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discrete thinking


Definition (britisch)

discrete, thinking
Macmillan Dictionary

Definition (amerikanisch)

discrete, thinking
Merriam Webster

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discrete, thinking
Merriam Webster


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eigenständiges Denken




Das Substantiv

Englische Grammatik

Das Substantiv (Hauptwort, Namenwort) dient zur Benennung von Menschen, Tieren, Sachen u. Ä. Substantive können mit einem Artikel (Geschlechtswort) und i. A. im Singular (Einzahl) und Plural (Mehrzahl) auftreten.

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discrete - diskretLast post 16 Aug 09, 16:03
the accurate translation for diskret would be discreet, as given in LEO. discrete is a false…6 Replies
complexes denken - complexly thinkingLast post 21 Apr 09, 10:31
Kann man komplex auch als Adverb verwenden?5 Replies
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separate - eigenständigLast post 16 Mar 11, 03:54
Should it be deemed necessary to have a separate translation in a specific language layer, p…1 Replies
Thinking.....Last post 25 Jul 06, 09:53
Which of these is correct & when do I use them? Examples please. --> I think. --> I thi3 Replies
DiscreteLast post 05 Dec 10, 18:07
In diesen Beispielen wird "Discrete" im englischen Original als Substantiv gebraucht: Would …8 Replies
discreteLast post 04 Nov 07, 20:04
This variable is too discrete to approximate with a continuous analysis. wird hier discrete…2 Replies
discrete parts manufacturing - StückgutfertigungLast post 01 Feb 07, 11:40
Quelle: Günther, H.O.; van Beek, P. (eds)(2003): Advanced Planning and Scheduling Solutions …0 Replies
Unterrichtsfach Critical ThinkingLast post 18 Jul 09, 16:55
Ich habe kürzlich gehört, dass es in England das Unterrichtsfach "Critical Thinking" gibt. D…2 Replies
Language and thinkingLast post 30 Oct 08, 16:50
Hi all, I've read a few articles and books on language that have got me thinking ... do you…59 Replies
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