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to strive against the stream gegen den Strom schwimmen
to strive for / after sth. für / nach etw. eifern
to strive (for / after)ringen (um)
to strive (for, after) sich mühen (um) [meist geh.]
to strive for masterydie Meisterschaft anstreben
to strive for perfection nach Perfektion streben
to strive for recognition (nach) Anerkennung heischen [geh.]
to strive for sth. nach etw. [Dat.] eifern
to strive for sth. nach etw. [Dat.] trachten [geh.]
to strive for sth. etw. anstreben [geh.]
to strive for sth. nach etw. [Dat.] streben
to strive for sth. etw. [Dat.] nachstreben [geh.]
to strive forward vorwärtsstreben
to strive to achieve one's goals Ziele anstreben
to strive to achieve sth.danach streben, etw. zu erreichen [Erfolg, Ruhm etc.]
to strive to do sth. bestrebt sein, etw. zu tun
to strive to do sth. bemüht sein, etw. zu tun
to strive toward / towards the lightzum Licht emporstreben [geh.]
to strive towards sth. etw. [Dat.] entgegenstreben [einem Ziel]
to strive upward / upwards [to the light, the stars, etc.]emporstreben [zum Licht, zu den Sternen etc.]
to strive with an opponent mit einem Gegner ringen
to strive with sb. mit jdm. wetteifern
to strobeabtasten
to strobilate strobilieren
to strokestreichen [mit der Hand]
to stroke sb. under the chinjdm. am / das Kinn kraulen
to stroke sb./sth. [caress] jdn./etw. streicheln
to stroke sb./sth. [caress] jdn./etw. liebkosen
to stroke sb.'s hair (affectionately) jdm. (liebevoll) übers Haar streichen
to stroke sth.über etw. streichen
to strollbummeln
to stroll lustwandeln [geh.] [veraltend]
to strollschlendern
to strollspazieren
to stroll spazieren gehen
to strollspazierengehen [alt]
to strollumherbummeln
to stroll umherziehen
to stroll wandeln [gehen]
to stroll a dog (in a stroller) [rare] einen Hund (in einem Kinderwagen) ausführen
to stroll a dog (in a stroller) [rare] [to push a dog in a stroller]einen Hund in einem Kinderwagen spazieren fahren
to stroll about umherstreifen
to stroll about herumschlendern
to stroll about [Br.] müßig herumspazieren [geh.]
to stroll about [Br.] [v/i] [Am.] flanieren über
to stroll along dahinschlendern
to stroll along (the street etc.) (die Straße etc.) entlangschlendern
to stroll aroundherumspazieren [ugs.]
to stroll aroundumherflanieren
to stroll around herumflanieren
to stroll around umherspazieren
to stroll (around)flanieren
to stroll round / aroundherumbummeln [ugs.]
to stroll up and down the street auf der Straße bummeln gehen
to stroll up and down (the street etc.) (die Straße etc.) auf und ab gehen
to stroll up to sb./sth. auf jdn./etw. zuschlendern
to strong-arm [to intimidate]unter Druck setzen
to strong-arm sb. [to beat up]jdn. zusammenschlagen [ugs.]
to strongly advise against doing sth. stark davon abraten, etw. zu tun
to strop abziehen [Rasiermesser]
to strop (auf dem Streichriemen) schärfen
to strow [archaic] streuen
to structure bauen
to structurekonstruieren
to structureregeln
to structuregestalten [strukturieren]
to structure [essay, speech, organization] aufbauen [fig.] [strukturieren]
to structure an essayeinen Aufsatz gliedern
to structure sth. etw. gliedern [strukturieren]
to structure sth.etw. [Akk.] strukturieren
to structure sth. etw. anordnen [ordnen, strukturieren]
to structure sth.etw. anlegen [gestalten, strukturieren]
to struggle ringen
to strugglesich balgen
to struggle kämpfen
to struggle sich abmühen
to strugglesich abquälen
to strugglesich anstrengen
to struggle sich bemühen
to struggle sich mühen [meist geh.]
to struggle sich rackern [ugs.]
to struggle sich wehren
to struggle sich winden
to struggle strampeln
to strugglestreiten
to struggle herumkrebsen [ugs.]
to struggle sich abstrudeln [österr.] [ugs.]
to struggle rackern [ugs.]
to strugglesich abrackern [ugs.]
to strugglesich schwer tun
to strugglesich abfretten [bayer., österr.] [ugs.] [sich abmühen]
to struggle sich abmergeln [ugs.] [sich abmühen]
to struggle asten [ugs.] [sich abmühen]
to struggle zappeln
to struggle rudern [fig.] [sich anstrengen]
to struggle [through, over sth.]sich quälen [durch, über etw.]
to struggle [to toil or labor arduously] sich placken [ugs.]
to struggle against povertygegen Armut kämpfen
to struggle against sth. mit etw. ringen
to struggle against sth. sich gegen etw. wehren
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