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English-German translation for: [abandon]
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Dictionary English German: [abandon]

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English German
abandoned {adj} [with abandon]
41
hingebungsvoll
Verbs
to leave sb./sth. [quit, abandon, desert]
3876
jdn./etw. verlassen
to forsake sb. [literary] [leave, abandon]
2083
jdn. verlassen
to scrub sth. [drop, abandon]
144
etw.Akk. einstampfen [ugs.] [abblasen, fallen lassen, aufgeben]
to loose [abandon, forsake]
89
verlassen
to drop sth. [abandon]
83
etw.Akk. abbrechen [aufgeben, fallen lassen]
to scrub [coll.] [cancel, abandon]
76
streichen [abschaffen, kürzen]
to forsake sb. [abandon]
37
jdn. aufgeben [keine Hoffnung mehr in jdn. setzen]
to drop sth. [abandon]
24
etw. sausenlassen [ugs.; aufgeben, fallen lassen]
to forlese sth. [obs.] [abandon]
8
etw. aufgeben [verlassen]
to bury sb./sth. [fig.] [to abandon, to withdraw support]jdn./etw. fallen lassen [fig.] [auch: fallenlassen] [aufgeben, die Unterstützung entziehen]
to drop sth. [abandon]etw. sausen lassen [ugs.] [aufgeben, fallen lassen]
to drop sth. [abandon]etw. sein lassen [ugs.]
to forsake sb./sth. [literary] [abandon sb.]jdn./etw. im Stich lassen [Redewendung] [jdn. verlassen; etw. aufgeben, zurücklassen]
naut. to jettison sth. [also fig.: abandon or discard sth.]etw. über Bord werfen [auch fig.: etw. endgültig aufgeben oder fallen lassen]
to scrub sth. [coll.] [cancel, abandon]etw. sausen lassen [ugs.]
Nouns
abandonment [abandon]
37
Hingabe {f}
2 Words
educ. drop-out [abandon of studies]Studienabbruch {m}
3 Words
to sell out to sb./sth. [idiom] [abandon one's principles for reasons of expedience]sich an jdn./etw. verkaufen [für Geld oder Gewährung anderer Vorteile seine Prinzipien über Bord werfen]
4 Words
to give oneself up to sth. [abandon oneself to sth.]sich etw.Dat. hingeben
to turn one's back on sb. [abandon]jdn. im Stich lassen
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