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ich
     1. pron. I
ich merkte
ich weiß nicht
spürte
     1. v. first-person singular past tense of spüren
     2. v. third-person singular past tense of spüren
     3. v. first-person singular subjunctive II of spüren
     4. v. third-person singular subjunctive II of spüren
wie
     1. adv. how
           Wie groß bist du?
             How tall are you?
           Ich weiß nicht, wie die Katze hereingekommen ist.
             I don't know how the cat got in.
           Wie wunderbar!
             How wonderful!
     2. conj. like
           Freunde sind wie Sterne in der Nacht.
             Friends are like stars in the night.
     3. conj. as
           Wie ihr wisst, bin ich in Dortmund aufgewachsen.
             As you know, I grew up in Dortmund.
           Ich bin so schnell wie du.
             I’m as fast as you are.
     4. conj. (colloquial, nonstandard) than
           Der Junge ist größer wie sein Vater.
             The boy is taller than his father.
     5. conj. (chiefly colloquial) when (referring to the past)
           Ich hab ihn gesehen, wie ich in Köln war.
             I saw him when I was in Cologne.
           Wie ich zur Tür herauskomme, steht da mein alter Schulfreund.
             When I came out the door, my old school-day friend was standing in front of me.
wie fett du bist!
lieblich wie ein Engel
Ich
     1. n-n. (psychology) ego, the Ich
     2. n-n. self, me, him, etc.
           das wahre Ich - the real me
     3. pron. I
meine
     1. pron. feminine nominative singular of mein
     2. pron. feminine accusative singular of mein
     3. pron. nominative plural of mein
     4. pron. accusative plural of mein
     5. v. first-person singular present indicative of meinen
     6. v. first-person singular present subjunctive of meinen
     7. v. third-person singular present subjunctive of meinen
     8. v. second-person singular imperative of meinen
     meinen
          1. v. to think (to be of the opinion)
          2. v. to mean, to signify
          3. v. to mean, to intend
          4. v. (colloquial) to say
          5. pron. (possessive) accusative singular masculine of mein
          6. pron. (possessive) dative plural of mein
     mein
          1. pron. (possessive) my
Ganze
     1. n. weak declension form of Ganzes
     2. adj. inflected form of ganz
     ganz
          1. adj. entire, whole, complete
          2. adj. (colloquial) whole, intact
          3. adj. (in certain combinations) true, real
                ein ganzer Kerl — “a true man” (implying masculinity, but also uprightness)
          4. adj. (mathematics) integer (of a number)
          5. adv. quite, rather
          6. adv. very
          7. adv. wholly, entirely, all
Emotion
     1. n-f. emotion
in
     1. prep. (in + dative) in; within; at; contained by
           Es ist im Haus. - It is in the house.
     2. prep. (in + dative) pertaining to
     3. prep. (in + accusative) into
           Er geht ins Haus. - He goes into the house.
     4. adj. in, popular
in einem Jahre nun
lassen sie ihn in Ruhe!
den
     1. art. the; accusative masculine singular of der
     2. art. the; dative plural for all genders of der
     3. pron. that; whom; accusative singular of der
der den Stuhl trug
bis er den Kopf fand
Song
     1. n-m. (esp. pop music, colloquial) song
Legen
     1. n-n. (gerund of legen); laying, placement
     2. v. to lay (etw./jmdn. auf etw. (Akk.))
     3. v. to lean (etw. (Akk.) an etw. (Akk.))
     4. v. (reflexive) to lie down (auf etw. (Akk.))
           Ich lege mich auf das Bett. - I lie down on the bed.
konnte
     1. v. first-person singular past tense of können
     2. v. third-person singular past tense of können
und er konnte mich nicht sehen
aber da er weder sprechen konnte
     können
          1. v. (auxiliary, with an infinitive, past participle: “können”) To be able (to do something); can.
                Kannst du ihm helfen? — “Are you able to help him?”
                Ich hätte das machen können. — “I could have done that.”
          2. v. (auxiliary, with an infinitive, past participle: “können”) To be allowed (to do something); to be permitted (to do something); may.
                Kann ich mitkommen? — “May I come along?”
                Er hat nicht ins Kino gehen können. — “He was not allowed to go to the cinema.”
          3. v. (transitive, past participle: “gekonnt”) To know how to do (something); to know; to understand; to be able to do (something); to be capable of; can do (something).
                Ich kann Deutsch und Englisch. — “I know German and English.”
                Kannst du es? — “Can you do it?”
                Das hätte ich nicht gekonnt. — “I couldn’t have done that.” or “I wouldn’t have been capable of that.”
          4. v. (intransitive, past participle: “gekonnt”) To be able to do something implied; can.
                Nein, ich kann nicht. — “No, I can’t.”
                Er hat gekonnt. — “He was able to do it.”
          5. v. (intransitive, colloquial, usually in negation) to be possible, to make sense
                Nächstes Jahr is’n Schaltjahr. – Das kann nich’. Letztes Jahr war doch Schaltjahr!
                  Next year is a leap year. – That’s not possible. Last year was a leap year!
wie
     1. adv. how
           Wie groß bist du?
             How tall are you?
           Ich weiß nicht, wie die Katze hereingekommen ist.
             I don't know how the cat got in.
           Wie wunderbar!
             How wonderful!
     2. conj. like
           Freunde sind wie Sterne in der Nacht.
             Friends are like stars in the night.
     3. conj. as
           Wie ihr wisst, bin ich in Dortmund aufgewachsen.
             As you know, I grew up in Dortmund.
           Ich bin so schnell wie du.
             I’m as fast as you are.
     4. conj. (colloquial, nonstandard) than
           Der Junge ist größer wie sein Vater.
             The boy is taller than his father.
     5. conj. (chiefly colloquial) when (referring to the past)
           Ich hab ihn gesehen, wie ich in Köln war.
             I saw him when I was in Cologne.
           Wie ich zur Tür herauskomme, steht da mein alter Schulfreund.
             When I came out the door, my old school-day friend was standing in front of me.
wie fett du bist!
lieblich wie ein Engel
hart
     1. adj. hard
     2. adj. severe, harsh
     3. adv. hard
     4. adv. sharply, roughly, severely
     5. adv. close (an qualifier to)
Ich
     1. n-n. (psychology) ego, the Ich
     2. n-n. self, me, him, etc.
           das wahre Ich - the real me
     3. pron. I
plötzlich
     1. adj. sudden
     2. adj. abrupt
     3. adj. brusque
     4. adv. suddenly
plötzlich stieß sein Fuß am etwas an
als er plötzlich das Mädchen bemerkte
spielte
     1. v. first-person singular past tense of spielen
     2. v. third-person singular past tense of spielen
     3. v. first-person singular subjunctive II of spielen
     4. v. third-person singular subjunctive II of spielen
Karten spielte man nicht
     spielen
          1. v. to play
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