Origin of german
Words nearby german
Other definitions for german (2 of 2)
Origin of German
OTHER WORDS FROM German
How to use german in a sentence
The first viable, non-toxic chemically derived sugar substitute was discovered in the late 18th century by a German chemist.Has a startup finally found one of food science’s holy grails with its healthy sugar substitute?|Jonathan Shieber|February 26, 2021|TechCrunch
It was 19th century German astronomer Samuel Heinrich Schwabe who realized that such solar activity ebbs and flows during 11-year cycles.Solar storms can wreak havoc. We need better space weather forecasts|Ramin Skibba|February 26, 2021|Science News
The German group then plans to react hydrogen with carbon dioxide captured from the cement plant to produce both methanol, a chemical feedstock, and synthetic jet fuel.Cheap renewables could make green hydrogen a practical replacement for fossil fuels|Katie McLean|February 24, 2021|MIT Technology Review
The German auto giant also agreed to set up a joint venture with the company to mass-produce the batteries and says they’ll be in its electric cars and trucks on the road by 2025.Novel lithium-metal batteries will drive the switch to electric cars|Katie McLean|February 24, 2021|MIT Technology Review
The German team had perhaps the toughest experimental recipe.Scientists Communicated With People While They Were Lucid Dreaming|Shelly Fan|February 22, 2021|Singularity Hub
An additional 12,000 took to the streets in other German towns.
But few of us would recognize the name of Dietrich von Hildebrand, a German philosopher-turned-outspoken Nazi antagonist.
In the video, the bus is getting searched by a cop with a German shepherd.Alleged Cop Killer Ismaaiyl Brinsley Had a Death Wish|M.L. Nestel|December 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Many more German divisions would enter the fray over the next few days.
In the event, the enemy did plenty—far more than SHAEF, or for that matter the German high command, imagined possible.
He was a bookseller, but better known as a translator of the German contributor to the Gentleman's Magazine, &c.
It is, however, true, that in this respect the German hexametrist has a considerable advantage over the English.
To talk German was beyond the sweep of my dizziest ambition, but an Italian runner or porter instantly presented himself.Glances at Europe|Horace Greeley
Gottfried Achenwall, an eminent German lecturer on statistics, history and the laws of nature, died at Gttingen.
The governess is Swiss and for one week she talks nothing but French and for another nothing but German.The Salvaging Of Civilisation|H. G. (Herbert George) Wells
British Dictionary definitions for german (1 of 3)
Word Origin for german
British Dictionary definitions for german (2 of 3)
- having the same parents as oneselfa brother-german
- having a parent that is a brother or sister of either of one's own parentscousin-german