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idiom to undermine sb.'s positionan jds. Stuhl sägen
to be nerve-rackingan den Nerven reißen
to ruin sb.'s nervesan jds. Nerven zehren
Unverified to unnerve sb.jdm. an die Nerven gehen [Redewendung]
to twang sb.'s nerves [coll.]an jds. Nerven zerren
It strains my nerves.Das zerrt an meinen Nerven.
to sawsägen
to serratesägen
sawingSägen {n}
sawsSägen {pl}
to resawneu sägen
to snoresägen [ugs.] [hum.] [schnarchen]
to chainsawmit der Kettensäge sägen
furn. saw benchniedrige Bank {f} zum Sägen [Kniehöhe]
to resawein Brett in zwei dünnere Bretter sägen
tech. to whipsaw sth. [Am.] [to cut with a whipsaw]etw.Akk. mit der Schrotsäge sägen
to bite the hand that feeds you [idiom]am Ast sägen, auf dem man sitzt [Redewendung]
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med. nervous {adj}Nerven-
neural {adj}Nerven-
nervesNerven {pl}
neuriticNerven {pl}
to nervenerven [ugs.]
nerveless {adj}ohne Nerven
to peeve [coll.]nerven [ugs.]
to stretch nervesNerven anspannen
jangled nervesangegriffene Nerven {pl}
sensitive nervesfeinfühlende Nerven {pl}
anat. biol. mixed nervesgemischte Nerven {pl}
steady nervesgute Nerven {pl}
biol. motor nervesmotorische Nerven {pl}
bad nervesschwache Nerven {pl}
steady nervesstarke Nerven {pl}
strained nervesstrapazierte Nerven {pl}
overwrought nervesüberlastete Nerven {pl}
jangled nervesüberreizte Nerven {pl}
to annoy sb.jdn. nerven [ugs.]
med. psych. mental institution(Nerven-)Heilanstalt {f} [ugs.]
nerves of steeleiserne Nerven {pl}
to panicdie Nerven wegschmeißen [österr.]
unnerving {adj}auf die Nerven gehend
to razz sb. [sl.]jdn. nerven [ugs.]
idiom to have the brass neckNerven haben
to strain every nervealle Nerven anspannen
to steady the nervesdie Nerven beruhigen
to relax the nervesdie Nerven entspannen
to brace the nervesdie Nerven stärken
to shatter the nervesdie Nerven zerrütten
to have no nerveskeine Nerven haben
nerves of steelNerven {pl} aus Stahl
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