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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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Bedeutung von »in der Leitung sein«

Ich lese jetzt das Buch Milch und Kohle von Ralf Rothmann um mein Deutsch zu üben. Auf Seite 12 steht der Satz: Das Telefon klingelte, ein gedämpfter Ton unter der Brokathülle, und ich lief ins ...
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Natural translation for Wort-Bild-Marke [closed]

One way I find reviewed human translations of non-dictionary words or phrases is to find the identical Wikipedia page in another language. I came across Wort-Bild-Marke, which has no "In anderen ...
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Entsprechender Term für “K-mer” (Englisch)

Ich arbeite seit einiger Zeit an einem Essay zur algorithmischen Bearbeitung der DNA und wühle mich dabei mehr schlecht als recht durch englische Quellen, vor allem, weil ich die darin vorkommende ...
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Unsure about the meaning of the words “unvergleichbare”, “generische”, “erhalten” in the text given [closed]

I tried to translate the following text into German. The result is attached below. Honest and unique compliments. As a girl, you get a lot of generic ones, such as, "You have really pretty eyes" ...
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Where can i find a realiable English to German translator [closed]

I am writing a fanfiction of Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha. Since the Belkan Language is identified to be German i want to be able to reliably translate a number of spells which have english names to ...
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Correct sentence for “to motivate” usage

I am writing a summary for the project I have completed. For this I need the translation of the sentence: "A system for children to motivate them to make sports". For this which of the following ...
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Zwiebelschmalz auf Englisch [closed]

Ich versuche grade, Zwiebelschmalz[1] ins Englische zu übersetzen. Ich habe es mit "onion lard" versucht, was ein ziemlich erfolgloser Versuch war, da sich lard normalerweise auf Schweinefett bezieht ...
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What are some options for “catch you later” in both a figurative and a literal sense?

What are some options for "catch you later", as in either "to catch up with at a later time" (figurative sense) and in, for instance, a race, that is "to physically catch up with someone"? I am ...
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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 to translate “ernsten Oper” in Nietzsche

— Sehr verschieden steht es mit der ernsten Oper: 'Serious opera' or 'dramatic opera'? Or opera seria? Or 'tragic opera'? He mentions Rossini, whose operas date from the early 19th century. Here ...
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Translation of “seine Persönlichkeit zu kennen, hilft dir dabei, diesen Schlüssel zu finden”

Jeder Mensch hat einen Schlüssel zu seinem Herzen, und seine Persönlichkeit zu kennen, hilft dir dabei, diesen Schlüssel zu finden. can be translated as: Every man has to know a key to his ...
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Streiten vs sich streiten

Was genau ist der Unterschied zwischen den beiden? Die beiden werden meistenteils als entweder "to argue" oder "to quarrel" übersetzt. Kann "to fight over something" eine der Möglichkeiten sein? Wenn ...
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Past-tense Translations - figuring rules [closed]

I'm trying to figure out a couple of grammatical rules, and the easiest way for me to do that would be if I had translations of the following sentences. He had wanted a cat. I think "er hatte ...
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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 “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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Most efficient way to learn German? [closed]

There have already been a few duplicates regarding how to learn German efficiently; however, my question may be a slight variant. (If it's not distinct enough, please let me know and I will delete.) ...
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What is “Your favorite movies teaching you new languages” in German? [on hold]

Your favorite movies teaching you new languages. I was already given two different translations. Google translate says: "Ihre Lieblingsfilme vermitteln wir Ihnen neue Sprachen." A half speaking ...
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Technical translation of thesis description for Lebenslauf [closed]

I’m attempting to translate my thesis description into German for my CV. Firstly, is this even necessary/advisable? (I will probably be applying for positions with German job descriptions.) If so, ...
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“in deiner Abwesenheit von ihm” oder “in deiner Abwesenheit zu ihm”?

I saw some translators translate "in your absence from him" into "In deiner Abwesenheit von ihm" and some into "in deiner Abwesenheit zu ihm". So which one is correct and do they have the same meaning ...
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How do you say “He was like i dunno” in German?

How do you say "He was like I dunno" in German colloquially and formally? Can I use wie or also? Did tell him that you're in love with him? Yes, I did and he was like I don't know Hast du ...
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How would these two sentences be translated into German? [closed]

Can anyone help me translate these lines into German? "Get 2 free Lufthansa tickets to fly anywhere in the world (limited time only)." "Lufthansa is giving away 2 free tickets to all Facebook ...
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Was bedeutet dieses englische Schild? [closed]

Ich habe in dem Spiel Portal 2 dieses Schild gefunden. Jedoch kann ich mir dieses Schild nicht übersetzen. Ich vermute das es sich dabei um etwas umgangssprachliches handelt das nicht normal übersetzt ...
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Translation of “So treten vor allem…” [closed]

What is the correct translation for the following sentence into English? It is not quite clear what the meaning of the word treten here is. So treten vor allem die Rubriken zurück, es fehlen schon ...
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Which sentence sounds more familiar to a native German? [closed]

Which of the following sentences sounds more familiar to a native speaker of German? Das war mir und bleibt ein Traum, den ich mir in Erfüllung gehen wünsche or Das war mir und bleibt ein ...
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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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'Da war doch noch was' [closed]

This phrase has been discussed extensively elsewhere, but how would one best convey the meaning of 'Da war doch noch was'? there was something there(that I can't think of right now) there is one ...
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English translation for the party motto: “Oben hui, unten Pfui” [closed]

In Germany, there's a party motto called "Oben hui, unten Pfui". Is there an English version of this motto? If not, could be a proper translation?
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How to translate “durch das Bundesverwaltungsamt” from German to Spanish? [closed]

I would like to translate this from German to Spanish durch das Bundesverwaltungsamt It is on my Apostille document which I wish to translate.
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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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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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Meaning of “einfach” [closed]

I tried to translate "einfach" with the dictionary but I couldn't find a proper translation for this sentence: "Ich lasse Fleisch einfach weg" The meaning should be (when I eat)"I leave the meat ...
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I am looking for an accurate translation [closed]

I am looking for the German translation for "Respect Above All" In the sense meaning, Respect above anything else, or Respect is the highest priority.
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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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On “bei sich” in translation [closed]

Abbas will keinen Israeli mehr bei sich dulden Does that mean, Abbas doesn't want to tolerate any Israelis any more? I think (I'm almost sure, that is) that this is a good rendering of the ...
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Translation of “If they would make me choose between the red car and the blue car, I would choose the red one” into German [closed]

"Wenn sie mich unter das rotes Auto und das blaues Auto auswählen lassen würden, würde ich auswählen das Rotes" is that translation correct? and is there a german verb meaning "to make someone choose ...
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How do you say this in German? [closed]

How do you say, "I have been to Germany and Israel."
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“A proposito” auf Deutsch [closed]

"A proposito" ist eine Italienische Redewendung, die man (meistens) am Anfang des Satzes benutzt. Wie wäre es auf Deutsch? Das soll nicht literarisch, sondern eher umgangsprächlich, unformell sein.
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German equivalent to “It’s delicious is what it is!” [closed]

Are there any expressions similar to It’s *** is what it is! which can be use to respond to a question about what something is?
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Wie heißen die Metrokacheln eigentlich im englischen Orginal? [closed]

Ich probiere gerade die Windows-8-Beta aus und hab schon herausgefunden, dass die Knöpfe, die das Startmenü ersetzen, jetzt Kacheln heißen. Leider hat sich Wikipedia noch nicht dieser neuen ...
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What does “siehste mal” mean? [closed]

I'm trying to find a translation, but it seems to be so informal that it doesn't appear properly in dictionaries. The context would be like: A: Do you know Hans? B: The new guy? A sends a picture B: ...