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to pull the rabbit out of the hat das Kaninchen aus dem Hut zaubern
to pull the ripcord [idiom]die Reißleine ziehen [Redewendung]
to pull the rug out from under sb.'s feet [idiom] jdm. den Boden unter den Füßen wegziehen [Redewendung]
to pull the rug (out) from under sb. [idiom] jdm. den Boden unter den Füßen wegziehen [Redewendung]
to pull the sand out from under sb.'s feet [water, waves, etc.] den Sand unter jds. Füssen wegspülen
to pull the strings [coll.] [idiom] die Strippen ziehen [ugs.] [fig.] [Redewendung]
to pull the strings [idiom] die Drähte ziehen [fig.] [seltener für: die Fäden ziehen] [Redewendung]
to pull the strings [idiom] die Fäden ziehen [fig.] [Redewendung]
to pull the strings behind the scenes [also idiom] hinter den Kulissen die Fäden ziehen [auch Redewendung]
to pull the triggerden Abzug betätigen [schießen]
to pull the triggerabdrücken
to pull the trigger all the way den Abzug voll durchziehen
to pull the wires die Drähte ziehen
to pull the wool over sb.'s eyes [coll.]jdn. hinters Licht führen [ugs.]
to pull the wool over sb.'s eyes [idiom]jdm. blauen Dunst vormachen [Redewendung]
to pull through durchziehen
to pull through [make ends meet] über die Runden kommen
to pull through [survive illness / injury] durchkommen [ugs.] [überleben]
to pull tight anziehen [straffen]
to pull to a stophalten [anhalten]
to pull together [idiom] [cooperate in a task or undertaking]am gleichen Strang ziehen [Redewendung] [das gleiche Ziel verfolgen]
to pull together [idiom] [cooperate in a task or undertaking] an einem Strang ziehen [Redewendung] [das gleiche Ziel verfolgen]
to pull undernach unten ziehen
to pull up heranziehen
to pull up heraufziehen
to pull uproden [Rüben]
to pull up emporziehen [geh.]
to pull uphochkrempeln
to pull up [Br.] [driver/vehicle] anhalten [Lenker/Fahrzeug]
to pull up [brake]bremsen [fig.]
to pull up [of a vehicle or its driver] anhalten
to pull up a chair einen Stuhl heranziehen
to pull up a hilleinen Hügel hinauffahren
to pull up a hill [Br.] einen Hügel hinaufkeuchen
to pull up one's socks [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]sich [Akk.] am Riemen reißen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to pull up short [idiom] plötzlich bremsen
to pull up stakes [Am.] [coll.] seine Zelte abbrechen [fig.]
to pull up the car das Auto vorfahren
to pull up to sb./sth.vor jdm./etw. anhalten
to pull up weeds Unkraut jäten
to pull up weedsUnkraut zupfen
[to pull a face with a protruding lower lip, when sulky or starting to cry]ein Schippchen machen [ugs., hum.]
[to pull a face with a protruding lower lip, when sulky or starting to cry] ein Schippchen ziehen [ugs., hum.]
to pullulate wuchern
to pullulatekeimen
to pullulate sprießen / hervorsprießen
to pulpentfleischen
to pulpzu Brei werden
to pulp [waste paper]makulieren [selten]
to pulp sth.etw. [Akk.] zermalmen [zerdrücken. zerstampfen]
to pulp sth. etw. zu Brei verarbeiten
to pulp sth. [books, a publication, an issue, etc.] etw. [Akk.] einstampfen [Bücher, eine Veröffentlichung, eine Ausgabe etc.]
to pulpifyzu Brei machen
to pulsatepulsieren
to pulsateschwingen
to pulsate(rhythmisch) schlagen
to pulsate(rhythmisch) pochen
to pulse pulsieren
to pulsepulsen
to pulse [pulsate] pochen [pulsieren]
to pultrude sth. etw. [Akk.] strangziehen
to pultrude sth. etw. [Akk.] pultrudieren
to pulverise [Br.] pulverisieren
to pulverise sth. [Br.]etw. vermahlen
to pulverise sth. [Br.] [by grinding]etw. [Akk.] zerreiben
to pulverizepulverisieren
to pulverize zu Staub zerfallen
to pulverize zermahlen [zu Staub]
to pulverize sth. etw. vermahlen
to pulverize sth.etw. zerstampfen [zerpulvern]
to pulverize sth. [by grinding]etw. [Akk.] zerreiben
to pumice sth.etw. abbimsen [mit Bimsstein reinigen, glätten]
to pummel mit den Fäusten bearbeiten
to pummelverprügeln
to pummel on sth.auf etw. [Akk.] einhämmern [Artillerie]
to pummel sb.jdn. schlagen [oft, heftig] [auch besiegen]
to pummel sb./sth. (mit den Fäusten) auf jdn./etw. eintrommeln
to pummel sth. [devastate] [e.g. coastal areas by a hurricane] etw. [Akk.] verwüsten
to pummel sth. [fig.] [novel, film etc.] etw. [Akk.] vernichten [fig.] [Roman, Film etc.] [durch Kritiken verreißen]
to pumpaufpumpen
to pump airLuft pumpen
to pump downabpumpen
to pump dry leerpumpen
to pump dry trockenpumpen
to pump information from sb. aus jdm. Informationen herausholen
to pump information out of sb. Information aus jdm. herauspumpen
to pump iron [coll.]Gewichte stemmen
to pump iron [coll.] pumpen [ugs.] [Krafttrainig machen]
to pump iron [coll.] [fig.] [weight training] Eisen fressen [ugs.] [fig.] [Krafttraining]
to pump outherauspumpen
to pump out auspumpen
to pump out abpumpen
to pump out [fig.]erschöpfen
to pump out [water] lenzen [mit Pumpe]
to pump over umpumpen
to pump overüberpumpen
to pump sb. [coll.] bei jdm. nachhaken [ugs.]
to pump sb. [coll.] jdn. ausfragen
to pump sb. [coll.] jdn. ausquetschen [ugs.]
to pump sb. for information [coll.] jdn. aushorchen
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