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EnglishGerman
to humour sb. [Br.] jdn. bei Laune halten
to humour sb. [Br.] jdm. seinen Willen lassen
to humour sth./sb. [Br.]etw./jdn. mit Geduld ertragen
to hump [coll.] schleppen
to hump [coll.] tragen [insbes. auf Rücken oder Schulter]
to hump [vulg.] vögeln [vulg.]
to hump one's back einen Buckel machen
to hump one's bluey [Aus.] [coll.]sein Ränzel schnüren [ugs.]
to hump sb. [Br.] [to make sad]jdn. trübsinnig machen
to hump sb. [vulg.]jdn. bumsen [vulg.]
to hump sb. [vulg.] jdn. ficken [vulg.]
to hump sb. [vulg.] [sl.] [engage in sexual intercourse] jdn. poppen [ugs.] [salopp] [mit jdm. koitieren]
to hump sth. sich [Dat.] etw. aufladen
to hump the back buckeln
to hump up krümmen
to hump upzu einem Buckel krümmen
to hunch [with pain] sich krümmen [vor Schmerz]
to hunch one's shouldersdie Schultern hochziehen
to hunch up (sich) kauern
to hunger hungern
to hunger after hungern nach
to hunger after sb./sth. [fig.] sehnsüchtig auf jdn./etw. warten
to hunger for books lesehungrig sein
to hunger for sb./sth. [fig.] sehnsüchtig auf jdn./etw. warten
to hunger for sth. nach etw. [Dat.] hungern [geh.]
to hunger-strikehungerstreiken [ugs.]
to hunker hocken
to hunker down sich [Akk.] hinhocken
to hunker down [coll.] [hide out] sich versteckt halten
to hunker down [fig.] [to settle into the safety of one's home for a prolonged time] sich [Akk.] zurückziehen [längere Zeit in Sicherheit zu Hause bleiben]
to hunker down [squat]in die Hocke gehen
to hunker down [squat] sich hocken
to hunker down [squat] [Am.]sich hinkauern
to hunker down at homesich zu Hause verbarrikadieren
to hunker down in a place [coll.] [hide, take shelter]an einem Ort Unterschlupf finden
to hunker down in a place [coll.] [take shelter] sich an einem Ort in Sicherheit bringen
to hunt durchsuchen
to hunt bejagen
to hunt a districteinen Bezirk durchsuchen
to hunt an animalein Tier jagen
to hunt as a packim Rudel jagen
to hunt down an animalein Tier hetzen
to hunt for a house eine Wohnung suchen
to hunt for a job Arbeit suchen
to hunt for a job eine Stelle suchen
to hunt for berries Beeren suchen
to hunt for sb./sth.nach jdm./etw. fahnden
to hunt for sth.nach etw. suchen
to hunt (for) sb./sth. nach jdm./etw. forschen
to hunt high and lowüberall suchen
to hunt in a pack im Rudel jagen
to hunt outaufstöbern
to hunt out hinausjagen
to hunt sb. jdm. nachstellen
to hunt sb. down jdn. zur Strecke bringen [Redewendung]
to hunt sb./sth.jdn./etw. suchen [jagen, z. B. Verbrecher]
to hunt sb./sth. jdn./etw. verfolgen [jagen]
to hunt sb./sth. down auf jdn./etw. Jagd machen
to hunt (sb./sth.)(jdn./etw.) jagen
to hunt sth. auf etw. [Akk.] Jagd machen
to hunt up sb./sth.jdn./etw. aufspüren
to hurdleüberwinden
to hurdleeine Hürde nehmen
to hurl [coll.] [vomit]kotzen [ugs.]
to hurl abuse at sb.gegen jdn. Schmähungen ausstoßen
to hurl abuse at sb.Unflat auf jdn. schütten [fig.] [geh.]
to hurl defiance at sb. jdm. trotzige Worte entgegenschleudern
to hurl oneself into adventures sich [Akk.] in Abenteuer stürzen
to hurl oneself into sth.sich in etw. stürzen
to hurl sb. down [throw down, e.g. stairs]jdn. hinunterstürzen
to hurl sth. [throw with great force] etw. schleudern [mit kräftigem Schwung werfen]
to hurl sth. awayetw. [Akk.] wegschleudern
to hurl sth. out (of sth.) etw. [Akk.] (aus etw. [Dat.]) herausschleudern
to hurl sth. up [fling upward with force]etw. [Akk.] aufschleudern [in die Höhe schleudern]
to hurl sth. up [fling upward with force]etw. [Akk.] hochschleudern [aufschleudern]
to hurryeilen
to hurry sich beeilen
to hurrysich eilen
to hurrysich [Akk.] sputen [veraltend] [sonst regional, bes. nordd.] [sich beeilen]
to hurryhasten [geh.]
to hurry sich tummeln [österr., sonst regional] [sich beeilen]
to hurry sich schicken [österr.] [südd.] [sich beeilen]
to hurryhetzen [eilen]
to hurry after sb./sth.jdm./etw. nacheilen
to hurry aheadvorauseilen
to hurry along dahineilen
to hurry away davoneilen
to hurry away forteilen
to hurry awayenteilen [geh.]
to hurry back (to sb./sth.)(zu jdm./etw.) zurückeilen
to hurry downstairshinuntereilen
to hurry homeheimeilen
to hurry off wegeilen
to hurry on weitermachen
to hurry out schnell hinaustreiben
to hurry outschnell hinausbringen
to hurry out hinauseilen
to hurry out hinauslaufen
to hurry past vorbeieilen
to hurry sb.jdn. hetzen [antreiben]
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