English-German translation for "speculate"

"speculate" German translation

[ˈspekjuleit; -jə-]intransitive verb | intransitives Verb v/i

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  • spekulieren
    speculate commercial term, commerce | Wirtschaft/VolkswirtschaftWIRTSCH
    speculate commercial term, commerce | Wirtschaft/VolkswirtschaftWIRTSCH
  • to speculate for differences
    mit Kursunterschieden spekulieren
    to speculate for differences
  • to speculate in copper
    in Kupfer spekulieren
    to speculate in copper
  • to speculate in stocks
    an der Börse spekulieren
    to speculate in stocks
[ˈspekjuleit; -jə-]transitive verb | transitives Verb v/t obsolete | obsolet, begrifflich veraltetobs

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Wir spekulieren nur darüber, wann die nächste Massenflucht eintrifft.
We can only speculate on when the next mass refugee situation will arise.
Source: Europarl
Außerdem ist nicht allzu gut mit Wertpapieren spekuliert worden.
We do not seem to be very good at speculating in securities either.
Source: Europarl
Die Frage ist doch, dass mit Steuergeldern gegen den griechischen Staat spekuliert wird.
The issue is that taxpayers' money is being used to speculate against the Greek State.
Source: Europarl
Die Untersuchung wird gerade durchgeführt, und wir sollen nicht über die Ergebnisse spekulieren.
The investigation is under way, and we shall not speculate on its results.
Source: Europarl
Das Problem ist, dass die Märkte spekuliert haben, und zwar mutwillig.
The problem is that the markets speculated and speculated wantonly.
Source: Europarl
Dabei ist es noch zu früh, um über die Namen zu spekulieren.
It is too premature to speculate about the names yet.
Source: Europarl
Es ist übereilt, heute darüber zu spekulieren, wie sie auf unseren Ansatz reagieren werden.
It is premature to speculate today on how they will react to our approach.
Source: Europarl
Die Märkte spekulieren auf das Zerbrechen des Euro.
The markets are speculating on a euro break-up.
Source: Europarl

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