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English-German translation for: to bust a gut for sb sth [to work very hard]
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to bust a gut (for sb./sth.) [coll.] [idiom] [to work very hard]sichDat. (für jdn./etw.) den Arsch aufreißen [derb] [Idiom] [schwer arbeiten, keine Mühe scheuen]
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to bust a gut [coll.] [fig.] [to work very hard]sich totarbeiten [ugs.]
to bust a gut [coll.] [idiom] [to work very hard]sichAkk. kaputt schuften [ugs.] [regional]
to bust a gut [coll.] [idiom] [to work very hard]sich dumm und dämlich arbeiten [ugs.] [fig.]
to bust a gut [coll.] [idiom] [to work very hard]sich totschuften [ugs.] [fig.]
to bust a gut [esp. Am., Can.] [coll.] [idiom] [to work very hard]sichAkk. krumm und bucklig arbeiten [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to bust a nut doing sth. [vulg.] [sl.] [idiom] [work very hard]sichDat. bei etw.Dat. den Arsch aufreißen [derb]
to bust a gut [coll.] [fig.] [to work extremely hard]sich aufhaxen [ugs.] [bayer.]
idiom to bust a gut [coll.] [esp. Am.] [fig.] [to laugh very energetically]sich krank lachen [ugs.] [fig.]
to sweat for sth. [work hard]sichAkk. für etw.Akk. abrackern [ugs.] [hart arbeiten]
to bust a gut [sl.] [idiom]sichDat. ein Bein ausreißen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to bash sb. [coll.] [hit very hard]jdn. hauen [ugs.] [schlagen, prügeln]
to purchase sth. [obtain by hard work or sacrifice]sichDat. etw. erkaufen
to lean into sth. [work hard, make an effort]sich in etw.Akk. hineinknien [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to swat [dated] [work hard]schuften [ugs.]
to pound one's tail [sl.] [dated] [to work hard]sich abrackern [ugs.]
to work one's fingers to the bone [idiom] [work extremely hard]sichDat. die Finger abarbeiten [Redewendung] [bis zur Erschöpfung arbeiten]
to work one's fingers to the bone [idiom] [work extremely hard]sichDat. die Finger wund arbeiten [ugs.] [Redewendung] [bis zur Erschöpfung arbeiten]
to be on the make for sth. [idiom] [try hard to get (money or power)]auf etw.Akk. aus sein [ugs.] [(Geld od. Macht) haben wollen]
to use sb./sth. as a prop for sth.jdn./etw. als Kulisse für etw.Akk. benutzen [missbrauchen]
idiom to be as bright as a button [Br.] [Aus.] [coll.] [be very very clever]ein helles Köpfchen sein [ugs.] [sehr klug sein]
to be spoiling for a fight [idiom] [be very eager to fight or argue]auf Krawall gebürstet sein [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to show up for sth. [for work, a court date, etc.]zu etw.Dat. erscheinen [zur Arbeit, zu einem Gerichtstermin etc.]
to be a match for sb./sth.jdm./etw. gewachsen sein
to develop (a) love for sb./sth.jdn./etw. lieb gewinnen
to develop (a) love for sb./sth.jdn./etw. liebgewinnen
to do a lot for sb./sth.sich für jdn./etw. engagieren
to find a slot for sb./sth.jdn./etw. unterbringen
to grant sb. a patent for sth.jdm. etw. patentieren
to have a penchant for sb./sth.ein Faible für jdn./etw. haben [geh.]
to have a use for sb./sth.Verwendung für jdn./etw. haben
idiom to have a weakness for sb./sth.für jdn./etw. eine Schwäche haben
to make a beeline for sb./sth.schnurstracks auf jdn./etw. zugehen
to make a beeline for sb./sth.schnurstracks auf jdn./etw. zustürzen
to make a case for sb./sth.für jdn./etw. plädieren
idiom to make a play for sb./sth.sich an jdn./etw. heranpirschen
to set a snare for sb./sth.jdm./etw. eine Falle stellen
to be a pushover for sb./sth. [coll.]auf jdn./etw. hereinfallen
to be a sucker for sb./sth. [coll.]stets auf jdn./etw. hereinfallen
to give sb. a forum for sth. [idiom]jdm. eine Bühne für etw.Akk. bieten [Redewendung]
to have a yen for sb./sth. [coll.]ein Faible für jdn./etw. haben [geh.]
to make a bolt for sb./sth. [idiom]sichAkk. auf jdn./etw. stürzen
jobs to apply for a job with sb./sth.sich bei jdm./etw. um eine Stelle bewerben
to do a deal with sb. for sth.jdm. etw. abhandeln
to do a great deal for sb./sth.sich für jdn./etw. engagieren
to have a question (for sb.) (about sth.)eine Frage (an jdn.) (zu etw.) haben
idiom to have a soft spot for sb./sth.ein Faible für jdn./etw. haben [geh.]
idiom to have a soft spot for sb./sth.eine Schwäche für jdn./etw. haben
to have a strong dislike for sb./sth.jdn./etw. nicht abhaben können [ugs.] [regional] [Abneigung gegen jdn./etw. empfinden]
to have a strong dislike for sb./sth.jdn./etw. nicht abkönnen [ugs.] [bes. nordd.] [Abneigung gegen jdn./etw. empfinden]
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