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Harvard (German)

Part of speech: noun, (neuter), Part of speech: proper noun

Har | vard, no plural
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA:English: [ˈHɑːvəd]
Word meaning / definition:
1) private university in Cambridge, Massachusetts
1) Harvard University / Harvard University, Harvard University
Application examples:
1) “At her appearance in front of 20,000 new graduates, former students and professors of the US elite university Harvard in Cambridge the German Chancellor is celebrated like a pop star. "
Word formations:
Harvard Graduation, Harvard Graduation Ceremony, Harvard Approach, Harvard Architecture, Harvard Concept, Harvard Model, Harvard Principle
Nominative: singular Harvard; Plural
Genitive: singular Harvards; Plural
Dative: singular Harvard; Plural
Accusative: singular Harvard; Plural

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Sensational project is being carried out with the support of researchers from Harvard University and MIT.
Kleine Zeitung, May 24, 2020

The Augsburg University of Applied Sciences offers online lectures based on the model of Harvard on - with great success.
Augsburger Allgemeine, May 15, 2020

Scientists from Harvard developed a blood test that can predict the course of the coronavirus. This development is a breakthrough.
Futurezone, October 20, 2020

How do you find out if someone is cheating in your company? Eugene Soltes, professor at the Harvard Business School, has developed a guide for this. A text from the Harvard Business manager., July 6, 2020

A new American study from the university Harvard states that social distancing could be necessary for a while longer than assumed., April 15, 2020

University researchers Harvard have calculated how the coronavirus could spread in the next few years. The result is not very encouraging.
Spiegel Online, April 15, 2020

According to a new study by researchers at the university Harvard Social distancing could continue until 2022 if a vaccine is not found earlier.
Blick Online, April 15, 2020

Several US universities are sending their students off campus. But they often don't even know where to go. Three students out Harvard to report.
Die Zeit, March 16, 2020

The Harvard Medical School in Boston recommends yoga and meditation, among other things, to better deal with the fear of the coronavirus.
Day 24, March 23, 2020

Christoph Seeger, previously editor-in-chief of Harvard Business Manager, will be Head of Content in the new 'Concept Solutions' division.
w & v, January 20, 2020

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Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "Harvard":

Ed.: Aufl. (German) Part of speech: Abbreviation Word meaning / definition: 1) Abbreviation for: Edition Application examples: 1) Cf. Noll, Nick (1999), “Der Siegeszug der ...

N. N.: ... I don't ") Examples of use: 1) Speaker: Mr. N. N., representative of the rabbit breeders' association 1) Cf. N. N. (1999)," The triumphant Harvard citation ", GNT-Verlag, o.O., p ...

see.:… 1) […] (cf. page 841) […] 1) Cf. Nils Nick, Der Siegeszug der Harvard citation, GNT-Verlag, o. O. 21999, page 11 f. 1) or: Cf. Nils Nick: ...

discipline:… 2) The economist Amartya Sen was the first Asian to receive the Nobel Prize in 1998. The Indian who teaches at Harvard tackles the great philosophical questions of his discipline. 2) ...

House corner: A Harvard study (which, like many similar cited ones, has never been) held meetings last, on average, 4.7 times as long as standing meetings

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