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German - English (British) translations for "Fenster"

"Fenster" German translation





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Meaning: window

Das Fenster ist offen.

The window is open.

Meaning: windowpane

Das Fenster hat einen Riss im Glas.

The window has a crack in the glass.

Meaning: fenestration

Die Fenster des Gebäudes sind gut gestaltet.

The windows of the building are well designed.

Meaning: opportunity

Ein offenes Fenster bietet neue Möglichkeiten.

An open window offers new opportunities.


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A1: Das Fenster ist offen.

The window is open.

A1: Ich schließe das Fenster.

I close the window.

A1: Das Fenster ist groß.

The window is big.

B1: Ich öffne das Fenster, um frische Luft hereinzulassen.

I open the window to let in fresh air.

B1: Kannst du bitte das Fenster schließen? Es zieht hier rein.

Can you please close the window? There's a draft coming in here.

B1: Gestern habe ich das Fenster geputzt, es ist jetzt schön sauber.

Yesterday I cleaned the window, it's nice and clean now.

C1: Wenn ich ein Haus baue, plane ich große Fenster für viel Tageslicht ein.

When I build a house, I plan for large windows to allow plenty of daylight.

C1: Die Sonne scheint durch das Fenster und erhellt den Raum.

The sun shines through the window and brightens up the room.

C1: In der Nacht höre ich manchmal Geräusche von draußen, wenn das Fenster nicht richtig geschlossen ist.

At night, I sometimes hear noises from outside if the window is not properly closed.

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The German noun 'Fenster' translates to 'window' in English. It refers to an opening in a wall or roof of a building that allows light and air to enter and provides a view to the outside.

In Germany, windows are an essential part of every building, serving both functional and aesthetic purposes. They come in various sizes, shapes, and materials, such as wood, metal, or plastic. Windows can be opened or closed using different mechanisms, including hinges or sliding panels.

Windows play a crucial role in regulating temperature and ventilation within a building. They also contribute to the overall energy efficiency of a structure by preventing heat loss or gain. Additionally, windows often feature glass panes that provide insulation and soundproofing.

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