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

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Tips to remember the German word “die Biene”:
– Imagine a bee buzzing around a biplane (which sounds like “Biene” in German) to associate the word with its meaning.
– Visualize a bee with a tag that says “Bee-in-German” to help you remember the word.
– Create flashcards with pictures of bees and the German word “Biene” to reinforce the connection.

– “Die Biene” is the German word for “the bee” and it is a feminine noun.
– It refers to the insect belonging to the Apidae family, known for its role in pollination and honey production.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– “Die Honigbiene” (honeybee)
– “Das Bienenweibchen” (female bee)
– “Das Summtier” (buzzing animal)

Alternate meanings and slang:
– In slang, the word “Biene” can be used to refer to an attractive or cute person, similar to the English slang term “honey” or “sweetie.”

Examples of sentences:
1. Die Biene summt von Blume zu Blume. (The bee buzzes from flower to flower.)
2. Lisa hat Angst vor Bienen. (Lisa is scared of bees.)
3. Die Honigbiene sammelt fleißig Nektar. (The honeybee diligently collects nectar.)
4. Schau mal, wie süß diese kleine Biene ist! (Look how cute this little bee is!)

“Die Biene” is the German word for “the bee.” It can be associated with images of a bee buzzing around a biplane or using flashcards with pictures and the word “Biene.” The word can also mean “honeybee” and “female bee,” and in slang, it can refer to an attractive person. Some example sentences include “Die Biene summt von Blume zu Blume” (The bee buzzes from flower to flower) and “Schau mal, wie süß diese kleine Biene ist!” (Look how cute this little bee is!).

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