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English-German translation for: to the moment [on time]
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Dictionary English German: to the moment [on time]

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to the moment {adv} [on time]auf die Sekunde genau
to the moment {adv} [on time]pünktlich
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rail to make a train [arrive on time]einen Zug gerade noch erreichen
to savour the momentden Augenblick genießen
to seize the momentden günstigen Augenblick wahrnehmen
to seize the momentden Moment nutzen
to the last moment {adv}bis zum letzten Moment
to seize the moment [idiom]die Gunst der Stunde nutzen [Redewendung]
to live for the momentin den Tag hinein leben
to arrive at the opportune momentgelegen kommen
to arrive at the right momentgelegen kommen
to arrive at the wrong momentim falschen Moment ankommen
to come at the right momentim rechten Moment kommen
to take advantage of the momentden Moment nutzen
to arrive at just the right momentim richtigen Moment ankommen
to arrive just at the right momentgerade im richtigen Moment ankommen
to come just at the right momentim rechten Moment kommen
to take advantage of the favourable momentdie Gunst der Stunde nutzen [Redewendung]
to take advantage of the propitious momentdie Gunst der Stunde nutzen [Redewendung]
law to act in the heat of the momentim Affekt handeln
to buy sth. on the spur of the momentbei etw.Dat. zuschlagen [ugs.] [etw. spontan kaufen]
to come along just at the right time / momentwie gerufen kommen
ind. sports to measure the time [elapsed time for sth.]die Zeit stoppen
ind. sports to take the time [elapsed time for sth.]die Zeit stoppen
agr. to put sth. under the plough [plough for the first time]etw.Akk. kultivieren [urbar machen]
to pan the spotlight [on stage]den Scheinwerfer schwenken
to climb up [on sth., e.g. ivy on a wall](sich) emporranken [geh.] [an etw., z. B. Mauer]
to work on sth. [e.g. on an essay, on a translation]an etw.Dat. sitzen [ugs.] [z. B. an einem Aufsatz, an einer Übersetzung]
to leap onto sth. [e.g. on one's bicycle, on a horse]sichAkk. auf etw.Akk. schwingen [z. B. auf sein Fahrrad, auf ein Pferd]
to throw the lever [to switch on] [also fig.]den Hebel umlegen [auch fig.] [in Gang setzen]
to cut through the park [on foot etc.](quer) durch den Park gehen
to be over the hill [idiom] [on the downgrade]auf dem absteigenden Ast sein [Redewendung]
to drive against the traffic [on a motorway] [Br.]gegen die Verkehrsrichtung fahren [auf Autobahn]
to prop the sunglasses up [on one's head]die Sonnenbrille hochschieben
idiom to do a deal on the quiet on sth.etw. auskungeln [ugs.] [pej.]
to put the dog's collar on [on oneself]sichDat. das Hundehalsband umlegen
to put the dog's collar on [on oneself]sichDat. das Hundehalsband ummachen [ugs.]
aviat. to be on the tarmac [coll.] [to be on the runway]sich auf dem Rollfeld befinden
to put the dog's collar on [on the dog]dem Hund das Halsband umlegen
to put the dog's collar on [on the dog]dem Hund das Halsband ummachen [ugs.]
mil. to be invalided out of the army [discharged on medical grounds]wegen Dienstunfähigkeit aus der Armee entlassen werden [Invalidität]
Unverified to be out of the picture [idiom] [not on the scene]von der Bildfläche verschwunden sein [Redewendung]
to put the dampers on sth. [coll.] [on plan, excitement, joy, etc.]etw.Dat. einen Dämpfer versetzen / verpassen [ugs.] [Plan, Begeisterung, Freude etc.]
to be in the zone [idiom] [to be very focused on what you are doing]in einer Sache völlig aufgehen [Redewendung]
to get sb. on the blower [idiom] [coll.] [Br.] [Aus.] [to get sb. on the phone]jdn. an den Apparat holen [jdn. ans Telefon holen]
to come out on the short end [idiom] [also: to come out on the short end of things]den Kürzeren ziehen [Redewendung]
to have a lucid momenteinen lichten Moment haben
to pause for a momentfür einen Moment innehalten
to wait (just) a moment(nur) einen Augenblick warten
to have a senior moment [coll.][für einen Augenblick greisenhaft vergesslich sein]
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