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German - English (British) translations for "Nase"

"Nase" German translation





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Meaning: nose

Sie hat eine große Nase.

She has a big nose.

Meaning: snout

Der Hund schnüffelte mit seiner feuchten Nase an der Tür.

The dog sniffed at the door with its wet snout.

Meaning: spout

Die Kanne hat einen langen Ausguss an der Nase.

The jug has a long spout on its nose.

Meaning: tip

Pass auf, dass du dich nicht an der heißen Nase des Bügeleisens verbrennst.

Be careful not to burn yourself on the hot tip of the iron.


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A1: Meine Nase ist kalt.

My nose is cold.

A1: Ich habe eine große Nase.

I have a big nose.

A2: Meine Nase juckt.

My nose itches.

B1: Sie hat sich die Nase gebrochen.

She broke her nose.

B1: Er riecht den Duft mit seiner empfindlichen Nase.

He smells the scent with his sensitive nose.

B2: Die Nase des Hundes zitterte vor Kälte.

The dog's nose trembled from the cold.

C1: Der Chirurg führte eine Nasenkorrektur durch.

The surgeon performed a nose correction.

C1: Ihre Nase war rot vom kalten Wind.

Her nose was red from the cold wind.

C2: Der Geruch drang in meine Nase und weckte Erinnerungen an meine Kindheit.

The smell entered my nose and awakened memories of my childhood.

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The word 'Nase' is a German noun that translates to 'nose' in English. It refers to the organ on the face of humans and animals that is used for breathing and smelling.

In German, 'Nase' can also be used metaphorically to describe someone who is nosy or curious about other people's business. For example, if someone is always asking personal questions, they might be called a 'Naseweis'.

Additionally, 'Nase' can be used in idiomatic expressions such as 'die Nase voll haben', which means to be fed up or have had enough of something.

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