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Bedeutung - Questions on definitions and nuances of words, phrases or sentences.

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The exclamation "na?" simply means: What's up?
answered May 11 '12 by The_Fritz
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"Mein Schatz" is used for lovers (and sometimes for babies and lapdogs). You wouldn't use it for platonic friends. In Vienna, some people call their friends "Schatzi". With a little irony. You can call your friend "mein Lieber" or "meine Liebe". ("lieb" with the meaning of "dear", not "beloved") …
answered Jun 17 '12 by The_Fritz
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"Die See" is the sea. "Der See" means: the lake. As Andreas Gryphius lived in the 17th century, some words may have slightly changed their meaning. I would translate Gestreckt auf wildes Kraut …
answered Jun 4 '12 by The_Fritz
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It means being in a jury for a contest in which the participants (or one of them) get prices. Preis = price, Richter = judge, Tätigkeit = activity, occupation
answered Mar 12 '14 by The_Fritz
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I would say, "Ansatz" has about the same meaning as the English word "approach": the way you deal with something. Ansatz comes from "ansetzen", which is: to place a tool before you start working. …
answered Jun 7 '12 by The_Fritz
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Unter den Bedeutungen von "schwer" findet sich auch: "schwierig, nicht leicht zu bewältigen" (siehe hier). Diese Art der Verwendung kommt aus der Umgangssprache und wird von manchen Leuten als nicht …
answered Jun 17 '12 by The_Fritz