Übersetzung Englisch nach Deutsch - Questions on translations from English to German.

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What's the German name for an equal spacing divider?

What is the German name for this tool? It is used to divide lengths into equal sections. In English it is called an equal spacing divider. It is used in engineering.
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Is “Ich bin gut” a valid reply for “How are you”?

I know you have to say Es geht mir gut. but Ich bin gut. sounds good to me. Can I say that?
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How do I say “One day on a sunny sunday” in German?

How do I say "One day on a sunny Sunday morning" in German? Eines Tages eines sonnigen Sonntagmorgens bin ich mit meiner Schwester im Park zum Training gelaufen.
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How do I say “First week of December” in German?

How do I say "First week of December" in German ? Im Dezember ersten Wochenendes ging ich einkaufen.
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How do I say “anyway” in German? [closed]

How do I say "anyway" in German? I wanna say it in this context: A: Lass uns morgen an den Strand gehen und viel Spass haben! B: Ja, wir können meine Schwester und ihre Freunde einladen, ja? ...
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How do I say “whatever” in German?

How do I say "whatever" in German? I am going to use it in this context: A: "Lass uns morgen ins Kino gehen!"     (Let's go to the movies tomorrow!) B: "Nein. Ich muß ...
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How do I say “The only way” in German?

How do I say "The only way" in German? Die einzige Art und Weise, Deutsch zu lernen, ist mit Deutschen zu reden. Is there another alternative for this?
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Translation of “sharing key”

I am a native speaker, but I have no idea how to translate "sharing key" into German. I don't know if there are multiple meanings of "sharing key", but just in case, I am talking about a string that ...
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How do I say “It looks like”?

How do I say ' It looks like' in German? I'd like to say it in this context : I looks like I am going to Germany again. Mein Versuch : Es scheint mir, dass ich wieder nach Deutschland fliege.
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How do I say “Come on” in German?

How do I say "Come on" in German? I would like to say it in this context: Come on, you can do it! My best guess: Komm schon, du kannst es schaffen! Are there any alternatives for this?
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“These are my ghosts, the spaces amid love” in German [closed]

These are my ghosts, the spaces amid love. It's a phrase of the movie "Everything Is Illuminated". How to translate it into German?
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How do I say “I am deep in thought” in German?

How do I say "I am deep in thought" in German? Tief in der Erinnerung versunken, dachte ich an meiner Mutter, die im Schaukelstuhl sass. What's another alternative for this?
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How do I say 'It made the hair on my neck stand up' in German? [closed]

How do I say It made the hair on my neck stand up' in German? I'd like to say it in this context: The horror film was so scary that it made the hair on my neck stand up.
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Übersetzung von “one of the very best”

Wie würde man den folgenden Satz ins Deutsche übersetzen? Heidelberg is one of the very best cities in Germany. Ohne das Wort "very" würde ich sagen: "Heidelberg ist eine der besten Städte ...
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How do I say 'It feels like'?

How do I say ' It feels like' in German? I want to say it in this context: The time over here is 4 in the afternoon, but it feels like 9 in the evening. Mein Versuch ist : Die Uhr ist 16 Uhr, aber es ...
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How do I say 'For God's sake' in German?

How do I say 'For God's sakes' in German? Um Gottes willen, warum bist du hingegangen? Are there other alternatives for it?
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How do I say “It's good to be curious about many things”?

How do you say "It's good to be curious about many things" in German? Es ist gut, neugierig über vieles zu sein.
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How do I say “What martial art did Bruce Lee use?” in German?

How do you say "What martial art did Bruce Lee use" in German? Welche Kampfkunst hat Bruce Lee gemacht? Bruce Lee ist der Begründer der Kampfkunst Jeet Kune Do.
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How to say “It is likely that I will be at the party tomorrow”

How can I say "It is likely that I will be at the party tomorrow"? Es ist wahrscheinlich, dass ich morgen bei der Party sein werde. Is the use of "wahrscheinlich" correct here?
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How do you say “I am in the 9th grade”?

How do you say "I am in the 9th Grade"? Ich bin in der 9ten Klasse.
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“How about going to Germany tomorrow” in German?

How do you say "How about going to Germany tomorrow" in German? Wie wär's damit, morgen nach Deutschland zu fliegen? Wie sieht es, morgen nach Deutschland zu fliegen? Are there other ...
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How to say “So, yeah…” in German?

How do you say "So, yeah" in German? E.g.: So, yeah I need to get going. Here's my attempt: Also, muss ich verlassen.
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How do you say 'in doing so' in German?

How do you say 'in doing so' in German? Reflecting images of an emerging China, all 91 grand houses of Imperial Summer Palaces were well designed by world's top-ranking architects. Furthermore, in ...
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“Join” in German

I'm searching on Internet the similar word of "join" in a sense to join a group, for example if I see some people talking together how is the better way I can say "Can I join the conversation" ...
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Translation of “I would be interested to know how it goes.”

How can I say I would be interested to know how it goes. Would it be Ich würde interessiert sein zu wissen, wie es läuft. ?
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how to invite someone to go somewhere? [closed]

I would like to know how to invite someone to go somewhere (in German). For example, I want to invite my wife to go with me to the market, or to invite her to dinner with me. PS. I am learning German ...
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Letter of Intent help [closed]

Is it correct to say: In diesen fünf Semestern besuchte ich sowohl Kurse der theoretische als auch der angewandten Mathematik und jetzt ich will mein Wissen an realen Leben ...
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American TV series with german audio or at least subtitle [duplicate]

I am looking for a web site, where i can watch american TV series with german audio if exists, to improve my german. I prefer video streaming, yet i can download, too. Thanks for the help
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Closure formula in letters [e.g “Look forward to hearing from you”]

I would like to know some closure formula for both formal and informal letters. I'm a beginner, hence I know only the classical and easy Viele Grüße, bis bald! for informal letters. I am ...
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“I want to” vs. “I like to” vs. “I have to”

How do you say the following in German? I want to eat an apple. I like to eat apples. I have to eat an apple. Can you apply the same context to all verbs?
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What is the German equivalent for these speech fillers from English: “umm…” and “like”?

Do Germans use words like "um" and "like" to fill their speech? "Like" is obviously used by teens in Canada, etc., but I'm sure adults say "um" when they are unsure of something while speaking. I'm ...
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What do they call “a software developer” in German? [closed]

What is the right word for "a software developer" in German? For example: - What do you do? - I'm a software developer.
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“I go to school at [School Name (specifically a high school)]”

How would you say this in German? I've been thinking about this on and off for almost 2 years and just got around to asking. My guess would be Ich gehe zur/in die Schule bei/an [Riverside High ...
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How do you say ' to be good at something' in German?

How do you say 'to be good at something' in German? Meine Mutter ist sehr gut dazu, dass sie das Haus sauber hält. My mother is very good at keeping the house clean. Ich bin sehr gut im ...
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why is here “Namen” instead of “Name” [closed]

99 Prozent der Anwälte geben dem Rest einen schlechten Namen. 99 percent of lawyers give the rest a bad name. Edit: Shouldn't it be "einen schlechten Name", if this is accusative. Why is -n added?
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Construction of past participle of borrowed verbs

No surprise a past participle of a verb imported from English goes with the ge- form, because it's the commonest. But I've heard Germans say gedownloadet and, on the other hand, ...
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Genitive preposition “wegen” and personal pronouns

I am wondering how to correctly form a genitive construction in German while translating a sentence from English to German. For example: English: It is broken because of you. German: Es ...
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Safety and Security Manager - How to translate to German?

Ich muss "Safety and Security Manager" auf Deutsch übersetzen. Sicherheits- und Sicherheitsmanager? Wie übersetze ich Safety und Security als zwei separate Wörter?
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Translation for “of interest to”

How would you say This video might be of interest to you. in German? I can think of Vielleicht interessiert Sie dieses Video. which would be closer to This video might interest you. I ...
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What is “It turns out that…” in standard German?

How do you say It turns out that... in German? Der Mann von gegenüber stellt sich heraus, dass er ein guter Kerl ist. Are there other ways to say it?
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What is the Deutsch equivalent of the English phrase “F@#k me”?

In English I say "f@#$ me" a lot to show annoyance with myself. So, I'm not trying to say "f@#$-me" in the sexual way such as "f@#k-me" boots etc. Is there a way to say this in the German used in ...
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Wie sagt man ' What happens if…' auf Deutsch?

How do you say ' what happens if...' ? Was wird, wenn ich ins Kino gehe, ohne meine Mutter um Erlaubnis zu bitten? Is it colloquial or standard german?
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Translation of “That is nothing to be proud of.”

How would you translate this sentence? That is nothing to be proud of. I can only think of (a) Das ist nichts, auf dem man stolz sein soll. Are there better ways to translate it?
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Any good website to practice translation *to* German?

As per the subject. I see duolingo is mostly about translation from German, which is good, but I'd like to practice the other way round. I also speak Spanish if that helps.
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Translation of “I have never been to …”

What would be the best translation for I have never been to Germany. Would it be Ich bin noch nie nach Deutschland gegangen. or Ich bin noch nie nach Deutschland gewesen. ? Also, is ...
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Why “Wo” and not “Was”?

In the following sentence why using Was instead of Wo is not possible? Wo arbeitet Hans? according to my book the only possible W-question is Wo
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“Fast” in “Ich habe den Fehler fast gemacht.”

I want to say I almost made the mistake. Is it correct to say Ich habe den Fehler fast gemacht. ? I'm not sure about the adverb "fast" here, since it is modifying the verb "gemacht" (as ...
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German Cover Letter question [closed]

I need help with the following; I am learning how to write application in German and I was wondering if the sentence below is gramatically correct: Zurzeit befinde ich mich im 3 Semester meines ...
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Meaning of “Open chest surgery is not needed when putting on a coat” [closed]

In OOP-Design exist the SOLID-principles. Many Articles about Open/Closed Principle (O in SOLID) cites the phrase in title. But it doesn't make much sense to us in the office. So maybe someone can ...
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“Hang out with friends” in German

How do I say I like hanging out with friends in German? I'm having trouble with the verb "hang out" in this meaning. From the dictionary, there are meanings of shirts/tongue hanging out, ...