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German - English (British) translations for "wahrscheinlich"

"wahrscheinlich" German translation





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Meaning: likely

Es ist wahrscheinlich, dass es morgen regnen wird.

It is likely to rain tomorrow.

Meaning: probably

Er wird wahrscheinlich später kommen.

He will probably come later.

Meaning: presumably

Sie hat wahrscheinlich vergessen, den Termin einzutragen.

She presumably forgot to enter the appointment.

Meaning: possibly

Kannst du mir wahrscheinlich bei der Arbeit helfen?

Can you possibly help me with the work?

Meaning: apparently

Das Essen ist wahrscheinlich schon fertig.

The food is apparently already ready.


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A1: Das ist wahrscheinlich richtig.

A1: That is probably correct.

A1: Es wird wahrscheinlich regnen.

A1: It will probably rain.

A2: Sie ist wahrscheinlich müde.

A2: She is probably tired.

B1: Wahrscheinlich hat er die Nachricht schon erhalten.

B1: He has probably already received the message.

B1: Ich werde wahrscheinlich morgen ankommen.

B1: I will probably arrive tomorrow.

B2: Wahrscheinlich hätte ich das anders machen sollen.

B2: I probably should have done that differently.

C1: Es ist wahrscheinlich, dass sie gewinnen werden.

C1: It is likely that they will win.

C1: Wahrscheinlich sind sie bereits auf dem Weg zum Flughafen.

C1: They are probably already on their way to the airport.

C2: Wahrscheinlich hätten wir früher mit der Arbeit beginnen sollen.

C2: We probably should have started working earlier.

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The German adjective 'wahrscheinlich' means 'likely' in English. It is used to describe something that has a high probability of happening or being true.

In everyday conversations, 'wahrscheinlich' is commonly used to express the likelihood of an event or outcome. For example, if someone asks if it will rain tomorrow, you can respond with 'Es wird wahrscheinlich regnen' (It will likely rain).

'Wahrscheinlich' can also be used to indicate uncertainty or speculation. In this context, it can be translated as 'probably' or 'perhaps'. For instance, if someone asks if you will attend a party, and you are not sure yet, you can say 'Ich komme wahrscheinlich zur Party' (I will probably come to the party).

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