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This may be a joke word. 1989 seems correct, but it may have been 1988. There was a writer, whose name escapes me, that did commentary in the magazine AIR International. He wrote about the aviation industry, current events, and tied them in with historical titbits. The pieces were accompanied by a cartoon that commented on some part of the text. For ...


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Frucht ist ein botanischer Begriff. Obst eher ein kulinarischer. Früchte ist der Plural im Nominativ, Akkusativ und Genitiv. Obst ist eher ein kulinarischer Begriff. Im Duden gibt es drei verschiedene Bedeutungen für das Wort "Frucht". Ich zitiere nur die erste Bedeutung, da sie zu Ihrer Frage passt: aus dem Fruchtknoten entstehender Teil der ...


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In addition to Barths answer it should be noted that neither are all Früchte Obst, nor is every Obst a Frucht. For example: Strawberries are considered Obst, while they are not a Frucht in the biological sense. Ananas is considered Obst, but is not a Frucht, but a Fruchtverband. On the other hand, peppers (Paprika) and tomatoes are Früchte but are not ...


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Obst and Frucht/Früchte are the same thing in the supermarket. Obst has no plural, which makes it easier to use, it also has no second meaning, so I would stick to that for the time being. Obststand = Früchtestand (fruit stand) Obst essen = Früchte essen Obstkuchen = Früchtekuchen (selten) Obstfliege = Fruchtfliege Obstsalat = Fruchtsalat ... Obstwasser ...


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Short answer: you refer to Obst as a culinary / cooking / baking / preparing-food term (fruit substance), whereas Frucht is a biological / botanical word (for example a tree consists of the stem, leaves, fruits...). Long answer: It is not very easy to make a 100% clear difference between them. If you say: Ich esse gerne Obst. and Ich esse gerne ...


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“Hessesch” is an adjective derived from the name „Hesse“. In the English language the same meaning is often conveyed with a genitive (though not in this case, where “hessian” is used): das Vernersche Gesetz, Verner's law. This is actually an in my opinion grammatically better construction than „Hessematrix“ (or with hyphen, never two words), but it can be ...


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Hessesche Matrix and Hesse-Matrix are synonyms. As for the spelling, you need the hyphen, because Hesse is a proper name. And you cannot omit it, since, as mentioned, it would be a Deppen Leer Zeichnen. See also this question.



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