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German - English (British) translations for "See"

"See" German translation





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Meaning: lake

Der See ist sehr schön.

The lake is very beautiful.

Meaning: sea

Wir fahren ans Meer.

We are going to the sea.

Meaning: view

Von hier aus hat man einen tollen See.

From here you have a great view.

Meaning: vision

Ich habe einen klaren See.

I have a clear vision.

Meaning: lake (in names)

Der Bodensee liegt in Deutschland, Österreich und der Schweiz.

Lake Constance is located in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland.


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A1: Ich gehe gerne an den See.

A1: I like to go to the lake.

A1: Der See ist sehr schön.

A1: The lake is very beautiful.

A1: Wir haben ein Picknick am See gemacht.

A1: We had a picnic at the lake.

B1: Letzten Sommer bin ich oft zum See gegangen.

B1: Last summer, I often went to the lake.

B1: Wenn das Wetter gut ist, werde ich morgen schwimmen gehen im See.

B1: If the weather is good, I will go swimming in the lake tomorrow.

B2: Als ich klein war, habe ich im See tauchen gelernt.

B2: When I was little, I learned how to dive in the lake.

C1: Nachdem wir gewandert waren, haben wir uns am See ausgeruht.

C1: After we hiked, we rested by the lake.

C1: Die Fischer fahren frühmorgens auf den See hinaus.

C1: The fishermen go out onto the lake early in the morning.

C2: Der See ist von einer malerischen Landschaft umgeben.

C2: The lake is surrounded by a picturesque landscape.

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The German noun 'See' means 'lake' in English. It refers to a large body of water surrounded by land, typically freshwater and larger than a pond or pool.

In Germany, there are many beautiful lakes that attract tourists from all over the world. Some famous lakes include Lake Constance, Lake Chiemsee, and Lake Tegernsee. These lakes offer various recreational activities such as swimming, boating, and fishing.

The word 'See' can also be used metaphorically to refer to the sea or ocean. However, when specifically talking about the sea or ocean, Germans usually use the word 'Meer'.

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