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English-German translation for: settle
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NOUN   a settle | settles
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VERB  to settle | settled | settled ... 
 
SYNO   to settle | to settle down | to root ... 
to settle sth. [sort out, bring to a conclusion]
3315
etw.Akk. erledigen [ausführen, zu Ende bringen]
fin. to settle sth. [bill etc.]
1870
etw.Akk. begleichen [Rechnung etc.]
to settle sth. [account etc.]
1494
etw.Akk. ausgleichen [Konto etc.]
to settle
1438
beruhigen
to settle sth. [e.g. a dispute]
1043
etw.Akk. beilegen [z. B. einen Streit, einen Konflikt]
to settle sth. [date, meeting, etc.]
911
etw.Akk. abmachen [Termin, Treffen etc.]
to settle [somewhere]
906
siedeln
to settle sth. [clear up, clarify]
833
etw. abklären
fin. to settle sth. [bill etc.]
832
etw.Akk. bezahlen
to settle sb./sth. [people, animals]
788
jdn./etw. ansiedeln [Menschen, Tiere]
to settle
551
bereinigen [Streit, Konto]
to settle sth. [colonize]
486
etw. besiedeln
to settle
456
festlegen
fin. to settle [a debt etc.]
434
abgelten [Schulden usw.]
fin. to settle sth. [debt etc.]
424
etw.Akk. tilgen [Schulden etc.]
fin. to settle sth. [e.g. claims with payments]
417
etw.Akk. verrechnen [z. B. Forderungen mit Zahlungen]
to settle
356
gründen
to settle sth.
327
etw. regeln [Konflikt etc., auch Nachlass]
tech. to settle
15
einschwingen
to settle [diseases, dust, lice, etc.]sich festsetzen
tech. to settle [dust, pointer of an instrument]sich beruhigen [z. B. der Zeiger eines Messinstruments]
to settle [e.g. dispute]sich einigen
to settle [particles in solution]sich (am Boden) absetzen
geol. tech. to settle [sediments] [also fig.: fears]sich setzen [Sedimente] [auch fig.: abklingen: Ängste]
to settle [settle in]sich einleben
to settle [settle someplace; NOT e.g. to settle an argument]sich ansiedeln
to settle [snow]liegen bleiben [Schnee]
to settle [take up residence]sichAkk. niederlassen [an einem Ort etc.]
to settle [take up residence]sichDat. einen Wohnsitz nehmen
to settle sth.etw. miteinander abstimmen
Nouns
furn. settle
148
Sessel {m}
furn. settle
94
Sitz {m} [Sitzbank]
furn. settle
76
Bank {f}
furn. settle
19
Ruhebank {f}
furn. settle
6
Truhenbank {f}
2 Words: Verbs
to settle (down) [emotions]sich legen [Gefühle]
acc. to settle accountsKonten abgleichen
acc. to settle accountsRechnungen zahlen
to settle amicablyschlichten
to settle amicablygütlich beilegen
to settle amicablysich gütlich einigen
to settle backsich (gemütlich) zurücklehnen
to settle differencesapplanieren [österr.] [einen Streit schlichten]
to settle differencesDifferenzen beilegen
to settle differencesStreitigkeiten schlichten
to settle differencesUnterschiede ausgleichen
to settle downFuß fassen [Redewendung] [sich niederlassen und eingewöhnen]
to settle downsichAkk. eingewöhnen
to settle downsich beruhigen
to settle downsich einnisten
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Q 2019-07-25: to settle favorably
A 2019-05-30: let the dust settle (down)
Q 2019-05-28: let the dust settle down
Q 2017-10-24: we're gonna settle your shit.
A 2017-05-04: balance / settle with health insur...
A 2015-06-08: settle - beilegen
A 2014-12-18: settle liabilities
A 2014-07-22: settle
Q 2014-06-16: to settle payment
A 2013-09-06: would like you to settle
A 2013-07-12: …, waiting for the dust to settle....
A 2013-07-12: I'd say: to wait for the dust to settle
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A 2012-03-10: ... caused more and more people to...
Q 2012-02-27: to settle a problem
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Q 2011-06-02: to settle in for the long haul

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