meaning of Aufnahme

Aufnahme - German to English

induction (to)

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  • consumption
  • purchase
  • absorption
  • admission on probation
  • high-angle shot
  • commencement of company
  • market acceptance
  • drawing up associated with mins
  • entry by investment
  • breathing uptake
  • acceptance of a document
  • entry of someone
  • entry of a member
  • entry of a new partner
  • entry of someone
  • exposure
  • admission toward hospital
  • hospitalization [admission]
  • admission to a club
  • admission into the society
  • admission within hospital [Am.]
  • reception into a society
  • admission in / into hospital
  • hospitalization [admission]
  • taking out fully lasting financial loans
  • presumption (of Mary)
  • imaging of heavy metallic structures
  • receipt of optical information
  • photo
  • image
  • picture
  • record
  • sitting
  • seat
  • shot
  • slot
  • socket
  • take
  • taking
  • uptake
  • view
  • organization of relations
  • borrowing from the bank
  • mortgage borrowing
  • cataloguing of forthcoming titles
  • borrowing from the bank of money
  • contraction of debts
  • track [recording (of 1 track or little bit of music)]
  • acceptance
  • entrainment
  • affiliation
  • commencement
  • taking on [commencement]
  • reception area [in hospital, organization]
  • reception [by the public, press etc.]
  • entrance [e.g. to a school]
  • attachment [for set up or set up]
  • provider [for set up or set up]
  • initiation
  • inscription [in an inventory]
  • inclusion
  • placement [in system]
  • registration [Am.]
  • enrolment [Br.]
  • admission [to hospital etc.]
  • admittance [to Club etc.]
  • accommodation
  • hitching accessory [crane hook or cable]
  • radiograph
  • recruit
  • evaluation [maintenance inspection]
  • admittance work desk
  • entrainment
  • increasing [of money, funds etc.]
  • intake
  • incorporation [of nutritional elements, etc.]
  • using (down) [of individual information etc.]
  • keeping installation
  • tracking
  • consumption [of water, electricity etc.]