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German - English (British) translations for "Begriff"

"Begriff" German translation




The German noun 'Begriff' translates to 'concept' or 'notion' in English.

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Meaning: concept

Der Begriff der Freiheit ist für viele Menschen wichtig.

The concept of freedom is important to many people.

Meaning: term

Kannst du mir den Begriff 'Nachhaltigkeit' erklären?

Can you explain the term 'sustainability' to me?

Meaning: idea

Ich habe eine neue Geschäftsidee im Begriff.

I have a new business idea in mind.

Meaning: notion

Er hat keine Ahnung von der grundlegenden Begriffe der Mathematik.

He has no understanding of the basic notions of mathematics.

Meaning: understanding

Das Buch vermittelt ein besseres Begriff über die Geschichte des Landes.

The book provides a better understanding of the country's history.


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A1: Was bedeutet der Begriff 'Freundschaft'?

A1: What does the term 'friendship' mean?

A1: Ich verstehe den Begriff nicht.

A1: I don't understand the term.

A1: Kannst du mir den Begriff erklären?

A1: Can you explain the term to me?

B1: Der Begriff 'Nachhaltigkeit' wird immer wichtiger.

B1: The concept of 'sustainability' is becoming increasingly important.

B1: In diesem Buch werden verschiedene Begriffe ausführlich behandelt.

B1: This book extensively covers various concepts.

B1: Es ist schwierig, den Begriff in eine andere Sprache zu übersetzen.

B1: It is difficult to translate the term into another language.

C1: Der Begriff 'Künstliche Intelligenz' umfasst verschiedene Technologien und Anwendungen.

C1: The term 'Artificial Intelligence' encompasses various technologies and applications.

C1: In der Philosophie gibt es unterschiedliche Begriffsdefinitionen von Wahrheit.

C1: In philosophy, there are different conceptual definitions of truth.

C1: Die Diskussion drehte sich um den Begriff der Gerechtigkeit.

C1: The discussion revolved around the concept of justice.

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The word 'Begriff' is derived from the verb 'begreifen', which means 'to grasp' or 'to understand'. As a noun, 'Begriff' refers to an abstract idea or mental representation of something. It is often used to describe a general understanding or comprehension of a particular subject or topic.

'Begriff' can also be used in a more specific sense to denote a term or a concept within a particular field of study. For example, in philosophy, 'Begriff' is often used to refer to a fundamental concept or category that helps define and explain other concepts.

In everyday language, 'Begriff' is commonly used to express the idea of having a clear understanding or knowledge about something. It can also imply the ability to mentally grasp or comprehend complex ideas or theories.

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