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Dictionary English German: [defeat]

Translation 1 - 68 of 68

English German
bitter {adj} [taste; also fig.: disappointment, setback, defeat, etc.]
124
herb [bitter; auch fig.: Enttäuschung, Rückschlag, Niederlage etc.]
pol. devastating {adj} [election defeat / victory]
46
erdrutschartig
staggering {adj} [blow, defeat etc.]
34
schwer [Schlag etc.]
roundly {adv} [defeat]
22
eindeutig
home {adj} [attr.] [e.g. cinema, match, advantage, defeat]
21
Heim- [z. B. Kino, Spiel, Vorteil, Niederlage]
inglorious {adj} [defeat]
13
schmählich
roundly {adv} [defeat]
9
klar [eindeutig]
hairsbreadth {adj} [Am.] [victory, defeat]
5
knapp [Sieg, Niederlage]
Verbs
to beat sb. [defeat]
824
jdn. besiegen
to floor sb. [defeat]
358
jdn. schaffen [ugs.] [fertig machen]
to foil sth. [archaic] [defeat]
182
etw.Akk. zunichtemachen
to beat sb. [overcome, defeat]
79
jdn. bezwingen
to skunk sb. [Am.] [coll.] [defeat overwhelmingly in a game or contest]
44
jdn. fertigmachen [ugs.] [völlig besiegen]
to overthrow sb. [defeat an enemy, etc.]
32
jdn. niederwerfen [geh.] [einen Feind etc. besiegen]
to pommel sb./sth. [also pummel] [hit, defeat]
31
jdn./etw. schlagen [prügeln, besiegen]
to overmatch sb./sth. [esp. Am.] [defeat]
28
jdn./etw. besiegen [in Auseinandersetzung überwinden, an Kräften etc. übertreffen]
to worst sb. [archaic] [defeat]
24
jdn. besiegen
sports to cream sb. [esp. Am.] [sl.] [defeat sb. heavily]
23
jdn. verputzen [ugs.] [mühelos besiegen]
to wax sb./sth. [sl.] [defeat decisively]
23
jdn./etw. fertigmachen [ugs.] [vernichtend schlagen]
to marmalize sb. [Br.] [coll.] [to defeat decisively]
13
jdn. abservieren [ugs.]
to marmalise sb. [Br.] [coll.] [to defeat decisively]
12
jdn. abservieren [ugs.]
to checkmate sb. [fig.: thwart; defeat completely; literally: chess]
10
jdn. mattsetzen [fig.: jdm. jede Handlungsmöglichkeit nehmen; jdn. als Gegner ausschalten; wörtl.: Schach]
to worst sb. [archaic] [defeat]
6
jdn. schlagen [besiegen]
to cream sb. [esp. Am.] [sl.] [defeat sb. easily]
5
jdn. wegputzen [ugs.] [mühelos besiegen]
sports to cream sb. [esp. Am.] [sl.] [defeat sb. heavily]
5
jdn. überfahren [hoch, eindeutig besiegen] [Sportjargon]
to checkmate sb. [fig.] [thwart; defeat completely]jdn. matt setzen [alt] [fig.] [jdm. jede Handlungsmöglichkeit nehmen; jdn. als Gegner ausschalten]
sports to cream sb. [esp. Am.] [sl.] [defeat sb. heavily]jdn. entscheidend schlagen
sports to cream sb. [esp. Am.] [sl.] [defeat sb. heavily]jdn. vernichtend schlagen
sports to cream sb. [esp. Am.] [sl.] [defeat sb. heavily]jdn. in die Pfanne hauen [ugs.] [salopp] [vernichtend besiegen]
mil. to discomfit sb. [archaic] [defeat in battle]jdn. vernichtend schlagen
to dispatch sb./sth. [to defeat in a game, competition]jdn./etw. schlagen [in einem Spiel, Wettbewerb]
to drub [defeat thoroughly]vernichtend schlagen
games sports to edge sb. [Am.] [defeat by a small margin]jdn. knapp besiegen
to lick sb. [coll.] [beat, defeat]jdn. in die Pfanne hauen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
games Internet to own sb. [Am.] [coll.] [to utterly defeat sb.]jdn. ownen [ugs.]
to own sb. [Am.] [coll.] [utterly defeat sb.]es jdm. zeigen [ugs.] [jdn. ausstechen, vernichtend schlagen]
to rout [defeat]eine vernichtende Niederlage zufügen
games pol. sports to trounce sb./sth. [to defeat decisively]jdn./etw. vernichtend schlagen
to upset sb. [defeat unexpectedly]jdn. überraschend besiegen
Nouns
pol. sports loss [defeat]
321
Niederlage {f}
rout [defeat]
102
Schlappe {f}
reverse [defeat]
26
Niederlage {f}
hammering [decisive defeat]
21
Schlappe {f} [ugs.]
hiding [coll.] [defeat]
18
Schlappe {f} [ugs.]
pasting [sl.] [heavy defeat]schwere Niederlage {f}
rout [overwhelming defeat]verheerende Niederlage {f}
smackdown [esp. Am.] [coll.] [decisive or humiliating defeat]schwere Niederlage {f}
2 Words: Verbs
to blow away [coll.] [defeat]fertigmachen [ugs.]
to blow sb. away [coll.] [soundly defeat]jdn. in die Pfanne hauen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
idiom to clean sb.'s clock [Am.] [defeat]jdn./etw. fertigmachen [ugs.] [völlig besiegen]
Unverified to eat pavement [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [suffer defeat]auf die Fresse fallen [derb] [hier fig.: eine Niederlage erleiden] [Redewendung]
to eat. sb.'s lunch [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [defeat or best sb. thoroughly]jdn. in die Pfanne hauen [ugs.] [Idiom] [jdn. besiegen]
games sports to edge sb. out [defeat by a small margin]jdn. knapp besiegen
to roll over [defeat]überrollen [besiegen, schlagen]
sports to run sb./sth. close [Br.] [almost defeat sb. or a team]jdn./etw. fast besiegen
sports to run sb./sth. close [Br.] [almost defeat sb. or a team]jdn./etw. fast schlagen
to see sb. off [Br.] [coll.] [to defeat, repel]jdn. erledigen [ugs.] [zurückschlagen, verjagen]
sports to see sb. off [coll.] [to defeat]jdn. abservieren [ugs.]
to take sb. down [esp. Am.] [defeat]jdn. schlagen [besiegen]
2 Words: Nouns
(total) shellacking [Am.] [coll.] [defeat]totale Niederlage {f}
3 Words: Verbs
idiom to come a cropper [Br.] [coll.] [suffer a defeat]eine Schlappe erleiden [ugs.]
to skin and salt sb. [defeat sb. heavily]jdn. bös in die Pfanne hauen [ugs.]
3 Words: Nouns
sports 1-2 defeat [less common] [2-1 defeat]1:2-Niederlage {f}
sports 1-2 defeat [less common] [2-1 defeat]2:1-Niederlage {f} [weniger üblich] [1:2-Niederlage]
sports defeat by forfeit [forfeit defeat]Forfait-Niederlage {f}
4 Words: Verbs
sports to turn a team over [Br.] [sl.] [to defeat]ein Team schlagen
5+ Words: Verbs
to be on a trajectory towards sth. [towards a disaster, defeat, etc.]auf etw.Akk. direkt zusteuern [auf eine Katastrophe, Niederlage etc.]
to beat the hell out of sb./sth. [coll.] [idiom] [defeat sb./sth. easily]jdn./etw. um Längen schlagen [Redewendung] [wesentlich besser sein als jd./etw.]
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