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pompous (German)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive pompous, Comparative more pompous, Superlative most pompous
Minor forms:
outdated: pompous
Hyphenation:
pom | pös, comparative: pom | pö | ser, superlative: am pom | pö | ses | ten
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [pɔmˈpøːs]
Word meaning / definition:
1) with a lot of pomp, ornaments
Origin of the term:
The word pompous became synonymous with French around 1700 pompeux borrowed that in late Latin pomposus “Splendidly” goes back.
Derivation of the noun pomp with the suffix (derivative) -es
Synonyms:
1) massive, pompous, pompous, baroque, derogatory:overloaded, outdated: pompous
General terms:
1) gorgeous
Application examples:
1) That pompous The wedding ceremony took place on a property adapted to the architectural style of the 16th century near Atlanta. For the festival there was a multi-tiered wedding cake with a white chocolate coating.
1) “He shows her the travel agency's print on glossy paper with a pompous Autobus on the front page. "
1) “In his pompous Hotel suite in Los Angeles, Johnny Fontane drank himself a high like any other jealous husband. "

Translations

  • English: 1) pompous
  • French: 1) pompeux
  • Swedish: 1) pompous, pompous
  • Spanish: 1) pomposo (male)
  • Czech: 1) pompézní

Similar words (German):porous

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Just as big and pompous marry like Harry and Meghan: Princess Eugenie is in the pillory for this project.
Day 24, August 20, 2018

South Korean President Moon is at the summit meeting with President Kim in Pyongyang pompous been received. It's their third encounter - and maybe the most difficult.
tagesschau.de, September 18, 2018

For the first time in more than a decade, a South Korean president is visiting North Korea's capital. The reception in Pyongyang was very warm and pompous out.
Deutsche Welle, September 18, 2018

No, quite like that pompous as with his ex-wife, Trevor Engelson's second wedding will not have been. But not everyone can marry a royal. Did Duchess Meghan send congratulations anyway?
n-tv.de, October 10, 2018

With a pompous announced migration pact, the UN wants to regulate global migration. That is commendable, but the authors overshoot the mark.
NZZ Online, October 24, 2018

Do the young royals like it pompous and sumptuous, modern or would you prefer cozy and family-friendly? Take a look behind the palace walls with us.
Gala.de, May 12, 2020

It's formal: the Emirates and Bahrain recognize Israel. US President Trump continued to sign the agreement pompous in scene.
TAZ, September 15, 2020

For many young people, the graduation ball is the highlight at the end of their school days. The festival often falls pompous out - and repeatedly plunges organizers into debt. The Stiftung Warentest gives tips.
Spiegel Online, November 8, 2019

Life in the showbiz business is pompous and splendid, loud and wild. The longing for peace is almost logical. Jennifer Aniston also has this very specific idea of ​​the relaxed old age.
LooMee TV, February 20, 2020

Own beauty stores in a prime location, pompous advertised creams and whole flacon battalions when a new perfume comes onto the market: Why the big luxury brands in the beauty sector are currently upgrading their products.
sueddeutsche.de, November 29, 2019

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


Grammar / Declinations

Inflection pompös - The declension of the adjective pompös

 NominativeGenitivedativeaccusative
definite article
Masculinethe pompous oneof the pompousthe pompous onethe pompous one
Femininethe pompous onethe pompous onethe pompous onethe pompous one
neuterthe pompousof the pompousthe pompous onethe pompous
Pluralthe pompousthe pompous onethe pompous onethe pompous
indefinite article
Masculinea pompous onea pompous onea pompous onea pompous one
Femininea pompous onea pompous onea pompous onea pompous one
neutera pompous onea pompous onea pompous onea pompous one
without article
Masculinemore pompouspompouspompouspompous
Femininepompousmore pompousmore pompouspompous
neuterpompouspompouspompouspompous
Pluralpompousmore pompouspompouspompous

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • extraordinary: lifting out, withdrawing; extraordinary, unusual, above average; very much; lying outside of a constitutional order
  • significant: with a lot of prestige and influence; being of great importance; very much
  • bombastic: derogatory: pompous, grandiose; much more than average
  • enormously: significant, far more than average; adverbial use, reinforcement: very, excessively
  • considerably: considerable, significant, important, serious
  • exorbitant: huge, out of scale, extraordinary, enormous
  • extreme: extremely, unsurpassable; colloquial: extraordinary, special; excessively
  • brilliant: Medicine starting suddenly, violent and rapid; magnificent, great; powerful, strong, violent; tlwva. threatening
  • enormous: very large or very significant; very; endowed with a lot of power
  • large: of considerable extent; more than average; grown up; of great importance, remarkable; in connection with measurements and units of measurement these are often followed up: in this (certain) size, having this size
  • enormous: so immense, excessive, oversized, large or huge that it amazes
  • incredible: unbelievable, unlikely; of extraordinary size, intensity, number; outrageous, inappropriate
  • lush: in great abundance (available)

Another word (synonym) for pompous - source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "pompous":

magnifique: ... plural magnifiques pronunciation / emphasis: IPA: [ma.ɲi.fik] word meaning / definition: 1) pompous, grandiose, great, bare, splendid, stately, wonderful, splendid ...

reception: ... warmly welcomed by everyone. 3) The diva's reception at Liechtenstein Castle was pompous. 4) The room keys can be handed in at reception. 5) When receiving the ...

Exit: ... after a few steps to an iron door. 2) Despite catastrophic polls, his departure was pompously staged. 2) Our association is shrinking because the membership statistics show that ...

cheesy: tasteless, stylish, ornate, pompous, sentimental opposing words: 1) elegant, stylish Examples of use: 1) this is a really kitschy porcelain figure

incognito: ... noscere, gnoscere = to get to know Synonyms: 1) unrecognized Opposite words: 1) pompous, with a great roar. Superordinate terms: 1) secret Subordinate terms: ...


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pompous (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: pom | pö | se Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [pɔmˈpøːzə]…

pompous (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: pom | pö | sem Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [pɔmˈpøːzm̩]…

pompous (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: pom | pö | sen Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [pɔmˈpøːzn̩]…

more pompous (German) Part of Speech: Declined form Hyphenation: pom | pö | ser Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [pɔmˈpøːzɐ]…

more pompous (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: pom | pö | se | re Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [pɔmˈpøːzəʁə]…

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pompous (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: pom | pö | ses Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [pɔmˈpøːzəs]…

most pompous (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: pom | pö | ses | te Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [pɔmˈpøːzəstə]…

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most pompous (German) Part of speech: Declined form Hyphenation: pom | pö | ses | ten Pronunciation / Emphasis: IPA:…

more pompous (German) Part of Speech: Declined Form Hyphenation: pom | pö | ses | ter Pronunciation / Stress: IPA: [pɔmˈpøːzəstɐ]…