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to plumb the depths of despair [idiom]die tiefste Verzweiflung erleben
to plumb the depths of the souldie Tiefen der Seele ausloten
to plume [e.g. smoke from a chimney, breath in the frosty air]Wolken bilden [z. B. Rauch, Atem in der kalten Luft]
to plume [preen] sich putzen
to plume (oneself) [dress] sich fein machen [Redewendung]
to plume (oneself) on sb./sth. [pride oneself]auf jdn./etw. stolz sein
to plummet absinken
to plummet abstürzen
to plummetherunterdonnern
to plummet stark zurückgehen
to plummetstürzen [abstürzen, auch Kurse etc.]
to plummet ungebremst fallen
to plummet [plane, bird] sacken
to plummet [plunge] donnern [ugs.] [hinunterdonnern, stürzen]
to plummet [prices] (stark) sinken
to plummet [prices] [stark] fallen [fig.]
to plumpprall machen
to plump prall werden
to plump downniederplumpsen
to plump for sth. [coll.]sich für etw. entscheiden
to plump out [person] (Gewicht) ansetzen
to plump upaufpolstern
to plump (up) sth. [a cushion, a pillow, etc.]etw. [Akk.] aufschütteln [ein Kissen, ein Kopfkissen etc.]
to plunderplündern
to plunder Beute machen
to plunderbrandschatzen
to plunder rauben
to plunder ausräubern
to plunder ausplündern
to plunder (sth.)(etw. [Akk.]) räubern
to plunge eintauchen
to plungetauchen
to plunge plötzlich fallen
to plungeuntertauchen
to plunge senken
to plunge versenken
to plunge herunterfallen
to plungeabtauchen
to plunge [descend abruptly]steil abfallen [Gelände, Straße etc.]
to plunge [fall, decrease dramatically] stürzen [plötzlich fallen, auch Kurse etc.]
to plunge [fall]fallen
to plunge [to thrust]stecken
to plunge a / the knife into sb.'s chest jdm. ein / das Messer in die Brust bohren
to plunge a country into warein Land in (den / einen) Krieg stürzen
to plunge downhinunterstürzen
to plunge in (at the deep end) [coll.] [idiom] ins kalte Wasser springen [fig.] [Redewendung]
to plunge into a room in einen Raum hineinstürzen
to plunge into activitiessich [Akk.] in Aktivitäten stürzen
to plunge into business sich ins Geschäft stürzen
to plunge into darknessin die Finsternis eintauchen
to plunge into debt sich in Schulden stürzen
to plunge into debts in Schulden fallen
to plunge into disaster ins Unglück taumeln
to plunge into ruinin den Ruin stürzen
to plunge into ruinin den Abgrund stürzen
to plunge into sth. abstürzen in etw. [Akk.]
to plunge into water ins Wasser eintauchen
to plunge into work sich in die Arbeit stürzen
to plunge oneself into debtssich in Schulden stürzen
to plunge sb./sth. into chaosjdn./etw. ins Chaos stürzen
to plunge (sb./sth.) into controversy einen Streit (über jdn./etw.) entfachen
to plunk [coll.] zupfen
to plunk [esp. Am.] [throw down, fall]knallen [hinknallen, werfen, fallen] [ugs.]
to plunk [keyboard or stringed instrument] [coll.] klimpern [ugs.]
to plunk down [Am.] [coll.] hinschmeißen [ugs.]
to plunk down into a chair sich in einen Sessel fallen lassen
to plunk into sth. [esp. Am.] in etw. [Akk.] hineinplumpsen [ugs.]
to plunk into sth. [esp. Am.]in etw. [Akk.] plumpsen [ugs.] [hineinplumpsen]
to plunk oneself down [Am.]sich fallen lassen [auf eine Bank etc.]
to plunk sth.etw. [Akk.] hinwerfen
to plunk sth. down etw. hinschmeißen [ugs.] [nicht fig.]
to pluralise [Br.] pluralisieren
to pluralize pluralisieren
to pluralizein die Mehrzahl setzen
to pluralizein den Plural setzen
to pluto [Am.] [coll.] degradieren
to pluto [Am.] [coll.] abwerten
to pluto [Am.] [coll.] zurückstufen
to ply ausüben [Gewerbe]
to plyhandhaben
to plyverzwirnen
to ply [to travel regularly over a route] [regelmäßig eine Route] befahren
to ply between fahren zwischen
to ply between [train, ferry, ship, bus](regelmäßig) verkehren zwischen
to ply between [train, ferry, ship, bus]pendeln zwischen
to ply one's art seine Kunst ausüben
to ply one's trade seinem Gewerbe nachgehen
to ply one's tradeseinem Tagesgeschäft / Tagewerk nachgehen
to ply one's trade seinem Geschäft nachgehen
to ply sb. with drink jdn. zum Trinken nötigen
to ply sb. with sth. [dishes, drinks]jdn. mit etw. [Dat.] traktieren [Gerichten, Getränken]
to ply sth. [tool, brush etc.]etw. fleißig führen [Werkzeug etc.]
to ply sth. [trade]etw. betreiben [Handwerk, Geschäft etc.]
to ply (the route) between [ferry, ship]kreuzen zwischen
to ply (with)bearbeiten (mit)
to PNG sb. jdn. zur Persona non grata erklären
to poachabwerben [z. B. Kunden]
to poachpochieren
to poach wildern
to poach wilddieben
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