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English-German translation for: restrain
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Dictionary English German: restrain

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VERB  to restrain | restrained | restrained ... 
 
SYNO   to intimidate | to restrain ... 
to restrain
2891
zurückhalten
to restrain
814
beschränken
to restrain sth. [control (one's anger etc.)]
426
etw. verhalten [geh.] [beherrschen, unter Kontrolle halten]
to restrain
378
bändigen
to restrain
286
beeinträchtigen
to restrain sth. [volume, engine etc.]
247
etw.Akk. drosseln [Motor etc.]
to restrain [sb.'s activities, power]
222
einschränken
law to restrain
116
sicherstellen
to restrain
84
bezähmen
to restrain sb./sth.
42
jdn./etw. einbremsen [österr.] [südd.]
to restrainin Schranken halten
to restrain sth.etw. in Grenzen halten
2 Words
Restrain yourself!Beherrsch dich!
Restrain yourself!Nimm dich zusammen!
to restrain laughterdas Lachen unterdrücken
to restrain oneselfsichAkk. beherrschen
to restrain oneselfsichAkk. zügeln
to restrain oneselfsichAkk. zurückhalten
to restrain oneselfan sichAkk. halten
econ. ind. to restrain productiondie Produktion zurückschrauben
to restrain sb. from sth.jdn. von etw.Dat. abhalten
to restrain sth. (with sth.)etw.Akk. (mit etw.Dat.) niederhalten
3 Words
to restrain oneself (from)sich bremsen (in) [ugs.] [sich zurückhalten]
to restrain sb. from doing sth.jdn. von etw. abhalten
to restrain sb. from doing sth.jdn. davon abhalten, etw. zu tun
5+ Words
to restrain oneself as far as possiblesichAkk. möglichst zurückhalten
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