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to grind centreless [Br.] spitzenlos schleifen
to grind coarselyschroten
to grind down glätten [durch Schleifen]
to grind down [e. g. cusps] abschleifen [z. B. Höcker]
to grind in einschleifen
to grind into a powder zu Pulver mahlen / zermahlen
to grind into flourzu Mehl vermahlen
to grind off abschleifen
to grind offeinschleifen [Zähne, Prothesen]
to grind on [talks, negotiations, etc.]sich (weiter) hinziehen [Gespräche, Verhandlungen etc.]
to grind on (and on) [fig.] ewig so weitergehen (wie bisher)
to grind one's (cigarette) butt under one's heel seinen Zigarettenstummel austreten
to grind one's teeth mit den Zähnen knirschen
to grind out sth. [victory etc.] sich [Dat.] etw. mühsam erkämpfen
to grind sb.'s gear [coll.]jdn. zur Weißglut bringen
to grind sb.'s gears [coll.]jdn. zur Weißglut bringen
to grind sth.etw. [Akk.] malmen [geh.]
to grind sth. [anew]etw. überschleifen
to grind sth. [into flour etc.] etw. vermahlen
to grind sth. [pulverize] etw. [Akk.] zerreiben
to grind sth. [with pestle and mortar] etw. [Akk.] mörsern [selten]
to grind sth. down to a nub etw. bis auf einen Rest aufreiben
to grind sth. out [e.g. cigarette] etw. ausdrücken [z. B. Zigarette]
to grind sth. up (into sth.) etw. [Akk.] (zu etw. [Dat.]) vermahlen
to grind sth. (up) [using mortar and pestle]etw. [Akk.] zermörsern [regional]
to grind the organorgeln [Drehorgel spielen]
to grind to a halt [idiom]zum Stillstand kommen
to grind to a halt [idiom] zum Erliegen kommen [Redewendung]
to grind up mahlen [zermahlen]
to grind up sth. etw. zermahlen
to gripfassen
to grippacken [Gefühle, mitreißen]
to grip ergreifen
to grip greifen
to grip haften
to grip zupacken
to grip zugreifen
to gripanfassen
to grip sb. to the marrow jdm. in die Knochen fahren
to grip sb. to the marrow [fear etc.]jdm. in den Knochen sitzen [Angst etc.]
to grip sb./sth. [feeling, emotion] jdn./etw. erfassen [fig.]
to gripe [Am.]murren
to gripe [Am.] [coll.]maulen [ugs.]
to gripe [Am.] [coll.]meckern [ugs.]
to gripe [Am.] [coll.]nörgeln [pej.]
to gripe [Am.] [coll.] sich beklagen
to gripe [coll.] herumstänkern [ugs.]
to gripe [coll.] motzen [ugs.]
to gripe [rare]Bauchschmerzen haben
to gripe about sb./sth. über jdn./etw. ätzen [ugs.]
to gripe about sth. [Am.] [coll.] über etw. mosern [ugs.]
to gripe about sth. [Am.] [coll.] über etw. [Akk.] räsonieren [geh.] [sich wortreich zu etw. äußern]
to gripe sth. [archaic] [grasp tightly, clutch]etw. ergreifen
to grit one's teeth [fig.]auf die Zähne beißen
to grit one's teeth [idiom] die Zähne zusammenbeißen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to grit sth. etw. bekiesen
to grit the roaddie Straße streuen
to grizzle nörgeln [pej.]
to grizzle [Br.] [coll.] [esp. baby] quengeln [ugs.]
to groan stöhnen
to groanächzen
to groan seufzen
to groan (loudly)(laut) aufstöhnen
to groan with pain vor Schmerzen stöhnen
to grocery shopLebensmittel einkaufen
to grog Grog trinken
to groinGratbogen bilden [Gewölbe]
to grok verstehen
to grok schnallen [ugs.]
to grok [Am.] [coll.]begreifen
to groom a child [seduce into illegal underage sexual activity] ein Kind verführen [durch Pädophilen]
to groom itself [cat, bird etc.] sich putzen
to groom oneself sich pflegen
to groom oneselfsich zurechtmachen
to groom oneself [give a neat appearance to oneself]Toilette machen [geh.] [sich zurecht machen]
to groom sb. [fig.] jdn. heranziehen [z. B. als Nachfolger]
to groom sb. [for a job etc.]jdn. aufbauen [für eine Position]
to groom sb. for sth. jdn. auf etw. [Akk.] vorbereiten
to groom sth. etw. striegeln
to groom sth. [a cross country ski track]etw. loipen
to groom sth. [a ski slope etc.] etw. präparieren [Skipiste etc.]
to groom sth. [piste] etw. spuren [Skipiste]
to groove einstechen
to groove auskehlen [Längsnut]
to groove riefeln
to groove Rillen machen
to groove [interact]zusammengehen [passen]
to groove [sl.] einen losmachen [ugs.]
to groove [sl.] Spaß haben
to groove [sl.]grooven [ugs.]
to groove sth. [make a groove in]etw. einkerben
to groove sth. [make a groove in]etw. nuten
to groove sth. [make a groove in]etw. rillen
to groove sth. [make a groove in]etw. furchen
to groove sth. [perfect by practice]etw. perfektionieren [Klavierspiel, Fremdsprache etc.]
to gropetasten
to grope herumtasten
to grope grabschen [fummeln]
to gropetappen [tasten]
to grope [coll.] fummeln [ugs.] [Petting machen]
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