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German prefixes: separable ab- blenden abblenden from to dazzle, blind to screen, fade out, dim (lights)
German prefixes: separable an- bauen anbauen at, to to build to build on, add; cultivate, grow, plant
German prefixes: separable auf- bauen aufbauen on, out, up, un- to build to build up, put up, add on
German prefixes: separable aus- bilden ausbilden out, from to form, fashion to educate, train
German prefixes: separable bei- bringen beibringen along, with to bring/take to teach; infect
German prefixes: separable durch- halten durchhalten through to hold to withstand, endure; hold out
German prefixes: separable ein- atmen einatmen in, into, inward, down to breathe to inhale
German prefixes: separable fort- bilden fortbilden away, forth, onward to form, fashion; educate to continue education
German prefixes: separable mit- arbeiten mitarbeiten along, with, co- to work to cooperate, collaborate
German prefixes: separable nach- drucken nachdrucken after, copy, re- to print to reprint
German prefixes: separable vor- bereiten vorbereiten before, forward, pre-, pro- to prepare
German prefixes: separable weg- bleiben wegbleiben away, off to stay, remain to stay away
German prefixes: separable zu- bringen zubringen shut/closed, to, towards, upon to bring/take to bring/take to
German prefixes: separable zurück- blenden zurückblenden back, re- to dazzle, blind to flash back (to)
German prefixes: separable zusammen- bauen zusammenbauen together to build to assemble
German prefixes: inseparable be- kommen bekommen like English be-, makes verb transitive to come to get
German prefixes: inseparable emp- fangen empfangen sense, receive to catch to receive
German prefixes: inseparable ent- decken entdecken away from English de-/dis- to cover to discover
German prefixes: inseparable er- hängen erhängen fatal, dead Like English re- to hang to hang, execute
German prefixes: inseparable ge- brauchen gebrauchen - to need to use, make use of
German prefixes: inseparable miss- achten missachten Englis mis- to respect to disregard, disdain
German prefixes: inseparable ver- achten verachten bad, awry (English mis-) lose, away/out English for- ??? to respect to despise
German prefixes: inseparable voll- enden vollenden full, complete to end, finish (intransitive) to complete, finish
German prefixes: inseparable zer- brechen zerbrechen collapse, shatter, shred to break to shatter
There are a number of set phrases in both English and German that consist of a verb + a certain preposition but these phrases differ between the two languages.
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