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man-machine
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machine apprentice - Maschinen....Last post 04 Apr 06, 14:20
http://www.occupationalinfo.org/67/673382022.html1 Replies
Mensch -- man/humanLast post 26 May 14, 13:40
In an acadamic/biologic context, is it better to translate "Mensch" as "man" or as "human"? …6 Replies
produktiver Maschinen - production machines/machine toolsLast post 24 Oct 07, 12:28
Voraussetzung für den wirtschaftlichen Bau und Betrieb produktiver Maschinen ist ihre mechat…3 Replies
Das Summen der Maschinen - The Machine HumLast post 15 Jun 14, 23:04
This is supposed to be a title for an article. I wondered if this is a correct and good tran…1 Replies
Mensch = man (excludes women)?Last post 25 Mar 08, 23:32
In English, the word "man" has two meanings: (1) male person, and (2) person, or human being…45 Replies
Jeopardy: Mensch gegen MaschineLast post 16 Feb 11, 15:31
Hier ein kleiner Programmhinweis: Heute abend (bzw. eigentlich heute Nacht fuer Europa) trit…11 Replies
man - Mensch - maskulin? - hisLast post 10 Jun 10, 03:02
man subdued his own kind man subdued its own kind wenn ich "man" nicht im Sinne von "Mann" s…2 Replies
Uebersetzungswettbewerb: Mensch vs MaschineLast post 22 Feb 17, 17:44
Wir hatten in der Vergangenheit schon mehrfach heftige Diskussionen ueber Uebersetzungsautom…13 Replies
mensch - humaner MenschLast post 07 Jan 10, 12:29
One of the amazing things about language is how words from one culture can seamlessly mesh w…1 Replies
Mensch und MaschineLast post 05 Jun 08, 14:12
Dienstbereitschaft (Person, Maschine) sicherstellen, Bereitschaftsplan stammt aus einer sti…1 Replies
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