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EnglishGerman
to rout wühlen [zerwühlen]
to routherumwühlen
to rout [archaic] [snore] schnarchen
to rout [defeat] eine vernichtende Niederlage zufügen
to rout [fig.] [destroy] vernichten
to rout out aufstöbern [ugs.]
to rout out (of)herausjagen (aus)
to rout sb. jdn. besiegen
to rout sb. jdn. in die Flucht schlagen
to rout sb. outjdn. in die Flucht schlagen
to route leiten
to route lotsen
to route routen
to route senden
to routesteuern
to route trassieren [Verkehrswege, Kabel, Rohrleitungen]
to route a consignmenteine Sendung befördern
to routine-test sth. etw. einer Stückprüfung unterziehen
to routinizeroutinisieren
to rove umherstreichen
to rove zigeunern [ugs.]
to rove schweifen [geh.] [auch fig.]
to rove about sich herumtreiben
to rove all over the worldsich auf der ganzen Welt herumtreiben
to rove around / aboutvagabundieren [umherziehen, sich herumtreiben]
to rowrojen [Seemannssprache] [rudern]
to row [Br.] [coll.] [quarrel] sich [Akk.] streiten
to row [Br.] [coll.] [quarrel] streiten
to row [with oars] rudern
to row [with oars] pullen [seemännisch: rudern]
to row a boatein Boot rudern
to row around sth. etw. umrudern
to row back [also fig.] zurückrudern [auch fig.]
to row back on sth. [statement] [idiom] etw. [Akk.] zurücknehmen [Äußerung]
to row off losrudern
to rowel die Sporen geben
to RSVP [coll.] auf ein Einladungsschreiben antworten [Einladung annehmen oder Absage erteilen]
to rubeinreiben
to rub reiben [z. B. frottieren]
to rub scheuern
to rub [vigorously]rubbeln [regional] [kräftig reiben]
to rub against reiben an [+Dat.]
to rub against sth. an etw. [Dat.] schleifen
to rub along [Br.] [coll.] [manage] sich durchschlagen [ugs.]
to rub along (together) [Br.] [coll.]recht und schlecht miteinander auskommen
to rub awaywegreiben
to rub downfrottieren
to rub down abreiben
to rub down [clean, wall, paintwork] abwaschen
to rub down [person] abrubbeln [ugs.]
to rub down [sandpaper] abschmirgeln
to rub drytrockenreiben
to rub each other up the wrong waysich aneinander reiben
to rub elbows with sb. [rub shoulders with] [Am.] [Aus.] [coll.] [idiom] mit jdm. verkehren [(gesellschaftlichen) Umgang haben]
to rub in einmassieren
to rub ineinreiben
to rub it in [coll.] [idiom]darauf herumreiten [ugs.] [immer wieder auf etw. zurückkommen] [Redewendung]
to rub it in [idiom] [twist the knife](noch) Salz auf / in die Wunde streuen [Redewendung]
to rub lotion into one's skinsich einschmieren [mit Lotion]
to rub off abreiben
to rub off wegreiben
to rub off on sb. [fig.] auf jdn. abfärben [fig.]
to rub off the velvet [deer] fegen [Geweih]
to rub ointment into einsalben
to rub one out [vulg.] [coll.] [masturbate] [Br.] sich [Dat.] einen runterholen [vulg.] [onanieren]
to rub one's eyessich [Dat.] die Augen reiben
to rub one's eyes in disbelief [idiom] sich [Dat.] (ungläubig / verwundert) die Augen reiben [Redewendung]
to rub one's hands [also fig.] sich [Dat.] die Hände reiben [auch fig.]
to rub one's heels sore sich [Dat.] die Fersen aufreiben
to rub oneselfsich [Akk.] schubbern [nordd.] [reiben]
to rub oneself raw on sth. sich an etw. [Dat.] wund reiben
to rub oneself raw on sth. sich an etw. [Dat.] wundreiben
to rub oneself sore sich [Dat.] die Haut aufscheuern
to rub out ausreiben
to rub out [esp. Br.]radieren [mit Radiergummi]
to rub out sth.etw. löschen [radieren etc.]
to rub out sth. [esp. Br.] [erase (pencil marks, etc.) with a rubber] etw. [Akk.] wegradieren
to rub salt into the wound [fig.]Salz auf / in die Wunde streuen [fig.]
to rub sb. out [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [murder, kill sb.] jdm. das Licht ausblasen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [jdn. töten]
to rub sb. the wrong way [Am.] [idiom]bei jdm. anecken [ugs.]
to rub sb. the wrong way [Am.] [idiom] jdn. verstimmen
to rub sb. up the wrong way [Br.] [Aus.]bei jdm. anecken [ugs.]
to rub sb./sth. down [with a towel] jdn./etw. abfrottieren [mit einem Handtuch]
to rub sb.'s nose in sth. [idiom] jdm. etw. [Akk.] unter die Nase reiben [Redewendung]
to rub sb.'s nose in sth. [idiom]jdm. etw. [Akk.] aufs Brot schmieren [ugs.] [einen Fehler, ein Versagen etc.] [Redewendung]
to rub sb.'s nose in the fact that jdn. extra darauf hinweisen, dass
to rub shoulders [literally]einander / sich mit den Schultern berühren
to rub shoulders with sb. [coll.] [idiom]mit jdm. zusammenkommen [jdn. treffen]
to rub sth. [esp. herbs]etw. [Akk.] rebeln [klein reiben, bes. Kräuter]
to rub sth. clean etw. abreiben [reibend säubern]
to rub sth. in [coll.] jdm. etw. unter die Nase reiben [ugs.]
to rub sth. in sb.'s face [coll.] [idiom] jdm. etw. unter die Nase reiben [ugs.] [Idiom]
to rub sth. off etw. abscheuern
to rub sth. off [e.g. dirt]etw. abreiben [säubernd entfernen, z. B. Schmutz]
to rub sth. (on sth.)etw. (an etw.) wetzen
to rub sth. out [Am.] [coll.] [fig.] [destroy sth. completely] etw. ausradieren [fig.] [ugs.] [völlig zerstören, dem Erdboden gleichmachen]
to rub sth. out [esp. Br.] [erase (pencil marks, etc.) with a rubber]etw. [Akk.] ausradieren
to rub the sleep out of one's eyes sich [Dat.] den Schlaf aus den Augen wischen
to rub the sleep out of one's eyes sich [Dat.] den Schlaf aus den Augen reiben
to rub (to a powder)verreiben
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