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NOUN   a stretch | stretches
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VERB  to stretch | stretched | stretched ... 
 
SYNO   to extend | to stretch ... 
NOUN   der Stretch | die Stretches
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textil. stretch {adj}
465
dehnbar
textil. stretch {adj}
14
Stretch-
Verbs
to stretch
1211
strecken
to stretch sth. [widen, e.g. shoes]
748
etw. dehnen [z. B. Schuhe, Gummiband]
to stretch [be enough, last]
640
reichen [hier: bis zu einem gegebenen Zeitpunkt ausreichend sein oder hinreichen] [Vorrat usw.]
to stretch sth. [e.g. a rope, canvas]
532
etw. spannen [Seil etc.]
to stretch
516
ausstrecken
to stretch
455
aufspannen
to stretch
427
ausdehnen
to stretch
383
hinreichen
to stretch
361
ausweiten
to stretch
322
auseinanderziehen [in die Länge]
to stretch sth. [wings, also blanket etc.]
23
etw. ausbreiten [Flügel, auch Decke etc.]
to stretch(sich) weiten
to stretchlang ziehen
to stretchsich ausdehnen
to stretch [be elastic]sich dehnen [dehnbar sein]
to stretch [have a stretch]sich recken (und strecken)
to stretch [time, area, influence etc.]sich erstrecken
to stretch sth. [also fig.] [to strain to the utmost, to tax]etw. (maximal) strapazieren [auch fig.] [bis zum Äußersten belasten, anspannen usw.]
gastr. to stretch sth. [gravy, etc.]etw.Akk. verlängern [Soße / Sauce usw. verdünnen, strecken]
to stretch sth. [law, rules, truth]es nicht so genau nehmen mit etw. [Vorschriften, Wahrheit etc.]
to stretch sth. [meaning, word]etw. (äußerst) weit fassen [Begriff etc.]
Nouns
stretch
1139
Strecke {f}
stretch
211
Dehnung {f}
stretch
116
Gebiet {n}
stretch [of time]
114
Zeitraum {m}
stretch
99
Ausdehnung {f}
stretch
73
Zeitspanne {f}
stretch [distance]
64
Stück {n}
stretch
21
Elastizität {f}
stretch
18
Dehnbarkeit {f}
stretch [Am.] [coll.]
18
Bohnenstange {f} [fig.] [ugs.]
stretch [Am.] [coll.]langes Elend {n} [fig.] [ugs.]
stretch [coll.] [in prison]Haftstrafe {f}
2 Words: Others
tech. low-stretch {adj}dehnungsarm
2 Words: Verbs
to stretch (oneself)sich strecken
to stretch credibility [idiom]nicht sehr glaubhaft sein
to stretch downniederstrecken
to stretch for sth.sichAkk. nach etw.Dat. strecken
to stretch glovesHandschuhe ausweiten
to stretch nervesNerven anspannen
to stretch oneselfsich recken
Unverified to stretch oneself [fig.] [physically or mentally]sich selbst fordern
to stretch outsich aalen [ugs.]
to stretch sb.'s patiencejds. Geduld strapazieren
to stretch shoesSchuhe ausweiten
to stretch sth. forward [hand, arm, etc.]etw.Akk. vorstrecken [Hand, Arm etc.]
to stretch sth. outetw.Akk. ausstrecken
gastr. to stretch sth. out [fig.] [food]etw. strecken [fig.] [Essen]
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