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Lena Kirchner
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Erstellt / Aktualisiert 19.11.2013 / 09.11.2014
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to front someone up

( to confront)

jemanden stellen, konfrontieren, jemandem gegenübertreten
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slap

( a sharp hit with your hand )

Schlag
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self- defence

( defence --> to defend )

Selbstverteidigung
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stepbrother

( your stepfather or stepmother's son )

Stiefbruder
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to deserve

( Here is your price. You deserve it. )

verdienen
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circumstance 

( situation)

Umstand, Lage
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accetable

(acceptable --> to accept )

aktzeptabel, annehmbar
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victim

( someone who has been injured or killed as the result of a crime)

Opfer
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minority

(minority --> majority )

Minderheit
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significant

( great, noticeable )

signifikant, bedeutsam
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to defend 

(to attack <--> to defend )

verteidigen
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to ensure

(to make certain)

gewährleisten, sicherstellen
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well- behaved

(well- behaved --> to behave --> behaviour )

wohlerzogen, brav
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influence

(James was a bad influence on his friend)

Einfluss
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warning

( Don't do it! That's a warning.)

Warnung, Verwarnung, Abmahnung
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punishment

( punishment --> to punish)

Strafe, Bestrafung
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Anti Social Behaviour Order

( An ASBO stops young people from going to particular places or doing particular things )

einstweilige gerichtliche Verfügung wegen antisozialen Verhaltens
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case study

( detailed study of a person or group)

Fallstudie
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client

( someone who uses a service that provides helf or advice)

Klient/in, Kund, Kundin,( betreute Jugendliche/r)
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shoplifting 

(the crime of stealing things from a shop)

Ladendiebstahl
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mark

( The teacher looks at all of the marks and gives you a grade )

Zensur, Markierungen
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reprimand

(an official warning)

Verwarnung, Tadel
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conviction

(finding someone guilty of a crime)

Verurteilung
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to interpret

(to explain)

interpretieren
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illiteracy

(being unable to read or write )

Analphabetismus
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self esteem

( feeling that you are as important as other people)

Selbstwertgefühl, Selbstbewusstsein
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homelessnes

( --> homeless)

Obdachlosigkeit
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to offend

( to offend --> offender --> offence )

angreifen, ärgern, beleidigen
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mystery

( something that people cannot understand; a puzzle)

Geheimnis, Mysterium
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excessive

( going over a reasonable limit)

maßlos, exzessiv, zu viel