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German - English (British) translations for "Eisen"

"Eisen" German translation





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Meaning: iron (metal)

Das Fahrrad ist aus Eisen.

The bicycle is made of iron.

Meaning: railway

Der Zug fährt auf den Schienen aus Eisen.

The train runs on the iron rails.

Meaning: willpower

Er hat ein starkes Eisen.

He has a strong willpower.

Meaning: golf club

Er schlug den Ball mit einem Eisen.

He hit the ball with an iron.

Meaning: sternness

Sie zeigte ihre eiserne Haltung.

She showed her sternness.


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A1: Das Eisen ist schwer.

The iron is heavy.

A1: Ich habe ein Eisen im Feuer.

I have an iron in the fire.

A1: Das Eisen rostet.

The iron is rusting.

B1: Er hat das Eisen geschmolzen.

He melted the iron.

B1: Das Eisen wird für den Bau verwendet.

The iron is used for construction.

B2: Sie werden das Eisen schweißen müssen.

They will have to weld the iron.

C1: Das Eisen wurde zu einem Kunstwerk geformt.

The iron was shaped into a work of art.

C1: Die Firma produziert hochwertiges Eisen.

The company produces high-quality iron.

C2: Das Eisen könnte durch Korrosion beeinträchtigt werden.

The iron could be affected by corrosion.

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Eisen is the German word for iron. It refers to a chemical element with the symbol Fe and atomic number 26. Iron is a lustrous, silvery-white metal that is known for its strength and durability. It is one of the most abundant elements on Earth and has been used by humans for thousands of years in various applications.

In addition to being an important component of steel, iron is also found in many other materials, such as cast iron, wrought iron, and stainless steel. It is widely used in construction, machinery, transportation, and manufacturing industries. Iron is also essential for living organisms, as it plays a crucial role in the production of hemoglobin, which carries oxygen in red blood cells.

The discovery and use of iron played a significant role in human history. The Iron Age, which began around 1200 BCE, marked a major advancement in technology and civilization. Iron tools and weapons revolutionized agriculture, warfare, and trade. Today, iron continues to be a vital element in our modern society, contributing to infrastructure development and technological advancements.

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