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German - English (British) translations for "jeder"

"jeder" German translation




Jeder is a German pronoun that translates to 'each' or 'every' in English. It is used to refer to every member of a group or all things in a category.

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Meaning: every

Jeder Mensch hat das Recht auf Leben.

Every person has the right to life.

Meaning: each

Jeder Schüler muss seine Hausaufgaben machen.

Each student must do their homework.

Meaning: anyone

Jeder kann sich für den Job bewerben.

Anyone can apply for the job.

Meaning: all

Jeder von uns hat Fehler gemacht.

All of us have made mistakes.


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Jeder Mensch hat das Recht auf Bildung.

Every person has the right to education.

Jeder kann Deutsch lernen, wenn er genug übt.

Anyone can learn German if they practice enough.

Jeder Tag ist eine neue Chance.

Every day is a new opportunity.

Jeder sollte seine Meinung frei äußern dürfen.

Everyone should be allowed to express their opinion freely.

Jeder hat schon mal einen Fehler gemacht.

Everyone has made a mistake at some point.

Jeder wird irgendwann alt.

Everyone will get old at some point.

Wenn jeder ein bisschen mehr Rücksicht nehmen würde, wäre die Welt ein besserer Ort.

If everyone would take a little more consideration, the world would be a better place.

Jeder hatte schon mal Liebeskummer.

Everyone has experienced heartbreak at some point.

In der Vergangenheit hat jeder von uns Fehler gemacht, aber wir können daraus lernen und uns verbessern.

In the past, we have all made mistakes, but we can learn from them and improve ourselves.

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Jeder is a very common pronoun in German and is used in many different contexts. It can be used to talk about people, objects, or concepts. For example, 'jeder Mensch' means 'every person', while 'jedes Buch' means 'each book'.

One important thing to note about the use of jeder is that it changes depending on the gender and case of the noun it refers to. This means that the form of the pronoun will change depending on whether it is referring to a masculine, feminine, or neuter noun, as well as whether it is in the nominative, accusative, dative, or genitive case.

Another thing to keep in mind when using jeder is that it can be modified by other words to indicate a specific quantity or frequency. For example, 'jeder zweite Tag' means 'every other day', while 'jeder dritte Schüler' means 'every third student'. These modifications can help to clarify the meaning of the sentence and make it more precise.

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