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to rule out [word, sentence]einen Strich ziehen durch
to rule out (for sth.) nicht anerkennen (wegen etw.)
to rule out (for sth.) nicht werten (wegen etw.)
to rule out other possibilities andere Möglichkeiten ausschließen
to rule out sth.etw. [Akk.] ausschließen
to rule out sth. [hypothesis, solution] etw. [Akk.] verwerfen [Hypothese, Lösung]
to rule over sb./sth. über jdn./etw. herrschen
to rule over sb./sth. über jdn./etw. regieren
to rule sb. with a rod of iron jdn. mit eiserner Hand / Faust regieren
to rule sb./sth. with a rod of iron über jdn./etw. mit eiserner Hand herrschen
to rule sth. [command, decree] etw. anordnen [verfügen]
to rule sth. in [include sth. as a possibility] etw. als möglich erscheinen lassen
to rule sth. out [make impossible or impracticable]etw. unmöglich machen [undurchführbar machen]
to rule supreme uneingeschränkt herrschen
to rule supreme absolut herrschen
to rule the airwavesden Äther beherrschen
to rule the marketden Markt beherrschen
to rule the roost [idiom]der Herr im Hause sein
to rule the world die Welt beherrschen
to rule with an iron fistmit eiserner Hand regieren
to rule with an iron fistmit eiserner Faust regieren
to rumblepoltern
to rumblerumpeln
to rumble grölen [Lied]
to rumble rummeln [ugs.]
to rumble kollern
to rumble [stomach]rumoren [Magen, Bauch] [ugs.]
to rumble [stomach]knurren [Magen]
to rumble [thunder]grollen [Donner]
to rumble aboutrumoren
to rumble on [Br.] [argument, controversy, scandal]weiter schwelen [fig.] [seltener; bei gleicher Betonung von »weiter« und »schwelen«]
to rumble on [Br.] [argument, controversy, scandal] weiterschwelen [fig.]
to rumble sb./sth. [Br.] [coll.] [usually passive; e.g. sb. has been rumbled]jdn./etw. durchschauen
to ruminatewiederkäuen
to ruminate ruminieren [selten] [wiederkäuen]
to ruminate [fig.]grübeln
to ruminate [fig.] spintisieren [ugs.]
to ruminate [fig.] nachsinnen
to ruminate [fig.]sinnieren
to ruminate [muse, ponder] sich [Dat.] Gedanken machen [grübeln]
to ruminate on sth. über etw. [Akk.] nachgrübeln
to ruminate on etw. [Dat.] herumsinnieren
[to ruminate] wiederkauen [FALSCH für: wiederkäuen]
to rummage durchsuchen
to rummage durchstöbern
to rummage durchwühlen
to rummage stierln [österr.] [ugs.] [stöbern, stochern]
to rummage about herumwühlen [ugs.]
to rummage about herumkramen [ugs.]
to rummage about herumstöbern [ugs.]
to rummage about herumgruschteln [ugs.] [regional] [herumkramen]
to rummage around herumwühlen [ugs.]
to rummage around herumkramen [ugs.]
to rummage aroundherumstöbern [ugs.]
to rummage aroundkruschteln [schwäb.] [ugs.] [auch: krusteln]
to rummage aroundkruscheln [ugs.] [regional] [auch: herumkruscheln]
to rummage around / about [in / for] kramen [in / nach]
to rummage around sth.etw. durchwühlen
to rummage (around) wühlen [ugs.] [suchen]
to rummage for sth. nach etw. [Dat.] stöbern
to rummage in sth. etw. durchstöbern
to rummage in sth. in etw. [Dat.] stöbern
to rummage through recordsSchallplatten durchstöbern
to rummage through sth. sich durch etw. wühlen
to rumor [Am.] munkeln [ugs.]
to rumour [Br.] munkeln [ugs.]
to rumour [Br.]ein Gerücht verbreiten
to rumour-monger [Br.] gerüchtekücheln [ugs.]
to rumple zerknüllen
to rumple sth. [e.g. a bed or bedsheet, sb.'s hair] etw. [Akk.] zerwühlen [z. B. ein Bett, jds. Haare]
to rumple sth. [e.g. skirt, fabric, paper] etw. [Akk.] zerknittern [z. B. Rock, Stoff, Papier]
to rumple sth. (up) [sb.'s hair] etw. verwuscheln [ugs.] [jds. Haar]
to rumple (up) [hair]zerzausen
to runlaufen
to runrennen
to runspringen [südwestd.] [schweiz.] [rennen]
to run laufen lassen [Programm]
to runin Kraft sein
to run Rechtskraft haben
to run [+adverbial of direction] [street, border, etc.] verlaufen [in eine Richtung führen, sich erstrecken, z. B. Straße, Grenze usw.]
to run [beads of sweat] rinnen
to run [buses / trains run every 15 minutes]fahren [verkehren]
to run [colour] ausgehen [Farbe]
to run [course of study etc.]anbieten
to run [elapse]ablaufen
to run [experiment, test]durchführen
to run [flow, stream] strömen
to run [flow]fließen
to run [flow] zerfließen
to run [horse racing]starten
to run [mountain range etc.] sich ziehen
to run [nose] triefen
to run [of story, headline etc.] lauten
to run [operate, function]arbeiten
to run [paint etc.] auseinander laufen [alt]
to run [paint etc.]auseinanderlaufen
to run [road etc.]führen [Straße etc.]
to run [to run away]davonrennen
to run [to run away] wegrennen
to run [to run off]weglaufen
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