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

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To remember the German word “die Traube” for “grape,” a mental image might help. Imagine a group of people (a “troupe”) performing in a vineyard among grapevines. The word “troupe” sounds somewhat like “Traube” and can serve as your mnemonic device.

“Die Traube” in German specifically refers to a bunch of grapes, rather than an individual grape, which is “die Weintraube” or “die Beere” for grape berry. Here are some other terms related to “die Traube”:

– “Die Weintraube” – The grape as related to wine.
– “Die Beere” – The berry, which can also be used to refer to a grape.
– “Der Weinberg” – The vineyard, where “Trauben” are grown.

In German, “Traube” can also mean a cluster or bunch of something else, like keys or people. The word does not have any common slang meanings.

Examples of sentences using “die Traube”:
– “Im Herbst ernten wir die Trauben in unserem Weinberg.” (In autumn, we harvest the grapes in our vineyard.)
– “Sie kaufte eine große Traube am Markt.” (She bought a large bunch of grapes at the market.)
– “Die Trauben sind dieses Jahr besonders süß.” (The grapes are particularly sweet this year.)

Let’s clarify that “eine Traube” translates to “a bunch” as in a bunch of grapes, so if you are purchasing individual grapes, you’d simply refer to them as “Weintrauben” or “Beeren.” However, typically, grapes are bought and sold in bunches, making “Traube” the right word for a typical purchase.

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