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German - English (British) translations for "Zeit"

"Zeit" German translation




Zeit is a German noun that translates to time in English. It refers to the indefinite continued progress of existence and events in the past, present, and future.

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Meaning: time

Ich habe keine Zeit.

I have no time.

Meaning: age

Er ist in den besten Jahren seiner Zeit.

He is in the prime of his age.

Meaning: era

Die Renaissance war eine bedeutende Zeit für die Kunst.

The Renaissance was a significant era for art.

Meaning: weather

Das Wetter war die ganze Zeit schlecht.

The weather was bad the whole time.


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Ich habe keine Zeit für dich.

I don't have time for you.

Die Zeit vergeht schnell.

Time passes quickly.

Ich verbringe viel Zeit mit meiner Familie.

I spend a lot of time with my family.

In der heutigen Zeit ist es wichtig, digital versiert zu sein.

In today's time, it is important to be digitally savvy.

Die Zeit heilt alle Wunden.

Time heals all wounds.

Wir haben uns seit langer Zeit nicht mehr gesehen.

We haven't seen each other in a long time.

Ich werde nächstes Jahr meine Zeit besser planen.

Next year, I will plan my time better.

Seitdem ich meinen Job gewechselt habe, habe ich mehr Freizeit zur Verfügung.

Since I changed my job, I have more free time available.

Wenn ich die Zeit zurückdrehen könnte, würde ich einiges anders machen.

If I could turn back time, I would do some things differently.

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In German culture, Zeit is highly valued and respected. Punctuality is considered a virtue, and being on time for appointments and meetings is expected. Germans are known for their efficiency and productivity, which can be attributed to their strong work ethic and respect for time.

The concept of Zeitgeist, meaning 'spirit of the times', is also closely related to Zeit. It refers to the prevailing attitudes, beliefs, and cultural norms of a particular period in history. Understanding the Zeitgeist of a certain era can provide insight into the social, political, and economic factors that shaped it.

Furthermore, the German language has several idiomatic expressions that incorporate Zeit. For example, 'Zeit haben' means to have time or be available, while 'Zeit totschlagen' means to kill time or waste time. These phrases reflect the importance placed on time management and productivity in German culture.

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