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State|ment 〈[ stɛıt-] n. 15(bes. öffentl.) Behauptung, Erklärung [engl.]

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State|ment ['steɪtmənt , …mɛnt ], das; -s, -s [engl. statement, zu: to state = festsetzen, erklären, zu: state, über das Afrz. < lat. status, Staat]:
1. öffentliche [politische] Erklärung, Verlautbarung:
ein S. abgeben, herausgeben.
2. (EDV) Anweisung, Befehl (für den Computer).

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['steɪtmənt; englisch, zu to state »erklären«] das, -s/-s, öffentliche Erklärung, Verlautbarung.
[engl.], Programmierung: Anweisung.
 Papierformat: ein vom amerikanischen Normengremium ANSI definiertes Papierformat mit einer Höhe von 8,5 Zoll (21,59 cm) und einer Breite von 5,5 Zoll (13,97 cm).

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State|ment ['steɪtmənt], das; -s, -s [engl. statement, zu: to state = festsetzen, erklären, zu: state, über das Afrz. < lat. status, ↑Staat]: 1. öffentliche [politische] Erklärung, Verlautbarung: Sein ... S. über Mann- und Raumdeckung (Saarbr. Zeitung 3. 12. 79, 15/17); ein S. abgeben, herausgeben; Unterdessen spulte Lehnau sein wohl vorbereitetes S. ab (Springer, Was 201). 2. (EDV) Anweisung, Befehl (für den Computer).

Universal-Lexikon. 2012.

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