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built-in > intern » antworten
von Drax, 2009-11-04, 01:04  like dislike  Spam?  84.159.247....
context?  #472747
von Lisa4dict, 2009-11-04, 02:05  like dislike  Spam?  99.11.160....
Have you, too, missed this important Windows patch? » antworten
von Proteus, 2009-11-04, 00:44  like dislike  Spam?  91.115.95....
What Windows Autorun Has Wrought

A new report by Microsoft shows that the two most prevalent threats to Windows PCs in the first half of 2009 were malicious programs that have been aided mightily in their spread by a decision by Microsoft to allow the contents of removable media -- such as USB thumb drives -- to load automatically when inserted into Windows machines.
However, this patch does not appear to have been pushed out through Microsoft's Automatic Updates or Windows Update, so if you'd like to install it, you'll need to visit this link and download the appropriate version for your operating system.
Da gibt es doch eine viel bessere Lösung :-)  #472740
von -Rob- (DE), 2009-11-04, 01:05  like dislike  Spam?  
Hallo. » antworten
von lucas21c (UN), Last modified: 2009-11-04, 00:32  like dislike  Spam?  
Dieser Text erzaehlt von "Die Wirkung des Parfuems". Aber Ich kann einen Satz des Text nicht verstehen.
Bitte helfen Sie mir.
Vielen Dank.


Stolz erzaehlt man von Experimenten mit impragnierten T-Shirts, deren Duft viele Waeschen uebersteht, und berichtet begeistert von Mikrokapseln in Gummischuhsohlen, die beim Auftreten feinen Ledergeruch freisetzen.
they proudly boast of experiments with scnet-impregnated t shirts  #472733
von kay, 2009-11-04, 00:45  like dislike  Spam?  87.115.140....
..that withstand many washes (i.e. keep the smell) and report enthusiastically of microcapsules in rubber soles that release the smell of leather when trodden on.
not a desirable effect  #472735
von Lisa4dict, 2009-11-04, 00:51  like dislike  Spam?  99.11.160....
keep the smell > I hope not! (mueffeln weiterhin?)
"retain the scent"
Vielen Dank!  #472736
von lucas21c (UN), 2009-11-04, 00:51  like dislike  Spam?  
Gallantly venturing forth for k'al'ink'a: Some scents are pretty smelly, aren't they?  #472738
von Proteus, 2009-11-04, 01:01  like dislike  Spam?  91.115.95....
wenn die Komiker auf der Bühne früher nix getaugt haben, hat ihnen das Publikum ein-Cent-  #472744
von farhamsafar (NZ), Last modified: 2009-11-04, 01:57  like dislike  Spam?  
Münzen auf die Bühne geworfen.

"Only a skunk throws a scent!" haben die Witzemacher darauf zurück geantwortet.
fragrance  #472749
von Lisa4dict, 2009-11-04, 02:34  like dislike  Spam?  99.11.160....
they enthusiastically tell of microcapsules in rubber soles that emit genuine leather fragrance with every step.
farhamsafar: Für den Witz hätte ich gleich noch nen Cent hinterhergeworfen...  #472805
von Baccalaureus (DE), 2009-11-04, 11:33  like dislike  Spam?  
ja man hat's nicht leicht mit den Späßkens....  #472807
von farhamsafar (NZ), 2009-11-04, 11:38  like dislike  Spam?  
KAV » antworten
von kay, 2009-11-04, 00:25  like dislike  Spam?  87.115.140....
4; Proteus..not KAT :-)
apparetnly Vienna..only? do they have an English version? hospital association gets no googles....
got it...calls itself Viennese hospital assoc.  #472723
von kay, 2009-11-04, 00:28  like dislike  Spam?  87.115.140....
Bingo  #472728
von Proteus, 2009-11-04, 00:33  like dislike  Spam?  91.115.95....
Viennese hospital association (Wiener Krankenanstaltenverbund - KAV) and its hospitals (executive staff, quality managers, environmental officers, medical and nursing staff, doctors- and nurses-in-training)
Have you noticed the drawbacks of modern lettering? E.g. Kim Jong Il » antworten
von Proteus, 2009-11-04, 00:12  like dislike  Spam?  91.115.95....
If one didn't know that the old fruit's name was KIM JONG IL one may just as well read KIM JONG II / THE SECOND.
in print I'd be using sans serif too but i write in times new roman  #472724
von farhamsafar (NZ), 2009-11-04, 00:31  like dislike  Spam?  
German music » antworten
von rokiany (US), 2009-11-04, 00:08  like dislike  Spam?  
Hey all
Whenever I'm learning a new language, I like to go out and found a few albums of music in that language. I find it inspires me to really get into it. Oddly, I don't listen to hip-hop much in English, but a lot now in French and German - maybe because it's easier to understand? Or maybe just because the styles are pretty different from American hip hop.

In any case - can any of you recommend some good, fairly recent music in German (or French). Doesn't have to be hip-hop! :)
me only knows old stuff.. check this out  #472731
von Drax, 2009-11-04, 00:40  like dislike  Spam?  84.159.247....
German: Herbert Grönemeyer, Annett Louisan, Element of Crime  #472742
von Pamplemousse, 2009-11-04, 01:26  like dislike  Spam?  89.217.9...
French: Carla Bruni (even though she is Mrs. Sarkozy ... not bad), Jean-Jacques Goldman, Sens Unik (hip-hop), Vive la fête (f.ex. song Noir Désir)
a hip a hop a hippity hop  #472745
von farhamsafar (NZ), Last modified: 2009-11-04, 02:02  like dislike  Spam?  
~  #472754
von zou (US), Last modified: 2012-10-26, 21:18  like dislike  Spam?  
I recommend "Wir Sind Helden" - No hip-hop at all, hip-hop stinks.  #472791
von Baccalaureus (DE), Last modified: 2009-11-04, 10:58  like dislike  Spam?  
Don't know much about hip-hop...  #472794
von Fiddlesticks (DE), Last modified: 2009-11-04, 11:11  like dislike  Spam?  
Anyway, I'd recommend Gundermann, great lyrics, worth listening to.
E.g. Youtube: 1iIhDzimCAo
Youtube: --RARx_UYRU
Youtube: QSad3zG-nSk
An all-time classic: beyond silly, but it gives you a good start into the day  #472802
von Baccalaureus (DE), 2009-11-04, 11:23  like dislike  Spam?  
I second Bacca‘s fist recommendation!  #472870
von Adina (DE), 2009-11-04, 13:16  like dislike  Spam?  
Some of the best lyrics there are in German pop music.
Youtube: ca4PpqWUITQ (here with an attempt at an English translation)
Youtube: 8EGjFfSmlNY
Youtube: FG_OZ7kUNYs

I don’t know much about hip hop either but in case you like the punk/rock/pop/ska/crazy stuff kind of thing you might want to look at this band:
Lots of very good lyrics there, too, mostly hilariously funny, often in a seemingly just plain daft and childish way but nonetheless very clever and critical. And yes, I’m seriously saying this about a band who like to sing about ex(ploding) girlfriends, burning radios, elephants living in Sweden and masturbation.
LOL, this is what happens when I go away for a day  #473076
von rokiany (US), 2009-11-05, 08:08  like dislike  Spam?  
Thanks for all the great recommendations! I will check them all out! :D :D :D
~ Information ~  #473141
von Nachteule (GB), Last modified: 2009-11-05, 12:15  like dislike  Spam?  
Thanks to Chat and Forum Community ~ Always interesting be had ~ Danke!
Ambulanz-Selbstzahler-Katalog » antworten
von kay, 2009-11-04, 00:01  like dislike  Spam?  87.115.140....
this is extra costs to the hospital in connection with clinical traials in Austria.
not quite sure what the 'selbstzahler' are actually paying for i.e. direct payers of insurance?
?  #472718
von Lisa4dict, 2009-11-04, 00:19  like dislike  Spam?  99.11.160....
A "direct payer" could also be an insurance company or sth. like medicare.  What is meant here is patients paying for their medical bills.  That doesn't mean they have to cover the cost themselves.  (They might get reimbursed by a third party later on.)
Maybe: "ambulance (service) catalog for patients as direct payers"
would work.
Institutional direct payers are likely to get charged different rates.
Im not sure..  #472719
von kay, 2009-11-04, 00:24  like dislike  Spam?  87.115.140....
these are test subjects in clinical trials.
Ambulanz is outpatients isnt it? some test subjects are day patients, others stay overnight,...who pays?
oops  #472730
von Lisa4dict, 2009-11-04, 00:39  like dislike  Spam?  99.11.160....
Yes, I was thinking of the vehicle.  But they probably mean outpatient here. Ambulanz  
"Catalog of outpatient procedures for patients/participants as direct payers"

That would leave open whether the pharmaceutical company is going to reimburse them later or not and makes clear that no institutional direct payer is  involved.
wer ist aus NYC? » antworten
von stuttgart (DE/US), 2009-11-03, 23:52  like dislike  Spam?  
hi alle zusammen,

ich lebe seit kurzem in nyc und besuche seitdem diese seite mehrmals täglich. kann ich eigentlich auch durch diese seite kontakt zu anderen nyc bewohner oder ehemalige besucher aufnehmen?

schöne grüße
[SPAM] #472708
von Drax, 2009-11-03, 23:54  like dislike  84.159.247....
neuversion: wer ist aus NYC  #472717
von stuttgart (DE/US), Last modified: 2009-11-04, 00:26  like dislike  Spam?  
ich versuche es nochmal:

ich lebe seit kurzem in New York. Und ich besuche die Webseite seitdem mehrmals täglich. Ist es möglich, durch diese Seite Kontakt zu anderen NYC- Bewohnern oder ehemalige Besuchern aufzunehmen?

ist es immer noch falsch?
seit Kurzem  #472726
von Drax, 2009-11-04, 00:32  like dislike  Spam?  84.159.247....
es gibt hier ein oder zwei User aus New York, die habens in ihrem Profil stehen. Aber ich weiß grad nicht wer. Guck halt öfter mal vorbei.
aber das wäre der Lackmus-Test: wenn sich spontan 20 Stimmen aus NY melden, DIXIE will have ARRIVED...!  #472729
von farhamsafar (NZ), 2009-11-04, 00:34  like dislike  Spam?  
[SPAM] #472743
von Drax, 2009-11-04, 01:48  like dislike  84.159.247....
that'd be the litmus test, getting a spontaneous reply from 20 new yorkees straight off, means  #472748
von farhamsafar (NZ), Last modified: 2009-11-04, 02:41  like dislike  Spam?  
Dixie'd have arrived

∞ dræxx:
"du bist nichts weiter alsen haushund
ja so ein ausbund vonnem haushund
du bells die ganze sseit
als wärssu nich gescheit
ich frach mich manchma sachma machssu dassen nur ssum sseitvertreib...?"

new version, old song
dank euch für die aufmerksamkeit  #472751
von stuttgart (DE/US), 2009-11-04, 02:59  like dislike  Spam?  
4;drax: danke für den tipp. darauf hätt ich auch selber kommen können. ;)
4;farhamsafar: deine kommentare klingen irgendwie seltsam und helfen mir nicht weiter

ich bleib mal am ball und muss mich wohl auch noch in weiteren foren umschauen, um kontakte zu knüpfen. ein versuch war es wert.

dank euch für die aufmerksamkeit
was heißt seltsam? es wäre spannend, wenn sich spontan VIA DIXIE 20 leute bei Ihnen in  #472753
von farhamsafar (NZ), 2009-11-04, 03:21  like dislike  Spam?  
new york melden würden, aber dazu kann ich Ihnen auch nicht verhelfen; mein kommentar war basically ein "good luck" -- aus weiter ferne. meine kommentare klingen immer seltsam, das hat der dr∀x eben auch schon gesagt.

mich zb interessiert hier nur deutsch&englisch, interessantes vokabular, kontakte mit leuten kann ich nicht bieten;  sorry. kontaktbörse ist sicher gut, aber müssen Sie selber finden...dies ist eher ein übersetzer forum.

(is what *i* thought!)
peculiar usage  #472756
von Lisa4dict, 2009-11-04, 05:05  like dislike  Spam?  99.11.160....
This is what s.o. in the US is thinking of when they hear Dixie:
Paul  #472771
von dee ayar, 2009-11-04, 09:34  like dislike  Spam?  86.128.13....
Is there no way you can stop this kind of comment (below)? I know from corresponding with other contributors just how much damage they have done to the reputation of

du laberst soviel Scheiß, farham..., drück dich doch mal normal aus #472743
by Drax, today, 01:48  Spam?  84.159.247....
dein dahergerotzer Unsinn ist irgendwie deprimierend.
dee ayar  #472773
von Paul (AT), 2009-11-04, 10:10  like dislike  Spam?  
Mehr als die Spam-Funktion im Forum kann ich derzeit nicht anbieten. Wenn Drax so weitermacht, bleibt mir als letzte Option nur mehr, das Forum für unregistrierte Nutzer zu sperren. Es geht mir echt auf die Nerven, ständig Beschwerden über ihn zu bekommen.
lisa, puhleeze, you musta come across my calling this place dixie, but even so, who CARES  #472776
von farhamsafar (NZ), Last modified: 2009-11-04, 13:56  like dislike  Spam?  
what SOME people in the US associate with the term "dixie" -- jim crow and such -- MOST people around the world probably associate it with concepts like dixieland music or what-have-you. half of the songs of a jimmie rodgers or louis armstrong would have to be banned if the word "dixie" could no longer be used. political correctness or whatever it is may be all to the good, but i don't think AMERICA -- a deeply troubled nation itself -- should have the right to dictate the common discourse of everybody else in the world --- nor ought american english really ever to be the measuring stick by which people in europe and the uk should cut their linguistic and conceptual cloth. anyway, just in case somebody in the far distant US should think i was advocating some weird racist duh shtick, i was just playing on the sound of -- this dictionary place here. sorry if it got anyone confused.
Paul: Can't you just ban an IP?  #472792
von Fiddlesticks (DE), 2009-11-04, 10:57  like dislike  Spam?  
Sure, that wouldn't prevent the user to enter dict using other computers but it should substantially reduce the amount of rubbish accumulating.
BTW: I am not suggesting that banning anybody from an open language forum like dict is a good option.  However, if a user insists on coming up with inappropriate language/comments I'd consider barring this person's most widely used IP(s) from entering the forum.
Alternatively, a button could be installed to indicate that a comment is substandard. Then, at least, users with limited command of either GER or EN could see that a post contains substandard language.
Yes, this is done automatically when using the spam feature.  #472795
von Paul (AT), 2009-11-04, 11:10  like dislike  Spam?  
Unfortunately, banning a single IP address doesn't help much for very stubborn users. In this case I would have to ban a considerably large IP range from one of Germany's major internet providers (possibly banning innocent users). Still, it would continue to be a game of cat and mouse.

Regarding a substandard language button: I guess the spam link already does this. It gets red as soon as one person used it to notify others (three registered votes are needed to hide the posting and block the IP).
Well, the spam link does the job - sort of...  #472900
von Fiddlesticks (DE), 2009-11-04, 14:14  like dislike  Spam?  
However, not all substandard posts are spam, not even Dr Drax's. Though, on second thoughts...
Anyway, some contain useful suggestions. After all, EN and GER are 'big' languages with abundant coll./sl. expressions. The dictionary tags such entries accordingly. Why not let the users of dict tag posts? If, say, two or three users tag a post an icon could show (e.g. 'substandard'/'ungrammatical'/'slang'/'vulgar' etc.) preventing less experienced dict-heads from using such suggestions in inappropriate circumstances...
With such a tag option, we wouldn't 'have to' spam a post just because it contains e.g. incorrect spelling and would install a 'quality control board' without cencorship.
The above doesn't help with mean and embarrassing posts aimed at hurting fellow dict users, though. Perhaps we should use the spam button more frequently if such cases occur.
I always try to keep things simple.  #472906
von Paul (AT), 2009-11-04, 14:23  like dislike  Spam?  
If there would be different tagging options this might lead to confusion regarding when to use which feature. That's why I'd like to stick with the spam flag for the time being.
~  #473065
von zou (US), Last modified: 2012-10-26, 21:15  like dislike  Spam?  
Koennten Sie mir helfen? » antworten
von lucas21c (UN), Last modified: 2009-11-04, 00:17  like dislike  Spam?  
XXX Stasse besteht ueber dort. /  XXX Strasse ist ueber dort.

Ich moecht wissen, ob diese Saetze gehen oder nicht.
Bitte gucken Sie das an.
Nein, die gehen beide nicht. Was soll das denn heißen?  #472705
von Baccalaureus (DE), 2009-11-03, 23:50  like dislike  Spam?  
Möchtest du vielleicht sagen: "Die XXX-Straße ist dort drüben."?  #472710
von Adina (DE), 2009-11-03, 23:58  like dislike  Spam?  
over there  #472712
von Lisa4dict, 2009-11-04, 00:03  like dislike  Spam?  99.11.160....
EN? I think you might be looking for EN>DE.
look at over there
XXX street is over there.  #472714
von lucas21c (UN), Last modified: 2009-11-04, 00:18  like dislike  Spam?  
Wie kann man das auf Deutsch sprechen?
Bitte antworten Sie mir.
s.o.  #472721
von Lisa4dict, 2009-11-04, 00:27  like dislike  Spam?  99.11.160....
Either use / Entweder
"Die XXX-Straße ist dort drüben."
     as Adina suggested above. / wie von Adina vorgeschlagen. or /oder
click the link i provided above for the dict entry / das link oben anklicken, um zum dict Eintrag zu kommen.
Vielen Dank. Nun verstehe ich das.  #472725
von lucas21c (UN), 2009-11-04, 00:31  like dislike  Spam?  
peculiarities of the English language » antworten
von Drax, 2009-11-03, 21:22  like dislike  Spam?  84.159.210...
Why is it that you "round a number" (up or down), but after having done that you have a "round-off error"? Where is the logic behind this? Thanks.
round-off error:  #472693
von dee ayar, 2009-11-03, 22:26  like dislike  Spam?  86.128.13....
The error accumulated during a calculation due to rounding intermediate results. (the magic word is "accumulated")
Es gibt mehr als einen Weg, eine Katze zu häuten.  #472699
von mwk (US), Last modified: 2009-11-03, 23:33  like dislike  Spam?  
Sorry old chap, but your question assumes incorrectly that 'round a number' is the only way to express that action. If, for example, one would have paired the perfectly acceptable 'round off a number' with 'round-off error,' one would have achieved perfect linguistic harmony. What you are questioning is no more than a slight stylistic inconsistency. It's not at all a peculiarity of the English language.
now I is a bit confused, coz d says that 'round off error' is used only when accumulated errors occur  #472707
von Drax, 2009-11-03, 23:52  like dislike  Spam?  84.159.247....
whereas you is saying that there isn't a difference between 'round off' and 'round'. Problem is, if you 'round off a number', you don't know if it is rounded up or rounded down, does you? So it's not that simple to replace 'round' by 'round off' just like that. And if it were, where would be the benefit of doing that? To call it just 'rounding error' without the 'off' would seem more reasonable in my view.

But anyways, thank you for your kind answers.
Drax,  #472716
von mwk (US), 2009-11-04, 00:14  like dislike  Spam?  
Correct, neither 'round off' nor 'round' indicate up or down. The terms are used (or should be used) when the direction of the rounding isn't important to the understanding of the text. (The term 'accumulated errors' also does not indicate up or down).
Your point about calling the error in question 'rounding error' is well taken. In fact, that's precisely what many people (most of them much smarter than I am) call it instead of 'round-off error.'
ok, mwk, danke!  #472727
von Drax, 2009-11-04, 00:33  like dislike  Spam?  84.159.247....
rounding  #472734
von Lisa4dict, 2009-11-04, 00:45  like dislike  Spam?  99.11.160....
While we're here:  We don't really have a term for "kaufmännisches runden" in English, do we?  How do you handle this - put an explanation in brakcets or just say "rounded" and ignore the details?
Lisa: it's called ...  #472737
von Drax, 2009-11-04, 00:56  like dislike  Spam?  84.159.247....
previous discussion on rounding: #430703  #472741
von mwk (US), 2009-11-04, 01:11  like dislike  Spam?  
?  #472746
von Lisa4dict, 2009-11-04, 02:05  like dislike  Spam?  99.11.160....
Wikipedia(DE): Rundung
"round to nearest integer" I would understand as rounding to a number without any fractional component (i.e. integer)
"round to nearest" (implying 2 digits following the dot)  is what I meant with ignoring the details I mentioned above.  AFAIK and the wikipedia article says the difference it that the German system doesn't consider the entire string for tie-breaker resolution, but rather defines rounding up or down by the third fractional digit.
Or am I missing something?
nix rounding in german, if the invoice says  Euro 967.76 -- that's what you ask for, not 968, not anything else  #472752
von farhamsafar (NZ), 2009-11-04, 03:04  like dislike  Spam?  
not invoices  #472759
von Lisa4dict, 2009-11-04, 07:44  like dislike  Spam?  99.11.160....
... but if you own hundred thousand shares that are each cut to 1/9 of a pot of money in a merger the rounding method can make a difference in your purse.
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