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lesen ______ etwas

von

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betrayal n (meistens verwendet)
treason n
seltener:
treachery n

Verrat Substantiv, maskulin

3

_____ Verrat

der

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self-interest n (meistens verwendet)
seltener:
selfishness n

Eigennutz Substantiv, maskulin

5

_____ Eigennutz

der

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fame n

glory n
seltener:
renown n · stardom n · celebrity n · kudos n

Ruhm Substantiv, maskulin

Der Ruhm der Band hat seit der Herausgabe ihres Albums zugenommen.

The band's fame has increased since their album was released.

Jeder Schriftsteller strebt nach Ruhm.

Every writer strives for fame.

Beispiele:
Ruhm erlangen v—win fame v
Ruhm ernten v—cover oneself with glory v
Weg zum Ruhm m—avenue to fame n

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_____ Ruhm

der

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dismiss sth. v (sth.) (dismissed, dismissed) (meistens verwendet)
shrug sth. off v (shrugged, shrugged)

seltener:
brush aside v · discount sth. v · be dismissive of sth. v (of sth.) · waive sth. v

abtun (etw.Akk ~) Verb

Sie tat meine Frage als unwichtig ab.

She shrugged off my question as unimportant.

Beispiele:
etw.Akk pauschal abtun v—dismiss sth. out of hand v
etw.Akk leichthin abtun v—be offhand about sth. v

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thoughtfulness n
seltener:
reflectiveness n · pensiveness n · meditativeness n

Nachdenklichkeit Substantiv, feminin

10

versinken _____

in etwas

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occur v (occurred, occurred)
happen v (happened, happened)
exist v (existed, existed)

appear v (appeared, appeared)

vorkommen Verb

Einige Gattungen kommen nirgendwo sonst auf der Erde vor.

Some species exist nowhere else on Earth.

Mein Name kommt in den Vertragsdokumenten vor.

My name appears on the contract documents.

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creep in v (crept, crept)
seltener:
steal in v

sichAkk einschleichen Verb

Beispiele:
sichAkk in etw.Akk einschleichen v—worm oneself into sth. v (oneself)

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plot n

Plot Substantiv, maskulin

Der Plot des Films basiert auf einem berühmten Roman.

The film's plot is based on a famous novel.

Beispiele:
Plot-Maßstab m—plot scale n
komplizierter Plot m—complicated plot n
Plot-Dateien pl—plot data pl

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_____ Plot

der

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storyline n
seltener:
strand n · strand of the plot n

Handlungsstrang Substantiv, maskulin

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____ Handlungsstrang

der, äe

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scene n

setting n

site n

arena n

locale n

seltener:
stage n · location n · theatreBE n · venue n · showplace n · theaterAE n

Schauplatz Substantiv, maskulin

Die Stadt war oft Schauplatz friedlicher Demonstrationen.

The city has frequently been the scene of peaceful demonstrations.

Der Schauplatz meiner Geschichte ist Italien.

The setting of my story is Italy.

Während meiner Reise besuchte ich viele historische Schauplätze.

I visited many historical sites on my trip.

Das Konzert wird auf einem öffentlichen Schauplatz stattfinden.

The concert will take place in a public arena.

Die neue Musikhalle ist ein guter Schauplatz für Konzerte.

The new music hall is a good locale for concerts.

Beispiele:
zentraler Schauplatz m—central arena n
wichtiger Schauplatz m—important showplace n

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___ Schauplatz

der

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protagonist n
seltener:
main character n · hero n · champion n

Protagonist Substantiv, maskulin

Beispiele:
männlicher Protagonist m—male protagonist n
wichtiger Protagonist m—major protagonist n

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___ Protagonist

der

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endowing p-I
seltener:
donating adj · stirring up p-I · fomenting p-I

en‧dow / ɪndaʊ / verb [ transitive ]

to give a college, hospital etc a large sum of money that provides it with an income

endow somebody/something with something phrasal verb formal
1 to make someone or something have a particular quality, or to believe that they have it :
Her resistance to the Nationalists endowed her with legendary status.
2 be endowed with something to naturally have a good feature or quality :
She was endowed with good looks.
3 to give someone something
→ well-endowed

stiftend Adjektiv / Partizip Präsens

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harmonious adj
consistent adj
coherent adj
harmonic adj

stimmig Adjektiv

Zusammen klangen die Instrumente stimmig.

Together, the instruments sounded harmonic.

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emotional state n

Gefühlslage Substantiv, feminin

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___ Gefühlslage

die

25

opponent n
counterpart n
antagonist n

Gegenspieler Substantiv, maskulin

In der Fernsehdebatte trat der Kandidat seinen Gegenspielern gegenüber.

The candidate confronted his antagonists in the television debate.

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___ Gegenspieler

der

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suspense n

sus‧pense / səspens / noun [ uncountable ]

a feeling of excitement or anxiety when you do not know what will happen next → tension
in suspense
They kept us in suspense for over two hours.
Come on then, tell me what happened; the suspense is killing me (= I feel very excited or anxious because I do not know what will happen next ) .
She couldn’t bear the suspense a moment longer.
suspense novel/story/movie etc (= one which is exciting because you do not know what will happen next )

Spannungsbogen Substantiv, maskulin

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___ Spannungsbogen

der

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spell n
ban n
seltener:
exile n · excommunication n

be‧guile / bɪɡaɪl / verb [ transitive ]

1 to interest and attract someone :
She was beguiled by his smooth talk.
2 to persuade or trick someone into doing something
beguile somebody into doing something
He was beguiled into buying another copy of her book.
3 literary to do something that makes the time pass in an enjoyable way

Bann Substantiv, maskulin

Beispiele:
in jds. Bann stehen v—be under sb.'s spell v
in Bann geschlagen—enthralled
jdn. in seinen Bann ziehen v [Redew.]—beguile sb. v

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jn in seinen _____ ziehen

Bann