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EnglishGerman
to pinken leicht erröten [ein wenig rot werden]
to pinnacle krönen [mit einem Turm]
to pinpoint [locate] lokalisieren
to pinpoint [locate] präzise anzeigen
to pinpoint sth. etw. genau feststellen
to pinpoint sth.etw. genau bestimmen
to pinpoint sth.etw. genau festlegen
to pinwheel kreiseln [um die eigene Achse drehen]
to pioneer Pionierarbeit leisten
to pioneerbahnen
to pioneer sth. etw. [Dat.] den Weg bereiten
to pip sb. [Br.] [coll.]jdn. abknallen
to pip sb. [Br.] [sl.] jdn. (knapp) besiegen
to pip sb. at the post [Br.] [fig.]jdn. um Haaresbreite schlagen
to pip sb. at the post [Br.] [fig.] jdm. um Haaresbreite zuvorkommen
to pip sb. to the post [Br.] [fig.]jdn. um Haaresbreite schlagen
to pip sb. to the post [Br.] [fig.] jdm. um Haaresbreite zuvorkommen
to pip sb. to the post [Br.] [sl.]jdn. auf den letzten Metern (noch) schlagen
to pipepfeifen
to pipe flöten [auch ugs.: mit hoher Stimme sprechen]
to pipe piepen [Vogel etc.]
to pipe piepsen [Vogel etc.]
to pipe piepsend sprechen
to pipe [flute, recorder]Flöte spielen
to pipe [sew in piping] paspelieren
to pipe sb. aboard jdn. mit Pfeifensignal an Bord begrüßen
to pipe sth. etw. in einem Rohr leiten
to pipe sth. etw. durch ein Rohr leiten
to pipe sth. [decorate food using a piping syringe ]etw. spritzen [Garnierung von Speisen mittels Garnierspritze o.ä.]
to pipe the side Seite pfeifen
to pipe up [begin to speak] sich zu Wort melden
to pipe up [coll.] [begin to speak]den Mund aufmachen [ugs.] [zu sprechen beginnen]
to pipelineüber eine Leitung leiten
to pipetpipettieren
to pipette pipettieren
to pique reizen
to piquekränken
to pique verletzen [kränken]
to pique oneself on / upon sth. [archaic] sich [Dat.] viel auf etw. einbilden
to pique sb.jdn. froissieren [veraltet] [kränken]
to pique sb. [offend] jdn. verschnupfen [ugs. für: verärgern, pikieren]
to pique sb.'s curiosity jds. Neugier reizen
to pique sb.'s interestjds. Interesse wecken
to pirate [dated] [to commit piracy at sea]auf See überfallen
to pirate sth. [reproduce without authorization] etw. raubkopieren
to piroot (around) [Am.] [coll.]herumschlendern
to pirouette pirouettieren
to pirouette [ ballet ] eine Pirouette drehen
to pish [Scot.] [vulg.] [urinate]pinkeln [ugs.]
to piss [vulg.]Pipi machen [ugs.]
to piss [vulg.] pinkeln [ugs.]
to piss [vulg.] pissen [vulg.]
to piss [vulg.] brunzen [österr.] [südd.] [schweiz.] [derb] [urinieren]
to piss [vulg.] seichen [regional] [derb] [urinieren]
to piss / shit one's pants [vulg.] sich [Dat.] in die Hosen machen [ugs.]
to piss and moan about sb./sth. [coll.] [vulg.] über jdn./etw. lamentieren
to piss down [Br.] [coll.] [rain] pissen [ugs.] [regnen]
to piss down [Br.] [vulg.] [to rain] schütten [ugs.]
to piss down [Br.] [vulg.] [to rain] bieseln [ugs.] [bayer. für: heftig regnen]
to piss off [Br.] [vulg.]sich verpissen [vulg.]
to piss off [vulg.] abhauen [ugs.]
to piss off early (from work) [vulg.] früher Feierabend machen
to piss on [vulg.] anpissen [vulg.]
to piss on sb.'s parade [vulg.] [coll.]jds. Pläne durchkreuzen
to piss on sb.'s parade [vulg.] [coll.] [idiom]jdm. in die Suppe spucken [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to piss on sb.'s parade [vulg.] [idiom]jdm. in die Parade fahren [Redewendung]
to piss on sb.'s parade [vulg.] [idiom]jdm. die Tour vermasseln [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to piss one's money up the wall [vulg.] sein Geld versaufen [ugs.]
to piss one's pants [vulg.]Schiss haben [ugs.]
to piss oneself (laughing) [vulg.] sich bepissen vor Lachen [derb]
to piss sb. off [vulg.] jdn. verärgern
to piss sb. off [vulg.] jdn. wütend machen
to piss sb. off [vulg.] jdn. anpissen [derb] [verärgern]
to piss sb. off [vulg.]jdm. ans Bein pissen [vulg.] [Idiom]
to piss sb. off [vulg.] [fig.]jdm. auf den Sack gehen [vulg.] [Redewendung]
to piss sb. off [vulg.] [anger]jdn. erzürnen
to piss sth. away [vulg.] [money, fortune]etw. sinnlos verprassen
to piss when you can't whistle [Br.] [coll.] [archaic] am Strick enden [erhängt werden]
to piss-arse around [Br.] [vulg.]Zeit vertrödeln
to pistol [dated]mit einer Pistole schießen
to pistol-whip sb. [Am.]jdm. mit einer Pistole ein paar überziehen [ugs.]
to pitanfressen [z. B. Rost]
to pit angreifen [z. B. Rost]
to pit [Am.]entsteinen [Frucht]
to pit [Am.] einen Boxenstopp machen
to pit [stone-fruit] entkernen [Steinobst]
to pit (against) ausspielen (gegen)
to pit on sth. [Am.]auf etw. setzen
to pit one's strength against sb./sth. seine Kraft an jdm./etw. messen
to pit one's wits against sb./sth. seinen Verstand an jdm./ etw. messen
to pit oneself against sb. den Kampf gegen jdn. aufnehmen
to pit oneself against sb./sth. sich mit jdm./etw. messen
to pit oneself against sb./sth. jdm./etw. Paroli bieten [geh.] [Redewendung] [Widerstand leisten]
to pit sb./sth. against sb./sth.jdn./etw. gegen jdn./etw. kämpfen lassen
to pit sth. [Am.] [Can.]etw. aussteinen [Steinobst]
to pit sth. against sth. etw. an etw. [Dat.] messen
to pit sth. out [coll.] [soak the armpits of a shirt with sweat] etw. unter den Armen durchschwitzen [z. B. Hemd]
to pitch errichten
to pitchfestsetzen
to pitch abstecken
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