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German - English (British) translations for "Schnee"

"Schnee" German translation




Schnee is the German word for snow.

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Meaning: snow

Der Schnee bedeckt die Landschaft.

The snow covers the landscape.

Meaning: powder

Ich habe mir etwas Schnee ins Gesicht geworfen.

I threw some powder in my face.

Meaning: snuff

Er nahm eine Prise Schnee.

He took a pinch of snuff.

Meaning: frost

Die Pflanzen sind durch den Schnee erfroren.

The plants froze due to the frost.

Meaning: slush

Nach dem Regen verwandelte sich der Schnee in Matsch.

After the rain, the snow turned into slush.


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A1: Der Schnee ist weiß.

A1: The snow is white.

A2: Im Winter fällt oft Schnee.

A2: Snow often falls in winter.

A2: Ich mag es, im Schnee zu spielen.

A2: I like to play in the snow.

B1: Gestern hat es den ganzen Tag geschneit.

B1: It snowed all day yesterday.

B1: Wenn es schneit, muss man vorsichtig fahren.

B1: When it snows, you have to drive carefully.

B2: Nächste Woche wird es wahrscheinlich wieder schneien.

B2: It will probably snow again next week.

C1: Es hat so viel geschneit, dass die Straßen gesperrt wurden.

C1: It snowed so much that the roads were closed.

C1: Nachdem es geschneit hatte, war alles mit einer dicken Schneedecke bedeckt.

C1: After it had snowed, everything was covered with a thick layer of snow.

C2: Wäre es nicht schön, wenn wir immer Schnee hätten?

C2: Wouldn't it be nice if we always had snow?

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Schnee is a common weather phenomenon in Germany, especially during the winter months. It refers to the frozen precipitation that falls from the atmosphere in the form of ice crystals. Snowflakes are unique and intricate in shape, and they can accumulate on the ground, creating a white blanket that covers landscapes.

In Germany, Schnee is often associated with winter sports and activities such as skiing, snowboarding, and building snowmen. Many people enjoy the beauty and tranquility of snowy landscapes, and it is not uncommon to see children playing in the snow or families going on sleigh rides.

While Schnee can be a source of joy and entertainment, it can also cause disruptions in daily life. Heavy snowfall can lead to road closures, flight cancellations, and difficulties in transportation. People often have to shovel snow from their driveways and sidewalks to ensure safe passage. Additionally, Schnee can create hazardous conditions on roads and sidewalks, making it important for individuals to take precautions when walking or driving in snowy conditions.

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