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to rush around / about sth. [flow quickly]etw. umfließen
to rush away fortstürzen
to rush back zurückstürzen
to rush back zurückstürmen
to rush byvorüberrasen [ugs.]
to rush forwardvorstürmen
to rush forwardvoraneilen
to rush from one place to another von Pontius zu Pilatus laufen
to rush from pillar to post [Br.]von Pontius zu Pilatus laufen
to rush invorschnell handeln
to rush inhineinstürzen
to rush in hineinstürmen
to rush in reinstürmen [ugs.]
to rush into marriageüberstürzt heiraten
to rush into printvorzeitig veröffentlichen
to rush off loshasten
to rush offdavonstürmen
to rush off fortstürzen
to rush (on) ahead (of sb.) (jdm.) vorauseilen
to rush one's fences [Br.] [fig.] die Sache überstürzen
to rush outrausstürzen [ugs.] [aus einem Raum]
to rush out [away from observer]hinausstürzen
to rush out [away from observer]hinausstürmen
to rush out [towards observer]herausstürzen
to rush out [towards observer]herausstürmen
to rush pastvorbeirauschen
to rush sb. jdn. hetzen [antreiben]
to rush sb. off his / her feet jdn. von den Füßen holen
to rush sb. off his feetjdn. in Trab halten
to rush sb. to Londonjdn. schnellstens nach London bringen
to rush sb. to the hospital jdn. schnell ins Krankenhaus schaffen [ugs.]
to rush sth. etw. [Akk.] übers Knie brechen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to rush sth. through etw. schnell durchbringen [Gesetz, Bestimmung etc.]
to rush sth. through [fig.] etw. durchpeitschen [fig.]
to rush sth. through [law, application etc.]etw. durchhauen [fig.] [ugs.] [Gesetz, Bestimmung etc.]
to rush through durcheilen
to rush through sth. etw. hastig erledigen
to rush to extremes es zum Äußersten treiben
to rush to the window zum Fenster stürzen
to rush up to sb./sth. auf jdn./etw. zustürzen
to rush upon sb. auf jdn. losstürmen
to rush upon sb. [rare] [obs.]sich auf jdn. stürzen
to Russianizerussifizieren
to Russify sb./sth.jdn./etw. russifizieren
to rust einrosten
to rust rosten
to rust verrosten
to rust away dahinrosten
to rust away vor sich hin rosten
to rust through durchrosten
to rusticate [Br.] [expel] relegieren
to rusticate [dated] [to go to live in the countryside] aufs Land ziehen
to rusticate sth. [e.g. pipes, masonry] etw. [Akk.] rustizieren [z. B. Tabakpfeifen, Mauerwerk]
to rustle knistern
to rustle rascheln
to rustlerauschen
to rustle säuseln [Blätter]
to rustle [Am.] [round up and steal cattle, horses or sheep] stehlen [Vieh, Pferde oder Schafe]
to rustle [to cause to rustle] zum Rascheln bringen
to rustle up some grub [coll.] kurz was zu Essen machen [ugs.]
to rustle up sth. [coll.] [find by effort or search] etw. auftreiben [ugs.] [beschaffen]
to rut brunften
to rutbrunsten
to rutfurchen
to rut sth.etw. [Akk.] ausmugeln [österr.] [ausfahren, uneben machen, z. B. eine Skipiste]
to rutilate [archaic] [shine] strahlen [Licht]
to saberniedersäbeln
to sabotage sabotieren
to sabotage a plan einen Plan sabotieren
to sabotage oneself sich [Akk.] (selbst) sabotieren
to saccharify verzuckern
to sack [pillage]plündern
to sack [pillage] brandschatzen
to sack [put in a sack] sacken [in Säcke füllen]
to sack [put in a sack]säckeln [regional] [in Säcke füllen]
to sack a placeeinen Ort filzen [ugs.] [durchsuchen]
to sack a towneine Stadt plündern
to sack out [Am.] [Can.] [coll.] schlafen
to sack out [Am.] [sl.] zu Bett gehen
to sack sb. [coll.] jdn. feuern [ugs.]
to sack sb. [coll.] jdn. entlassen
to sack sb. [coll.] jdn. hinausfeuern [ugs.]
to sack sb. [coll.]jdn. rausschmeißen [ugs.]
to sack sb. [coll.] jdm. den Weisel geben [österr.] [jdn. entlassen]
to sack sb. on the spot [coll.] jdn. auf der Stelle hinauswerfen [ugs.] [fristlos kündigen]
to sack sth. etw. in Säcke füllen
to sack sth. [rare] [bag]etw. einsacken [in Säcke]
to sack sth. [rare] [put in sacks]etw. in Säcke abfüllen
to sack up [coll.] [make as a net profit]einen Profit einsacken [ugs.] [netto verdienen]
to sacralise [Br.] sakralisieren
to sacralize sakralisieren
to sacrifice aufopfern
to sacrifice opfern
to sacrificeOpfer bringen
to sacrificedarangeben [geh.] [opfern]
to sacrifice [sell at a loss] mit Verlust verkaufen
to sacrifice a lamb ein Lamm opfern
to sacrifice a pawn [chess gambit] ein Bauernopfer bringen [Gambit beim Schach]
to sacrifice cargoFracht über Bord werfen
to sacrifice goods Ware verschleudern
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