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German - English (British) translations for "Grad"

"Grad" German translation





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Meaning: degree

Er hat einen Bachelor-Grad in Informatik.

He has a bachelor's degree in computer science.

Meaning: grade

Sie hat einen hohen Grad in Mathematik erreicht.

She has achieved a high grade in mathematics.

Meaning: level

Der Schwierigkeitsgrad dieses Spiels ist hoch.

The difficulty level of this game is high.

Meaning: extent

Der Grad der Verschmutzung ist besorgniserregend.

The extent of pollution is alarming.

Meaning: step

Wir müssen schrittweise vorgehen und jeden Grad des Plans überprüfen.

We need to proceed step by step and review every step of the plan.


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A1: Der Grad der Hitze ist hoch.

A1: The degree of heat is high.

A1: Welchen Grad hast du?

A1: What degree do you have?

A1: Ich habe den dritten Grad erreicht.

A1: I have reached the third degree.

B1: Die Temperatur steigt um einige Grade an.

B1: The temperature rises by a few degrees.

B1: Sie hat einen Bachelor-Grad in Informatik.

B1: She has a bachelor's degree in computer science.

B2: Die Preise sind in den letzten Jahren um 20 Prozent gestiegen, was zu einem hohen Grad an Inflation geführt hat.

B2: Prices have increased by 20 percent in recent years, leading to a high degree of inflation.

C1: Der Klimawandel hat zu einem erhöhten Grad an Umweltverschmutzung geführt.

C1: Climate change has led to an increased degree of environmental pollution.

C1: Seine Arbeit zeigt einen hohen Grad an Präzision und Sorgfalt.

C1: His work demonstrates a high degree of precision and care.

C2: Die Verhandlungen erreichten einen kritischen Grad, als beide Seiten ihre Positionen nicht aufgeben wollten.

C2: The negotiations reached a critical degree when both sides were unwilling to give up their positions.

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Grad is a German noun that translates to 'degree' in English. It is commonly used to refer to a unit of measurement for angles or temperature.

In the context of angles, Grad is often used as an alternative to degrees. One Grad is equal to 1/100th of a right angle, which means there are 400 Grads in a full circle. This measurement system is primarily used in some scientific and engineering fields.

When it comes to temperature, Grad is sometimes used in Germany and other German-speaking countries as an informal way to express Celsius. For example, instead of saying '20 degrees Celsius', one might say '20 Grad'. However, this usage is less common and mostly limited to colloquial speech.

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