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Übersetzung - Questions on issues while translating from or to German. Use with care as these questions are very likely to be closed as a translation request, which would be off topic. Don't use this tag on phrase requests or proverb analogies.

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Yes. As regards washing the dishes, I would say: Du bist mit dem Geschirrspülen dran.
answered Jun 27 '12 by The_Fritz
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Menschen essen und trinken. Tiere fressen und saufen. You use a different verb, depending on who is eating or drinking. Herr Meier frisst. would translate: Mr. Meier is eating like an anim …
answered May 21 '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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From time to time, for example in the PM-Magazine, I have seen the literal translation "Fragen und Antworten" - abbreviated "F & A". See the result of the Google Search and the Wikipedia article on …
answered Jul 4 '12 by The_Fritz
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The most common phrase would be: Viel Spaß bei der Ausstellung! The word "Messe" usually refers to a trade fair
answered May 11 '12 by The_Fritz
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jemanden bewerten is used like "to judge someone" in English jemanden beurteilen rather refers to grades and performance jemanden verurteilen to condemn or convict someone jemande …
answered May 29 '12 by The_Fritz