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German - English (British) translations for "Ohr"

"Ohr" German translation





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Meaning: ear

Mein Ohr tut weh.

My ear hurts.

Meaning: audience

Das Konzert zog viele Ohren an.

The concert attracted many ears.

Meaning: handle

Der Türgriff ist am Ohr abgebrochen.

The door handle broke off at the ear.

Meaning: spout

Die Kanne hat einen Ausguss am Ohr.

The jug has a spout at the ear.


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A1: Mein Ohr tut weh.

My ear hurts.

A1: Ich habe zwei Ohren.

I have two ears.

A1: Sie trägt eine Brille hinter dem Ohr.

She wears glasses behind her ear.

B1: Ich höre gerne Musik mit meinen Ohren.

I like to listen to music with my ears.

B1: Gestern habe ich ein interessantes Hörbuch gehört.

Yesterday I listened to an interesting audiobook.

B1: Er hat sich das Gespräch am Nebentisch angehört.

He listened to the conversation at the next table.

C1: Nachdem er die Musik gehört hatte, konnte er sie nicht mehr aus dem Ohr bekommen.

After he had heard the music, he couldn't get it out of his head anymore.

C1: Die Ärzte haben ihm geraten, seine Ohren regelmäßig untersuchen zu lassen.

The doctors advised him to have his ears checked regularly.

C1: Sie ist taub auf einem Ohr und kann daher nur schwer Gesprächen folgen.

She is deaf in one ear and therefore has difficulty following conversations.

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The word 'Ohr' is a German noun that translates to 'ear' in English. It refers to the organ of hearing and balance located on the sides of the head.

The human ear consists of three main parts: the outer ear, the middle ear, and the inner ear. The outer ear includes the visible part called the pinna and the ear canal. The middle ear contains the eardrum and three small bones called ossicles, which transmit sound vibrations from the eardrum to the inner ear. The inner ear houses the cochlea, which converts sound vibrations into electrical signals that are sent to the brain for interpretation.

In addition to its role in hearing, the ear also plays a crucial role in maintaining balance. The vestibular system, located in the inner ear, helps us maintain our equilibrium by detecting changes in head position and movement.

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