- adj.德国的; 德国人/语的; 德国文化的;
- 复数: Germans;
Their unit was shelling the German lines only seven miles away.
The average German will enjoy 40 days' paid holiday this year.
They were conversing in German, their only common language.
German cameras at knock-down prices flooded the British market.
Immediately to our right the old German summer resort was awakening.
German law forbids the dumping of hazardous waste on German soil.
Tony Woodcock has joined German amateur team SC Brueck as coach.
Horst, a German from Hamburg, was a true original.
Spaniards are worried about German investors deserting Spain for Eastern Europe.
Few officers thought that a German-Czech war could be localized.
The German authorities are considering an airlift if the situation becomes critical.
On the aeroplane I was befriended by a delightful German woman.
Their German peers had a more developed sense of citizenship.
At midnight, the German flag will be raised over the Reichstag.
Susan and the girl were still nattering away in German.
It is usually agreed that a German, Karl Benz, built the first motor car in 1885.
It could not succeed without German cooperation.
Once, just after I returned from my year in Vienna, I was asked to translate for a German judge at an Olympiclevel horse event.
Before the War, much of Britain's food was imported and when German U-boats began attacking ships bringing food to the country, Britain went on rations (配给).
The German traveler Johann Winckelmann pioneered the field of art history with his comprehensive study of Greek and Roman sculpture; he was portrayed by his friend Anton Raphael Mengs at the beginning of his long residence in Rome.
Andrea Flack of the Max Planck Institute found that birds following traditional migration routes were more likely to die than German storks that flew only as far as northern Morocco, and spent the winter there on rubbish dumps.
While fully 64% of all U.S. high school graduates attend college of some point in their life, just 30% of the comparable German population, 28% of the French, 20% of the British, and 37%of the Japanese proceed beyond high school.
subsidiary of a German company.
The German railways, 2 billion ponds a year.
The German authorities are sending investigators to discover the cause of the plane crash late yesterday on the island of Tenerife.
The plane, a Boeing 737, taking German holiday makers to the island crashed into a hillside as it circled while preparing to land
Esperanto's vocabulary is drawn primarily from Latin, the Roman's languages, English and German.
So, how is your German class going, John?
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This phrase is associated with the German designer Hartmut Esslinger.
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This saying is associated with the German-born architect Mies Van Der Rohe.
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In the early 1900s in North America, German-born American anthropologist Franz Boas developed a new theory of culture known as historical particularism.
If left to themselves, such trends will diminish the relative strength of the English language in international education markets as the demand for educational resources in languages, such as Spanish ,Arabic or Mandarin grows and international business process outsourcing in other language such as Japanese, French and German, spreads.
1. a person of German nationality
2. the standard German language; developed historically from West Germanic
1. of or pertaining to or characteristic of Germany or its people or language;
2. of a more or less German nature; somewhat German;
"his Germanic nature"
"formidable volumes Teutonic in their thoroughness"