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Detailübersetzungen für specialism (Englisch) ins Französisch


specialism [the ~] Nomen

  1. the specialism
    la spécialisation; le domaine professionnel; la spécialité; la branche; la discipline; l'ordre

Übersetzung Matrix für specialism:

NounVerwandte ÜbersetzungenWeitere Übersetzungen
branche specialism bough; bough of a tree; branch; branch of a tree; branch of industry; brigade; department; detachment; division; economic sector; element; elementary component; fundamental ingredient; ingredient; limb; line of business; offshoot; offspring; parliamentary party; part; portion; principle ingredient; progeny; scion; section; sector of industry; segment; share; shoot; side-branch; spray; sprig; stick; tendril; twig; ward
discipline specialism branch; by-law; decision; defining; determination; discipline; field of study; fixing; limb; order; ordinance; regularity; regulation; regulations; rules; science discipline; sprig; subject; submission; twig
domaine professionnel specialism
ordre specialism arrangement; assignment; building; civility; class; classification; command; construction; cue; decency; disposition; faultlessness; hierarchy; impeccability; instruction; irreprochability; joy; level; light-heartedness; marshalling; merriment; mirth; motto; neatness; order; order of rank; orderliness; parole; perfection; pleasure; position; propriety; purity; ranging; rank; regularity; respectability; sequence; shibboleth; social class; social group; social position; soundness; spotlessness; stainlessness; succession; tidiness
spécialisation specialism field of study; special area; specialisation; specialization; subject
spécialité specialism specialty
- specialisation; speciality; specialization; specialty
Not SpecifiedVerwandte ÜbersetzungenWeitere Übersetzungen
branche branch; branch element; conditional branch

Verwandte Wörter für "specialism":

  • specialisms

Synonyms for "specialism":

Verwandte Definitionen für "specialism":

  1. the special line of work you have adopted as your career1
  2. the concentration of your efforts on a particular field of study or occupation1