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Translation of braten

GermanEnglish
braten  to fry 
braten to fry; to roast; to broil; to bake

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Sample sentences:
Wir benutzten den Brenner, um das Kaninchen zu braten.

We used the burner to broil the rabbit.
Im Morgengrauen fing der Wanderer einen Steinbutt und briet ihn über dem Feuer. At dawn, the wanderer caught a turbot and cooked it over the fire.
In seiner Pause briet der Gärtner einige junge Zwiebeln. During his break, the gardener fried up some young onions.


In this poem there is not any movement, it is only a snapshot of life, it means it is a picture, almost dead, as there is no movement at all. And this is the reason why the poem seems to be calming.
I interpret this as follows: It reflects the calm life without any hectic atmosphere. The life that these two are looking for (like they did before) is far away: Far away, beyond the river.
I had imagined my first dinner to be a little different, but I was already here and wanted to make the best out of it. So i ate there and return to my hostel at around ten o'clock at night.

German VerbsPresentPast  
Conjugation of braten
[gebraten]
brate  brätst  brät  braten  bratet  braten  briet  brietest  briet  brieten  brietet  brieten     
English Verbs    
Conjugation of bake   [ baked, baked ]
Conjugation of broil   [ broiled, broiled ]
Conjugation of fry   [ fried, fried ]
Conjugation of roast   [ roasted, roasted ]