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imaginative (German)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive resourceful, Comparative more resourceful, Superlative most imaginative
Hyphenation:
a | falls | rich, comparative: a | falls | rich | superlative: am ein | falls | rich | th
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈaɪ̯nfalsˌʀaɪ̯ç], comparative: [ˈaɪ̯nfalsˌʀaɪ̯çɐ], superlative: [ˈaɪ̯nfalsˌʀaɪ̯çstn̩]
Word meaning / definition:
1) so that you have lots of ideas, new ideas
Origin of the term:
consisting of incidence and rich with joint element-s
Related terms:
1) creative, inventive, original, imaginative
Application examples:
1) In order not to fail the recruitment test, the candidates must be right resourceful be.
Derived words:
Ingenuity

Translations

  • Swedish: uppfinningsrik, infallsrik

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Tricks and tweaks are popular among craftsmen. This man from China was special resourceful - With its ladder there is no need to dismount.
Today.at, January 13, 2019

A masterpiece out of nowhere: The comic artist Mikael Ross is to draw a commemorative publication for a care facility - and transform it resourceful all handicaps in advantages.
Spiegel Online, October 20, 2018

Krenek's Karl V can be seen as an acclaimed new production in Munich, staged resourceful and conclusive, musically different. As Karl, Bo Skovhus impresses.
DiePresse.com, February 12, 2019

He doesn't want to, but he has to. Martin Hinteregger is back at FC Augsburg for the time being. He wants to go back to Eintracht Frankfurt. To speed up the return, he gives himself up resourceful - Frankfurt reacts.
Welt.de, July 9, 2019

Yet many prisoners are resourceful - if one cell phone is gone, the next one will come along soon.
Krone.at, May 12, 2019

What are restaurateurs allowed and what not? At the moment, the requirements change frequently. Not only the restaurant operator has to do this, but also the guests resourceful be.
NDR, May 09, 2020

Some landlords are generous, some hotel operators show themselves resourceful - and even brokers who are used to success are insecure.
sueddeutsche.de, March 24, 2020

The two-person musical "The last five years", resourceful brought to the stage in the Staatstheater Darmstadt.
Frankfurter Rundschau, September 27, 2020

In the series 'Kunst im Funkhaus', the MDR-Landesfunkhaus Magdeburg is showing pictures and collages by the artist JUJAX. Colorful, resourceful and Julia Wally Wagner's pictures, collages and objects are time-critical.
MDR, January 03, 2020

Neuwied. Anyone who wants to make a living from their craft as a photographer has to resourceful be. Being a professional alone is usually no longer enough. And so the newcomer Andreas Pacek is always on the lookout for new ideas.
Rhein Zeitung, August 26, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / Declinations

Inflection resourceful - The declension of the adjective resourceful

 NominativeGenitivedativeaccusative
definite article
Masculinethe imaginativethe resourcefulthe resourcefulthe imaginative
Femininethe imaginativethe resourcefulthe resourcefulthe imaginative
neuterthe imaginativethe resourcefulthe resourcefulthe imaginative
Pluralthe resourcefulthe resourcefulthe imaginativethe resourceful
indefinite article
Masculinea resourceful oneone resourcefulan imaginativean imaginative one
Femininean imaginative oneone resourcefulone resourcefulan imaginative one
neutera resourceful oneone resourcefulan imaginativea resourceful one
without article
Masculinemore resourcefulresourcefulresourcefulresourceful
Feminineresourcefulmore resourcefulmore resourcefulresourceful
neuterimaginativeresourcefulresourcefulimaginative
Pluralresourcefulmore resourcefulresourcefulresourceful

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • inventive
  • inventive
  • imaginative
  • imaginative
  • creative
  • imaginative
  • ingenious: educational with high intellectual, creative potential
  • innovative (educational language): Setting innovations; novel, improving; creative, original
  • creative: educational Creating something new or having the opportunity to create something new
  • original: new of its kind; witty / funny looking
  • imaginative
  • imaginative
  • creative: able to create something new and meaningful from your own ideas, by your own hand
  • To have a head
  • alert (go., obsolete): go. lively, alert, lively, fresh
  • alert: cheerful by nature, curious and thoughtful
  • savvy (coll.): clever, tricky, clever, clever, experienced
  • slept in (coll., fig.)
  • clever: smart, witty
  • inventive
  • resourceful: with good ideas on how to cope with a difficult situation, and clever
  • gefitzt (switzerland.)
  • clever: of great intelligence, having a sharp mind; containing wise considerations, expressing some wisdom; reasonable; South German, only adjectival: large, immense; outdated: sneaky, cunning, devious, cunning; out of date: fraudulent; out of date: efficient, good, tidy
  • cleverly: of high, good craftsmanship, craftsmanship; well thought out and acting successfully
  • clever (coll.): clever from experience, skillful
  • clever: smart, resourceful in solving problems, full of practical ideas
  • bright (coll.): regional, northern German, Berlin: equipped with a well-functioning mind, smart
  • original: new of its kind; witty / funny looking
  • smart (coll.): from people: recognizing and implementing important things well; Colloquially, of statements or things: well thought out or created
  • plietsch (scenic, northern German): Northern German: smart, alert, intelligent, clever
  • refined: of raw materials: cleaned and refined; sly, sophisticated
  • smart: knowing ways to (nevertheless) achieve one's goals; Colloquially: having wisdom

Another word (synonym) for resourceful - source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "imaginative":

incidence: ... 1) spontaneous idea, good idea, having an idea Derived words: 1) imaginative 2) gateway 3) level of idea, slot of incidence, angle of incidence Translations English: ...

innovative: renewing, novel, improving 2) imaginative, imaginative, creative, original Opposite words: 2) unimaginative, unimaginative, uncreative, unoriginal Examples of use: 1) The company has a lot of innovative ideas

rich: ... species-rich, informative, tree-rich, meaningful, relational, rich in images, rich in thorns, imaginative, eventful, successful, rich in wrinkles, rich in fish, rich in content ...

original:… Superlative: [oʀiɡiˈnɛlstn̩], [oʀiɡiˈnɛlstən] Word meaning / definition: 1) imaginative 2) innovative Opposite words: 1) simple, simple Application examples: ...

funny: outdated: resourceful, resourceful Synonyms: 1) funny, weird 2) strange, strange 3) resourceful, inventive, resourceful Examples of use: 1) My brother is very funny


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