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arrow der Pfeil
How to say “arrow” in German? “Der Pfeil”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “der Pfeil” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on arrow in German like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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tips to remember the German word:
– Visualize an arrow in your mind while saying the word “der Pfeil” to create a mental association.
– Practice using the word in sentences or by labeling objects with arrows in your surroundings.
– Break down the word into smaller parts, such as “Pfei” and “l,” and associate them with familiar words or images.

explanations:
In German, “der Pfeil” translates to “the arrow” in English. It refers to a slender, pointed projectile that is shot from a bow or crossbow. Arrows have been used in various cultures for hunting, sports, and warfare. The word can also metaphorically represent direction, guidance, or a symbol used in signage.

other words that mean the same thing:
– “Pfleilchen” (diminutive form of der Pfeil, meaning “little arrow”)
– “Pfieile” (plural form of der Pfeil, meaning “arrows”)

alternate meanings or slang:
In informal or colloquial contexts, “Pfeil” can be used metaphorically to describe a sharp or witty remark, similar to the English expression “a sharp tongue” or “a sharp remark.” However, this usage is less common and typically found in specific dialects or regional slang.

examples of sentences:
1. Der Pfeil flog durch die Luft und traf das Ziel perfekt. (The arrow flew through the air and hit the target perfectly.)
2. Im Straßenverkehr zeigt der Pfeil an, in welche Richtung man abbiegen soll. (In traffic, the arrow indicates which direction to turn.)
3. Sein Kommentar traf sie wie ein Pfeil ins Herz. (His comment hit her like an arrow to the heart.)
4. Er ist ein echter Scherzkeks und hat immer einen Pfeil auf den Lippen. (He is a real joker and always has a sharp remark on his lips.)

Note: Remember to keep practicing and using the word in different contexts to reinforce your memory and understanding of its various meanings and usage.

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