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Suchergebnis zu
"in an erect position":

1. Wörterbuch und Phrasen:

Lat. Fund; Deut. Fund; Engl. Fund;

VolltrefferL (max. 100): 2 Ergebnis(se)
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgadrectarius, adrectaria, adrectariumadrēctārius, adrēctāria, adrēctārium= arrēctārius, arrēctāria, arrēctārium - gerade in die Höhe gerichtet
in an erect position, erect, perpendicular
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me
Wortsuche bei PerseusWortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.orgarrectarius, arrectaria, arrectariumarrēctārius, arrēctāria, arrēctāriumgerade in die Höhe gerichtet
in an erect position, erect, perpendicular
Wortsuche in Lewis and ShortWort- und Formsuche bei Van der GuchtWortsuche bei latein.me


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statuere, statuō, statuī, statūtumcause to stand, set up, set, station, fix in an upright position, set in the ground, erect, plant, place, set forth, construct and place, set up after constructing, make, establish, found, build, cause to stand still, cause to stop, cause to stand firm





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adrigere, adrigō, adrēxī, adrēctumset up, raise, erect, encourage, animate, rouse, excite, incite, rouse the mind, rouse the courage to something, direct the mind to something, direct the courage to something

aedificium exstruōperform a building, erect a building

aedificāre, aedificō, aedificāvī, aedificātumerect a building, build, raise, erect, establish, construct, build up, instruct, edify

aequilībrium, aequilībriī nlevel position, horizontal position, equilibrium, perfect equality

alicuius persōnasomeone's social role, someone's position in civic life

aliō atque aliō positus ventilorthrowing oneself back and forth soon in this position soon in that one

aliquem dē altissimō dignitātis gradū praecipitōbring someone down from his very high position

aliquem dē dignitātis gradū dēmoveōoust someone from his position

aliquem dē gradū (statū) dēiciōoust someone from his position

aliquem dē gradū dēmoveōoust someone from his position

aliquem gradū dēmoveōoust someone from his position, drive someone out of his position

aliquem gradū depellōoust someone from his position, drive someone out of his position, deprive someone of his advantage

aliquem gradū moveōoust someone from his position, drive someone out of his position

aliquem in integrum restituōreinstate someone to his former position

aliquem in rēgnum restituōrestore someone to the former position

aliquem locō dēpellōoust someone from his position, drive someone out of his position, displace someone from his position

aliquem perhibeōput someone in place, get someone in position,

aliquem statū moveōoust someone from his position

altēgradius, altēgradia, altēgradiumwalking erect

apocatastasis, apocatastasis frestoring to a former position, return of the stars to their position of the preceding year

apotelesmaticē, apotelesmaticēs fart of creating a birth chart, art of nativity position

arrigere, arrigō, arrēxī, arrēctumset up, raise, erect, encourage, animate, rouse, excite, incite, rouse the mind, rouse the courage to something, direct the mind to something, direct the courage to something

artum, artī nnarrow place, narrow passage, limited position

castra aequō locō pōnōset up a camp in a favourable position

castra pōnōtake up a fortified position

catastēma, catastēmatis nposition of a star, situation of a star, condition of a star

causa, causae ffeigned cause, pretext, pretence, judicial process, lawsuit, party, faction, cause that one defends, relation of friendship, connection, condition, state, situation, relation, position, business undertaken for any one, employment, matter, subject

chiasmus, chiasmī mchiasmus, crossed position

clīvus mēnsaeinclined position of the table

collaterālis, collaterāleconcerning the collateral relationship, having a side position

collocātiō verbōrumposition of the words

collocāre, collocō, collocāvī, collocātumplace together, arrange, station, lay, put, place, set, set up, erect, give in marriage, give, lay out, invest, advance, place money, place a dowry, place wealth, employ, invest, dispose of, occupy, employ, put, set in order

color, colōris mcolor, hue, tint, coloring stuff, dyestuff, complexion, external form, state, condition, position, outward show, appearance, character, fashion, cast, coloring, style, splendor, lustre, brilliancy, pretext, palliation, excuse

colōs, colōris m (altlat.)color, hue, tint, coloring stuff, dyestuff, complexion, external form, state, condition, position, outward show, appearance, character, fashion, cast, coloring, style, splendor, lustre, brilliancy, pretext, palliation, excuse

condiciō, condiciōnis fagreement, stipulation, condition, compact, proposition, terms, demand, marriage, match, amour, the relation of lover or mistress, external position, external situation, condition, rank, place, circumstances, situation, nature, mode, manner

conditiō, conditiōnis fagreement, stipulation, condition, compact, proposition, terms, demand, marriage, match, amour, the relation of lover or mistress, external position, external situation, condition, rank, place, circumstances, situation, nature, mode, manner

cōnsistere, cōnsistō, cōnstitītake a position, make a stand, appear as accuser before a court of justice, have a stand as a dealer, occupy a place of business, rest, remain, pause, dwell upon, delay, stop

cōnsistere, cōnsistō, cōnstitīto place one’s self anywhere, stand still, stand, halt, stop, make a stop, set, become hard, become solid, take one’s place, take position, assume a place, assume a attitude for an action, make a halt

cōnstituere, cōnstituō, cōnstituī, cōnstitūtumset up, erect, establish, found, build, construct, prepare, make, create, constitute, bring about, effect, establish, appoint, designate, appoint, select, put forward

continuāre, continuō, continuāvī, continuātumjoin together in uninterrupted succession, make continuous, join one with another, connect, unite, erect in rows, connect together in a period, join, connect together, continue uninterruptedly, do successively one thing after another, continue, last

convellere, convellō, convellī (convulsī), convulsumdraw violently hither and thither, tear up, wrest from its position, tear loose, tear away, separate from, pul up, pluck up, wrench, dislocate, cause to totter, shake, destroy, overthrow, bring to naught, tear to pieces, rend to pieces, cleave, dismember

crucem alicuī fīgō illō in locōset up the cross there for someone, erect the cross for someone

dē cīvitāte aliquem ēiciōexile someone, send someone into exile, expel someone from his position as a citizen

dē potestāte dēcēdōresign from one's office, resign from one's position, give up one's office

dēcēdere, dēcēdō, dēcessī, dēcessumgo away, depart, withdraw, retire, withdraw from a former position, disappear, go off, abate, subside, cease, deviate from the right way, give way, yield to another, avoid, shun, escape from, fall short of, degenerate from, turn out, result

dēicere, dēiciō, dēiēcī, dēiectumthrow down, cast down, hurl down, precipitate, drive out, dislodge an enemy from his position, drive out, turn out of possession, eject, dispossess, fell with a mortal wound, bring down dead to the ground, kill, slay, lower, let down, hang down, depress

dēpellere, dēpellō, dēpulī, dēpulsumdrive out, drive away, remove, expel, drive, thrust down, cast down, dislodge an enemy from his position, thrust out, remove from the breast, wean, deter, divert, dissuade from, prevent, hinder, turn away, divert, deny

dēteriōre condiciōne sumbe in a worse position

dēteriōre condiciōne ūtorbe in a worse position

difficultāte afficiorget into trouble, get into a difficult position, get into a difficult situation

dignitātis gradum ascendōclimb to a higher level of honor, make a career, ascend to an honorary position

locum capiōtake a position, take a stand

sine tribūwithout rank, without position

situs, sitūs mbeing laid, being placed, lying, manner of lying, situation, local position, site of a thing, a quarter of the world, region, rust, mould, mustiness, dust, dirt, neglect, idleness, absence of use, rusting, moulding, wasting away, dulness, inactivity

statiō, statiōnis fstanding, standing still, firm posture, place, position, station, watch, guard, station, office, position, anchorage, roadstead, road, bay, inlet, place of residence, post, post-station, post-house, religious meeting, assembly

status, statūs mcivil status, condition, position, circumstances, constitution, institutions, form of government, characteristic, mark, character, essential feature, mood of the verb

status, statūs mmode of standing, way of standing, mode of holding one’s body, posture, position, attitude, station, carriage, manners, dress, apparel, conviction, argument, condition in regard to public rights, political status

struere, struō, strūxī, strūctumplace by or upon each other, pile up, arrange, make by joining together, build, erect, fabricate, make, form, construct, join together, compound, compose, prepare, cause, occasion, devise, contrive, instigate

sublīmis, sublīmeuplifted, high, lofty, exalted, elevated, borne aloft, uplifted, elevated, raised, on high, lofty, in a high position

sublīmus, sublīma, sublīmumuplifted, high, lofty, exalted, elevated, borne aloft, uplifted, elevated, raised, on high, lofty, in a high position

subrēctus, subrēcta, subrēctumslightly straight, slightly erect, rather straight, nearly straight

subrigere, subrigō, subrēxī, subrēctumlift up, raise up, raise, erect, elevate

subsistere, subsistō, substitītake a stand, take a position, stand still, remain standing, stop, halt, stay, tarry, abide, remain in a place, remain alive, make a stand, stand firm, hold out, withstand, oppose, resist

suggerere, suggerō, suggessī, suggestumcarry, bring, put under, lay under, heap up, raise, erect, build, furnish, afford, supply, excite, produce, put upon, imposed upon, suggest, advise, prompt, offer, bring to mind, assign, add, subjoin

sum in ambiguōbe in an uncertain position

surgere, surgō, surrēxī, surrēctumlift up, raise up, raise, erect, elevate, rise, arise, get up, stand up, mount up, ascend, rise in growth, spring up, grow up, rise in building, be built, occur, rise to, rise against, attempt, assume, attack

surrēctus, surrēcta, surrēctumslightly straight, slightly erect, rather straight, nearly straight

suscitāre, suscitō, suscitāvī, suscitātumlift up, raise, elevate, throw up, cast up, erect, prick up, scare away, build, erect, stir up, rouse up, arouse, awaken, set in motion, encourage, incite, restore, revive, awaken, resuscitate

sustollere, sustollōlift up, take up, raise up, raise, set upon a high pedestal, build, erect, take away, remove, destroy

tempus, temporis n (cf. τέμνω)portion of time, period of time, a time, time, season, fitting time, appointed time, the right season, proper period, opportunity, state of the times, position, state, condition

thema, thematis n (θέμα)treated subject, treated topic, theme, position of the celestial signs at one’s birth, nativity, horoscope

tollere, tollō, sustulī, sublātumlift up, take up, raise, raise up, elevate, exalt, take up, accept, acknowledge, bring up, educate as one’s own, lift the anchor, weigh anchor, break up, proceed, build, erect, take on board, cheer up, console

topothesia, topothesiae ffictional location description, assumed position of a place

trānsversum, trānsversī ncross direction, cross position

tumulum alicuī struōerect a tomb

tumulum cōnstituōerect a tomb

tumulum statuōerect a tomb

ūnilaterālem dēclārātiōnem indēpendentiae agnōscere nōn valēmuswe do not see ourselves in a position to recognize the unilateral declaration of independence

vicis f (Gen.; weitere Kasus: vicem, vice, vicēs, vicibus)change, interchange, alternation, alternate succession, reciprocal succession, vicissitude, return, requital, reciprocal service, recompense, remuneration, retaliation, position, place, room, stead, post, office, duty

vitium, vitiī nfault, defect, blemish, imperfection, vice, breach, blemish, , useless part, faulty position, moral fault, failing, error, offence, crime, defect in the auspices, fault of language, base metal, alloy

vocāre, vocō, vocāvī, vocātumput in a situation, put in a mood, bring in some position, draw in some position, put in some condition, set in some condition, place in some condition

2. Formbestimmung:

Wortform von: in
[81] Praepositionin + Abl.
in (wo?); an (wo?); auf (wo?); innerhalb (temporal); während (temporal); im Verlauf (temporal); binnen;
[81] Praepositionin + Akk.
in... hinein (wohin?); nach... hin (wohin?); gegen... hin (wohin?); auf... hinauf (wohin?); in... hinab (wohin?);
[81] Praepositionin vicem (mit Gen.)
anstatt; für; wegen; nach Art von; gleich wie;

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Finden Sie Ihr Suchwort auch hier:
- bei van der Gucht Wortsuche bei Van der Gucht
- bei latein.me Wortsuche bei latein.me
- bei Google: engl-lat.
- in Zenon: deutsch-lat.
- in Pons: deutsch-lat.
- bei Perseus Wortsuche bei Perseus
- bei Google Wortsuche bei Google-Dict.
- bei zeno.org Wortsuche im lateinisch - deutschen Georges bei Zeno.org
- bei Lewis and Short Wortsuche in Lewis and Short
- in: Mittellateinisches Wörterbuch
- in: Du Cange: Glossarium mediae et infimae latinitatis
- in Pons: lat.-deutsch


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