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Outsider (German)

Part of speech: noun, (male)

Other spellings:
Switzerland and Liechtenstein:Outsider
Hyphenation:
Outside | side, Plural: Outside | side
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈAʊ̯sn̩ˌzaɪ̯tɐ]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Sports: a person or team believed to have no chance of winning; an animal with no assumed chance of winning
2) Person who is not integrated into a group
Origin of the term:
Derivation from the stem of the nounOutside with the derivative (derivative morpheme) -he
Opposite words:
1) Favorite
2) member, participant
Female word forms:
Outsider
Application examples:
1) Benfica Lisbon is in the final against Chelsea outsider.
1) The horse with the number 10 is a total Outsider, it has never won a race.
2) Aribert acts like a Outsider, he doesn't want to join the group at all.
2) “This man was a mystery to everyone, and I was interested in anyone who was outsider was valid. "
2) “Climate protection has long been a topic of Outsider, the eternal warner. "
2) “Since a community through the outsider always feels challenged, threatened or infiltrated, she devotes all her interests and suspicions to him, and finally she persecutes him with her hatred. "
2) “Wallace was a outsider and not a gentleman, at least not one of the kind that romped about in Linnaeus' society. "
Word formations:
Outsider role, outsider
Cases:
Nominative: singular outsider; Plural outsider
Genitive: singular Outsider; Plural outsider
Dative: singular outsider; Plural Outsiders
Accusative: singular outsider; Plural outsider

Translations

  • English: outsider
  • French: 1) outsider (male); 2) marginal (male), marginal (Female)
  • Swedish: 1) outsider; 2) utanförstående (noun adjective)
  • Czech: 1) nečlen (male)

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Each outsider his home.
laut.de, September 19, 2018

'Abikalypse': Four outsider against the pressure of expectations of the school world In 'Abikalypse' four want outsider throw the ultimate closing party.
Oddsmeter.de, July 23, 2019

The Serb had in the final of the Masters event with the Croatian outsider Borna Coric no problems.
DiePresse.com, October 14, 2018

The reversal of the situation: Why the speed limit and driving ban opponents suddenly like outsider act.
Klimaretter.info, February 12, 2019

SEEFELD (dpa) - As outsider traveled to Seefeld and now crowned again.
The Farang (Thailand), February 28, 2019

The Saarlanders go against Bayer as clearer outsider into the game.
Kölnische Rundschau, June 8th, 2020

He remains that outsider on the Deutschrap playground.
laut.de, November 14, 2019

The German handball players start the world championship in January in Egypt on January 15 against outsider Uruguay.
kicker, September 10, 2020

Pierre Gasly has an absolute outsider won the Italian GP in Formula 1.
Luxemburger Wort, September 6, 2020

VfB Stuttgart has again against one in the 2nd Bundesliga outsider messed up and continues to find no constancy.
GMX, December 01, 2019

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


Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • Dropouts: Person who has given up something (suddenly and completely), for example the job or belonging to a certain group
  • Loner: Often, derogatory: a person who appears strange and strange to others in their behavior, who avoids contact with others and prefers to remain to himself and deal with his own affairs in his own way
  • loner: Person who tends to stay away from other people; Animal that lives predominantly individually and not in a pack
  • Lone fighter (fig.): Military: Soldier specially trained for survival and hunting combat for use; Person who fights something or someone alone
  • individualist: Person who claims the greatest possible independence in thinking and acting
  • Nerd (jargon): People who are particularly concerned with computers or other areas of science and technology, but whose social skills are either poorly developed or at least give this impression a) as a description of outsiders mostly disparaging b) as a description of like-minded people an award
  • nonconformist
  • Underdog: Person or sports club that is inferior in terms of performance
  • lone wolf (coll., fig.)

Another word (synonym) for outsider - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary containing "outsider":

Cross head: ... Composition of across and head Synonyms: 2) Deviant, apostate, escapist, outsider, outsider, deserter, stubborn, stubborn, zealot, loner ...

Bugger: ... friend, partner 2) comrade, man, type; (Quasisynoym) (berlin.) Fritze 3) (Quasisynonyms) Outsiders, Kauz, Knilch 4) Age 5) Assistant, henchman, henchman, supporter; ...

Outside: ... Foreign minister, foreign ministry, external perspective, foreign policy, foreign politician, outside, outsider, outside wall, far left, far right Translations English: ...

Owl: ... person who is withdrawn like a bird by day and behaves strangely Synonyms: 2) Outsider, loner, eccentric, eccentric, weirdo Opposite words: 2) ...

Loner: ... eccentric; South German: Eigenbrägler, Eigenbrätler, Einmüßler Related terms: 1) Outsider, hermit, loner, hermit, freak, individualist, owl ...


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