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English to German: Learn Numbers and How to Count in German

If you are looking for a place to build on your German number vocabulary, you've come to the right place. This page contains the English to German translations for several numbers including all of the numbers from 0 to 23 (zero to twenty-three), plus selected numbers in the thirties and the translations for the numbers 40 (forty), 50 (fifty), 60 (sixty), 70 (seventy), 80 (eighty), 90 (ninety), 100 (one hundred), 500 (five hundred), 1000 (one thousand), and 1,000,000 (one million).

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English to German Numbers:

Whether you are taking online German classes, doing distance learning German, or studying German abroad in Europe, our English to German dictionary is always being updated with new German number translations which makes it an excellent supplement for those trying to learn how to speak German.

View this list of German numbers with translations from: German to English or English to German

(Words in bold added/corrected during the last update.)

Zero - Null - 0
One - Eins - 1
Two - Zwei - 2
Three - Drei - 3
Four - Vier - 4

Five - Fünf - 5
Six - Sechs - 6
Seven - Sieben - 7
Eight - Acht - 8
Nine - Neun - 9

Ten - Zehn - 10
Eleven - Elf - 11
Twelve - Zwölf - 12
Thirteen - Dreizehn - 13
Fourteen - Vierzehn - 14
Fifteen - Fünfzehn - 15
Sixteen - Sechzehn - 16
Seventeen - Siebzehn - 17
Eighteen - Achtzehn - 18
Nineteen - Neunzehn - 19

Twenty - Zwanzig - 20
Twenty one - Einundzwanzig - 21
Twenty two - Zweiundzwanzig - 22
Twenty three - Dreiundzwanzig - 23

Thirty - Dreißig - 30
Thirty one - Einunddreißig - 31
Thirty two - Zweiunddreißig - 32
Thirty three - Dreiunddreißig - 33

Forty - Vierzig - 40
Fifty - Fünfzig - 50
Sixty - Sechzig - 60
Seventy - Siebzig - 70
Eighty - Achtzig - 80
Ninety - Neunzig - 90

One hundred - Einhundert/Hundert - 100
Five hundred - Fünfhundert - 500

Thousand - Tausend - 1,000

One million - eine Million - 1,000,000

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