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German - English (British) translations for "alle"

"alle" German translation




Alle is a German pronoun that translates to 'all' or 'every'. It refers to the entirety of a group or set.

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Meaning: all, everyone

Alle waren bei der Party.

Everyone was at the party.

Meaning: every, each

Ich habe alle Bücher gelesen.

I have read every book.

Meaning: all, whole

Sie hat alle Schokolade gegessen.

She ate all the chocolate.

Meaning: everybody, everything

Alle haben es gewusst.

Everybody knew about it.

Meaning: all, entire

Er hat alle Fragen richtig beantwortet.

He answered all the questions correctly.


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A1: Alle Kinder spielen im Park.

All children are playing in the park.

A1: Wir haben alle Bücher gelesen.

We have read all the books.

A1: Ich möchte alle Farben sehen.

I want to see all the colors.

B1: Alle Gäste sind bereits angekommen.

All guests have already arrived.

B1: Er hat alle Aufgaben erledigt, bevor er nach Hause gegangen ist.

He completed all the tasks before going home.

B1: Sie hat alle Informationen gründlich recherchiert, um eine gute Entscheidung zu treffen.

She thoroughly researched all the information to make a good decision.

C1: Alle waren überrascht von der plötzlichen Ankündigung.

Everyone was surprised by the sudden announcement.

C1: Die Firma hat alle Mitarbeiter entlassen, um Kosten zu sparen.

The company laid off all employees to save costs.

C1: Nachdem sie alle Optionen abgewogen hatten, trafen sie eine endgültige Entscheidung.

After considering all the options, they made a final decision.

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In German, alle is used to refer to the complete quantity of something. For example, if someone says 'alle Bücher', they mean 'all books' or 'every book'. This can be used in a variety of contexts, such as discussing all members of a group or all items in a collection.

It's important to note that alle changes its form depending on the gender and case of the noun it modifies. For example, if referring to all the cars (die Autos) in the accusative case, it would be 'alle Autos', but if referring to all the houses (die Häuser) in the dative case, it would be 'allen Häusern'.

Alle can also be used as an adverb, meaning 'completely' or 'entirely'. For example, 'Ich bin allein' means 'I am alone', while 'Ich bin alle fertig' means 'I am completely finished'.

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