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German - English (British) translations for "Ozean"

"Ozean" German translation





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Meaning: ocean

Der Ozean ist sehr tief.

The ocean is very deep.

Meaning: ocean (figurative)

Sie ertrank in einem Ozean von Tränen.

She drowned in an ocean of tears.

Meaning: ocean (poetic)

Die Sonne versinkt im Ozean.

The sun sets in the ocean.


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A1: Der Ozean ist groß.

A1: The ocean is big.

A2: Ich mag den Ozean.

A2: I like the ocean.

A2: Wir schwimmen im Ozean.

A2: We swim in the ocean.

B1: Der Ozean ist tief und geheimnisvoll.

B1: The ocean is deep and mysterious.

B1: Viele Tiere leben im Ozean, wie zum Beispiel Haie und Delfine.

B1: Many animals live in the ocean, such as sharks and dolphins.

B2: Die Verschmutzung des Ozeans hat schwerwiegende Auswirkungen auf die Umwelt.

B2: Ocean pollution has serious effects on the environment.

C1: Die Erkundung der Tiefsee des Ozeans ist eine große Herausforderung für die Wissenschaftler.

C1: Exploring the deep sea of the ocean is a great challenge for scientists.

C1: Der Atlantische Ozean trennt Europa von Amerika.

C1: The Atlantic Ocean separates Europe from America.

C2: Die Ozeane spielen eine wichtige Rolle im globalen Klimasystem.

C2: The oceans play an important role in the global climate system.

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The word 'Ozean' is a German noun that translates to 'ocean' in English. It refers to a vast body of saltwater that covers most of the Earth's surface. Oceans are important for various reasons, including their role in regulating the climate, providing habitat for countless marine species, and serving as a source of food and resources for human populations.

There are five major oceans on Earth: the Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean, Southern Ocean, and Arctic Ocean. These oceans are interconnected and form a continuous body of water that spans across continents. Each ocean has its own unique characteristics, such as temperature, salinity, and marine life.

The study of oceans is known as oceanography, which involves understanding the physical, chemical, biological, and geological aspects of these vast bodies of water. Scientists use various tools and techniques to explore the depths of the oceans and uncover their mysteries. Oceans play a crucial role in shaping our planet's climate and weather patterns, making them an essential area of study for scientists and researchers.

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