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  • IPA(key): /ˈantiˌteːtɪʃ/


antithetisch (not comparable)

  1. antithetic, antithetical
    • 2010, Roland Benedikter, “Paradigmenwandel”, in: Sozialimpulse, 4/10
      […] dass in Europa derzeit eher ein Gefühl des „zu wenig“ an Paradigmenwechsel vorherrscht, während Obama in den USA eine starke, aber bislang auch stark polemisch und antithetisch bleibende Paradigmenbewegung ausgelöst hat.
      that in Europe, at this time, there’s rather a feeling of “too few” paradigm change, whereas Obama has started a strong paradigm movement in the USA, but until now it remains strongly polemic and antithetical.


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