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Translation of einen

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einen a; an; one; to unify; to unite

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Sample sentences:
Zu seinem Steak trank er gerne einen guten Burgunder.

With his steak, he liked a good Burgundy.
Er benutzte einen Drahtstift, so dass die beiden Rahmenteile nicht wieder auseinanderfallen konnten. He used a brad to keep the two parts of the frame from falling apart again.
Nach dem Abendessen trank er ein Glas Bourbon und las einen Roman. After dinner, he drank a glass of bourbon and read a novel.
einen Film zeigen; einen Film vorführen to screen a film
vorschlagen; einen Antrag machen; sich erklären propose
einen Höhepunkt haben to peak; to climax; to pinnacle
einen Zeugen befragen hear a witness; examine a witness
einen Termin bestätigen confirm an appointment
zusammenbrechen; einen Kollaps erleiden to collapse
einen Termin abmachen3 to arrange an appointment
einen (Fötus) abtreiben to abort (a foetus)
einen Antrag bewilligen to allow an application


I found the idea of having two health care systems disgusting. We entered the rooms of the local hospital and the images there were horrifying. I don't know why he took me there until this day.
It was a cozy place with a beautiful shower and hot water, a nice garden and a great patio. The price was not high for the value I received there. The room had a carpet, a wooden cupboard and TV.
Once at the JFK I had six hours of stop over. That was plenty of time to think whether it was worth flying to Cancun or staying a few days in NY, waiting for the hurricane to pass. I called friends.

English Verbs    
Conjugation of one   [ oned, oned ]
Conjugation of unify   [ unified, unified ]
Conjugation of unite   [ united, united ]