What is random of choice

random (German)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive indiscriminately, Comparative , Superlative
Hyphenation:
choice | go, No increase
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈVaːlloːs]
Word meaning / definition:
1) without thinking
Origin of the term:
Derivation to choice with the derivative (derivative morpheme) -Come on
Related terms:
1) blind, ill-considered, ill-considered
Opposite words:
1) well thought out, targeted
Application examples:
1) The perpetrator drew his gun and fired indiscriminately on everything that moved.
1) a indiscriminately A man at a high school in Montreal, Canada, shooting himself injured 20 students on Wednesday and a young woman died.
1) “He lacked organizational skills, so he was dependent on a staff of employees, which he indiscriminately attracted. "
1) "The ancient authors called" Huns " indiscriminately everyone they didn't know. "
Word formations:
Randomness

Translations

  • English: 1) indiscriminate
  • French: 1) indiscriminé
  • Italian: 1) indiscriminato
  • Catalan: 1) indiscriminat
  • Portuguese: 1) indiscriminado
  • Russian: 1)
  • Swedish: 1) urskillningslös
  • Spanish: 1) indiscriminado

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

That stung indiscriminately on people for suffering from acute paranoid schizophrenia.
Day 24, October 9, 2018

Four asylum seekers did on Sunday indiscriminately beaten on passers-by in Amberg.
German Economic News, December 31, 2018

Nine teenagers smeared in Tulln indiscriminately House walls, listed buildings, telephone boxes and bus stops.
Today.at, November 21, 2018

Four asylum seekers had in December indiscriminately Attacked passers-by. Now they have stood before the court.
sueddeutsche.de, April 23, 2019

72-year-old tried to fend off attacks by a 20-year-old who indiscriminately attacked victims.
kurier.at, May 02, 2019

The man probably had on Sunday indiscriminately stabbed people.
Kölnische Rundschau, September 7th, 2020

A drunk man has in Berlin-Mitte indiscriminately Passers-by insulted in an anti-Semitic way.
GMX, December 12, 2019

The arduous advance of science against epidemics that has been going on for millennia indiscriminately rage.
Spiegel Online, June 2nd, 2020

Friedrich Merz thinks nothing of it indiscriminately distributed money. This does not serve to stimulate the economy.
Epoch Times, May 29, 2020

A man stings in Birmingham indiscriminately on other people - and then on the run for around 24 hours.
Luxemburger Wort, 07 September 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / Declinations

Inflection random - The declension of the adjective random

 NominativeGenitivedativeaccusative
definite article
Masculinethe random oneof the indiscriminatethe indiscriminatethe random
Femininethe random onethe indiscriminatethe indiscriminatethe random one
neuterthe indiscriminateof the indiscriminatethe indiscriminatethe indiscriminate
Pluralthe random onesthe indiscriminatethe randomthe random ones
indefinite article
Masculinean indiscriminate onean indiscriminate onean indiscriminate onean indiscriminate one
Femininean indiscriminate onean indiscriminate onean indiscriminate onean indiscriminate one
neuteran indiscriminate onean indiscriminate onean indiscriminate onean indiscriminate one
without article
Masculinemore indiscriminateindiscriminateindiscriminateindiscriminate
Feminineindiscriminatemore indiscriminatemore indiscriminateindiscriminate
neuterindiscriminateindiscriminateindiscriminateindiscriminate
Pluralindiscriminatemore indiscriminateindiscriminateindiscriminate

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • accidentally: not necessarily part of the matter
  • accidentally
  • arbitrary (go., educational language)
  • any: freely selectable from the available options or proceeding at your own discretion
  • freely selectable
  • randomly
  • randomly: like a sample, in the manner of a sample
  • optional: left to the free choice
  • arbitrarily: only following his will, dictatorial (judgments, decisions); freely chosen (definitions, stipulations); can be brought about voluntarily (actions, body functions); Linguistics: not based on similarity
  • random
  • randomly controlled
  • coincidentally: happening unpredictably and unintentionally, by accident
  • without orientation
  • without direction
  • disoriented: not having the ability to find one's way (spatially)
  • aimless: without a fixed, recognizable goal; without knowing (exactly) where to go
  • on good luck
  • any: freely selectable from the available options or proceeding at your own discretion
  • blind: unable to see; transferred senseless; being beside himself; transfer not wanting to see; uncritical, ignorant; matt, not transparent and clear (window); transferred not capable of his intended function; empty, meaningless; without opening; without continuation; unseen
  • blindly: thoughtless, indiscriminate
  • with the watering can (to distribute) (coll., fig.)
  • randomly
  • without a (recognizable) system
  • randomly: like a sample, in the manner of a sample
  • untargeted
  • arbitrarily: only following his will, dictatorial (judgments, decisions); freely chosen (definitions, stipulations); can be brought about voluntarily (actions, body functions); Linguistics: not based on similarity
  • aimless: without a fixed, recognizable goal; without knowing (exactly) where to go
  • randomly controlled
  • coincidentally: happening unpredictably and unintentionally, by accident
  • (just) go for it
  • always relaxed
  • always lively (coll.)
  • funny (continue): Comedy, possessing wit; amusing; in a good mood or in a good mood; In the mood for something; liking something, taking pleasure in it
  • across the board: without a specified direction

Another word (synonym) for random - Source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "random":

surfing: ... 2) briefly for windsurfing 3) call up one website after the other a) call up websites randomly without looking for specific content on them ...

possible: possibly, maybe 3) random, random 4) indefinite Opposite words: 1) exaggerated, impossible 2) impossible 3) certain, given 4) false, true Examples of use: 1) It is simply not possible for us to turn back time

choice: ... Derived words: 1) Elective parents, picky, elective meal, elective subject, optional, adopted home, random, rotary dial, elective affinity, optional, choice of words, choose, voter ...

Passerby:… 1) In this city I don't dare to go out on the streets alone at night; random passers-by are beaten up here. 1) Fortunately, a passer-by had the cause of the accident ...

Short sentence: ... to find; ... "2)" In the 19th century, the American Ralph Waldo Emerson often used the short sentence indiscriminately. His sentences are on average eleven words long. "2)" In the ...


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