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German - English (British) translations for "Strom"

"Strom" German translation





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Meaning: electricity

Der Strom ist ausgefallen.

The electricity is out.

Meaning: current

Die Strömung des Flusses ist sehr stark.

The current of the river is very strong.

Meaning: stream

Wir haben einen Spaziergang entlang des Stroms gemacht.

We took a walk along the stream.

Meaning: flow

Der Strom des Verkehrs war sehr stark.

The flow of traffic was very heavy.

Meaning: power

Er hat viel Strom und Einfluss in der Firma.

He has a lot of power and influence in the company.


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A1: Der Strom ist ausgefallen.

A1: The power went out.

A1: Ich habe den Stecker in die Steckdose gesteckt und jetzt fließt Strom.

A1: I plugged the plug into the socket and now there is electricity.

A1: Die Lampe funktioniert nicht, vielleicht gibt es keinen Strom.

A1: The lamp doesn't work, maybe there is no electricity.

B1: Der Stromverbrauch ist in den letzten Jahren gestiegen.

B1: Electricity consumption has increased in recent years.

B2: Wir haben unseren Stromanbieter gewechselt, um Geld zu sparen.

B2: We switched our electricity provider to save money.

B2: Es wird empfohlen, elektrische Geräte bei Nichtgebrauch vom Stromnetz zu trennen.

B2: It is recommended to disconnect electrical devices from the power grid when not in use.

C1: Er hat eine Solaranlage installiert, um seinen eigenen Strom zu erzeugen.

C1: He installed a solar system to generate his own electricity.

C1: Die Regierung fördert erneuerbare Energien, um den Ausstoß von Treibhausgasen zu reduzieren.

C1: The government promotes renewable energy to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

C2: Durch den Einsatz von Stromspeichern kann überschüssige Energie gespeichert und bei Bedarf genutzt werden.

C2: By using electricity storage, excess energy can be stored and used when needed.

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The German noun "Strom" refers to electricity in English. It is a term commonly used to describe the flow of electric charge through conductors such as wires or circuits.

In Germany, Strom is an essential part of daily life, powering homes, businesses, and industries. The country has a well-developed electrical grid that ensures a reliable supply of Strom to its citizens. Germans are known for their commitment to renewable energy sources, and a significant portion of their Strom comes from wind, solar, and hydroelectric power.

Understanding the concept of Strom is crucial in various fields such as engineering, physics, and energy management. It plays a vital role in powering devices, generating light and heat, and driving technological advancements.

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