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EnglishGerman
to gobble up verschlingen
to gobble up [coll.] [petrol, electricity etc.]fressen [ugs.] [Benzin, Strom etc.]
to god [rare] [to deify]vergöttern
to godify sb. [rare] [deify] jdn. vergöttern [vergöttlichen]
to goffer plissieren
to gofferkräuseln
to goffer gaufrieren
to goggleglotzen [ugs.]
to goggle Stielaugen machen
to goggle stieren
to goggle starren
to goggle at sb.jdn. anglotzen [ugs.]
to gold-plate vergolden
to golfgolfen [ugs.]
to golf Golf spielen
to gonadectomize sth. [castrate, remove the gonads]etw. einer Gonadektomie unterziehen
to gondola around herumgondeln [ugs.] [mit einer Gondel]
to gong gongen
to good advantage [to advantage]vorteilhaft
to goof [coll.] Mist machen [ugs.]
to goof [coll.] Murks machen bei [ugs.]
to goof [coll.]Mist bauen [ugs.]
to goof [esp. Am.] [coll.] [make a mistake] es vermasseln [ugs.]
to goof [esp. Am.] [coll.] [make a mistake] patzen [ugs.]
to goof [esp. Am.] [coll.] [make a silly mistake] einen dummen Fehler machen
to goof about / around [coll.] herumpfuschen [ugs.]
to goof around [coll.] [fool around]herumblödeln [ugs.]
to goof off [esp. Am.] [coll.]herumhängen [ugs.]
to goof off [esp. Am.] [coll.]faulenzen
to goof off sth./sb. etw./jdn. runtermachen
to goof on sb./sth. [esp. Am.] [coll.] jdn./etw. heruntermachen / runtermachen [ugs.]
to goof up [esp. Am.] [coll.] vermurksen [ugs.]
to google [coll.] googlen [ugs.]
to google [coll.] googeln [ugs.]
to google [coll.] suchen [im Internet] [ugs.]
to google [coll.] mit Google im Internet suchen
to goose sb. [coll.]jdn. in den Arsch kneifen [ugs.]
to goose sb. [sl.] jdn. in den Hintern kneifen / stupsen
to goose sb. to do sth. [Am.] [coll.] jdn. anstacheln, etw. zu tun [anspornen]
to goose sth. [Am.] [coll.] [invigorate, give a boost] etw. ankurbeln [beleben]
to goose sth. [coll.] etw. einschalten [in Betrieb setzen]
to goose the engine [Am.] [coll.] den Motor aufheulen lassen
to goose-step im Stechschritt marschieren
to gopher [dial.] kräuseln
to gore [cut wedge-shaped] keilförmig zuschneiden
to gore [pierce]durchbohren
to gore [stab] aufspießen
to gore sb./sth. to deathjdn./etw. mit Hörnern zu Tode stoßen
to gorge fressen [ugs.] [pej.]
to gorge [birds of prey] kröpfen [fressen bei Raubvögeln]
to gorge like there's no tomorrow [coll.]fressen was das Zeug hält [ugs.]
to gorge on sth. [coll.] sich mit etw. den Bauch voll schlagen [alt] [ugs.]
to gorge on sth. [coll.]sich mit etw. den Bauch vollschlagen [ugs.]
to gorge oneselfsich [Akk.] überessen [untrennbar]
to gorge oneself sich [Akk.] voll essen [ugs.] [alt]
to gorge oneself sich [Akk.] vollessen [ugs.]
to gorge oneself / itself / themselvessich vollfressen [ugs.] [pej.]
to gorge oneself on sth. sich [Akk.] mit etw. [Dat.] vollstopfen [ugs.] [gierig und viel essen]
to gorge oneself on sth. sich [Akk.] an etw. [Dat.] überfressen [ugs.]
to gorge oneself on sth. [also fig.] etw. verschlingen [auch fig.]
to gorge oneself (on sth.) sich [Dat.] (mit etw. [Dat.]) den Bauch vollschlagen [fig.]
to gorge (oneself) on sth. etw. [Akk.] in sich [Akk.] hineinschlingen [viel und gierig essen]
to gorgonize sb. [rare] jdn. gorgonisieren [selten]
to gormandize fressen
to gormandize schlemmen
to gormandizeprassen
to gossip klatschen [ugs.] [tratschen]
to gossip plaudern
to gossip schwatzen
to gossip tratschen [ugs.] [pej.]
to gossipschwätzen
to gossipschnacken [nordd.]
to gossip hecheln [ugs.] [pej.]
to gossip quatschen [ugs.]
to gossip ablästern [ugs.] [pej.]
to gossip about sb.jdn. durchhecheln [ugs.] [pej.]
to gossip about sb. behind their back über jdn. ablästern [ugs.] [herziehen, schlecht reden]
to gossip about sb. maliciouslyjdn. ausrichten [österr.] [südd.] [ugs.]
to gossip about sth. etw. bereden [ugs.]
to gossip about sth.etw. durchhecheln [ugs.] [pej.]
to gossip viciously about sb./sth.sich [Dat.] das Maul über jdn./etw. zerreißen [ugs.]
to gougeausmeißeln
to gougemeißeln
to gouge [make a groove]furchen
to gouge holesLöcher bohren
to gouge outherausbohren
to gouge sb. [Am.] [coll.] [overcharge] jdn. neppen [ugs.]
to gouge sb. [Am.] [overcharge]jdn. abzocken [ugs.]
to gouge sb. [extort]jdn. erpressen
to gouge sb.'s eyes outjdn. blenden
to gouge sb.'s eyes outjds. Augen ausstechen
to gouge sth.etw. stifteln
to gouge sth. [e.g. river bed]etw. graben [Flussbett etc.]
to gouge sth. [in welding] etw. auskreuzen [fehlerhafte Abschnitte od. nichtmetallische Einschlüsse in der Wurzellage von Schweißnähten an Stahlteilen beseitigen]
to gourmandise [Br.] schlemmen
to gourmandizeschlemmen
to gove [Scot.] [N. Engl.] [stare vacantly]vor sich hin stieren
to govern herrschen
to govern regieren
to governlenken
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