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to pace off abschreiten [geh.]
to pace oneselfseinen Rhythmus finden / halten
to pace oneself seine Kräfte einteilen
to pace oneself mit seinen Kräften haushalten
to pace sth. [measure by walking]etw. mit Schritten ausmessen
to pace sth. out etw. abschreiten [messen]
to pace up and down auf und ab gehen
to pacifyberuhigen
to pacify beschwichtigen
to pacify ruhig stellen
to pacifybegütigen
to pacify pazifizieren
to pacify sb./sth. [bring peace to sb./sth.] jdn./etw. befrieden
to pack einpacken
to pack packen [Koffer]
to pack komprimieren
to pack verdichten
to pack verpacken
to pack zusammenpacken
to pack tamponieren
to pack [fish, meat in tin, etc] abpacken
to pack [valve]abdichten [Ventil]
to pack a job in [coll.] die Arbeit hinschmeißen [ugs.]
to pack a punch [coll.]es in sich haben [ugs.]
to pack a punch [coll.] [idiom] fest zuschlagen
to pack (away)packen [verstauen]
to pack (heat) [coll.] [eine Waffe verdeckt tragen]
to pack ineinpacken
to pack in [coll.] [to finish] Schluss machen
to pack in [coll.] [to quit] einpacken [ugs.] [aufgeben]
to pack in [coll.] [to quit] aufstecken [ugs.] [aufgeben]
to pack in boxes in Schachteln packen
to pack in one's job [coll.] [idiom] in den Sack hauen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to pack into hineinpacken
to pack it all in [coll.]alles hinschmeißen [ugs.]
to pack offsich davonmachen
to pack one's bagsseine Koffer packen
to pack one's bags [idiom] seine Siebensachen packen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to pack one's bags [idiom]die Koffer packen [Redewendung]
to pack one's suitcaseden Koffer packen
to pack outauspacken
to pack sb. in [coll.] [to separate from a lover] jdm. den Laufpass geben [ugs.] [sich von jdm. trennen]
to pack sth. [Am.] [carry] etw. tragen [bei sich tragen, Waffe etc.]
to pack sth. [Am.] [coll.] [carry gun, lunch] etw. [Akk.] dabeihaben [Waffe, Mittagessen]
to pack sth. [crowd a room with people] etw. [Akk.] füllen [einen Raum dicht besetzen]
to pack sth. away [put away, store away] etw. [Akk.] wegpacken
to pack sth. full etw. voll packen [alt]
to pack sth. full etw. vollpacken
to pack sth. off etw. wegschicken
to pack togetherzusammenpacken
to pack together zusammenpferchen [fig.]
to pack upverpacken
to pack up [Br.] [coll.] [machine, car, etc.]den / seinen Geist aufgeben [ugs.] [Redewendung] [nicht mehr funktionieren]
to pack up [Br.] [coll.] [machine, car, etc.] abkacken [vulg.]
to pack up [Br.] [coll.] [of a machine] kaputtgehen [ugs.]
to pack up [Br.] [coll.] [break down]hopsgehen [ugs.] [unbrauchbar werden]
to pack up [esp. in order to leave a place for good]seine Sachen packen [ugs.] [bes. um für immer woanders hinzugehen]
to pack up and go home [coll.] [idiom] einpacken können [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to pack up one's belongings sein / das Ränzel schnüren [literarisch]
to pack up (one's things) (seine Sachen) einpacken
to pack up (sth.)(etw. [Akk.]) zusammenpacken
to package sb./sth. jdn./etw. präsentieren
to package sth. [bunch, combine] etw. bündeln
to package sth. [goods] etw. in Packungen / Pakete verpacken
to package sth. [in portions etc.] etw. abpacken
to package sth. [pack]etw. zusammenpacken
to package sth. in cellophane [also: Cellophane®]etw. [Akk.] zellophanieren
to packetpaketieren
to packetizepaketieren
to packetize zusammenfügen
to pacotize [process, which mixes and purees deep frozen food stuff directly in its frozen state] pacossieren [Tiefgefrorenes ohne Auftauen mit dem Pacojet ® pürieren]
to padauffüllen
to padausstopfen
to pad auspolstern
to pad mit Zeichen auffüllen
to pad tappen
to padtapsen [ugs.]
to padtrotten
to pad plüschen
to pad alongentlangtrotten
to pad outauspolstern
to pad sth. etw. füllen [Polster etc.]
to pad sth. out [e.g. a speech] etw. aufblähen [leicht pej.] [z. B. eine Rede]
to paddle rudern [paddeln]
to paddle [also with feet]paddeln [auch mit Füßen]
to paddle [dabble in water] planschen
to paddle [waddle]watscheln
to paddle sb. [Am.] [coll.] jdm. den Hintern versohlen [ugs.]
to paddle sb. [Am.] [coll.] jdn. versohlen [ugs.]
to paddle sb. [esp. Am.] [coll.]jdn. verhauen [ugs.]
to paddle sth. [e.g. the length of a river] (sich [Dat.]) etw. [Akk.] erpaddeln [ugs.]
to padlock sth.etw. [mit einem Vorhängeschloss] verschließen
to paganizepaganisieren
to page anpiepsen [ugs.]
to page seitenweise überlagern
to page down vorwärts blättern [alt]
to page down vorwärtsblättern
to page sb.jdn. ausrufen
to page sb. jdn. anpiepen [ugs.]
to page through durchblättern [Zeitschrift, Buch]
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