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Job title (German)

Part of speech: noun, (Female)

Profession | designation | designation, Plural: Occupation | denotes | nun | gen
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [bəˈʀuːfsbəˌʦaɪ̯çnʊŋ], Plural: [bəˈʀuːfsbəˌʦaɪ̯çnʊŋən]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Designation for a specific occupation
Origin of the term:
Determinative compound from nouns job and description as well as the joint element -s
Application examples:
1) Lots Job titles have evolved into surnames over time,
Nominative: singular Job title; Plural Job titles
Genitive: singular Job title; Plural Job titles
Dative: singular Job title; Plural Job titles
Accusative: singular Job title; Plural Job titles

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Vanessa and Vahram want to get famous through social media. The controversial Job title 'Influencer' does not go down well with all young visitors.
20 minutes, November 22, 2018

The Job title sounds brittle: Chief Operating Officer. The man for day-to-day business. They can make a big difference in a company. They help to improve processes and relieve the bosses.
sueddeutsche.de, April 7, 2019

Not everyone is allowed to continue to call themselves a notary after leaving office. Especially those who have seriously violated notarial obligations do not deserve the honor they do Job title according to the BGH.
Legal Tribune Online, January 14, 2019

But what if based on the printed Job title nobody understands what someone is doing in a company? About the correct handling of complicated titles, such as Success Consultant or Data Scientist.
n-tv.de, April 03, 2019

Saxony's craft has warned against the Job title of the master to change.
t-online, June 13, 2019

The Job title des coach is not protected in Switzerland. In contrast to other professional groups, there are hardly any legal restrictions. This leads to various legal problems.
NZZ, July 16, 2020

So Bebe Rexha is on a par with Mick Jagger, Jimi Hendrix and Axl Rose - at least what they do Job title concerns.
LooMee TV, March 02, 2020

As Job title 'Journalist' is therefore useless for a long time, says Hans Hoff.
DWDL.de, May 24, 2020

Bad Segeberg - The Schleswig-Holstein Medical Association (ÄKSH) has a debate about the Job title initiated by the assistant doctor.
aerzteblatt.de, October 07, 2020

You are thus entitled to the Job title of the highest, non-medical professional profile in the preclinical. We congratulate Thomas Frantzen, Jens Müllejans and Meinold Rothermel.
Police press release, June 26, 2020

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Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • job: special, learned employment
  • Job title

Another word (synonym) for job title - Source: OpenThesaurus

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Carpenter: ... plural: [...] word meaning / definition: 1) surname origin of the term: originated from the job title, especially in the west and south, otherwise also carpenter ...

job: ... 1) appointed, professional, professional qualification, professional training, career prospects, professional advice, job title, job description, professional group, professional politician, vocational school, professional status ...

Bilrunner:… ['Haɪdə'lɔɪfɐ], plural: [' haɪdə'lɔɪfɐ] Word meaning / definition: 1) Heideläufer: Job title for forest rangers (18th century). Was based on ...

captain: Job title: holder of a captain's patent 5) Aviation: pilot 6) Sport: team boss of a team 7) Technology: old Opel car model Abbreviation: Kap., Kapit., Käptn Origin of terms: Middle High German: kapitan; from old French: capitaine = leader in the 13th

Sesterhenn: ... for Heinrich: Sester-Hein (rich). A variation of the name is "Heinrich (der) Sesterer", with the job title as a later surname, as is the case with all names derived from professions, e.g.

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