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German - English (British) translations for "Blatt"

"Blatt" German translation





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Meaning: leaf

Das Blatt fällt vom Baum.

The leaf falls from the tree.

Meaning: sheet

Ich brauche ein Blatt Papier.

I need a sheet of paper.

Meaning: page

Bitte schlagen Sie das Blatt um.

Please turn the page.

Meaning: newspaper

Hast du heute die Zeitung gelesen?

Did you read the newspaper today?

Meaning: card

Kannst du mir ein Blatt zum Schreiben geben?

Can you give me a card to write on?


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A1: Das Blatt ist grün.

The leaf is green.

A1: Ich habe ein Blatt Papier.

I have a sheet of paper.

A1: Die Bäume verlieren im Herbst ihre Blätter.

The trees lose their leaves in autumn.

B1: Er hat das Blatt umgedreht.

He turned the page.

B1: Sie schrieb den Text auf ein Blatt Papier.

She wrote the text on a sheet of paper.

B2: Die Zeitung druckt täglich neue Blätter.

The newspaper prints new pages daily.

B2: Er hat das Blatt gewendet und eine andere Perspektive eingenommen.

He changed his perspective and took a different approach.

C1: Das Blatt wendete sich, als die Wahrheit ans Licht kam.

The tide turned when the truth came to light.

C1: Der Künstler gestaltete das leere Blatt zu einem Meisterwerk.

The artist transformed the blank canvas into a masterpiece.

C2: Mit jedem neuen Blatt entfaltet sich die Geschichte weiter.

With each new chapter, the story unfolds further.

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The German noun 'Blatt' translates to 'leaf' in English. It refers to the flattened, typically green structure that is attached to a stem or branch of a plant. Leaves are essential for photosynthesis, as they contain chlorophyll, which enables plants to convert sunlight into energy.

In addition to their role in photosynthesis, leaves also play a crucial role in respiration and transpiration. They release oxygen into the atmosphere and absorb carbon dioxide, helping to maintain the balance of gases in the environment. Leaves come in various shapes and sizes, depending on the plant species, and can be simple or compound.

Furthermore, 'Blatt' can also refer to a sheet of paper or any thin, flat object. In this context, it is commonly used to describe a piece of paper used for writing, drawing, or printing. The word 'Blatt' can be found in expressions such as 'ein Blatt Papier' (a sheet of paper) or 'ein Blatt im Wind' (a leaf in the wind), illustrating its versatility.

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