwurzelung {f}, Entwurzeltsein {n}
UPS {n} (uninterruptible power supply)  :: USV
ups and downs {n} (idiomatic)  :: Höhen und Tiefen {f-p}
upscale {adj} (marked by wealth or quality) SEE: high-class  ::
upset {n} (sports: unexpected victory of a competitor)  :: Überraschungssieg {m}
upset {v} (make (a person) angry, distressed or unhappy)  :: ärgern, aufregen
upset {v} (disturb, disrupt, unfavorably alter)  :: umstoßen, stürzen, umwerfen
upset {v} (tip, overturn)  :: umwerfen, umkippen, umschlagen, kentern, umdrehen, umkehren [transitiv], auf den Kopf stellen [figurative, idiomatic]
upside {n} (the highest or uppermost side or portion of something)  :: Oberseite {f}
upside {n} (a favourable aspect of something that also has an unfavourable aspect)  :: Vorteil {m}
upside down {adv} (inverted)  :: auf dem Kopf, verkehrt herum, verkehrt rum
upsilon {n} (letter of the Greek alphabet)  :: Ypsilon {n}
upstairs {adv} (up the stairs; on a higher floor or level)  :: treppauf, oben, nach oben [where to], herauf
upstart {n} (newly rich or prominent)  :: Emporkömmling {m}, Parvenü {m}, Neureicher {m}
upstart {adj} (self-important and presumptuous)  :: Angeber {m}
upstream {adv} (against the flow)  :: flussaufwärts
up to {prep} (against, next to, near, towards)  :: bis zu
up-to-date {adj} (current; recent)  :: aktuell
up-to-date {adj} (informed of the latest news)  :: auf dem neuesten Stand, auf dem Laufenden, up to date
uptown {n} (the residential part of a city)  :: im Wohngebiet {n}
upwards {adv} (to a higher place)  :: aufwärts
ur- {prefix} (forming words with the sense of 'primitive')  :: ur-
uracil {n} (one of the bases of RNA)  :: Uracil {n}
urad {n} (South Asian bean)  :: Urdbohne, Linsenbohne
uraeus {n} (representation of the sacred asp)  :: Uräusschlange
Ural Mountains {prop} (mountains)  :: Ural {m}
Ural owl {n} (Strix uralensis)  :: Habichtskauz {m}, Uralkauz {m}
Urals {prop} (Ural Mountains) SEE: Ural Mountains  ::
uraninite {n} (form of uranium dioxide)  :: Uraninit {n}, Pechblende {f}
uranium {n} (uranium (element))  :: Uran {n}
Uranus {prop} (god of the sky and heavens)  :: Uranus
Uranus {prop} (planet)  :: Uranus {m}
urban {adj} (of the city; characteristic of city life)  :: städtisch, urban, Stadt-
Urban {prop} (male given name)  :: Urban {m}
urbane {adj} (courteous, polite, refined, suave, and sophisticated)  :: weltgewandt, weltmännisch
urbanism {n} (study of cities)  :: Urbanistik {f}
urbanism {n} (culture of people who live in cities)  :: Stadtleben {n}
urbanism {n} (urbanization) SEE: urbanization  ::
urbanite {n} (someone who lives in a city or similar urban area)  :: Städter {m}
urbanization {n} (growth of cities)  :: Urbanisierung {f}
urbanization {n} (change in region)  :: Urbanisierung {f}
urbanize {v}  :: urbanisieren
urban legend {n} (apocryphal story)  :: moderne Legende {f}, Großstadtlegende {f}
urban myth {n} (widely circulated story) SEE: urban legend  ::
urban regeneration {n} (urban renewal) SEE: urban renewal  ::
urban renewal {n} (redevelopment of urban areas)  :: Stadtsanierung {f}
urceolate {adj} (urn-shaped)  :: krugförmig
urchin {n} (mischievous child)  :: Bengel {m}, Lümmel {m}, Lausbube {m}, Racker {m}, Schlingel {m}, Göre {f}
urchin {n} (street kid)  :: Straßenjunge {m}, Straßenkind {n}
urchin {n} (hedgehog)  :: Igel {m}
Urdu {prop} (the Indo-Iranian language)  :: Urdu {n}
urea {n} (organic compound)  :: Harnstoff {n}
ureter {n} (narrow duct that carries urine from the kidneys)  :: Harnleiter {m}, [technical] Ureter {m}
urethane {n} (organic compound)  :: Urethan {n}
urethra {n} (anatomical tube)  :: Harnröhre {f}, [technical] Urethra {f}
urge {n} (a strong desire; an itch to do something)  :: Drang {m}
urge {v} (to press, push, drive)  :: drängen, mahnen, treiben
urge {v} (to press the mind or will of)  :: anspornen
urge {v} (to provoke)  :: provozieren
urge {v}  :: [1,2,4] drängen, [1] antreiben
urgency {n} (quality or condition of being urgent)  :: Dringlichkeit {f}
urgent {adj} (requiring immediate attention)  :: dringend, dringlich, eilig
Ur-Germanic {prop} (hypothetical prehistoric ancestor language)  :: Urgermanisch {n}
urheimat {n} (the original homeland)  :: Urheimat {f}
Uri {prop} (canton of Switzerland)  :: Kanton Uri
Uriah {prop} (biblical character)  :: Uria {m}, Urija {m}
Uriah Heep {n} (yes man) SEE: yes man  ::
Uriah Heep {v} (brownnose) SEE: brownnose  ::
uric acid {n} (bicyclic heterocyclic phenolic compound)  :: Harnsäure {f}
Urim and Thummim {n} (sacred devices used for casting lots)  :: Urim und Thummim
urinal {n} (lavatory) SEE: toilet  ::
urinal {n} (a vessel specially used for urination, see also: chamber pot)  :: Ente {f}
urinal {n} (fixture for standing urination)  :: Urinal {n}, Pissoir {n}, Pinkelbecken {n}
urinal {n} (outhouse) SEE: outhouse  ::
urinal {n} (latrine) SEE: latrine  ::
urinary bladder {n} (urinary bladder)  :: Blase {f}, Harnblase {f}
urinary tract {n} (urinary tract)  :: Harnwege {m-p}, Harntrakt {m}
urinate {v} (to pass urine from the body)  :: urinieren, harnen
urination {n} (the process of eliminating liquid waste from the body)  :: Miktion {f}, Urinieren {n}, Harnlassen {n}
urine {n} (liquid excrement)  :: Urin {m}, Harn {m}
urn {n} (a vase with a footed base)  :: Urne {f}
urn {n} (a vessel for ashes or cremains of a deceased person)  :: Urne {f}
urologist {n} (doctor of urology)  :: Urologe {m}, Urologin {f}
urology {n} (branch of medicine dealing with urinary tract and urogenital system)  :: Urologie {f}
Ursa Major {prop} (large circumpolar constellation of the northern sky)  :: Großer Bär {m}
Ursa Minor {prop} (a circumpolar constellation of the northern sky)  :: Kleiner Bär {m}
Ursula {prop} (female given name)  :: Ursula
urticaria {n} (medical condition)  :: Urticaria {f}, Nesselsucht {f}
Uruguay {prop} (country)  :: Uruguay {n}
Uruguayan {n} (a person from Uruguay)  :: Uruguayer {m}, Uruguayerin {f}
Uruguayan {adj} (of Uruguay)  :: uruguayisch
us {pron} (objective case of "we")  :: uns
us {pron} (colloquial: me)  :: uns
USA {prop} (United States of America)  :: USA {p}
usability {n} (degree to which an object or device is easy to use)  :: Benutzerfreundlichkeit {f}
usability {n} (easiness of use in computing)  :: Benutzerfreundlichkeit {f}
usability {n}  :: Gebrauchstauglichkeit {f}
usable {adj} (capable of being used)  :: nutzbar
usage {n} (the manner or the amount of using; use)  :: Verwendung {f}, Benutzung {f}, Anwendung {f}
usage {n} (habit or accepted practice)  :: Brauch {m}
usage {n} (the way words are spoken or written in a community)  :: Gebrauch {m}
usage {n}  :: [1] Nutzung {f}, [2,3] Benutzung {f}
US American {n} (inhabitant or citizen of the United States of America)  :: US-Amerikaner {m}, US-Amerikanerin {f}
USB modem {n} (type of wireless modem)  :: USB modem
US dollar {n} (official currency of the United States)  :: US-Dollar {m}
use {v} (to use) SEE: consume  ::
use {n} (act of using)  :: Benutzung {f}, Anwendung {f}, Gebrauch {m}
use {n} (usefulness)  :: Nutzen {m}
use {n} (function)  :: Funktion {f}, Zweck {m}
use {v} (employ, apply)  :: benutzen, verwenden, gebrauchen
use {v} (to exhaust the supply of, to consume)  :: verbrauchen
use {v} (rare: to habitually do)  :: zu tun pflegen, gewöhnlich tun
use {v} (used to) SEE: used to  ::
useable {adj} (usable) SEE: usable  ::
use-by date {n} (The date by which it is advised that a perishable product be consumed)  :: Verfallsdatum {n}
use case {n} (system scenario)  :: Anwendungsfall {m}
used {adj} (that has or have previously been owned by someone else)  :: gebraucht, Second-Hand
Usedom {prop} (island)  :: Usedom {n}
used to {adj} (accustomed to)  :: gewöhnt [an]
used to {v} (formerly and habitually or repeatedly)  :: früher + imperfect or perfect tense; I used to eat cheese - Früher habe ich Käse gegessen
useful {adj} (having a practical or beneficial use)  :: nützlich
useful idiot {n} (political sense)  :: nützlicher Idiot {m}, nützliche Idiotin {f}
usefulness {n} (quality of being useful)  :: Nützlichkeit {f}
useless {adj} (without use or possibility to be used)  :: nutzlos, unnützlich, unnütz, wertlos, sinnlos
uselessness {n} (quality of being useless)  :: Sinnlosigkeit {f}
Usenet {prop} (a world-wide distributed discussion system consisting of newsgroups classified hierarchically by subject)  :: Usenet {n}
user {n} (one who uses something, a consumer)  :: Benutzer {m}, Verbraucher {m}
user {n} (one who uses drugs)  :: Drogenkonsument {m}
user {n} (person who uses a computer)  :: Benutzer {m}, Benutzerin {f}, Anwender {m}
user-friendliness {n} (quality of being user-friendly)  :: Benutzerfreundlichkeit {f}
user-friendly {adj} (designed to be easy to use)  :: benutzerfreundlich
user interface {n} (the part of a software application that a user sees and interacts with)  :: Anwenderschnittstelle {f}, Bedieneroberfläche {f}, Bedienoberfläche {f}, Benutzerschnittstelle {f}, Maske {f}
username {n} (a person's identification on an individual computer system)  :: Benutzername {m}
use up {v} (exhaust) SEE: exhaust  ::
ushanka {n} (a traditional Russian fur cap with earflaps)  :: Uschanka {f}
U-shaped {adj}  :: u-förmig, U-förmig
usher {n} (person who escorts people to their seats)  :: Platzanweiser {m}
usher {n} (doorkeeper in a courtroom)  :: Gerichtsdiener {m}
usher {v} (to guide people to their seats)  :: zuweisen, anweisen, führen
usher {v} (to accompany or escort)  :: begleiten, Gesellschaft leisten
usher {v} (to precede; to act as a forerunner or herald)  :: vorausgehen
usher in {v} (announce the arrival of)  :: ankündigen, einleiten
Usonian {n} (a citizen of the USA, as opposed to an inhabitant of America as a whole)  :: US-Amerikaner {m}, US-Amerikanerin {f}
USSR {prop} (Union of Soviet Socialist Republics)  :: UdSSR {f}
Ussuriysk {prop} (city in Russia)  :: Ussurijsk {n}
u-stem {n} (Translations)  :: u-Stamm {m}
usual {adj} (most commonly occurring)  :: gewöhnlich
usually {adv} (most of the time)  :: gewöhnlich
usually {adv} (under normal conditions) SEE: normally  ::
usufruct {n} (legal right to use and derive profit or benefit from property that belongs to another person)  :: Nutznießung {f}, Nießbrauch {m}
usufruct {v} (to use and derive profit or benefit from property that belongs to another person)  :: nutznießen
usufructuary {adj} (of or pertaining to a usufruct)  :: nutznießerisch
usufructuary {n} (a person who holds property, or the use of assets, by usufruct)  :: Nutznießer {m}
usurer {n} (one who loans money at exorbitant interest rates)  :: Wucherer {m}, Wucherin {f}, Kredithai {m}, Zinswucherer {m}
usuress {n} (A female usurer)  :: Wucherin {f}
usurp {v} (to seize power)  :: usurpieren
usurper {n} (one who usurps)  :: Usurpator {m}
usury {n} (exorbitant rate of interest in excess of any legal rates)  :: Wucher {m}, Wucherzins {m}
usury {n} (practice of lending money at illegal or unfair rates)  :: Wucherei {f}, Zinswucher {m}
US Virgin Islands {prop} (Country in the Caribbean)  :: Amerikanische Jungferninseln
utensil {n}  :: Utensil {n}
uterine tube {n} (Fallopian tube) SEE: Fallopian tube  ::
uterus {n} (womb) SEE: womb  ::
utilitarianism {n} (the theory of the "greatest happiness for the greatest number of people")  :: Utilitarismus {m}
utility {adj} (state or condition of being useful)  :: Nützlichkeit {f}
utility knife {n} (cutting tool)  :: Teppichmesser {n}
utility model {n} (an intellectual property right)  :: Gebrauchsmuster
utility pole {n} (tall cylinder)  :: Freileitungsmast {m}, Strommast {m}
utmost {adj} (Situated at the most distant limit)  :: äußerst
utmost {adj} (The most extreme, ultimate)  :: äußerst, höchst
utopia {n} (world in perfect harmony)  :: Utopie {f}
utopian {adj} (ideal but often impractical; visionary)  :: utopisch
utopic {adj} (utopian) SEE: utopian  ::
utraquism {n} (Christian doctrine)  :: Kalixtiner {f}
Utrecht {prop} (province of the Netherlands)  :: Utrecht {n}
Utrecht {prop} (city in the Netherlands)  :: Utrecht {n}
Utsunomiya {prop} (a city of Japan)  :: Utsunomiya {n}
utter {adj} (absolute)  :: völlig
utter {v} (say)  :: ausstoßen, äußern
utter {v} (use the voice)  :: ausstoßen
utter {v} (make a noise)  :: ausstoßen
utterance {n} (an act of uttering)  :: Äußerung {f}
utterance {n} (ability to speak)  :: Sprechfähigkeit {f}, Sprachvermögen {n}
utterance {n} (manner of speaking)  :: Aussprache {f}
utterly {adv} (in complete manner) SEE: completely  ::
U-turn {n} (semi-circular turn)  :: Fahrtrichtungswechsel {m} [officialese], Kehrtwende {f}, Wenden {n}
U-turn {n} (reversal of policy)  :: Kehrtwende {f}, Hundertachtziggradwende {f}, 180-Grad-Wende {f}, Hundertachtziggraddrehung {f}, 180-Grad-Drehung {f}
uvarovite {n} (mineral)  :: Uwarowit {m}
uvula {n} (appendage that hangs from the palate)  :: Gaumenzäpfchen {n}, Uvula {f}
uxoricide {n} (a man who kills his wife)  :: Gattinnenmörder {m}
uxoricide {n} (the killing of one's wife)  :: Gattinnenmord {m}
Uyghur {n} (ethnic group)  :: Uigure {m}, Uigurin {f}
Uyghur {prop} (language)  :: Uigurisch {n}
Uzbek {n} (person)  :: Usbeke {m}, Usbekin {f}
Uzbek {prop} (language)  :: Usbekisch {n}
Uzbek {adj} (of, from, or pertaining to Uzbekistan, its people or language)  :: usbekisch
Uzbekistan {prop} (Republic of Uzbekistan)  :: Usbekistan {n}
Uzbek SSR {prop} (Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic)  :: Usbekische SSR {f}
Uzhgorod {prop} (Uzhhorod) SEE: Uzhhorod  ::
Uzhhorod {prop} (a city in the western Ukraine)  :: Ungarisch Burg {f}, Ungwar {f}