informal

informal
adjective
1) (without formality) zwanglos; ungezwungen [Ton, Sprache]; leger [Kleidungsstück]

‘dress: informal’ — "keine festliche Garderobe"

2) (unofficial) informell [Gespräch, Treffen]
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[in'fo:ml]
adjective
1) (not formal or official; friendly and relaxed: The two prime ministers will meet for informal discussions today; Will the party be formal or informal?; friendly, informal manners.) zwanglos
2) ((of speech or vocabulary) used in conversation but not usually when writing formally, speaking in public etc: `Won't' and `can't' are informal forms of `will not' and `cannot'.) nicht förmlich
- academic.ru/38036/informality">informality
- informally
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in·for·mal
[ɪnˈfɔ:məl, AM -ˈfɔ:rm-]
adj
1. (not formal, casual) informell
‘hi’ is a rather \informal way of greeting people ‚hi‘ ist eine recht lockere Weise, jdn zu begrüßen
to take an \informal approach to sth etw zwanglos angehen
\informal atmosphere/party zwanglose [o ungezwungene] Atmosphäre/Party
\informal clothing/manner legere Kleidung/Art
2. (not official) meeting inoffiziell
3. (approachable, not stiff) person ungezwungen
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[In'fOːməl]
adj
1) (ESP POL: not official) meeting, talks nicht formell, nicht förmlich; visit inoffiziell, nicht förmlich; arrangement inoffiziell
2) (= simple, without ceremony) meeting, gathering, party, conversation, atmosphere zwanglos, ungezwungen; manner, clothes, tone also leger; language, speech ungezwungen, informell; restaurant gemütlich

the informal use of "du" — die vertraute Anrede "du"

"dress informal" — "zwanglose Kleidung"

he is very informal — er ist sehr leger

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informal [ınˈfɔː(r)ml] adj (adv informally)
1. formlos:
a) formwidrig:
informal test SCHULE, PSYCH ungeeichter Test
b) JUR formfrei (Vertrag etc)
2. zwanglos, ungezwungen, nicht formell oder förmlich
3. inoffiziell (Besuch etc)
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adjective
1) (without formality) zwanglos; ungezwungen [Ton, Sprache]; leger [Kleidungsstück]

‘dress: informal’ — "keine festliche Garderobe"

2) (unofficial) informell [Gespräch, Treffen]
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adj.
formlos adj.
locker adj.
unformell adj.
zwanglos adj.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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