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What does 'der Himmel' mean in English?

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The sky, or heaven/the heavens.
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Ich freue mich auf Ihren Besuch?

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Ich freue mich auf Ihren Besuch = I look forward to your visit.
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What does meinen wahr gut means?

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My true gut. ======================= The phrase is gibberish and can only be translated on a word for word basis: meinen = my (accusative case) meinen = verb, to mean, to think wahr = true gut = good
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How do you say Wann hast du Deutsch?

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The sentence really depends on the context, but it translates to "When do you have German?" (informal).
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Wie viele zahne hat der tiger?

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Wie viele Zähne hat der Tiger? translates as How many teeth does a tiger have? A tiger has 30 teeth Ein Tiger hat 30 Zähne.
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What does du stirbst bulle mean?

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It means" you die, bull". It is slang and really refers to a cop. So "you die, pig" would be a closer translation. Except, of course, if you`re referring to an actual bull.
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What is the meaning of Ich werde Sie töten?

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Ich werde Sie töten translates as I will kill you.
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What is the meaning of Guten Morgen meine wunderbar frau?

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Guten Morgen, meine wunderbare Frau. Good morning, my wonderful woman/wife.
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What does 'er lasst sich nicht lesen' mean?

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Edgar Allan Poe, in his The Man of the Crowd, writes: "It was well said of a certain German book that 'es läßt sich nicht lesen'" and translates the German phrase as: it does not permit itself to be read. The neutral "es" in Poe's quote refers to the book, the neutral "das Buch" in German. "Er" however, as you write in your question is a masculine pronoun, either referring to "he" or any masculine noun. That is, the literate translation would be "he does not permit himself to be read".
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What does dieses ist nicht mein leben mean?

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Though grammatically incorrect, it translates to "this is not my life". While this line might be found in song writing, novels and such, it would not be used in everyday conversation. One would usually say "Das ist nicht mein Leben".
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Leben Sie lang Deutschland?

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Leben Sie lang Deutschland doesn't make much sense but translates as Live long Germany
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In english- ich bete an die macht der liebe?

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Ich bete an die Macht der Liebe translates as I worship/adore the power of love
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What is the meaning of guten abend frau?

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Guten Abend Frau translates as Good evening Mrs
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Wo gingen Sie zur Grundschule?

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Wo gingen Sie zur Grundschule? translates as Where did you go to primary school?
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What does steig mean in German?

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'steig' is the imparative form of 'steigen'. Possible meanings: to rise to increase to go up (price) It's also the root of other verbs: aufsteigen - to rise (up) emporsteigen - to rise (up) einsteigen - to climb in, to get on (vehicle) It's part of 'Bürgersteig', meaning pavement/sidewalk.
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What does 'erst er' mean in German?

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erst er means he first. Erst er und dann du. - He is first and then it's your turn. (literally he first and then you) Erster means first. Ich bin Erster. - I'm first. (male) Ich bin Erste. - I'm first. (female)
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What does the German word Bosch mean?

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Bosch is not a German word but a surname of Dutch,Catalan and North German origin. It's derived from the Latin word for wood. It's also the name of a Germany company, named for its founder Robert Bosch.
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What is the German 'Viel Glück' in English?

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"Good luck" is an English equivalent of "Viel Glück." 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").
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Das var sehr schon von dir?

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Das war sehr schön von Dir means that was very nice of you.