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to swear up and down [Am.] [coll.] [idiom]Stein und Bein schwören [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to swear vilelywüst fluchen
to sweatschwitzen
to sweat [pipe solder joint]löten
to sweat [workers]schinden [Arbeitskräfte]
to sweat away [coll.] malochen [ugs.]
to sweat away at sth. sich [Akk.] (mit etw. [Dat.]) abrackern [ugs.] [schuften]
to sweat blood [coll.]sich abrackern [ugs.]
to sweat blood [coll.] [idiom]Blut und Wasser schwitzen [Redewendung]
to sweat buckets [coll.]stark schwitzen
to sweat bullets [coll.] heftig schwitzen [z. B. vor Angst]
to sweat like a pig [coll.] wie ein Schwein schwitzen [derb]
to sweat like a pig [coll.] wie ein Affe schwitzen [ugs.]
to sweat like a pig [idiom]schwitzen wie ein Schwein [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to sweat like a pig / like pigs [coll.] tierisch schwitzen [ugs.]
to sweat like hell [fig.] [coll.] sich [Dat.] einen abschwitzen [ugs.]
to sweat like mad [fig.] [coll.] sich [Dat.] einen abschwitzen [ugs.]
to sweat outausschwitzen
to sweat out sth. [Am.] [sl.] etw. mit Angst erwarten
to sweat (over sth.) [fig.] [coll.] sich [Akk.] (mit etw. [Dat.]) abrackern [ugs.]
to sweat profuselystark schwitzen
to sweat sth. etw. anschwitzen
to sweat sth. [worry about sth.] vor etw. [Dat.] zittern
to sweat sth. off etw. abschwitzen [Gewicht]
to sweep entlangstreichen
to sweep kippen [Strahl, Signal]
to sweep löschen
to sweep abtasten
to sweep [move in a confident and stately manner]rauschen [z. B.: durch den Saal rauschen]
to sweep [move swiftly] dahinsausen
to sweep [wind, glance]streichen [über etw.] [fegen, gleiten]
to sweep [with a broom]ausfegen
to sweep [with a broom] kehren
to sweep a curtsy einen Knicks machen
to sweep across sth. [storm etc.]über etw. fegen [Sturm etc.]
to sweep across sth. [storm, hurricane, etc.]über etw. [Akk.] hinwegfegen [Sturm, Orkan etc.]
to sweep an office for bugs [fig.] [electronic countersurveillance] ein Büro auf Wanzen filzen [fig.] [ugs.] [elektronische Gegenüberwachung]
to sweep aside [fig.]beiseitewischen [fig.]
to sweep awayerfassen [mit sich reißen - Strömung etc.]
to sweep away [by tide, flood etc.]fortschwemmen
to sweep for absuchen nach
to sweep minesMinen räumen
to sweep out sth. [the kitchen etc.] etw. auskehren [die Küche etc.] [bes. südd.]
to sweep over sth. [storm, hurricane etc.] über etw. hinwegfegen [Sturm, Orkan etc.]
to sweep sb. along [fig.]jdn. fortreißen [begeistern]
to sweep sb. off his / her feet [idiom]jdn. umhauen [fig.] [ugs.] [bes. vor Bewunderung, Liebe]
to sweep sb. off his / her feet [idiom] jds. Herz im Sturm erobern [Redewendung]
to sweep sb. off sb.'s feet [idiom] jdn. von den Beinen reißen [Redewendung]
to sweep sb. to his / her death jdn. in den Tod reißen [Lawine etc.]
to sweep sb./sth. out of the way jdn./etw. aus dem Weg räumen
to sweep sth. [to thoroughly search sth.]etw. [Akk.] gründlich durchsuchen
to sweep sth. [with a broom]etw. [Akk.] fegen
to sweep sth. [with a broom]etw. abkehren [bes. südd.]
to sweep sth. [with a broom] etw. abfegen [bes. nordd.]
to sweep sth. away [brush away, e.g. leaves] etw. [Akk.] wegfegen [bes. nordd.] [wegkehren, z. B. Blätter]
to sweep sth. away [e.g. storm: the roof] etw. [Akk.] wegfegen [z. B. Sturm: das Dach]
to sweep sth. away [fig.] etw. hinwegfegen [fig.] [geh.]
to sweep sth. away [to remove sth.] etw. [Akk.] wegkehren [besonders südd.] [wegfegen]
to sweep sth. under the carpet [also fig.] etw. unter den Teppich kehren [auch fig.]
to sweep sth. under the carpet [also fig.] etw. unter den Teppich fegen [auch fig.]
to sweep sth. under the mat / rug [also fig.]etw. unter den Teppich kehren [auch fig.]
to sweep sth. under the table etw. unter den Tisch kehren
to sweep the board alles abräumen [ugs.] [alle Preise gewinnen, überall Erster sein]
to sweep the chimney den Schornstein fegen
to sweep the leaves [e.g. from the lawn] das Laub kehren [z. B. vom Rasen]
to sweep the market den Markt leerfegen
to sweep the marketden Markt leer fegen
to sweep the opposition into office die Opposition ans Ruder bringen
to sweep the stakes alles einstecken
to sweep the street die Strasse wischen [schweiz.] [Straße fegen, kehren]
to sweep through sth. [e.g. storm through a valley] durch etw. [Akk.] fegen [z. B. Sturm durch ein Tal]
to sweep toward [Am.] jdm./etw. entgegenfegen
to sweep towards sb./sth. [Br.]jdm./etw. entgegenfegen
to sweep upauffegen [bes. nordd]
to sweep up / together zusammenfegen [bes. nordd.]
to sweep up / togetherzusammenkehren [bes. südd.]
to sweep (up)aufkehren [österr.] [südd.]
to sweeten süßen
to sweeten sth. etw. absüßen [veraltend für etw. süß machen bzw. fachspr. im Hüttenwesen]
to sweeten sth. [also fig.: make more agreeable]etw. versüßen [selten: süß machen; meist fig.: angenehmer machen]
to sweeten sth. [fig.] [make more agreeable]etw. angenehmer machen
to sweeten the pill [fig.] [to make something bad seem less unpleasant] die Pille versüßen [fig.]
to sweeten to tastenach Belieben nachsüßen
to sweet-talkjdm. schmeicheln [mit Worten]
to sweet-talk sb. jdm. schöntun
to sweet-talk sb. [coll.]jdn. becircen [ugs.] [charmant überreden]
to sweet-talk sb. [coll.] jdn. bezirzen [ugs.] [charmant überreden]
to sweet-talk sb. [coll.] jdm. um den Bart gehen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to sweet-talk sb. into doing sth. [coll.] jdn. mit Schmeicheleien dazu bringen, etw. zu tun
to sweet-talk sb. into doing sth. [coll.]jdn. beschwatzen, etw. zu tun [ugs.]
to swell anschwellen
to swell schwellen
to swell quellen
to swellverquellen
to swell out einen Bauch haben
to swell outpludern [sich bauschen, pludrig sein]
to swell sth. etw. blähen
to swell the heart [fig.] das Herz weiten [fig.]
to swell upanschwellen
to swell (up)aufquellen
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