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Cluster (German)

Part of speech: noun, (male)

Clusters, Plural: Clus | ter
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈKlastɐ]
Word meaning / definition:
1) heap or compound, accumulation or grouping of a large number of uniform objects; Application examples:
1a) Mathematics: a collection or grouping of several points
1b) Physics: a small group of atoms or molecules
1c) Astronomy: a collection of galaxies or stars
Medicine: the frequent occurrence of a disease in a region (for example cancer)
IT: Combination of several computer systems into a computer network
Economy: an association of several companies
2) IT: Logical grouping of blocks on the hard disk
3) Medicine: the increased occurrence of epileptic seizures
4) Music: a special form of the chord
Origin of the term:
from the english cluster, which is derived from the old english clyster.
English for bundle, group, heap, swarm or grape
1) Pile, composite, clump
1a) point cloud
1b) complex
1c) star clusters, galaxy clusters
Computer network
2) block
Subordinate terms:
1b) Plasmacluster, oxygen cluster
1c) Galaxy clusters
Hardware clusters, software clusters, high availability clusters, load balancing clusters, high performance computing clusters
Application examples:
1) “As Cluster is generally referred to as the 'accumulation of like', in this case transition metal atoms. "
1) "The term"Cluster"(English) means clump or cluster."
1a) “The tasks are for everyone Cluster different, they each start from a context and with their items cover both the basic skills and the skills specific to the school type (see RPVO §19 in conjunction with §13 (2)). "
1b) "This released electrical energy, in the form of a cold plasma, generates free oxygen radicals that are positively and negatively charged, and then turn into grapes, so-called oxygen-Cluster group."
“Around 80–85% of those affected have an episodic cluster headache, i. H. between several weeks or months with frequent attacks (Cluster) there are sometimes long pain-free phases. "
The term cluster itself primarily describes the architecture of the individual components and their interaction.
"The individual computers of the Cluster are largely compatible with the institute's workstation computers and thus allow computationally intensive work to be easily outsourced from the workstation computer to the Cluster.“
“Economic Cluster are networks of companies, research institutions and complementary actors who are particularly competitive due to their close interdependencies. "
2) FAT32 supports up to 228Cluster.
3) “Under Cluster one understands several consecutive seizures, which are interrupted by short periods of recovery. In these animals there is an increased risk of developing a status epilepticus (BATEMAN & PARENT, 1999). "
4) „Cluster = a group of adjacent notes played at the same time. Typical of 20th century music (Cowell, Ives, etc.). Clay grape "
Word formations:
1) Cluster analysis, cluster connection
1b) clustering
Cluster episode, cluster headache,
Cluster awareness, cluster management, cluster policy, cluster strategy
Nominative: singular Cluster; Plural 1 Cluster; Plural 2 Clusters
Genitive: singular Clusters; Plural 1 Cluster; Plural 2 Clusters
Dative: singular Cluster; Plural 1 Cluster; Plural 2 Clusters
Accusative: singular Cluster; Plural 1 Cluster; Plural 2 Clusters


  • English: cluster; 3) clusters
  • Low German: 1) Kluuster
  • Swedish: 1) kluster
  • Spanish: 1) clúster 1c) cúmulo estelar cluster de computadores; 2) unidad de asignación

Part of speech: noun, (neuter), Part of speech: proper noun

Clusters, no plural
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈKlastɐ]
Word meaning / definition:
1) IT: a programming language for the Amiga
2) Space travel: Name of a satellite project by ESA and NASA
Origin of the term:
derived from the English cluster
General terms:
1) programming language
Application examples:
1) The object-oriented graphical user interface of EGS was implemented in Cluster programmed.
2) The four Cluster-Satellites were christened Rumba, Salsa, Samba and Tango.


  • English: 1) Cluster

Cluster (English)

Part of speech: noun

Cluster, no plural
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈKlʌstə]
Word meaning / definition:
1) IT: a programming language for the Amiga
Application examples:
1) The object oriented grafical user interface from EGS was written in Cluster.
The object-oriented graphical user interface of EGS was implemented in Cluster programmed.


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Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

The maritime Cluster North Germany (MCN) is now represented with its own office in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
SVZ.de, February 26, 2019

The Bremen entrepreneur Roland Becker explains why he is involved in questions of artificial intelligence in a Cluster wants to network - and what bothers him when he visits the doctor.
Radio Bremen, August 23, 2018

The Cluster “Vacation on the farm” was able to increase the number of its guests by seven percent this year.
tt.com, November 10, 2018

Security authorities, the armed forces, research and industry want to develop Bonn into the European center for internet security. Now that became cyber security Cluster founded.
WDR.de, November 9, 2018

A 2-day seminar conveys the areas of application of the Hadoop framework for the operation of scalable, distributed in Cluster working software.
heise online, January 24, 2019

The reason are increasing numbers of infections and the Cluster at the HAK Villach.
Kleine Zeitung, September 18, 2020

The authorities do believe that Cluster However, being able to limit this does not rule out further measures.
DiePresse.com, July 03, 2020

A Raspberry Pi, a ClusterHAT and four Pi Zeros: this is how you build the smallest Cluster the world and learn network and Cluster-Technologies.
heise online, May 8th, 2020

Start in February in the first Cluster work on broadband expansion with fiber optics in the district.
Moz.de, January 29, 2020

The number of infections is increasing, Cluster following of Cluster, Minister Rudolf Anschober is concerned.
derStandard.at, August 01, 2020

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

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • Area: a more or less demarcated area (the place) (also transferred); a subject or area of ​​responsibility that is separate from others; Viticulture Summary of several locations in Germany, the yields of which are used to produce wines of the same flavor; Algebra is an algebraic structure similar to whole numbers
  • field
  • category: Unit for classifying and finding people, things, facts, terms and other things
  • category: Section, category into which something is divided; fixed headlines in a daily newspaper; a section in a handwriting starting with a red letter; Theology, liturgy: the prescriptions for liturgical acts, mostly printed in red in liturgical books

Another word (synonym) for cluster - Source: OpenThesaurus

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Entries from our dictionary containing "cluster":

computer: Computer network, cluster, data center 3) Calculation tools 4) Person Application examples: 1) This computer can add two numbers

Star clusters: ... of stars Origin of the term: 1) Composed of star and cluster Synonyms: 1) Cluster opposing words: 1) Asterism, nebula, constellation Parent terms: ...

CD: Part of Speech: Abbreviation Meaning / Definition: 1) Cluster of differentiation 2) Corps Diplomatique 3) Corporate Design Opposite words: 2) CC Parent terms: 2) CI Similar terms: [c)], [c)], [d)], [d)], toe

Illustration: ... abstraction, adequate illustration, authentic illustration, band, operational, image, merely illustration, cluster, cm, represent, representation, three-dimensional illustration, colored illustration ...

chord: ... 2) From piece work (this in turn from chord 1) and work) Opposite words: 1) Cluster Superordinate terms: 1) Sound, harmony Subordinate terms: 1) ...

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