GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. able to communicate in the German language.
- adj. able to communicate in German
“Our house sat in a redwood forest populated by bobcats, mushrooms, and what my German-speaking grandmother thrillingly referred to as Wildschweinen, “wild pigs,” disappointingly called “boar” in English.”
“Müller, born in a German-speaking village in Romania, writes almost exclusively about life in that country under the dictatorship of Nicolae Ceauescu.”
“ Müller, born in a German-speaking village in Romania, writes almost exclusively about life in that country under the dictatorship of Nicolae Ceauescu.”
“A point must be made as to German-speaking linguistic areas, as opposed to just Germany de jure.”
“They got the Rhineland and Westphalia after the Congress of Vienna, which vastly strengthened them vis a vis Austria (Vienna was the traditional center of power for the German-speaking world, seeing as it was the capital for the Hapsburg and predecessor Holy Roman Empire).”
“I don't speak German, but I have (old) technophobic German-speaking relatives around here, as well as relatives in Germany who don't speak anything but German.”
“Now, the watchword is evolution, with a series of impressive productions earning the house Jahrbuch Opernwelt's prize for Opera House of the Year 2011—the first time it has been awarded outside of a German-speaking country.”
“All of the German-speaking festivals thrive on the sort of food that makes schnitzel seem the lite option.”
“To be born Hungarian and Jewish and German-speaking is to start at a slightly odd angle to the world.”
“When I was a little boy, my German-speaking grandmother would mutter something whenever she picked up my baby sister or told my mother what a handsome son she had.”
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