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English translation of 'Führer'

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Führer 1

[ˈfyːrɐ ]
masculine nounWord forms: Führers genitive , Führer plural
(Buch) guide
Führer durch England guide to England
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Führer 2

[ˈfyːrɐ ] masculine noun or Führerin [-ərɪn] feminine noun
Word forms: Führer, Führers genitive , Führer plural Word forms: Führerin, Führerin genitive , Führerinnen plural
(Leiter) leader
(Oberhaupt) head
der Führer (history) the Führerthe Fuehrer
2.  (Fremdenführer, Bergführer) guide
3.  (formal) (Lenker) driver
[von Flugzeug] pilot
[von Kran, Fahrstuhl] operator
[von Schiff] person in charge

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Example Sentences Including 'Führer'

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Beinahe vollständig verwandelte sich die Justiz zu einem Unterdrückungs- und Ausrottungsapparat " für Führer , Volk und NS-Staat ".
Die Tageszeitung (1995)
Der selbsternannte " Führer der Bewegung ", der 1991 an Aids starb, hatte schon 1987 die Russen als " Arier des ostischen Rassentypus " für bündnisfähig erklärt.
Der Spiegel
Führer werden also nur Personen, denen man zutraut, die Interessen der Gruppe besonders erfolgreich zu vertreten und die Probleme der Mitglieder zu lösen.
Rost, Dankwart Pawlows Hunde
In diesem Zustand verläßt der Mensch zeitweise seine psychische Einmaligkeit, die erworbene Eigenidentität, und gibt sie zugunsten der völligen Identifizierung mit dem Führer der Masse auf.
Rost, Dankwart Pawlows Hunde

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'Führer' in Other Languages

British English: guide /ɡaɪd/ NOUN
A guide is a book hat gives you information or instructions to help you do or understand something.
He found a step-by-step guide to building your own home.
  • American English: guide
  • Arabic: مُرْشِد
  • Brazilian Portuguese: guia
  • Chinese: 领路人
  • Croatian: vodič
  • Czech: průvodce
  • Danish: guide
  • Dutch: gids
  • European Spanish: guía
  • Finnish: opas
  • French: guide personne
  • German: Führer
  • Greek: οδηγός
  • Italian: guida punto di riferimento
  • Japanese: ガイド
  • Korean: 안내자
  • Norwegian: guide
  • Polish: przewodnik osoba
  • European Portuguese: guia
  • Romanian: ghid
  • Russian: руководство
  • Spanish: guía lo que orienta
  • Swedish: guide
  • Thai: คู่มือ
  • Turkish: rehber turizm
  • Ukrainian: гід
  • Vietnamese: hướng dẫn viên
British English: leader /ˈliːdə/ NOUN
The leader of an organization or a group of people is the person who is in charge of it.
Members today will elect a new leader.
  • American English: leader
  • Arabic: قَائِدٌ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: líder
  • Chinese: 领导者
  • Croatian: vođa
  • Czech: vůdce
  • Danish: leder
  • Dutch: leider
  • European Spanish: líder
  • Finnish: johtaja
  • French: chef dirigeant
  • German: Führer
  • Greek: ηγέτης
  • Italian: leader
  • Japanese: リーダー
  • Korean: 지도자
  • Norwegian: leder
  • Polish: lider
  • European Portuguese: líder
  • Romanian: lider
  • Russian: лидер
  • Spanish: líder
  • Swedish: ledare
  • Thai: ผู้นำ
  • Turkish: lider
  • Ukrainian: керівник
  • Vietnamese: người lãnh đạo


Translation of Führer from the Collins German to English
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