glove in German and example sentences

glove in German

Pronunciation
n. Handschuh, schützende Bedeckung für die Hände
v. Handschuhe anziehen; mit Handschuhe versorgen

Example Sentences

"Ah, my dear," cried Lady Narborough, putting on her gloves, "don't tell me that you have exhausted life.
"Ah, mein Lieber!" rief Lady Narborough und zog ihre Handschuhe an, "sagen Sie mir nicht, daß Sie das Leben erschöpft haben.
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"Yes, of course," answered Lord Henry, sinking into a chair and slowly pulling off his yellow gloves.
"Ja, natürlich", erwiderte Lord Henry, ließ sich in einen Stuhl nieder und zog seine gelben Handschuhe langsam aus.
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“Mary Ann! Mary Ann!” cried the voice. “Fetch me my gloves immediately!” Then came a little pattering of feet coming up the stairs.
»Marianne! Marianne!« sagte die Stimme, »hole mir gleich meine Handschuhe!« dann kam ein Trappeln von kleinen Füßen die Treppe herauf.
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As she spoke, she looked down at her hands, and noticed with astonishment that as she was talking she had put on one of the rabbit’s white gloves.
Als sie so sprach, sah sie auf ihre Hände hinab und bemerkte mit Erstaunen, daß sie beim Reden einen von den weißen Handschuhen des Kaninchens angezogen hatte.
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Lord Henry looked in the direction in which the trembling gloved hand was pointing.
Lord Henry sah in die Richtung, wohin die behandschuhte Hand zitternd wies.
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Lord Henry took up his hat and gloves.
Lord Henry nahm seinen Hut und seine Handschuhe.
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Nurses wear gloves so they are not infected with diseases.
Krankenpfleger tragen Handschuhe, um sich nicht mit Krankheiten zu infizieren.
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She sat down on a stool, drew her foot out of the heavy clog, and it into the slipper – which fitted like a glove.
Dann setzte es sich auf einen Schemel, zog den Fuß aus dem schweren Holzschuh und steckte ihn in den Pantoffel, der war wie angegossen.
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The rabbit started violently, let the gloves and the fan fall, and ran off into the darkness – as fast as it could.
Das Kaninchen fuhr zusammen, ließ die weißen Handschuhe und den Fächer fallen und lief davon in die Nacht hinein, so schnell es konnte.
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There stood poor Gerda now, without shoes or gloves, in the very middle of dreadful icy Finland.
Da stand nun die arme Gerda, ohne Stiefelchen, ohne Handschuhe, mitten in der unwirtbaren, kalten Finnmark.
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All of the boys were wearing gloves.
Alle Jungen trugen Handschuhe.
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The gentleman took off his gloves and top hat.
Der Herr legte seine Handschuhe und seinen Zylinder ab.
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These gloves belong to Tom.
Diese Handschuhe gehören Tom.
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He is wearing gloves.
Er hat Handschuhe an.
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He is wearing gloves.
Er trägt Handschuhe.
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Did Mary knit gloves for you both?
Hat Maria euch allen beiden Handschuhe gestrickt?
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I bought a pair of gloves.
Ich habe Handschuhe gekauft.
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I let Tom borrow my baseball glove.
Ich habe Tom meinen Baseballhandschuh geliehen.
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I can't touch the corpse without gloves.
Ich kann die Leiche nicht ohne Handschuhe anrühren.
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I let Tom borrow my baseball glove.
Ich lieh Tom meinen Baseballhandschuh.
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Verb forms for glove
Present participle: gloving
Present: glove (3.person: gloves)
Past: gloved
Future: will glove
Present conditional: would glove
Present Perfect: have gloved (3.person: has gloved)
Past Perfect: had gloved
Future Perfect: will have gloved
Past conditional: would have gloved