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EnglishGerman
to stint on food am Essen sparen
to stint on sth.an etw. [Dat.] knausern [ugs.]
to stint on sth. an etw. [Dat.] sparen
to stint oneself sich einschränken
to stint oneself for sth.sich [Dat.] etw. vom Munde / Mund absparen [Idiom]
to stint sb. jdn. knapphalten [ugs.]
to stint sb. jdn. knapp halten [alt] [ugs.]
to stint sb. of sth. jdm. etw. abkargen [veraltend]
to stint sth. [be stingy]mit etw. knausern [ugs.]
to stint sth. [limit] etw. begrenzen
to stint sth. [narrow, restrict]etw. einengen
to stipple tüpfeln
to stipulate vereinbaren
to stipulateabmachen
to stipulate festsetzen
to stipulate vertraglich festlegen
to stipulatevorschreiben
to stipulatestipulieren
to stipulate verlangen [fordern]
to stipulate übereinkommen
to stipulate clearly and preciselyklar und deutlich festlegen
to stipulate sth.sich [Dat.] etw. ausbedingen
to stipulate sth. etw. [Akk.] festlegen
to stipulate sth.etw. [Akk.] zur Auflage machen
to stipulate sth. [agree, fix]etw. [Akk.] ausmachen [vereinbaren, festsetzen, zur Bedingung machen]
to stipulate sth. beforehandetw. [Akk.] vorausbedingen [veraltet]
to stipulate termsBedingungen festschreiben
to stipulate terms Bedingungen fordern
to stipulate that vorschreiben, dass
to stipulate the terms of a licence [Br.] Lizenzbestimmungen vereinbaren
to stir erschüttern
to stir reizen
to stir sich regen
to stir sich rühren
to stir erregen
to stir umrühren [ugs. auch fig.]
to stirkeimen [fig.]
to stir [awaken] wachrütteln
to stir [Br.] [coll.] [through gossip etc.] stänkern [ugs.]
to stir [move oneself]sich mucksen [ugs.] [sich rühren]
to stir [move slightly] sich bewegen [sich leicht bewegen, sich rühren]
to stir a fingereinen Finger regen
to stir a glaze Glasur aufrühren
to stir from the spot sich von der Stelle wegbewegen
to stir ineinrühren
to stir one's coffee seinen Kaffee umrühren
to stir one's stumps [Br.] [coll.] [dated] [idiom]sich tummeln [österr., sonst regional] [sich beeilen]
to stir one's teaseinen Tee umrühren
to stir out of sth.sich aus etw. bewegen [z. B. Haus]
to stir out of sth.sich von etw. wegbewegen [Ort]
to stir out of sth.sich aus etw. wagen [z. B. Haus]
to stir out of the house sich aus dem Haus wagen
to stir out sth. etw. verrühren [Klumpen]
to stir sb. jdn. bewegen [emotional]
to stir sb. from his resolve jdn. von seinem Entschluss abbringen
to stir sb. (up) jdn. aufwühlen
to stir sb./sth. [move] jdn./etw. bewegen
to stir sb.'s blood jds. Herz höher schlagen lassen
to stir sb.'s blood [Idiom] jds. Blut in Wallung bringen [fig.]
to stir sb.'s wrath jds. Zorn erregen
to stir sth. etw. rühren [beim Kochen etc.]
to stir sth. [imagination]etw. [Akk.] anregen [Phantasie]
to stir sth. inetw. unterrühren
to stir sth. into sth. etw. unter etw. [Akk.] rühren
to stir sth. until smoothetw. glattrühren
to stir sth. until smoothetw. glatt rühren
to stir sth. up etw. [Akk.] aufwirbeln
to stir sth. up [conflict, embers]etw. schüren
to stir sth. up [fig.] etw. aufheizen [fig.]
to stir sth. (well)etw. (gut) durchrühren
to stir sth. (with sth.) [e.g. with a whisk]etw. [Akk.] (mit etw. [Dat.]) verrühren [z. B. mit einem Schneebesen]
to stir the airdie Luft bewegen
to stir the fire das Feuer schüren
to stir the nationdas Volk bewegen
to stir the pot [Am.]Bewegung in die Sache bringen
to stir the pot [fig.] [Am.] die Sache am Kochen halten [fig.] [Redewendung]
to stir (things) up stänkern [ugs.] [Streit, Unruhe stiften]
to stir upumrühren
to stir upaufrühren
to stir up aufwiegeln
to stir up aufwühlen
to stir up erregen
to stir upaufreizen [aufhetzen]
to stir up anzetteln
to stir upaufstacheln
to stir upaufhetzen
to stir up hussen [österr.] [ugs.] [aufwiegeln, hetzen]
to stir up aufhussen [österr.] [aufwiegeln]
to stir up [also fig: to incite]aufmischen
to stir up a countryein Land aufrütteln
to stir up a hornet's nest [fig.]in ein Wespennest stechen [fig.]
to stir up a hornets' nest [idiom]in ein Hornissennest stechen [Redewendung]
to stir up a hornets' nest [idiom] in ein Wespennest stechen [Redewendung]
to stir up a mutiny eine Meuterei heraufbeschwören
to stir up a rebellioneine Rebellion entfachen
to stir up curiosityNeugierde erregen
to stir up discontent Missfallen erregen
to stir up duststauben
to stir up hatred Hass schüren
to stir up hatred against sb./sth. gegen jdn./etw. hetzen
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