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to pass windAftersausen haben [ugs.] [derb] [Abgang von Blähungen]
to pass with distinction [exam, test etc.] hervorragend abschneiden
to pass with flying colors [Am.] [idiom]mit Bravour bestehen
to pass with flying colours [Br.] [idiom]mit Bravour bestehen
to pass word to sb. jdn. benachrichtigen
to passenger [member of an aircraft crew]als Passagier fliegen [Mitglied einer Flugzeugbesatzung]
to passivateabschalten
to passivate passivieren
to passivate sth. etw. durch Oberflächenbehandlung schützen
to paste einfügen
to paste kleben
to pastekleistern
to pasteleimen
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 pastel pastellieren
to pasteurise [Br.]keimfrei machen
to pasteurise [Br.]pasteurisieren
to pasteurize keimfrei machen
to pasteurize pasteurisieren
to pastoralize sth. [deindustrialize]etw. [Akk.] deindustrialisieren
to pastoralize sth. [ruralize] etw. [Akk.] ländlich machen
to pasture weiden
to pasture grasen
to pasture weiden lassen
to pattätscheln
to pat down one's pockets seine 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 headjdm. 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 patch patchen
to patchFehler 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 upeine Scharte auswetzen [fig.]
to patch things up [coll.] [idiom] sich zusammenraufen [ugs.]
to patch together [randomly] [fig.] bunt zusammenwürfeln
to patch upausflicken
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 friendshipeine Freundschaft wieder zusammenflicken
to patch (up) sth. etw. stoppeln [ugs.] [zusammenstückeln]
to patent patentieren
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 auf Streife gehen
to patrol Wache gehen [patrouillieren]
to patroldie Runde / Runden machen [ugs.] [Wache gehen, Streife fahren / laufen usw.]
to patrol sth. etw. [Akk.] patrouillieren
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 patronize beschützen
to patronizeKundschaft sein
to patronizeStammkunde sein
to patronizepatronisieren [veraltet für: beschützen, begünstigen]
to patronize [protect] beschirmen [geh.] [beschützen]
to patronize a shop in 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 patter platschend herabfallen lassen [ugs.]
to patter [gossip, babble] schwatzen
to patter [gossip] klatschen [ugs.] [schwatzen]
to patter [jargonize] einen Jargon sprechen
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