Detailed Translations for mobilise from English to German


to mobilise verb, British

  1. to mobilise (mobilize)
    mobilisieren; einsetzen; setzen; anfangen; bieten; einlassen; einlegen; einführen; hantieren; mobilmachen
    • mobilisieren verb (mobilisiere, mobilisierst, mobilisiert, mobilisierte, mobilisiertet, mobilisiert)
    • einsetzen verb (setze ein, setzt ein, setzte ein, setztet ein, eingesetzt)
    • setzen verb (setze, setzt, setzte, setztet, gesetzt)
    • anfangen verb (fange an, fängst an, fängt an, fing an, fingt an, angefangen)
    • bieten verb (biete, bietest, bietet, bot, botet, geboten)
    • einlassen verb (lasse ein, läßt ein, ließ ein, ließt ein, eingelassen)
    • einlegen verb (lege ein, legst ein, legt ein, legte ein, legtet ein, eingelegt)
    • einführen verb (b, führst ein, führt ein, führte ein, führtet ein, eingeführt)
    • hantieren verb (hantiere, hantierst, hantiert, hantierte, hantiertet, hantiert)
    • mobilmachen verb (mache mobil, machst mobil, macht mobil, machte mobil, machtet mobil, mobilgemacht)

Translation Matrix for mobilise:

VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
anfangen mobilise; mobilize be off; begin; break into; commence; enter into; get under way; introduce; introduce somebody to; open; set in; set in motion; set up; start; start to; strike up; take off; take on; take upon oneself; undertake
bieten mobilise; mobilize give; hand; offer; pass
einführen mobilise; mobilize adjust; fit in; have influence; have something to say; import; initiate; introduce; introduce somebody to; open; prepare; set; start; start off
einlassen mobilise; mobilize allow; allow in; come in; enter; get in; go in; go inside; go into; lead in; let flow in; let in; open to; show in; stream in
einlegen mobilise; mobilize can; conserve; fit in; insert; keep; marinade; mount; pickle; place in between; preserve; put in between; salt; season; souse; spice; tin
einsetzen mobilise; mobilize adjust; administer; adopt; apply; apply yourself; appoint; arrange; avail oneself of; be off; begin; bet; bet on; commence; employ; enforce; engage; establish; feed in; filter in; get under way; handle; implement; inaugurate; initiate; insert; instal; install; institute; introduce; introduce somebody to; join the traffic; make use of; nominate; place in between; practice; practise; put in between; set; set in; set in motion; set up; show enthusiasm; show willingness; start; start to; station; strike up; take; take off; take on; undertake; use; utilise; utilize; wager
hantieren mobilise; mobilize administer; adopt; apply; avail oneself of; employ; enforce; engage; handle; implement; make use of; practice; practise; take; use; utilise; utilize
mobilisieren mobilise; mobilize
mobilmachen mobilise; mobilize
setzen mobilise; mobilize bet with shares; bring down; build; bulge out; conjecture; decline; deposit; drop; erect; establish; fall; lay; laydown; make a move; move over; place; put down; raise; regress; sag; set; set down; set up; settle down; sink; sit down; situate; speculate; station; take down; take your seat; tumble; waining
- call up; circulate; marshal; marshall; mobilize; rally; summon

Synonyms for "mobilise":

Antonyms for "mobilise":

Related Definitions for "mobilise":

  1. cause to move around1
  2. make ready for action or use1
  3. get ready for war1
  4. call to arms; of military personnel1

Wiktionary Translations for mobilise:

  1. to become made ready for war
  2. to assemble troops and their equipment in a coordinated fashion so as to be ready for war
  3. to make something mobile