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endlich
     1. adj. finite, limited
     2. adv. eventually, at last, finally, endly
endlich beruhigte sich der Wachtmeister
durfte
     1. v. first-person singular past tense of dürfen
     2. v. third-person singular past tense of dürfen
     dürfen
          1. v. (auxiliary, infinitive replaces past participle) To be allowed (to do something); to be permitted (to do something); may.
                Darf ich gehen? — “May I go?”
                Ich habe gehen dürfen. — “I was allowed to go.”
          2. v. (intransitive or transitive, past participle as above) To be allowed or permitted to do something implied or previously stated; may.
                Ja, du darfst. — “Yes, you may.”
                Ich habe es gedurft. — “I was allowed to do it.”
          3. v. (subjunctive present, modal auxiliary verb) Expresses that something is estimated or probable.
er
     1. pron. (personal) he.
           Wo ist Klaus? Wo ist er? — Where is Klaus? Where is he? (audio, De-wo ist klaus.ogg)
     2. pron. (personal) it (when the grammatical gender of the object/article/thing/animal etc., being referred to, is masculine (der)).
           Dies ist mein Hund. Er heißt Waldi. — This is my dog. Its name is Waldi. (audio, De-Dies ist mein hund.ogg)
           Dort steht ein Baum. Er ist über hundert Jahre alt. — There stands a tree. It is more than 100 years old. (audio, De-Dort_steht_ein_baum.ogg)
er dachte
was hörte er
einmal
     1. adv. once, one time
           Ich werde das nur einmal sagen. - I'm only going to say it once.
     2. adv. sometime
schieß noch einmal!
um es noch einmal langsam zu lesen
per
     1. prep. per, via, by
per holte Pech
da gab ihm per den Rat
Hand
     1. n-f. hand
und hielt ihn in der rechten Hand
die Dame hielt das Mädchen an der Hand
seine
     1. pron. nominative feminine singular of sein
     2. pron. nominative plural of sein
     3. pron. accusative feminine singular of sein
     4. pron. accusative plural of sein
seine Eifersucht
auf seine Gemahlin
     sein
          1. v. (with a predicate adjective or predicate nominative) to be
                Das ist schön. - That is beautiful.
                Das ist ein Auto. - That is a car.
          2. v. (with a predicate adjective and an indirect object) to feel (to experience a certain condition)
                Mir ist kalt. Mir ist übel. Mir ist schwindelig. Mir ist wohl.
                  I feel cold. I feel sick. I feel dizzy. I feel well. (Literally: To me is cold. etc.)
          3. v. (auxiliary) forms the present perfect and past perfect tense of certain intransitive verbs
                Er ist alt geworden. - He has become old.
          4. v. (intransitive) to exist; there be; to be alive
                Was nicht ist, kann noch werden. (A common proverb)
                  That which does not exist now, may come into existence.
                Wenn ich nicht mehr bin, erbst du das Haus. - When I am no more, you'll inherit the house.
          5. v. (intransitive, colloquial) to have the next turn (in a game, in a queue, etc.)
                Du bist. — “It’s your turn.”
                Du bist nach mir. — “Your turn is after mine.”
          6. v. (intransitive, child language) to be it; to be the tagger in a game of tag
                Du bist! (Emphasis on du) – You're it!
                Ich bin nicht mehr. – I'm not it anymore.
          7. det. his
          8. det. its (when the owning object/article/thing/animal etc., is neuter (das) or masculine (m))
Teller
     1. n-m. plate, dish
selber
     1. pron. self, oneself, myself, himself, herself, itself, ourselves, yourselves, themselves
     2. pron. alone, on one's own, by oneself
     3. pron. the same; strong form of selbe
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