German Dictionary

Translation of beginnen

beginnen Nach dem Kochen werde ich mit dem Essen beginnen. to begin     After cooking I will begin to eat.
beginnen to begin    ; to start    ; to commence    

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Sample sentences:
Auf das Stichwort hin begann das Abendprogramm, und die Menge gröhlte.

On cue, the evening entertainment started, and the crowd roared.
Nachdem die Testpatienten mit der erhöhten Einnahme von Magnesium begannen, verbesserten sich die Symptome. After the subjects commenced their increased intake of magnesium, the symptoms improved.
Vor dem Start begann der Propeller, sich zu drehen. Before takeoff, the propeller started spinning.
nächsten Monat beginnen to start next month
anfangen, beginnen () to begin (began, begun)
beginnen mit to start with; to commence with
beginnen, anfangen begin; began; begun
anfangen; beginnen to begin; to start
beginnen zu tun begin doing/to do
starten; anfangen; beginnen start
anfangen, beginnen to commence
Arbeit beginnen to start work

We do not see the spider eating the moth, we only see a yellow spider sitting on a red flower holding a brown moth. But we know what will occur: There will be a cruel and nasty act of the nature.
The writer describes this situation by putting the persons into a natural environment. On one side there was no shade and there weren't any trees, he says. This description can be interpreted.
I connected to a group of people and we played some volleyball, had some drinks and they told me a little about the place and the country in general. I returned to the hostel and took a cold shower.
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German VerbsPresentPast  
Conjugation of beginnen
beginne  beginnst  beginnt  beginnen  beginnt  beginnen  begann  begannst  begann  begannen  begannt  begannen     
English Verbs    
Conjugation of begin   [ began, begun ]
Conjugation of commence   [ commenced, commenced ]
Conjugation of start   [ started, started ]