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to go bangzerkrachen
to go bang peng machen [ugs.] [zerplatzen, knallen]
to go bankrupt in Konkurs gehen
to go bankrupt Konkurs machen
to go bankrupt Bankrott machen
to go bankruptin Konkurs geraten
to go bankrupt Pleite machen
to go bankrupt Bankrott gehen [alt] [ugs.]
to go bankruptfallieren
to go bankrupt bankrottgehen [ugs.]
to go bankrupt in die Pleite schlittern [Redewendung]
to go bankrupt in die Pleite schliddern [norddt.] [Redewendung]
to go bar-hopping [Am.]auf eine Bierreise gehen [ugs.]
to go bar-hopping [Am.]einen Streifzug durch die Kneipen machen
to go barmy [coll.] verrückt werden
to go bat together [Am.] gemeinsam fliehen
to go bat together [Am.] [coll.]gemeinsam abhauen [ugs.]
to go bats [coll.] [dated] überschnappen [ugs.] [fam.]
to go batshit [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] durchdrehen [ugs.]
to go batty [coll.] [go insane]überschnappen [ugs.]
to go beddy-byes [childspeak]heia machen [Kindersprache]
to go beet-red [Am.] rot werden
to go beggingbetteln (gehen)
to go begging fechten gehen [ugs.] [veraltend] [betteln gehen]
to go begging [coll.] [dead article] keinen Abnehmer finden [Ladenhüter]
to go begging [coll.] [find no interested party] keinen Interessenten finden
to go behindnach hinten gehen
to go behind [football] in Rückstand geraten
to go behind sb.'s back [deceive, betray] jdn. hintergehen [durch unaufrichtiges Verhalten täuschen, betrügen]
to go belly-up [coll.] [bankrupt]Konkurs machen
to go belly-up [coll.] [bankrupt] bankrottgehen [ugs.]
to go belly-up [coll.] [bankrupt] bankrott gehen [alt] [ugs.]
to go belly-up [coll.] [fig.] sterben
to go belly-up [coll.] [fig.]schiefgehen [ugs.] [misslingen]
to go belly-up [coll.] [fig.]Schiffbruch erleiden [fig.]
to go belly-up [coll.] [fig.] [to fail] in die Hose gehen [ugs.] [fig.]
to go belly-up [coll.] [idiom] [to die]den Geist aufgeben [ugs.] [Redewendung] [veraltend für: sterben]
to go belly-up [coll.] [to die]den Bach runtergehen [fig.] [ugs.] [sterben]
to go belly-up [coll.] [to fail] [idiom] baden gehen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [scheitern]
to go belly-up [company] [coll.] die Tore dicht machen [Unternehmen] [fig.]
to go belowhinuntergehen
to go belowunter Deck gehen
to go berserk durchdrehen [ugs.]
to go berserkAmok laufen [ugs.] [wütend werden]
to go berserk berserkern
to go berserk [coll.]ausrasten [ugs.]
to go berserk with an axe mit einem Beil wüten
to go betweendazwischentreten
to go betweenvermitteln
to go beyond darüber hinausgehen
to go beyond a joke [to become serious and annoying] [idiom] nicht mehr lustig sein
to go beyond sth.etw. [Akk.] übersteigen [hinausgehen über]
to go beyond sth. [also fig.]über etw. [Akk.] hinausgehen [auch fig.]
to go beyond sth. [transcend]über etw. [Akk.] hinausschreiten [überschreiten] [geh.]
to go beyond the boundaries of sth. [idiom] die Grenzen etw. [Gen.] / von etw. [Dat.] sprengen [Idiom]
to go beyond the constraints of sth. [e.g. of an essay, article, etc.]den Rahmen von etw. [Dat.] sprengen [Redewendung]
to go beyond the limitsüber die Grenzen hinausgehen
to go beyond the pale [idiom]die Grenze des Erlaubten überschreiten
to go beyond the scope of sth. den Rahmen einer Sache sprengen
to go beyond the scope of the discussion den Rahmen der Diskussion sprengen
to go beyond what is decentdie Grenze des Anstands überschreiten
to go big [sl.] ein Riesenerfolg sein
to go blackausgehen [Lichter]
to go blackberryingBrombeeren pflücken gehen
to go blank einen Filmriss haben [ugs.] [fig.]
to go blank [forget one's lines] einen Hänger haben [ugs.] [seinen Text vergessen]
to go blind erblinden
to go blindblind werden
to go blond [dye one's hair blond]sich [Dat.] die Haare blond färben
to go blue [coll.] [use obscenities] [rare] [idiom]unter die Gürtellinie gehen [Redewendung] [vulgär, obszön werden]
to go boar hunting auf (die) Wildschweinjagd gehen
to go boating Boot fahren gehen
to go boating eine Bootsfahrt machen
to go boatingBootsfahrten machen
to go bonkers [coll.] durchdrehen [ugs.]
to go bonkers [coll.]verrückt werden
to go bonkers [coll.] überschnappen [ugs.]
to go bonkers [esp. Br.] [coll.]meschugge werden [ugs.]
to go bopping [esp. Br.] [coll.]schwofen gehen [ugs.] [tanzen gehen]
to go bowling kegeln gehen
to go brambling [Br.] [coll.]Brombeeren pflücken gehen
to go brambling [Br.] [coll.] Brombeeren sammeln gehen
to go bright red with shame [coll.]sich in Grund und Boden schämen [ugs.]
to go brokepleite gehen [ugs.] [alt]
to go broke Pleite gehen [ugs.] [alt]
to go broke pleitegehen [ugs.]
to go broke [coll.] die Grätsche machen [ugs.] [fig.] [pleitegehen]
to go broke [coll.]abhausen [regional] [veraltend] [Pleite gehen, abwirtschaften]
to go brown [skin, pancakes, etc.] braun werden [Haut, Pfannkuchen etc.]
to go bustPleite gehen [ugs.] [alt]
to go bust kaputtgehen [ugs.]
to go bust kapores gehen [ugs.]
to go bust pleitegehen [ugs.]
to go bustpleite gehen [ugs.] [alt]
to go bust [business, company] Pleite machen [ugs.]
to go bust [coll.]bankrott gehen [alt] [ugs.]
to go bust [deal, etc.]platzen [ugs.]
to go byvergehen
to go by vorübergehen
to go byverstreichen [Zeit etc.]
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