German translation of 'SOS'
Example Sentences Including 'SOS'
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In view of the seriousness of the incident, the first traffic cop on the scene sent out an SOS for his commander, Manuel Noriega.BLACK EAGLES (1993)
Passing one hand in front of the light at intervals, she gave the SOS signal.THE WITCH TREE SYMBOL
His impeccably attired Death walked along the beach, but he whistled an SOS and passed undisturbed.THE OPEN DOOR
The point is, you sent me an SOS - presumably because you thought I might be of help.DEATH OF A NYMPH
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'SOS' in Other Languages
British English: SOS /ɛs əʊ ɛs/ NOUN
An SOS is a signal which indicates to other people that you are in danger and need help quickly.
The ferry did not even have time to send out an SOS.
- American English: SOS
- Arabic: نِدَاءُ اسْتِغَاثَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: SOS pedido de socorro
- Chinese: 紧急呼救
- Croatian: SOS
- Czech: SOS
- Danish: SOS
- Dutch: SOS
- European Spanish: S.O.S.
- Finnish: SOS
- French: SOS
- German: SOS
- Greek: σήμα κινδύνου
- Italian: SOS
- Japanese: 救難信号
- Korean: SOS
- Norwegian: SOS
- Polish: SOS sygnał
- European Portuguese: SOS pedido de socorro
- Romanian: mesaj SOS
- Russian: радиосигнал бедствия (SOS)
- Spanish: S.O.S.
- Swedish: SOS
- Thai: สัญญาณขอความช่วยเหลือ
- Turkish: SOS
- Ukrainian: сигнал про небезпеку
- Vietnamese: tín hiệu cấp cứu SOS
Translation of SOS from the Collins English to German Dictionary