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to swing for the fences [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [attempt to satisfy one's highest aspirations]nach den Sternen greifen [geh.] [Redewendung] [etwas kaum Erreichbares haben wollen]
to swing forward vorschwingen
to swing in einklappen [einschwenken]
to swing ineinschwenken [z. B. Filter]
to swing Indian clubs Keulen schwingen
to swing into action [idiom] (sofort) in Aktion treten [Redewendung] [loslegen]
to swing it [coll.] [idiom] [manage matters successfully] die Sache schaukeln [ugs.]
to swing off ausbrechen [von der Straße, Piste etc. abkommen]
to swing off abkommen [von der Straße, Piste, etc.]
to swing off ausschwingen
to swing off abschwenken
to swing (one's arms)(mit den Armen) schlenkern
to swing one's legs die Beine baumeln lassen
to swing one's legs mit den Beinen baumeln
to swing (oneself) over sth.sich [Akk.] über etw. [Akk.] schwingen
to swing openaufschwenken
to swing open [e.g. door]aufschwingen [z. B. Tor]
to swing out ausschwenken
to swing out herausklappen
to swing out aufklappen [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 shutzuschwenken
to swing sth. back in (place)etw. wieder einschwenken
to swing sth. out of the way etw. wegschwenken
to swing the cane den 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 swipewischen [auf Touchscreen]
to swipe [credit card] durchziehen
to swipe [credit card]einlesen
to swipe a cardeine 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 swirlstrudeln
to swirlwirbeln
to swirl herumwirbeln
to swirlverwirbeln
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 swirl up aufwirbeln
to swish sausen
to swish rascheln
to swish the tail [e.g. horses] mit dem Schweif schlagen [z. B. Pferde]
to switchumschalten
to switchverschieben
to switchschalten
to switch tauschen
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 to rückverlagern
to switch channelswegzappen [ugs.] [z. B. weil einem das Programm nicht gefällt]
to switch completely ins Gegenteil umschlagen
to switch completely umkippen [fig.] [ins Gegenteil umschlagen]
to switch from car to bikevom Auto aufs Fahrrad umsteigen
to switch jobs sich beruflich verändern
to switch off abstellen [Gerät]
to switch off ausschalten
to switch off wegschalten
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 off the light das Licht ausmachen [ugs.]
to switch on anschalten
to switch on einschalten
to switch onanknipsen [ugs.] [Licht]
to switch on [TV program]reinschalten [ugs.]
to switch on in additionhinzuschalten
to switch on sth.etw. [Akk.] andrehen [anschalten]
to switch on the light das Licht anmachen [ugs.]
to switch one's high beams on to lowabblenden
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 to umschalten
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