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EnglishGerman
to lowerniederlassen
to lowerherablassen
to lower herabsetzen
to lower herunterlassen
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 lowertiefsetzen
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
to lower / reduce one's pulse ratedie Pulsfrequenz heruntersetzen
to lower a price einen Preis senken
to lower defenses [Am.] Sicherheitsmaßnahmen reduzieren
to lower expectations Erwartungen dämpfen
to lower one's expectations seine Erwartungen zurückschrauben [ugs.]
to lower one's eyes den Blick senken
to lower one's eyes in shamevor Scham die Augen senken [geh.] [fig.]
to lower one's eyes in shamevor Scham die Augen niederschlagen [den Blick senken]
to lower one's gazeden Blick senken
to lower one's head seinen Kopf senken
to lower one's sightsseine Ziele (nach unten) korrigieren
to lower one's sights seine Ansprüche herunterschrauben [ugs.]
to lower one's sights [idiom] Abstriche machen [fig.]
to lower one's standardsseine Ansprüche herunterschrauben [ugs.]
to lower one's voice seine Stimme senken
to lower one's voicedie Stimme senken
to lower oneself [also fig.] sich [Akk.] herablassen [auch fig.]
to lower oneself [demean] sich [Akk.] erniedrigen
to lower oneself [physically]sich [Akk.] hinablassen
to lower oneself onto / on to sth. sich [Akk.] auf etw. [Akk.] herablassen
to lower pricesPreise herabsetzen
to lower sb./sth. [demean]jdn./etw. erniedrigen
to lower sb./sth. down on a rope [away from observer] jdn./etw. hinunterseilen
to lower sb./sth. down on a rope [towards observer] jdn./etw. herunterseilen
to lower sb./sth. down (on a rope) jdn./etw. abseilen
to lower sb./sth. to a level of sth. [fig.] jdn./etw. zu etw. degradieren
to lower sth.etw. sinken lassen
to lower sth.etw. hinunterlassen
to lower sth.etw. [Akk.] heruntersetzen
to lower sth. [costs]etw. abbauen [Kosten senken]
to lower sth. [flag, sail] etw. einholen [Flagge, Segel]
to lower sth. [landing gear] etw. [Akk.] ausfahren [Fahrgestell]
to lower sth. [morale, resistance] etw. [Akk.] schwächen
to lower the bank rate den Diskontsatz senken
to lower the bar [detrimentally] [idiom] das Niveau senken
to lower the bar [lower standards, barriers etc.] Hürden abbauen
to lower the boom on sb./sth. [coll.]jdm./etw. Einhalt gebieten [geh.]
to lower the chair den Stuhl ablassen
to lower the coffin into the ground den Sarg in die Erde senken
to lower the discount rateden Diskontsatz herabsetzen
to lower the interest rateden Zinssatz herabsetzen
to lower the pitch of sth. [e.g. a musical note]etw. [Akk.] vertiefen [z. B. eine Musiknote]
to lower the price den Preis senken
to lower the rate of interest die Zinsen senken
to lower the tabletop (die) Tischplatte absenken
to lower the tariffs die Zölle erniedrigen
to lower the (venetian) blinds die Jalousien herablassen
to lowercase sth. etw. kleinschreiben
to lube [coll.] [lubricate]schmieren
to lube [coll.] [lubricate]ölen
to lube sth. [coll.] [lubricate] etw. abschmieren
to lubricateschmieren
to lubricate ölen
to lubricate einschmieren
to lubricate abschmieren
to lubricate [relubricate] nachschmieren
to lubricate sth. etw. gleitfähig machen
to lubricate sth. etw. schmälzen
to luck out [coll.] Schwein haben [ugs.] [Glück haben]
to luck out [coll.]Glück haben
to luck out with sb./sth. [coll.] mit jdm./etw. Glück haben
to lucubrate [archaic] [write or study throughout the night] die Nacht durcharbeiten [schreiben oder studieren]
to luffluven
to luffanluven
to lug [coll.]zerren
to lug a heavy case around [coll.]sich [Akk.] mit einem schweren Koffer abschleppen [ugs.]
to lug sb./sth. round / around [coll.] jdn./etw. (mit sich [Dat.]) herumschleppen [ugs.] [überallhin mit sich tragen]
to lug sb./sth. round / around [coll.] jdn./etw. (mit sich [Dat.]) umherschleppen [ugs.] [herumschleppen] [überallhin mit sich tragen]
to lug sth. [coll.]etw. [Akk.] schleppen
to luge rodeln
to lull einlullen [ugs.]
to lullberuhigen
to lullbeschwichtigen
to lull einschläfern
to lull begöschen [plattd. für: beruhigen, besänftigen, beschwichtigen]
to lull [to sleep] lullen
to lull sb. into a (false) sense of security jdn. in (falscher) Sicherheit wiegen
to lull sb. to sleep jdn. einschläfern
to lull sb. to sleep jdn. in den Schlaf wiegen
to lumber rumpeln
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