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bring forth (German)

Part of speech: verb, irregular

Hyphenation:
bring forward, I bring forward, simple past: I brought forward, participle II: brought forward
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [hɛɐ̯ˈfoːɐ̯ˌbʀɪŋən], simple past: [ˌbʀaχtə hɛɐ̯ˈfoːɐ̯], past participle: [hɛɐ̯ˈfoːɐ̯ɡəˌbʀaχt]
Word meaning / definition:
1) say something orally
produce a result, workflow
4) bring about, bring about
Synonyms:
1) bring out
create, generate, (fruit) carry, make, produce, create
4) afford, do, do
General terms:
1) speak
2) think
3) develop
4) create
Subordinate terms:
1) speak, speak, repeat, audition
design, manufacture, generate, think up
4) throw, educate, go out, radiate, act
Application examples:
1) The boy thanked him by quietly saying a thank you through his lips.
2) They make beautiful furniture.
2) The architect thought up a building and produced the corresponding technical drawing.
3) The visual artists often produce great works.
4) The kindergarten teacher brings enormous help to the children.
Derived words:
Production
Conjugations:
Present tense: I. bring forth; you bring forth; he she it Brings out
Simple past: I. brought forth
Participle II: spawned
Subjunctive II: i would bring forth
Imperative: singular bring out!; Plural Brings out!
Auxiliary verb: to have

Translations

  • English: bring about, produce, utter (a word)
  • French: produire
  • Italian: produrre
  • Swedish: frambringa; producera, få fram, alstra; 4) åstad comma
  • Spanish: producir

Similar terms:
jump out

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

During the Leverkusen victory in Hanover, the snow on the pitch prevented a goal of the nineties that was believed to be safe. That the combination of snow and soccer is also wonderful pictures bring forth can, shows our gallery.
11Freunde, March 11, 2019

Nvidia is also looking at the European Processor Initiative, which will be the first European CPUs based on ARM by 2021 bring forth should.
ComputerBase, June 17, 2019

More than 60 percent of those polled in an opinion poll by the Super Poll Research Institute are not convinced that the upcoming elections are good members of parliament bring forth become.
TIP Online (Thailand) October 01, 2018

The Netflix series 13 Reasons Why aka Dead Girls Don't Lie has been criticized since its premiere because it may be copycats bring forth could. A new study suggests that the fears were not unfounded.
Serienjunkies.de, May 01, 2019

'If she had been promoted differently, she would have great works bring forth can, 'said Schirmer in the Dlf.
dradio.de, January 21, 2019

Participation Opportunities Act - a monster word like only the German language bring forth can. Behind this is a concept of how long-term unemployed people can get a job again with the help of the state. By Kilian Pfeffer.
WDR.de, January 20, 2020

The winners of the Handelsblatt competition have been announced. They also show that German universities have an entrepreneurial spirit bring forth can.
Handelsblatt.com, November 14, 2019

Thinking space is the name of the series, the new ideas for Bremerhaven bring forth should. Martin Schüring from the TTZ research center has a lot of them.
Radio Bremen, July 16, 2020

In cooperation with the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (BOKU), a reforestation project has now been started that will make trees “climate-friendly” in the long term bring forth should.
ORF, November 02, 2019

Until July 1945 it was not clear whether the American nuclear program actually had functional nuclear weapons bring forth would. A complete design turned out to be a huge blow. But a test brought clarity shortly before use.
Welt.de, July 31, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • lead to
  • bring into being
  • create: to create something artistically or by hand
  • cause: trans. to trigger something, to be the reason for something, to be the origin of something, to be responsible for something
  • make: make something
  • design: develop something in its basic features
  • develop: generally think up something, plan something; Biology, reflexive: changing into an adult, adult animal; Biology, reflexive: arise from older forms of life (evolution); Photography, transitive: making the image visible on an exposed film or similar; Technology, transitive: Bringing a product from the idea to series production; general, reflexive: arising from something
  • create: upscale: let arise through your own creative power
  • create: build something, build something
  • produce: trans. to make something; cause
  • form (go): trans. to give something a form or shape; trans. affect a person's character; refl. get a different shape or form
  • shape: give shape or concept to an object or process; often impersonal, shaping oneself: happening in reality
  • create: raised: let arise through your own creative power
  • to produce: transitive: to make something, to create a product; reflexive, mostly pejorative: to present oneself in public
  • realize: make a plan a reality, put it into practice; Translate economy into real value; become aware of something
  • create: to create something artistically or by hand
  • scoop: trans. take something from a large amount of liquid a) liquid, with a small vessel or your hands b) solids, with a net or the like; lifted: breathe air; mental states: win, relate; Hunter's language, with game: drink; in the case of paper: produced by pouring paper pulp onto a mold plate; to create something
  • cause: transitive: bring about an effect
  • create: upscale: let arise through your own creative power
  • produce: trans. to make something; cause
  • fabricate: trans., obsolete: manufacturing a product in an entrepreneurial manner; to make something by hand - not particularly skillful or good, with simple means, but with a certain inventiveness; cause something bad, bad
  • to shape: trans. to give something shape or form; trans. affect a person's character; refl. get a different shape or form
  • produce: make an object (commercially); achieve that something comes about
  • synthesize: Chemistry: building a complex compound from simple components
  • to stand up (coll., fig.)
  • to reach: to get to someone or to something; get to a goal; enforce his wishes; connect to someone
  • bring about
  • bring about (coll.)
  • bring about
  • bring about (coll.)

Another word (synonym) for produce - Source: OpenThesaurus


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Entries from our dictionary that contain "bring forth":

author: See also: autor Autor (German) Part of speech: noun, (male) Cases: nominative: singular author; Plural authors genitive: singular author; Plural authors dative: singular author; ...

create: create, produce, create, create, create Opposite words: 1) destroy Application examples: 1) In the beginning God created heaven and earth

Whistle: produce flute-like tones 2) colloquial: whistle 3) tell someone something in high tones Origin of the term: from flute Examples of use: 1) A blackbird fluted in a tree

Afterimage effect: ... feci developed to efficere in Latin, borrowed from the meaning to produce something related to effect, characterizing the effect of the activity, originally the image in the eye ...

win:… Exploit (industrially) 11) transitive: let something emerge from a natural product, create, produce Origin of the term: attested in Middle High German to win, which is based on ...


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