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to gloat over sth.sich [Akk.] etw. [Gen.] brüsten
to gloat over sth.über etw. schadenfroh sein
to globalise [Br.]globalisieren
to globalize globalisieren
to globezusammenballen
to globekugelförmig machen
to globe kugelförmig werden
to globe itselfsich zu einer Kugel formen
to globe-trot globetrotten [hum.]
to globetrot globetrotten [hum.]
to glom [sl.]stehlen
to glom on to sb./sth. [Am.] [coll.] [also fig.] [become attached to] an jdm./etw. kleben (bleiben) [auch fig., im emotionalen Sinn]
to glom onto sth. [Am.] [coll.] [to get a hold of] etw. [Akk.] ergattern [ugs.]
to glom sb./sth. [Am.] [coll.] [to look or stare at] jdn./etw. anglubschen [ugs.]
to glom sth. [sl.] etw. klauen [ugs.]
to glomp sb. [sl.] jdn. stürmisch umarmen
to gloom about sth. über etw. [Akk.] resigniert sein
to gloom sth. [make dark or dismal] etw. verdunkeln [verdüstern, dunkel scheinen lassen]
to glorifyverherrlichen
to glorifyverhimmeln
to glorify glorifizieren
to glorify ehren
to glorify verklären
to glorify sb./sth. [praise, esp. God]jdn./etw. preisen [bes. Gott]
to glory in sth.etw. [Akk.] so richtig auskosten [ugs.]
to glory in sth. etw. [Akk.] voll auskosten [Redewendung]
to glory in sth. [rejoice in sth.] über etw. [Akk.] jubeln
to gloss over sth. [conceal] etw. vertuschen
to gloss over sth. [cover up] etw. bemänteln
to gloss over sth. [cover up] etw. überspielen [Fehler]
to gloss over sth. [dress up] etw. [Akk.] verbrämen [fig.] [Wahrheit]
to gloss over sth. [make light of] etw. beschönigen
to gloss over sth. [sugarcoat]etw. retuschieren [fig.]
to gloss over sth. [try to conceal sth.] etw. [Akk.] unter den Teppich kehren [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to gloss over sth. [whitewash] etw. schönfärben
to gloss sth.etw. erläutern [ein Wort oder einen Ausdruck]
to gloss sth.etw. glossieren [mit Glossen versehen]
to glottalise sth. [Br.]etw. [Akk.] glottalisieren
to glottalize sth. etw. [Akk.] glottalisieren
to glove [rare]sich [Dat.] Handschuhe überziehen
to glove up Handschuhe anziehen
to glowerglühen [geh.]
to glow glimmen
to glow glühen
to glow leuchten
to glow [coals, logs] durchbrennen [glühen]
to glower finster blicken
to glower at sb.jdn. finster ansehen
to gloze on sth. [archaic]etw. glossieren
to gloze over a mistake [obs.] einen Fehler beschönigen
to gloze over a mistake [obs.] einen Fehler bemänteln [geh.]
to gloze over a mistake [obs.] [choose to overlook] über einen Fehler hinwegsehen
to glucuronidate glucuronidieren
to glueleimen
to glue kleben
to gluepicken [österr.] [südd.] [ugs.] [kleben]
to glue on anleimen
to glue onaufkleben [mit Leim, Klebstoff]
to glue oneself (to sth.) [esp. as a protester]sich [Akk.] (an etw. [Akk.]) festkleben
to glue sth. [with propolis] etw. [Akk.] verkitten [mit Propolis]
to glue sth. back on etw. wieder ankleben
to glue sth. in etw. [Akk.] einleimen
to glue sth. onto sth. etw. auf etw. aufleimen
to glue sth. together etw. zusammenkleben
to glue sth. (together) etw. [Akk.] verleimen
to glue (sth.) [bees] (etw. [Akk.]) kitten [fachspr.]
to glug [coll.] gluckern [ugs.]
to glut überfüllen
to glutüberhäufen
to glutüberschwemmen
to glutübersättigen
to glycosylateglykosylieren
to glycosylate glycosylieren
to gnarlknurren
to gnash one's teeth mit den Zähnen knirschen
to gnawabnagen
to gnawnagen
to gnaw kauen
to gnaw at sb. [nag in the back of sb.'s mind]an jdm. nagen [jdm. keine Ruhe lassen, jdn. beunruhigen, quälen]
to gnaw at sth. an etw. [Dat.] knabbern [nagen]
to gnaw at sth. etw. benagen [an etw. nagen]
to gnaw at sth. [also fig.] an etw. [Dat.] kiefeln [österr.] [ugs.] [auch fig.]
to gnaw awayzernagen
to gnaw away at sth.etw. annagen
to gnaw away at sth. an etw. [Dat.] nagen
to gnaw offabnagen
to gnaw on / at sth.an etw. [Dat.] nagen
to gnaw on a bonean einem Knochen nagen
to gnaw one's nailsan Fingernägeln kauen
to gnaw sth. away etw. [Akk.] wegnagen
to gnaw sth. to pieces etw. [Akk.] zernagen
to gogehen
to go vor uns
to go [back] into (a lane) einscheren
to go [become]werden
to go [belong] kommen [hingehören]
to go [by vehicle]fahren
to go [coll.] [say] sagen
to go [function] funktionieren
to go [of tunnel] hinführen
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