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German - English (British) translations for "Raum"

"Raum" German translation





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Meaning: space

Der Raum in meinem Zimmer ist begrenzt.

The space in my room is limited.

Meaning: room

Ich gehe in den Raum, um meine Jacke zu holen.

I'm going into the room to get my jacket.

Meaning: area

Dieser Raum ist für Fußgänger reserviert.

This area is reserved for pedestrians.

Meaning: scope

In diesem Projekt haben wir einen großen Handlungsspielraum.

In this project, we have a wide scope of action.

Meaning: volume

Das Glas hat einen Fassungsraum von 250 ml.

The glass has a volume capacity of 250 ml.


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A1: Der Raum ist groß.

The room is big.

A1: Wir treffen uns im Raum.

We meet in the room.

A1: Das Buch liegt auf dem Tisch im Raum.

The book is on the table in the room.

B1: Der Raum wird gerade renoviert.

The room is currently being renovated.

B1: In diesem Raum fand die Veranstaltung statt.

The event took place in this room.

B1: Der Raum war voller Menschen.

The room was full of people.

C1: Im Konferenzraum wurde eine wichtige Entscheidung getroffen.

An important decision was made in the conference room.

C1: Der Raum ist mit modernster Technologie ausgestattet.

The room is equipped with state-of-the-art technology.

C1: Die Atmosphäre im Raum war gespannt.

The atmosphere in the room was tense.

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The German noun 'Raum' translates to 'space' or 'room' in English. It refers to a physical area or a place that can be occupied or used for various purposes.

In a general sense, 'Raum' can describe any kind of space, whether it is an enclosed room, an open area, or even the concept of empty space itself. It can refer to both indoor and outdoor spaces, such as a living room, a classroom, a park, or the vastness of outer space.

Furthermore, 'Raum' can also have metaphorical meanings, representing a conceptual or abstract space. For example, it can refer to the space within one's mind or imagination, the space between objects or ideas, or the opportunity for growth and development.

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