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to struggle with sth. sich [Akk., auch Dat.] mit etw. schwertun [ugs.]
to struggle with sth.sich mit etw. [Dat.] herumplagen [ugs.]
to struggle with sth. sich mit etw. [Dat.] rumplagen [ugs.]
to struggle with sth. [carrying a heavy or bulky object]sich [Akk.] mit etw. [Dat.] abschleppen [ugs.]
to strum klimpern
to strum anschlagen
to strum sth. [strings of an instrument] etw. [Akk.] schrummen [ugs.] [Saiten einer Gitarre etc.]
to strutsich brüsten
to strut [to support] verstreben
to strut [to walk proudly]stolzieren [pej.]
to strut along (stolz) einherschreiten [geh.]
to strut around / about herumstolzieren [ugs.]
to strut around townin der Stadt herumstolzieren [ugs.]
to strut inhereinstolzieren
to strut one's stuff [coll.] [abilities] zeigen, was man draufhat [ugs.]
to strut one's stuff [coll.] [possessions] zeigen, was man hat
to strut one's stuff [sexually] zeigen, was man hat
to strut (one's) stuff zeigen, was man kann
to strut past vorbeistolzieren
to stub roden [Land]
to stub reuten [südd.] [österr.] [schweiz. veraltet] [roden]
to stub [one's toe accidentally] [sich versehentlich den Zeh] stoßen
to stub one's toe on sth. sich [Dat.] den Zeh an etw. [Dat.] stoßen
to stub outausdrücken [Zigarette]
to stub out ausroden [Bäume]
to stubbornly insist on sth. [less usual also: to insist stubbornly on sth.]steif und fest auf etw. [Dat.] beharren
to stucco stuckieren
to stucco sth. etw. [Akk.] mit Stuck versehen [Wände, Decken]
to stud übersäen
to stud besprenkeln [fig.] [übersäen]
to stud [adorn]verzieren
to stud sth. etw. beschlagen [mit Nägeln]
to stud sth. [decorate or join with studs] etw. nieten
to stud sth. [with jewels etc.] etw. besetzen [mit Schmucksteinen etc.]
to studiously avoid sb. jdm. geflissentlich aus dem Weg gehen
to study lernen
to studystudieren
to studyuntersuchen
to study beobachten
to study [learn] strebern [österr.] [ugs.]
to study [rehearse] einstudieren
to study a bookein Buch sorgfältig lesen
to study a catalogue einen Katalog studieren
to study a map eine Karte studieren
to study a play ein Schauspiel einstudieren
to study a problemüber ein Problem nachdenken
to study a project ein Projekt erwägen
to study a speech eine Rede einstudieren
to study a texteinen Text sorgfältig lesen
to study a topicein Thema durchnehmen
to study abroadim Ausland studieren
to study all possibilities alle Möglichkeiten erwägen
to study all sides of a questionüber alle Seiten eines Problems nachdenken
to study at Harvard (University)an der Harvard-Universität studieren
to study business [as an academic major] Betriebswirtschaft studieren
to study business [as an academic major]BWL studieren
to study classics Altphilologie studieren
to study economics Volkswirtschaft studieren
to study economicsVWL studieren
to study financeFinanzwesen studieren
to study for a degreestudieren (mit dem Ziel, einen akademischen Grad zu erwerben)
to study for the bar Jura studieren
to study for the bar für die Rechtsanwaltsprüfung lernen
to study further [to continue studies e.g. toward a degree] sich weiterbilden
to study hard fleißig lernen
to study history at college Geschichte an der Universität studieren
to study languagesSprachen lernen
to study law Jura studieren
to study lawJus studieren [österr.]
to study mathematics Mathematik studieren
to study medicine Medizin studieren
to study one's part in a play eine Rolle einstudieren
to study physics Physik studieren
to study sth. über etw. nachsinnen
to study sth. [analyze]etw. [Akk.] analysieren
to study sth. [research]etw. [Akk.] erforschen
to study sth. [view carefully] etw. genau betrachten
to study the pros and cons das Für und Wider abwägen
to study (the) law [civil and canon law] die Rechte studieren [veraltet]
to study to become a teacher für das Lehramt studieren
to study to become a teacherauf Lehramt studieren [ugs.]
to study to do sth. [archaic] [make an effort to do sth.]suchen, etw. zu tun [geh.] [bemüht sein, etw. zu tun]
to study under sb. bei jdm. studieren [bei einem bestimmten Professor]
to study up [Am.] pauken [ugs.]
to study voice Gesang studieren
to study with sb.bei jdm. studieren [bei einem bestimmten Professor]
[to study sth. just because it will provide / guarantee a well-paid job] ein Brotstudium betreiben [ugs.]
to stuffstopfen
to stuffnudeln [ugs.] [fig.]
to stuffausschoppen [bayer.] [österr.] [ugs.] [ausstopfen]
to stuff farcieren
to stuff [oil, grease] abdichten [Öle, Fette]
to stuff chairs Stühle polstern
to stuff geese for roasting Gänse zum Braten füllen
to stuff one's face [sl.] mampfen [ugs.]
to stuff oneself [coll.]sich [Akk.] vollstopfen [ugs.] [mit Essen]
to stuff oneself [coll.] [often pej.]sich vollfressen [ugs.] [pej.]
to stuff oneself [coll.] [often pej.] [idiom] sich [Dat.] den Bauch vollschlagen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to stuff oneself (with food) [coll.] sich satt fressen [ugs.]
to stuff sb. [Br.] [sl.] [vulg.] [have sexual intercourse with a woman]jdn. stopfen [ugs.] [koitieren]
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