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German - English (British) translations for "Tod"

"Tod" German translation





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Meaning: death

Der Tod ist unvermeidlich.

Death is inevitable.

Meaning: fate

Das Schicksal hat über seinen Tod entschieden.

Fate has decided his death.

Meaning: demise

Der plötzliche Tod des Königs erschütterte das Land.

The sudden demise of the king shook the country.

Meaning: ruin

Die Firma stand kurz vor dem finanziellen Tod.

The company was on the brink of financial ruin.

Meaning: doom

Die Prophezeiung verkündete den Tod der Stadt.

The prophecy foretold the doom of the city.


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A1: Der Tod ist unvermeidlich.

A1: Death is inevitable.

A1: Nach dem Tod kommt das Leben im Himmel.

A1: After death comes life in heaven.

A2: Der Tod meines Großvaters hat mich sehr traurig gemacht.

A2: The death of my grandfather made me very sad.

B1: Der Tod kann manchmal eine Erlösung sein, wenn jemand lange gelitten hat.

B1: Death can sometimes be a relief when someone has suffered for a long time.

B1: Die Trauer über den Tod eines geliebten Menschen kann lange anhalten.

B1: The grief over the death of a loved one can last a long time.

B2: Er hatte Angst vor dem Tod und konnte deshalb nicht mehr richtig leben.

B2: He was afraid of death and therefore couldn't live properly anymore.

C1: Der Tod wird oft als der große Gleichmacher betrachtet, der alle Menschen gleich behandelt.

C1: Death is often seen as the great equalizer, treating all people equally.

C1: In einigen Kulturen wird der Tod als Übergang zu einem neuen Leben angesehen.

C1: In some cultures, death is seen as a transition to a new life.

C2: Der Tod ist ein Thema, das uns alle betrifft und über das wir mehr sprechen sollten.

C2: Death is a topic that concerns us all and that we should talk about more.

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The German noun Tod translates to 'death' in English. It refers to the permanent cessation of all vital functions in a living organism.

In German culture, death is often seen as a natural part of life and is sometimes personified as a figure known as the 'Grim Reaper'. Various rituals and customs are associated with death, such as funeral ceremonies and mourning practices.

The concept of death has been explored in various artistic and literary works throughout history. It is a universal theme that evokes different emotions and interpretations, ranging from fear and sadness to acceptance and reflection.

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