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to housesit for sb.jds. Haus hüten
to house-train an animal [Br.] ein Tier stubenrein machen
to hover schweben
to hoverin der Luft schweben
to hover [brood over] glucken [brüten]
to hover [esp. birds of prey] rütteln [bes. Greifvögel]
to hover (around / about sth.) [fig.] sich [Akk.] (in der Nähe von etw. [Dat.]) herumtreiben [ugs.] [pej.]
to hover between life and death [idiom] zwischen Leben und Tod schweben [Redewendung]
to hover (between) [fig.]schwanken (zwischen) [fig.]
to hover in the air in der Luft stehen
to hover over sb. [fig.] jdm. nicht von der Seite weichen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to hover over sth. über etw. [Dat.] schweben
to howk [chiefly Scot.] ausgraben
to howlheulen [auch Wind, Tiere]
to howlbrüllen
to howlpfeifen
to howl schreien
to howljohlen
to howlaufheulen
to howljaulen
to howl [coll.] [to cry loudly] flennen [ugs.] [weinen]
to howl at the moonden Mond anheulen
to howl down niederschreien
to howl one's head off [coll.] [idiom]heulen wie ein Schlosshund [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to howl sb. downjdn. niederbrüllen [ugs.] [einen Redner]
to howl with aufjaulen vor
to howl with painaufheulen vor Schmerz
to huck sth. [Am.] [slang] [to throw / toss sth.] etw. schmeißen [ugs.] [werfen]
to huckle sb. [Scot.] [sl.] jdn. festnehmen
to huckster sth. [Am.]etw. [Akk.] verhökern [ugs.]
to huddle kauern
to huddle sich drängen
to huddlesich zusammendrängen
to huddle [Br.] [to arrange carelessly]hudeln [südd.] [österr.]
to huddle against sich schmiegen an
to huddle in a cornersich in einer Ecke zusammendrängen
to huddle through sich durchwursteln [ugs.]
to huddle together auf einen Haufen werfen
to huddle togetherzusammenwerfen
to huddle togetherzusammendrängen
to huddle together die Köpfe zusammenstecken
to huddle together [e.g. for warmth]sich aneinander kuscheln
to huddle up auf einen Haufen werfen
to huddle up sich zusammenkauern
to huddle up zusammenwerfen
to huddle up against sb. sich [Akk.] an jdn. kuscheln
to huddle up against sb./sth. sich [Akk.] an jdn. / an etw. kauern
to huddle (up) to sb. sich an jdn. kuscheln
to huff verschnupfen
to huffwütend werden
to huffärgern
to huffschnauben
to huff grollen [empfindlich reagieren]
to huff [sl.] schnüffeln [zur Berauschung]
to huff and puff [coll.]schnaufen und keuchen
to huff off verärgert abdampfen [ugs.]
to hugknuddeln
to hug liebkosen
to hug an ideaan einer Idee festhalten
to hug and kisssich herzen und küssen
to hug and kiss sb. jdn. abherzen [veraltet]
to hug and squeeze sb.jdn. umarmen und an sich [Akk.] drücken
to hug fond hopessich mit eitlen Hoffnungen tragen
to hug one's knees seine Knie umklammern
to hug oneself [esp. to get warm]sich (mit beiden Armen) umfassen [bes. um sich zu wärmen]
to hug sb. jdn. herzen [hochd. veraltend] [bayer.] [österr.]
to hug sb. around the neckjdn. umhalsen [selten] [jdm. um den Hals fallen]
to hug sb. back jds. Umarmung erwidern
to hug sb./sth. jdn./etw. umarmen
to hug sb./sth. jdn./etw. drücken [umarmen]
to hug sb./sth. to oneselfjdn./etw. an sich pressen
to hug the fire immer zu Hause hocken
to hug the idea of ... in die Idee verliebt sein, ...
to hug the shore [sailboat] sich dicht an der Küste halten [Segelboot]
to hug the wall dicht an der Wand bleiben
to hug the wall im Hintergrund bleiben [fig.]
to huggermugger vertuschen
to huggle (together) sich aneinander schmiegen / kuscheln
to hulk out [idiom] [become enraged] in Wut geraten
to hulk up sich [Akk.] auftürmen
to hulk up aufragen
to hulk up [show up] zu sehen sein
to hullenthülsen
to hullentstielen
to hull schälen [Getreide]
to hull tobeiliegen
to hum summen [bes. Melodie]
to hummurmeln
to humsurren
to humdudeln [ugs.] [pej.]
to hum [coll.] [smell unpleasant] [Br.] stinken
to hum [machines, engines] wummern [ugs.]
to hum [to make soft low continuous noise] brummen [z. B. Gerät, Kreisel, Hummel]
to hum alongmitsummen
to hum and haw [Br.] [coll.]hin- und herüberlegen
to hum and haw [coll.]herumdrucksen [ugs.]
to hum sth. etw. vor sich hin summen
to hum to oneselfvor sich [Akk.] hin summen
to humanise [Br.] humanisieren
to humanise [Br.]vermenschlichen
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