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to hunt for a job eine Stelle suchen
to hunt for berriesBeeren suchen
to hunt for sb./sth. nach jdm./etw. fahnden
to hunt for sth. nach etw. [Dat.] suchen
to hunt (for) sb./sth. nach jdm./etw. forschen
to hunt high and low überall suchen
to hunt in a pack im Rudel jagen
to hunt out aufstöbern
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 hurdle überwinden
to hurdle eine 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 insults at sb. [idiom] jdm. Schimpfwörter an den Kopf werfen [Redewendung]
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. away etw. [Akk.] wegschleudern
to hurl sth. outetw. [Akk.] hinausschleudern
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 hurrysich beeilen
to hurry sich eilen
to hurry sich [Akk.] sputen [veraltend] [sonst regional, bes. nordd.] [sich beeilen]
to hurry hasten [geh.]
to hurry sich tummeln [österr., sonst regional] [sich beeilen]
to hurrysich schicken [österr.] [südd.] [sich beeilen]
to hurry hetzen [eilen]
to hurry after sb./sth. jdm./etw. nacheilen
to hurry ahead vorauseilen
to hurry alongdahineilen
to hurry awaydavoneilen
to hurry awayforteilen
to hurry away enteilen [geh.]
to hurry back (to sb./sth.) (zu jdm./etw.) zurückeilen
to hurry downstairs hinuntereilen
to hurry home heimeilen
to hurry offwegeilen
to hurry on weitermachen
to hurry outschnell hinaustreiben
to hurry out schnell hinausbringen
to hurry outhinauseilen
to hurry outhinauslaufen
to hurry pastvorbeieilen
to hurry sb.jdn. hetzen [antreiben]
to hurry sb. alongjdn. zur Eile treiben
to hurry sb. on jdn. antreiben
to hurry sb./sth. upjdn./etw. vorantreiben
to hurry sth. along etw. vorantreiben
to hurry upsich [Akk.] beeilen
to hurry upsich [Akk.] daranhalten [beeilen]
to hurry up weitertun [ugs.] [österr.]
to hurry up sich schleunen [veraltet]
to hurry updazuschauen [österr.] [sich beeilen]
to hurry up [move upwards]heraufeilen
to hurry up [with a task] sich [Akk.] dranhalten [ugs.] [nicht trödeln]
to hurry up to sb. auf jdn. zueilen
to hurry-scurry wuseln
to hurry-scurry (hin und her) hasten [geh.]
to hurry-scurry herumschwirren
to hurt schmerzen
to hurt wehtun
to hurtversehren [geh. bzw. veraltet] [verletzen]
to hurt weh tun [Rsv.]
to hurt [harm] schaden
to hurt [lightly]zwicken [ugs.] [leicht schmerzen]
to hurt [to feel bodily pain] zwiebeln [ugs.] [(körperlich) schmerzen]
to hurt [wound] sehren [veraltet, noch regional] [verletzten, verwunden]
to hurt like hell [coll.]mordsmäßig schmerzen [weh tun] [ugs.]
to hurt oneself lifting sth. sich [Akk.] (bei etw. [Dat.]) überheben [regional] [sich verheben]
to hurt oneself (on sth.) sich (an etw. [Dat.]) verletzen
to hurt oneself (while) lifting sth. sich [Akk.] verheben
to hurt sb. jdn. verletzen
to hurt sb.jdm. Schmerzen zufügen
to hurt sb. jdm. etwas zuleide tun
to hurt sb.jdm. wehtun
to hurt sb.jdm. ein Leid antun
to hurt sb. jdm. etwas tun [jdn. verletzen]
to hurt sb. [emotionally] jdn. kränken
to hurt sb.'s feelings jdn. kränken
to hurt sth. [to have a negative impact on sth.]etw. belasten [sich auf etw. ungünstig auswirken]
to hurtle zusammenprallen
to hurtle rasen
to hurtle schleudern
to hurtle brausen [rasen]
to hurtle [move rapidly]sausen [rasen]
to hurtle down hinuntersausen
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