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German - English (British) translations for "Wunder"

"Wunder" German translation





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Meaning: miracle

Das ist ein Wunder!

That is a miracle!

Meaning: wonder

Ich frage mich, was das für ein Wunder ist.

I wonder what kind of wonder that is.

Meaning: marvel

Die Natur ist voller Wunder.

Nature is full of marvels.

Meaning: prodigy

Sie ist ein wahres Wunderkind.

She is a true prodigy.

Meaning: phenomenon

Dieses Phänomen ist wirklich ein Wunder.

This phenomenon is truly a wonder.


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A1: Das ist ein Wunder!

A1: This is a miracle!

A1: Ich habe ein Wunder gesehen.

A1: I have seen a miracle.

A1: Sie hat ein Wunder vollbracht.

A1: She has performed a miracle.

B1: Es war ein Wunder, dass er den Unfall überlebt hat.

B1: It was a miracle that he survived the accident.

B1: Das Kind wünschte sich sehnlichst ein Wunder.

B1: The child desperately wished for a miracle.

B2: Die Medizin hat viele Wunder vollbracht.

B2: Medicine has performed many miracles.

C1: Das Wunder der Technologie ermöglicht uns heute Dinge, die früher undenkbar waren.

C1: The wonder of technology allows us to do things today that were unthinkable in the past.

C1: Die Natur birgt unzählige Wunder, die es zu entdecken gilt.

C1: Nature holds countless wonders waiting to be discovered.

C2: Der Künstler erschafft wahre Wunderwerke aus seinen Gedanken und Ideen.

C2: The artist creates true masterpieces from his thoughts and ideas.

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The German noun 'Wunder' translates to 'wonder' or 'miracle' in English. It is derived from the Old High German word 'wuntar', meaning 'marvel'. In German, 'Wunder' can refer to a remarkable event or phenomenon that cannot be explained by natural or scientific laws.

In everyday usage, 'Wunder' is often used to describe something extraordinary, amazing, or unexpected. It can be used metaphorically to express astonishment or admiration for someone's abilities or achievements. For example, if someone performs exceptionally well in a competition, they might be called a 'Wunderkind', which means a child prodigy.

In religious and spiritual contexts, 'Wunder' is associated with divine intervention and supernatural occurrences. The concept of miracles plays an important role in various religions, including Christianity, where miracles are seen as signs of God's power and presence.

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