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17 votes
11 answers
4k views

How to express "fizzle out" in German

13 votes
5 answers
619 views

Translation of "to turn out": "ausfallen", "geraten", "gelingen"?

12 votes
7 answers
2k views

Expressing "getting into something" in German

10 votes
1 answer
2k views

Difference between zurechtkommen, auskommen, and klarkommen

10 votes
2 answers
1k views

How to properly say asset/assets in German

8 votes
5 answers
2k views

How to properly say "bail on somebody" in German?

8 votes
2 answers
1k views

What is the difference between "antreten" and "konkurrieren"?

6 votes
2 answers
291 views

Correct usage of the words "selbstständig" and "eigenständig"

6 votes
2 answers
102 views

To slog through something

6 votes
1 answer
369 views

The difference between "eigen" and "eigenartig"

6 votes
2 answers
181 views

I'm in a tangle, with the word "tangle"

6 votes
2 answers
743 views

"gemütlich" vs. "behaglich"

5 votes
2 answers
246 views

How to say "discomfort" in German?

5 votes
3 answers
1k views

Is there a major difference between "einstellen" and "verstellen"?

5 votes
3 answers
850 views

Difference between "auftreten" and "erscheinen"?

5 votes
1 answer
108 views

prallen aufeinander, or X prallt auf Y?

5 votes
3 answers
285 views

"nachdenklich" vs. "gedankenvoll"

5 votes
2 answers
404 views

The brain-bending "widersetzen"

5 votes
8 answers
4k views

To "hit home" in German

5 votes
6 answers
254 views

Expressing "To give something an X spin/bias" in German

4 votes
2 answers
293 views

I've messed up the heads of many people with my German, but how can I express this?

4 votes
2 answers
709 views

The difference between “nähern” and “annähern”

4 votes
1 answer
2k views

How to "grow closer/get close to" somebody in German

4 votes
1 answer
200 views

To "give something a boost" in German

4 votes
5 answers
2k views

What's the best way to translate "ausfeilen" in English?

4 votes
3 answers
232 views

How to say in german: "it would keep me from having to...."

4 votes
5 answers
231 views

To "soften the impact" in German

4 votes
1 answer
369 views

The meaning of "sich etwas (dative) anschließen"

4 votes
3 answers
284 views

Difference between "mündig", "volljährig", and "reif"

4 votes
3 answers
398 views

Expressing "getting stuck with something" in German