Enforcement is a word

Assertiveness (German)

Part of speech: noun, (neuter)

Through | assertion | ability, Plural: Assertion | ability
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈDʊʁçzɛt͡sʊŋsfɛɐ̯ˌmøːɡn̩]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Ability to get what you want, even against resistance
Origin of the term:
Determinative compound, composed of the nouns enforcement and capital, with the joint element-s
1) Assertiveness, persuasiveness
Application examples:
1) He has a strong one Assertiveness.
1) Ultimately, it was her Assertiveness, that led to success.
1) “The flag lost its being at this time Assertiveness.“
Nominative: singular Assertiveness; Plural Assertiveness
Genitive: singular Assertiveness; Plural Assertiveness
Dative: singular Assertiveness; Plural Assertiveness
Accusative: singular Assertiveness; Plural Assertiveness


  • English: 1) assertiveness, authority, clout
  • Polish: 1) asertywność
  • Romanian: 1) asertivitate (Female)
  • Spanish: 1) asertividad (Female)

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

More sex, prestige and Assertiveness using the favorite series? Amazon Prime Video and Droga 5 promise just that.
w & v, October 12, 2018

Referee Selina Menzel whistles top division games for the men. There is Assertiveness asked.
Sports show, January 16, 2019

The new CDU leader announces a general discussion on refugee policy for her party and demands more Assertiveness in the area of ​​migration. This puts her at a certain distance from Chancellor Angela Merkel.
NZZ Online, January 14, 2019

It means: who is not Assertiveness is exploited more quickly by colleagues, less respected by the boss and has poorer promotion opportunities.
The Huffington Post, January 10, 2019

With his force and his Assertiveness he will enrich our offensive in the second half of the season, 'said sports director Michael Reschke.
Sport1.de, January 9, 2019

On a scale from one to five stars, they could categorize such as fairness, punctuality or Assertiveness classify a total of 90,000 teachers already listed in the database.
RT German, November 22, 2019

For a surprise at BVB, the SC professionals must, according to Streich, 'more Assertiveness and fair toughness' as, for example, last weekend against Fortuna Düsseldorf (0: 2).
Sport1.de, February 27, 2020

Bachelorette candidate Patrick: 'The other men are no competition for me' Iron discipline and Assertiveness Patrick (29) owns like no other.
RTL, September 23, 2020

With strength and Assertiveness: This is how the only garbage woman in town works. In addition, a new environmental protection group will meet today and not all Emscherland 2020 plans will be something.
RuhrNachrichten.de, December 4th, 2019

Is that still nonchalance or is it already ducking away? Assertiveness, Presence and charisma I am 41 years old and want to change something. I want to learn to hand out.
Brigitte.de, January 30, 2020

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Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • Assertiveness
  • Fighting spirit: Willingness to fight / to fight back

Another word (synonym) for assertiveness - Source: OpenThesaurus

Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "assertiveness":

asertywność: asertywny translations See translations for assertiveness (neuter), See translations for assertiveness (female), See translations for self-assertion (female)

Assertiveness: Assertiveness (German) Part of speech: Declined form Grammatical characteristics: Genitive singular of the noun Assertiveness

poigner: ... the French words poing 'fist', poigne 'strength (in the hands); figuratively: assertiveness; obsolete or casual: hand ‘, pogne‚ casual: hand ‘, poignée ...

Dominance:… IPA: [domiˈnanʦ], plural: [domiˈnanʦn̩] Word meaning / definition: 1) the ability to assert oneself against the weaker.

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