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EnglishGerman
to pass the ball to sb.jdn. anspielen [Ballsport]
to pass the ball to sb.jdn. ankicken [ugs.] [anspielen im Fußball]
to pass the ball to the center [football] zentern [österr.] [veraltet]
to pass the baton die Verantwortung übergeben
to pass the baton die Pflicht übergeben
to pass the baton on to sb.jdm. den Staffelstab übergeben
to pass the buck [idiom] den Schwarzen Peter weitergeben [Redewendung]
to pass the buck [idiom] den Schwarzen Peter weiterreichen [Redewendung]
to pass the buck for sth. [idiom] die Verantwortung für etw. [Akk.] abschieben [Redewendung]
to pass the buck to sb. [idiom]jdm. den schwarzen Peter zuschieben / zuspielen [Redewendung]
to pass the customs durch den Zoll gehen
to pass the final exam / examination die Abschlussprüfung bestehen
to pass the hat round den Hut herumreichen
to pass the MOT [Br.] durch den TÜV kommen
to pass the point facing die Weiche spitz befahren
to pass the point trailing die Weiche stumpf befahren
to pass the puck den Puck passen
to pass the risk on to sb.das Risiko auf jdn. abwälzen
to pass the time die Zeit verbringen
to pass the time (die) Zeit rumkriegen [ugs.]
to pass the timedie Zeit herumbringen [ugs.]
to pass the time [idiom] sich [Dat.] die Zeit vertreiben [Redewendung]
to pass the time away pausieren
to pass the torch to sb. jdm. den Stab übergeben
to pass through durchfahren
to pass through durchgehen [durch Raum, Reihe etc.]
to pass throughdurchlaufen
to pass throughdurchreisen
to pass through durchgeben
to pass through [e.g. customs] passieren [z. B. den Zoll]
to pass through [route, road, etc.] verlaufen durch
to pass through a lock schleusen
to pass through an experienceetwas durchmachen [ugs.] [durchleben, durchstehen]
to pass through an experienceetw. durchstehen
to pass through customs den Zoll passieren
to pass through customs control die Zollkontrolle passieren
to pass through in transit im Transit durchfahren
to pass through sth.sich durch etw. bewegen [bes. tech.: von Gasen, Flüssigkeiten etc.]
to pass through sth. [of a road, etc.] durch etw. [Akk.] hindurchführen
to pass through sth. [river] durch etw. [Akk.] fließen
to pass through sth. [undergo, experience]etw. durchmachen [ugs.] [durchleben, erdulden]
to pass (through) durchleiten
to pass (through)laufen (durch) [verlaufen, sich ausbreiten: Linie, Weg, Schall, Strahl etc.]
to pass time Zeit verbringen
to pass time Zeit vertreiben
to pass to [region, town etc.] fallen an
to pass to account verrechnen
to pass under sth. [of a road, etc.] unter etw. [Dat.] hindurchführen
to pass undetected [of persons only, such as criminals] unbehelligt bleiben [nicht entdeckt werden]
to pass unheeded unbeachtet bleiben
to pass unnoticeddurchrutschen
to pass unnoticed unbemerkt bleiben
to pass up [a chance] vorübergehen lassen
to pass up [an offer]ausschlagen
to pass up a golden opportunity sich eine einmalige Chance entgehen lassen
to pass urine Harn lassen
to pass using the hand hinreichen
to pass water Wasser lassen
to pass water (sein) Wasser abschlagen [veralt.] [ugs.]
to pass waterurinieren
to pass wind furzen [ugs., derb]
to pass windpupsen [ugs.]
to pass wind pupen [ugs.]
to pass windAftersausen haben [ugs.] [derb] [Abgang von Blähungen]
to pass with distinction [exam, test etc.] hervorragend abschneiden
to pass with flying colors [Am.] [fig.]mit Bravour bestehen
to pass with flying colours [Br.] mit Bravour bestehen
to pass word to sb. jdn. benachrichtigen
to passenger [member of an aircraft crew] als Passagier fliegen [Mitglied einer Flugzeugbesatzung]
to passivate abschalten
to passivatepassivieren
to passivate sth.etw. durch Oberflächenbehandlung schützen
to paste einfügen
to paste kleben
to paste kleistern
to paste leimen
to paste on aufkleben [mit Kleister]
to paste over überkleben
to paste someone one [Br.] [coll.]jdm. eine reinhauen [ugs.]
to paste sth.etw. [Akk.] einsetzen [einfügen]
to paste sth. (into sth.) etw. [Akk.] (in etw. [Akk.]) einkleben
to paste sth. upon / on sth. etw. auf etw. aufpappen [österr.] [sonst regional] [aufkleben, Zettel etc.]
to paste up zukleben
to pastelpastellieren
to pasteurise [Br.] keimfrei machen
to pasteurise [Br.] pasteurisieren
to pasteurizekeimfrei machen
to pasteurize pasteurisieren
to pasture weiden
to pasture grasen
to pastureweiden lassen
to pat tätscheln
to pat down one's pocketsseine Taschen abklopfen
to pat sb. down [security check]jdn. abtasten [Sicherheitsüberprüfung]
to pat sb. on the back jdm. auf die Schulter klopfen
to pat sb. on the head jdm. den Kopf tätscheln
to pat sth. etw. betätscheln
to pat sth. [strike gently] leicht auf etw. klopfen
to pat sth. dryetw. trocken tupfen [auch: trockentupfen]
to patchpatchen
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