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English German
sb. deserves [e.g.: ... to be promoted / to get paid / to be punished]
21
jd. gehört ... [z. B. ... befördert / bezahlt / bestraft zu werden] [ugs. auch verkürzt: jd. gehört befördert / bezahlt / bestraft]
facile {adj} [easy to get on with]
11
umgänglich
proverb [Rather get an upset stomach than let anything go back to the innkeeper.]Lieber den Magen verrenken, als dem Wirt etwas / was schenken. [auch: Lieber den Magen verrenkt, als dem Wirt was geschenkt.]
Verbs
to shed sth. [get rid of]
1710
etw. loswerden
to meet sb. [to get to know]
1331
jdn. kennenlernen
to do sth. [get sth. done, manage sth.]
1176
etw.Akk. erledigen
to bug sb. [coll.] [get on sb.'s nerves]
1046
jdn. nerven [ugs.] [jdm. lästig werden]
to remove sth. [abolish, get rid of]
748
etw.Akk. abschaffen
to declutter sth. [also fig.] [get rid of mess]
482
etw. entrümpeln [auch fig.] [aufräumen]
to crack [get a crack in some material]
400
platzen [einen Riss etc. bekommen, zerspringen]
to cop sth. [coll.] [get sth.]
391
etw.Akk. kriegen [ugs.]
to mooch [Am.] [sl.] [try to get sth. for free]
348
schnorren [ugs.]
to convey sth. [get across]
162
etw. rüberbringen [ugs.] [Botschaft etc.]
to scoop [coll.] [get the better of]
118
zuvorkommen
to shake sth. [coll.] [get rid of or put an end to sth.]
92
etw. abschütteln [fig.] [etw. loswerden]
to scratch sth. [coll.] [to get rid of]
85
etw. löschen
equest. to mount [esp.: get on a horse]
54
aufsteigen
to lose sb. [get rid of]
47
jdn. abhängen [Verfolger]
to shift sth. [coll.] [get rid of]
44
etw. loswerden
to shift sb. [coll.] [get rid of]
37
jdn. loswerden
to rival sb. [get the better]
35
jdn. ausstechen
to doff sth. [discard or get rid of (an idea, etc.)]
28
etw. verwerfen [eine Idee etc.]
to fetch sth. [to bring or get ]
28
etw. herbeischaffen [beschaffen]
to raise sth. [to get together] [e.g. money]
10
etw.Akk. zusammenkriegen [ugs.] [z. B. Geld]
[to get a paunch from eating so much]sichDat. einen Bauch anessen
educ. to ace [sl.] [get an A]die Note 1 bekommen
educ. to ace sth. [esp. Am.] [coll.] [get an A in / on sth.]eine Eins in etw.Dat. bekommen [in einem Fach]
to acquire sth. [get possession of sth.]in den Besitz etw.Gen. / von etw.Dat. kommen
to bottom sth. [rare] [get to the bottom of]etw.Akk. ergründen
to bug sb. [coll.] [bother sb., get on sb.'s nerves]jdm. auf den Wecker fallen [ugs.]
to bug sb. [coll.] [get on sb.'s nerves]jdm. auf die Nerven gehen [ugs.]
to clear sth. [to pass or get over sth.]etw. (ohne Berührung) überwinden [Hindernis usw.]
med. to contract sth. [get an infection]sichAkk. mit etw.Dat. infizieren
to descend sth. [get down off] [also fig.]von etw. heruntersteigen [auch fig.]
to doff sth. [discard or get rid of (an idea, etc.)]sich von etw. verabschieden [von einer Idee etc.]
to elope [fig.] [to get married secretly]heimlich heiraten
to fix sb. [coll.] [get even with sb.]mit jdm. abrechnen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [Vergeltung üben an jdm.]
to fuss [get upset unnecessarily]sich unnötig aufregen
to gel [coll.] [fig.] [to get on well]sich mit jdm. gut verstehen
to manage [to get by]über die Runden kommen [ugs.] [fig.]
to meet sb. [get to know]jdn. kennen lernen [Rsv.]
to shed sth. [get rid of]sich etw.Gen. entledigen [geh.]
to snare sth. [get sth. in a clever way or by deceiving people]sichDat. etw.Akk. unter den Nagel reißen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to survive sth. [get through, weather]etw. übertauchen [österr.] [ugs.]
Nouns
[sth. one has to get used to]
5
Gewöhnungssache {f}
educ. [the replacement lesson in school; when you get a substitute teacher]
5
Supplierung {f} [österr.]
MedTech. Unverified [special grip to get an injured person out of the danger zone]Rautekgriff {m} [benannt nach Franz Rautek, dem Erfinder des Griffes]
sociol. [willingness of women to get children]Geburtenfreudigkeit {f}
2 Words: Others
... this instant. [e.g. Get out of here this instant!]..., aber schleunigst. [z. B. Mach dass du fortkommst, aber schleunigst!]
Do one! [Get lost!]Hau ab!
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