Schweden translation | German-English dictionary



Schwe•den      nt   , -s   Sweden
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in Schweden zahlt man hohe Steuern exp.
in Sweden tax is very high ; in Sweden people are highly taxed

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Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
I'm taking the car to Sweden ; I'm going to Sweden by car
'Schweden' also found in translations in English-German dictionary
die Schweden
Schweden ist ein tolles Land
wir fahren morgen nach Schweden
die schmale Durchfahrt zwischen Dänemark und Schweden
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"Schweden": examples and translations in context
Nickel-Metallhydrid-Batterien werden in Schweden bereits verwendet. Nickel-metal hydrid batteries are a type of battery already used in Sweden.
In Schweden sind 70 Prozent der Bevölkerung dagegen. In Sweden, 70 % of the population is opposed to this.
Die Schweden waren stets gespalten bezüglich Blomkvist. The Swedes have always had divided opinions on Blomkvist.
Mit großem Abstand folgen dann Dänemark und Schweden. Denmark and Sweden are next, with considerably lower figures.
Schweden hat sich einer zwischenstaatlichen Zusammenarbeit angeschlossen, keiner Föderation. Sweden joined on the basis of intergovernmental cooperation, it did not join a federation.
Ich verlasse Schweden als freundlicheres Land. I'll leave Sweden a much more amiable country.
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