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EnglishGerman
to swing openaufschwenken
to swing open [e.g. door]aufschwingen [z. B. Tor]
to swing outausschwenken
to swing out herausklappen
to swing outaufklappen [ausschwenken]
to swing outausklappen
to swing out abschwenken
to swing out [car] ausscheren
to swing public opinion die öffentliche Meinung drehen
to swing sb. around (hard) jdn. herumreißen [jdn. im Stand schnell und energisch umdrehen]
to swing shut zuschwenken
to swing sth. back in (place)etw. wieder einschwenken
to swing sth. out of the way etw. wegschwenken
to swing the caneden Rohrstock schwingen
to swing the lead [Br.] [sl.]sich drücken [vor oder von der Arbeit]
to swing the lead [Br.] [sl.] krankfeiern [ugs.]
to swing the lead [Br.] [sl.] krankmachen [ugs.]
to swing to / shutzuschwingen
to swing to and frohin- und herpendeln
to swing to with a clang / bang [door] zuschlagen
to swing upwards [esp. gymnasts] emporschwingen [geh.] [bes. Turner]
to swing west [river] nach Westen abgelenkt werden [Fluss]
to swinge auspeitschen
to swink [archaic] sich placken [hart arbeiten]
to swipe dreinschlagen [ugs.]
to swipe wischen [auf Touchscreen]
to swipe [credit card]durchziehen
to swipe [credit card] einlesen
to swipe a card eine Karte durchziehen
to swipe at sb./sth. with sth. [to hit with a sweeping motion]mit etw. [Dat.] nach jdm./etw. schlagen [mit einer geschwungenen Armbewegung]
to swipe right nach rechts wischen
to swipe sth. [coll.] [steal sth. small, unimportant] etw. [Akk.] stibitzen [ugs.]
to swipe sth. [coll.] [steal sth. small, unimportant] etw. [Akk.] mopsen [ugs.]
to swipe sth. [coll.] [steal] etw. [Akk.] klauen [ugs.]
to swipe sth. [coll.] [steal] etw. mitgehen lassen [ugs.] [stehlen]
to swipe sth. [e.g. car] [esp. Am.]etw. streifen [berühren]
to swirl strudeln
to swirl wirbeln
to swirl herumwirbeln
to swirl verwirbeln
to swirl [of smoke, mist]wabern [regional, sonst geh.]
to swirl around sb./sth. [smoke etc.] jdn./etw. umwabern [regional, sonst geh.]
to swirl around sth. [skirt etc.]etw. umspielen [Rock etc.]
to swirl sth. upetw. [Akk.] aufwirbeln
to swishsausen
to swish rascheln
to swish the tail [e.g. horses]mit dem Schweif schlagen [z. B. Pferde]
to switch umschalten
to switch verschieben
to switchschalten
to switchtauschen
to switch [Am.] rangieren
to switch [e.g. relay] [IEC 60050] ansprechen [z. B. Relais] [IEC 60050]
to switch around umändern
to switch back and forth hin- und herwechseln
to switch back torückverlagern
to switch channelswegzappen [ugs.] [z. B. weil einem das Programm nicht gefällt]
to switch completelyins Gegenteil umschlagen
to switch completely umkippen [fig.] [ins Gegenteil umschlagen]
to switch from car to bike vom Auto aufs Fahrrad umsteigen
to switch jobssich beruflich verändern
to switch offabstellen [Gerät]
to switch off ausschalten
to switch offwegschalten
to switch off [by turning e.g. a knob]abdrehen [abschalten]
to switch off [stop paying attention or worrying about sth.] abschalten [ugs.] [nicht mehr aufmerksam sein, Abstand gewinnen]
to switch off sth. etw. ausknipsen [ugs.]
to switch off the current den Strom abschalten
to switch off the ignition die Zündung abschalten
to switch on anschalten
to switch oneinschalten
to switch on anknipsen [ugs.] [Licht]
to switch on [TV program]reinschalten [ugs.]
to switch on in addition hinzuschalten
to switch on sth. etw. [Akk.] andrehen [anschalten]
to switch one's high beams on to low abblenden
to switch one's mobile phone to silent [Br.] sein Handy auf stumm schalten
to switch out aussteigen
to switch out sth. [exchange] etw. [Akk.] austauschen [ersetzen, wechseln]
to switch out sth. [light] etw. [Akk.] löschen [geh.] [Licht]
to switch over umpolen
to switch over toumschalten
to switch over to umsteigen auf
to switch (over) to sth.auf etw. [Akk.] umschalten
to switch places den Platz wechseln
to switch placesden Platz tauschen
to switch placesdie Plätze tauschen
to switch sb. [beat with a switch] jdm. die Rute geben
to switch sidesdie Seiten wechseln
to switch sth. off etw. [Akk.] abschalten
to switch sth. off etw. ablöschen [schweiz.] [Licht]
to switch sth. onetw. [Akk.] andrehen [anschalten]
to switch (sth.) (etw.) wechseln
to switch the play [football / soccer]das Spiel verlagern [Fußball]
to switch the subject das Thema wechseln
to switch things up [Am.] [coll.]die Situation verändern
to switch to umsteigen auf
to switch to [player] wechseln zu
to switch to neutral in den / auf Leerlauf schalten [ugs. für: auf N-Position stellen]
to switch to sth. [e.g. drugs, therapy] auf etw. umstellen [z. B. Medikamente, Therapien]
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