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to rileärgern
to rilegiften [ugs.] [ärgerlich, böse machen]
to rile [coll.]reizen
to rile [liquid] [Am.]aufwühlen [Flüssigkeiten]
to rile sb. jdn. fuchsen [ugs.]
to rile sb. upjdn. aufbringen [reizen, erzürnen]
to rile sb. up jdn. anstacheln
to rillrieseln
to rim [sl.] [to perform anilingus]Anilingus ausüben [Rimming]
to rim sth. etw. mit einem Rand versehen
to rime bereifen
to rime [archaic] [rhyme]reimen
to rimple sth. [Am.] [rare]etw. [Akk.] zerknittern
to ring klingeln
to ringklingen
to ring läuten
to ring bimmeln [ugs.]
to ring [birds]beringen
to ring [e.g. doorbell]schellen [regional]
to ring a bell [coll.] [idiom] es klingeln lassen [fig.] [vage an jdn./etw. erinnern]
to ring a bell (with sb.) [idiom] [sound familiar (to sb.)] jdm. etwas sagen [fig.] [jdm. bekannt vorkommen]
to ring at sb.'s door an jds. Tür schellen
to ring backzurückrufen
to ring continuously durchklingeln [ununterbrochen klingeln]
to ring down the curtainden Vorhang fallen / niedergehen lassen
to ring down the curtain on sth. [fig.] [project] einen Schlussstrich unter etw. ziehen
to ring eight bells [signal to end watch]acht Glasen schlagen [Ende der Wache melden]
to ring false [idiom]unglaubhaft klingen
to ring hollow [also fig.] hohl klingen [auch fig.]
to ring in the New Yeardas neue Jahr einläuten
to ring offabläuten
to ring off [Br.] den Hörer auflegen
to ring off [Br.] den Telefonhörer auflegen
to ring off [Br.]auflegen [das Telefongespräch beenden]
to ring one bell [to ring one bell: 00.30, 04.30, 08.30, 12.30, 16.30, 20.30]einmal glasen
to ring outertönen
to ring out gut zu hören sein
to ring out erschallen [geh.]
to ring out zu hören sein
to ring out deutlich zu vernehmen sein
to ring out erklingen
to ring out [clang]aufgellen
to ring out [shots etc.] schallen
to ring out [shrill] gellen
to ring out towards sb.jdm. entgegenschallen
to ring sb. [telephone] [Br.] jdn. anrufen
to ring sb. (up) jdn. telefonieren [ugs.] [schweiz.] [anrufen]
to ring sb. (up) [Br.] jdn. antelefonieren [ugs.]
to ring sb.'s bell [Am.] [sl.] jdn. zum Orgasmus bringen
to ring shrilly schrillen [Telefon, Wecker]
to ring sth. in etw. einläuten
to ring sth. through the tilletw. [Akk.] in die Kasse eingeben
to ring the bell klingeln [z. B. an der Tür, mit der Fahrradklingel, im Bus etc.]
to ring the bellläuten
to ring the bell auf die Klingel drücken
to ring the bellsdie Glocken läuten
to ring the changes wechselläuten
to ring the changes [fig.] [to vary or repeat with variations]. alle Möglichkeiten durchspielen [ein Thema usw. variieren]
to ring the doorbell an der Haustür läuten [südd.] [österr.] [schweiz.] [sonst geh.] [die Haustürklingel betätigen]
to ring the doorbellan der Tür klingeln
to ring the doorbell an der Tür / Haustür schellen [regional]
to ring the register [coll.] Kasse machen [ugs.]
to ring true [idiom] glaubhaft klingen
to ring upanläuten [südd.] [schweiz.]
to ring up [on a till]bongen [ugs.]
to ring up [on a till] bonieren [bes. österr.]
to ring up [telephone]anrufen
to ring up sth. [at the checkout] etw. eintippen [Preise, Waren an der Kasse]
to ringbark a tree einen Baum ringeln
to ring-fenceumzäunen
to ring-fence money [Br.] [fig.] den Verwendungszweck von Geld eingrenzen
to rinse ausspülen
to rinse wässern
to rinse [also tech.] spülen
to rinse [washing] schwemmen [österr.]
to rinse a paintbrush / brush einen Pinsel auswaschen
to rinse and repeat sth.etw. endlos wiederholen
to rinse one's mouthden Mund spülen
to rinse outabspülen
to rinse out the mouth den Mund ausspülen
to rinse (out)ausschwenken
to rinse (out) one's mouthsich [Dat.] den Mund ausspülen
to rinse sth.etw. nachspülen
to rinse sth. off [foam, dirt, etc.] etw. abspülen [durch Spülen entfernen: Schaum, Schmutz etc.]
to rinse sth. out etw. ausspülen
to rinse the berries (with water)(die) Beeren spülen
to rinse the oropharynx den Mundrachen / Mundrachenraum spülen
[to rinse a wine glass with a little wine] etw. [Akk.] avinieren
to riot sich austoben
to riot randalieren
to riot Randale machen [ugs.] [randalieren]
to riotKrawall machen [ugs.]
to riotsich an einem Aufruhr beteiligen
to riottoben [Aufruhr, Krawall machen]
to riot wüten [Menge]
to riot Terz machen [ugs.] [Krawall]
to riot away one's days [dated] sich ausleben
to ripreißen
to rip aufreißen
to rip zerreißen
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