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Dictionary English German: own sth

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English German
to own sth.etw. besitzen
to own sth.im Besitz von etw.Dat. sein
I own sth. [possess]Mir gehört etw.
to co-own sth.Miteigentümer von etw.Dat. sein
to call sth. one's ownetw.Akk. sein Eigen nennen [geh.]
to make sth. one's ownsichDat. etw. aneignen [zu eigen machen]
to make sth. one's own [a view, an opinion, etc.]sichDat. etw.Akk. zu eigen machen [eine Ansicht, eine Meinung etc.]
to own up to sth.etw. eingestehen
to own up to sth.etw. gestehen
to own up to sth.etw. zugeben
to own up to sth.sich zu etw.Dat. bekennen
sth. wipes its own face [fig.]etw. finanziert sich selbst
to accept sth. as one's ownetw. als sein Eigentum anerkennen
to adopt sth. as one's ownsichDat. etw.Akk. zu eigen machen
to adopt sth. as one's own [intellectually]sichDat. etw.Akk. anverwandeln [geh.]
to do sth. on one's ownetw. im Alleingang machen
to do sth. on one's ownetw. in eigener Regie machen
sth. develops its / their own dynamicsetw. entwickelt eine Eigendynamik
sth. is an art of its ownetw. ist eine Kunst für sich
to do sth. of one's own free willetw. aus freiem Willen tun
to do sth. of one's own free willetw. aus seinem freien Willen (heraus) tun
to get sth. straight in one's (own) mindsichDat. etw.Akk. klarmachen
idiom to have the devil's own time (doing sth.)höllische Schwierigkeiten haben (etw. zu tun)
to ignore sth. at one's own periletw. auf eigene Gefahr ignorieren
to own up to having done sth.eingestehen, etw. getan zu haben
econ. to pay for sth. out of one's own pocket [coll.]etw. aus eigener Tasche bezahlen
to see sb./sth. with one's own eyesjdn./etw. mit eigenen Augen sehen
 
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