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

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English German
niggardly {adj} [reluctant to give or spend money]
knauserig [ugs.] [pej.]
to blow sth. [coll.] [spend recklessly] [one's money, a fortune, etc.]
etw.Akk. verprassen
to stay [spend some time]
verweilen [geh.]
to dissipate sth. [to spend wastefully, squander] [money, sb.'s fortune, etc.]
etw.Akk. verprassen
to blow sth. [coll.] [spend (money) recklessly]
etw.Akk. verplempern [ugs.] [(viel Geld) verschwenden]
to blue sth. [Br.] [coll.] [dated] [squander or recklessly spend (money)]
etw. verpulvern [ugs.]
to blue sth. [coll.] [spend]etw.Akk. auf den Kopf hauen [ugs.] [ausgeben] [Redewendung]
to chum [coll.] [spend time with sb.]zusammen abhängen [ugs.]
to lallygag [Am.] [coll.] [lollygag] [spend time idly]herumlungern [ugs.]
to SKI [coll.] [spend the kids' inheritance]die Erbschaft der Kinder verprassen
to winter [spend the winter]den Winter verbringen [z. B. in wärmeren Gefilden]
mil. [shooting to spend surplus ammunition]Verbrauchsschießen {n}
the one [coll.] [the right male partner to spend the rest of one's life with]der Richtige {m} [ugs.] [der richtige Mann / Partner fürs Leben]
2 Words
at leisure {adv} [spend free time]nach Belieben [seine freie Zeit verbringen]
idiom to launch out [coll.] [spend a lot]sich in Unkosten stürzen
to put into sth. [to spend on]in etw.Akk. hineinbuttern [ugs.] [aufwenden]
to splash out [coll.] [idiom] [spend extravagantly]sich nicht lumpen lassen [ugs.]
3 Words
idiom to lash out on sth. [Br.] [coll.] [to spend a lot of money on sth.]sichDat. etw. gönnen [viel ausgeben, teure Dinge kaufen]
to splash out on sth. [to spend extravagantly]etw.Akk. spendieren [ugs.]
4 Words
Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange [Am.] <CBYX> [enabling young US-Americans to spend a year in Germany]Parlamentarisches Patenschafts-Programm {n} <PPP> [in D] [mit Stipendien für ein Austauschjahr in den USA an Schülerinnen und Schüler und junge Berufstätige]
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