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EnglishGerman
to strip sth. down etw. abbauen [Maschine etc.]
to strip sth. downetw. zurückbauen [Maschine etc.]
to strip the beddas Bett abziehen
to strip the bedding Bettwäsche abziehen
to strip the formworkausschalen [Schalung entfernen]
to strip (the insulation off) [wires, cables] abisolieren
to strip the thread eine Schraube überdrehen
to strip to the / one's waistden Oberkörper freimachen
to strip varnish from sth. [furniture, doors etc.] etw. [Akk.] entlacken
to stripestreifen [mit Streifen versehen]
to strip-mine (sth.) [Am.] (etw.) im Tagebau ausbeuten
to strip-search sb.eine Leibesvisitation bei jdm. vornehmen [mit Ausziehen von Kleidungsstücken]
to striptease strippen [ugs.]
to strivebestrebt sein
to strive erstreben
to strivesich anstrengen
to strive sich bemühen
to strive streben
to strive bestreben
to strivesich mühen [meist geh.]
to strive after sth.nach etw. streben
to strive after sth. sich um etw. bemühen
to strive after sth.nach etw. [Dat.] trachten [geh.]
to strive after sth.etw. [Dat.] nachstreben [geh.]
to strive against difficulties mit Schwierigkeiten ringen
to strive against sth.etw. erbittert bekämpfen
to strive against sth.gegen etw. ankämpfen
to strive against sth. sich [Akk.] gegen etw. [Akk.] sträuben [sich widersetzen]
to strive against sth.gegen etw. kämpfen
to strive against the streamgegen 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 mastery die 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. [Akk.] 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. anstreben, etw. zu tun [geh.]
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 light zum 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 chin jdm. 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 stroll schlendern
to stroll spazieren
to strollspazieren gehen
to stroll spazierengehen [alt]
to strollumherbummeln
to strollumherziehen
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 alongdahinschlendern
to stroll along (the street etc.) (die Straße etc.) entlangschlendern
to stroll aroundherumspazieren [ugs.]
to stroll aroundumherflanieren
to stroll aroundherumflanieren
to stroll around umherspazieren
to stroll (around)flanieren
to stroll past (sb./sth.) (an jdm./etw.) vorüberwandeln [veraltend] [geh.]
to stroll round / around herumbummeln [ugs.]
to stroll up and down the streetauf 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 structurebauen
to structurekonstruieren
to structure regeln
to structure gestalten [strukturieren]
to structure [essay, speech, organization] aufbauen [fig.] [strukturieren]
to structure an essay einen Aufsatz gliedern
to structure sth. etw. gliedern [strukturieren]
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