adj.德国人的, 德语的, 德国的
He was born of German parents.
They supported Japan's taking over of all the former German interests in Shandong Province.
She was German by birth but is now of French citizenship.
It's more useful to learn modern languages, such as English and German, than Latin.
She is British but also has German connections.
He speaks fluent German.
I know a little German.
A German scientist interrupted me and asked if I came from China.
a person of German nationality
the standard German language; developed historically from West Germanic
of or pertaining to or characteristic of Germany or its people or language
of a more or less German nature; somewhat German
a distributor for the German market
an exchange with a German student
A German firm launched a takeover bid for the company.
A girl of the German team was flying two steps ahead of Wilma.
a lecturer in German at Plymouth University