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Hangover in German 🇩🇪


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

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Tips to remember the German word “der Kater”:
– Associate “der Kater” with the English word “hangover” to make a connection between the two.
– Visualize a cat (“der Kater” also means “the tomcat” in German) with a hangover to help remember the word.

Explanations:
– “Der Kater” is a masculine noun in German.
– It refers to the physical and emotional discomfort experienced after consuming alcohol, known as a hangover in English.
– In German, “der Kater” is primarily associated with the aftereffects of excessive alcohol consumption.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– Rausch (masc. noun): intoxication
– Katzenjammer (masc. noun): severe headache, literal translation is “cat’s wail”

Alternate meanings or slang:
– In colloquial German, “der Kater” can also refer to a male cat (tomcat). However, in the context of alcohol, it is the most common usage.

Examples of sentences using “der Kater”:
1. Ich trinke nie zu viel Alkohol, weil ich am nächsten Tag keinen Kater haben möchte.
(English: I never drink too much alcohol because I don’t want to have a hangover the next day.)
2. Er hatte gestern eine wilde Party und leidet jetzt unter einem schlimmen Kater.
(English: He had a wild party yesterday and now he’s suffering from a terrible hangover.)
3. Nach einer langen Nacht mit Freunden quält mich heute ein heftiger Kater.
(English: After a long night with friends, I’m suffering from a severe hangover today.)

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