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May
21
reviewed No Action Needed How do you ask for the meaning of a word in German?
May
19
revised How does the current usage of Futur I sound to native German speakers?
Fixed some grammatical issues
May
15
comment different meanings of “gleich”
@MaxRied I don't know about Bavarian, but in High German it can definitely mean either of the two, not just "very soon".
May
14
comment Komparativ gewisser Adjektivisierungen
AFAIK wird bspw. "hochwertig" üblicherweise als "höherwertig" gesteigert, aber "hochwertiger" wird auch benutzt: books.google.com/ngrams/…
May
14
comment What does “Petze” mean?
What's wrong with dict.cc/?s=petze?
May
14
awarded  Enlightened
May
14
awarded  Nice Answer
May
12
answered Why and when is the comparative degree used to express the opposite?
May
12
comment Why and when is the comparative degree used to express the opposite?
It's a real thing, though: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Komparation#Nicht_vergleichender_Gebrauch
May
9
awarded  Custodian
May
9
awarded  Custodian
May
9
reviewed Reviewed Use of “so” instead of “laut” or “zufolge”
Apr
30
comment What is the difference between “zugleich” and “gleichzeitig”?
Well observed, @DerPolyglott33. "Gleichzeitig" is more common in spoken German.
Apr
25
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
25
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
25
answered What the difference between öffnen and aufmachen?
Apr
23
answered different meanings of “gleich”
Apr
23
comment different meanings of “gleich”
@PMF: You've put you finger on the problem. "Gleich" isn't enough to unambiguously indicate urgency or "immediateness". It means both "immediately" and "in 5 minutes", which is exactly what th OP is asking about.
Apr
22
comment “doch” oder “aber”
Doch, wirst Du. :P
Apr
17
answered On the declensions of the pronoun “man”. Part II: does the dative depend on the gender of the speaker?