[ðəʊz, Am ðoʊz] adj
1) pl of that (to identify specific persons/things) diese;
look at \those chaps over there schau' dir die Typen da drüben an;
how much are \those brushes? wie viel kosten diese Bürsten;
(more distant)
I'd like \those please, not these ich hätte lieber die da, nicht diese
2) pl of that (familiar referent) jene;
several people died in \those riots mehrere Menschen starben bei jenen Unruhen;
where are \those children of yours? wo sind deine Kinder?
3) pl of that (singling out)
\those ... who/which [or that] ... diejenigen ... die ...;
\those people who would like to go on the trip should put their names on the list die Personen, die die Reise machen wollen, müssen sich in der Liste eintragen;
I've always liked \those biscuits with the almonds in them ich mag die Kekse mit den Mandeln drinnen pron
1) pl of that (the things over there) diejenigen;
what are \those? are they edible? was ist das? kann man die essen?;
these peaches aren't ripe enough to eat, try \those on the table diese Pfirsiche sind noch nicht reif genug, versuch' die auf dem Tisch
2) pl of that (the people over there) das;
\those are my kids over there das sind meine Kinder da drüben
3) pl of that (past times) damals;
\those were the days das war eine tolle Zeit;
\those were the olden days das war die gute alte Zeit;
\those were some good times we had wir hatten eine gute Zeit damals
4) pl of that (familiar referent) das;
\those are the hard things in life das sind die schwierigen Dinge des Lebens
5) pl of that (the people)
\those who ... diejenigen, die ...;
\those who follow the rules will be rewarded with privileges diejenigen, die die Regeln befolgen, werden mit Privilegien belohnt;
\those who want to can come back by a later train wer will, kann mit einem späteren Zug zurückfahren;
one of \those (belonging to a group) eine(r) davon;
there are many Mormons here, in fact, he's one of \those hier sind viele Mormonen, tatsächlich gehört er dazu;
to be one of \those who ... eine(r) von denen sein, die ...;
he's one of \those who make you feel good by just smiling and saying hello er gehört zu denen, bei denen man sich schon gut fühlt, wenn sie nur lächeln und hallo sagen
6) pl of that (the ones) diejenigen;
the coldest hours are \those just before dawn die kältesten Stunden sind die vor Tagesanbruch;
\those which ... diejenigen, die ...;
my favourite chocolates are \those which have cherries and brandy inside them meine Lieblingsschokolade ist die mit Kirschen und Brandy

English-German students dictionary . 2013.

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