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to lower the boom on sb./sth. [coll.] [idiom] jdm./etw. Einhalt gebieten [Redewendung]
to lower the chair den Stuhl ablassen
to lower the coffin into the ground den Sarg in die Erde senken
to lower the discount rate den 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 tariffsdie Zölle erniedrigen
to lower the (venetian) blinds die Jalousien herablassen
to lowercase sth.etw. [Akk.] kleinschreiben
to lube [coll.] [lubricate] schmieren
to lube [coll.] [lubricate]ölen
to lube sth. [coll.] [lubricate] etw. abschmieren
to lubricate schmieren
to lubricate ölen
to lubricate einschmieren
to lubricateabschmieren
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 luff luven
to luff anluven
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 lull beruhigen
to lullbeschwichtigen
to lull einschläfern
to lullbegöschen [plattd. für: beruhigen, besänftigen, beschwichtigen]
to lull [to sleep]lullen
to lull sb. into a (false) sense of security [idiom] jdn. in (falscher) Sicherheit wiegen [Redewendung]
to lull sb. to sleep jdn. einschläfern
to lull sb. to sleep jdn. in den Schlaf wiegen
to lumber rumpeln
to lumber trampeln
to lumber along [person]schwerfällig gehen
to lumber sb. with sth. [Br.] [coll.] [encumber]jdm. etw. aufhalsen [ugs.]
to lumber sb. with the work [coll.] die Arbeit auf jdn. wälzen [ugs.]
to lumber sth. [Am.] etw. abholzen
to lumber sth. [Am.] [hillside, forest] etw. schlägern [österr.] [abholzen]
to lumber toward sb./sth.schwerfällig auf jdn./etw. zukommen
to lumber up vollstopfen
to lumber (up) [a room, space] voll pfropfen [alt] [Raum]
to lumber (up) [a room, space] vollpfropfen [Raum]
to lumber (up) [clutter] überladen [fig.]
to lumber (up) sth. [a room, space] etw. voll stellen [alt] [Raum] [ugs.]
to lumber (up) sth. [a room, space] etw. vollstellen [Raum] [ugs.]
to luminesce lumineszieren
to luminesce [exhibit luminescence]nachleuchten [lumineszieren]
to lump Klumpen bilden
to lump A (in) with BA und B in einen Topf werfen [Redewendung]
to lump it [Br.] [coll.]es schlucken [ugs.] [etw. hinnehmen]
to lump it [coll.] sich [Akk.] (widerwillig) mit etw. [Dat.] abfinden
to lump together in einen Topf werfen
to lump together (alles) über einen Kamm scheren
to lump together zusammenlegen
to lump together zusammentun
to lump togetherzusammenwerfen
to lump together zusammenfassen
to lunch zu Mittag essen
to lunch zu Mittag speisen [geh.]
to lunch out auswärts (zu) Mittag essen
to lunch out im Restaurant (zu) Mittag essen
to lunch sb.jdn. zum Lunch / Mittagessen einladen
to lunge(sich) stürzen
to lungeausholen
to lunge longieren [Pferd]
to lungeeinen Sprung / Satz vorwärts machen
to lunge einen Satz machen [z. B. aufspringen]
to lunge at sb./sth. sich auf jdn./etw. stürzen
to lunge for sb./sth.sich auf jdn./etw. stürzen
to lunge out ausholen [zu einem Schlag]
to lunge outhervorspringen
to lunge out hervorstürzen
to lunge out plötzlich zuschlagen
to lunge out [of a horse, donkey, steer, ...] [with the forelegs] ausschlagen [Pferd, Esel, Rind, ...] [mit den Vorderläufen]
to lurch taumeln
to lurch torkeln
to lurch abouthin und her schlingern
to lurch to the floor auf den Boden rollen
to lure ködern
to lure locken
to lure customers Kunden fangen
to lure intoverlocken zu
to lure out (of) [person, animal]hervorlocken (aus)
to lure sb.jdn. anlocken
to lure sb. away [from another employer] jdn. abwerben
to lure sb. into a trap jdn. in eine Falle locken
to lure sb. into sth. jdn. in etw. [Akk.] locken
to lure sb. into sth. [away from observer] jdn. in etw. [Akk.] hineinlocken
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