|   All Languages   
EN   SV   IS   RU   RO   FR   IT   SK   NL   PT   FI   LA   ES   HU   NO   BG   HR   CS   DA   TR   PL   EO   SR   SQ   EL   BS   |   FR   SK   IS   ES   NL   HU   RO   PL   SV   NO   RU   FI   SQ   IT   DA   CS   PT   HR   BG   LA   EO   SR   BS   TR   EL

English-German Dictionary

English-German translation for: [where]
  Options | Tips | FAQ | Abbreviations

LoginSign Up
Home|New Website|About|Vocab Trainer|Subjects|Users|Forum|Contribute!

in other languages:

Deutsch - Englisch
English - Bulgarian
English - Czech
English - Dutch
English - Esperanto
English - French
English - Icelandic
English - Italian
English - Norwegian
English - Slovak
English - Spanish
English - Swedish
English - all languages
Add to ...

Dictionary English German: [where]

Translation 1 - 63 of 63

English German
[Where are you from?] [usually pronounced "Where're you from?"]Wo kommste wech? [regional nordd.] [phonet. Dialektschreibung]
whence {adv} [dated] [from where, which place]von wo
where {adv} [at the place where]allwo [veraltet] [bes. Amtssprache]
hunting to poach [hunt wild game on land where not permitted]
schwarzgehen [ugs.] [wildern]
locus [place where something happens]
Ort {m}
acc. [principle of allocation by which variable costs must be traced to cost centres and costing units where such costs originated]
Kostenverursachungsprinzip {n}
archi. gastr. pantry [room where food is arranged for serving]
Anrichte {f} [Raum]
comm. dairy [shop where milk and milk products are sold]
Milchladen {m}
rail TrVocab. platform [raised structure beside a railway track where passengers embark and disembark at a station]
Steig {m} [kurz für: Bahnsteig]
loci [places where something happens]
Orte {pl}
seam [place where two things are joined]
Nahtstelle {f}
archaeo. provenance [place where sth. was found]
Fundort {m}
clambake [Am.] [beach party where seafood is cooked in the sand]
[Muschelessen am Strand]
law [place where the tortious act was committed]
Handlungsort {m}
ropewalk [lane or pathway where long strands of material were laid before being twisted into rope]
Reeperbahn {f} [niederd. für: Reiferbahn]
slops {pl} [contents of bedroom or prison vessels, where applicable]
Schmutzwasser {n} [Fäkalien]
gastr. barroom [Am.] [room where alcoholic drinks are served over a counter; bar]
Schankstube {f} [Schankraum, Schenke]
engin. neck [portion where necking occurs]
Einschnürung {f} [eingeschnürte Stelle]
urban circus [esp. Br.] [circular open space where several streets converge]
Rondell {n} [runder Platz]
mus. coin [corner on a stringed instrument where corner blocks are glued]
Ecke {f} [Position für Eckklötze eines Streichinstruments]
comm. [contract for work where copyright is retained by the contractor]
Urheberwerkvertrag {m}
relig. [a societal state where people with different worldviews allow their differences to dominate their consciousness]
Gegeneinander {n} [Kirchenjargon]
law [room where court exhibits are kept]
Asservatenkammer {f}
law [room where court exhibits are kept]
Asservatenraum {m}
pol. [voting procedure similar to a division in the House of Commons where MPs re-enter the floor through one of three doors]
Hammelsprung {m} [Abstimmungsverfahren]
[accommodation, job where one is treated as part of the family]Familienanschluss {m}
hunting [branch marking the place where game was initially wounded]Anschussbruch {m}
[cafe where coffee and pastries are consumed standing up]Stehcafé {n}
tech. [country where something (equipment, documentation, etc.) is to be used]Einsatzland {n} [das Land, in dem ein Gerät o. Ä. in Betrieb gehen wird, eine Dokumentation gültig ist]
hist. law [medieval legal practice where citizens under a particular jurisdiction were required to gather with a state official, the latter who heard appeals and aided in local legal matters]Rügegericht {n}
hist. law [medieval legal practice where citizens under a particular jurisdiction were required to gather with a state official, the latter who heard appeals and aided in local legal matters]Ruggericht {n}
insur. [pairs or sets, e.g. a pair of shoes, where the loss of one item reduces the value of the remaining item(s)](einheitliche) Sachmehrheit {f}
[situation where the press is owned by a few companies]Pressekonzentration {f}
mil. cantonment [a building or area where soldiers live]Unterkunftsraum {m}
neol. sports cupset [sl.] [Br.] ["cup upset"; sports cup game where the underdog wins]Pokalsensation {f} [Pokalspiel, bei dem der Nicht-Favorit gewinnt]
mousery [place where mice are bred]Mäusezucht {f} [Station]
hort. pinery [hothouse where pineapples are grown]Ananashaus {n}
2 Words: Verbs
to bail on sb. [sl.] [not offer help where expected]jdn. sitzen lassen [Redewendung] [ugs.] [jdn. in einer Notlage allein lassen]
2 Words: Nouns
(gay) beat [Aus.] [sl.] [area where gay men meet or cruise for sexual encounters]Schwulentreff {m} [ugs.]
archi. relig. burial church [church where a particular person or group is buried]Grabeskirche {f}
engin. tech. corner blend [corner where three rounded edges meet]Kofferecke {f} [Ecke, an der drei Abrundungen zusammentreffen]
travel TrVocab. death house [building where a famous person has died]Sterbehaus {n}
hist. light room [illuminated room where girls gathered to spin in winter evenings]Lichtstube {f} [regional] [Spinnstube]
pickup point [prearranged place where you go to collect people]Treffpunkt {m} [Abholpunkt]
traffic pull-off [area beside the road where cars can stop]Haltebucht {f}
fin. law reverse charge [note on invoices where the customer is liable for the payment of the VAT]Steuerschuldnerschaft {f} des Leistungsempfängers [Angabe auf Rechnungen, wenn der Kunde die USt. schuldet]
sausage fest [sl.] [event where the guy to girl ratio is too high][Veranstaltung, Party etc., bei der das Männer-Frauen-Verhältnis nicht stimmt.]
archi. relig. sepulchral church [church where a particular person or group is buried]Grabeskirche {f}
publ. serious reading [where the topic is weighty, requiring considerable effort to comprehend]anspruchsvolle Lektüre {f}
chem. silver chalcogenide [Ag2X, where X = S, Se, or Te]Silber-Chalkogenid {n}
work area [place where one's work is done as well as subjects one works on]Arbeitsfeld {n} [bezeichnet den Gegenstandsbereich der Arbeit, nicht den konkreten Arbeitsplatz]
3 Words: Others
Where ya been? [sl.] [Where have you been?]Wo bistn gewesen? [ugs.] [Wo bist du denn gewesen?]
Where ya from? [sl.] [Where are you from?]Wo kommstn her? [ugs.] [Wo kommst du denn her?]
3 Words: Verbs
to share a joke [usually only of a greater community where a joke is told repeatedly in different groups]sich einen Witz erzählen [meist nur von einer größeren Gemeinschaft, in der ein Witz mehrfach in unterschiedlichen Gruppen erzählt wird]
3 Words: Nouns
archi. constr. RealEst. service entrance room [room in a basement area, where all services enter the same exterior wall facing a road]Hausanschlussraum {m} <HAR>
4 Words: Others
Where's he got to? [Where can he be?]Wo ist der nur abgeblieben? [ugs.]
4 Words: Nouns
print text with ragged alignment [alignment of text where the lines of text are allowed to end naturally]Text {m} mit frei auslaufenden Zeilen
5+ Words: Others
quote Home is not where you live, but where you want to die.Heimat ist nicht dort, wo man herkommt, sondern wo man sterben möchte. [Carl Zuckmayer]
quote Home is where I understand and where I am understood.Heimat ist da, wo ich verstehe und wo ich verstanden werde. [Karl Jaspers]
Where did you get that from? [Where do you know that from?]Woher wissen Sie das? [formelle Anrede]
idiom Where has he got to? [Where can he be?]Wo steckt er? [ugs.]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
mus. F Where do you go? [also: Where goest Thou?]Wo gehest du hin? [J. S. Bach, BWV 166]
film F Where Is Fred? [also: Where Is Fred!?]Wo ist Fred? [Anno Saul]
» See 326 more translations for where outside of comments
Feel free to link to this translation! Permanent link: https://www.dict.cc/?s=%5Bwhere%5D
Hint: Double-click next to phrase to retranslate — To translate another word just start typing!
Search time: 0.031 sec


» Search forum for [where]
» Ask forum members for [where]

Recent Searches
Similar Terms
When We Dead Awaken
When we first married
when wet or icy
When We Were Orphans
when wiping one's bottom
When Worlds Collide
when worse comes to worse
when you get a chance
when young
When your dear mother
• where
Whereabouts are you
Whereabouts are you from
Whereabouts are you headed
Where am I
where applicable
where appropriate
Where Are The Children
Where are the toilets please

Do you know German-English translations not listed in this dictionary? Please tell us by entering them here!
Before you submit, please have a look at the guidelines. If you can provide multiple translations, please post one by one. Make sure to provide useful source information. Important: Please also help by verifying other suggestions!

Limited Input Mode
More than 1000 translations are waiting for verification. This means you can only add a new
translation if you log in and review another one first (max. 500 unverified entries per user).
The input form will only work from within the Contribute! section.

German more...
Word Class more...
(Source, URL)
New Window

back to top | home© 2002 - 2024 Paul Hemetsberger | contact / privacy
English-German online dictionary developed to help you share your knowledge with others. More information
Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English). Thank you!
Links to this dictionary or to single translations are very welcome! Questions and Answers