Bedeutung von “that” — Learner’s Dictionary

that

conjunction us uk strong /ðæt/ weak /ðət/
Extra Examples
It is thought that most people will applaud the decision.I had a gut feeling that he was going to come back.Bear in mind that there's a bank holiday next week.It's a myth that men are better drivers than women.I felt that he lacked the requisite skills for the job.
AFTER VERB/NOUN/ADJECTIVE

A2 used after some verbs, nouns, and adjectives to introduce a new part of a sentence:

He said that he'd collect it later.
Is it true that she's pregnant?
RELATIVE CLAUSE

B1 used instead of 'who' or 'which' at the beginning of a relative clause:

Have you eaten all the cake that I made yesterday?

(Definition von “that conjunction” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)