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vampire (Englisch)[Bearbeiten]

Substantiv[Bearbeiten]

Singular

Plural

the vampire

the vampires

[1] picture of a vampire

Worttrennung:

vam·pire, Plural: vam·pires

Aussprache:

IPA: [ˈvæm.paɪ.ə]
Hörbeispiele:

Bedeutungen:

[1] blutsaugender, toter Mensch (Fantasiegestalt); Vampir

Beispiele:

[1] The most famous vampire in literature is Dracula. Bram Stocker wrote the story of the infamous Count.
[1] "Vampire, a fabulous creature, which was widely believed in previously to and during the 18th century in Greece, Hungary, Moravia, Silesia, Poland, and Russia. Vampires are defined by Dom Calmet as persons "who have been dead a considerable time, sometimes more, sometimes less; who leave their tombs, and come and disturb the living, sucking their blood, appearing to them, making a noise at their doors and in their houses, and often causing their death." [1]

Wortbildungen:

vampire movie

Übersetzungen[Bearbeiten]

Referenzen und weiterführende Informationen:

[1] Englischer Wikipedia-Artikel „vampire
[1] Oxford English Dictionary „vampire
[1] Macmillan Dictionary: „vampire“ (britisch), „vampire“ (US-amerikanisch)
[1] Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary „vampire
[1] Dictionary.com Englisch-Englisches Wörterbuch, Thesaurus und Enzyklopädie „vampire
[1] PONS Englisch-Deutsch, Stichwort: „vampire
[1] dict.cc Englisch-Deutsch, Stichwort: „vampire
[1] LEO Englisch-Deutsch, Stichwort: „vampire

Quellen:

  1. The new American cyclopaedia: a popular dictionary of general knowledge, Band 16; Appleton, 1870 Google Books