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German - English (British) translations for "Mond"

"Mond" German translation




The German noun 'Mond' translates to 'moon' in English.

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Meaning: moon

Der Mond scheint hell in der Nacht.

The moon shines brightly at night.

Meaning: month

Ich habe im letzten Monat viel gearbeitet.

I worked a lot last month.

Meaning: lunar

Die Astronauten haben eine Mission zum Mond unternommen.

The astronauts embarked on a mission to the moon.

Meaning: world

Er lebt in seiner eigenen kleinen Welt.

He lives in his own little world.

Meaning: forehead

Sie hatte eine tiefe Falte auf ihrer Stirn.

She had a deep wrinkle on her forehead.


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A1: Der Mond scheint in der Nacht.

The moon shines at night.

A1: Ich sehe den Mond am Himmel.

I see the moon in the sky.

A2: Der Mond ist rund.

The moon is round.

B1: Gestern Abend habe ich den Mond beobachtet.

Last night, I observed the moon.

B1: Wenn es klar ist, kann man den Mond gut sehen.

When it's clear, you can see the moon well.

B2: In ein paar Tagen wird der Mond wieder voll sein.

In a few days, the moon will be full again.

C1: Die Astronauten landeten auf dem Mond im Jahr 1969.

The astronauts landed on the moon in 1969.

C1: Der Mond hat eine Anziehungskraft auf die Erde.

The moon has a gravitational pull on Earth.

C2: Die Sonnenfinsternis war ein beeindruckendes Schauspiel am Nachthimmel mit dem Mond als Hauptdarsteller.

The solar eclipse was an impressive spectacle in the night sky with the moon as the main actor.

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The word 'Mond' refers to Earth's natural satellite, which orbits around our planet. It is the only celestial body that humans have visited and is an object of fascination and wonder for people all over the world. The moon has a significant impact on various aspects of life on Earth, including tides, animal behavior, and even human emotions.

In German folklore and literature, the moon often symbolizes mystery, romance, and dreams. Many poems, songs, and stories have been inspired by its beauty and enigmatic nature. Additionally, the moon plays a crucial role in various cultural and religious traditions worldwide, with lunar calendars being used in many societies to determine important events and festivals.

Scientifically, the moon is approximately one-fourth the size of Earth and has no atmosphere or water. Its surface is covered in craters, mountains, and plains formed by meteorite impacts billions of years ago. The moon also goes through different phases as it orbits around the Earth, ranging from a full moon to a new moon. These phases are caused by the changing positions of the sun, Earth, and moon relative to each other.

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