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trigger (German)

Part of Speech: Verb

Hyphenation:
trig | gern, past tense: trig | ger | te, participle II: ge | trig | gert
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈTʁɪɡɐn]
Word meaning / definition:
1) trigger a shot on a rifle or pistol with your finger on the trigger
2) trigger a switching process by actuating a trigger / switch
3) transfer initiate a process
Origin of the term:
Borrowed from the English verb trigger, "Switch, trigger"; in older English too tricker, something from the Dutch word trekker "Abzug, Zieher" was adopted
Related terms:
1) pull off
2) switch
3) activate, animate, stimulate, initiate, set in motion
General terms:
trigger
Application examples:
1) The Sagittarius triggered the rifle.
2) “Under Trigger (trigger) means the triggering of a circuit by a pulse or a pulse train. "
3) “And of course such an activation of negative schemata puts a strain on the current relationship, because the person does not feel taken seriously by the person who is currently activating the schema ("Triggers").
3) “Physical stress triggers the acute adaptation processes in order to adjust the body functions to the necessary energy metabolism. "
3) Anorexics perceive photos of thin people as triggering.
Word formations:
Conversions:triggered, triggering, triggering
Nouns: Trigger point
Conjugations:
Present tense: I. trigger; you triggerst; he she it triggers
Simple past: I. triggered
Participle II: triggered
Subjunctive II: i triggered
Imperative: singular trigger!; Plural triggers!
Auxiliary verb: to have

Translations


Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Enteroviruses trigger possibly celiac disease in children. This is the result of a study by Norwegian scientists.
Doctors newspaper, March 14, 2019

An unknown island people live in the Indian Ocean, isolated from the rest of the world. The few photos of the Sentinelese trigger especially prejudices from old times.
DIE ZEIT, April 21, 2019

February updated primer and detonator skills with the latest information trigger Combos This is how combos work in Anthem: The combination of two different attacks is a combo.
Mein-MMO.de, February 18, 2019

Current research also assumes that certain social factors, such as anxiety, depression, drug use and general dissatisfaction, cause eating disorders trigger can.
Brigitte.de, September 13, 2018

you trigger this target group with philanthropic content, diversity of protagonists or slogans that the yesterday are guaranteed to get down the wrong way.
netzpolitik.org, January 17, 2019

What foods trigger an acne? There are a number of myths and hypotheses surrounding this topic. A nutritionist explains the facts.
Doctors newspaper, July 14, 2020

But so far it is not really conclusive how to do this glitch trigger can. According to some statements, the glitch is related to the change of area on the tower.
Destiny Infobase, May 05, 2020

What is the effect of frequent hair washing? When we wash our hair often trigger we literally re-oil our scalp quickly.
Gala.de, March 19, 2020

The algorithms of these platforms have the only goal that we stick with it - and trigger hence our deeper instincts like fear and indignation.
Watson, November 23, 2019

Spectators can attend different events triggersuch as “infinite ammunition” or revealing certain players on the map.
Mein-MMO.de, July 12, 2020

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


Grammar / conjugations

Trigger Inflection - The conjugation of the verb trigger

It is a regular verb that is conjugated with the auxiliary verb haben.
 1st person singular2nd person singular3rd person singular1st person plural2nd person plural3rd person plural
Present indicativeI trigger / trigger / triggeryou triggerhe / she / it triggerswe triggeryou triggerthey trigger
Present Subjunctive I.I trigger / triggeryou trigger / triggresthe / she / it triggere / triggrewe triggeryou trigger / triggerthey trigger
Past tense indicativei triggeredyou triggeredhe / she / it triggeredwe triggeredyou triggerthey triggered
Past tense subjunctive IIi triggeredyou triggeredhe / she / it triggeredwe triggeredyou triggerthey triggered
Perfect indicativeI triggeredyou triggeredhe / she / it triggeredwe triggeredyou triggeredthey triggered
Perfect subjunctive I.I triggeredyou triggeredhe / she / it triggeredwe triggeredyou have triggeredthey triggered
Past perfect indicativeI had triggeredyou triggeredhe / she / it had triggeredwe had triggeredyou had triggeredthey had triggered
Past perfect subjunctive III would have triggeredyou would have triggeredhe / she / it would have triggeredwe would have triggeredyou would have triggeredthey would have triggered
Future I indicativei will triggeryou will triggerhe / she / it will triggerwe will triggeryou will triggerthey will trigger
Future tense I subjunctivei will triggeryou will triggerhe / she / it will triggerwe will triggeryou will triggerthey will trigger
Future tense I subjunctive IIi would triggeryou would triggerhe / she / it would triggerwe would triggeryou would triggerthey would trigger
Future tense II indicativeI will have triggeredyou will have triggeredhe / she / it will have triggeredwe will have triggeredyou will have triggeredthey will have triggered
Future tense II subjunctive II will have triggeredyou will have triggeredhe / she / it will have triggeredwe will have triggeredyou will have triggeredthey will have triggered
Future tense II subjunctive III would have triggeredyou would have triggeredhe / she / it would have triggeredwe would have triggeredyou would have triggeredthey would have triggered

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Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • activate: to set someone or something in motion, to initiate action, activity, to bring it into action, to change its state or to bring it into a state; Business administration: set as an asset on the balance sheet; Chemistry: with catalysts, make them react
  • crank: Engine, machine: start an engine by turning the flywheel by hand; Transferring, intensifying or accelerating a process
  • stimulate: express the wish for something specific to happen; promote an event; Raise nuclear physics to a higher energy level
  • spur on: make someone try harder; give the horse the spurs
  • drive: to motivate someone to do something
  • whip up
  • stimulate
  • irritate: put someone or oneself into excitement, excitement, activity, restlessness, movement, anger, anger, anger, activity, stimulate, stimulate, activate; evoke something, stimulate, stimulate, activate, create a state, arouse something, create a certain conspicuous state, awaken something
  • cause: to be the cause or the reason of something; to summon (a spirit or something similar); conjure up
  • get going
  • innervate: Medicine: equipping an organ, a part of the body with nerves or supplying it with nerve stimuli; Educational language: stimulate, stimulate, give impetus, induce action
  • power: act full of energy (power), show commitment and performance; support something with dedication and vigor
  • push: regionally, casually for urinating, urinating; put someone or something in an undeservedly high position
  • push: in general: to put someone or something in an undeservedly high position; Online games: supplying another player with resources in order to increase the ranking as quickly as possible; Internet sales: when selling your own items, bid for them with a different account and thus increase the sales price; dealing in hard drugs
  • stimulate: provoke a reaction
  • Requests
  • stimulate: express the wish for something specific to happen; promote an event; Raise nuclear physics to a higher energy level
  • trigger (casually)
  • to draw attention
  • trigger: transitive: to set something in motion / in motion; trans., tlwvatd .: Pay ransom for a hostage
  • give an impetus
  • give an impulse
  • to ask: intrans. request initial information or, for example, request an authorization from an authority; want to know something additional and therefore ask a question again trans. ; show an interest in buying, want to buy

Another word (synonym) for trigger - Source: OpenThesaurus


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Trigger: ... word tractor in its original meaning Zieher has been adopted in the English language. Derived words: triggern Translations English: trigger Catalan:…

Rhyme: German: -ɪɡɐn: Rhyme pronunciation / phonetic transcription (IPA): ɪɡɐn spellings: -iggern rhyming words two-syllable digging niggering triggering

triggered: Triggered (German) Part of Speech: Participle II Hyphenation: ge | trig | gert Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ɡəˈtʀɪɡɐt] Grammatical features: Past participle of the verb triggern

triggering: triggernd (German) Part of Speech: Participle I Hyphenation: trig | gernd Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈtʀɪɡɐnt] Grammatical features: Present participle of the verb triggern

trigger:… Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈtʀɪɡɐ] Grammatical features: 2nd person singular imperative present active of the verb triggern 1st person singular present indicative active of ...


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triggering (German) Part of Speech: Participle I Hyphenation: trig | gernd Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈtʀɪɡɐnt] Grammatical…

triggering (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: trig | gern | de Pronunciation / stress: IPA: [ˈtʁɪɡɐndə]…

triggering (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: trig | gern | dem Pronunciation / stress: IPA: [ˈtʁɪɡɐndəm]…

triggering (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: trig | gern | den Pronunciation / stress: IPA: [ˈtʁɪɡɐndn̩]…

more triggering (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: trig | gern | the pronunciation / stress: IPA: [ˈtʁɪɡɐndɐ]…

triggering (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: trig | gern | des Pronunciation / stress: IPA: [ˈtʁɪɡɐndəs]…

triggers (English) Part of speech: Declined form Grammatical features: Plural of the noun trigger Part of speech: Conjugated form…

triggerst (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: trig | gerst Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈtʀɪɡɐst]…

triggers (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: trig | gert Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈtʀɪɡɐt]…

triggered (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: trig | ger | te Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈtʀɪɡɐtə]…

triggered (German) Part of Speech: Conjugated Form Hyphenation: trig | ger | ten Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [ˈtʀɪɡɐtn̩]…