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English translation of 'vermitteln'

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vermitteln

[fɛɐˈmɪtln ]Word forms: vermittelt past participle
Verb Table transitive verb
to arrange (jdm for sb)
[Stelle, Partner, Privatschüler, Kontakte] to find (jdm for sb)
[Aushilfskräfte, Lehrer etc] to find jobs for
(telecommunications) [Gespräch] to put through
[Hypotheken, Kredite, Geschäfte] to arrange (jdm for sb)
[Gefühl, Bild, Idee, Einblick] to conveyto give (jdm to sb)
[Verständnis] to give (jdm (to) sb)
[Wissen] to impart (jdm to sb)
jdm etw vermitteln to get sth for sb
eine Stelle, die Hotelunterkunft vermittelt an office which finds hotel accommodation
wir vermitteln Geschäftsräume we are agents for business premises
Verb Table intransitive verb
to mediate
vermittelnd eingreifen to intervene
vermittelnde Worte conciliatory words

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Example Sentences Including 'vermitteln'

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- dem Gesprächspartner vermitteln , daß man ihm nicht zutraut, daß er mit Hilfe unserer partnerzentrierten Reaktion allein eine Lösung fur seine Probleme finden wird.
Köllner, Erhard Schwul und selbstbewußt
Dabei habe ich stets versucht, den Mitarbeitern ein ungeschminktes Bild der Wirklichkeit zu vermitteln.
Lucy, Herbert R. Kämpfen - ein Leben lang
Mann lernt nicht, Konflikte rechtzeitig zu erkennen, zu vermitteln , zu lösen.
Die Tageszeitung (1994)
Wir müssen schon im Kindergarten vermitteln , daß man den Anfechtungen und Süchten der modernen Welt auch widerstehen kann.
Der Spiegel
Ziel sei es, der Gesellschaft ein objektives Bild der Lage in der Kaukasusrepublik zu vermitteln , sagte gestern Kommissionsmitglied Pawel Krascheninnikow, Abgeordneter der Union der Rechten Kräfte.
Die Tageszeitung (2000)
ein alter Tennisschläger, der gleich neben dem Fernseher an die Wand genagelt ist und der dem Gästezimmer wohl einen westlich sportlichen Anschein vermitteln soll.
Die Tageszeitung (1997)

Trends of 'vermitteln'

Very Common. vermitteln is one of the 4000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'vermitteln' in Other Languages

British English: arbitrate VERB
When someone in authority arbitrates between two people or groups who are in dispute, they consider all the facts and make an official decision about who is right.
He arbitrates between investors and members of the association.
British English: broker VERB
If a country or government brokers an agreement, a ceasefire, or a round of talks, they try to negotiate or arrange it.
They brokered a peace in the country at the end of March.
British English: convey VERB
To convey information or feelings means to cause them to be known or understood by someone.
When I returned home, I tried to convey the wonder of this machine to my husband.
British English: impart VERB
If you impart information to people, you tell it to them.
The ability to impart knowledge is the essential qualification for teachers.
British English: mediate VERB
If someone mediates between two groups of people, or mediates an agreement between them, they try to settle an argument between them by talking to both groups and trying to find things that they can both agree to.
My mother was the one who mediated between my friend and her mother.
  • American English: mediate
  • Brazilian Portuguese: mediar
  • Chinese: 调解
  • European Spanish: mediar
  • French: servir d'intermédiaire
  • German: vermitteln
  • Italian: mediare
  • Japanese: 仲裁する
  • Korean: 중재하다
  • European Portuguese: mediar
  • Spanish: mediar

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Translation of vermitteln from the Collins German to English
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