Ledig vs Verfügbar

RexV

RexV


I just checked these two words with a dictionary, but I get to the same meaning. Are they interchangeable or should one of them be used in a specific situation?
 
sfpugh

sfpugh

I don't know which dictionary you are using, but the Leo dictionary has:
https://dict.leo.org/german-english/

Ledig = single, unmarried, alone, unwed.
verfügbar= available, disposable, spendable, on hand

Verfügbar can be used to say how long a film will be available in a TV catch up service. eg:
Video verfügbar bis 17.07.2019

They are not really the same thing at all.

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