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am

  
   prep  
a    contr  
     an dem   
b      (zur Bildung des Superlativs)    er war am tapfersten      he was (the) bravest  
sie hat es am besten/schönsten gemalt      she painted it best/(the) most beautifully  
am besten machen wir das morgen      we'd do best to do it tomorrow, the best thing would be for us to do it tomorrow  
am seltsamsten war ...      the strangest thing was ...  
c      (als Zeitangabe)    on  
am letzten Sonntag      last Sunday  
am 8. Mai      on the eighth of May, on May (the   (Brit)  ) eighth,   (geschrieben)    on May 8th  
am Morgen/Abend      in the morning/evening  
am Tag darauf/zuvor      (on) the following/previous day  
d      (als Ortsangabe)    on the  ,   (bei Gebirgen)    at the foot of the
    an       prep +dat, a  
e    inf, als Verlaufsform   ich war gerade am Weggehen      I was just leaving  
f      (Aus)   (=auf dem)   on the
g      (Comm)  
am Lager      in stock  
Translation German - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

Am, Ami, Amt, ABM

am Lager exp.
in stock

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Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
exp.
in the evening ; in the evening(s)
exp.
first
exp.
best
exp.
on the very brink of the grave
exp.
at the next table
exp.
at the next table
exp.
at work ; in the office ; on the shop floor
exp.
to live in the same village/town
exp.
to walk with (the aid of) a stick ; to be in a bad way {or} in bad shape ; to be dead beat {or} dead ; to be in difficulties
exp.
in broad daylight
exp.
high in the sky ; high up in the sky
exp.
in the morning/evening
exp.
along (by the side of) the stream
exp.
to turn a knob on the radio
exp.
at the house/station
exp.
down the hill
exp.
to be in the stocks {or} pillory ; to be being pilloried
[Lit.]
exp.
to suck one's thumb
exp.
to trellis ; to train on a trellis
exp.
yesterday
exp.
yesterday evening ; last night
exp.
to be at its highest
exp.
to suck one's thumb
exp.
to be at a crossroads
exp.
to be sitting (at the table) having lunch
exp.
next morning/day
am nächsten Morgen/Tage = the next morning/day
exp.
on the last day of each month
exp.
the next day/evening/year ; the day/evening/year after (that)
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'am' also found in translations in English-German dictionary
exp.
am Steuer ; am Ruder
[Lit.]
exp.
am meisten ; am allermeisten
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