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e Berufung -en
the appeal (e Revision)
vocation
calling
e Beauftragung -en
assignment (actual task)
the Assignment (the act of giving the task)
s Kanzleramt
chancellory,chancellery,chancellship
e Eroberung -en
conquest
bemühen um +A
to trouble (for)
s Bemühen -en= effot
e Ausschaltung -en
cannibalization!
einleiten
leitet ein; eingeleitet; leitete ein
to prelude, introduce, instruct, "herald in", preface, induce, usher in, inaugurate, start
vorantrieben
treibt an; vorangetrieben; trieb an
to impel, expedite, forward, "to press ahead with"
Article 48
"...dem neuen Kabinett würde der Reichpräsident die Instrumente des Artikels 48 und der Reichstagsausflösung (Parliament solution. . .) zur Verfügung stellen (to provide)"
Wikipedia:
Article 48 was an article in the constitution of the Weimar Republic of Germany (1919–1933) that allowed the President to rule by decree without the consent of the Reichstag (parliament) . Legislation passed under this article of the constitution was referred to as Notverordnung (emergency decree). Article 48 was used by Adolf Hitler in 1933 to establish a dictatorship, ending the Weimar Republic and ushering in the Third Reich.
ausloten
lotet aus; ausgelotet; lotete aus
to sound, auge, fantom, "to sound out"
ausschöpfen
ausgeschöpft
to exhaust, to bail (out), to ladle out (aus, of)
s Ausschöpfen -en= scoop
erleiden
erleidet; erleidet; erlitt
to suffer, to sustain

Er erlitt eine vernichtende Niederlage: He met his Waterloo (wtf?)
auferlegen
aufergelegt
to impose, to enforce (on/upon)
bezeichnet werden
to be referred to

Er wird als ... bezeichnet: He is referred to as ...