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

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Ist es “die” Webseite und “der” Link?

Ich habe all meine Computerkenntnis in den USA erlernt, und deshalb verstehe ich kaum, wie man technische Sachen nennt, und ob man die, der oder das sagt. Könnte mir jemand helfen, die folgenden ...
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Deutsch für “can't be unseen”

Ich bin auf die englische Redewendung "can't be unseen" gestoßen. Vermutlich ist sie von "can't be undone" (kann nicht rückgängig gemacht werden) abgeleitet. Ich würde gerne wissen, ob man "can't be ...
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When do we use prepositions “in der” and “in dem”?

What is the difference between in der and in dem? Of course, I know in der is for masculine nouns but I'm not able to understand when we have to use in dem.
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Translation of “I would be lying if I said that …”

I would be lying if I said that I'm not stressed about the upcoming test. How can this be translated into German? Ich würde lügen, wenn ich sagen würde, dass ich über die kommende Prüfung ...
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What is a “full beam master suite”? [on hold]

I am currently reading a small article about a luxury yacht and there was the term "full beam master suite" used to describe one of the staterooms... Does anyone have an idea or even a German ...
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What is the German equivalent of the English phrase “Fuck me”?

In English I say "fuck me" a lot to show annoyance with myself. So, I'm not trying to say "fuck-me" in the sexual way such as "fuck-me" boots etc. Is there a way to say this in the German used in ...
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Does it make sense to use the verb spend/verbringen with regards to time in German?

In English, one can use the verb spend with units of time. You can say, for example: "spend your time how you want" or "spend your days and nights like that" Are there German idiomatic ...
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Idiom for “none of my business”

What's the German idiom for Nothing to do with me! or It's none of my business! where the English have an exclamation mark for emphasis?
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Ausdrucksstarkes deutsches Wort oder Wortgebilde für “Big Data”?

Nur aus Interesse, weiß jemand oder hat jemand eine Idee für ein gutes Wort für "Big Data"? Alle Synonyme, durch die ich bis jetzt geblättert habe, sind etwas platt. Vielleicht "Endlos Daten" war ...
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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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What does “left side mode” mean? [closed]

Does anybody know what "left side mode" could mean in German? Unfortunately, there isn't any context given. Kind regards
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Translation for a weird sentence [closed]

without knowing any context or anything specific I have to translate the sentence "Radiant of Efficiency Jewel." (Which isn't a real sentence even as far as I can see) into German. But than I started ...
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Translation of “better than I thought it would be”

The show was better than I thought it would be. How can we translate this into German? I think (a) Die Aufführung war besser als ich dachte. already captures the meaning of the sentence, ...
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“High school” in German?

I’m trying to translate the term high school into German. However this is proving to be difficult since the school systems in the U.S. are different from Germany. Using Dict.cc and Linguee, I’ve ...
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“Sequential”, “procedural” and “planner” in German: difference between words and their translations

For a vocabulary list I'm making I need to translate the words "sequential" (adj.), "procedural" (adj.) and "planner" (n.). All are being used in the context of describing people, but I haven't been ...
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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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Difference between “einfach” and “nur”

I was wondering what the difference between einfach and nur is. einfach = just, simply nur = just, simply, only What other differences in usage are there?
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“Each and every” auf Deutsch ausdrücken - wie?

dict.cc gibt einige Beispiele für die Übersetzung von "each and every" in Abhängigkeit vom Objekt, z. B. "each and every one of us" wird übersetzt als "jeder einzelne von uns". Als Standardübersetzung ...
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German Partner to Talk to? [closed]

Would someone like to add me on skype and IM in German, I would really like to improve it? =D *If this type of question isn't allowed I'm sorry. I'm lonely... XD
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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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Ein digitales Foto “teilen” (vom Englischen to share)

Meistens wird das Englische "to share" mit dem Verb "teilen" plump in das Deutsche übersetzt. Im Englischen wird das Verb "to share" dafür verwendet wenn man zum Beispiel ein digitales Foto jemand ...
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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. A lot of suggestions came up for the word "runaway" and I chose only ...
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How would you say “What would you like to be famous for” [closed]

In a context of asking someone what they would like to be famous for.
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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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Translation of “I couldn't care less”

What would be the closest translation to the sentence "I couldn't care less." It is similar in meaning to Es ist mir egal. (It doesn't matter to me) but I think it's not quite the same. ...
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“All things being equal” auf deutsch

Was ist eine gute (d. h. für geschriebenes Deutsch) Übersetzung des englischen All things being equal...
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How do you say “I was driving when it happened.” seeing as German has no Progressive Tense?

I'm confused because I know German does not have Progressive Tenses as English does. So how do you get around the "-ing" part?
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Translation of “She is too talkative for my liking”

If I want to say that I don't like someone because she talks too much, how should I say it? Sie redet zu viel nach meinem Geschmack? Basically I am looking for the right words for "to my ...
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Deutsches Wort für »Main Theme« (Titelmusik eines Videospiels)

Ich suche eine gute Übersetzung für den englischen Begriff main theme. Diese Bezeichnung findet man besonders im Internet häufig für die Titelmusik eines Films oder Videospiels; bspw. wäre Dragonborn ...
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Translation for “Wow, I can't believe it!” [closed]

I would like to translate something like: "Wow, that's amazing! I cannot almost believe it!" What would be the best and most common German way to say that?
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How to say “Sorry that I am late”?

I would like to know how to express “Sorry that I am late” in German. What would be the best and most common way to say that? Would any of the following be right? Entschuldigung / Entschuldigen ...
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How to say “Sorry, not now, I am too busy”

I would like to be able to express Sorry, not now, I am too busy, or simply the idea that I am busy right now. I am not sure what to choose between besetzt and beschäftigt to say busy. I don´t really ...
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Translation of “Please call me Bill”

How would you translate Please call me Bill. Would it be Bitte nennen Sie mich Bill. or Bitte heißen Sie mich Bill. or some other verbs?
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Übersetzung von “I like her as a friend”

I like her as a friend. Wie kann man das ins Deutsche übersetzen? Wenn man als Ich mag sie wie eine Freundin. übersetzt, dann ist es nicht klar, ob mit "Freundin" eine feste Freundin ...
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“I call bullshit” – German counterpart?

I cannot come up with a good German counter-part to: I call bullshit. Some things I pondered so far include: Das ist Blödsinn. So’n Blödsinn. My problem is that these directly refer ...
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Translation of “profit formula”

In this article by Mark Johnson, the term profit formula is used. He describes it like so: The profit formula is the blueprint that defines how the company creates value for itself while providing ...
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Translation of “I find my job exciting”

I find my job exciting. Wie übersetzt man das ins Deutsche? Ich finde meine Arbeit aufregend. Die vorgeschlagenen Übersetzungen von exciting sind aufregend, sensationell, reizvoll, spannend ...
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Translation for the word “spoiled”: “verzogen”?

Which word would you use to translate the English adjective spoiled, like in the example: He is really a spoiled kid. Would you recommend using the word verzogen? Is that what most people would ...
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Dativpräpositionen – how to say “I am going to Anna's House”?

I'm a total beginner and I'd like to cover one of the Dativpräpositionen basics in German. Which of the following sentences is the most correct and complete form of saying "I am going to Anna's ...
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“safekeeping” in German?

I want to translate the word "safekeeping" to German, but not in the context of the word "Aufbewahrung". Rather, I want it to describe a type of person, kind of like in the following definition ...
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Wie übersetzt man “I am chemistry student” ins Deutsche? [closed]

Wie übersetzt man I am chemistry student. ins Deutsche? I speak Spanish.
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Parameters of Reasoning - auf Deutsch?

In einem englischsprachigen philosophischen Artikel von Iris Marion Young, über den ich in einem Seminar sprechen werde, heißt ein Abschnitt "Parameters of Reasoning". Wie würde das ins Deutsche ...
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How to translate “add” as in “add me on Skype”?

How to translate the "add" when talking about social networks? Please add me on Skype. I'll add you on Facebook.
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Ich bin mir bewusst vs mir ist bewusst

Beides wird als I'm aware ins Englische übersetzt. Gibt es dazwischen irgendeinen Unterschied in Bezug auf die Bedeutung? Oder ist es halt eine Sache der Ausdrucksweise.
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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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Übersetzung von “Guess what!”

Guess what! I met your sister yesterday! Wie kann man das ins Deutsche übersetzen? Würde die direkte Übersetzung Rate mal! Ich habe gestern auf deine Schwester getroffen! funktionieren? Was ...
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German word for “suspension” / “suspended harmony” (music theory)

I'm searching for a German word for suspension, referring to music theory. Suspension as in suspended harmony. From Wikipedia: A suspension (SUS) (sometimes referred to as a syncope) occurs when ...
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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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Comparison of German words describing various degrees of a romantic relationship

Among some of the words that I have been running into are Beziehungen which I understand to be the general translation for the word relationship. Verhältnis which in some places seems to mean a ...
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Which infinitive to use with “sein”?

I've looked around a bit and I haven't been able to figure this out: I often say things in English like, "I am excited to eat lunch" I'm not sure which form of the infinitive to use. Would it be: ...