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EnglishGerman
to squat downsich hinhocken
to squat (down)in die Hocke gehen
to squat in a cornerin einer Ecke kauern
to squat on one's haunchesin der Hocke sitzen
to squat on one's hunkers [coll.]auf dem Arsch sitzen [ugs.]
to squawkkreischen
to squawkquäken
to squawkkrächzen
to squawk [coll.] [complain] protestieren [durch Jammern, Schimpfen etc.]
to squawk [e.g. seagulls]schreien [kreischend]
to squeakquieken
to squeakquietschen
to squeakknarren
to squeak schreien
to squeakpiepsen
to squeakpiepen
to squeak kieksen
to squeakgicksen [regional] [einen (leichten) Schrei ausstoßen]
to squeak quieksen [ugs.] [quieken]
to squeakfiepsen
to squeakkicksen [ugs.] [gicksen]
to squeak by / through sth. [coll.] [narrowly succeed]gerade so durch etw. durchkommen [ugs.]
to squeak with pleasure vor Vergnügen quietschen
to squealquietschen [beim Bremsen, beim Befahren enger Gleisbögen / Kurven]
to squealkreischen
to squeal quieken
to squealpiepsen
to squealquieksen [ugs.] [quieken]
to squeal [coll.] [to tattle, tell tales]petzen
to squeal [complain loudly] jammern
to squeal on sb. [coll.] [inform] jdn. angeben [verpfeifen]
to squeal on sb. [coll.] [inform] jdn. verraten
to squeal on sb. [coll.] [inform]jdn. verpetzen [ugs.]
to squeal on sb. [coll.] [to confess, inform]jdn. (bei der Polizei) verpfeifen [ugs.]
to squee [Am.] [coll.] [in joy, happiness, etc.] quietschen [ugs.] [vor Vergnügen, Freude etc.]
to squeegee sth. etw. abziehen [mit einem Abzieher, z. B. ein Fenster]
to squeeze auspressen
to squeeze drücken
to squeeze quetschen
to squeezeverdichten
to squeezekomprimieren
to squeezezusammendrücken
to squeeze zwingen
to squeeze zudrücken
to squeeze a rival out of the market [fig.] einen Rivalen / eine Rivalin aus dem Markt drängen [fig.]
to squeeze down drücken
to squeeze down niederdrücken
to squeeze indazwischenzwängen
to squeeze in hineindrängen
to squeeze in hineinpressen
to squeeze in hineinzwängen
to squeeze in sich hineindrängen
to squeeze lemonsZitronen pressen
to squeeze money out of sb. jdm. das Geld aus der Tasche ziehen
to squeeze money out of sb. [fig.] [coll.] jdn. schröpfen [fig.] [ugs.]
to squeeze one off [coll.] [shot] [idiom]einen abfeuern [Schuss]
to squeeze oneself into sth. [e.g. into a pair of jeans]sich in etw. hineinzwängen [z. B. in eine Hose]
to squeeze out ausquetschen
to squeeze out hinausdrängen
to squeeze out information [via interrogation]Information herauspressen
to squeeze out juiceSaft pressen
to squeeze out money Geld herauspressen
to squeeze out of sth. aus etw. rausquetschen [ugs.]
to squeeze out time Zeit herausschlagen
to squeeze past sich vorbeidrängen
to squeeze past sb. sich an jdm. vorbeiquetschen [ugs.]
to squeeze past sb./sth.sich [Akk.] an jdm./etw. vorbeizwängen
to squeeze past (sb./sth.)sich (an jdm./etw.) vorbeischlängeln
to squeeze profit from sth. [fig.]aus etw. [Dat.] Profit schlagen
to squeeze sb. jdn. auspressen
to squeeze sb.jdn. drücken
to squeeze sb. [hug]jdn. abdrücken [ugs.]
to squeeze sb. against the wall jdn. gegen die Wand drücken
to squeeze sb. out of the market jdn. vom Markt drängen
to squeeze sb./sth. in [coll.] [fig.]jdn./etw. einschieben [fig.] [in einem vollen Terminplan unterbringen]
to squeeze sb./sth. into sth.jdn./etw. in etw. [Akk.] zwängen
to squeeze sb./sth. into sth. jdn./etw. in etw. [Akk.] hineinzwängen
to squeeze sb.'s hand jdm. die Hand drücken
to squeeze sth. etw. pressen [Obst etc., weiche Dinge drücken]
to squeeze sth.etw. [Akk.] zusammenquetschen
to squeeze sth. [e.g. toothpaste tube, sponge]etw. ausdrücken [z. B. Zahnpastatube, Schwamm]
to squeeze sth. from sb.etw. von jdm. herauspressen
to squeeze sth. out [a few words] etw. [Akk.] hervorpressen [Worte etc.]
to squeeze sth. out [also: squeeze out sth.] [juice, etc., also fig.: money, etc.] etw. herausquetschen [ugs.] [Saft etc., auch fig.: Geld etc.]
to squeeze sth. out of sb.etw. aus jdm. herauspressen
to squeeze sth. out of the market [products, trendsetters]etw. aus dem Markt drängen
to squeeze sth. tightly [e.g. hand] etw. [Akk.] fest drücken [z. B. Hand]
to squeeze sth. tightly [e.g. with pliers] etw. [Akk.] festquetschen [z. B. mit einer Zange]
to squeeze sth. togetheretw. zusammendrücken [zusammenpressen]
to squeeze the juice out of [lemons, limes] ausdrücken [Zitronen, Limonen]
to squeeze the orange dry [idiom]jdn. wie eine Zitrone ausquetschen [Redewendung]
to squeeze the taxpayer die Steuerschraube anziehen
to squeeze the taxpayer too hard die Steuerschraube überdrehen [ugs.]
to squeeze the trigger(auf) den Abzug drücken
to squeeze (the trigger)(den Abzug) abkrümmen [Handfeuerwaffe]
to squeeze throughdurchzwängen
to squeeze through sich hindurchdrängen
to squeeze up [move up in a queue] zusammenrücken
to squelchzermahlen
to squelch zermalmen
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