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German - English (British) translations for "Dampf"

"Dampf" German translation





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Meaning: steam

Der heiße Dampf stieg aus dem Kessel auf.

The hot steam rose from the boiler.

Meaning: vapor

Die Flüssigkeit verdampft und wird zu Dampf.

The liquid evaporates and turns into vapor.

Meaning: puff

Er blies einen Dampf aus seinem Mund.

He blew out a puff of air from his mouth.

Meaning: smoke

Dunkler Dampf stieg aus dem Schornstein auf.

Dark smoke rose from the chimney.

Meaning: enthusiasm

Sie ist voller Dampf und Energie.

She is full of enthusiasm and energy.


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A1: Der Dampf steigt auf.

A1: The steam rises.

A1: Die Tasse ist voller Dampf.

A1: The cup is full of steam.

A1: Ich trinke gerne heißen Dampf.

A1: I like to drink hot steam.

B1: Der kochende Topf gibt Dampf ab.

B1: The boiling pot releases steam.

B1: Der Zug dampft aus dem Bahnhof.

B1: The train steams out of the station.

B2: Die alte Lokomotive dampfte durch die Landschaft.

B2: The old locomotive chugged through the countryside.

B2: Der Wasserkocher wird gleich anfangen zu dampfen.

B2: The kettle will start steaming soon.

C1: Der heiße Kaffee dampfte verführerisch in der Tasse.

C1: The hot coffee steamed seductively in the cup.

C1: Nach dem Regenguss stieg der Dampf von den nassen Straßen auf.

C1: After the downpour, steam rose from the wet streets.

C2: Die Dampfmaschine revolutionierte die Industrie im 19. Jahrhundert.

C2: The steam engine revolutionized the industry in the 19th century.

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The German noun 'Dampf' translates to 'steam' in English. It refers to the gaseous state of water, which is formed when water is heated to its boiling point and undergoes a phase change from liquid to gas.

Steam is commonly used for various purposes, such as generating power in steam engines, heating buildings, cooking food, and sterilizing equipment in industries like healthcare and food processing.

In everyday life, we encounter steam in activities like taking hot showers, using steam irons for laundry, or seeing steam rise from a boiling kettle. Understanding the concept of 'Dampf' helps us appreciate the role of steam in our daily lives and its significance in different applications.

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