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German - English (British) translations for "Überraschung"

"Überraschung" German translation





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Meaning: surprise

Die Überraschungsparty war ein voller Erfolg.

The surprise party was a great success.

Meaning: astonishment

Seine Reaktion war purer Überraschung.

His reaction was pure astonishment.

Meaning: amazement

Sie konnte ihre Überraschung kaum verbergen.

She could hardly hide her amazement.

Meaning: shock

Die Nachricht versetzte ihn in große Überraschung.

The news shocked him greatly.

Meaning: unexpected event

Die Überraschung des Tages war der plötzliche Besuch ihrer alten Freundin.

The unexpected event of the day was the sudden visit of her old friend.


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A1: Die Überraschungsparty war sehr schön.

A1: The surprise party was very nice.

A1: Sie hat eine Überraschung für dich.

A1: She has a surprise for you.

A1: Ich liebe Überraschungen!

A1: I love surprises!

B1: Die Überraschung war groß, als er den Preis gewann.

B1: The surprise was big when he won the prize.

B1: Wir haben uns über die gelungene Überraschung gefreut.

B1: We were happy about the successful surprise.

B1: Er wird von der Überraschung begeistert sein.

B1: He will be thrilled by the surprise.

C1: Die Überraschung hatte sich schon lange angebahnt.

C1: The surprise had been brewing for a long time.

C1: Es war keine große Überraschung, dass sie den Wettbewerb gewonnen hat.

C1: It was not a big surprise that she won the competition.

C1: Die Überraschung war so unerwartet, dass ich sprachlos war.

C1: The surprise was so unexpected that I was speechless.

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The German noun "Überraschung" translates to "surprise" in English. It is derived from the verb "überraschen", which means "to surprise".

In German culture, surprises are often seen as a positive and exciting experience. They can be used to celebrate special occasions or to show appreciation for someone. Surprises can range from small gestures like unexpected gifts or kind words, to larger events like surprise parties or trips.

Surprises can also have different effects on people. While some may enjoy being surprised and find it thrilling, others may feel anxious or overwhelmed by the unexpected. It is important to consider individual preferences and reactions when planning a surprise.

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