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German - English (British) translations for "Wald"

"Wald" German translation





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Meaning: forest

Der Wald ist voller Bäume.

The forest is full of trees.

Meaning: woods

Wir haben einen Spaziergang durch die Wälder gemacht.

We took a walk through the woods.

Meaning: woodland

Das Haus liegt inmitten eines idyllischen Waldes.

The house is located in the middle of an idyllic woodland.

Meaning: jungle

Der Amazonas ist ein riesiger und dichter Wald.

The Amazon is a huge and dense jungle.

Meaning: grove

Wir haben uns unter den Bäumen im Obstgarten niedergelassen.

We settled down among the trees in the grove.


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A1: Der Wald ist groß und grün.

The forest is big and green.

A2: Wir machen einen Spaziergang im Wald.

We are taking a walk in the forest.

A2: Im Wald gibt es viele Tiere.

There are many animals in the forest.

B1: Die Wanderer verirrten sich im dichten Wald.

The hikers got lost in the dense forest.

B1: Der Wald wird von Förstern gepflegt.

The forest is maintained by foresters.

B2: Die Bäume im Wald haben ihre Blätter verloren.

The trees in the forest have lost their leaves.

C1: Der Wald war einst unberührt, doch nun sind viele Bäume gefällt worden.

The forest was once untouched, but now many trees have been cut down.

C1: Durch den Klimawandel leiden die Wälder unter Trockenheit und Bränden.

Due to climate change, forests suffer from droughts and fires.

C2: Der Naturschutz setzt sich für den Erhalt der Wälder ein.

Nature conservation advocates for the preservation of forests.

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The German noun 'Wald' translates to 'forest' in English. It refers to a large area of land covered with trees, plants, and wildlife.

Forests play a vital role in the ecosystem as they provide habitat for various species, help maintain biodiversity, and contribute to climate regulation by absorbing carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen through photosynthesis.

In Germany, forests are highly valued and protected. They are not only important for recreational activities like hiking and camping but also serve as a sustainable source of timber and other forest products.

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