|   All Languages   
EN   SV   IS   RU   RO   FR   IT   SK   NL   PT   HU   FI   ES   LA   BG   HR   NO   CS   DA   TR   PL   EO   SR   EL   SQ   BS   |   FR   SK   IS   ES   NL   HU   PL   RU   SV   NO   SQ   IT   FI   DA   PT   CS   RO   HR   BG   EO   LA   BS   TR   SR   EL

English-German Dictionary

Online Dictionary English-German: Enter keyword here!
  Options | Tips | FAQ | Abbreviations

LoginSign Up
Home|About/Extras|ShuffleNEW|Vocab Trainer|Subjects|Users|Forum|Contribute!
« backPage 1049 for words starting with T in the English-German dictionarynext page »
to grasp at straws nach Strohhalmen greifen
to grasp eagerlygierig ergreifen
to grasp firmly zupacken
to grasp firmly zugreifen
to grasp sb./sth. jdn./etw. an sich reißen
to grasp sb./sth sich [Akk.] an jdn./etw. krallen
to grasp sth. etw. [Akk.] greifen
to grasp sth.etw. [Akk.] ergreifen
to grasp sth. etw. [Akk.] packen [fassen, ergreifen]
to grasp sth. etw. [Akk.] anfassen
to grasp sth. [idea] etw. erfassen [eine Idee]
to grasp sth. [seize and hold firmly; also: comprehend fully]etw. fassen [ergreifen und festhalten; auch: begreifen]
to grasp sth. [understand, comprehend fully] etw. auffassen [mit dem Verstand aufnehmen, erfassen]
to grasp sth. [understand]etw. [Akk.] begreifen [verstehen]
to grasp sth. [understand]etw. [Akk.] verstehen
to grasp sth. [understand]etw. aufnehmen [begreifen]
to grasp sth. in thoughtetw. [Akk.] mitbekommen [verstehen]
to grasp sth. tightlysich [Akk.] um etw. [Akk.] klammern
to grasp the basics of sth.das Wesentliche einer Sache erfassen
to grasp the basics of sth.das Grundlegende einer Sache erfassen
to grasp the fact that ...die Tatsache begreifen, dass ...
to grasp the mantleVerantwortung übernehmen
to grasp the mantle eine Gelegenheit beim Schopf packen
to grasp the nettle [Br.] die Initiative ergreifen
to grasp the nettle [Br.] [idiom] in den sauren Apfel beißen [Redewendung]
to grass [Br.] [sl.] petzen [Spitzel]
to grass feed mit Gras füttern
to grass sb. up [Br.] [coll.] [inform on sb.]jdn. verpfeifen [ugs.]
to grass sth. etw. begrasen
to grateraspeln
to gratereiben [zerkleinern]
to grate abreiben
to grate [make a grating noise]kratzen [Geräusch]
to grate [one's teeth]knirschen
to grate [sound]quietschen
to grate [speak with a grating voice] krächzend sagen
to grate [voice] krächzen
to grate cheese Käse reiben
to grate on sb.'s earsjdm. in den Ohren weh tun
to grate on sb.'s ears jdm. in den Ohren wehtun
to grate on sb.'s eyes jdm. in den Augen weh tun
to grate on sb.'s nerves [coll.]jdm. auf die Nerven gehen [ugs.]
to grate (on) sb. jdm. auf die Nerven gehen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to grate one's teeth mit den Zähnen knirschen
to grate sth. etw. raffeln [regional] [raspeln]
to grate sth. [e.g. a window]etw. [Akk.] vergittern [z. B. ein Fenster]
to grate sth. [provide with a grate, grid]etw. rastern
to gratify befriedigen
to gratify erfreuen
to gratifyzufrieden stellen
to gratifyzufriedenstellen
to gratinate überbacken
to gratinate gratinieren
to gratinate sth. etw. überkrusten [gratinieren]
to gratinate sth. under the salamander etw. im Salamander überbacken [gratinieren, überkrusten]
to gratiné gratinieren
to graunch [esp. Br.] [coll.]knirschen
to grave [archaic] [engrave]einprägen
to grave [archaic] [engrave] einschnitzen
to grave [obs.] [dig] eingraben
to gravelschottern
to gravelkiesen
to gravel sth. etw. [Akk.] aufkiesen
to gravitategravitieren [geh.]
to gravitate to sb./sth. [fig.]von jdm./etw. angezogen werden [fig.]
to gravitate to sb./sth. [fig.]sich von jdm./etw. angezogen fühlen
to gravitate toward sb./sth. [to move toward sb./sth.]sich [Akk.] zu jdm./etw. hinbewegen [zu jdm./etw. hinneigen]
to gravitate toward sth.zu etw. [Dat.] tendieren
to gravitate towards sb./sth. [fig.]von jdm./etw. angezogen werden [fig.]
to gravitate towards sb./sth. [fig.]sich von jdm./etw. angezogen fühlen
to gray [Am.]grauen [selten]
to gray [Am.] ergrauen
to graze abgrasen
to graze grasen
to grazeabweiden
to graze weiden
to graze beweiden
to graze abhüten [regional] [abweiden]
to graze [animal] äsen
to graze [of ruminants]Weidegang haben
to graze [scrape, touch lightly] streifen [schrammen, leicht berühren]
to graze [scrape]abschrammen
to graze [scrape] abschürfen
to graze [to eat small portions of food throughout the day] schnausen [regional] [schweiz.]
to graze [touch lightly] leicht berühren
to graze [touch slightly] anstreifen
to graze [touch] touchieren
to graze animalsTiere weiden lassen
to graze on sth.etw. abfressen
to graze one's kneesich [Dat.] das Knie abschrammen
to graze one's skin sich [Dat.] die Haut aufschürfen
to graze one's skin sich [Dat.] die Haut abschrammen
to graze oneselfsich [Dat.] die Haut abschürfen
to graze oneselfsich abschrammen
to graze sheep Schafe weiden lassen
to greaseabschmieren
to grease fetten
to greaseeinfetten
to grease ausstreichen [Backform mit Fett]
to grease [to oil] ölen
« togotogotogotogrtogrtogrtogrtogrtogrtogrtogr »
« backPage 1049 for words starting with T in the English-German dictionarynext page »
Hint: Double-click next to phrase to retranslate — To translate another word just start typing!

Contribute to the Dictionary: Add a Translation

Do you know German-English translations not listed in this dictionary? Please tell us by entering them here!
Before you submit, please have a look at the guidelines. If you can provide multiple translations, please post one by one. Make sure to provide useful source information. Important: Please also help by verifying other suggestions!

Limited Input Mode
More than 1000 translations are waiting for verification. This means you can only add a new
translation if you log in and review another one first (max. 500 unverified entries per user).
The input form will only work from within the Contribute! section.

German more...
Word Class more...
(Source, URL)
New Window

back to top | home© 2002 - 2022 Paul Hemetsberger | contact / privacy
English-German online dictionary developed to help you share your knowledge with others. More information
Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English). Thank you!
Links to this dictionary or to single translations are very welcome! Questions and Answers