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German - English (British) translations for "Wasser"

"Wasser" German translation




Wasser is the German word for water, which is a clear, colorless, odorless, and tasteless liquid that is essential for all known forms of life.

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Meaning: water

Ich trinke gerne Wasser.

I like to drink water.

Meaning: tap water

Das Leitungswasser in Deutschland ist von hoher Qualität.

The tap water in Germany is of high quality.

Meaning: aquatic

Der Fisch ist ein wasserlebendes Tier.

The fish is an aquatic animal.

Meaning: waterway

Die Donau ist ein wichtiger Fluss in Europa.

The Danube is an important waterway in Europe.

Meaning: watercolor

Sie malt gerne mit Wasserfarben.

She likes to paint with watercolors.


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A1: Ich trinke Wasser.

A1: I drink water.

A1: Das Wasser ist kalt.

A1: The water is cold.

A2: Ich kaufe eine Flasche Wasser.

A2: I buy a bottle of water.

B1: Gestern habe ich viel Wasser getrunken.

B1: Yesterday, I drank a lot of water.

B1: Wenn du durstig bist, kannst du Wasser trinken.

B1: If you are thirsty, you can drink water.

B2: In den heißen Sommermonaten wird viel Wasser benötigt.

B2: A lot of water is needed in the hot summer months.

C1: Nachdem ich das Glas Wasser ausgetrunken hatte, füllte ich es wieder auf.

C1: After finishing the glass of water, I refilled it.

C1: Um die Pflanzen zu gießen, sollte man am besten Regenwasser verwenden.

C1: To water the plants, it's best to use rainwater.

C2: Die Wasserversorgung der Stadt wurde durch einen Rohrbruch unterbrochen.

C2: The city's water supply was interrupted due to a pipe burst.

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Water is one of the most important substances on Earth. It covers about 71% of the planet's surface and is vital for the survival of all living organisms. Water plays a crucial role in many biological processes, such as photosynthesis, respiration, and digestion. It also helps regulate body temperature and acts as a lubricant for joints and organs.

In Germany, water is considered a precious resource and is protected by strict laws and regulations. The country has some of the highest standards for drinking water quality in the world. Most Germans get their drinking water from public water supplies, which are carefully monitored to ensure they meet these standards. In addition to drinking water, water is also used for a variety of purposes in Germany, such as irrigation, industrial processes, and energy production.

Despite its importance, water is often taken for granted and wasted. In Germany and around the world, efforts are being made to conserve water resources and reduce water pollution. These include measures such as improving wastewater treatment, promoting water-efficient technologies, and raising awareness about the importance of water conservation.

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