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Must-know Autumn Vocabulary

Must-know Autumn Vocabulary

Notwendige Vokabeln für den Herbst
18 Words • 7 Comments
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windy
windig (adj)
windy
Draußen ist es windig.
The typhoon has hit.
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windig (adj)
windy
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cool
kühl (adj)
cool
kühler Tag
cool day
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kühl (adj)
cool
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sweater
Pullover der masc (n)
sweater
grüner Pullover
green sweater
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Pullover der masc (n)
sweater
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chestnut
die Kastanie die fem (n)
chestnut
die Kastanie die fem (n)
chestnut
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leaf
Blatt das neut (n)
leaf
Glühwürmchen auf einem Blatt
firefly on a leaf
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Blatt das neut (n)
leaf
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rainy
regnerisch (adj)
rainy
Ich muss an regnerischen und windigen Tagen die Zeitung ausliefern.
I have to deliver newspapers on rainy days and windy days.
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regnerisch (adj)
rainy
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cold
Erkältung die fem (n)
cold
Ich habe mir eine Grippe eingefangen.
I caught a cold.
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Erkältung die fem (n)
cold
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autumn
Herbst der masc (n)
autumn
Herbst der masc (n)
autumn
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fall
Herbst der masc (n)
fall
Herbst der masc (n)
fall
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autumnal equinox
Herbstäquinoktium das neut (n)
autumnal equinox
Herbstäquinoktium das neut (n)
autumnal equinox
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Halloween
Halloween neut
Halloween
Halloween neut
Halloween
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Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving das neut (n)
Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving das neut (n)
Thanksgiving
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pumpkin pie
Kürbiskuchen der masc (n)
pumpkin pie
Kürbiskuchen der masc (n)
pumpkin pie
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long-sleeved shirt
langärmliges Hemd neut
long-sleeved shirt
langärmliges Hemd neut
long-sleeved shirt
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fall foliage
Herbstfärbung die fem (n)
fall foliage
Herbstfärbung die fem (n)
fall foliage
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back to school
zurück zur Schule
back to school
zurück zur Schule
back to school
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change of season
Wechsel der Jahreszeit masc
change of season
Wechsel der Jahreszeit masc
change of season
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falling leaves
fallendes Laub neut
falling leaves
fallendes Laub neut
falling leaves
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avatar GermanPod101.com Wednesday at 11:44 am

Hey listeners! Can you come up with a sentence using these words?

avatar Chris Wednesday at 3:59 am

Unsere Lieblings Feiertagen sind Halloween und Thanksgiving. Ich liebe die Herbstfarben und die kühl Luft.

avatar Nancy Pundsack Saturday at 1:07 am

“Draußen ist es windig.” should be “It’s windy outside.” That hardly means a typhoon has hit.

avatar GermanPod101.com Monday at 9:47 pm

Hallo Chi,

Thank you for your comment!

Yes, great. “überall sieht man viel fallendes Laub” or “Auf dem Boden gibt es viel gefallenes Laub”.

Vielen Dank!

Clara
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avatar chi Tuesday at 11:24 pm

Überall sieht Man viel fallende Laub… Auf dem Boden gibt es viel fallende Laub…
Es könnte falsch sein…

avatar GermanPod101.com Tuesday at 9:24 pm

Hi JB,

Thank you for your comment! :thumbsup:
That’s right, it seems that we made a little mistake here, it should be “turn of the year”. I will forward your words, thank you and have a nice day!

Regards,
Albert
Team GermanPod101.com

avatar JB Sunday at 11:10 pm

Jahreswechsel can mean “change of season”?? I always thought it only referred to the change of *year*, i.e. New Year. Hence, “zum Jahreswechsel” referring to the holiday season around the end of December and early January.

LEO doesn’t show any meaning regarding “change of seasons”: https://dict.leo.org/#/search=Jahreswechsel

I can see where with an annual “season”, such as “football season”, or “hunting season”, this might make sense, because at least those seasons each begin and end only once per year. But I’m skeptical on the use of Jahreswechsel for summer changing into autumn.