German Language Stack Exchange is a question-and answer site for speakers of all levels who want to share and increase their knowledge of the German language. Questions in both, English and German are welcome.
Before asking, please consider the following to ensure that your question is welcome and on-topic here:
Please look around to see if your question has been asked before. It’s also OK to ask and answer your own question.
If your question could be answered by a dictionary, thesaurus, or another general reference, consult these. Explain why this did not help you when asking your question.
Translations requests from German to English should be restricted to cases where a profound knowledge of German is needed for understanding a phrase or an idiom. See: How do I ask good, on-topic questions about meaning, translations, or differences? and Does my translation request belong here and if not, where and how shall I ask it?
Translation requests to German should be of general interest and should provide sufficient context. Please understand that we can not be an individual translation service. Moreover, you should understand and elaborate the meaning of the word or phrase you want to translate. See: Does my translation request belong here and if not, where and how shall I ask it? and How do I ask good, on-topic questions about meaning, translations, or differences?
Do not ask requests for proofreading, translations or spell checking larger texts. Instead indicate which individual aspects you are unsure about or need help with. See: Are questions related to peer review of a text on topic?
See also: “What types of questions should I avoid asking?”
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