German translation of 'abstract'
abstract noun Abstraktum nt
in the abstract abstrakt
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Example Sentences Including 'abstract'
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No, no, my friend, the only reason for you to betray us would be out of the abstract love of justice.
Words could help, yes, but only when death was long past, abstract.THE UNORTHODOX MURDER OF RABBI MOSS
In fact, mathematics could be regarded as a highly abstract, formal language which was merely a part of the universal syntax.THE BROKEN GOD
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'abstract' in Other Languages
British English: abstract /ˈæbstrækt/ ADJECTIVE
An abstract idea or way of thinking is based on general ideas rather than on real things and events.
...abstract principles such as justice.
- American English: abstract
- Arabic: نَظَرِيّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: abstrato
- Chinese: 抽象的
- Croatian: apstraktan
- Czech: abstraktní
- Danish: abstrakt
- Dutch: abstract
- European Spanish: abstracto
- Finnish: abstrakti
- French: abstrait
- German: abstrakt
- Greek: θεωρητικός
- Italian: astratto
- Japanese: 抽象的な
- Korean: 추상적인
- Norwegian: abstrakt
- Polish: abstrakcyjny
- European Portuguese: abstracto
- Romanian: abstract
- Russian: абстрактный
- Spanish: abstracto
- Swedish: abstrakt diffus
- Thai: ที่เป็นนามธรรม
- Turkish: soyut
- Ukrainian: абстрактний
- Vietnamese: trừu tượng
British English: abstract NOUN
An abstract is an abstract work of art.
His abstracts are held in numerous collections.
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