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to stage sth. [also fig.] etw. inszenieren [auch fig.]
to stage sth. [also fig.] etw. in Szene setzen [auch fig.]
to stage-manage sth. [fig.]etw. inszenieren [Wahlkampagne etc.]
to staggerstaffeln
to staggerwanken
to staggerschwanken
to stagger taumeln
to stagger torkeln [ugs.]
to stagger unschlüssig sein
to stagger abstufen
to stagger dameln [veraltet] [regional] [taumeln]
to stagger [hours, holidays etc.]stufen
to stagger over to the doorzur Tür hinüberwanken
to stagger past vorbeiwanken
to stagger sb.jdm. den Atem verschlagen
to stagger sb.jdn. überraschen
to stagger sb.jdn. ins Wanken bringen
to stagger sth. [spread over a period of time] etw. [Akk.] entzerren [zeitlich]
to stagger up to sb.auf jdn. zutorkeln
to stagger up to the door auf die Tür zuwanken
to stagnate stagnieren
to stagnatepausieren
to stagnatestillstehen
to stagnate stocken
to stagnate darniederliegen [in schlechtem Zustand sein, stagnieren]
to stagnate [to make no progress](vor sich hin) dümpeln [fig.] [nicht vorankommen, stagnieren] [Projekt u. ä.]
to stagnate [waste away] versauern [ugs. für: (seelisch) verkümmern]
to stainbeflecken
to stainschmutzen
to stain beschmutzen
to stain [become stained] Flecken bekommen
to stain [of paint, dye] [also fig.] abfärben [auch fig.]
to stain [produce stains]Flecken verursachen
to stain [produce stains] Flecken hinterlassen
to stain [take a stain] fleckig werden
to stain [take on a different colour]verfärben
to stain darkly(sich) dunkel verfärben
to stain sb.'s name jds. Namen beschmutzen
to stain sb.'s reputation jds. Ruf besudeln
to stain sth. [dye paper, glass etc.] etw. färben [Papier, Glas]
to stain sth. [dye] etw. bedrucken [im Druckverfahren färben]
to stain sth. [dye]etw. einfärben [Textilien, auch: Präparate]
to stain sth. [e.g. a histologic specimen] etw. anfärben [z. B. eine histologische Probe]
to stain sth. [fig.] [image, reputation] etw. [Dat.] schaden [Ruf, Ansehen]
to stain sth. [sully, defile] etw. besudeln
to stain sth. [wood]etw. beizen [Holz]
to stain sth. red [e.g. blood]etw. rot färben [z. B. Blut]
to stain with eosin eosinieren
to stakeRebpfähle einstecken
to stake (a plant) eine Pflanze mit einem Pfahl stützen
to stake everything on one card alles auf eine Karte setzen
to stake inmit Pfählen einzäunen
to stake offabstecken
to stake offdurch Pfähle abtrennen
to stake off sth. etw. mit Pfählen versehen
to stake one's claim [also fig.] seinen Claim abstecken [fig. nur ugs.]
to stake one's good name on sth. sich mit seinem guten Namen für etw. verbürgen
to stake one's lifesein Leben riskieren
to stake one's life [idiom] seinen Kopf riskieren [Redewendung]
to stake one's life on it sein Leben daran setzen
to stake one's reputation seinen Ruf aufs Spiel setzen
to stake out abstecken
to stake outLand abstecken
to stake out [coll.] eine (polizeiliche) Überwachung vornehmen
to stake out a claim Ansprüche anmelden
to stake out (a house) [coll.] [to maintain constant watch over a house] (ein Haus) polizeilich überwachen
to stake out a position eine Position behaupten
to stake out one's territory [also fig.] sein Revier abstecken [auch fig.]
to stake sb. [impale] jdn. pfählen [als Strafe]
to stake sb. out [coll.] jdn. (polizeilich) überwachen [verdächtige Person]
to stake sb./sth. out jdn./etw. (polizeilich) observieren
to stake sth.etw. einsetzen [bei Wette, riskantem Unternehmen]
to stake sth. [an animal]etw. anpflocken
to stake sth. [leather] etw. stollen [Leder]
to stake sth. [plants] etw. hochbinden
to stake sth. [risk or wager sth.] etw. [Akk.] aufs Spiel setzen [Redewendung]
to stale stallen [Wasser lassen - Tiere]
to stale urinieren [z. B. Pferd]
to stale [of livestock]harnen [selten]
to stalematepatt setzen
to stalemate [fig.] in die Enge treiben [Redewendung]
to stalk sich anschleichen
to stalksich anpirschen
to stalk pirschen
to stalk [illegally follow and watch sb.]stalken [jdm. nachstellen]
to stalk [stride in a proud manner]einherstolzieren
to stalk [stride in a proud or angry manner] stolzieren
to stalk [stride in a stiff manner] stelzen
to stalk [stride in a stiff manner] staksen [ugs.]
to stalk [stride in a stiff manner] staken [selten] [staksen]
to stalk [stride in a stiff manner] mit staksenden Schritten gehen
to stalk [stride in a stiff manner]steifbeinig gehen
to stalk sb.jdn. belästigen [bes. durch Verfolgen oder Nachschleichen]
to stalk sb. jdn. belauern
to stalk sb. jdm. nachstellen
to stalk sb./sth. sich an jdn./etw. heranschleichen
to stalk sb./sth.jdn./etw. beschleichen [nachschleichen, sich anschleichen]
to stalk sb./sth.jdn./etw. heimsuchen
to stalk sb./sth. sich an jdn./etw. anschleichen
to stalk up on sb./sth.sich an jdn./etw. heranpirschen
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