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

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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 “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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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 ...
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How would you translate “but still” into German?

Es gab keinen Kaffee mehr, aber noch fragte er nach einer Tasse. There was no more coffee, but still he asked for another cup. Does aber noch fit the context?
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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 “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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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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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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How can “Constitution Council” be translated?

Context: Do you wish the Constitution Council's proposals to form the basis of a new draft Constitution? Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Icelandic_constitutional_referendum,_2012 I know ...
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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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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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How to say “ask someone out” in context of dating in German

Is "Nur fragen sie heraus" an accurate way to say "Just ask her out" in reference to dating? I am under the impression that "heraus" is more of an action as opposed to "out" in the sense of ...
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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 to say “I ate too much” in German? [closed]

How to say "I ate too much." in German? Is "I ate too much" not proper English?
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Translation of “The US National Renewable Energy Laboratory”

How would you translate The US National Renewable Energy Laboratory I would say Das amerikanische Erneuerbareenergielabor It is correct to write "Erneuerbareenergielabor" as one word? If ...
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How do you say “a runaway” in German?

A policeman found a runawaywalking along highway 75. Ein Polizist hat eine Fliehende auf dem Highway 75 entlang gehen finden. Alot of suggestions came up for the word "runaway" and I chose only ...
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How do you say “Can you imagine yourself..” in German?

How do you say "Can you imagine yourself.." in German? Kannst du dir vorstellen, ins Fitnesstudio ohne Wasser zu fahren? Nach dem Krafttraining wirst du Durst haben. Can you imagine yourself ...
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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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What are the historical reasons behind false friends English/German (and reverse)? [closed]

I've recently encountered the verb "bekommen", which, to my surprise, is not "to become" but "to receive". This is one example of a false friend English/German. One other, more evident example is ...
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Wie sagt man “Out of the corner of my eye” auf Deutsch?

Wie sagt man "Out of the corner of my eye"? In der Ecke meines Auges habe ich gesehen, wie mein Bruder aus dem Haus ging. Am I using the right word for "corner" or would another word serve ...
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How do I separate “vorziehen” from this sentence?

How can I say: ... but I would rather/would prefer to speak in German Is the following sentence correct? ... aber ich ziehe um Deutsch zu sprechen vor.
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How do you say “I am americanized” in German?

I am not sure if this sentence is right but here it goes: Ich bin amerikanisiert. Is grammatically correct? Would this be used in common speech?
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Which preposition do I use in translating: I wish I could go to Germany today

I will heute Deutschland (preposition?) gehen/fliegen.
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How do you say “growth development” in German?

Playing is very important to children because it helps with their growth development. Das Spielen ist den Kindern sehr wichtig, weil es ihrer Wachsenenwicklung hilft. Is Wachsenentwicklung the ...
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How to say “Fear makes my heart beat faster”

How do you say: Fear makes my heart beat faster, my hands cold and head ache a little. Here are my attempts: Angst verursacht, dass das Herz mir schneller klopft, meine Hände kälter werden ...
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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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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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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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Translation for “There are 20 students in my class”

There are 20 students in my class. I've read the thread on difference between es gibt/es sind, and since this example is a specific situation, it seems the translation should be Es sind 20 ...
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Is there a comprehensive searchable or online dictionary with regex support?

I mean something equivalent of "Merriam-Webster" in English that is available as a Windows application with full search compatibility or regular expressions ! Maybe you can offer some of them to me?
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Translation of “full of surprises” [duplicate]

How would you translate The world is full of surprises. Would it be (a) Die Welt ist voll Überraschungen. or (b) Die Welt ist voll von Überraschungen. or both?
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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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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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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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I need some help with a basic sentence [closed]

Is this the correct word order in this sentence? Intended sentence: "Sometimes, they can get on my nerves, but I know they are thinking about me." Manchmal, kann sie lastig sein, aber denken sie ...
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“Give me a break!”

How do you say "Give me a break" in German? Give me a break, give me a week to get a job! My translation: Verschon mich, gib mir eine Woche um einen Job zu bekommen!
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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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How do we say “Product Detail Page”? [closed]

How can I translate this to Germany? Amazon Product Detail Page This will direct link to amazon website product page Beschreibungsseite eines Amazon.de? ?