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German - English (British) translations for "Marke"

"Marke" German translation





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Meaning: brand

Diese Marke ist sehr bekannt.

This brand is very well-known.

Meaning: mark

Die Lehrerin hat meine Arbeit mit einer guten Marke bewertet.

The teacher graded my work with a good mark.

Meaning: stamp

Ich habe eine Briefmarke auf den Umschlag geklebt.

I stuck a stamp on the envelope.

Meaning: make

Welche Marke ist dein Auto?

What make is your car?

Meaning: badge

Der Polizist trug eine Marke an seiner Uniform.

The police officer wore a badge on his uniform.


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A1: Ich kaufe eine Marke für meinen Brief.

A1: I buy a stamp for my letter.

A1: Kannst du mir bitte eine Marke geben?

A1: Can you please give me a stamp?

A1: Wo kann ich eine Marke kaufen?

A1: Where can I buy a stamp?

B1: Die Marke auf dem Produkt zeigt die Herkunft an.

B1: The label on the product indicates its origin.

B1: Welche Marken bevorzugst du beim Einkaufen?

B1: Which brands do you prefer when shopping?

B1: Sie hat ihre eigene Modelinie unter ihrer Marke gestartet.

B1: She launched her own fashion line under her brand.

C1: Die Marke hat sich einen guten Ruf in der Modebranche erarbeitet.

C1: The brand has earned a good reputation in the fashion industry.

C1: Das Unternehmen investiert viel in die Markenbildung und Werbung.

C1: The company invests heavily in brand building and advertising.

C1: Die Luxusmarke hat ihren Sitz in Paris.

C1: The luxury brand is based in Paris.

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The German noun 'Marke' translates to 'brand' in English. It refers to a distinctive name, symbol, design, or combination thereof that identifies and differentiates a product, service, or company from others in the market.

In the business world, building a strong brand is crucial for companies to establish their reputation and attract customers. A successful brand creates recognition, trust, and loyalty among consumers. It represents the values, personality, and promise of a company or product.

Brands can be found in various industries such as fashion, technology, food, and automotive. They often invest significant resources in marketing and advertising to promote their products or services and build brand awareness.

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