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to grit sth.etw. bekiesen
to grit the roaddie Straße streuen
to grizzle nörgeln [pej.]
to grizzle [Br.] [coll.] [esp. baby]quengeln [ugs.]
to groanstöhnen
to groanächzen
to groanseufzen
to groan (loudly) (laut) aufstöhnen
to groan with pain vor Schmerzen stöhnen
to grocery shop Lebensmittel einkaufen
to grog Grog trinken
to groin Gratbogen bilden [Gewölbe]
to grok verstehen
to grokschnallen [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 oneselfsich pflegen
to groom oneself sich 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 grooveeinstechen
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 grope tasten
to gropeherumtasten
to gropegrabschen [fummeln]
to grope tappen [tasten]
to grope [coll.] fummeln [ugs.] [Petting machen]
to grope [sexually molesting] grapschen [ugs.] [sexuell übergriffig werden]
to grope aboutgrabbeln
to grope about [for sth.] herumtasten [nach etw.]
to grope about [for sth.] suchen [nach etw.]
to grope around herumtasten
to grope around herumfummeln [ugs.]
to grope aroundgrabbeln
to grope around [for sth.]suchen [nach etw.]
to grope for wordsnach Worten suchen
to grope (in the dark) [fig.]im Dunkeln tasten [fig.]
to grope one's waysich tasten
to grope one's way through (sth.)sich (durch etw.) durchtasten
to grope sb. jdn. angrabbeln [ugs.]
to grope sb. [coll.] jdn. betatschen [ugs.]
to grope sb. [coll.] jdn. begrapschen [ugs.]
to grope sb. [coll.] jdn. begrabschen [ugs.]
to grope sb. [coll.] jdn. befummeln [ugs.]
to gross einspielen
to gross sb. out [esp. Am.] [coll.] jdn. anekeln
to gross sb. out [esp. Am.] [coll.] jdn. anwidern
to gross sb. out [esp. Am.] [coll.] jdn. ankotzen [ugs.] [zuwider sein, missfallen]
to gross sth.etw. [Akk.] umsetzen
to gross up hochrechnen
to gross up sth. den Bruttobetrag von etw. [Dat.] feststellen
to grossly violate sth. schwerwiegend gegen etw. verstoßen
to grossly violate sth. etw. grob verletzen [Gesetz, Bestimmung]
to grouch [coll.] nörgeln [pej.]
to grouch [coll.] quengeln [ugs.]
to grouch [coll.]raunzen [bes. südd., österr.] [ugs.] [nörgeln]
to grouch [coll.] sudern [österr.] [ugs.] [pej.]
to grouch [coll.] motzen [ugs.]
to grouch [coll.]schimpfen
to grouch [coll.] meckern [ugs.]
to grouch [coll.]tschentschen [südösterr.] [ugs.] [nörgeln, quengeln]
to grouch [coll.]pflaumen [ugs.]
to grouch about sth. [coll.]über etw. [Akk.] räsonieren [ugs.] [nörgeln, meckern]
to ground auf Grund laufen
to ground grundieren
to ground [Am.] erden
to ground [Br.] [a vehicle grounds on a road hump] aufsitzen [ein Fahrzeug sitzt auf einem Straßenhöcker auf]
to ground [fig.] begründen
to ground [pilot] nicht fliegen lassen
to ground [plane] aus dem Verkehr ziehen
to ground [run aground] trockenfallen
to ground an aircraft [prohibit an aircraft from flying] ein Startverbot für ein Flugzeug verhängen
to ground arms die Waffen strecken
to ground on / ingründen auf
to ground oneself sich grounden [ugs.] [z. B. beim Joga]
to ground sb. jdm. Hausarrest erteilen
to ground sb. jdn. unter Arrest stellen
to ground sb.jdm. Hausarrest aufbrummen [ugs.]
to ground sb. [esp. Am.] [coll.] jdm. Hausarrest geben
to ground sth. [forbid to fly]etw. [Dat.] Startverbot erteilen
to ground sth. [forbid to fly] etw. [Akk.] am Starten hindern
to groupgruppieren
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