Kultur-

Übersetzungen

Kul|tur-

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Kul|tur|ab|kom|men
Kul|tur|an|ge|bot
ntprogramme (Brit) → or program (US) → of cultural events, cultural scene; Münchens vielfältiges Kultur-Munich’s rich and varied cultural life
Kul|tur|an|thro|po|lo|gie
Kul|tur|ar|beit
Kul|tur|at|ta|ché(e)
Kul|tur|aus|tausch
Kul|tur|au|to|no|mie
findependence in cultural (and educational) matters
Kul|tur|ba|nau|se
m, Kul|tur|ba|nau|sin
f (inf)philistine
kul|tur|be|flis|sen
adj (geh)(very) culturally-minded; sie ist sehr Kultur-she’s a real culture vulture (inf)
Kul|tur|bei|la|ge
Kul|tur|be|trieb
m (inf)culture industry
Kul|tur|beu|tel
msponge or toilet bag (Brit), → washbag, cosmetic case (US)
Kul|tur|bo|den
Kul|tur|denk|mal

Kul|tur-

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Kul|tur|er|be
ntcultural heritage
Kul|tur|film
Kul|tur|fö|de|ra|lis|mus
Kul|tur|för|de|rung
f(state) promotion of the arts
Kul|tur|geo|gra|fie ?, Kul|tur|geo|gra|phie
Kul|tur|ge|schich|te
fhistory of civilization; Sozial- und Kultur- der Etruskersocial and cultural history of the Etruscans
kul|tur|ge|schicht|lich
adjhistorico-cultural, concerning the history of civilization
adv eine Kultur- interessante Äraan era interesting from a cultural and historical point of view;
Kul|tur|gut
ntcultural possessions plor assets pl
Kul|tur|haupt|stadt
fcultural capital; Kultur- Europas, Europäische Kultur-European City of Culture
kul|tur|his|to|risch
adj, adv = kulturgeschichtlich
Kul|tur|ho|heit
Kul|tur|in|dust|rie
Kul|tur|kampf
m, no plcultural war; (Hist) → Kulturkampf (struggle between Church and State 1872-1887)
Kul|tur|kon|sum
Kul|tur|kreis
mculture group or area
Kul|tur|kri|tik
fcritique of (our) civilization or culture
Kul|tur|land
Kul|tur|land|schaft
fland developed and cultivated by man; (fig)cultural landscape
Kul|tur|le|ben
ntcultural life
kul|tur|los
adjlacking culture; Mensch auchuncultured
Kul|tur|lo|sig|keit
f <->, no pllack of culture
Kul|tur|mi|nis|ter(in)
m(f)minister of education and the arts
Kul|tur|mi|nis|te|ri|um
ntministry of education and the arts
Kul|tur|na|ti|on
fcultural nation, nation with a great cultural hisory
Kul|tur|pa|last
m (esp DDR) → palace of culture or the arts; (pej)cultured extravagance
Kul|tur|pes|si|mis|mus
Kul|tur|pflan|ze
Kul|tur|po|li|tik
Kul|tur|po|li|ti|ker(in)
m(f)politician who concerns himself mainly with cultural and educational policies
kul|tur|po|li|tisch
adjpolitico-cultural; Kultur-e Fragenmatters with both a cultural and a political aspect
advfrom a politico-cultural point of view; Kultur- bedeutsame Vorschlägepropositions that are significant from both a cultural and a political point of view
Kul|tur|psy|cho|lo|gie
Kul|tur|raum
mcultural area; im südostasiatischen Kultur-in the Southeast Asian cultural area
Kul|tur|re|fe|rat
nt (einer Gemeinde, Stadt etc)cultural affairs department
Kul|tur|re|vo|lu|ti|on
Kul|tur|schaf|fen|de(r)
mf decl as adjcreative artist
Kul|tur|scha|le
Kul|tur|schan|de
fcrime against civilization, cultural outrage; (fig inf)insult to good taste, offence (Brit) → or offense (US) → against good taste
Kul|tur|schock
Kul|tur|so|zio|lo|gie
kul|tur|so|zio|lo|gisch
adjsocio-cultural
adv betrachtenfrom a sociological and cultural or socio-cultural viewpoint
Kul|tur|spra|che
flanguage of the civilized world
Kul|tur|stät|te
Kul|tur|step|pe
f (Geog) → cultivated steppe
Kul|tur|stu|fe
Kul|tur|teil
m (von Zeitung)arts section
Kul|tur|trä|ger(in)
Kul|tur|volk
ntcivilized people singor nation
Kul|tur|wan|del
Kul|tur|wis|sen|schaft
fstudy of civilization; Kultur-encultural studies
Kul|tur|zent|rum
nt
(= Stadt)centre (Brit) → or center (US) → of cultural life, cultural centre (Brit) → or center (US)
(= Anlage)arts centre (Brit) → or center (US)