The acronym MAG can mean massive action game, metal active gas (welding), mobile access gateway, metropolitan access gateway, minimum allowed gain, Mothers Against Guns (UK), Military Airlift Group, Marine Air Group, or Master of Applied Geography.The abbreviation "mag" can mean magnesium, magazine,…
Where Germans Get Their WaterFrom rivers.From the same place the rest of the world get it, rain initially. Or taps - Wasserhähne.
Translation from Ulster Irish: "Well. How are you? You are a fine looking man".
With the accent marks: "Bhuel, cad é mar tá tú? Is fear dóighiúil thú."
The phrase "Macht schnell" is an imperative and means "hurry up", or "Make it quick!" . In this example it is used in the second person plural form (used when speaking to more than one person).
"Seine großen Erfolge" translates as "his great successes", phrase more commonly used: "his great achievements". When used in connection with music artists it is translated as his big hits.
Bulgaren and Bulgari are the respective German
and Italian equivalents of the firm name Bvlgari.
Specifically, the name in question functions as the Italianized
surname of the Greek-originating, Italian-immigrating family
Voulgaris (?????????). The name originates in the Greek
root word for "Bulga…
TanTangerineTangerine YellowTaupeTaupe - A Greyed Beige.Terracotta - A Red Brown Earth Color.TawnyTea GreenTea Rose (Orange)Tea Rose (Rose)TealTenne (Tawny)Terra CottaThistleTitianTomatoTopazTurquoise BlueTyrian PurpleTropical Rain ForestTealTourquiseTickle Me PinkTounge RedToad GreenTimberwolfTumbl…
a village is small town
Answer 1 It's rather impolite but still something you would want to know ... basically it's a warning that says that you stepped in some [poop]. More correctly the escrement is is one's trowsers. The idiomatic meaning would be, "you are full of it". Answer 2 It should me mentioned that the sentence …
Frachtpost = freight post
The word "ich" means "I", as in oneself. It is the nominative (i.e. subject) case first-person. example :- In English - I love you > In German - Ich liebe dich.In certain contexts "ich" can also be translated as "me"ich means I or me
At God benedictions everything is convenient
Second opinion !
"Gods blessing is the final cure" translates the meaning the best.
Better yet: "With God's Blessing Everything is Possible."
Actually, it means: "Everything is relying (based, depending) on God's Blessing."
Ordnung is German for order, good order, tidiness, order (in the sense of sequence).
Note also in Ordnung as in Das ist in Ordnung - that is fine, ok, in order.
The German word for woman or wife. Also a German courtesy title or form of address for an adult woman. Frau Schmidt = Mrs. Schmidt Frau would be woman and Ehefrau is the 'wife' [Technically true, but in normal conversation husband and wife are referred to as "Mann und Frau." I would never, for exa…
Russian Удачи Udachi German.Viel Glück
Probably the text was written : "Vom 12.07.07 bis 27.07.07 binich nicht in Büro. In dringenden fällen ........"It means : I am not in the office from 12 July 2007 till the 27 July 2007. When it is urgent ...."
It is a part of a folk song. Full text you'll find in the link below.
It is said that it is a taken from Exodus 15:19.
"When the horses of Pharaoh with his chariots and his chariot drivers went into the sea, the Lord brought back the waters of the sea upon them; but the Israelites walked through the…
One explanation I can think of for this word is that it is written in some dialect. Other alternatives are :- "hoehle""höhle is meant, which would tranlate as 'cave or hollow' (plural) "höhlen" "hehler" is meant, which would tranlate as 'fence' ( a receiver of stolen goods)
Mut und Kraft"Mut und Kraft" is German and translated into English means "Courage and Power".like as in EXP. white power, Mexican power, German power.kinda like thatmut is vagina kraft is art
"Liebesfreude" translates as "joy of love" or "love's joy".
It sounds like it should mean 'I am a foreigner' in German, but the German phrase in the question is written incorrectly. It should be 'Ich bin Auslander.'
Still not correct. It should be written: Ich bin Ausländer.
es en fuego perros
Several cultures in the world have used the swastika. But it is
most associated with the Nazi party in twentieth-century Germany,
and with the anti-semitism and extreme nationalism that the Nazis
kennst is the second-person, present tense conjugation of the verb kennen (to know)Kennst Du ihn - Do you know him
It means fire freely, or fire at will.
1. The word is Beste and the form of "the" is die because the word is feminine. 2. It's actually "das Beste". The word is neuter. "Ich hoffe auf das Beste." I hope for the best. For comparison: gut, besser, am besten. "Der beste Wein." oder "Dieser Wein ist am besten." 3. Actually it depends on…
Inflection - a change in pitch or loudness of the voice, the act or result of curving or bending, the change of form that words undergo to mark case, gender, number, tense, person, mood, or voice.
Inflections also include changes in ending and changes within the stem, such as:
he - him - his
Literally, 'we have that directly.'
But in context probably something along the lines of, 'We have that in common.'
The translations that retain the correct meaning are "That's no trouble to fix" or "It will be easy and quick to repair".
It totally depends on conte…
"Hilfe" (noun) is the German word for "help".
'male' in German is "Mann"
It means "yes".
On WikiAnswers we can translate single words and short phrases! Be sure to put your question in the correct category, that way your question will be answered more quickly. There are three links below to French translator websites. Googling "translator" is probably the best. You can even do songs…
"bonjour " sounds like: boh[n]-ZHOOR (the [n] indicates a nasal vowel, and ZH is the sound of 's' in "pleasure") The phrase "bon matin" (the literal translation of good morning) is never used as a greeting.
Über is a German preposition, adverb and prefix. It means superior. It has roughly the same meaning in English slang. Most English speakers horribly mispronounce this word as "oober."
Reich translates as realmKönigreich = kingdomKaiserreich = empireHowever Kaiserreich is often abbreviated to Reich, as in Deutsches Reich, das dritte Reich
>> "I'm thinking of you".
If you mean Massachusetts Institute of Technology, it is in
It means primary or primordial matter. Whatever that means! The basic material or substance is another way to phrase it.In philosophy, Urstoff can refer to Aristotelian 'prime matter', i.e. whatever that subsists by itself, or that which underlies all elemental changes, and consequently has no quali…
By using an English to German dictionary ...
The problem of doing translations this way is that the words may be correctly translated, but the grammar is likely to be incorrect.
There are websites that will do translations, You can use Google to find these.
Depending on context, Das haben wir gleich translates asWe'll have it shortlyWe'll have it done/sorted shortly
The word "turkey"as in the bird, then it is "Truthahn", or "Turkey"as in the country, then it is "Türkei".
"Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler" was formed in 1933, the name is normally translated as "Life Guards of Adolph Hitler".
Historically 'Guard' (German "Garde") formations are elite troops, receiving the best armament and equipment.
Empire - das Reich
Note that the word Reich does not necessarily mean empire. For example, at the time of the Weimar Republic (1919-33) the offical designation of Germany was Deutsches Reich.
When writing about the Roman Empire German scholars often refer to das Imperium Romanum.
The German word Strom usually means electric current or "Power". It as well translates to river (or figuratively stream) and also means stream of wind.
A neck tie is "die Krawatte" (formal) or "der Schlips" (colloquial). A neckerchief is "das Halstuch".
German-English translation means sweetheart or dear. Breaking the word down, "Liebe" is the German word for love, and "-chen" is a diminutive suffix used to denote smallness. Sometimes you see "-chen" on the ends of a child's name (or nickname) to show affection (i.e Hänschen). While sweetheart or…
Willkommen is the German translation for "Welcome".
during ww1 hitler was a normal soldier but whos lide was messed up and he was quite peoud of germany as he had nothing much else but after ww1 germany had to repay countries but it could not afford to repay its debts so the french took over parts of germany this meant people were getting poorer and …
It means Big Beard.
eins, zwei, drei, vier, fünf, sechs, sieben, acht, neun, zehn.
"Vogel" is the German word for "Bird" .
(Sometimes it can be used as an insult, too: "Du Vogel!" means something like: "You idiot!")
"Ja Ja" is an expression in German indecating the of disbelief of a statement.
YaYa is a first name, I believe that it originates from Brazil.
Proper names are not normally translated.
If you tried to use "Meinbereich.kom" it would not work on the internet
The word intend means to have in mind as something to be done or brought about; plan. Synonyms are: add up, aim, appoint, aspire to, attempt, be determined, be resolved, connote, contemplate, decree, dedicate, denote, design, designate, destine, devote, endeavor, essay, expect, express, figure on, h…
What the Germans meant was they were enclosed on all sides. The
steel they're referring to is all the guns, bullets, shells, and
artillery that had them encircled.
Wasser (pronounced vasser)
"Ich bin der/die beste" (I am the best). "Ich bin der/die größte" (I am the greatest).
Senkrecht IT Beratung GmbH is a German IT Consulting Company from Cologne, Senkrecht means vertical and IT Beratung stands for IT Consulting.
There is a link to their website below.
"Viel Glück" is a German equivalent of "good luck." The adjective "viel" means "a lot of, a great deal of, the best of." The noun "Glück" means "luck." Its singular definite article is "das" ("the").Also if you want to say someone is lucky, you can say they are "glucklich" with an umlaut over the…
Inflection means the act or result of curving or bending.Thank you for asking. :)
"Miss" as a salutation is "Fräulein" although that word is rarely used any more in modern addressing. Rather a simple "Frau" works.
As a verb: "vermissen" or "fehlen "
This depends on the context.
child = "kind"
children = "Kinder"
"I would like some Chicken" translates as "Ich möchte etwas Hänchen"
"Do you want some chicken?" translates as "Möchtest du etwas Hühnchen?"
Hähnchen are "fryers", and "Hühnchen are "boilers".
"What is that !" is the maening of this common German exclamation.
meaning what is that ^o^
also = thus sprach = spoke Zarathustra = the persons name The official translation is "Thus spoke Zarathustra", the normal phrase would be "Zarathustra said...". =======Also sprach Zarathustra (1883-1885) is a book by Friedrich Nietzsche. The title is often translated as Thus spake Zarathustra. S…
The usual expressions that mean"Happy holiday(s)" when refering to a festive season are:- "Frohes Fest" or "Frohe Festtage" both of which are used in the whole of Germany.
Other alternatives which are also widely used are :-
Merry Christmas is "Froehliche Weihnachten",
Happy New Year is "Frohes …
your friend=dein Freund pronounced dein[as in the English word
dine] freu[like roy with an f in front of it]nd[like end without
the vowel e]=dien froynd
In the plural it is euer Freund (oi-air froynd), and in the formal
it is ihr Freund (ear froynd).
of course if you mean it as a salutation at th…
Breaking the two words down into their syllables, it goes like this: Fro - Say "frer" rhyming with "her" because there should be an umlaut on the o liches - sounds like 'lickers', but a little softer, so it is more like 'lickhers'Wei - sounds like English 'vy', rhyming with 'by'nach - sounds like na…
It's German. Frohe Weihnachten or Fröhliche Weihnachten mean 'Merry Christmas'.
Wartburg is a proper-name. But you can translate it in this way. Wart = Warte = Look-out Burg = castle
In practice, as suggested above, one does not translate place names, and doing so can create problems. For example, there are about eight places in England called Ashford. It is easy en…
Sabatoge is not a word in German. If you mean sabotage thenthe verb "sabotage" translates into German as "sabotieren"the noun sabotage translates into German as Sabotage
The German verb is "sagten"
The noun "spoke" meaning a rod that connects the rim and the hub wheel is "Radspeiche". The noun "spoke" meaning arung of a ladder is "Leitersprosse"
Today, "ethnic German" usually refers to people who live outside of Germany, especially in Russia and Eastern Europe, whose ancestors came from Germany at some point. There are large communities of ethnic Germans in Russia, for instance.
Generally, people only count as "ethnic Germans" if they have…
"deine Mamma" or "deine Mutter" (to a single friend or relative)
"eure Mamma" or "eure Mutter" (to a group friends or relatives)
"Ihre Mutter" (for a colleague or stranger).
Wurst. The plural is Würste. WürstchenWurst
"Danke"dunke means thank you
"Danke schön" dunke sheon is the polite form. (Thank you very much)
"Vielen Dank" feelen dunk is another polite form. (Thank you very much)
"Gern geschehen" gern gesheen means you're welcome
address (place of residence, etc) - Die "Adresse", die "Anschrift".
address (speech) - die "Rede", die "Anrede".
to address (someone, a meeting) - "anreden".
Gratis is Latin for free.
The German word for "sponge" is "Schwamm", it is pronounced as written except for the "W" which is a soft "V"
imperium is empire
The German word for "Love" is "Liebe" GENERAL MAN/WOMAN - geliebte
OBX means Outer Banks, NC.....which is the most amazing place ive been too!! I think SB means South Beach. EI means Eastern Inlet (Organ Inlet).
Bittet means pleases or begs, sie is a formal version of you, um of for of or around, and Rückruf is call back. They are asking you to call back.
"white devil" translates as "weißer Teufel".
Liebling literally means "little love"
"Years old" is an English equivalent of "Jahre alt."Specifically, the German word "Jahre" is a neuter noun. It means "years". The German word "alt" is an adjective. It means "old."The pronunciation is "YAH-reh ahlt."
I want ...
In German, "Du" is a second person singular pronoun ("you," to one person). In French, "du" is a contraction of "de le" (meaning "of the").
Granate can be translated as:grenadeshell (military ordinance)
"Ich bin" translates from German into English as "I am."
Yes Because, if we are not remaining on our life, then we might not be have birthday.Because, we didn't bear yet. So which mean is the birthday party describes we are exist/remaining.Also commemorate the birth.(or celebrate the birth).
Depending on capitalization, your question can give one of two translations: Ich liebe sie - I love themIch liebe Sie - I love you (formal)
Bonjour, Bon matin, Bon matinee.
Literally, "O du holder Abendstern" translates as "Oh lovely evening star". The song from the opera "Tannhäuser und der Sängerkrieg auf der Wartburg" is translated as "Song to the evening star" however.
hurricane - der Orkan.
bier- beer und- and wurst- sausage beer & sausage