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English translation of 'Pfeil'

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[pfail ]
masculine nounWord forms: Pfeils genitive , Pfeile plural
(bei Armbrust auch) bolt
(Wurfpfeil) dart
Pfeil und Bogen bow and arrow
alle seine Pfeile verschossen haben (figurative) to have shot one’s bolt
Amors Pfeil Cupid’s arrow
der grüne Pfeil (motoring) the filter (arrow)

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Example Sentences Including 'Pfeil'

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Oben links war mit roter FarlDe das Symbol des Grünen Punkts aufgemalt, der gebogene Pfeil , der seit einem Jahr fast alle Kunststoffverpackungen schmückte.
Bayer, Thommie Der Himmel fängt über dem Boden an
Sardur kehrte schließlich doch noch mit einem Hasen zurück, Asarhaddons Künste mit Pfeil und Bogen verspottend.
Ahrens, Jutta Der König von Assur
Sie sind hier ", steht in vier Sprachen neben dem roten Pfeil.
Die Tageszeitung (1997)
Urs konnte die Schrift, die im Kreis um den Pfeil lief, nicht entziffern.
Bayer, Thommie Der Himmel fängt über dem Boden an
Wenn es denn so ist, kann Krause seinen flüsternden Pfeil vergessen.
Der Spiegel

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'Pfeil' in Other Languages

British English: arrow /ˈærəʊ/ NOUN
weapon An arrow is a long, thin stick with a sharp point at one end.
The soldiers used bows and arrows.
  • American English: arrow
  • Arabic: سَهْم
  • Brazilian Portuguese: flecha
  • Chinese: 箭头 武器
  • Croatian: strijela
  • Czech: šíp
  • Danish: pil
  • Dutch: pijl
  • European Spanish: flecha
  • Finnish: nuoli
  • French: flèche arc
  • German: Pfeil
  • Greek: βέλος
  • Italian: freccia
  • Japanese:
  • Korean: 화살
  • Norwegian: pil
  • Polish: strzała
  • European Portuguese: flecha
  • Romanian: săgeată
  • Russian: стрела
  • Spanish: flecha
  • Swedish: pil och båge
  • Thai: ลูกธนู
  • Turkish: ok
  • Ukrainian: стріла
  • Vietnamese: mũi tên
British English: arrow /ˈærəʊ/ NOUN
sign An arrow is a sign that shows you which way to go.
Follow the arrows along the path.
  • American English: arrow
  • Arabic: سَهْم
  • Brazilian Portuguese: seta
  • Chinese: 箭头
  • Croatian: putokaz
  • Czech: šipkaukazuje směr
  • Danish: pil
  • Dutch: pijl
  • European Spanish: flecha
  • Finnish: nuoli
  • French: flèchesignalisation
  • German: Pfeil
  • Greek: βέλος
  • Italian: freccia
  • Japanese: 矢印
  • Korean: 화살표
  • Norwegian: pil
  • Polish: strzałka
  • European Portuguese: seta
  • Romanian: săgeatăindică direcția
  • Russian: указательная стрелка
  • Spanish: flecha
  • Swedish: pil
  • Thai: ลูกศร
  • Turkish: ok
  • Ukrainian: стрілка
  • Vietnamese: mũi tên


Translation of Pfeil from the Collins German to English
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