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meistens in English:

1. mostly

Tom eats mostly fruits and vegetables, and only eats meat about once a week.
That's mostly right.
A motel is like a hotel only much smaller and is used mostly by people traveling by automobile.
Morality is mostly a matter of how much temptation you can withstand.
In elementary school, I was a prodigy and I was mostly the first or second best student in my class.
Many's the long night I've dreamed of cheese — toasted mostly.
Little did Christopher Columbus know that future pirates are mostly internet pirates: The closest they will ever get to surfing the sea is being in a bathtub.
This debate about the future of the ozone layer has been mostly about profits and politics.
Yea... Dima continued, talking mostly to himself. "It's as if the author of my story got into some stupid argument, retired to Fiji, and just left me here to rot."
Mostly likely, he's come back from the workshop.
The food at the canteen isn't very good, and the menu contains mostly unhealthy foods, too salted or sweetened.
I play football mostly at the weekend but sometimes on Wednesday too.
Smart mob is sometimes perceived as a political danger - mostly in the countries lacking in traditions of democracy.
The park gets some three million visitors a year, mostly in the three peak summer months.
I like to eyeball my ingredients, mostly because I don't feel like washing my measuring cups over and over.

English word "meistens"(mostly) occurs in sets:

German others

2. most of the time

I speak on the phone most of the time.
I slept most of the time.

English word "meistens"(most of the time) occurs in sets:

time adverbs