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to gain the upper hand überhandnehmen
to gain the upper hand die Überhand gewinnen [überhandnehmen]
to gain the upper hand [idiom] die Oberhand gewinnen [Redewendung]
to gain the victory den Sieg davontragen
to gain (the) mastery over sb./sth.über jdn./etw. die Oberhand gewinnen [Redewendung]
to gain time Zeit gewinnen
to gain time Zeit herausschinden [ugs.] [herausschlagen]
to gain (time) [clock or watch running fast]vorgehen [Uhr]
to gain tractionan Boden gewinnen [fig.]
to gain traction Fuß fassen [fig.]
to gain tractionan Dynamik gewinnen [fig.]
to gain wealthreich werden
to gain weight (an Gewicht) zulegen [ugs.]
to gain weight (an Gewicht) zunehmen
to gain work experienceBerufserfahrung sammeln
to gainsay leugnen
to gainsaywidersprechen [abstreiten, leugnen]
to gainsay sth. etw. [Akk.] bestreiten
to gainsay sth.etw. abstreiten
to gait a horse einem Pferd eine Gangart beibringen
to galavant [spv.: gallivant]strawanzen [österr.] [südd.] [ugs.]
to gall [make sore by rubbing] wund reiben
to gall [make sore by rubbing]wundreiben
to gall [skin] wund scheuern
to gall [skin]wundscheuern
to gall by riding durchreiten
to gall sb. [fig.] [impersonal: it galls me/you/him/her/etc.] jdn. maßlos ärgern [unpersönlich: es ärgert mich/dich/ihn/sie/usw. maßlos]
to Gallicize französisieren
to gallivant flirten [Unterhaltung suchen]
to gallivant [coll.]in der Gegend herumscharwenzeln [ugs.]
to gallivant [coll.]karriolen [selten]
to gallivant [to go out for amusement with no particular destination] herumziehen [zum Vergnügen ausgehen ohne bestimmtes Ziel]
to gallop galoppieren
to gallop [fig.]kantappern [selten] [galoppieren, schnell laufen]
to gallop [ride fast] sprengen [geh.] [galoppieren]
to gallop off davongaloppieren
to gallop through a bookein Buch überfliegen
to gallow [archaic] in Schrecken versetzen
to galumph [coll.] trampeln
to galumph [coll.]trapsen [ugs., regional]
to galumph [coll.]stapfen
to galumph [coll.] [here: to strut or prance] stolzieren
to galvanise [Br.]galvanisieren
to galvanise [Br.] verzinken
to galvanise sb. [Br.] [fig.] jdn. wachrütteln
to galvanise sb./sth. [Br.]jdn./etw. in Schwung bringen
to galvanise the party [Br.] die Partei mobilisieren
to galvanizegalvanisieren
to galvanize verzinken
to galvanize sb. [fig.] jdn. aufrütteln
to galvanize sb. [fig.] jdn. wachrütteln
to galvanize sb. into action [fig.]jdn. veranlassen, sofort zu handeln
to galvanneal galvannealen [Kunstwort aus galvanisieren und annealing (glühen)]
to gambleriskieren
to gamble spielen [riskieren]
to gambleum Geld spielen
to gamble zocken [ugs.]
to gamble riskant spielen
to gamblespekulieren
to gambledaddeln [ugs. für: zocken]
to gamble [high risk] hasardieren
to gamble away verzocken [ugs.]
to gamble away [money, chances]verspielen [Geld, Chancen]
to gamble away one's money playing dicesein Geld verwürfeln
to gamble away the roof over one's headHaus und Hof verspielen
to gamble for high stakesum hohe Einsätze spielen
to gamble on sth. [fig.] [to take a risk] auf etw. setzen [fig.] [ein Risiko eingehen]
to gamble one's money away speculating sich mit Spekulationen verzocken [ugs.]
to gamble with one's life sein Leben aufs Spiel setzen
to gamble with one's (own) life mit dem (eigenen) Leben (Hasard) spielen
to gamble with sth. etw. aufs Spiel setzen
to gambol herumtanzen
to gambolherumhüpfen
to gambol herumspringen [ugs.]
to gambol around / about herumtollen
to game [coll.] [play computer games]zocken [ugs.] [Computerspiele spielen]
to game [coll.] [play computer games] gamen [ugs.] [ein Computerspiel spielen]
to game the system [to manipulate (a situation), typically in a way that is unfair]das System (mit einem Trick) überlisten [bes. um sich einen Vorteil zu verschaffen]
to game the system [to manipulate (a situation), typically in a way that is unfair]das System austricksen [ugs.] [oft pej.]
to gamify gamifizieren
to gammer [Br.] [regional] [rare] herumgammeln [ugs.]
to gammon sb. [Br.] [coll.] [deceive] jdn. bescheißen [derb] [reinlegen]
to gang sth. [in electronics]etw. abgleichen
to gang up [large group]sich [Akk.] zusammenrotten
to gang up against / on sb.sich gegen jdn. verbünden
to gang up (on sb.) sich [Akk.] (gegen jdn.) zusammentun
to gangbang sb. [vulg.] [rape] als Gruppe jdn. vergewaltigen
to gank sth. [Am.] [sl.] [steal]etw. polen [stehlen] [Jugendsprache]
to gap (open) aufklaffen
to gapeangaffen
to gape gähnen
to gape staunen [mit offenem Mund]
to gapeklaffen
to gapeden Mund aufreißen [ugs.] [vor Staunen]
to gape auseinanderklaffen
to gape [open the beak / bill wide]den Schnabel aufsperren
to gape [open the mouth wide] das Maul aufreißen [bei Tieren, sonst ugs. derb für: Mund aufreißen]
to gape [open] sich auftun [geh.]
to gape [stare, gawp]glupschen [auch: glubschen] [bes. nordd.]
to gape [stare] gaffen
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