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EnglishGerman
to nestle es sich [Dat.] gemütlich machen [sich (an etw./ jdn.) anschmiegen, sich behaglich (in einem Sessel etc.) niederlassen]
to nestle sich anschmiegen
to nestle against sb.sich an jdn. kuscheln
to nestle up to sb.sich an jdn. schmiegen
to net netto abwerfen
to netnetto einbringen
to net [fishing etc.]mit dem Netz fangen
to net [football]einnetzen
to net [needlework]netzen
to net outsaldieren
to net sth. [earn as clear profit]etw. [Akk.] netto verdienen
to nettle [fig.] ärgern
to nettle [fig.]reizen
to nettle [fig.]fuchsen [ugs.]
to nettle oneself [not fig.] sich an einer Nessel stechen
to nettle sb. jdn. aufbringen [reizen, ärgern]
to nettle sb. [fig.] jdn. wurmen [ugs.]
to networknetzwerken [ugs.]
to network [interact socially (people, organizations)] sich (untereinander / miteinander) vernetzen [Personen, Organisationen]
to network sb./sth. jdn./etw. vernetzen
to neuter kastrieren
to neutersterilisieren
to neuter [fig. for: to weaken]neutralisieren
to neutralise [Br.]ausschalten
to neutralise [Br.] neutralisieren
to neutralise [fig.] [Br.] aufheben [ausgleichen]
to neutralise an opponent [Br.]einen Gegenspieler abmelden [Sportjargon] [weit besser spielen, neutralisieren]
to neutralise an opponent [Br.] einen Gegenspieler aus dem Spiel nehmen [Sportjargon] [neutralisieren, nicht zum Zuge kommen lassen]
to neutralise sb. [Br.]jdn. kaltstellen [Redewendung] [neutralisieren]
to neutralise sth. [Br.] [the force of an argument]etw. [Dat.] die Spitze nehmen [Redewendung]
to neutralize neutralisieren
to neutralize sich gegenseitig aufheben
to neutralize [fig.] aufheben [ausgleichen]
to neutralize sb.jdn. kaltstellen [ugs.]
to neutralize sth. [render ineffective] etw. ausschalten [i. S. v. neutralisieren, unschädlich machen]
to neutralize sth. [the force of an argument]etw. [Dat.] die Spitze nehmen [Redewendung]
to never fade completely nie ganz verblassen
to never forget sth. [out of gratitude] jdm. etw. nicht / nie vergessen
to never get a chance nicht zum Zug kommen [Redewendung]
to never happenausbleiben
to never hear the last of sth. [idiom] etw. [Akk.] noch lange zu hören kriegen / bekommen
to never keep one's opinions to oneself nie mit seiner Meinung hinter dem Berg halten [fig.]
to never let yourself get to thinking like them [coll.]sich nicht dazu kriegen lassen, so zu denken wie die [ugs.]
to never tire of doing sth. sich [Dat.] gar nicht genugtun können, etw. zu tun [veraltend]
to never tire of looking at sth. sich an etw. [Dat.] (gar) nicht sattsehen können
to never view sth. in the same way again etw. niemals mehr so sehen wie bisher
to new-model sth. [rare] etw. [Akk.] ummodeln [ugs.]
to nib [a pen, a quill]spitzen [eine Feder]
to nibble knabbern
to nibble nagen
to nibble mümmeln [regional] [ugs.]
to nibble anknabbern [Tier]
to nibble schnabulieren [ugs.]
to nibble knappern [regional] [knabbern]
to nibble knuppern [regional] [knabbern]
to nibble fieseln [österr.] [südd.] [nagen]
to nibble at / on sth. an etw. [Dat.] knabbern
to nibble at sth. [mouse, rat] etw. anfressen [Maus, Ratte]
to nibble off abnagen
to nibble sth. etw. naschen
to nibble sth. [coll.] [esp. sweets] etw. schnucken [bes. nordhess.] [naschen, knabbern]
to nibble sth. offetw. abknabbern
to nibble sth. offetw. abfieseln [südd.] [österr.] [ugs.] [abnagen]
to nickeinschneiden
to nickeinkerben
to nick kerben
to nick (off) [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.] abhauen [ugs.]
to nick out auszacken
to nick out for sth. [esp. a smoke] [esp. Aus.] [coll.] zu etw. kurz rausgehen [ugs.]
to nick sb. [Br.] [coll.] jdn. einsperren
to nick sb. [Br.] [coll.] [lock up]jdn. einbuchten [ugs.]
to nick sb. [Br.] [coll.] [lock up]jdn. einlochen [ugs.]
to nick sb. [Br.] [coll.] [to arrest and charge sb.]jdn. kassieren [ugs.]
to nick sth. [Br.] [coll.] [also hum.] [to steal sth.] etw. [Akk.] stibitzen [ugs.] [auch hum.] [etw. stehlen]
to nick sth. [Br.] [coll.] [steal]etw. stehlen
to nick sth. [Br.] [coll.] [steal]etw. klauen [ugs.]
to nick sth. [Br.] [coll.] [to steal]etw. abstauben [ugs.] [stehlen]
to nick sth. [coll.] [esp. Br.] [steal]etw. mitgehen lassen [ugs.] [stehlen]
to nickel and dime sb. [Am.] [coll.] jdm. das Geld aus der Tasche ziehen [ugs.] [viele kleine Beträge berechnen]
to nickel and dime sth. to death etw. zu Tode sparen [Projekt]
to nickel plate vernickeln
to nickel sth. [to coat sth. with nickel] etw. [Akk.] vernickeln [etw. mit Nickel überziehen]
to nicker leise wiehern
to nickname sb. jdm. einen Spitznamen geben
to nickname sb. [call by a nickname]jdn. mit Spitznamen nennen
to nickname sb. [call by a nickname]jdn. bei seinem Spitznamen nennen
to nictitate kurz die Augen schließen
to niddle-noddlehin- und herschwanken
to niff [Br.] [coll.] miefen [ugs.]
to niffle [Br.] [regional] [to waste time] Zeit vergeuden
to niggle trödeln
to niggle kritteln
to niggle [e.g. pain]quälen
to niggle [pej.] nörgeln [pej.] [kleinlich kritisch sein]
to niggle [worry] plagen
to niggle [worry] zu schaffen machen
to nill [archaic] nicht wollen
to nip zwicken
to nip nippen
to nip [esp. Br.] [coll.] flitzen [ugs.]
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