unmittelbar

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Etymology[edit]

From un- (un-) +‎ Mittel (means, medium) +‎ -bar (-able, -ly), 17th-century alteration of Middle High German unmittelich, loan translation of Latin immediatus.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈʊnmɪtəlˌbaː(ɐ̯)/, /ˌʊnmɪtəlˈbaː(ɐ̯)/
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Adjective[edit]

unmittelbar (comparative unmittelbarer, superlative am unmittelbarsten)

  1. immediate, direct

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