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to swell (up) aufschwellen
to swell (up) sich blähen
to swelterverschmachten
to swelter vor Hitze umkommen
to swelter (vor Hitze) vergehen
to swelter [in the heat]schmoren [fig.] [in der Hitze]
to swerve plötzlich abweichen
to swerve sich (plötzlich) seitwärts wenden
to swerve ausweichen [auch fig.]
to swerve (seitlich) ausscheren
to swerveeinen Schlenker machen [ugs.]
to swerveschlingern
to swerve abschwenken
to swerve [archaic] [from truth]abweichen [fig.] [von der Wahrheit]
to swerve [jerk (the wheel) violently] verreißen [das Steuer, den Wagen]
to swerve about (in) Schlangenlinien fahren
to swerve around sth. etw. [Dat.] ausbiegen [veraltet] [ausweichen, vermeiden]
to swerve back and forth [of a car]hin und her schlingern [eines Autos]
to swerve from sth. [duty, subject, etc.] von etw. abschweifen
to swift-boat [Am.] [coll.] [pej.] [angreifen mit Schmutzkampagnen]
to swig [coll.] (gierig) saufen
to swig [coll.] [alcoholic beverages]schlucken [ugs.] [Alkohol trinken, hier bes. in großen Zügen]
to swig (down) herunterkippen [ugs.]
to swillspülen
to swill abspülen
to swill [coll.] saufen [ugs.]
to swill [feed pigs] Schweine füttern [bes. mit Futtersuppe aus Küchenabfällen bzw. Spültrank]
to swill sth. down [esp. Br.]etw. abspülen
to swill sth. down [esp. Br.] [floor] etw. wischen
to swimschwimmen
to swim across herüberschwimmen
to swim across hinüberschwimmen
to swim across a river durch einen Fluss schwimmen
to swim against the tidegegen den Strom schwimmen [fig.]
to swim awayabschwimmen
to swim awaywegschwimmen [Personen, Tiere]
to swim backstrokerückenschwimmen
to swim for two hours non-stop zwei Stunden lang durchschwimmen
to swim in the nudenackt schwimmen
to swim lapsBahnen schwimmen
to swim like a brick wie eine bleierne Ente schwimmen
to swim like a stone [expression]wie eine bleierne Ente schwimmen [Redewendung]
to swim offabschwimmen
to swim out hinausschwimmen
to swim sth. [to cross sth. by swimming] etw. durchschwimmen
to swim sth. [to cross sth. by swimming] etw. schwimmend überqueren
to swim the crawlkraulen [Schwimmen]
to swim the (English) Channel den Ärmelkanal durchschwimmen
to swim through durchschwimmen
to swim towards itdarauf losschwimmen
to swim towards sb./sth.auf jdn./etw. zuschwimmen
to swindle bescheißen [vulg.]
to swindlebetrügen
to swindle schwindeln [beschwindeln, betrügen]
to swindle Schmu machen [ugs.]
to swindlegaunern
to swindle sb. out of sth. jdn. um etw. prellen [betrügen]
to swindle sb. out of sth.jdm. etw. abschwindeln
to swindle sb. out of sth. jdn. um etw. [Akk.] begaunern [ugs.]
to swing schaukeln
to swing schwenken
to swing schwingen
to swingsich drehen
to swingsich frei bewegen
to swing baumeln (lassen)
to swing [arms, legs etc.] schlenkern
to swing [coll.] [to be promiscuous, esp. by swapping sexual partners] swingen [ugs.] [Sexualverhalten]
to swing [e.g. needle, pointer]pendeln
to swing [play music in the style of swing, with a flowing but vigorous rhythm]swingen [in der Art des Swing ein Musikstück spielen]
to swing aboard a train auf einen fahrenden Zug aufspringen
to swing aloft (to sth.) [literary] sich [Akk.] (zu etw. [Dat.]) emporschwingen [geh.]
to swing an election [coll.]eine Wahl herumreißen [ugs.] [entscheiden]
to swing apartauseinanderschwenken
to swing aroundsich ruckartig umdrehen
to swing at sb./sth. auf jdn./etw. einschlagen
to swing at sb./sth. auf jdn./etw. einprügeln
to swing at sb./sth. zum Schlag gegen jdn./auf etw. ansetzen
to swing back zurückschwenken
to swing back zurückschwingen
to swing back and forthhin- und herpendeln
to swing back and forthhin- und herschwingen
to swing both ways [coll.] [fig.] auf beiden Ufern stehen [ugs.] [fig.]
to swing by [coll.] vorbeischauen
to swing by / past somewhere [coll.]irgendwo (kurz) vorbeischauen
to swing for a crime [fig.] für ein Verbrechen aufgehängt werden
to swing for the fences [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [attempt to satify one's highest aspirations]nach den Sternen greifen [geh.] [Redewendung] [etwas kaum Erreichbares haben wollen]
to swing forwardvorschwingen
to swing in einklappen [einschwenken]
to swing in einschwenken [z. B. Filter]
to swing Indian clubsKeulen schwingen
to swing into action [idiom] (sofort) in Aktion treten [Redewendung] [loslegen]
to swing it [coll.] [manage matters successfully] die Sache schaukeln [ugs.]
to swing offausbrechen [von der Straße, Piste etc. abkommen]
to swing offabkommen [von der Straße, Piste, etc.]
to swing offausschwingen
to swing offabschwenken
to swing (one's arms)(mit den Armen) schlenkern
to swing one's legs die Beine baumeln lassen
to swing one's legsmit den Beinen baumeln
to swing (oneself) over sth.sich [Akk.] über etw. [Akk.] schwingen
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