Übersetzung von “origin” — Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch

origin

noun uk /ˈɒr·ɪ·dʒɪn/ us /ˈɔr·ə·dʒɪn/

the cause of something, or where something comes from

origen
the origin of the universe

the country, race, or social class of a person’s family

origen
She’s of / Irish origin.

(Übersetzung von “origin” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Spanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)

origin

noun /ˈoridʒin/

the place or point from which anything first comes; the cause

origen
the origin(s) of the English language
the origin of the disagreement.
original /əˈri-/ adjective

existing at the beginning; first

original
This part of the house is new, but the rest is original.

(able to produce ideas which are) new, fresh or not thought of before

original
original ideas
He has a very original mind.

(of a painting etc ) by the artist etc, from which copies may be made

original
The original painting is in the museum, but there are hundreds of copies.
originality /əridʒiˈnӕ-/ noun

originalidad
His writing shows originality.
originally adverb

originalmente
The book was originally published in Paris.
originate /əˈridʒineit/ verb

to bring or come into being

originar, crear, dar lugar a
That style of painting originated in China.
origins noun plural

a person’s place of birth, family background etc

orígenes
He tried to hide his humble origins.

(Übersetzung von “origin” aus dem PASSWORD English-Spanish Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)