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EnglishGerman
to lose the plot [Br.] [coll.] [idiom] die Orientierung verlieren [fig.]
to lose the plot [Br.] [coll.] [idiom] [to become crazy]austicken [ugs.] [verrückt werden, durchdrehen]
to lose the plot [coll.] [idiom]den Überblick verlieren
to lose the roof over one's head [fig.] Haus und Hof verlieren [fig]
to lose the scentdie Spur verlieren
to lose the scentdie Witterung verlieren
to lose the threadvom Hölzchen aufs Stöckchen kommen [Redewendung] [vom Thema abkommen]
to lose the thread [idiom] den Faden verlieren [Redewendung]
to lose (the use of) one's faculties senil werden
to lose time Zeit vergeuden
to lose timeZeit verlieren
to lose to sb.gegen jdn. verlieren
to lose touch with nicht mehr auf dem Laufenden sein bei
to lose touch with realityden Kontakt zur Realität verlieren
to lose touch with reality den Bezug zur Wirklichkeit verlieren
to lose touch with realityüber den Wassern schweben
to lose track ofden Überblick verlieren über
to lose track of die Übersicht verlieren über
to lose track of sb.jdn. aus dem Auge verlieren
to lose track of time das Zeitgefühl verlieren
to lose validity Gültigkeit verlieren
to lose waylangsamer werden
to lose weight abmagern
to lose weight abnehmen [Gewicht]
to lose weight an Gewicht verlieren
to lose weightschlank werden
to lose weightabspecken [ugs.]
[to lose everything in a fire]abbrennen [ugs.] [durch einen Brand alles verlieren]
to lotion sb./sth. jdn./etw. eincremen
to lounder [Scot.] hart schlagen
to lounge faulenzen
to lounge about [Br.] herumlungern [ugs.]
to lounge aroundherumliegen
to lounge around [Am.] herumlungern [ugs.]
to lounge in the armchair sich im Sessel fläzen [ugs.]
to lounge in the sun sich sonnen
to lounge into / on sth. [armchair, couch, etc.] sich in / auf etw. flätschen [ugs.] [regional] [Sessel, Sofa usw.]
to lour finster blicken
to loursich türmen [Wolken]
to louse [archaic] [delouse] lausen
to louse up [coll.]vermasseln [ugs.]
to louse up sth. [coll.] [spoil or ruin sth., e.g. sb.'s life]etw. kaputtmachen [ugs.] [z. B. jds. Leben]
to love minnen [veraltet; noch hum. für: lieben]
to love [a close person or a pet non-romantically] lieb haben
to love and cherish sb. jdn. lieben und ehren
to love back wieder lieben
to love dancing sehr gern tanzen
to love dearly innig lieben
to love doing sth.etw. schrecklich gerne tun
to love doing sth.etw. gerne tun
to love each othersich gegenseitig lieben
to love everything about sb.alles an jdm. lieben
to love life am Leben hängen
to love music (die) Musik lieben [Musik an sich]
to love profoundlyinnig lieben
to love sb. jdn. lieben
to love sb. back jds. Liebe erwidern
to love sb. to bits [coll.] [idiom] jdn. zum Fressen gern haben [alt] [ugs.] [Redewendung] [auch: jdn. zum Fressen gerne haben]
to love sb. to bits [coll.] [idiom] jdn. zum Fressen gernhaben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to love sb. to death [coll.] [idiom] jdn. über alles lieben
to love sb. to distraction [idiom] jdn. bis zum Wahnsinn lieben [fig.]
to love sb. to distraction [idiom] jdn. wahnsinnig lieben [ugs.]
to love sb. to distraction [idiom] jdn. rasend lieben [ugs.]
to love sb. to pieces [coll.] [idiom]jdn. zum Fressen gernhaben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to love sb. unconditionally jdn. bedingungslos lieben
to love sb. with all one's heart jdn. von ganzem Herzen lieben
to love sth. etw. gern mögen
to love sth. etw. [Akk.] meinen [veraltet] [lieben; z. B. „Freiheit, die ich meine“]
to love sth. about sb./sth. etw. an jdm./etw. lieben
to love to death zu Tode lieben
to love to do sth. etw. gerne tun
to love-bomb sb. [fig.] jdn. mit Freundlichkeit entwaffnen [fig.]
to love-bomb sb. [fig.]jdn. mit Freundlichkeiten entwaffnen [fig.]
to lovelify sb./sth. [rare] jdn./etw. verschönern
to low blöken [Rind]
to low muhen
to low brüllen [Vieh]
to lowball sth. [Am.] [coll.] [e.g. price of an offer]bewusst etw. unterbieten [Angebotspreis]
to lowball sth. [Am.] [coll.] [e.g. risks] bewusst etw. unterschätzen [z. B. Risiken]
to lower absenken [Grundwasserspiegel]
to lowerniederlassen
to lowerherablassen
to lowerherabsetzen
to lowerherunterlassen
to lower mindern
to lowerniedriger machen
to lowerreduzieren
to lower senken
to lower sinken
to lower verringern
to lowerniederholen [Herunterholen von Segeln oder Ladebäumen]
to lower ablassen
to lower tiefsetzen
to lower [a car] tieferlegen
to lower [depress, mute] abdämpfen
to lower [expectations etc.] zurückschrauben
to lower [lour, look dark and threatening] drohend blicken
to lower [lour, scowl] ein finsteres Gesicht machen
to lower [lour, scowl] missbilligend blicken
to lower [sink, descend]fallen
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