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to pee on sb.'s parade [coll.] [idiom]jds. Pläne durchkreuzen
to pee on sb.'s parade [coll.] [idiom] jdm. die Tour vermasseln [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to pee on sb.'s parade [coll.] [idiom]jdm. in die Suppe spucken [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to pee on sth. [coll.] etw. bepinkeln [ugs.]
to pee one's pants [sl.]sich [Dat.] in die Hosen machen [ugs.]
to pee oneself [coll.] sich [Dat.] in die Hose machen [ugs.]
to pee oneself [coll.] sich [Dat.] in die Hosen machen [ugs.] [einnässen]
to pee sitting down [coll.] im Sitzen pinkeln
to pee standing up [coll.] im Stehen pinkeln [ugs.]
to peek gucken [ugs.]
to peek nachsehen [Speicher]
to peek nachsehen
to peekspähen
to peek linsen [ugs.]
to peekschmulen [ugs.] [nordd.]
to peekkucken [nordd.]
to peeklugen
to peek spitzen [regional] [vorsichtig schauen, lugen]
to peek luchsen [ugs.] [angespannt, aufmerksam spähend schauen]
to peek at sb./sth.zu jdm./etw. hingucken
to peek at sb./sth. [to glance] zu jdm./etw. (kurz) verstohlen hinschauen
to peek out hervorgucken
to peek outhervorschauen
to peek out hervorlugen [regional] [poet.]
to peek out hervorblicken
to peek out [from a hiding place]die Nase hinausstecken
to peel schälen
to peel enthäuten [Frucht]
to peel pellen [bes. nordd.]
to peelschilfern [regional] [schälen]
to peel auspellen [regional] [schälen]
to peel [e.g. skin from sunburn] sich [Akk.] pellen [bes. nordd.]
to peel [to be peeling, e.g. wallpaper, bark etc.]sich lösen [Tapete, Borke etc.]
to peel away abziehen [ablösen]
to peel offabziehen [schälen, auch ablösen]
to peel off sich schälen
to peel off [coll.] [aircraft] [peel away] abdrehen [Luftfahrzeug]
to peel off [fig.] [to leave a formation or group] ausscheren [eine Formation oder Gruppe verlassen]
to peel off [paint, etc.]sich ablösen [Lack usw.]
to peel off sth. [remove bit by bit]etw. abpulen [ugs.] [regional]
to peel (off) [paint, plaster] abblättern [Farbe, Putz]
to peel one's clothes off (in front of sb.) sich (vor jdm.) entblättern [ugs.] [sich ausziehen]
to peel out [coll.] [driving] [mit quietschenden Reifen anfahren]
to peel potatoes Kartoffeln schälen
to peel sth. [onions, tomatoes etc.] etw. [Akk.] häuten [Zwiebeln, Tomaten etc.]
to peel sth. away etw. ablösen [entfernen]
to peel sth. back from sth.etw. von etw. abziehen
to peel the wrapping from sth. die Verpackung von etw. [Dat.] abmachen [ugs.] [entfernen]
to peen [scythe]dengeln [Sense]
to peen sth. over etw. verstemmen
to peenge [Scot.] jammern
to peepheimlich gucken [ugs.]
to peep piepsen
to peepgucken [ugs.]
to peep piepen
to peep lugen
to peep linsen [ugs.]
to peep(heimlich) spähen
to peep [squeak] quieken
to peep [voyeuristic] spannen [ugs.] [als Voyeur]
to peep inhineinschauen
to peep into sth. [take a short look into] einen Blick in etw. [Akk.] werfen
to peep out hervorgucken [ugs.]
to peep out [peek] hervorlugen [regional] [sonst poet.]
to peep throughhindurchgucken
to peep through durchgucken [ugs.]
to peer schielen [nach jdm./etw.]
to peergucken [ugs.]
to peerprüfend blicken
to peeräugen
to peer angestrengt schauen
to peerspähen
to peer spechten [südd.] [ugs.] [spähen]
to peerspechteln [österr.] [ugs.] [spähen]
to peer glotzen [ugs.]
to peerlugen [geh.] [veraltend] [noch regional] [bes. nordd.] [aufmerksam, spähend blicken]
to peersperbern [schweiz.] [spähen]
to peer [into distance]starren [in die Ferne]
to peer at sth. sich [Dat.] etw. genau ansehen
to peer furtively lunzen [hess.] [vorsichtig spähen, lugen]
to peer furtively at sb./sth. nach jdm./etw. illern [regional] [verstohlen gucken]
to peer hard at sb./sth. auf jdn./etw. schielen
to peer hard at sb./sth.jdn./etw. anstarren
to peer out from behind sth. hinter etw. [Dat.] hervorluchsen [ugs.]
to peer pressure Gruppendruck ausüben
to peer through the fog versuchen, etwas im Nebel zu erkennen
to peeve [coll.] reizen
to peeve [coll.]fuchsen [ugs.]
to peeve [coll.] nerven [ugs.]
to peeve sb.jdn. ärgern
to peeve sb. [coll.] jdn. feigeln [bayer.] [österr.] [regional] [ärgern, nerven]
to peg auspflocken
to pegstützen
to peg dübeln [Holztechnik]
to peg a currency to the USDeine Währung an den USD binden
to peg a price einen Kurs fixieren
to peg a price einen Kurs stützen
to peg a priceeinen Preis festlegen
to peg a priceeinen Preis stützen
to peg away sich abrackern [ugs.]
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