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Romanian - German The influence of German words in Romanian and Romanian words in German
German words in Romanian Because of German settlers in Romania (since the 12th century), there is a considerable influence of German words in the Romanian language.
Tools bormaşină Bohrmaschine drill
Tools şmirghel Schmirgelpapier sandpaper
Tools hobălbanc Hobelbank workbench
Tools biglais Bügeleisen iron
Food şniţel Schnitzel schnitzel
Food bere Bier beer
Food cartof Kartoffel potato
Kitchen Equipment ţielăr Teller plate
Other Words rucsac Rucksack backpack
Other Words lagăr Lager stock
Romanian words in German There is just a very little influence of Romanian words in Austrian German.
Food Palatschinken plăcintă pancake
Expressions wie in der Walachei The Walachei is a region in Romania. If you say Das ist wie in der Walachei in Germany it means, that it is like in a deserted, bleak countryside.
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Then we have. to be there that was in I have a.
A question of German A question of German... 1 Is there a …. nearby?
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