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EnglishGerman
to rate as ansehen als
to rate asbeurteilen als
to rate as sth.als etw. angesehen werden können
to rate as sth. als etw. gelten
to rate downniedriger einstufen
to rate high einen hohen Stellenwert haben
to rate high einen hohen Rang einnehmen
to rate highly hoch rangieren
to rate highly hoch schätzen
to rate low einen niederen Rang einnehmen
to rate lowniedrig rangieren
to rate propertyBesitz steuerlich veranlagen
to rate sb. among one's friends jdn. zu seinen Freunden zählen
to rate sb. as a coward jdn. für einen Feigling halten
to rate sb. highly jdn. hoch einschätzen
to rate sb. highlyjdn. hoch schätzen
to rate sb. highly jdn. gut finden
to rate sb./sth. among sth.jdn./etw. zu etw. zählen
to rate sb./sth. among sth. jdn./etw. zu / unter etw. rechnen
to rate sth. etw. [Akk.] bewerten [schätzen, einschätzen]
to rate sth. etw. abschätzen
to rate sth. [coll.] [deserve]etw. [Akk.] verdienen [jdm. zustehen]
to rate sth. a five etw. fünf Punkte geben
to rate sth. (as) a buy [coll.] [e.g. stocks]eine Kaufempfehlung für etw. aussprechen [z. B. Aktien]
to rate sth. in comparison to sb./sth. etw. im Vergleich zu jdm./etw. einschätzen
to rate the chances at die Chancen beziffern auf
to rate up höher einstufen
to rather bite off one's tongue than ... sich [Dat.] lieber die Zunge abbeißen als ...
to rather sb./sth. [nonstandard or regional] [prefer] [often with a modal verb, e.g. I would rather a coffee]jdn./etw. vorziehen
to ratifybestätigen
to ratify ratifizieren
to ratify billigen
to ratifygutheißen
to ratify a contracteinen Vertrag ratifizieren
to ratify a treatyeinen Staatsvertrag ratifizieren
to ratify sth.etw. [Akk.] besiegeln
to ratiocinate [rare] reflektieren
to rationbewirtschaften [Rationen zuteilen]
to ration [distribute]zuteilen
to ration [e.g. food] einteilen [z. B. Essen]
to ration out austeilen
to ration outzuteilen
to ration sth. [e.g. food] etw. [Akk.] rationieren [z. B. Essen]
to rationalise [Br.]rationalisieren
to rationalise sth. [Br.]etw. [Akk.] verstandesmäßig zu erklären versuchen
to rationalise sth. [Br.] etw. [Akk.] rational machen
to rationalise work [Br.] die Arbeit rationalisieren
to rationalise workplaces [Br.] Arbeitsplätze wegrationalisieren
to rationalizerationalisieren
to rationalize jobsArbeitsplätze wegrationalisieren
to rationalize production die Herstellung rationalisieren
to rationalize sth. versuchen, etw. verstandesmäßig zu erklären
to rationalize sth. etw. rational machen
to rationalize sth. [ascertain reasonable grounds] etw. vernünftig begründen
to rationalize work die Arbeit rationalisieren
to ratten sb. [archaic] [to deprive sb. of the tools used in his employment, e.g. by breaking or stealing them] jdn. sabotieren [indem man ihm die nötigen Werkzeuge nimmt oder bricht]
to rattle rasseln
to rattle scheppern [ugs.]
to rattle durchrütteln
to rattle erschüttern
to rattleklappern
to rattlerattern
to rattledurcheinander bringen [alt]
to rattle rappeln [ugs.] [klappern]
to rattle rumpeln [ugs.]
to rattleklötern [nordd.] [ugs.] [rasseln]
to rattle [bottles, chains]klirren
to rattle [box, dice, keys] schütteln
to rattle [during Holy Week, on Good Friday]klöppern [auch: schlöttern] [fränk.] [ratschen an den Kartagen]
to rattle [gunfire] knattern
to rattle [with a ratchet]ratschen [in der Karwoche]
to rattle around [fig.] herumgeistern [ugs.]
to rattle at the door an der Türe rütteln [veraltend od. regional]
to rattle at the door an der Tür rütteln
to rattle away drauflosplappern
to rattle down herunterprasseln
to rattle downherunterhageln
to rattle (in the throat) röcheln
to rattle off losrattern
to rattle off [coll.] herunterrasseln [ugs.]
to rattle off [coll.]herbeten [ugs.]
to rattle off [win] hinlegen [ugs.]
to rattle on drauflosreden
to rattle onplappern [ugs.]
to rattle onweiterquasseln
to rattle on / away [coll.]quasseln [ugs.]
to rattle one's saber [Am.] [fig.]mit dem Säbel rasseln [fig.] [pej.] [sich kriegerisch gebärden]
to rattle one's sabre [Br.] [fig.]mit dem Säbel rasseln [fig.] [pej.] [sich kriegerisch gebärden]
to rattle one's sabres mit den Säbeln rasseln
to rattle out a poemein Gedicht herunterleiern [ugs.]
to rattle sabers [Am.] mit (den) Säbeln rasseln
to rattle sb. [coll.] [to upset] jdn. aus dem Konzept bringen
to rattle sb. [coll.] [to upset] jdn. durcheinanderbringen
to rattle sb. [coll.] [to upset] jdn. durcheinander bringen [alt]
to rattle sb.'s cage jdn. verärgern
to rattle sth. off [coll.] etw. abspulen [ugs.] [fig.] [herbeten]
to rattle the coinsmit den Münzen klimpern
to rattle through herunterrasseln
to raunch sb. outjdn. anwidern
to ravage verwüsten
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