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EnglishGerman
to last [continue]fortdauern
to last [remain unharmed] aushalten [ertragen, durchhalten]
to last for a lifetime ein Leben lang halten
to last for another ten years at least noch mindestens weitere zehn Jahre dauern
to last for some time eine Zeit andauern
to last for years Jahre andauern
to last longer [be more durable] haltbarer sein
to last out sth. für etw. ausreichen
to last sth. [to fit to a last] [shoe leather]etw. über einen Leisten schlagen [Leder für einen Schuh um einen Leisten legen]
to last until [evening etc.] durchgehen bis [ugs.] [dauern]
to last until doomsday [fig.]bis zum Jüngsten Gericht reichen [fig.]
to lastage [obs.] [ballast]ballasten [Ballast laden]
to latchsperren
to latch verriegeln
to latch einrasten
to latcheinklinken [Tür etc.]
to latch schließen [sperren]
to latch zuschnappen
to latch zuschnappen lassen
to latch [door]zuklinken
to latch on verstehen
to latch onmitkriegen [ugs.] [verstehen]
to latch on [baby] andocken [Säugling, ugs.: mit dem Mund guten Halt an der Brustwarze finden]
to latch on [coll.]kapieren [ugs.]
to latch on sb. [baby] jdn. anlegen [Säugling]
to latch on to sb./sth. [also fig.] sich [Akk.] an jdn./etw. hängen [klammern] [auch fig.]
to latch on to sth. [coll.] [understand] etw. überzuckern [österr.] [ugs.] [kapieren]
to latch on to sth. [coll.] [understand]etw. kapieren [ugs.]
to latch on to sth. [hold on]sich [Akk.] an etw. [Dat.] festhalten
to latch onto sb. sich an jdn. hängen
to latch onto sth. etw. übernehmen
to latch onto sth. [coll.] [understand]etw. kapieren [ugs.]
to latch onto sth. [fig.] sich an etw. [Dat.] hochziehen [fig.]
to laten sth. etw. [Akk.] verzögern
to latentize sth. [rare] etw. verbergen
to lateralize sth.etw. lateralisieren
to lathe face abdrehen [auf Drehmaschine]
to lathe sth. [shape with a lathe]etw. drehen [auf Drehmaschine]
to lather schäumen
to lather sb. jdn. einseifen [nicht fig.]
to lathi-charge (on) sb. [Ind.] mit Lathis auf jdn. losgehen [bes. ind. Polizei] [weniger förmlich] [... gegen jdn. vorgehen]
to lathi-charge (on) sb. [Ind.] mit Lathis gegen jdn. vorgehen [bes. ind. Polizei]
to lathi-charge sb. [Ind.] gegen jdn. Lathis einsetzen [ind. Polizei]
to Latinise [Br.] latinisieren
to latinise [Br.] latinisieren
to latinize latinisieren
to lattice sth. [e.g. a window]etw. [Akk.] vergittern [z. B. ein Fenster]
to laud loben
to laud sb. [formal] jdn. laudieren [veraltet] [loben]
to laud sb./sth. [formal]jdn./etw. rühmen
to laud sb./sth. [formal] jdn./etw. preisen [geh.]
to laugh lachen [auch fig.]
to laugh [only in a positive way]sich beömmeln [nordd.] [ugs.]
to laugh about sb./sth.über jdn./etw. lachen
to laugh aloudlaut herauslachen
to laugh at sb. jdn. auslachen
to laugh at sb.über jdn. lachen
to laugh at sb./sth. jdn./etw. verhöhnen
to laugh at sb./sth.sich über jdn./etw. belustigen [geh.]
to laugh at sb./sth.sich über jdn./etw. lustig machen
to laugh at sb./sth.jdn./etw. nicht ernst nehmen
to laugh at sb./sth.jdn./etw. belachen
to laugh at sth. über etw. lachen
to laugh away mit Humor tragen
to laugh away one's troubles durch Lachen seine Sorgen verscheuchen
to laugh downauslachen
to laugh downmit Gelächter übertönen
to laugh heartily sich abkugeln [österr.] [ugs.]
to laugh in one's sleeve [Am.] [idiom] sich [Dat.] ins Fäustchen lachen [Redewendung]
to laugh in sb.'s face jdm. ins Gesicht lachen
to laugh like a billy goat meckernd lachen
to laugh like a drain [Br.] [coll.]wie Bolle lachen [berlin.]
to laugh like a hyena [idiom]wie ein Huhn gackern [Redewendung]
to laugh lustily herzhaft lachen
to laugh one's ass off [Am.] [sl.] [idiom]sich [Akk.] kaputtlachen [ugs.]
to laugh one's head off sich [Dat.] den Arsch ablachen [derb]
to laugh one's head off sich kaputtlachen [ugs.]
to laugh oneself sick sich kranklachen [ugs.]
to laugh oneself silly [coll.] sich kaputtlachen [ugs.]
to laugh oneself silly [coll.] sich totlachen [ugs.]
to laugh oneself silly [coll.] [idiom] sich scheckiglachen [ugs.]
to laugh oneself to death [coll.] sich totlachen [ugs.]
to laugh oneself to tears Tränen lachen
to laugh out loud laut auflachen
to laugh out loudlaut loslachen
to laugh outright laut auflachen
to laugh sb. out of court jdn. auslachen
to laugh sb. to scornjdn. verspotten
to laugh sth. away sich lachend über etw. hinwegsetzen
to laugh sth. away etw. [Akk.] mit einem Lachen abtun
to laugh sth. off etw. [Akk.] mit einem Lachen abtun
to laugh sth. off sich lachend über etw. hinwegsetzen
to laugh sth. out of courtetw. verlachen [verhöhnen]
to laugh until one cries Tränen lachen
to laugh until tears run down one's cheeks Tränen lachen
to laugh up one's sleeve [idiom]sich [Dat.] ins Fäustchen lachen [Redewendung]
to laugh with all one's heart schallend lachen
to launch abschießen
to launch in Bewegung setzen
to launch vom Stapel laufen lassen
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