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to hook up with sb. [coll.] [to meet up with sb.] sich mit jdm. treffen
to hook up with sb. [sl.] [have sex]mit jdm. Sex haben
to hook up with sb. [sl.] [make out] mit jdm. rummachen [ugs.]
to hoop a barrel ein Fass bereifen
to hootjohlen
to hoot tröten [regional] [blasen]
to hoot [a factory hooter etc.] heulen [Sirene]
to hoot [Br.] [train]pfeifen [Zug]
to hoot [esp. Br.] [blow a car horn, toot]hupen
to hoot [esp. ship] tuten [bes. Schiff]
to hoot [owl]schreien [Eule]
to hoot [owl]rufen [Eule]
to hoot down niederschreien
to hoot the car hornhupen
to hoot with laughter vor Lachen johlen [verhöhnen]
to hoover [Br.] staubsaugen
to hoover [Br.]Staub saugen
to hoover upstaubsaugen
to hoover up [fig.] [food] verputzen
to hop hopsen [ugs.]
to hophüpfen
to hop tanzen [hüpfen]
to hop hupfen [südd.] [österr.] [sonst veraltet]
to hopaufhüpfen [Vogel]
to hophuppen [nordd., mitteld.] [ugs.]
to hop springen [leichtfüßig]
to hop [coll.]flitzen [ugs.]
to hop [coll.] [dance]schwofen [ugs.] [tanzen]
to hop a fence über einen Zaun steigen
to hop a vehicle [coll.] [to board or get onto a vehicle]in ein Fahrzeug springen
to hop aboutherumhüpfen
to hop ineinsteigen
to hop in hineinspringen
to hop in / into sth. [coll.]in etw. [Akk.] hineinhüpfen [schnell einsteigen]
to hop in / into the shower [coll.] unter die Dusche springen [ugs.]
to hop into bed [coll.]ins Bett hüpfen [ugs.]
to hop into bed with sb. [coll.] mit jdm. in die Kiste hüpfen [ugs.]
to hop it [Br.] [coll.]stiften gehen [ugs.]
to hop it [Br.] [coll.] die Platte putzen [ugs.]
to hop off die Platte putzen [ugs.] [sich unbemerkt entfernen]
to hop off sth. [coll.] [to exit a bus, streetcar, etc.] aus etw. [Dat.] aussteigen [Bus, Straßenbahn usw.]
to hop on sth. [coll.] [to board a train, bus, plane, etc.] in etw. [Akk.] einsteigen [in die Bahn, in den Bus, ins Flugzeug etc.]
to hop outaussteigen
to hop out herausspringen
to hop over sth.über etw. [Akk.] springen
to hop sth. etw. [Dat.] Hopfen zusetzen
to hop sth. [coll.] [to cross in an airplane] etw. überqueren [in einem Flugzeug]
to hop sth. [to flavour with hops] etw. [Akk.] hopfen
to hop sth. [to jump over sth.] über etw. [Akk.] springen
to hop the stick [Br.] [coll.] [die]hopsgehen [ugs.] [salopp] [umkommen, sterben]
to hop the stick [Br.] [coll.] [idiom] [die] den Löffel abgeben [ugs.] [Redewendung] [sterben]
to hop the twig [Br.] [coll.] [die] hopsgehen [ugs.] [salopp] [umkommen, sterben]
to hop the twig [Br.] [coll.] [idiom] [die]den Löffel abgeben [ugs.] [Redewendung] [sterben]
to hop (up and down) with rage vor Wut (auf und ab) hüpfen
to hopehoffen
to hope against hopean einer unwirklichen Hoffnung festhalten
to hope beyond hopehoffen, wo es keine Hoffnung mehr gibt
to hope for a quick recovery auf eine baldige Besserung hoffen
to hope for better days auf bessere Zeiten hoffen
to hope for better timesauf bessere Zeiten hoffen
to hope for sth. auf etw. harren [geh.] [auf etw. hoffen]
to hope for sth.auf etw. [Akk.] hoffen
to hope for sth. (from sb./sth.) sich [Dat.] etw. (von jdm./etw.) erhoffen
to hope for the best auf das Beste hoffen
to hope for the bestdas Beste erhoffen
to hope from the bottom of one's heart inständiglich hoffen [veraltet, noch regional]
to hope in vain vergebens hoffen
to hope in vain vergeblich hoffen
to hope to accomplish sth. hoffen, etw. zu erreichen
to hope to do sth.hoffen, etw. zu tun
to hopscotch [Am.] [travel from place to place] herumreisen
to hopscotch [fig.] [to jump irregularly from one location to another]herumhopsen [ugs.]
to hopscotch (across) sth. [coll. without preposition](kreuz und) quer durch etw. hopsen
to hopscotch (through / across sth.) [Am.](durch etw. [Akk.]) touren [ugs.] [z. B. Wir touren durch Asien]
to horn in [sl.] sich eindrängen
to horn in [sl.] sich einmischen
to hornswaggle sb. [Am.] [coll.] [obs.] jdn. beschwindeln
to hornswoggle sb. [Am.] [coll.] jdn. hinters Licht führen [ugs.]
to horoscope [rare] [cast a horoscope]horoskopieren
to horrify erschrecken
to horrify entsetzen
to horrify Entsetzen verursachen
to horrify sb.jdn. entsetzen
to horrify sb. jdn. schockieren
to horse about [coll.]herumalbern [ugs.]
to horse about [coll.]herumblödeln [ugs.]
to horse around [coll.]herumalbern [ugs.]
to horse around [coll.]herumblödeln [ugs.]
to horse around [coll.]albern
to horse around [coll.]Blödsinn machen [ugs.]
to horsewhip sb. [flog] jdn. (mit der Pferdepeitsche) auspeitschen
to hose abspritzen [mit Wasserschlauch]
to hose verarschen [fig.]
to hosenass machen
to hose(mit einem Wasserschlauch) bewässern
to hose [Am.] [coll.]lahmlegen
to hose down sb./sth. [also: to hose sb./sth. down]jdn./etw. (mit dem Schlauch / Wasserschlauch) abspritzen
to hose out ausspritzen
to hose sb. [Am.] [sl.]jdn. täuschen
to hose sb. [sl.] jdn. abknallen [ugs.]
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