garner – der Getreidespeicher
to garner – sammeln
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this searing and brilliant film garnered ten Academy Award nominations ...
Like Olympus ... Pentax took a stab at the pro market ... Both compan[ies] garnered loyal followings but neither were able to seriously challenge Nikon and Canon for the hearts and minds (and wallets) of the pro market.
Siehe auch: to garner - erhalten
CFDs (contract for difference) are cash settled derivatives ... CFDs have garnered a huge following and for many are the instrument of choice when it comes to leveraged market participation.
Siehe auch: to garner
It's your job as a fundraiser to drum up / garner support for our organisation.
Siehe auch: drum up/ garner support
garnered a position at the highly respected Lucent Labs ...
garnered a position on the third team ...
garnered a position as transportation secretary ...
#4 dude q.e.p.d.
Siehe auch: sich etw. verschaffen - #4
garner – 1: to gather into storage
b: to deposit as if in a granary
volumes in which he has garnered the fruits of his lifetime labors — Reinhold Niebuhr
2 a: to acquire by effort: EARN
garnered much praise for his fundraising
b: ACCUMULATE, COLLECT
garner – ... 2. To acquire or amass: garner awards. See synonyms at reap.
garner – (formal) (UK) to collect something, usually after much work or with difficulty:
Coppola garnered several Oscar awards for "The Godfather". ...
garner – (US) to get or earn something valuable or respected, often with difficulty ...
From the Cambridge English Corpus ...
• Instead, it garnered "reflexive" opinions through anonymous written surveys.
• Because of this threat, the incumbent spends more but the spendthrift incumbent will fail to garner votes effectively.
• In the area under investigation, the opposition garnered between 63% and 84% of the votes that were cast and valid, according to the ballot bureaus.
• In practice, of course, this funding mechanism cannot guarantee expenditure control: politicians may, in certain parts of the electoral cycle, manipulate expenditure to garner votes.
• As we grow older, each of us garners these complexities in individually inflected ways, as our critical and imaginative store.
• Extreme theses and antitheses garner more attention, increase citation rates, and sell books.
• Of course, leaders may be able to garner corrupt rents under plurality rule as well.
• Meanwhile, double doses of attention are garnered from the attending physician, who must assess the patient herself while also addressing the medical student's assessment.
• When it proposes a bill, no counterproposals can garner a majority support.
• Even now, cetaceans retain much of the mythic symbolism they have garnered over the last few decades.
• The terms "bioethics" and "bioethicists" have generally garnered the greatest allegiance because of their open-endedness and flexibility.
• On the other hand, the managerial power perspective does garner some empirical support in the financial economics literature on executive compensation.
• The guerrilla movements' own political understanding of the situation is that they enjoy support – or that they can garner it, with sufficient political work.
• The survey was conducted in mid-1996, and garnered a total of 999 positive responses (a response rate of 61 per cent).
garner – to collect or obtain a large amount of something useful or important
His lawyer has garnered considerable evidence in his defence.
garner something – to obtain or collect something such as information, support, etc.
SYNONYM gather, acquire
All the information that we garnered has been kept on file.
• Many coronavirus vaccine stocks have garnered interest over the last few months.
• Broncos star cover man Chris Harris has already garnered interest from multiple teams ...
• Van Heerden says they've garnered interest from around the world, including from the Middle East because their model of insurance has the potential to work within sharia law.
• Dheeraj Singh, Indian U-17 football team's goalkeeper at the FIFA U-17 World Cup, has garnered interest from the likes of Scottish Premier League outfit Motherwell FC ...
• Bitcoin performance this year has garnered interest from mainstream media, but regulatory hurdles have been an issue that the cryptocurrency market has grappled with for years.
• Third-degree burns, which are more severe, still require a skin graft. The spray, already approved for use in some countries, has garnered interest from the United States Army ...