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"Gas" German translation





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Meaning: gas

Das Gas in der Küche ist ausgegangen.

The gas in the kitchen has run out.

Meaning: petrol

Ich muss noch Benzin tanken, das Auto hat nicht genug Gas.

I still need to fill up with petrol, the car doesn't have enough gas.

Meaning: gasoline

Die Preise für Gas sind gestiegen.

The prices for gasoline have increased.

Meaning: air

Der Ballon wurde mit Gas gefüllt.

The balloon was filled with air.

Meaning: gas (state of matter)

Wasser kann in flüssiger oder gasförmiger Form existieren.

Water can exist in liquid or gaseous form.


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A1: Ich kaufe Gas für meinen Herd.

A1: I buy gas for my stove.

A1: Das Auto fährt mit Gas.

A1: The car runs on gas.

A2: Wir haben gestern Gasflaschen gekauft.

A2: We bought gas cylinders yesterday.

B1: Die Heizung wird mit Gas betrieben.

B1: The heating is operated with gas.

B1: Er hat das Gas abgestellt, bevor er das Haus verlassen hat.

B1: He turned off the gas before leaving the house.

B2: Der Preis für Gas ist in den letzten Jahren stark gestiegen.

B2: The price of gas has risen sharply in recent years.

C1: Die Regierung plant, die Abhängigkeit vom importierten Gas zu verringern.

C1: The government plans to reduce dependence on imported gas.

C1: Es gibt verschiedene Arten von Gasen, wie z.B. Sauerstoff und Stickstoff.

C1: There are different types of gases, such as oxygen and nitrogen.

C2: Durch die Verbrennung von Gas entsteht Kohlendioxid.

C2: Carbon dioxide is produced by burning gas.

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Gas is a state of matter that is characterized by its ability to expand and fill the space it occupies. It consists of individual particles, such as atoms or molecules, that are in constant motion and have no definite shape or volume.

In everyday life, we encounter various types of gases. For example, air is a mixture of different gases, including nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, and others. Gases can also be found in natural gas deposits underground, which are primarily composed of methane.

Gases have several important properties. They can be compressed into smaller volumes with increased pressure and expanded when pressure is decreased. Additionally, gases are highly compressible compared to liquids and solids. Understanding the behavior of gases is crucial in many scientific fields, such as chemistry, physics, and meteorology.

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