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German - English (British) translations for "regnen"

"regnen" German translation




to rain

Part of speech



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Meaning: to rain

Es regnet heute.

It is raining today.

Meaning: to pour

Sie regnete ihre Gefühle auf ihn aus.

She poured out her feelings on him.

Meaning: to shower

Er regnete sie mit Komplimenten ein.

He showered her with compliments.

Meaning: to rain down

Die Bomben regneten auf die Stadt herab.

The bombs rained down on the city.

Meaning: to drizzle

Es hat den ganzen Tag geregnet.

It has been drizzling all day.



  • ich regne
  • du regnest
  • er/sie/es regnet
  • wir regnen
  • ihr regnet
  • sie/Sie regnen


  • ich regnete
  • du regnetest
  • er/sie/es regnete
  • wir regneten
  • ihr regnetet
  • sie/Sie regneten


  • ich werde regnen
  • du wirst regnen
  • er/sie/es wird regnen
  • wir werden regnen
  • ihr werdet regnen
  • sie/Sie werden regnen


  • ich hatte geregnet
  • du hattest geregnet
  • er/sie/es hatte geregnet
  • wir hatten geregnet
  • ihr hattet geregnet
  • sie/Sie hatten geregnet

Simple Past

  • ich regnete
  • du regntest
  • er/sie/es regnte
  • wir regneten
  • ihr regnetet
  • sie/Sie regneten


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Es regnet heute.

It's raining today.

Gestern hat es den ganzen Tag geregnet.

Yesterday it rained all day.

Wann wird es wieder regnen?

When will it rain again?

Ich hoffe, dass es morgen nicht regnet.

I hope it doesn't rain tomorrow.

Wenn es regnet, bleibe ich lieber drinnen.

When it rains, I prefer to stay indoors.

Der Wetterbericht sagt voraus, dass es in den nächsten Tagen regnen wird.

The weather forecast predicts that it will rain in the next few days.

Es hatte schon lange nicht mehr so stark geregnet wie gestern.

It hadn't rained as heavily as yesterday for a long time.

Als wir am Strand ankamen, hatte es gerade angefangen zu regnen.

When we arrived at the beach, it had just started to rain.

Wenn es weiterhin so wenig regnet, könnte es zu einer Dürre kommen.

If it continues to rain so little, there could be a drought.

Advanced Description

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The German verb 'regnen' means 'to rain' in English. It is a regular verb that belongs to the first conjugation class. The infinitive form of the verb is 'regnen', and it can be used in various tenses and moods to describe the action of water falling from the sky in the form of rain.

In German, 'regnen' is an intransitive verb, which means it does not require a direct object. It is often used with the subject 'es' (it) to indicate that it is raining. For example, 'Es regnet' translates to 'It is raining'. The verb can also be conjugated to match different subjects and tenses, such as 'Ich regne' (I am raining), 'Du regnest' (You are raining), or 'Er/sie/es regnet' (He/she/it is raining).

The weather in Germany can be quite unpredictable, and it is common for people to talk about rain. Knowing how to use the verb 'regnen' correctly can help you describe the weather conditions or express your desire for rain. Whether you're discussing the current weather or planning outdoor activities, understanding this verb will allow you to communicate effectively in German.

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