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to lade sth. [archaic]etw. verladen
to ladleausschöpfen
to ladle out ausschöpfen [Suppe etc.]
to ladle sth.etw. schöpfen [Suppe etc.]
to lagverzögern
to lag zögern
to lag nacheilen
to lagnachhinken
to lag sich langsam bewegen
to lag verschalen
to lag ummanteln [mit Isolierung]
to lagzurückbleiben
to lag laggen [sl.]
to lag [insulate] umwickeln
to lag [insulate]isolieren
to lag [time]dahinkriechen [Zeit]
to lag [time] langsam vergehen
to lag behind hintendran sein
to lag behindnachhinken
to lag behindzurückbleiben
to lag behind at school [coll.] in der Schule nachhängen [ugs.] [zurück sein]
to lag behind sb./sth.hinter jdm./etw. zurückbleiben
to lag behind the timeszurückbleiben
to lag (behind) zurückliegen
to lag (behind)hinterherhinken
to lag far behind weit hinterherhinken
to lag far behindweit abgeschlagen sein
to lag in phase in (der) Phase nacheilen
to lag miles behind [fig.] meilenweit hinterherhinken [ugs.] [fig.]
to lag sb. [Aus.] [Br. archaic] [coll.] [send to prison]jdn. einlochen [ugs.] [salopp] [ins Gefängnis bringen]
to lager sth. [to store beer during a period of aging] etw. lagern [bes. in Lagerkellern, Bierkellern]
to laicize [change to lay status] laisieren
to lairlagern [Mensch, Tier]
to lallygag [Am.] [coll.] [dated] [to indulge in kisses and caresses]schmusen [ugs.] [Liebkosungen austauschen]
to lallygag [Am.] [coll.] [lollygag]faulenzen
to lallygag [Am.] [coll.] [lollygag] [idle, laze]tachinieren [österr.] [ugs.] [faulenzen]
to lallygag [Am.] [coll.] [lollygag] [spend time idly] herumlungern [ugs.]
to lam [Am.] [coll.] [to escape, esp. from custody] ausbrechen
to lam sb. [coll.] [beat up]jdn. verdreschen [ugs.]
to lam sb. [coll.] [beat up] jdn. vermöbeln [ugs.]
to lamb lammen
to lamb ein Lamm werfen
to lambablammen [ein Lamm werfen]
to lambast verbal angreifen
to lambastfertig machen [ugs.]
to lambast [coll.]verprügeln [ugs.]
to lambast sb. [coll.]jdn. fertigmachen [ugs.]
to lambast sb. [coll.] [beat soundly] jdn. vermöbeln [ugs.] [verprügeln]
to lambaste verbal angreifen
to lambaste sb. jdn. fertigmachen [ugs.] [öffentlich scharf kritisieren]
to lambaste sb.jdn. heftig kritisieren
to lambaste sb. [beat sb. severely] jdn. verprügeln
to lambaste sb. [coll.]jdn. abwatschen [ugs.] [heftig kritisieren]
to lame lähmen
to lamentbeklagen
to lament jammern
to lament klagen
to lament lamentieren
to lamentbarmen [nordd.] [jammern]
to lament [complain]greinen [ugs.] [pej.] [jammern]
to lament one's fatesich über sein Schicksal beklagen
to lament over jammern über
to lament (over) sth. über etw. [Akk.] wehklagen [geh.]
to lament the fact that ... die Tatsache bedauern, dass ...
to laminate beschichten
to laminate schichten
to laminate lamellieren
to laminate laminieren
to laminate kaschieren [Bucheinband]
to lamp sb. [Br.] [coll.]jdn. heftig schlagen
to lampoon verspotten
to lampoonverhöhnen
to lance [e.g. an abscess] aufschneiden [z. B. einen Eiterherd]
to lance [pierce with a lance] aufspießen [mit einer Lanze durchbohren]
to lance a boil ein / einen Furunkel aufstechen
to lance sth. [an abscess, a boil]etw. eröffnen [einen Abszess, ein Geschwür]
to lancinate durchbohren
to landanlegen [Schiff]
to landlanden
to land ausladen
to landaufkommen [aufsetzen, auftreffen]
to landaufsetzen [landen]
to land [goods]löschen
to land [to set on land] an Land bringen
to land a big contract [coll.]einen Großauftrag an Land ziehen [ugs.]
to land a job [idiom] [coll.](sich [Dat.]) einen Job an Land ziehen [Idiom] [ugs.]
to land an accounteinen Kunden an Land ziehen
to land in the seawassern [im Meer]
to land in the soup [fig.] [coll.] in der Patsche landen [ugs.]
to land in troubleÄrger bekommen
to land on one's backside [coll.] die Backenbremse ziehen [ugs.] [fig.]
to land on one's feet [idiom]auf die Butterseite fallen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to land on the moonauf dem Mond landen
to land on water wassern
to land oneself in the dog house [idiom]sich [Akk.] in Ungnade bringen [wörtlich: in der Hundehütte landen]
to land sb. [to bring into a particular place, position, or condition] jdn. landen lassen [meist fig., z. B. im Gefängnis]
to land sb. in difficulties jdn. in Schwierigkeiten bringen
to land sb. one [coll.] jdm. eine feuern [ugs.]
to land sth. [fig.] [coll.] [contract, offer, job etc.] etw. an Land ziehen [fig.] [ugs.] [oft hum.]
to land sth. [fishing] [also fig.] etw. ins Trockene bringen [Angeln] [auch fig.]
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