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German - English (British) translations for "Baum"

"Baum" German translation




Baum is a German noun that refers to a perennial plant with a single stem or trunk, supporting branches and leaves in most species.

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Meaning: tree

Der Baum steht im Garten.

The tree is in the garden.

Meaning: beam

Der Balken wurde aus einem Baumstamm geschnitten.

The beam was cut from a tree trunk.

Meaning: bone

Der Hund nagte am Baum.

The dog gnawed on the bone.

Meaning: pole

Er kletterte auf den Baum.

He climbed up the pole.

Meaning: mast

Die Segel wurden am Baum befestigt.

The sails were attached to the mast.


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A1: Der Baum ist groß.

A1: The tree is big.

A1: Ich sehe einen Baum.

A1: I see a tree.

A1: Die Blätter fallen vom Baum.

A1: The leaves are falling from the tree.

B1: Der Baum wurde vor einigen Jahren gepflanzt.

B1: The tree was planted a few years ago.

B1: In unserem Garten stehen viele verschiedene Bäume.

B1: There are many different trees in our garden.

B2: Der alte Baum wird im Frühling wieder blühen.

B2: The old tree will bloom again in spring.

C1: Die Wurzeln des Baumes reichen tief in die Erde.

C1: The roots of the tree reach deep into the ground.

C1: Der Baumstamm ist von Moos bedeckt.

C1: The trunk of the tree is covered in moss.

C2: Die Äste des Baumes wiegen sich sanft im Wind.

C2: The branches of the tree sway gently in the wind.

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In Germany, trees are highly valued for their ecological, economic, and cultural significance. The country has a long history of forestry management and sustainable use of its forests. Trees provide habitats for wildlife, help regulate the climate, and are an important source of timber and other forest products.

Baum is also an important symbol in German culture and folklore. It represents strength, longevity, and resilience. Many German cities have parks and gardens filled with different types of trees, providing shade and beauty for residents and visitors alike. In addition, Christmas trees are a popular tradition in Germany during the holiday season.

There are many different species of Baum found in Germany, including oak, beech, spruce, pine, and fir. Each species has its own unique characteristics and uses. For example, oak is prized for its strong wood and is often used for furniture and flooring. Beech is known for its smooth bark and is commonly used for decorative purposes. Spruce is used for paper production and as a building material.

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