German Vocabulary

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success
business world
sex; gender
taste; flavor
pity, compassion
food
proportion; relationship
conditions; circumstances (pl)
reason; mind; intellect
understanding; sympathy
wisdom
philosophy of life
value
destination; goal; aim; objective
to take out; to execute
impossible; out of the question
talented
persistent
inventive
successful
mysterious
firm; safe; secure
absolutely
irresistible
multi-talented
She appeals to me; I like her.
superstition
companion
claim; assertion
relationship; connection
experience
validity; legal force
advice
separation; divorce
custom; practice
cause; reason; motive
ancestor; predecessor
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to acquire something
to protect
to uncover; reveal
to support; to promote
to hesitate
to attribute
essential; indispensable
frightening; eerie
that is no longer valid
it won't do any harm
there may be some truth to that
argument; discussion; clash
wife
husband
seriousness
company; firm
treasure; sweetheart
steak tartare
vacation
understanding
suggestion
to save; to pick up
to tell sb. sth.
to take off from work
to lead around; to guide
to argue
to prevent; to foil; to stop
to avoid; to evade
to happen
satisfied
constantly
oh, dear me!
that can't be true!
you can't be serious
it's all right
it works
don't start all that again
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i have no idea
don't be angry with me
to set the table
that's enough already
kickoff
annoyance
photograph
manager
foul
free kick
the opponent
violence
team
failure
cap
cup
scarf
referee
swearword
fight;
kick; shot
stadium
team
club
relationship
model; example
spectator
to reach; to get at
to care for
to support
to arrange
to stay on the ball
to settle a dispute
to keep in contact
to think something is great or wonderful
to be (stand) on someone's side

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Created Apr 10, 2011ReportNominate
Tags:German, vocabulary, add, umlaut