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English-German translation for: wellenf��rmig biegen
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to bowbiegen
to curvebiegen
to flexbiegen
to inflectbiegen
bendingBiegen {n}
flexureBiegen {n}
to bendsich biegen
to crinkle(wellenförmig) biegen
to crook(sich) biegen
to curvesich biegen
to bend sth.etw. biegen
tech. to bend hotheiß biegen
to curve ineinwärts biegen
ling. to declinebiegen [österr.] [beugen, flektieren]
to lean [trees]sich biegen [Bäume]
to warp [e.g. wood]biegen
to bend apartauseinander biegen [alt]
to die laughingsich vor Lachen biegen
to bend a bougheinen Zweig biegen
to bend a rodeine Stange biegen
to bend a springeine Feder biegen
sth. is bendableetw. lässt sich biegen
to bend sth. downetw. nach unten biegen
idiom to die of laughtersich vor Lachen biegen
to turn the cornerum die Ecke biegen
Please do not bend.Bitte nicht biegen.
to bend an iron bareine Eisenstange biegen
to incurvate sth. [curve inwards]etw. nach innen biegen
to be convulsed with laughtersich vor Lachen biegen
to split one's sides laughingsich vor Lachen biegen
idiom by hook or by crook {adv}auf Biegen und Brechen
to bubble over with laughter [coll.]sich biegen vor Lachen [ugs.]
hell-or-high-water clause"Auf-Biegen-und-Brechen"-Klausel {f}
hell-or-high-water contract"Auf-Biegen-und-Brechen"-Vertrag {m}
by hook or crook {adv} [idiom]auf Biegen und Brechen [fig.] [Redewendung]
to lie through one's teeth [idiom]lügen, dass sich die Balken biegen [Redewendung]
come hell or high water {adv} [coll.] [idiom]auf Biegen und Brechen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [unter allen Umständen]
to iron out the wrinkles [fig.]etwas gerade biegen [fig.]
to bend sth. into the shape of an Setw. s-förmig biegen
He lies like a trooper. [idiom]Er lügt, dass sich die Balken biegen. [Idiom]
 
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