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"Presse" German translation




Presse is a German noun that refers to the media or press, including newspapers, magazines, and other forms of journalism.

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Meaning: press

Die Presse berichtet über die neuesten Ereignisse.

The press reports on the latest events.

Meaning: printing press

Die Gutenberg-Presse revolutionierte den Buchdruck.

The Gutenberg press revolutionized book printing.

Meaning: media

Die freie Presse ist ein wichtiger Bestandteil einer demokratischen Gesellschaft.

A free press is an important component of a democratic society.

Meaning: ironing press

Ich muss noch meine Hemden bügeln, kannst du mir die Presse leihen?

I still need to iron my shirts, can you lend me the ironing press?

Meaning: crowd

Aufgrund des großen Andrangs bildete sich eine Presse vor dem Eingang.

Due to the large crowd, a press formed in front of the entrance.


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A1: Ich lese die Presse jeden Morgen.

A1: I read the press every morning.

A1: Die Presse berichtet über aktuelle Ereignisse.

A1: The press reports on current events.

A1: In der Presse steht, dass es morgen regnen wird.

A1: The press says that it will rain tomorrow.

B1: Die Presse hat das Skandal aufgedeckt.

B1: The press uncovered the scandal.

B1: Die Presse hat den Politiker hart kritisiert.

B1: The press criticized the politician harshly.

B2: Die Presse hatte bereits über den Vorfall berichtet, als ich davon erfuhr.

B2: The press had already reported on the incident when I found out about it.

B2: Die Presse wird voraussichtlich morgen einen Artikel über das Thema veröffentlichen.

B2: The press is expected to publish an article on the topic tomorrow.

C1: Die Presse hätte genauer recherchieren sollen, bevor sie die falschen Informationen veröffentlichte.

C1: The press should have done more thorough research before publishing the wrong information.

C1: Es ist wichtig, dass die Presse unabhängig und objektiv berichtet.

C1: It is important that the press reports independently and objectively.

C2: Die Presse hat eine entscheidende Rolle bei der Aufdeckung von Korruption in der Regierung gespielt.

C2: The press has played a crucial role in exposing corruption in the government.

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In Germany, the Presse plays an important role in shaping public opinion and providing information to citizens. This includes traditional print publications like newspapers and magazines, as well as online news sources and broadcast media. The Presse is often seen as a watchdog for democracy, holding those in power accountable and providing a platform for diverse voices and perspectives.

The history of the Presse in Germany dates back centuries, with the first newspaper published in 1605. Over time, the industry has evolved and adapted to new technologies and changing political climates. During the Nazi era, for example, the government tightly controlled the press and used it as a tool for propaganda. After World War II, press freedom was enshrined in the German constitution as a fundamental right.

Today, the Presse continues to face challenges such as declining readership and revenue, as well as threats to journalistic integrity from fake news and disinformation campaigns. However, many journalists and media organizations remain committed to upholding the principles of a free and independent press in Germany.

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