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German - English (British) translations for "breit"

"breit" German translation





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Meaning: wide

Der Fluss ist breit.

The river is wide.

Meaning: broad

Er hat eine breite Brust.

He has a broad chest.

Meaning: thick

Die Schicht ist breit.

The layer is thick.

Meaning: extensive

Das Thema ist sehr breit gefächert.

The topic is very extensive.

Meaning: loose

Die Hose sitzt zu breit.

The pants are too loose.


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A1: Das Buch ist breit.

The book is wide.

A1: Der Tisch ist breit.

The table is wide.

A1: Die Straße ist breit.

The street is wide.

B1: Das Fenster ist breiter als die Tür.

The window is wider than the door.

B1: Ich habe einen breiten Geschmack in Musik.

I have a broad taste in music.

B1: Er hat eine breite Palette an Fähigkeiten.

He has a wide range of skills.

C1: Die Diskussion führte zu einer breiten Debatte über das Thema.

The discussion led to a broad debate on the topic.

C1: Sie hat ein breites Wissen über verschiedene Kulturen.

She has a broad knowledge of different cultures.

C1: Die breite Öffentlichkeit war von den Ergebnissen überrascht.

The general public was surprised by the results.

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The German adjective 'breit' translates to 'wide' in English. It is used to describe something that has a large distance or extent between its two sides.

For example, you can use the word 'breit' to describe a wide road, a wide river, or a wide smile. It indicates that the object or person being described has a broad or spacious appearance.

In German, the word 'breit' can also be used metaphorically to describe someone who has a broad knowledge or understanding of a particular subject.

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