Meanings

1.
whole, entire, all
(gets adjective endings)
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2.
completely
(adverb)
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Opposite: teilweise
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3.
not broken, fixed
(for devices and other objects)
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Opposite: kaputt
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very, extremly
(for most negative adjectives)
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5.
fairly, moderately
(for a select few common positive adjectives like "gut", "interessant", "lecker" or "nett". And yes, this is in contrast to the meaning before this one and yes, German is fun like that sometimes.)
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The meaning of German "alle"

A fun look at the meaning of "alle" and how one word can be "empty" and "all" at the same time. And we'll learn when to use "alle" and "ganze".

Vocab:

alle, ganze, alles in allem, all die


The 2 meanings of " ganz"

A fun look at the meanings of "ganz", its super common use as intensifier, a really random twist. And my toilet paper situation #notgood


Word Family

Root: *guhen-
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