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German translation of 'home'

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home

[həʊm ]
noun
1. 
(where one lives) Zuhause nt
(house) Haus nt
(country, area etc) Heimat f (also Zool) (Bot)
a loving/good home ein liebevolles/gutes Zuhause
his home is in Brussels er ist in Brüssel zu Hause
Bournemouth is his second home Bournemouth ist seine zweite Heimat (geworden)
he invited us round to his home er hat uns zu sich (nach Hause) eingeladen
away from home von zu Hause weg
he worked away from home er hat auswärts gearbeitet
let’s concentrate on problems closer to home wir sollten uns auf unsere eigenen Probleme konzentrieren
at home zu Hause; (business) im Inland; (sport) auf eigenem Platz
to be or feel at home with sb sich in jds Gegenwart dat wohlfühlen
he doesn’t feel at home with English er fühlt sich im Englischen nicht sicher or zu Hause
to make oneself at home es sich dat gemütlich or bequem machen
to make sb feel at home es jdm gemütlich machen
to leave home von zu Hause weggehen
Scotland is the home of the haggis Schottland ist die Heimat des Haggis
the city is home to some 1,500 students in dieser Stadt wohnen etwa 1.500 Studenten
2.  (institution) Heim nt
(for orphans) Waisenhaus nt
(for blind also) Anstalt f
adverb
1.  zu Hause
(with verb of motion) nach Hause
to go home (to house) nach Hause gehen/fahren; (to country) heimfahren
to get home nach Hause kommen
I have to get home before ten ich muss vor zehn zu Hause sein
to return home from abroad aus dem Ausland zurückkommen
2. 
to bring or get sth home to sb jdm etw klarmachen or beibringen
to strike home (figurative) [remark] ins Schwarze treffen
phrasal verbs

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Example Sentences Including 'home'

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Our very success is destroying our grounded sense of home as a particular locality defined by its natural features and wildlife.
The Times Literary Supplement (2014)
The lack of new homes means house prices are predicted to rise across the country.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It was like hitting a home run.
Andy Dougan THE HUNTING OF MAN (2004)
And we test the home kits and new products that claim to make your hair effortlessly shiny and sleek.
The Sun (2014)
Fancy a new home in an old favourite?
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Nor are we in our old home.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Rent out your car parking space and turn that spare room into a home office.
The Sun (2016)
To actually see that with your own eyes really brought the point home.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
You deal with discontent and win people over at home.
The Sun (2009)
You have a gift for turning a house into a home and can repair fractured family relationships.
The Sun (2012)
Your best love bets are close to home.
The Sun (2017)
And finding himself back in a hotel bed after just one night at home is a small price to pay.
The Sun (2016)
He then decided to share footage of the happy couple with people back home.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It was interesting to read recently of home nations coaches saying that they are now going to look at cycling.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
It was my home at one time so to go back there will be different class.
The Sun (2013)
They lacked the conviction to press home their advantage and instead dropped too deep to protect it.
Times, Sunday Times (2011)
We just get better looked after at home.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
You have made this place feel like home to me.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
It made me feel quite at home.
Ben Nimmo IN FORKBEARD'S WAKE: Coasting Round Scandinavia (2003)
We will keep it all in there until we can find space for it back at home.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
You are in the studio and then you go home and home is the office.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
Luckily none of us was in a rush to get home!
The Sun (2010)
My father worked from home so we were a close family.
Times, Sunday Times (2008)
Now students use the service to send their laundry home in term time, while parents send back food parcels.
Times, Sunday Times (2014)
The fact that he was found a few miles from home tells you something.
The Sun (2016)
The message boards of websites for expats brim with anguished questions on the practicalities of returning home.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
The real surprise is discovering how valuable something in your home actually is.
The Sun (2008)
There is no point in making sacrifices unless you are prepared to press the point home.
Times, Sunday Times (2016)
This requires those with the disease stay at home with their families.
Times, Sunday Times (2007)
He was at home in their company.
Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Most modern homes and offices are too hot.
Chaitow, Leon Body Odour (1994)

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'home' in Other Languages

British English: home /həʊm/ ADVERB
Home means to or at the place where you live.
She wanted to go home.
  • American English: home
  • Arabic: بِالبَيْتِ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: para casa
  • Chinese: 回家
  • Croatian: kući
  • Czech: doma
  • Danish: hjem
  • Dutch: thuis
  • European Spanish: a casa
  • Finnish: kotona
  • French: à la maison
  • German: heim
  • Greek: σπίτι μου
  • Italian: a casa
  • Japanese: 我が家へ
  • Korean: 집에
  • Norwegian: hjem
  • Polish: do domu
  • European Portuguese: para casa
  • Romanian: acasă
  • Russian: домой
  • Latin American Spanish: a casa
  • Swedish: hem
  • Thai: ที่บ้าน
  • Turkish: evde
  • Ukrainian: додому
  • Vietnamese: ở nhà
British English: home /həʊm/ NOUN
Your home is the place where you live.
We stayed at home and watched TV.
  • American English: home
  • Arabic: بَيْت
  • Brazilian Portuguese: lar
  • Chinese:
  • Croatian: dom
  • Czech: domov
  • Danish: hjem
  • Dutch: thuis
  • European Spanish: hogar
  • Finnish: koti
  • French: maison
  • German: Zuhause
  • Greek: σπίτι
  • Italian: casa
  • Japanese: 自宅
  • Korean:
  • Norwegian: hjem
  • Polish: dom
  • European Portuguese: lar
  • Romanian: casă
  • Russian: дом
  • Latin American Spanish: hogar
  • Swedish: hem
  • Thai: บ้าน
  • Turkish: ev
  • Ukrainian: дім
  • Vietnamese: nhà

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