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Kamerad

English translation of Kamerad

comrade

'Kamerad' is a German word for 'Comrade'. It is used to describe a mate or a partner usually in a work, team or military environment.


Example sentences using: Kamerad

Ich und mein Kamerad sehen gern Horrorfilme.

English translation of Ich und mein Kamerad sehen gern Horrorfilme.

My comrade and I enjoy watching horror movies.

In this sentence, 'Kamerad' is used to refer to a friend or companion. The sentence structure, subject + verb + complement, is common in German, similar to English.

Mario ist ein guter Kamerad, er hat alle Star Wars Filme gesehen.

English translation of Mario ist ein guter Kamerad, er hat alle Star Wars Filme gesehen.

Mario is a good comrade, he has seen all Star Wars movies.

In this instance, 'Kamerad' refers to a friend or ally. The use of 'hat' followed by 'gesehen' is a common structure in German used when referring to actions completed in the past.

Mein Kamerad und ich haben eine Diskussion über den Film.

English translation of Mein Kamerad und ich haben eine Diskussion über den Film.

My comrade and I have a discussion about the movie.

This example employs 'Kamerad' to indicate a close friend or buddy. The term 'über' is being used to refer to 'about', a common usage in German.

Ich möchte diesen Film mit meinem Kamerad sehen.

English translation of Ich möchte diesen Film mit meinem Kamerad sehen.

I want to see this movie with my comrade.

Here 'Kamerad' is referring to a friend. The verb 'möchte' is used to express desire in German, similar to the English 'want'.

Dein Kamerad hat uns eine Filmempfehlung gegeben.

English translation of Dein Kamerad hat uns eine Filmempfehlung gegeben.

Your comrade has given us a movie recommendation.

In this scenario, a friend or 'Kamerad' is the one who has provided the recommendation. The verb 'hat' accompanied by 'gegeben' is a standard structure used to denote actions performed in the past.

Unser Kamerad kennt viele interessante Filme.

English translation of Unser Kamerad kennt viele interessante Filme.

Our comrade knows many interesting movies.

Here 'Kamerad' is used in a sense of 'friend'. The sentence follows the standard structure of subject + verb + object in German.

Wir gehen mit dem Kamerad ins Kino.

English translation of Wir gehen mit dem Kamerad ins Kino.

We go to the cinema with our comrade.

In this sentence, 'Kamerad' stands for a friend or comrade. The phrase 'ins Kino gehen' is commonly used to say 'go to the cinema'.

Mein Kamerad liebt deutsche Filme.

English translation of Mein Kamerad liebt deutsche Filme.

My comrade loves German movies.

In this instance, 'Kamerad' is used to describe a friend. The verb 'liebt' equates to 'loves' in English and has been placed after the subject 'Kamerad' in the same way as it would be in English.

Der Kamerad hat den Film nicht gemocht.

English translation of Der Kamerad hat den Film nicht gemocht.

The comrade did not like the movie.

'Kamerad' in this context means the friend or comrade. The combination of 'hat' with 'gemocht' represents the past perfect tense, showing an action in the past.

Dieser Film ist der Lieblingsfilm meines Kameraden.

English translation of Dieser Film ist der Lieblingsfilm meines Kameraden.

This movie is my comrade's favorite.

Here, 'Kamerad' is referring to a friend. The word 'Lieblingsfilm' is a compound noun, which is common in German, and directly translates to 'favorite film'.

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