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German - English (British) translations for "Buch"

"Buch" German translation




Buch is a German noun that translates to 'book' in English. It refers to a written or printed work consisting of pages glued or sewn together along one side and bound in covers.

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Meaning: book

Ich lese ein Buch.

I am reading a book.

Meaning: beech

Der Wald ist voller Buchen.

The forest is full of beech trees.

Meaning: ledger

Er führt ein sorgfältiges Buch über seine Ausgaben.

He keeps a careful ledger of his expenses.

Meaning: volume

Die Enzyklopädie besteht aus mehreren Bänden.

The encyclopedia consists of several volumes.

Meaning: copy

Kann ich bitte eine Kopie des Buches haben?

Can I please have a copy of the book?


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A1: Ich lese ein Buch.

A1: I am reading a book.

A1: Das Buch ist interessant.

A1: The book is interesting.

A1: Wo ist das Buch?

A1: Where is the book?

B1: Ich habe das Buch gestern gekauft.

B1: I bought the book yesterday.

B1: Er liest das Buch seit einer Woche.

B1: He has been reading the book for a week.

B2: Das Buch wird von vielen Menschen gelesen.

B2: The book is being read by many people.

C1: Das Buch, das ich gelesen habe, war sehr spannend.

C1: The book that I read was very exciting.

C1: In dem Buch werden wichtige Themen behandelt.

C1: Important topics are addressed in the book.

C2: Das Buch hat einen großen Einfluss auf die Leser gehabt.

C2: The book has had a great influence on the readers.

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Books have been an important part of human culture for centuries, serving as a means of communication, education, entertainment, and preservation of knowledge. The German word Buch encompasses all types of books, including novels, textbooks, biographies, poetry collections, and more.

In Germany, reading is a popular pastime and the country has a rich literary tradition. Many famous authors such as Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Thomas Mann, and Franz Kafka were German speakers and their works are still widely read today. The German publishing industry is also thriving with numerous publishers producing books in various genres.

With the rise of digital technology, the way people consume books has changed significantly. However, physical books remain popular among many readers who enjoy the tactile experience of holding a book in their hands and turning its pages. As such, the German word Buch continues to hold significance in modern society.

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