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"Auge" German translation




Auge is a German noun which translates to 'eye' in English. It refers to the organ of sight in humans and animals, responsible for detecting light and converting it into electrochemical impulses in neurons.

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Meaning: eye

Sie hat blaue Augen.

She has blue eyes.

Meaning: sight

Das ist ein wunderschöner Anblick für die Augen.

That is a beautiful sight for the eyes.

Meaning: eyeball

Der Augapfel ist empfindlich und muss geschützt werden.

The eyeball is sensitive and needs to be protected.

Meaning: glance

Er warf einen kurzen Blick auf das Buch.

He cast a quick glance at the book.

Meaning: hole

Das Auge des Nadelöhrs ist sehr klein.

The eye of the needle is very small.


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A1: Ich habe blaue Augen.

A1: I have blue eyes.

A1: Er hat ein Auge auf sie geworfen.

A1: He has cast an eye on her.

A1: Sie schließt die Augen und schläft ein.

A1: She closes her eyes and falls asleep.

B1: Die Sonnenbrille schützt meine Augen vor der Sonne.

B1: The sunglasses protect my eyes from the sun.

B1: Ich habe gestern einen Augenarzttermin vereinbart.

B1: I made an appointment with an eye doctor yesterday.

B1: Er hat das Bild mit bloßem Auge gesehen.

B1: He saw the picture with the naked eye.

C1: Nachdem er seine Brille verloren hatte, konnte er kaum noch etwas erkennen.

C1: After he lost his glasses, he could hardly see anything anymore.

C1: Der Künstler malte jedes Detail des Porträts mit größter Sorgfalt.

C1: The artist painted every detail of the portrait with great care.

C1: Das Auge des Sturms ist der ruhigste Teil eines Wirbelsturms.

C1: The eye of the storm is the calmest part of a hurricane.

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The eye is one of the most complex organs in the human body, consisting of several parts that work together to provide vision. These include the cornea, iris, pupil, lens, retina, and optic nerve. Each part has a specific function that contributes to the overall process of seeing.

In addition to its role in vision, the eye can also provide important information about a person's health. For example, changes in the appearance or function of the eye can be an indication of underlying medical conditions such as diabetes or high blood pressure.

The study of the eye and its diseases is known as ophthalmology. Ophthalmologists are medical doctors who specialize in diagnosing and treating eye disorders. They use a variety of tools and techniques to examine the eye and determine the best course of treatment for each patient.

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