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aktiv  

ak•tiv  
1       adj   active,   (Econ)   [Bilanz]   positive, favourable   (Brit)  , favorable   (US)  ,   (Mil)   [Soldat etc]   on active service or duty  
aktiv sein        (Univ)   to be a full member of a/the students' association  
    Wahlrecht  
2       adv   actively  
sich aktiv an etw ($) beteiligen      dat   to take an active part in sth  
aktiv dienen        (Mil)   to be on active duty or service  


Sprache Aktiv       Language in Use  
  
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    Einladungen  
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    Erklärungen  
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    Vorschläge  
    Widerspruch  
    Zustimmung  
    Zweifel  
    Übereinstimmung  
  
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Aktiv   [1]   Ak•tiv      nt   , -s, (rare) -e     (Gram)   active  
Aktiv   [2]   Ak•tiv      nt   , -s, -s or -e     (DDR)   work team
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
exp.
to be a full member of a/the students' association
[Educ.]
exp.
to be on active duty {or} service
[Mil.]
exp.
low-level
exp.
to do sport
exp.
to join the army ; to join up ; to become a soldier
exp.
to play soldiers
exp.
soldier serving for a set time
exp.
a common soldier ; a private
exp.
an ex-soldier
exp.
a veteran ; an ex-serviceman
exp.
a deserter
exp.
to take an active part in sth
exp.
to have completed one's (military) service
exp.
four-in-hand {etc}
exp.
with one door/two doors {etc}
exp.
Smythe's/Braun's {etc} bill
exp.
all my/your {etc} life ; all my/your {etc} born days
exp.
all the/my {etc}
exp.
northwards/eastwards {etc}
exp.
as a child/girl {etc}
exp.
masses {or} stacks of work/money {etc}
exp.
extremely badly/well {etc}
exp.
at a trot/run {etc}
exp.
pure {or} sheer nonsense/joy {etc}
exp.
to listen {etc} with interest
exp.
to shoot/throw {etc} short
exp.
have a good {or} pleasant rest/journey {etc}
exp.
to learn to read/swim {etc}
exp.
cooked/prepared {etc} any old how {or} any old way
exp.
a lack of self-confidence/understanding {etc}
exp.
to do {or} achieve something really great/amazing/excellent {etc}

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