German English Dictionary

Deutsch - English

zunehmend in English:

1. increasingly

increasingly difficult/important/popular
I am becoming increasingly worried about my neighbour. I haven't seen him for ten days.
KLVLAR is increasingly popular with manufacturers of motocycle components and protective clothing.
She has a boyfriend she's been going out with since high school but feels their relationship has become a matter of habit and is increasingly dissatisfied.
The world's aviation industry is growing increasingly worried about crashes.
This is the age of information, and computers are playing an increasingly important role in our everyday life.
In recent years electronic computers have become increasingly important.
Anders disassociated himself from an increasingly corrupt board of directors.
increasingly english language is neede for me.
two strangers take turns asking each other 36 increasingly personal questions.
As manufacturing has become increasingly distributed, the BoM has taken on even greater importance.
She thinks that young people today are becoming increasingly selfish.
The environment is becoming increasingly polluted because there are too many people in the world.
It is increasingly destructive of freedom of speech, writing and even thought.
In England, parks taking rare breeds of animals as their theme are becoming increasingly popular with people.

2. increasing

According to a recent study, the average life span of the Japanese is still increasing.
Tensions were increasing.
Demand for imported cars is increasing due to lower prices.
Scientists will come up with new methods of increasing the world's food supply.
The number of people who smoke is increasing, so cancer will soon be the most common cause of death.
In the financial world opposition is apparently increasing against the withdrawal of the proposed bill.
Even though student numbers are increasing, on the whole, fewer scholarships have been granted.
As commercial and cultural contacts between East and West developed, Arab and Persian traders began calling on China along the Silk Road in increasing numbers.
If the more advanced want to improve English ability (especially reading comprehension) increasing vocabulary is the way to go.
Recession is a temporary falling off of business activity during a period when such activity is generally increasing.
It is a term used to describe the warming of the earth due to increasing amounts of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
Since women are taking on more responsibilities at work and in the community, it is said that the number of women with stress from both child-rearing and work is increasing.
Recently, the increasing diversity of computer use has extended far beyond the realms of the office.
Because of the increasing risk of complications the doctor decided to induce labor.
An increasing number of American parents are opting to home-school their children.