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German - English (British) translations for "Apfel"

"Apfel" German translation




Apfel is the German word for apple.

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Meaning: apple (fruit)

Ich esse jeden Tag einen Apfel.

I eat an apple every day.

Meaning: apple (tree)

Der Apfelbaum trägt viele Früchte.

The apple tree bears many fruits.

Meaning: apple (computer)

Mein neuer Laptop ist ein Apple.

My new laptop is an Apple.

Meaning: apple (symbol of temptation)

Der Apfel steht für die Versuchung.

The apple represents temptation.


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A1: Ich esse einen Apfel.

A1: I am eating an apple.

A1: Der Apfel ist rot.

A1: The apple is red.

A2: Kannst du mir bitte einen Apfel geben?

A2: Can you please give me an apple?

B1: Gestern habe ich einen saftigen Apfel gegessen.

B1: Yesterday, I ate a juicy apple.

B1: Meine Mutter hat einen Kuchen mit Äpfeln gebacken.

B1: My mother baked a cake with apples.

B2: Wenn ich Zeit habe, werde ich Apfelsaft machen.

B2: If I have time, I will make apple juice.

C1: Die Apfelernte war in diesem Jahr besonders reichhaltig.

C1: The apple harvest was particularly abundant this year.

C1: In der Region gibt es viele Apfelplantagen.

C1: There are many apple orchards in the region.

C2: Die Sorte Granny Smith ist für ihren säuerlichen Geschmack bekannt.

C2: The Granny Smith variety is known for its tart taste.

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The word Apfel is a noun in the German language that refers to the fruit known as apple in English. It is one of the most commonly used words in everyday conversation and writing in Germany, Austria, and other German-speaking countries.

The Apfel is a versatile fruit that comes in various colors, such as red, green, or yellow. It has a round shape with a stem at the top and a core containing seeds inside. Apples are known for their sweet or tart taste and are often eaten raw or used in cooking and baking.

In German culture, apples hold symbolic significance and are associated with health, fertility, and wisdom. They are also a popular ingredient in traditional dishes like apple strudel and Apfelkuchen (apple cake). Additionally, Apfelwein (apple wine) is a popular alcoholic beverage made from fermented apples.

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