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German - English (British) translations for "Eis"

"Eis" German translation





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Meaning: ice cream

Ich esse gerne ein Eis im Sommer.

I like to eat ice cream in the summer.

Meaning: ice

Das Eis auf dem See ist dick genug zum Schlittschuhlaufen.

The ice on the lake is thick enough for ice skating.

Meaning: frost

Die Pflanzen sind erfroren, weil es gestern Nacht starkes Eis gab.

The plants froze because there was heavy frost last night.

Meaning: glaze

Der Kuchen hat eine leckere Zuckerglasur aus weißem Eis.

The cake has a delicious white glaze made of icing sugar.

Meaning: ice cube

Kannst du mir bitte ein paar Eiswürfel für meinen Drink geben?

Can you please give me some ice cubes for my drink?


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A1: Ich esse gerne Eis.

A1: I like to eat ice cream.

A2: Kannst du mir ein Eis kaufen?

A2: Can you buy me an ice cream?

A2: Das Eis schmilzt in der Sonne.

A2: The ice is melting in the sun.

B1: Gestern habe ich ein leckeres Eis gegessen.

B1: Yesterday I ate a delicious ice cream.

B2: Wenn es warm ist, esse ich gerne ein erfrischendes Eis.

B2: When it's hot, I like to eat a refreshing ice cream.

B2: Meine Schwester hat sich zwei Kugeln Eis bestellt.

B2: My sister ordered two scoops of ice cream.

C1: Nach dem Essen genehmigte ich mir eine Portion Eis als Nachtisch.

C1: After dinner, I treated myself to a serving of ice cream for dessert.

C1: In der Eisdiele gibt es eine große Auswahl an verschiedenen Eissorten.

C1: There is a wide selection of different ice cream flavors at the ice cream parlor.

C2: Die Eismaschine wurde entwickelt, um das Herstellen von hausgemachtem Eis zu erleichtern.

C2: The ice cream machine was developed to make homemade ice cream easier.

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Eis is a German noun that translates to 'ice' in English. It refers to the solid form of water that occurs below its freezing point. Eis can be found naturally in the form of icebergs, glaciers, and frozen lakes, as well as artificially produced in freezers or by freezing water in various shapes and flavors.

In Germany, Eis is not only used to describe frozen water but also commonly refers to ice cream. German Eis is known for its rich and creamy texture, wide variety of flavors, and high quality ingredients. It is often enjoyed in cones or cups and can be topped with various toppings such as chocolate sauce, whipped cream, or fruit.

Eis plays an important role in German culture and is a popular treat during the summer months. Ice cream parlors, known as 'Eisdielen' or 'Eisdiele,' can be found throughout Germany offering a wide selection of Eis flavors. Some popular traditional German Eis flavors include Vanille (vanilla), Schokolade (chocolate), Erdbeere (strawberry), and Zitrone (lemon).

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