Support LEO:

LEOs Zusatzinformationen: to exercise sth. - etw. ausüben


to exercise sth.


Definition (britisch)

Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

Merriam Webster

Thesaurus, Synonyme, Antonyme

Merriam Webster


Online Etymology Dictionary

etw. ausüben




Forum discussions containing the search term

exercisable/exercise - ausfürbar/ausübenLast post 26 Oct 03, 17:08
Katalog' f. Firmenübernahmen/Neueintragungen exercise in einem Wirtschaftstext - dazu hab i…2 Replies
to exercise force - Zwang ausübenLast post 24 Feb 04, 19:10
Es geht mir bewußt um zwang und nicht um "to put on pressure".. hat jemand einen guten vorsc…4 Replies
exerciseLast post 07 Feb 11, 17:31
Hello, It would be nice if you could help me with the correction of the sentences. Gruß Ja…4 Replies
to exercise legislative power - die gesetzgebende Gewalt ausübenLast post 14 Jun 04, 15:57 The prince and a Counci…2 Replies
etablieren, ausüben, zyklisch verlaufen - establish, exercise, form a cycleLast post 02 Dec 06, 17:50
1. Competition analysis can be established as a helpful tool in the decision making process.…1 Replies
Paraphrasing Exercise Last post 16 Jan 16, 21:28
Hello guys,I'm practising to paraphrase sentences by my own words. Could you please correct …4 Replies
Exercise threadLast post 06 Feb 11, 17:36
I have an idea for a language exercise thread ... hope the explanation's not too complicated…162 Replies
to take exercise - sich Bewegung machenLast post 09 Mar 07, 18:18
sich (im Freien) bewegen Freiübungen machen1 Replies
discharge - ausübenLast post 17 Nov 14, 20:27
Cambridge Dictionary: perform: If the authority is to discharge its legal duty to house the …6 Replies
exercise science - BewegungswissenschaftLast post 22 Apr 10, 01:31…0 Replies

Aus dem Umfeld des Eintrags

LEO uses cookies in order to facilitate the fastest possible website experience with the most functions. In some cases cookies from third parties are also used. For further information about this subject please refer to the information under  Leo’s Terms of use / Data protection (Cookies)
  • Pinyin
  • Keyboard
  • Special characters
LEO: Additional information
LEO: Conjugation/declension table

You need to be logged in to start a new thread. Registration and participation are free!

You can search the forum without needing to register.

You need to be logged in to use the vocabulary trainer. Registration and use of the trainer are free of charge

Recent lookups (click on a word to display the dictionary results again):
#Search term(s)