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English-German translation for: to spit out
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to spit (out)ausspucken
to spit outausspeien
to spit outherausspucken
Keywords contained
comp. to spit out results [coll.]Ergebnisse ausspucken [ugs.]
to start to spit out [also fig. of words]losspucken [ugs.] [auch fig.]
Partial Matches
gastr. to spitbrutzeln
to spitrotzen [vulg.] [spucken]
to spitspeien [geh.]
to spitspotzen [ugs.] [spucken] [regional, z. B. Franken, Schwaben]
meteo. to spitsprühregnen
to spitspucken
to spit [fire]knistern [Feuer]
gastr. to spit [meat]aufspießen [Fleisch]
mus. to spit [sl.]als Gast mitwirken [bei Studioaufnahmen]
to spit atanspucken
to spit fireFeuer speien
to spit onanrotzen [vulg.] [anspucken]
to spit [say angrily]fauchen [wütend äußern]
meteo. to spit [with rain]tröpfeln
to spit at sb.jdn. anfauchen
to spit at sb.jdn. anspeien [geh.]
to spit on sb.jdn. anspucken
to spit on sth.auf etw. spucken
to spit at / on sth.etw. bespucken
gastr. to roast on a spitam Spieß braten
to spit in sb.'s facejdm. ins Gesicht spucken
to spit one's venom at sb. [idiom]jdn. angiften [ugs.]
to sniff back one's snot and spit [coll.]rotzen [vulg.] [Schleim geräuschvoll in den Mund ziehen und ausspucken]
to be the spit 'n' image of sb. [coll.] [idiom]jdm. aufs Haar gleichen [Redewendung]
to trust sb. as far as one can spit [coll.] [idiom]jdm. nicht über den Weg trauen [Redewendung]
to give sth. a spit shine [Am.] [also fig.] [also: ... spit-shine]etw. (mit Spucke) auf Hochglanz polieren [auch fig.]
to outherauskommen
to out sb.jdn. outen [als Homosexuellen]
torn out {past-p}herausgerissen
to act outabspielen
to act outagieren
theatre to act outaufführen
psych. to act outausagieren
to act outausleben
to act outdurchspielen
math. to add outausaddieren
to ask outeinladen [zum Abendessen, etc]
to ask outzu einem Ausflug einladen
to average outden Durchschnitt ermitteln
fin. to average outdurchschnittlich betragen
to back outabspringen
to back outaussteigen
to back outhinausgehen
to back outrückwärts gehen
to back outsich zurückziehen
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