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to step in [take sb.'s place] jds. Platz einnehmen
to step in early früh den Fuß in die Tür bekommen [fig.]
to step in for sb. für jdn. einspringen
to step in for sb. jdn. vertreten
to step in towards sb./sth. gegen jdn./etw. einschreiten
to step inside hereintreten
to step into a puddlein eine Pfütze treten
to step into the breachin die Bresche springen
to step into the breach [idiom] in die Bresche treten [selten] [Redewendung]
to step into the road [Br.]die Straße betreten
to step (into) treten (in)
to step it up a notch [coll.]einen Zacken zulegen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to step it up a notch [coll.] [hurry up, go faster] einen Schritt zulegen [ugs.] [sich beeilen]
to step it up a notch [coll.] [idiom] einen Zahn zulegen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to step lively sich zügig bewegen
to step offaussteigen
to step off abschreiten
to step off sth. [bus etc.] [get off]aus etw. [Dat.] steigen [Bus etc.]
to step on boardan Bord gehen
to step on it [coll.] [idiom] [hurry up] einen Zahn zulegen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to step on it [coll.] [idiom] [hurry up] die Beine in die Hand nehmen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [sich beeilen]
to step on it [coll.] [idiom] [hurry up]die Beine unter den Arm nehmen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [sich beeilen]
to step on it [coll.] [idiom] [hurry up] die Beine unter die Arme nehmen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [sich beeilen]
to step on it [coll.] [idiom] [increase the effort or tempo of some activity]einen Schritt zulegen [Redewendung]
to step on sb.'s toes [esp. Am.] [also fig.] [idiom]jdm. auf die Zehen treten [auch fig.] [Idiom]
to step on sb.'s toes [esp. Am.] [idiom]jdm. auf den Schlips treten [ugs.] [Idiom]
to step on sth. etw. [Akk.] betreten [einen Boden, Bodenbelag etc.]
to step on sth. auf etw. [Akk.] drauftreten [ugs.]
to step on the brake / brakes auf die Bremse treten
to step on the gas [Am.] Gas geben
to step on the gas [esp. Am.] [coll.] aufs Gas treten [ugs.]
to step out ausschreiten
to step outheraustreten
to step outaussteigen
to step out hinaustreten
to step outausgehen [aus dem Haus gehen]
to step out from behind sb./sth. hinter jdm./etw. hervortreten
to step out of lineaus der Reihe treten
to step out of line [idiom] aus der Reihe tanzen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to step out of line [idiom] [fail to conform to standards, rules, etc.] ausscheren
to step out of sb.'s line of firejdm. aus der Schusslinie treten
to step out of sth. aus etw. [Dat.] heraustreten
to step out on sb. [Am.] [coll.] [be unfaithful, cheat on sb.]jdm. untreu sein
to step out on sb. [Am.] [coll.] [be unfaithful, cheat on sb.] jdn. betrügen [sexuell, z. B. Ehepartner]
to step outside vor die Tür treten
to step outside one's area of expertiseseinen Kompetenzrahmen überschreiten
to step over sth. über etw. [Akk.] hinwegsteigen
to step over sth. über etw. [Akk.] steigen
to step short kurz treten
to step sth. up [efforts etc.] etw. [Akk.] verstärken [Bemühungen etc.]
to step upbeschleunigen
to step up steigern
to step upstufenweise anheben
to step up erhöhen
to step up antreten
to step upintensivieren
to step up vortreten
to step up [e.g., voltage] hinauftransformieren
to step up [ladder etc.] hinaufsteigen
to step up [voltage] hochtransformieren [Spannung]
to step up efforts Anstrengungen verstärken
to step up pressureden Druck verstärken
to step up sanctionsSanktionen verschärfen
to step up to sb. auf jdn. zugehen
to step up to sb. zu jdm. treten
to step up to sb./sth.auf jdn./etw. zutreten
to step up to the plate [Am.] etw. in die Hand nehmen [fig. für: eine Aufgabe übernehmen]
to step up to the plate [Am.] [expression] [meet the challenge]sich [Akk.] der Herausforderung stellen
to (step) up one's game [coll.] [idiom] [improve one's strategy / performance]eine Schippe drauflegen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to (step) up one's game [coll.] [idiom] [improve one's strategy / performance] sich [Akk.] weiter verbessern
to stereotypeklischieren
to stereotype stereotypieren
to sterilise [Br.] entkeimen
to sterilise [Br.]sterilisieren
to sterilizekeimfrei machen
to sterilizesterilisieren
to sterilize entkeimen
to sterilizeunfruchtbar machen [sterilisieren]
to sterilize aufbereiten [Sterilisieren von Instrumenten]
to sterilize [drinking water] desinfizieren
to sterilize milkMilch sterilisieren
to sterilize sth. by heating etw. ausglühen
to stevedore sth. [to load or unload the cargo of a ship] etw. [Akk.] be- und entladen [ein Schiff]
to stevedore sth. [to load the cargo of a ship] etw. [Akk.] beladen [ein Schiff]
to stevedore sth. [to unload the cargo of a ship] etw. [Akk.] entladen [ein Schiff]
to stewdünsten
to stew schmoren
to stew dämpfen
to stew [coll.] aufgeregt sein
to stew about sth. [fig.] wegen etw. ins Schwitzen geraten [auch fig.]
to stew fruit Früchte dünsten
to stew in one's own juice / juices [coll.] [idiom] im eigenen Saft schmoren [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to stew over sth. über etw. [Akk. oder Dat.] grübeln
to stew over sth. [fig.] [to fret]sich [Dat.] über etw. [Akk.] den Kopf zerbrechen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to steward betreuen
to stewardservieren
to steward verwalten
to stick anhängen
to stick befestigen
to sticklegen
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