What does life experience mean
Life Experience (German)
Part of speech: noun, (Female)Hyphenation:
- Life | experience, Plural: Life | experiences
- IPA: [ˈLeːbn̩sʔɛɐ̯ˌfaːʀʊŋ]
- 1) knowledge acquired through events in a lifetime
- Determinative compound from nouns Life and Experience as well as the joint element-s
- 1) experience
- 1) At over sixty, he still had little life experience.
- 1) “I don't have a condominium, I don't have a long career and little life experience to show. "
- Nominative: singular life experience; Plural Life experiences
- Genitive: singular life experience; Plural Life experiences
- Dative: singular life experience; Plural Life experiences
- Accusative: singular life experience; Plural Life experiences
Practical example sentences
Automatically selected examples in German:
„Pain is part of love. But how does the grief feel when you have more life experience has collected?“
BILD.de, November 17, 2018
„What a hitherto unknown for some life experience others have already gone through it.“
sueddeutsche.de, January 11, 2019
„The country needs more carers! The people's solidarity in Magdeburg is therefore with the 'school subject care' in 9th and 10th grades. Then it's about life experience and career orientation.“
Pflegegrad.info, January 11, 2019
„The best teachers are the ones with life experience and personality. They know what they are talking about. That is why more lateral entrants are needed.“
TAZ, August 25, 2018
„20 moves and 24 jobs - Uwe Roschmann from Augsburg now has so much life experience wrote his first cabaret 'Deppenhausen'.“
Augsburger Allgemeine, April 12, 2019
„Together they have almost 300 years life experience - and have seen a number of crises. But Corona is different. Four senior politicians tell their story.“
Die Zeit, April 04, 2020
„But sometimes you can with hers life experience annoy too. Have you ever heard these sentences live or between the lines and cooked them inside? Then have fun clicking through! Grandparents are great.“
Brigitte.de, July 23, 2020
„Berlin - who has been a couple of years more life experience than all the currently hip young singers in the charts and playlists, who also has more to tell.“
t-online, May 4th, 2020
„It is a shock and a very bad one life experience been, said the Liberal in the Dlf. At the same time he criticized the instrumentalisation of remembrance by AfD and Pegida.“
dradio.de, February 13, 2020
„256 years life experience unite the friends Günther Lutz, Eva Radeske and Helga Weitland. The retirees know why social contacts are so valuable in times of the corona pandemic. And they have a wish.“
Märkische Allgemeine Zeitung, June 11, 2020
The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.
Thesaurus & Synonyms
- Serenity: prudence gained through life experience, unshakable calm
- Maturity: Completion of a physical or mental growth process; Graduation; Puberty, sexual maturity
- wisdom: without plural: deep insight into life contexts based on experience and extensive knowledge; also ironic: clever sayings
- World knowledge
Another word (synonym) for life experience - Source: OpenThesaurus
Entries from our dictionary containing "life experience":
wisdom: ... from the adjective wise through the suffix -heit Synonyms: 1) Education, experience, learning, life experience, maturity, sagacity, cunning, knowledge of the world, overview 2) Aphorism ...
wise: rich in knowledge and life experience Related terms: 1) experienced, clever, reasonable Subordinate terms: 1) age-related examples of use: 1) This is a very wise decision
roynd: ... (attempted flight), kvettroynd (attempted coup), kyrrindaroynd (fishing in calm seas), lívsroynd (life experience), nýroynd (try again), ritroynd (essay), sannroynd (fact) ...
Experience: ... Internet experience, combat experience, body experience, war experience, art experience, life experience, teaching experience, suffering experience, sadness experience, learning experience ...
zkušenost: životní zkušenost (life experience), drahé zkušenosti (valuable experience) Derived words: zkušenostní German translations: 1) experience (female)
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Life questions (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: Life | fra | gen Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…
enjoyment of life (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Cases: nominative: singular joy of life; Plural - genitive: singular ...
way of life (German) Part of speech: noun, (feminine) Cases: nominative: singular lifestyle; Plural - genitive: singular ...
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Mortal danger (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: Le | bens | ge | fah | ren Pronunciation / Stress: IPA:…
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