Translation of "stone" into German

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stone [stəun] noun
pl. stones
der Stein m
The boy threw a stone.
Der Junge hat einen Stein geworfen.
das Korn n (hail)

Phrases (22)

  1. agate stone - Achat
  2. cherry stone - Kirschkern
  3. coping stone - Deckstein
  4. cup marked stone - Schälchenstein
  5. foundation stone - Grundstein
  6. kidney stone - Nierenstein
  7. precious stone - Edelstein
  8. pumice stone - Bimsstein
  9. Queens of the stone age - Queens of the Stone Age
  10. rubbing stone - Reibstein


The boy threw a stone. Der Junge hat einen Stein geworfen.
Mayan pyramids and large temples were built elegantly using stone tools. Pyramiden und große Tempel der Maya wurden elegant mit Hilfe steinerner Vorrichtungen gebaut.
A stone does not float. Ein Stein schwimmt nicht.
The boy throws a stone. Der Junge wirft einen Stein.
He picked up a stone. Er hob einen Stein auf.

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