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Der Tag gehört uns. Gut gemacht, Männer!

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der
     art. the
     art. feminine singular of der
     art. genitive plural of der
     pron. who; that; which
     pron. feminine dative singular of der: (to) whom, which, that
     pron. (attributive, stressed) that
     pron. (indicative) him, he
     pron. (differential) the one, him
     pron. feminine dative singular of der: (to) that, (to) her
Tag
     n. day (24-hour period)
     n. day (period from midnight to the following midnight)
     n. (astronomy) day (rotational period of a planet, moon or any celestial body (especially Earth))
     n. day, daylight (period between sunrise and sunset when there is daylight)
     n. day, daylight, light (light from the Sun)
     n. (figurative) light (open view; a visible state or condition)
     n. day (part of a day which one spends at work, school, etc.)
     n. (figurative) day (specified time or period, considered with reference to the prominence or success (in life or in an an argument or conflict) of a person or thing)
     n. (dated, now found chiefly in compounds such as Bundestag, Reichstag, Landtag, Sudetendeutscher Tag or Tag der Oberschlesier) convention, congress (formal assembly)
     n. see Tage for plural-only senses
     interj. (colloquial) hello; (good) day
gehört
     Participle. past participle of hören
     Participle. past participle of gehören
     v. third-person singular present of gehören
     v. second-person plural present of gehören
     v. plural imperative of gehören
     hören
          v. to hear (to perceive sounds (or a sound) through the ear)
          v. to listen to, pay attention to (to give (someone) one's attention)
          v. to attend, to go to, to sit in on
          v. to get, to receive
          v. to listen (to pay attention to a sound or speech; to accept advice or obey instruction)
          v. to hear (to receive information; to come to learn)
          v. to hear (to be contacted (by))
     h
          n. (common, not restricted to scientific usage) hour
     gehören
          v. (with dative) to belong to, be the property of
          v. to be a prerequisite for; to be a characteristic of (with zu)
          v. to belong to, be a part of (with zu)
          v. to be proper
          v. ought to be (with the past participle form of the verb)
     geh
          v. singular imperative of gehen
     gehen
          v. to go, to walk
          v. to leave
          v. to leave, to take off (aeroplane, train)
          v. (impersonal, intransitive) to be going; to be all right; indicates how the dative object fares
          v. (slightly, informal, intransitive, often, impersonal) to be possible
          v. (colloquial intransitive) to work, to function (of a machine, method or the like)
          v. (colloquial intransitive) to last, to go for, to go on, to be in progress
          v. to sit, to rise, to expand (of dough etc.)
          v. (colloquial intransitive) to be (on) (to pay)
          v. (regional, or dated, impersonal, intransitive) to approach; to be going (on some one) + auf (object) = time
          v. (with genitive, only in combination with Weg) to go one's way, to make one's way (of a path, destination), to go separate ways
uns
     pron. of wir: us
Gut
     n. commodity, property, possession, good
     n. a large farmstead, estate related to agriculture.
gemacht
     Participle. past participle of machen
     machen
          v. to make, produce, create (an object, arrangement, situation, etc.)
          v. to make, prepare
          v. to do, perform, carry out (to execute; to put into operation (an action))
          v. to do; (indicates an activity associated with a noun)
          v. to go (to make the (specified) sound)
          v. to make (to cause or compel (to do something))
          v. to cause (to set off an event or action or produce as a result)
          v. to make (to cause to be)
          v. to make (transform from one thing into another)
          v. to make (to have as a feature)
          v. to come to, total, cost (to require the payment of)
          v. to make, be (the result of a calculation)
          v. to make (to earn, gain wages, profit, etc.)
          v. to be, play (to act as the indicated role, especially in a performance)
          v. to matter (to be important)
          v. to make, make oneself out to be, act, play (to behave so as to give an appearance of being; to act as if one were (something, or a certain way)) (+preo, auf)
          v. to do one's business, do number two or number one, go (to defecate or urinate)
          v. to do (to fare or perform (well or poorly))
          v. to look (to have an appearance of being)
          v. to get cracking (an (“on,” “with”)), get a move on (it), to get down (an (“to”)) (something); (in imperative:) come on, let's go
Männer
     n. plural of Mann
     Mann
          n. man, male human being
          n. husband




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