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English-German translation for: be right out in front
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to be right out in frontan der Spitze liegen
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to be way out in front of sth.bei etw. die Nase vorn / vorne haben [Redewendung]
It happened right in front of our eyes.Wir haben es hautnah miterlebt.
bike sports riding out in frontVorausfahren {n}
mus. sports in front of a sell-out crowd {adv}vor ausverkauftem Haus
mus. sports theatre in front of a sell-out crowd {adv}vor vollen Rängen
to cry one's heart out in front of sb. [idiom]jdm. die Hucke voll heulen [alt] [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to cry one's heart out in front of sb. [idiom]jdm. die Hucke vollheulen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to be (right) out of it [coll.] [idiom](völlig) von der Rolle sein [ugs.] [Redewendung]
Unverified to be / lie in front of sth.vorgelagert sein [vorlagern]
Unverified to be placed in front of sth.vorlagern [vor etwas lagern]
right out in the open {adv}ganz offen [unverblümt, ohne Beschönigungen: etw. äußern etc.]
right to opt in / outOptionsrecht {n}
idiom Everything came out right in the end.Schließlich kehrte sich noch alles zum Besten.
to say sth. right out in the openetw. ganz offen ansprechen
to say sth. right out in the openetw. ganz offen sagen
to be in the rightim Recht sein
to be in the rightRecht haben
to be in the rightrecht haben
right out in the sticks {adv} [esp. Br.] [coll.] [idiom]in der Pampa [ugs.] [hum.] [Redewendung] [in der tiefsten Provinz]
to be in the right moodin der richtigen Stimmung sein
to be in the right orderin der richtigen Reihenfolge sein
It will come out all right in the end. [idiom]Es wird sich schon finden. [Redewendung]
to be in one's (right) sensesbei (rechten) Sinnen sein [veraltend]
to be in one's right mindbei (vollem) Verstand sein
to be in the right mood forin der rechten Stimmung sein für
to be headed in the right direction [fig.]auf dem richtigen Weg sein [fig.]
idiom to be headed in the right direction [fig.]auf einem guten Weg sein [fig.]
to be in the right ballpark [Am.] [idiom]in der richtigen Größenordnung sein [(zahlenmäßig) richtig liegen]
idiom to not be in one's right mindmit dem Klammersack gepudert sein [ugs.]
to be not quite right in the head [coll.]einen Kopfschuss haben [ugs.] [fig.]
idiom to be not quite right in the head / upstairs(oben) nicht ganz richtig sein
to be not right in the head [coll.] [idiom]nicht alle Tassen im Schrank haben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to not be in one's right mind [idiom]mit dem Klammerbeutel gepudert sein [ugs.] [Idiom]
front rightvorn rechts
front rightvorne rechts [ugs.]
to be not (quite) right in the head [coll.] [idiom]nicht (ganz) richtig im Kopf sein [Redewendung]
to be blind in the right eye [fig.] [to ignore fascist occurrences]auf dem rechten Auge blind sein [fig.] [faschistische Phänomene verkennen]
right at the front {adv}zuvorderst [ganz vorne]
to be not quite right in the head [coll.] [slightly mad] [idiom]im Kopf nicht ganz frisch sein [ugs.] [leicht verrückt] [Redewendung]
med. to be forced out in squirtsstoßweise herausspritzen
to be killed in a shoot-outbei einer Schießerei getötet werden
idiom to be out in one's reckoningsich verrechnet haben
to be left out in the cold [idiom]in die Röhre gucken / schauen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [leer ausgehen]
to be left out in the cold [idiom]leer ausgehen
fin. stocks to be made out in sb.'s nameauf jds. Namen laufen
In fact it cannot be ruled out that ...Sicherlich kann nicht ausgeschlossen werden, dass ...
to (turn out to) be a blessing in disguisesichAkk. im Nachhinein als Segen herausstellen
to be made out in the name of sb.auf jds. Namen lauten
to turn out to be a blessing in disguise [idiom]sich letzten Endes doch als Segen erweisen [Redewendung]
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