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to practise [archaic] [plot, scheme]sich verschwören
to practise [Br.] ausüben
to practise [Br.] praktizieren
to practise [Br.] seine Praxis ausüben [selten]
to practise [Br.]trainieren
to practise [Br.] eine / seine / ihre Praxis betreiben
to practise [esp. Br.]üben
to practise a fraud on sb. [Br.]jdn. täuschen
to practise a fraud on sb. [Br.] [rare] jdn. arglistig täuschen
to practise a hill start [Br.] das Anfahren am Berg üben
to practise a profession [Br.]einem akademischen Beruf nachgehen
to practise a profession [Br.] einen Beruf ausüben
to practise agriculture [Br.]Ackerbau treiben
to practise deceit [Br.] täuschen
to practise for an emergency [Br.] (für) den Ernstfall proben
to practise gymnastics [Br.]turnen
to practise law [Br.]Anwalt sein
to practise law [Br.] Anwaltspraxis ausüben
to practise law [Br.] als Jurist tätig sein
to practise medicine [Br.] als Arzt tätig sein
to practise meditation [Br.] (regelmäßig) meditieren
to practise on / upon sb. [Br.]jds. Schwäche ausnutzen
to practise on / upon sb. [Br.] jdn. bearbeiten
to practise on / upon sb. [Br.] jdn. ausnutzen
to practise on / upon sb. [Br.] [rare] jdn. missbrauchen
to practise on the piano [Br.]auf dem Klavier üben
to practise on the piano [Br.]am Klavier üben
to practise on the violin [Br.] auf der Geige üben
to practise one's religion [Br.]seine Religion ausüben
to practise politeness [Br.] Höflichkeit üben
to practise scales [Br.] Tonleitern üben
to practise self-denial [Br.] Verzicht üben
to practise sth. [Br.] etw. betreiben
to practise the trumpet [Br.]Trompete üben
to practise the violin [esp. Br.]Geige üben
to prairie-dog over sth.neugierig über etw. gucken [ugs.]
to praise an articleeinen Artikel anpreisen
to praise away hinauskomplimentieren
to praise oneself sich rühmen
to praise sb. for doing sth.jdn. wegen etw. [meist Gen., auch Dat.] loben
to praise sb./sth. jdn./etw. anpreisen
to praise sb./sth. jdn./etw. loben
to praise sb./sth. jdn./etw. rühmen
to praise sb./sth.jdn./etw. lobpreisen [geh.]
to praise sb./sth.jdn./etw. belobigen
to praise sb./sth.jdn./etw. hochpreisen [geh.]
to praise sb./sth. [also: God] jdn./etw. preisen [geh.] [auch: Gott]
to praise sb./sth. [in a song or poem] jdn./etw. besingen [preisen]
to praise sb./sth. to the skies jdn./etw. in den Himmel loben
to praise sb./sth. to the skies [idiom] jdn./etw. über den grünen Klee loben [Redewendung]
to praise sb.'s contribution jds. Beitrag herausstreichen
to praise to the skies in den Himmel heben
to prance paradieren
to pranceherumhüpfen
to pranceherumtanzen
to prancerumtanzen
to prance rumhüpfen
to prance tänzeln [Pferd]
to prance [of a horse] eine Levade / Kurbette machen [Pferd]
to prance [of a horse]sich auf der Hinterhand aufrichten [Pferd]
to prance [of a quadruped] sich aufbäumen [Pferd usw.]
to prance [strut] stolzieren
to prang sth. [coll.] [Br.] [Aus.] etw. ramponieren [ugs.] [Auto, Flugzeug]
to prank sb. jdm. einen Streich spielen
to prank up sich herausputzen
to prat away mit dem Hintern wegschubsen
to prateplaudern
to prateschwätzen
to pratefaseln [ugs.]
to prate schwafeln [ugs.]
to prateschwatzen
to prattplappern [ugs.]
to prattlelabern [ugs.]
to prattle plaudern
to prattle plappern [ugs.]
to prattle [pej.] schwafeln [ugs.] [pej.]
to prattle awayverplaudern
to prattle awaysich verplappern [ugs.]
to prattle away drauflosschwatzen [ugs.]
to prattle ondahinplappern [ugs.]
to prawn nach Garnelen fischen
to praybeten
to pray for sb.für jdn. beten
to pray in proxy for sb./sth. für jdn./etw. in Fürbitte beten
to pray to sb.zu jdm. beten
to pray to the porcelain god [coll.] sich übergeben
to preachpredigen
to preach salbadern [pej.] [veraltend] [im Predigtton feierlich und zu lange reden]
to preach caution zur Vorsicht mahnen
to preach sb.'s funeraldie Trauerfeier für jdn. abhalten
to preach sth. [fig.] [advocate] etw. [Akk.] propagieren [geh.]
to preach the Gospel das Evangelium predigen
to preach the Word of Goddas Wort Gottes verkündigen [geh.]
to preach to deaf ears [fig.] tauben Ohren predigen [fig.]
to preach to the choir [Am.] offene Türen einrennen
to preach to the converted offene Türen einrennen
to preach to the winds [idiom]in den Wind reden [Redewendung]
to preadjustvoreinstellen
to preallocatevorbelegen
to preamplify vorverstärken
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