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"Arm" German translation





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Meaning: arm (body part)

Sie hat sich den Arm gebrochen.

She has broken her arm.

Meaning: arm (weapon)

Er griff nach dem Schwert in seinem Arm.

He reached for the sword in his arm.

Meaning: arm (branch of a company or organization)

Die Firma hat einen neuen Arm gegründet, um in den asiatischen Markt einzutreten.

The company has established a new arm to enter the Asian market.

Meaning: arm (part of a garment that covers the arm)

Der Pullover hat lange Ärmel.

The sweater has long sleeves.

Meaning: arm (side of a river or sea)

Das Dorf liegt am rechten Arm des Flusses.

The village is located on the right bank of the river.


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A1: Mein Arm tut weh.

My arm hurts.

A1: Ich habe einen langen Arm.

I have a long arm.

A1: Der Affe schwingt sich von Ast zu Ast mit seinen Armen.

The monkey swings from branch to branch with its arms.

B1: Er hat sich den Arm gebrochen.

He broke his arm.

B1: Sie trainiert ihre Arme im Fitnessstudio.

She trains her arms at the gym.

B2: Die Ärzte haben seinen Arm operiert, um ihn zu retten.

The doctors operated on his arm to save it.

B2: Mit ausgestrecktem Arm zeigte er auf das Gemälde.

With outstretched arm, he pointed at the painting.

C1: Nach dem Unfall konnte er seinen Arm nicht mehr bewegen.

After the accident, he couldn't move his arm anymore.

C1: Die Schwimmerin streckt ihren Arm aus und erreicht die Ziellinie als Erste.

The swimmer extends her arm and reaches the finish line first.

C2: Seine Arme waren so muskulös, dass man die Adern darunter sehen konnte.

His arms were so muscular that you could see the veins underneath.

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The noun 'Arm' in German refers to the upper limb of the human body, extending from the shoulder to the hand. It is composed of bones, muscles, tendons, and ligaments, allowing for a wide range of movements and functions.

In addition to its anatomical meaning, 'Arm' can also be used metaphorically to describe a branch or extension of an organization or system. For example, in the context of military forces, an 'Arm' can refer to a specific division or unit.

Furthermore, 'Arm' can be used in idiomatic expressions and phrases. For instance, the phrase 'jemandem unter die Arme greifen' translates to 'to lend someone a hand' or 'to give someone a helping hand', indicating assistance or support.

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