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to lol [acronym for: laughing out loud] laut lachen
to lol [also: to LOL] [coll.] [be amused] schmunzeln
to lollsich rekeln
to lollsich räkeln
to loll sich flegeln
to loll schlaff hängen [Fahne]
to lollheraushängen [Zunge]
to lolllungern [ugs.]
to loll about herumflegeln [ugs.]
to loll aboutherumhängen [ugs.]
to loll about / around sich herumlümmeln [ugs.]
to loll aroundherumflegeln [ugs.]
to loll aroundherumlümmeln [ugs.]
to loll around like a slob [coll.]sich [Akk.] schweinisch hinflegeln [ugs.]
to lolloptapsen
to lollop trotten
to lollop hoppeln
to lollop [coll.]zockeln
to lollygag [Am.]Zeit verschwenden
to lollygag [Am.]Zeit verplempern
to lollygag [Am.] [coll.] [dated] [to indulge in kisses and caresses]schmusen [ugs.] [Liebkosungen austauschen]
to londonizelondonisieren
to lone it [coll.] einen Alleingang machen
to lone it [coll.] im Alleingang handeln
to long feverishly for sth.nach etw. [Dat.] fíebern [fig.]
to long for ersehnen [geh.]
to long for verlangen nach
to long forsich sehnen nach
to long for lechzen nach
to long forbang sein nach [südd.] [sich sehnen]
to long for one's home Heimweh haben
to long for sb./sth. sich nach jdm./etw. sehnen
to long for sb./sth. sehnsüchtig auf jdn./etw. warten
to long for sb./sth.jdn./etw. hersehnen [veraltend]
to long for sth. etw. herbeisehnen
to long for sth. nach etw. [Dat.] Verlangen haben
to long for sth. eagerly etw. sehnlichst ersehnen
to long jump weitspringen
to long sth. [obs.]etw. verlängern [Reise etc.]
to long to die den Tod herbeisehnen
to long to do sth. etw. tun wollen
to long to go (sich) fortsehnen
to long to know sth.etw. [Akk.] unbedingt wissen wollen
to long to return [to a certain place or time] sich zurücksehnen
to longe longieren
to looder sb. [Scot.] [now esp. Irish]jdn. heftig verprügeln
to look gucken [ugs.]
to look schauen
to look sehen
to lookausschauen [südd.] [österr.] [aussehen]
to look kieken [berlin.]
to lookkucken [nordd.]
to look blicken
to look lugen [veraltet und regional: blicken, schauen]
to look / drop in on sb. [coll.] bei jdm. hereinschauen [ugs.] [kurz besuchen]
to look / see round a housesich [Dat.] ein Haus ansehen
to look a lot like sb. jdm. ziemlich ähnlich sehen
to look a messschrecklich aussehen
to look a million dollars [coll.] toll aussehen [ugs.]
to look a million dollars [coll.] umwerfend aussehen
to look a picture of health blendend aussehen [gesund]
to look a proper Charlie [Br.] [coll.]wie Klein Doofi mit Plüschohren aussehen [ugs.] [veraltend]
to look a proper charlie [Br.] [coll.] [idiom] dumm aus der Wäsche schauen [ugs.] [bes. südd.] [Redewendung]
to look a scream zum Schreien aussehen
to look about herumschauen
to look about (for sb./sth.)sich [Akk.] (nach jdm./etw.) umschauen [suchend]
to look about for sth. nach etw. suchen
to look about oneself sich umblicken
to look acrossherübersehen
to look across / over at sb. [from the perspective of the person being looked at] zu jdm. herüberschauen [österr.] [südd.] [sonst veraltet] [ugs. auch: rüberschauen]
to look after kids Kinder betreuen
to look after oneselfsich selbst versorgen
to look after oneselfsich um sich selbst kümmern
to look after oneself auf sich aufpassen
to look after oneself [one's health etc.] auf sich schauen [österr.] [südd.] [achten]
to look after sb.sich um jdn. kümmern [betreuen]
to look after sb. jdn. umsorgen
to look after sb. sich um jdn. annehmen [österr.]
to look after sb. [care for]jdn. betüddeln [nordd.]
to look after sb./sth. auf jdn./etw. aufpassen
to look after sb./sth. jdn./etw. betreuen
to look after sb./sth. jdm./etw. nachsehen [mit Blicken folgen]
to look after sb./sth.sich um jdn./etw. bemühen
to look after sb./sth.für jdn./etw. sorgen
to look after sb./sth. jdn./etw. behüten
to look after sb./sth.auf jdn./etw. passen [veraltet] [auf jdn./etw. aufpassen, nach jdm./etw. sehen]
to look after sb./sth. [e.g. infants, pets] jdn./etw. versorgen [z. B. Kinder, Haustiere]
to look after sb./sth. [take care of] nach jdm./etw. sehen [sich um jdn./etw. kümmern]
to look after sb./sth. [to follow sb. with one's eyes] jdm./etw. nachschauen [hinterherschauen, nachblicken]
to look after sb./sth. [to follow sb. with one's eyes]jdm./etw. nachblicken [hinterherblicken]
to look after sb.'s interestsjds. Interessen wahrnehmen
to look after sb.'s interestssich um jdn. kümmern
to look after sb.'s interests sich um jds. Interessen kümmern
to look after sb.'s rightsjds. Rechte vertreten
to look after sth.etw. pfleglich behandeln
to look after sth. sich etw. [Gen.] annehmen [geh.]
to look after sth. sich um etw. kümmern
to look after sth. [manage, monitor] etw. [Akk.] wahrnehmen [Interessen, Angelegenheiten]
to look after sth. [objects, health] etw. [Akk.] schonen [Gegenstände, Gesundheit]
to look after the children sich um die Kinder kümmern
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