Translation: from english

capable of being divided

  • 1 capable

    adjective
    1)

    be capable of something — [Person:] zu etwas imstande sein

    show him what you are capable of — zeig ihm, wozu du imstande bist od. wessen du fähig bist

    2) (gifted, able) fähig
    * * *
    ['keipəbl]
    1) (clever especially in practical ways: She'll manage somehow - she's so capable!) tüchtig
    2) ((with of) clever enough to; likely to; able to: He is capable of doing better; He is quite capable of cheating us.) imstande sein
    - academic2.ru/85092/capably">capably
    - capability
    * * *
    ca·pable
    [ˈkeɪpəbl̩]
    1. (competent) fähig; judge kompetent; worker tüchtig
    to leave sth in sb's \capable hands ( also hum) etw vertrauensvoll in jds Hände legen
    \capable mother gute Mutter
    2. (able) fähig, befähigt
    your plan is \capable of being improved deinen Plan könnte man noch besser machen
    to be \capable of doing sth in der Lage sein, etw zu tun
    * * *
    ['keɪpəbl]
    adj
    1) (= skilful, competent) fähig, kompetent; mother gut
    2)

    to be capable of doing sthetw tun können; ( person

    to be capable of sth —

    it's capable of exploding any minutees kann jede Minute explodieren

    it's capable of speeds of up to... — es erreicht Geschwindigkeiten bis zu...

    he's capable of better —

    he's quite capable of changing his mind at the last minuteer bringt es fertig und ändert seine Meinung in der letzten Minute

    thank you but I'm quite capable of doing that myself — danke, ich kann das durchaus allein

    * * *
    capable [ˈkeıpəbl] adj (adv capably)
    1. (leistungs)fähig, tüchtig (Lehrer etc)
    2. fähig (of zu oder gen; of doing zu tun), imstande ( of doing zu tun):
    be capable of murder fähig sein, einen Mord zu begehen;
    do you think he is capable of murder? trauen Sie ihm einen Mord zu?
    3. geeignet, tauglich ( beide:
    for zu)
    4. (of) zulassend (akk), fähig (zu):
    capable of improvement verbesserungsfähig;
    capable of being misunderstood missverständlich;
    this text is not capable of translation dieser Text lässt sich nicht übersetzen
    5. legally capable JUR rechts-, geschäftsfähig
    * * *
    adjective
    1)

    be capable of something[Person:] zu etwas imstande sein

    show him what you are capable of — zeig ihm, wozu du imstande bist od. wessen du fähig bist

    2) (gifted, able) fähig
    * * *
    adj.
    fähig adj.

    English-german dictionary > capable

  • 2 partition

    pə'tiʃən
    1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) tabique
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) partición, división

    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) dividir, tabicar, partir
    tr[pɑː'tɪʃən]
    1 (act) partición nombre femenino, división nombre femenino
    2 (wall) tabique nombre masculino; (screen) mampara
    1 partir, dividir
    partition [pər'tɪʃən, pɑr-] vt
    : dividir
    to partition off (a room): dividir con un tabique
    1) distribution: partición f, división f, reparto m
    2) divider: tabique m, mampara f, biombo m
    n.
    asignación s.f.
    división s.f.
    partición s.f.
    partija s.f.
    tabique s.m.
    v.
    dividir v.
    repartir v.

    I pər'tɪʃən, pɑːr-, pɑː'tɪʃən
    1) c
    a) ( screen) tabique m

    a glass partitionuna mampara de vidrio or (Esp) de cristal

    b) ( divider) separador m
    2) u c (of country, territory) división f, partición f

    II
    a) \<\<country/territory\>\> dividir
    b) \<\<room/corridor\>\> dividir con un tabique/con una mampara
    Phrasal Verbs:
    [pɑː'tɪʃǝn]
    1. N
    1) (=wall) tabique m
    2) (Pol) partición f, división f
    2. VT
    1) (=divide) [+ country] partir, dividir; (=share) repartir ( among entre)
    2) [+ room, area] tabicar, dividir con tabiques
    * * *

    I [pər'tɪʃən, pɑːr-, pɑː'tɪʃən]
    1) c
    a) ( screen) tabique m

    a glass partitionuna mampara de vidrio or (Esp) de cristal

    b) ( divider) separador m
    2) u c (of country, territory) división f, partición f

    II
    a) \<\<country/territory\>\> dividir
    b) \<\<room/corridor\>\> dividir con un tabique/con una mampara
    Phrasal Verbs:

    English-spanish dictionary > partition

  • 3 division

    noun
    1) see academic.ru/21451/divide">divide 1. 1): Teilung/Auf-/Ein-/Zerteilung, die
    2) (parting) (of things) Abtrennung, die; (of persons) Trennung, die; (marking off) Abgrenzung, die
    3) (distinguishing) Unterscheidung, die; Abgrenzung, die ( from gegenüber)
    4) (distributing) Verteilung, die (between/among an + Akk.); (sharing) Teilen, das
    5) (disagreement) Unstimmigkeit, die
    6) (Math.) Teilen, das; Dividieren, das; Division, die (fachspr.)

    short divisionverkürzte Division (ohne Aufschreiben der Zwischenprodukte)

    7) (separation in voting) Abstimmung [durch Hammelsprung]
    8) (part) Unterteilung, die; Abschnitt, der
    9) (section) Abteilung, die; (group) Gruppe, die; (Mil. etc.) Division, die; (of police) Einheit, die
    10) (Footb. etc.) Liga, die; Spielklasse, die; (in British football) Division, die
    * * *
    [di'viʒən]
    1) ((an) act of dividing.) die Teilung
    2) (something that separates; a dividing line: a ditch marks the division between their two fields.) die Grenze
    3) (a part or section (of an army etc): He belongs to B division of the local police force.) die Abteilung, die Division
    4) ((a) separation of thought; disagreement.) die Uneinigkeit
    5) (the finding of how many times one number is contained in another.) die Division
    * * *
    di·vi·sion
    [dɪˈvɪʒən]
    n
    1. no pl (sharing) Verteilung f
    \division of the tasks Aufgabenverteilung f
    2. no pl (break-up) Teilung f
    3. (section) Teil m
    the main \divisions of sth die Hauptbestandteile einer S. gen
    4. (disagreement) Meinungsverschiedenheit f
    to have a \division of opinion anderer Meinung sein
    \division within a party Gespaltenheit f innerhalb einer Partei
    5. (difference) Kluft f
    the \division between the rich and the poor die Kluft zwischen Reich und Arm
    6. (border) Grenze f, Trennlinie f
    7. no pl MATH Division f, Dividieren nt, Teilen nt
    to do \division dividieren
    8. MIL (unit) Division f
    an infantry \division eine Infanteriedivision
    9. (department) Abteilung f, Sparte f, Referat nt
    10. (league) Liga f
    first/second/third \division erste/zweite/dritte Liga
    to be in the first \division erstklassig sein
    11. BRIT POL Abstimmung f durch Hammelsprung
    12. LAW (main section) [Gerichts]abteilung f, Kammer f, Senat m
    13. (company) Tochtergesellschaft f
    * * *
    [dI'vIZən]
    n
    1) (= act of dividing, state of being divided) Teilung f; (MATH) Teilen nt, Division f

    he can't do divisioner kann nicht teilen or dividieren

    2) (MIL) Division f
    3) (= result of dividing in administration) Abteilung f; (in box, case) Fach nt; (= part) Teil m; (= category) Kategorie f
    4) (= that which divides in room) Trennwand f; (fig between social classes etc) Schranke f; (= dividing line lit, fig) Trennungslinie f
    5) (fig: discord) Uneinigkeit f
    6) (Brit PARL)
    7) (SPORT) Liga f
    * * *
    division [dıˈvıʒn] s
    1. Teilung f
    2. Zerteilung f, Spaltung f, fig auch Entzweiung f
    3. (Ab)Trennung f ( from von):
    division of property JUR Gütertrennung
    4. (Ver)Teilung f:
    division of labo(u)r Arbeitsteilung
    5. Verteilung f, Aus-, Aufteilung f
    6. WIRTSCH Ausschüttung f (einer Dividende)
    7. Gliederung f, Einteilung f ( beide:
    into in akk)
    8. MATH
    a) Division f:
    long division ungekürzte Division;
    division sign Teilungszeichen n
    b) Schnitt m
    9. Trenn(ungs)linie f:
    division wall Trennwand f
    10. Grenze f, Grenzlinie f
    11. Abschnitt m, Teil m
    12. Spaltung f, Kluft f, Uneinigkeit f
    13. PARL Br (Abstimmung f durch) Hammelsprung m:
    go into division zur Abstimmung schreiten;
    take a division eine Abstimmung vornehmen;
    upon a division nach Abstimmung;
    division bell Glocke, die die Abgeordneten zur Abstimmung ruft; lobby A 2 b
    14. Abteilung f ( auch UNIV und eines Ministeriums)
    15. JUR Br Kammer f ( des High Court of Justice)
    16. (Verwaltungs-, Gerichts-, Br auch Wahl)Bezirk m
    17. MIL Division f ( auch SCHIFF)
    18. Gruppe f, Klasse f, Kategorie f
    19. BIOL (Unter)Gruppe f, (Unter)Abteilung f
    20. SPORT
    a) Liga f, Spielklasse f
    b) (Boxen etc) (Gewichts) Klasse f
    21. a) Fachgruppe f (der Industrie)
    b) Industriezweig m
    div. abk
    2. WIRTSCH dividend
    4. MATH divisor
    * * *
    noun
    1) see divide 1. 1): Teilung/Auf-/Ein-/Zerteilung, die
    2) (parting) (of things) Abtrennung, die; (of persons) Trennung, die; (marking off) Abgrenzung, die
    3) (distinguishing) Unterscheidung, die; Abgrenzung, die ( from gegenüber)
    4) (distributing) Verteilung, die (between/among an + Akk.); (sharing) Teilen, das
    5) (disagreement) Unstimmigkeit, die
    6) (Math.) Teilen, das; Dividieren, das; Division, die (fachspr.)

    short divisionverkürzte Division (ohne Aufschreiben der Zwischenprodukte)

    7) (separation in voting) Abstimmung [durch Hammelsprung]
    8) (part) Unterteilung, die; Abschnitt, der
    9) (section) Abteilung, die; (group) Gruppe, die; (Mil. etc.) Division, die; (of police) Einheit, die
    10) (Footb. etc.) Liga, die; Spielklasse, die; (in British football) Division, die
    * * *
    (military) n.
    Abteilung (Militär) f. (professional sport) n.
    Liga Ligen f. n.
    Abteilung f.
    Division -en f.
    Einteilung f.
    Skalenteilung f.
    Spaltung -en f.
    Teilung -en f.
    Trennung -en f.

    English-german dictionary > division

  • 4 partition

    [pə'tiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) skillevæg
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) deling
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) opdele
    * * *
    [pə'tiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) skillevæg
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) deling
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) opdele

    English-Danish dictionary > partition

  • 5 partition

    [pə'tiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) skipting, skilveggjur, þil
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) skipting
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) skipta, deila; stúka niður

    English-Icelandic dictionary > partition

  • 6 partition

    szétválasztás, válaszfal, elkülönítés, felosztás to partition: szétoszt, szétválaszt
    * * *
    [pə'tiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) válaszfal
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) szétválasztás
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) szétválaszt

    English-Hungarian dictionary > partition

  • 7 partition

    [pə'tiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) divisória
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) divisão
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) dividir
    * * *
    par.ti.tion
    [pa:t'iʃən] n 1 partição, divisão, separação. 2 tabique, parede-meia. 3 seção, parte. 4 partilha, repartição. • vt 1 dividir, separar. 2 repartir, partilhar. to partition off separar com tabiques.

    English-Portuguese dictionary > partition

  • 8 partition

    n. bölme, ayırma, taksim etme
    ————————
    v. bölmek, parçalara ayırmak, ayırmak
    * * *
    1. kısımlara ayır (v.) 2. kısımlara ayırma (n.) 3. paylaştır (v.) 4. paylaştırma (n.)
    * * *
    [pə'tiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) bölme
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) bölünme, parçalanma
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) bölme ile ayırmak

    English-Turkish dictionary > partition

  • 9 partition

    [pə'tiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) pregrada
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) delitev
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) predeliti
    * * *
    I [pa:tíšən]
    noun
    delitev, ločitev, pregrada, oddelek, vmesni zid, požarni zid; juridically delitev (dedilčine)
    II [pa:tíšən]
    transitive verb
    razdeliti na kose, razkosati, oddeliti, pregraditi; juridically razdeliti dediščino

    English-Slovenian dictionary > partition

  • 10 partition

    • osittelu
    • ositus
    • osittaminen (tilan)
    • osio
    mathematics
    • osittaa
    • jakaa
    • jakaa partitioihin
    • jako
    • jakaja
    • jakaminen
    • jyvitys
    • väliseinä
    • jäähyväiset
    • halkominen
    • partitioida
    • partitio
    • lokero
    • lohkoa
    * * *
    pə'tiʃən 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) väliseinä, särmi
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) jako
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) jakaa

    English-Finnish dictionary > partition

  • 11 partition

    I [pɑː'tɪʃn]
    1) (in room, house) parete f. divisoria, tramezzo m.
    2) pol. (of country) divisione f., spartizione f.
    3) dir. (of property) divisione f., ripartizione f.
    II [pɑː'tɪʃn]
    2) pol. dividere, spartire [ country]
    3) dir. dividere, ripartire [ property]
    * * *
    [pə'tiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) tramezzo, parete divisoria
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) spartizione, divisione
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) dividere (in parti)
    * * *
    partition /pɑ:ˈtɪʃn/
    n. [cu]
    1 partizione; ripartizione; spartizione: the partition of India, la spartizione dell'India
    2 sezione; scomparto
    3 (edil. = partition wall) parete divisoria; tramezzo: a folding partition, una parete a soffietto
    5 (comput.) partizione
    ● (polit.) the partition of power, la divisione dei poteri.
    (to) partition /pɑ:ˈtɪʃn/
    v. t.
    1 dividere in parti; ripartire; spartire
    3 (comput.) partizionare
    to partition off a room, tramezzare una stanza.
    * * *
    I [pɑː'tɪʃn]
    1) (in room, house) parete f. divisoria, tramezzo m.
    2) pol. (of country) divisione f., spartizione f.
    3) dir. (of property) divisione f., ripartizione f.
    II [pɑː'tɪʃn]
    2) pol. dividere, spartire [ country]
    3) dir. dividere, ripartire [ property]

    English-Italian dictionary > partition

  • 12 partition

    1. noun
    1) (Polit.) Teilung, die
    2) (room divider) Trennwand, die
    3) (section of hall or library) Abteilung, die; Bereich, der
    2. transitive verb
    1) (divide) aufteilen [Land, Zimmer]
    2) (Polit.) teilen [Land]
    Phrasal Verbs:
    - academic2.ru/89849/partition_off">partition off
    * * *
    [pə'tiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) die Trennwand
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) die Teilung
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) teilen
    * * *
    par·ti·tion
    [pɑ:ˈtɪʃən, AM pɑ:rˈ-]
    I. n
    1. no pl POL Teilung f
    2. (structure) Trennwand f, Raumteiler m
    3. COMPUT (part of hard disk) Partition f
    4. LAW Grundstückstellung f, Parifizierung f ÖSTERR
    5. CHEM
    \partition chromatography no pl Verteilungschromatografie f
    \partition law Verteilungsgesetz nt
    II. vt
    1. POL
    to \partition sth etw [auf]teilen
    to \partition a country ein Land teilen
    to \partition sth etw [unter]teilen
    to \partition a room ein Zimmer aufteilen
    3. COMPUT (divide disk)
    to \partition sth etw partitionieren
    * * *
    [pAː'tISən]
    1. n
    1) Teilung f
    2) (= wall) Trennwand f
    3) (= section) Abteilung f
    4) (COMPUT) Partition f
    2. vt
    1) country teilen, spalten; room aufteilen
    2) (COMPUT) partitionieren
    * * *
    partition [pɑː(r)ˈtıʃn]
    A s
    1. (Ver-, Auf)Teilung f:
    the first partition of Poland die erste Teilung Polens
    2. JUR (Erb)Auseinandersetzung f
    3. Trennung f, Absonderung f
    4. Scheide-, Querwand f, Fach n (im Schrank etc):
    partition wall Trennwand;
    wall of partition fig Trennungslinie f
    5. ARCH (Bretter)Verschlag m
    B v/t
    1. (ver-, auf)teilen
    2. JUR eine Erbschaft auseinandersetzen
    3. partition off abteilen, abtrennen
    * * *
    1. noun
    1) (Polit.) Teilung, die
    2) (room divider) Trennwand, die
    3) (section of hall or library) Abteilung, die; Bereich, der
    2. transitive verb
    1) (divide) aufteilen [Land, Zimmer]
    2) (Polit.) teilen [Land]
    Phrasal Verbs:
    * * *
    n.
    Abteil -ungen n.
    Partition f.
    Partitionierung f.
    Teil m.,n.
    Teilbereich m.
    Teilung -en (Mathematik) f.
    Teilung -en f.
    Trennwand f.
    Untergliederung f.
    Zwischenwand f.

    English-german dictionary > partition

  • 13 partition

    [pɑː'tɪʃən] 1. n
    (wall, screen) przepierzenie nt; ( of country) podział m; ( among foreign powers) rozbiór m
    2. vt
    * * *
    [pə'tiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) przegroda, ścianka
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) rozbiór
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) oddzielić

    English-Polish dictionary > partition

  • 14 partition

    [pə'tiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) šķērssiena
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) sadalīšana
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) sadalīt; atdalīt
    * * *
    nodalīšana, sadalīšana, atdalīšana; šķērssiena; nodalījums; nodalīt, atdalīt, sadalīt

    English-Latvian dictionary > partition

  • 15 partition

    [pə'tiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) pertvara, sienelė
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) padalijimas, suskaldymas
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) atitverti, perdalyti

    English-Lithuanian dictionary > partition

  • 16 partition

    n. delning; avdelning; skiljevägg; dela; avskilja; en del av lagringsenheten på en hårddisk (data)
    --------
    v. dela; avdela, avskilja
    * * *
    [pə'tiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) skiljevägg
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) delning
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) dela []

    English-Swedish dictionary > partition

  • 17 partition

    [pə'tiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) přepážka
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) rozdělení
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) rozdělit, přepažit
    * * *
    • příčka
    • rozdělení
    • sekce
    • segment
    • oddíl

    English-Czech dictionary > partition

  • 18 partition

    [pə'tiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) priečka
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) rozdelenie
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) rozdeliť, prehradiť
    * * *
    • úsek
    • cast
    • rozklad
    • rozdelenie
    • partícia

    English-Slovak dictionary > partition

  • 19 the staff of life

    bibl lit хлеб насущный

    The dough was kneaded in long rolls, each a literal ‘staff of life’, and left to rise before being divided into sections for baking.

    Bread is the staff of life, which is why we only use the finest organic flour to make ours.

    Англо-русский словарь идиом и фразовых глаголов > the staff of life

  • 20 partition

    [pə'tiʃən] 1. noun
    1) (something that divides, eg a light, often temporary, wall between rooms: The office was divided in two by a wooden partition.) perete/geam despăr­ţitor
    2) (the act of dividing; the state of being divided: the partition of India.) împărţire, separare
    2. verb
    (to divide: They partitioned the room (off) with a curtain.) a împărţi

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