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

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Wie heißt in einer Zahnarztpraxis der Angestellte, der Kundentermine und Bezahlungen behandelt?

Es gibt den Arzt, die Krankenschwester/Behandlungsassistenten, aber oft auch eine "Sekretärin" die am Telefon antwortet, usw. Wie aber heißt die Funktion im Titel der Frage genannte ...
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“for each of the two” in German?

I would like to say "for each of the two" in German in a context sort of like however, I do not know whom I should contact for each of the two courses. The only way I could think to translate ...
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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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“gehört” vs. “gehört zu”

Welches von diesen beiden ist korrekt oder wird häufiger gebraucht? "Es gehört jemandem" oder "es gehört zu jemandem" Wenn ich richtig verstanden habe, wird "es gehört jemandem" als "it's his" ...
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Wie sagt man “Well-stated questions” and “formal answers” auf Deutsch?

Well I'm writing this short story about an Austrian mathemacian who came up with the mathematical notions of "well-stated questions" and "formal answers" and, to make it look more real, I would like ...
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Translation of “someone will remind you of the danger”

(Meaning "will make you remember of the danger", "will make you think about the danger" and so on). My attempt: Jemand wird dich an die Gefahr erinnern However I'm almost sure that it's not a ...
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Is there any other way to say “I don't care” in German

Is there any other phrase to express "Das ist mir egal" (I don't care) in German?
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Good German phrase for “lone wolf”? [closed]

I am looking for a good German word(s) for the English "(a)lone wolf". Practically I am looking for not only a simple dictionary translation, but for a secondary/metaphorical meaning as well, if it ...
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Äquivalent zu “when things go south”

Gibt es im Deutschen ein Äquivalent zu dem Ausdruck "when things go south" (= "wenn die Situation schlechter wird"), das auch darauf aufbaut, dass "südlich" als "nach unten" im Sinne von "schlechter" ...
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What is the difference between “verdachten” and “vermuten”?

What is the difference between "verdachten" and "vermuten" and am I using the proper words in my translations of the popular American songs: (Du weiss) ich liebe dich, sehr geliebte Jedes Tag ...
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Übersetzung von »least of all«

He hardly ever scolded someone – least of all Jane. Wie übersetzt man das ins Deutsche? Ich habe die Übersetzungen von least of all nachgeschlagen, und die Vorschläge am wenigsten und am ...
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How would you translate “small things that matter” in a casual way

I would like to know the translation of this: "Sometime it is the small thing that matters the most". Would this sound correct in casual way "Manchmal kleine Dinge die meisten Fragen."
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“without me” in German

I got confused while making a German sentence meaning: How you can enjoy your time without me? How can I translate the without me part? Does it depend on the case, like "wie"? For example: ...
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How to say the following in German and “habe” or “hatte”?

Original: I didn't see her and when I realized it was her, it was already too late. Übersetzung: Ich hatte sie nicht gesehen, und when ich hatte realized es war sie, es war schon zu spat. ...
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Wie sagt man “Not in a million years!” auf Deutsch?

Willst du meine Freundin sein? - Nicht in einer Million Jahren! Wie sagt man Not in a million years auf Deutsch?
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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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Translation of “It could have worked”

You suggested an idea to your boss to solve a problem that your team was facing. Your boss ignored your idea, and instead implemented her own idea. It failed. You would like to say to your friend that ...
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How do I say “get real” in German?

How do I say "get real" in German? I'd like to say it in this context: A: Are you my girlfriend? B: Get real!
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“I am awesome like that”

How would I say phrases like the following in German: A: Woah, did you delete your one-year-old account? B: Yes, and I am awesome like that*. Or C: What a nice question, how come it got ...
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How do you say “I was awoken by the crying of the baby” in German?

At 3 o'clock in the morning I was awoken by the crying of the baby. I had to pick her up and give her to her mom. Um 3 Uhr morgens wurde ich vom Schreien des Babys geweckt. Ich musste sie vom Bett ...
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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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“passive aggressive” in german?

What is the German word / expression for "passive aggressive"? The closest I've found, would be, how one might expect, passiv aggressiv (see here). Unfortunately this term only really seems to be ...
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Übersetzung von “I am a PhD student in chemistry”

I am a PhD student in chemistry. Wie übersetzt man das ins Deutsche? (a) Ich bin Doktorstudent in Chemie. (b) Ich bin PhD Student in Chemie. In einer Antwort zu dieser Frage wurde ...
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Übersetzung von “looked to have earned a valuable point”

The goal looked to have earned a valuable point for the team. Wie würde man das übersetzen? Zwei Versuche: (a) Das Tor sah aus, einen wertvollen Punkt für die Mannschaft gewonnen zu haben. ...
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Can one say “sich in das Pyjama einwickeln” in German

Can one say "sich in das Pyjama einwickeln" in German. I would like to avoid the word "schlüpfen" in this phrase, as I am using it in another part of the sentence. Thanks.
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how do I say “junior level programmer” in german?

I need to say "I am a programmer of a junior level" in german. Can it be translated as "ein Programmierer von junior-ebene?". Maybe it's better to use english word "Level" in the german ...
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How to translate “Do you miss him”?

I would like to translate this simple sentence into German. Are the following translations correct? Fehlt er Dir? Vermisst er Dich? Vermisst Du ihn? Is there a different usage of fehlen or ...
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How do you say “I walked in the park” in German?

How do Germans say "I walked in the park/in the woods yesterday"? My dictionary translates to walk as (spazieren) gehen and laufen. I thought to walk, as in I walked in the woods, didn't indicate a ...
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How do I say “this gives me the creeps” in German?

Dieses Haus daneben gibt uns Gänsehaut = The house next door gives us the creeps.
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How do I say “to go trick or treating” in German?

How do I say "to go trick or treating" in German? Here's my attempt: Ich gehe morgen mit meinen Freunden Trick or Treaten.
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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 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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Translation of “May all your dreams and wishes come true”

You want to say to your friend on her birthday May all your dreams and wishes come true. A direct translation would be (a) Möge all deine Träume und Wünsche wahr werden. But as it was ...
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“Ein Foto nehmen” und “Take a photo”: verständlich, idomatisch?

I can take a photo for you. Eine vom Wörterbuch vorgeschlagene Übersetzung: Ich kann ein Foto für dich machen. Wäre die direkte Übersetzung Ich kann ein Foto für dich nehmen. völlig ...
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Übersetzung von “something for you to amuse yourself with”

Here is something for you to amuse yourself with while waiting. Wie kann man das ins Deutsche übersetzen? (a) Hier ist etwas, mit wem du dich während der Wartezeit amüsieren kannst. ...
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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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I have allowed (smth) vs. I have been allowed (smth)

If I am correct I have allowed smth would be rendered in German as Ich habe etwas gedurft and I have been allowed smth would be rendered as Ich bin etwas gedurft worden. Are these correct? If not, ...
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Basic Deconstruction of German [closed]

I'm reading a book called "The Four Hour Chef" at the moment, and if anyone here knows the book, or its author Tim Ferriss, you might know that he has a fascinating method for generating a basic ...
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Wie sagt man “at your own time” auf Deutsch?

Arbeitest du zu deiner eigenen Zeit? (Ich versuche Do you work at your own time? zu übersetzen.) Wie sagt man at your own time auf Deutsch? Ich weiß nicht, ob zu deiner eignen Zeit hier richtig ...
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Translation of “Your name means in Spanish «The new land»”

What should I use Dein Name heißt auf/im Spanisch(em) "das neue Land". or Dein Name bedeutet auf/im Spanisch(em) "das neue Land". Which one above is the most common form? First ...
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Which of these German sentences is grammatically correct?

Ich bin kein Mensch, der sofort mit jemanden aufhören kann zu lieben. or Ich bin kein Mensch, der sofort mit jemanden zu lieben aufhören kann. and my requested meaning in English is "I am ...
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“However” in a dependent clause

I want so say something like this in English: However, if the edge graph is not connected … I think this is something like: Wenn das Diagramm jedoch nicht verbunden ist, … However, I'm not ...
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“What do you do for fun?” auf Deutsch

I want to ask someone what they do in spare time (i.e. not at work). In English I would say, "What do you do for fun?" How would I express this in German? Would it be: Wie machst du Spaß?
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How do you say “You are something”?

How do you say "You are something" in German? I'd like to say it in this context : Why can't you meet my Parents??!! You're something, you know that?! Here's my attempt. Can one say: Du bist ...
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Can “to be more exact” be translated as “um genauer zu sein”?

I would like to use it in this context: Ich lebe auf den Philippinen, um genauer zu sein, dem Visayas-Gebiet.
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What is a power clean called in German?

The barbell exercise called power clean is similar to a regular clean (umsetzen), but caught higher. What is it called in German? See also: a video of a power clean.
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“Das ist gut zu wissen” or “Gut zu wissen”?

Gut zu wissen, dass meine Familie rüber nach Kalifornien kommt, um Weihnachtsfest mit mir zu begehen. Is gut zu wissen a correct translation for good to know? Or can one also say it this way? ...
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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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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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“Made strong through the struggles”

My family is from Germany, I don't know how to speak the language, although my grandfather was fluent. His favorite phrase was "Made strong through the struggles" and I believe it went something like ...