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English-German translation for: embrace sth.
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to embrace sb./sth.jdn./etw. umfangen [geh.] [umarmen]
to embrace sb./sth.jdn./etw. umschlingen [umarmen]
to embrace sth. [accept]etw. akzeptieren
to embrace sth. [accept]etw. wahrnehmen [eine Gelegenheit etc.]
to embrace sth. [adopt]sichDat. etw. zu eigen machen
to embrace sth. [encompass]etw. umspannen
to embrace sth. [include]etw. erfassen [einschließen]
to embrace sth. [include]etw. umfassen [einschließen]
to embrace sth. [an opportunity]etw. ergreifen [Gelegenheit]
to embrace sth. [encircle, surround]etw. umschließen
to embrace sth. [welcome, hail]etw. (mit offenen Armen) begrüßen
to embrace sb./sth. [clasp, cling to]jdn./etw. umklammern
Unverified to embrace the cause of sth.sichAkk. in den Dienst einer SacheGen. stellen [Redewendung]
to embrace sth. [idea, concept, project, etc.]etw. (gern / bereitwillig) aufgreifen [sich zu eigen machen: Idee, Gedanke, Plan, Projekt etc.]
to embrace sth. [an idea, a plan etc.]etw.Akk. annehmen [einverstanden sein, übernehmen]
to embrace sth. [different things, e.g. opinions]etw.Akk. (in sichDat.) vereinigen [verschiedene Dinge, z. B. Meinungen]
to embrace sth. [include or contain sth. as a constituent part]etw.Dat. innewohnen [geh.]
to embrace sth./sb. [to put one's arms around with the fingertips just touching each other; e.g. a tree, a person]etw./jdn. umklaftern [veraltet] [mit ausgebreiteten Armen umfassen (sodass sich die Fingerspitzen eben berühren); z. B. einen Baum od. Menschen]
Partial Matches
embraceUmarmung {f}
embraceUmklammerung {f} [Umarmung]
to embrace sb.jdn. halsen [selten] [umarmen]
to embrace sb.jdn. umarmen
deadly embracetödliche Umarmung {f}
tender embracezärtliche Umarmung {f}
to embrace an opportunityeine Möglichkeit ergreifen
to embrace the opportunitydie Gelegenheit ergreifen
film F Lost Embrace [Daniel Burman]El abrazo partido - Die verlorene Umarmung
lit. F Sunset Embrace [Sandra Brown]Jenseits aller Vernunft
to embrace [two or more people]sich umarmen
Embrace the suck. [sl.] [idiom]Reiß Dich zusammen! [Redewendung]
to embrace the possibility of losingdie Möglichkeit zu verlieren in Kauf nehmen
ready to embrace Hitler {adj} [postpos.] [fig.]hitlerreif [selten] [bereit für Adolf Hitler, hitlerfreundlich]
He held her in an embrace.Er hielt sie umfasst. [umarmt]
to free oneself from an unwanted embracesich aus einer Umklammerung lösen / befreien
film F Embrace of the Vampire [Anne Goursaud]NosferatuVampirische Leidenschaft
to add sth. to sth. [attach, add in writing etc.]etw.Akk. etw.Dat. beifügen [hinzufügen]
to adopt sth. from sth. [e.g. words, or images]etw.Akk. aus etw.Dat. entlehnen
to dedicate sth. to sb./sth. [book etc., time, life]jdm./etw. etw.Akk. widmen
to direct sth. at sb./sth. [e.g. a comment]etw.Akk. an jdn./etw. richten [z. B. einen Kommentar]
to estimate sb./sth. at sth. [at a value, etc.]jdn./etw. auf etw. schätzen [auf einen Wert etc.]
to execute sth. in sth. [in metal, wood, ceramics, etc.]etw. in etw.Dat. ausführen [Entwurf in Metall, Holz, Keramik etc.]
to feed sth. on sth. [fig.] [one's eyes, soul]etw.Akk. an etw.Dat. weiden [fig.] [geh.]
to mix sth. with sth. [e.g. paint with water]etw.Akk. mit etw.Dat. anmachen [durch Mischen, z. B. Farbe mit Wasser]
to plate sth. (with sth.) [with a layer of metal]etw.Akk. (mit etw.Dat.) überziehen [mit einer Schicht Metall]
gastr. to stir sth. (with sth.) [e.g. with a whisk]etw.Akk. (mit etw.Dat.) verrühren [z. B. mit einem Schneebesen]
to tie sth. to sth. [fig.] [to link together in thought]etw.Akk. auf etw.Akk. zurückführen [als Folge von etw. auffassen, erkennen]
to translate sth. into sth. [e.g. dominance into goals]etw. in etw.Akk. ummünzen [z. B. Überlegenheit in Tore]
EU law to transpose sth. into sth. [esp. directives into national law]etw.Akk. in etw.Akk. umsetzen [bes. Richtlinien in nationales Recht]
sb./sth. could do with sth. [get benefit from]jd./etw. könnte etw. vertragen [ugs.]
gastr. to bake sth. inside sth. else [to bake in a dough]etw.Akk. in etw.Akk. einbacken [in Teig]
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