BEOLINGUS
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toll; spitze; spitzenmäßig; super; genial; prima; klasse [Dt.]; klass [Ös.]; dufte [Norddt.]; knorke [Nordostdt.]; pfundig [Süddt.]; leiwand [Wien]; schnafte [Berlin] (veraltend) [ugs.] {adj} [listen] great /gr8/; super [coll.]; super-duper [coll.] [humor.]; ace [Br.] [coll.]; boss [slang]; bodacious [Am.]; grouse [Austr.] [NZ] [slang] [listen] [listen]

spitze aussehen to look super-duper

Spitze!; Das ist großartig! Ace!; It's really ace!

Prima! Goody! (childrens' speech) (becoming old-fashioned)

prima; famos {adj} wizard [Br.] [coll.] [listen]

prima; hervorragend {interj} [listen] bully

prima {adj} [ugs.] topflight; topnotch [coll.]

prima {adj} [ugs.] dandy [coll.] [listen]

in Ordnung; bestens; prima [ugs.] [listen] hunky-dory {adj} [coll.]

Es ist alles in Butter. Everything is hunky-dory.

Primaballerina {f} prima ballerina

Primadonna {f} prima donna

bombig; prima {adj} bang-up

fabelhaft; klasse; prima; lecker {adj} [listen] scrumptious [listen]

fantastisch; erstklassig; prima {adj} [ugs.] top-notch [coll.]

lecker; prima [ugs.] {adj} [listen] yummy; yum yum; yum [coll.] [listen]

mächtig; sehr; prima {adv} [listen] [listen] jolly [coll.] [listen]

schick; prachtvoll; prima {adj} [listen] peachy

Erkenntnis {f}; Erkennen {n}; Kognition {f} [phil.] [listen] cognition; knowledge [listen] [listen]

abstrakte Erkenntnis abstractive knowledge; abstract knowledge

diskursive Erkenntnis discursive cognition; discursive knowledge

empirische Erkenntnis empirical cognition; empirical knowledge

evidente Erkenntnis self-evident knowledge; evident knowledge

intuitive Erkenntnis intuitive knowledge

objektive Erkenntnis objective knowledge

prima facie Erkenntnis prima facie knowledge

rationale Erkenntnis; Vernunfterkenntnis rational knowledge

spekulative Erkenntnis speculative knowledge

Erkenntnis aus Prinzipien (Kant) knowledge from principles (Kant)

Erkenntnis durch Connaturalitas (Thomas von Aquin) knowledge by co-naturality; knowledge by connateness (Thomas Aquinas)

Anfangsgrund der Erkenntnis (Kant) antecedent ground of knowledge; starting-point of knowledge (Kant)

Mittel der Erkenntnis means of cognition

der Weg zur wahren Erkenntnis the path/road to true knowledge

der Baum der Erkenntnis (Bibel) the tree of knowledge (Bible)

(jdm./zu etw.) passen {vi} (die richtige Größe/Form/Ausführung haben) [listen] to fit [listen]

passend [listen] fitting

gepasst fitted [listen]

haargenau passen; wie angegossen passen to fit to a T

Das Hemd passt prima. The shirt fits great.

Dieses Kleid passte ihr perfekt. This dress fit her perfectly.