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German - English (British) translations for "Kopf"

"Kopf" German translation




Kopf is a German noun that translates to 'head' in English.

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Meaning: head (part of the body)

Ich habe Kopfschmerzen.

I have a headache.

Meaning: mind

Er hat einen klugen Kopf.

He has a clever mind.

Meaning: top (of something)

Der Berg hat eine schneebedeckte Spitze.

The mountain has a snow-covered top.

Meaning: leader (of a group)

Sie ist der Kopf des Teams.

She is the leader of the team.


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Ich habe Kopfschmerzen.

I have a headache.

Er hat den Ball mit dem Kopf getroffen.

He hit the ball with his head.

Sie hat einen klugen Kopf.

She has a clever mind.

Sein Kopf ist voller Gedanken.

His head is full of thoughts.

Ich werde ihm den Kopf waschen, wenn er so weitermacht.

I will give him a piece of my mind if he continues like this.

Der Chef hat ihm den Kopf gewaschen, weil er zu spät gekommen ist.

The boss scolded him because he was late.

Ich hätte mir beinahe den Kopf gestoßen.

I almost bumped my head.

Er hat sich den Kopf zerbrochen, um eine Lösung zu finden.

He racked his brain to find a solution.

Wenn ich könnte, würde ich meinen Kopf abnehmen und ihn ausruhen lassen.

If I could, I would take off my head and let it rest.

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The word Kopf is used to refer to the uppermost part of the human body, which contains the brain, eyes, ears, nose, and mouth. It is also where the hair grows from. The head plays an important role in many aspects of human life, including communication, perception, and cognition.

In addition to its anatomical meaning, Kopf can also be used metaphorically to refer to the mind or intellect. For example, someone might say 'Ich habe den Kopf voll mit Ideen' (I have my head full of ideas) to indicate that they are thinking creatively or have a lot of thoughts on a particular topic.

Kopf is a versatile word that appears in many common German expressions and idioms. For instance, 'den Kopf verlieren' (to lose one's head) means to become confused or overwhelmed, while 'jemandem den Kopf verdrehen' (to turn someone's head) means to make someone fall in love with you or become infatuated.

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