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German - English (British) translations for "Eile"

"Eile" German translation





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Meaning: haste

Er handelte in großer Eile.

He acted in great haste.

Meaning: urgency

Die Situation erfordert schnelles Handeln und Eile.

The situation requires quick action and urgency.

Meaning: rush

Sie war spät dran und musste sich beeilen.

She was running late and had to rush.

Meaning: speed

Der Läufer sprintete mit unglaublicher Eile zum Ziel.

The runner sprinted to the finish line with incredible speed.

Meaning: hurry

Bitte haben Sie etwas Geduld, ich bin in Eile.

Please have some patience, I am in a hurry.


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A1: Ich habe Eile.

A1: I am in a hurry.

A1: Er rennt mit großer Eile.

A1: He is running with great haste.

A2: Sie hat keine Zeit, sie ist in Eile.

A2: She has no time, she is in a hurry.

B1: Wir müssen uns beeilen, sonst verpassen wir den Zug.

B1: We have to hurry, otherwise we will miss the train.

B1: Er hatte es eilig, zur Arbeit zu kommen.

B1: He was in a hurry to get to work.

B2: Ich werde mich später um die Aufgabe kümmern, jetzt habe ich andere Eilen.

B2: I will take care of the task later, now I have other priorities.

C1: Nachdem er die Prüfung bestanden hatte, war seine Eile verschwunden.

C1: After passing the exam, his haste disappeared.

C1: Die Polizei handelte mit äußerster Eile, um den Verbrecher zu fassen.

C1: The police acted with utmost haste to catch the criminal.

C2: In seiner Eile hatte er vergessen, den Ofen auszuschalten.

C2: In his haste, he had forgotten to turn off the oven.

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The German noun 'Eile' means 'haste' or 'urgency' in English. It refers to the state of being in a hurry or rushing to do something.

In German culture, punctuality and efficiency are highly valued, so it is common to hear expressions related to 'Eile' in everyday conversations. For example, phrases like 'in Eile sein' (to be in a hurry) or 'keine Zeit zu verlieren' (no time to lose) are frequently used.

Understanding the concept of 'Eile' is important when interacting with Germans, as it helps to appreciate their emphasis on timeliness and promptness.

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