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EnglishGerman
to team up sich zusammenschließen
to team up with sb.sich mit jdm. zusammentun
to team up with sb.sich jdm. anschließen
to team up with sb. mit jdm. zusammenarbeiten
to team-teach with sb. mit jdm. gemeinsam unterrichten
to tearreißen
to tearzerreißen
to tear ziehen
to tearverschleißen
to tearanreißen
to tear [race] fetzen [ugs.] [rasen]
to tear [to dash] preschen
to tear [water] tränen
to tear / rip sth. off sth. etw. von etw. losreißen [abreißen]
to tear / rip sth. off sth. etw. von etw. abreißen [abtrennen]
to tear / rip sth. out of sth. etw. aus etw. losreißen [herausreißen]
to tear a book to pieces [fig.] ein Buch verreißen
to tear a hole in ein Loch reißen in
to tear a muscle sich [Dat.] einen Muskelfaserriss zuziehen
to tear a muscle sich [Dat.] einen Muskel zerren
to tear a page from sth. ein Blatt von etw. abreißen [Heft, Block, Kalender etc.]
to tear a strip off sb. [coll.]jdn. zur Minna machen [ugs.]
to tear a strip off sb. [coll.] [idiom]jdn. zur Schnecke machen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to tear along [coll.]entlangrasen
to tear apartauseinanderreißen
to tear apart auseinandernehmen
to tear around [coll.] rumdüsen [ugs.]
to tear around [coll.] [move very quickly in a reckless or excited manner]herumflitzen [ugs.]
to tear at sth. an etw. [Dat.] zerren
to tear away wegreißen
to tear away fortreißen [wegreißen]
to tear away from sb./sth.sich von jdm./etw. losreißen
to tear down abbrechen
to tear down abrüsten
to tear down herunterreißen
to tear down [building] abreißen [Gebäude]
to tear each other apart over sth. [fig.] sich wegen etw. [meist Gen., auch Dat.] zerfleischen [fig.]
to tear in half entzweireißen
to tear in twoentzweireißen
to tear into sb. [coll.] [verbally] sich über jdn. hermachen [ugs.] [verbal]
to tear (it) up [at sth.] [Am.] [sl.] sehr gut sein [in etw.]
to tear loose (from sth.) sich [Akk.] losreißen (von etw. [Dat.])
to tear off abreißen [Knopf etc.]
to tear offwegreißen
to tear off the nerveavulsieren
to tear one's eyes away from sb./sth. [idiom] den Blick von jdm./etw. losreißen [Redewendung]
to tear one's hair (out) [fig.] sich [Dat.] die Haare raufen / ausraufen [fig.]
to tear open aufreißen
to tear open the door die Tür aufreißen
to tear out herausreißen
to tear out ausreißen [Blatt, Haare, Knöpfe]
to tear out rausreißen [ugs. für: herausreißen]
to tear past [coll.] vorbeirasen [ugs.]
to tear past sb. an jdm. vorbeipreschen
to tear sb. away from sth.jdn. von etw. losreißen
to tear sb. limb from limbjdn. in Stücke reißen
to tear sb. off a strip [Br.] [coll.] jdn. zusammenstauchen [ugs.]
to tear sb. off a strip [Br.] [idiom]jdm. die Leviten lesen [Redwendung]
to tear sb. off a strip [coll.]jdn. zur Minna machen [ugs.]
to tear sb. up [fig.] [inwardly] jdn. zerreißen [fig.] [innerlich]
to tear sb./ sth. apart [also fig.]jdn./etw. zerreißen [auch fig.]
to tear sb./sth. apartjdn./etw. auseinander nehmen [alt] [fig.]
to tear sb./sth. asunder [also fig.]jdn./etw. zerreißen [auch fig.]
to tear sb./sth. off jdn./etw. fortreißen [wegreißen]
to tear sb./sth. to piecesjdn./etw. auseinander nehmen [alt] [fig.]
to tear sb./sth. to piecesjdn./etw. zerfleischen [mit den Zähnen, dem Schnabel, den Klauen zerreißen]
to tear sb./sth. to pieces [idiom] [criticize harshly] jdn./etw. verreißen [vernichtend kritisieren]
to tear sb.'s heart out [idiom] [make very sad]jdm. das Herz zerreißen [Redewendung] [tieftraurig stimmen]
to tear sth. along the dotted lineetw. an / entlang der punktierten Linie abtrennen
to tear sth. apart etw. zerzupfen
to tear sth. downetw. niederreißen
to tear sth. down etw. zerstören
to tear sth. down from sth.etw. [Akk.] von etw. [Dat.] losreißen [herunterreißen]
to tear sth. in half etw. durchreißen
to tear sth. in twoetw. (in der Mitte) durchreißen
to tear sth. in twoetw. (mitten) durchreißen
to tear sth. in two / half etw. durchreißen
to tear sth. to bits etw. [Akk.] zerrupfen
to tear sth. to pieces etw. [Akk.] verhackstücken [ugs.]
to tear strips off sb. [coll.]jdn. zur Minna machen [ugs.]
to tear strips off sb. [coll.] [idiom] jdn. zur Schnecke machen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to tear to pieces in Stücke reißen
to tear to pieces in Stücke zerreißen
to tear to piecesauseinandernehmen
to tear to ribbons in Fetzen reißen [Stoff]
to tear to shreds als schlecht hinstellen
to tear to shreds scharf kritisieren
to tear to shreds in Stücke reißen
to tear to shreds zerreißen
to tear to shreds zerfetzen
to tear to shreds verreißen
to tear up zerfetzen
to tear upzerreißen
to tear up aufreißen
to tear up [coll.]fast in Tränen ausbrechen
to tear up [coll.] [begin to cry] feuchte Augen bekommen
to tear up [ground, road e.g.] aufwühlen [Boden, Straße z. B.]
to tear-gasmit Tränengas besprühen
to tease foppen
to tease sticheln
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