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EnglishGerman
to landscape landschaftlich gestalten
to landscape [garden, park] landschaftsgärtnerisch gestalten
to languishschmachten [geh.]
to languishschwach werden
to languish schwach sein
to languish erlahmen
to languish verschmachten [geh.]
to languish dahinschmachten [veraltet]
to languishabmatten [geh.]
to languish [grow weak] ermatten [geh.] [schlapp werden, matt werden]
to languish [stagnate]stagnieren
to languish for sth.sich [Akk.] nach etw. [Dat.] verzehren [geh.]
to languish in prisonim Gefängnis schmachten [geh.]
to languish on a list auf einer Liste versauern
to laniate sth. [rare] [obs.] [to shred]etw. in Stücke zerreißen
to lap [overlap]sich überlappen
to lap against plätschern gegen
to lap againstschlagen gegen [z. B. Wellen, die See]
to lap around / round umspielen [fig.] [Wellen, Zunge etc.]
to lap sb. jdn. überrunden
to lap sth. [cause to overlap] etw. überlappen
to lap sth. up etw. [Akk.] aufschlecken
to lap upschlecken
to lap up [coll.] [receive eagerly] [a story, speech etc.] begierig aufnehmen [eine Geschichte, Ansprache u. ä.]
to lap up sth. [animal] etw. aufschlabbern [ugs.]
to lapidate [obs.]mit Steinen bewerfen
to lapidate [obs.] [stone to death] steinigen
to lapidifyversteinern
to lapse verfließen
to lapse ablaufen
to lapseerlöschen
to lapsehinfällig werden
to lapse verjähren
to lapse [claims etc.] verfallen [ablaufen, erlöschen]
to lapse [expire; claims etc.]entfallen [erlöschen; Ansprüche usw.]
to lapse back into sth. in etw. zurückverfallen
to lapse into a coma ins Koma fallen
to lapse into barbarismin Barbarei verfallen
to lapse into silencein Schweigen verfallen
to lapse into silenceverstummen
to lapse into sth. [e.g. silence, rage, euphoria, hysteria]in etw. [Akk.] verfallen [in einen bestimmten Zustand, z. B. Schweigen, Wut, Euphorie, Hysterie]
to lard lardieren [seltener für: spicken]
to lard [also fig.] spicken [auch fig.]
to lard sth.etw. mit Speck durchziehen [lardieren]
to large it (up) [Br.] [sl.] [idiom] einen draufmachen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to largely affect sth. auf etw. [Akk.] beträchtliche Auswirkungen haben
to largen sth. [archaic] etw. [Akk.] vergrößern
to lark [Br.]herumtollen
to lark about [Br.] [coll.]Fez machen [ugs.]
to lark about [Br.] [coll.] [tease each other] sich necken
to lark about [Br.] [coll.] [tease each other] einander necken
to lark about [coll.]herumblödeln [ugs.]
to lark about [coll.] herumalbern [ugs.]
to lark around [Br.] herumalbern [ugs.]
to lark around [Br.] [coll.] [tease each other]sich necken
to lark around [Br.] [coll.] [tease each other]einander necken
to lark around [coll.] herumblödeln [ugs.]
to lark around with sth. mit etw. [Dat.] herumspielen
to larn sb. [esp. Br.] [from a dialect form of learn] [to teach a lesson]jdm. eine Lehre sein / erteilen
to larn sb. sth. [esp. Br.] [from a dialect form of learn] [to teach, esp. a lesson] jdm. etw. beibringen
to larrup sb. [coll.] jdn. verdreschen [ugs.]
to larrup sb. [coll.] jdn. verprügeln
to lase sth. etw. lasern
to laser in on sb./sth. [Am.] [sl.] [idiom] sich [Akk.] auf jdn./etw. konzentrieren
to laser sth. [to treat with a laser] etw. lasern
to lash anbinden
to lash zuschlagen [Peitsche, Schlange]
to lash niedermachen
to lash [also fig.]peitschen [auch fig.]
to lash [with a whip] schmitzen [regional] [(mit der Peitsche) schlagen]
to lash back festbinden
to lash down [to tie down]zurren [Seemannssprache]
to lash (down) [load on truck etc.] verzurren
to lash into sb. über jdn. herfallen
to lash outum sich schlagen
to lash out [strike, hit] zulangen [zuschlagen]
to lash out [with money] [Br.] [coll.] [idiom] springen lassen [Geld] [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to lash out at sb.auf jdn. losgehen
to lash out on sth. [Br.] [coll.] [to spend a lot of money on sth.]sich [Dat.] etw. gönnen [viel ausgeben, teure Dinge kaufen]
to lash sb.jdn. auspeitschen
to lash sth. down etw. festzurren
to lash sth. togetheretw. festzurren
to lash sth. up etw. festzurren
to lash up verschnüren
to lasso sb./sth. jdn./etw. mit dem Lasso einfangen
to last andauern
to last dauern
to last währen [geh.]
to lastbestehen bleiben
to last Bestand haben [fortdauern]
to lastvon Bestand sein
to last vorhalten [geh.] [andauern od. ausreichen]
to last [be enough]ausreichen
to last [be sufficient for] genügen [genug sein, ausreichen]
to last [cloth, flowers, food etc.] halten [z. B. Kleidung, Blumen, Lebensmittel etc.]
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 timeeine Zeit andauern
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