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EnglishGerman
to guess erahnen
to guess glauben [vermuten]
to guess [coll.] [think, opine] meinen [glauben]
to guess [coll.] [think] denken [meinen]
to guess incorrectly on sth. bei etw. [Dat.] danebenraten [ugs.] [danebentippen]
to guess rightes erraten [richtig raten]
to guess rightrichtig raten
to guess sth.etw. [Akk.] erraten
to guess sth. [reckon] etw. ahnen [schätzen, vermuten]
to guess (sth.) (etw.) annehmen [vermuten]
to guess the meaning of a word die Bedeutung eines Wortes erraten
to guess wrong falsch raten
to guesstimate sth. [coll.] etw. über den Daumen peilen [ugs.] [fig.] [grob schätzen]
to guest in / at sth. in / an etw. [Dat.] gastieren
to guest on sth. [show, recording etc.] als Gast auf / in etw. erscheinen [Show, Aufnahme usw.]
to guest-star einen Gastauftritt haben
to guff [vulg.] [Br.] furzen [ugs. derb]
to guffaw schallend lachen
to guffaw schallend loslachen
to guffaw laut lachen
to guffawaufwiehern [fig.] [ugs.] [in ein Gelächter ausbrechen]
to guide führen
to guideleiten
to guidelenken
to guide geleiten
to guidelotsen
to guide sb. [instruct]jdn. anleiten
to guide sb. [look after, mentor] jdn. betreuen
to guide sb. into the right way to sth. [fig.]jdm. den richtigen Weg zu etw. [Dat.] weisen [fig.]
to guide sb. out of sth. jdn. aus etw. hinauslotsen
to guide sb. toward sth. jdn. zu etw. hinführen
to guide sth.etw. steuern
to guide the camera [towards sth.] die Kamera führen [an etw.]
to guide throughdurchschleusen
to guillotineguillotinieren
to guillotine [paper]schneiden [Papier]
to guillotine sth. [Br.] [apply a guillotine to a debate] [die Beratungszeit für die Gesetzgebung im britischen Parlament begrenzen]
to guilt trip sb. [coll.]jdm. Schuldgefühle einreden
to guilt-trip sb. jdn. moralisch verpflichten
to guilt-trip sb. [coll.] bei jdm. Schuldgefühle erwecken
to guise verkleiden
to gull sb. jdn. übertölpeln
to gulphinunterschlingen
to gulp schlucken
to gulp verschlingen
to gulphinunterschlucken
to gulp schlingen
to gulp hinterschlingen [regional] [hinunterschlingen]
to gulp [drink]hastig trinken
to gulp [try to swallow]würgen [hinunterwürgen]
to gulp back a sob einen Schluchzer unterdrücken
to gulp back one's tears die Tränen unterdrücken
to gulp down verschlingen
to gulp down hinunterschlucken
to gulp down [food]runterschlingen [ugs.] [Essen]
to gulp down one's food noisily sein Essen geräuschvoll hinunterschlingen
to gulp down sth. [a drink] etw. runterstürzen [ugs.] [ein Getränk]
to gulp sth. downetw. [Akk.] kübeln [ugs.] [kübelweise trinken, bes. Alkoholisches]
to gulp sth. down etw. hinunterschlingen
to gulp sth. down [drink] etw. hinunterstürzen [schnell trinken]
to gum [oil, lubricant] verharzen [Öl, Schmiermittel]
to gum sth. up [fig.] etw. verkleben [fig.]
to gum up the works [coll.] alles vermasseln [ugs.]
to gun down sb. [coll.]jdn. abknallen [ugs.]
to gun for sth. [try to win or obtain] [coll.] [fig.] etw. [Akk.] anstreben
to gun sb. down [coll.] jdn. niederschießen
to gun sb. down [coll.]jdn. umballern [ugs.]
to gun sb. down [coll.] jdn. über den Haufen schießen [ugs.]
to gun sb. down [coll.]jdn. umsägen [ugs.] [jdn. niederschießen]
to gun the engine den Motor aufheulen lassen
to gurgle gurgeln
to gurgle glucksen
to gurglegluckern
to gurgle plätschern [Bach]
to gurgle [baby] lallen
to gurn [Br.]grimassieren
to gurn [Br.]Grimassen schneiden
to gushsich ergießen
to gushquellen
to gush herausspritzen
to gush (forth) hervorströmen
to gush out herausströmen
to gush (out) [also fig.]hervorsprudeln [auch fig.]
to gush (out) [liquid] heraussprudeln
to gush (out) [liquid] herausschießen [Flüssigkeit]
to gush (out) [smoke, blood, tears]hervorquellen
to gush (over / about)sich ergehen
to gush over sb. jdm. lobhudeln [ugs.] [pej.] [jdm. schmeicheln]
to gush over/about sb./sth.von jdm./etw. schwärmen
to gush up emporschießen [Wasserstrahl etc.]
to gush with triefen vor [pej.] [fig.]
to gussy sb./sth. up [Am.] [coll.] jdn./etw. aufpeppen [ugs.]
to gussy up sb./sth. [Am.] [coll.] jdn./etw. aufpeppen [ugs.]
to gussy up sb./sth. [coll.] [esp. Am.] jdn./etw. aufhübschen [ugs.]
to gust böig wehen
to gut sth. etw. [Akk.] ausweiden [Tier]
to gut sth. [building] etw. [Akk.] entkernen [Gebäude]
to gut sth. [inside of a building by accidental fire] etw. ausbrennen [Gebäude im Innern durch Feuer]
to gut sth. [to remove the inner organs of an animal] etw. [Akk.] ausnehmen [ein geschlachtetes od. erlegtes Tier]
to gutter riefen
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