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to patch Fehler beheben
to patch a tyre [Br.]einen Reifen flicken
to patch sb. through to sb. [telephone]jdn. mit jdm. verbinden [Telefon]
to patch sb. through to sb. [telephone] jdn. zu jdm. durchstellen [Telefon]
to patch sb. up [coll.] jdn. verarzten [ugs.]
to patch sb./sth. up [coll.] [treat someone's injuries / repair sth.]jdn./etw. zusammenflicken [ugs.] [oft pej.]
to patch sth.etw. zusammenstecken
to patch sth. [cement] [also fig.]etw. kitten [auch fig.]
to patch sth. [integrate]etw. einsetzen
to patch sth. [mend, repair]etw. flicken
to patch sth. [mend, strengthen] etw. ausbessern
to patch sth. [mend] etw. ausflicken [ugs.]
to patch sth. [repair in a makeshift way] etw. notdürftig reparieren
to patch sth. [repair] etw. reparieren [ausbessern]
to patch sth. again etw. [Akk.] noch einmal flicken [nachflicken]
to patch sth. together [quickly, without care]etw. zusammenschustern [ugs.]
to patch sth. up [coll.] [repair] etw. [Akk.] flicken [ugs.] [reparieren]
to patch things up eine Scharte auswetzen [fig.]
to patch things up [fig.]sich zusammenraufen [fig.]
to patch together [randomly] [fig.] bunt zusammenwürfeln
to patch up ausflicken
to patch up [a relationship]sich aussöhnen
to patch up [add pieces] stückeln
to patch up [coll.] [a person etc.]verarzten [ugs.]
to patch up [quarrel] beilegen
to patch up a friendship eine Freundschaft wieder zusammenflicken
to patch (up) sth. etw. stoppeln [ugs.] [zusammenstückeln]
to patentpatentieren
to patent in air [steel] luftpatentieren
to patent sth. etw. patentieren lassen
to path-connectPfade verbinden
to pathologize sb./sth.jdn./etw. pathologisieren
to patinate patinieren
to patrol patrouillieren
to patrolauf Streife gehen
to patrol Wache gehen [patrouillieren]
to patroldie Runde / Runden machen [ugs.] [Wache gehen, Streife fahren / laufen usw.]
to patrol sth. etw. bestreifen
to patronise [Br.] beschützen
to patronise [Br.] bevormunden
to patronise [Br.]fördern
to patronise sb. [Br.] jdn. gönnerhaft / herablassend behandeln
to patronise sb. [Br.] [protect] jdn. beschirmen [geh.] [beschützen]
to patronizebeschützen
to patronizeKundschaft sein
to patronizeStammkunde sein
to patronize patronisieren [veraltet für: beschützen, begünstigen]
to patronize [protect] beschirmen [geh.] [beschützen]
to patronize a shopin einem Laden Stammkunde sein
to patronize sb.jdn. gönnerhaft / herablassend behandeln
to patronize sb. [treat condescendingly]jdn. von oben herab behandeln
to patronize sb. [treat condesceningly] jdn. bevormunden
to patronize sb./sth. [act as a patron] jdn./etw. unterstützen
to patronize sb./sth. [act as patron or sponsor] jdn./etw. fördern
to patronize sth. [pub, cinema] etw. [Akk.] besuchen [Kneipe, Kino]
to patter prasseln [Regen]
to patterpladdern [nordd.] [heftig regnen]
to patterplatschend herabfallen lassen [ugs.]
to patter [gossip, babble] schwatzen
to patter [gossip] klatschen [ugs.] [schwatzen]
to patter [jargonize]einen Jargon sprechen
to patter [mutter, babble]murmeln
to patter [of feet] trippeln [Füße]
to patter [of feet] trappeln [Füße]
to patter [of water]plätschern
to patter [rain etc.]platschen [Regen] [ugs.]
to patter [rant, twaddle] unverständliches Zeug reden [ugs.]
to patter [rattle on]plappern [ugs.] [viel und gerne reden]
to patter [rattle on]mechanisch plappern [ugs.]
to patter [speak double Dutch] eine unverständliche Sprache sprechen
to patter [the speech of a salesman or comedian]Sprüche klopfen
to patter sth. [quickly, mechanically]etw. herunterleiern
to patter sth. [rattle out, speak quickly] etw. runterleiern [ugs.]
to patterngestalten
to patternmustern
to pattern oneself on sb.sich [Dat.] jdn. zum Vorbild nehmen
to pattern sth. [model]etw. bilden [gestalten, nachbilden]
to pattern sth. [put patterns on sth.] etw. mit einem Muster versehen
to pattern-bomb mit einem Bombenteppich belegen
to paunch ausweiden [Tier]
to pauperise [Br.]armmachen
to pauperise sb. [Br.] jdn. arm machen
to pauperise sb. [Br.] jdn. zum Bettler machen
to pauperizeverelenden
to pauperizearmmachen
to pauperize pauperisieren
to pauperize sb.jdn. arm machen
to pauperize sb.jdn. zum Bettler machen
to pausepausieren
to pause verweilen
to pauseanhalten [innehalten]
to pause innehalten
to pause eine Pause machen
to pause stehenbleiben
to pausevorübergehend unterbrechen
to pause warten
to pausestehen bleiben
to pausestocken
to pauseverharren [plötzlich, kurz]
to pause einhalten [geh.] [innehalten]
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