vārdnīca vācu - angļu

Deutsch - English

achten angļu valodā:

1. to pay attention to pay attention

I have to pay attention during lectures.

Angļu vārds "achten"(to pay attention) notiek komplektos:

Vocabulary 2

2. respect respect

Respect yourself.
Who can read the heroic deeds of brave men without a feeling of respect and admiration?
If you don't start treating people with a little more respect, people may start avoiding you like the plague.
Tom doesn't respect Mary / Tom is one of the most respected men in the business world
There must be a sustained effort to listen to each other; to learn from each other; to respect one another; and to seek common ground.
If you want to be respected by others the great thing is to respect yourself. Only by that, only by self-respect will you compel others to respect you.
This is the day on which the Constitution's fundamental spirit, the sovereignty of the people, respect for fundamental human rights, and pacifism, are all reaffirmed.
In America elderly people are not given the same degree of respect they receive in many other countries.
The very pure spirit does not bother about the regard of others or human respect, but communes inwardly with God, alone and in solitude as to all forms, and with delightful tranquility, for the knowledge of God is received in divine silence.
Once dismissed as an artificial language, Esperanto has gained the respect of a new generation of linguists, as the most successful planned language of all time.
Apart from being unlucky enough to get ALS, I have been fortunate in almost every other respect.
Thieves respect property. They merely wish the property to become their property that they may more perfectly respect it.

Angļu vārds "achten"(respect) notiek komplektos:

meine großte Herausforderung

3. to pay attention to to pay attention to

Angļu vārds "achten"(to pay attention to) notiek komplektos:

Focus magazine 4

4. oh

Oh, sure, I studied English in my school days. But it wasn't until two or three years ago that I really started taking it seriously.
Oh, hush!
Oh? Then, as I expected, I've been around longer than you. This year I'm 20-mumble years old. "What does that tell me?"
Oh my. However much it's just a P.E. class; if you don't face it in real earnest, then when it comes to a real fight it won't do you any good.
You're taking me for an idiot! "Taking you for an idiot? Oh, no! I'd never!"
...Hey...Hey, teacher! "Eh? Oh." "Are you really OK? Shouldn't you cancel the lesson?"
I was just admiring your roses. They're absolutely gorgeous. "Oh, I'm flattered. Thank you."
Ah, the trailing group has arrived. "Oh no. They caught up with us while we were resting."
Today, the milkman was buried. There were a lot of people, cause everybody in the village knew him. "Oh, is there a milkman in Linschoten?" "Well, no, not anymore!"
Didn't you get married!? "Oh, we split up. We broke our engagement."
Oh, if only we could be as shy and timid in our shameful actions as we are in our proper ones!
Hey! It's dangerous to run here. "Eh? ... A-a-Aaah!!" "Oh dear, what did I tell you?"
Eh? Have we run out of toner? Oh well, sorry, but can you go the staff-room and get some, Katou?
Oh, while I remember, it seems that that was a bug that occurs when you use the comment field's 'letter-spacing' tag which adjusts the tracking.
The trouble with "trouble" is that it's sometimes a verb, sometimes a noun, sometimes countable, sometimes not. Oh, well. Trouble troubles me little, and little troubles trouble me not at all.