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AdjectiveEdit

umiddelbar (neuter umiddelbart, plural and definite singular attributive umiddelbare)

  1. immediate, adjacent, being separated by nothing
    i den umiddelbare nærhed af...
    in the immediate vicinity of...
    • 2003, Tor Nørretranders, Det generøse menneske, Art People →ISBN
      Adfærdsforskere skelner mellem den ultimative årsag til en adfærd og den umiddelbare årsag.196 Den ultimative årsag til at vi spiser, er at vi ellers ikke overlever. Den umiddelbare årsag er, at vi er sultne.
      Behavioural researchers distinguish between the ultimate cause of behaviour and the immmediate cause.196 The ultimate cause that we eat is that we shall otherwise not survive. The immediate cause is that we are hungry.
    • 2010, Susanne (red.). Bügel, Jørn (red.). Dyerberg, Steen (red.). Stender, Menneskets ernæring, Munksgaard Danmark →ISBN, page 247
      En umiddelbar konsekvens af at spise er, at du bliver mæt, men der er mange andre konsekvenser af at forbruge fødevarer, der ikke opleves i umiddelbar tilknytning til forbruget.
      An immediate consequence of eating is that you become full, but there are many other consequences of the consumption of foodstuffs that are not experienced in immediate association with the consumption.

Norwegian BokmålEdit

EtymologyEdit

From German unmittelbar

AdjectiveEdit

umiddelbar (neuter singular umiddelbart, definite singular and plural umiddelbare)

  1. immediate
  2. instant

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