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English-German translation for: to drag sth [trail along the ground]
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to drag sth. [trail along the ground]etw.Akk. nachschleppen
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to bury sth. [hide in the ground]etw. vergraben
to pick sth. up [from the ground]etw. vom Boden aufheben
to pick sth. up [from the floor / ground]etw. aufheben [vom Boden]
to pull sth. together [get off the ground] [idiom]etw. auf die Beine stellen [Redewendung]
to bury sth. [hide in the ground; cover with earth]etw.Akk. verlochen [schweiz.] [vergraben, verscharren]
to find purchase on sth. [e.g. on the slippery ground]auf etw.Dat. Halt finden [z. B. auf dem glatten Boden]
to fall short [to fall to the ground before reaching the target]zu kurz fallen [vor dem Ziel auf den Boden fallen]
to trace sth. [follow trail of, e.g., progress, developments]etw. verfolgen [beobachten, z. B. Fortschritte]
chem. phys. to entrain sth. [sweep along]etw. mitreißen [z. B. Teilchen, Wasser usw.]
to skirt sth. [move along]etw. entlanggehen [oder fahren]
MedTech. tech. to move sth. [along an axis]etw.Akk. verfahren [entlang einer Achse]
hort. to plant [in the ground]stecken [pflanzen]
comm. transp. to dispatch sth. [along a specified route]etw.Akk. instradieren [schweiz., sonst veraltend] [auf einer festgelegten Strecke befördern]
to track sth. in [leave a trail of dirt, snow etc.] [towards observer]etw.Akk. (mit) hereintragen [beim Betreten eines Raumes eine Fußspur hinterlassen]
to floor sb. [coll.] [knock to the ground]jdn. umlegen [ugs.] [niederschlagen, zu Boden werfen]
to track sth. in [leave a trail of dirt, snow etc.] [away from observer]etw.Akk. (mit) hineintragen [beim Betreten eines Raumes eine Fußspur hinterlassen]
to get on with sth. [get along, make do]mit etw.Dat. auskommen
to crumple [suddenly flop down to the ground (person)]zusammensacken [ugs.] [Person]
to fare with sb./sth. badly [get along with badly]mit jdm./etw. schlecht klarkommen
to fare with sb./sth. well [get along with well]mit jdm./etw. gut klarkommen
to be down [of a person: to have fallen to the ground]am Boden liegen [von einer Person]
Unverified to escort sb. to the ground [throw sb. to the ground]jdn. zu Boden werfen
to lay sb. out [coll.] [esp. in boxing] [to knock sb. to the ground]jdn. ausknocken [ugs.] [bes. beim Boxen] [jdn. zu Boden schicken]
to leave a mark [e.g. of a foot in the ground]sichAkk. abdrücken [z. B. einer Schuhsohle im Boden] [eine Markierung (Abdruck) hinterlassen]
to leave an impression [e.g. of a foot in the ground]sichAkk. abdrücken [einen Abdruck hinterlassen]
to leave an imprint [e.g. of a foot in the ground]sichAkk. abdrücken [z. B. einer Schuhsohle im Boden] [einen Abdruck hinterlassen]
to drag sth.etw.Akk. schleifen
to drag sth.etw.Akk. wuchten [schleppen]
to drag sth./sb. into sth.etw./jdn. in etw.Akk. hineinziehen [verwickeln]
to drag sb./sth.jdn./etw. schleppen [hinter sich herziehen]
to drag sb./sth.jdn./etw. zerren [schleifen]
to drag sth. [pull]etw.Akk. ziehen
to drag sth. aroundetw.Akk. rumschleppen [ugs.] [herumschleppen]
to drag away sb./sth.jdn./etw. wegschaffen
to drag sb./sth. alongjdn./etw. mitschleifen
to drag sb./sth. awayjdn./etw. wegschleifen
to drag sb./sth. backjdn./etw. zurückzerren
to drag sb./sth. closejdn./etw. heranschleppen
to drag sb./sth. downjdn./etw. runterschleifen [ugs.]
to drag sb./sth. outjdn./etw. rausziehen [ugs. für: herausziehen]
to drag sb./sth. overjdn./etw. herbeizerren
to drag on for sth.sich über etw. hinziehen
to drag sth. round / aroundetw.Akk. herumschleppen [ugs.]
to drag sth. along behind oneetw.Akk. hinter sichDat. herziehen
to drag sb./sth. along [also fig.]jdn./etw. mitschleppen [auch fig.] [ugs.]
to drag sb./sth. down [towards observer]jdn./etw. herunterschleifen [zum Beobachter hin]
to drag sb./sth. along behind onejdn./etw. hinter sichDat. herzerren
to drag sb./sth. through the mirejdn./etw. in den Schmutz ziehen [fig.]
idiom to camp down on sth. [ground, floor]sichAkk. auf etw.Dat. lagern [Boden, Fußboden] [veraltet auch mit dem Akkusativ]
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