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German - English (British) translations for "Brot"

"Brot" German translation





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Meaning: bread

Ich esse gerne frisches Brot zum Frühstück.

I like to eat fresh bread for breakfast.

Meaning: money

Er verdient sein Brot als Arzt.

He earns his bread as a doctor.

Meaning: livelihood

Das Schreiben ist sein tägliches Brot.

Writing is his daily bread.

Meaning: core or essence

Die Liebe ist das Brot des Lebens.

Love is the bread of life.


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A1: Ich esse Brot zum Frühstück.

A1: I eat bread for breakfast.

A1: Kannst du mir bitte ein Stück Brot geben?

A1: Can you please give me a piece of bread?

A1: Ich kaufe immer frisches Brot beim Bäcker.

A1: I always buy fresh bread at the bakery.

B1: Gestern habe ich ein leckeres Brot gebacken.

B1: Yesterday I baked a delicious bread.

B1: In Deutschland gibt es viele verschiedene Sorten von Brot.

B1: In Germany, there are many different types of bread.

B1: Meine Mutter hat mir beigebracht, wie man selbst Brot macht.

B1: My mother taught me how to make bread myself.

C1: Das traditionelle deutsche Schwarzbrot wird aus Roggenmehl hergestellt.

C1: Traditional German black bread is made from rye flour.

C1: Die Bäckerei um die Ecke bietet eine große Auswahl an Bio-Brot an.

C1: The bakery around the corner offers a wide selection of organic bread.

C1: Das Baguette in diesem französischen Restaurant ist das beste Brot, das ich je gegessen habe.

C1: The baguette in this French restaurant is the best bread I have ever eaten.

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Brot is a German noun that translates to 'bread' in English. It refers to a staple food made from flour, water, and yeast or sourdough starter, which is then baked. Brot is an essential part of the German cuisine and is consumed in various forms and variations throughout the country.

In Germany, bread is considered a cultural icon and has a long history dating back to ancient times. There are numerous types of Brot available, ranging from dark rye breads to white wheat breads, each with its own unique taste and texture. Germans take great pride in their bread-making traditions and many bakeries offer a wide selection of freshly baked Brot on a daily basis.

Brot plays an important role in German meals and is often served as a side dish or used as a base for sandwiches. It is known for its crusty exterior and soft interior, making it versatile for different culinary uses. Whether enjoyed plain, with butter, or as part of a hearty meal, Brot is an integral part of German culture and cuisine.

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