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English German
noon {adj} [attr.] [taking place at or around noon]
110
Mittags-
sb. bustled [about / around; in; out; (back) into sth., over to; round sth.]
24
jd. hastete [herum; herein; hinaus; (wieder) in etw. hinein; hinüber zu; um etw. herum]
for. [of a tree; so big that a man cannot put his arms around it with the fingertips just touching each other] {adj}
9
übergriffig [veraltet] [Baumstamm, den ein Mann nicht umklaftern kann]
wraparound {adj} [attr.] [also: wrap-around] [e.g. windscreen, sunglasses]
8
Panorama- [z. B. Windschutzscheibe, Sonnenbrille]
about {adv} [all around]
7
ringsum
proverb [Only fools go around defacing things.]Narrenhände beschmieren Tisch und Wände.
[the other way round / around] {adv} anders herum [FALSCH für: andersherum]
about {adv} [all around]ringsherum
flourishable {adj} [can be waved around]schwenkbar [geeignet herumzuschwenken]
midafternoon {adv} [around 3 pm]am Nachmittag [ca. 15 Uhr]
sb. frisked [danced around]jd. tanzte herum
sixish [coll.] [around six years in age]etwa sechs [nur prädikativ] [Altersangabe]
sixish {adj} [coll.] [around six years in age]etwa sechs Jahre alt
surrounding {adj} [attr.] [standing around]umherstehend
electr. material textil. twined {adj} {past-p} [coiled around sth.]verdrillt
Verbs
to reverse sth. [turn around]
384
etw. herumdrehen
to mill [move around aimlessly]
208
herumschlendern
to wander [walk around casually]
161
herumlaufen
to straggle [wander around]
86
umherstreifen
to frisk [leap around]
48
hüpfen
to scamper [run around at great speed]
42
umhersausen [ugs.]
to stray [rove around, tramp]
28
vagabundieren [umherstreifen]
to flash [coll.] [to run around naked]
18
flitzen [ugs.] [nackt herumlaufen]
to round sth. [pass completely around]
15
etw. umrunden
to embrace sth./sb. [to put one's arms around with the fingertips just touching each other; e.g. a tree, a person]
8
etw./jdn. umklaftern [veraltet] [mit ausgebreiteten Armen umfassen (sodass sich die Fingerspitzen eben berühren); z. B. einen Baum od. Menschen]
audio to pan sth. [to move sth. around in the stereo sound image]
7
etw. pannen [etw. im Stereoklangbild verschieben]
to obvolve [obs.] [to wrap around]
5
umwickeln
to circulate [pass around]die Runde machen [ugs.] [herumgereicht werden]
math. to circumscribe sth. [to construct one regular geometrical figure around another so as to touch as many points as possible]etw.Akk. umbeschreiben
to clench sth. [to clench one's fingers / hands around sth.]die Finger / Hände um etw.Akk. krampfen
to cluster [crowd around]sich drängen
to cluster [crowd around]sich scharen
to gawk [coll.] [to stand around gawking]Maulaffen feilhalten [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to gird sb. [literary] [put a belt around sb.'s waist]jdm. einen Gürtel umlegen
to maunder [move around in a dreamy manner]verträumt herumgehen
to moon [about, around, away]seine Zeit vertun
to tootle [esp. Br.] [coll.] [drive around at a leisurely pace]gondeln [ugs.] [ohne Eile (herum)fahren]
to turn [around]sichAkk. umdrehen
Nouns
cloth. handkerchief [around the neck]
57
Halstuch {n}
cloth. scarf [esp. worn around the waist]
25
Schärpe {f}
anat. pleura [the lining around the lung]
24
Brustfell {n}
cloth. scarf [worn around the shoulders]
15
Schultertuch {n}
anat. zool. pleura [the lining around the lung]
14
Rippenfell {n}
[rotating time period during which a resident of e.g. an apartment is responsible for cleaning shared areas in and around the building such as sidewalks, driveways, hallways, etc.]
13
Kehrwoche {f} [südd.] [bes. schwäb.]
sports airflow [also airstream, flow of air around a moving person or vehicle]
13
Fahrtwind {m}
braids [Am.] [around one's head]
11
Kranz {m} [Kranzfrisur]
med. print caduceus [winged staff with two snakes wrapped around it]
8
Hermesstab {m} [geflügelter Stab mit zwei gewundenen Schlangen; auch Symbol für Medizin in den USA] [Unicode: U+2624 (9764)]
bot. ecol. tussock [small area of grass that is thicker or longer than the grass growing around it]
8
Bülte {f} [nordd.] [grasbewachsene Bodenerhebung in Moor oder Bruch]
meteo. [a cold spell around June 11th]
7
Schafskälte {f}
Fachidiot [loan word for an expert uninterested in what goes around him]
5
Fachidiot {m}
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