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English translation of 'radeln'

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[ˈraːdln ]
Verb Table intransitive verb auxiliary 'sein' (informal)
to cycle

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Example Sentences Including 'radeln'

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An den Resten einer riesigen unterirdischen Munitionsfabrik aus dem Zweiten Weltkrieg vorbei radeln wir bis zu einem kleinen Birkenwäldchen, wo wir rechts abbiegen.
Die Tageszeitung (1997)
Er selber würde nie auf die absurde Idee kommen, durch die New Yorker Straßenschluchten zu radeln und sich zur Zielschiebe der Auto-Maniacs zu machen.
Die Tageszeitung (1994)
Maschinengleich überwand Ullrich mit erschreckender Leichtigkeit die " bösartigen " Berge, stürzte " grausame " Abfahrten hinab, um morgen nach Paris zu radeln.
Die Tageszeitung (1997)
Nur durch Gesetz, wenn auch einstweilen noch ohne Strafandrohung, lasse sich bewirken, daß die meisten Kids nicht mehr unbehelmt über die Straßen radeln.
Der Spiegel
ber die Hastbrücke und den Havelweg radeln wir dann zur Schleuse.
Die Tageszeitung (1998)

Trends of 'radeln'

Used Rarely. radeln is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'radeln' in Other Languages

British English: bike VERB
To bike somewhere means to go there on a bicycle.
I biked home from the beach.
  • American English: bike
  • Brazilian Portuguese: ir de bicicleta
  • Chinese: 骑自行车
  • European Spanish: ir en bici
  • French: aller à vélo
  • German: radeln
  • Italian: andare in bici
  • Japanese: 自転車で行く
  • Korean: 자전거를 타다
  • European Portuguese: ir de bicicleta
  • Spanish: ir en bici


Translation of radeln from the Collins German to English
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