Satellite is a common noun

Declension and plural of satellite

The declension of the noun Satellit is in the singular genitive Satellites and in the plural nominative Satellites. The noun satellite is declined with the declension endings en / en. The gender or the voice of satellite is masculine and the specific article is "der". Here you can not only inflect Satellit but also all German nouns. The noun is part of the vocabulary of the German certificate or level C1. Commentet

C1 Masculine · weak · Endings en / en

the satellite

satelliteen · satelliteen

man-made body orbiting a celestial body; natural body orbiting a celestial body; Trabant; moon

satellite

Declension of satellite in singular and plural in all cases

Singular

Nom.thesatellite
Gene.ofsatelliteen
Datethesatelliteen
Acc.thesatelliteen

Plural

Nom.thesatelliteen
Gene.thesatelliteen
Datethesatelliteen
Acc.thesatelliteen

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Declination forms of satellite

Summary of all declension forms of the noun Satellit in all cases


The satellite declension online as a declension table with all forms in the singular (singular) and in the plural (plural) and in all four cases nominative (also 1st case, who case), genitive (also 2nd case, Wes case, Wessen- Case), dative (also 3rd case, whom-case) and accusative (also 4th case, whom-case) clearly presented as a table. The inflection or declination of the noun satellite is an aid for homework, exams, exams, for German lessons at school, for learning German, for studying, German as a foreign language (DaZ), German as a second language (DaZ) and for adult education . Especially for German learners the correct declension of the word Satellit is crucial. Further information can be found under Wiktionary Satellite and under Satellite in the Duden.

DeclinationSatellite

SingularPlural
Nom.the satellitethe satellites
Gene.of the satellitethe satellite
Datethe satellitethe satellite
Acc.the satellitethe satellites

DeclinationSatellite

  • Singular: the satellite, the satellite, the satellite, the satellite
  • Plural: the satellites, the satellites, the satellites, the satellites

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