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to trip out [Am.] Drogen nehmen
to trip out [fuse] auslösen [Sicherung]
to trip out [sl.] [to freak out/to become angry or enraged or crazy] ausflippen
to trip out [to get high/to hallucinate because of the intake of a drug] auf einen Trip gehen [ugs.]
to trip over [fig.] sich überschlagen [fig.] [vor Hilfsbereitschaft]
to trip over one's tonguesich versprechen
to trip over one's tongue sich [Akk.] verquasseln [ugs.] [sich versprechen]
to trip over sb./sth.stolpern über jdn./etw.
to trip sb. upjdm. ein Bein stellen
to trip sb. upjdn. stolpern lassen
to trip sb. up jdm. ein Beinchen stellen [ugs.]
to trip sb. upjdn. haken [Bein stellen]
to trip sb. up [also fig.]jdn. zu Fall bringen
to trip sb. up [fig.] [to cause sb. to make a mistake]jdn. aufs Glatteis führen [fig.]
to trip sb. (up) [also fig.] jdm. ein Haxel stellen [österr.] [ugs.] [auch fig.] [ein Bein stellen]
to trip sb./sth.jdn./etw. zum Stolpern bringen
to trip the light fantastic (with sb.) (mit jdm.) das Tanzbein schwingen [hum.]
to trip up (on sth.) (über etw.) stolpern
to triple (sich) verdreifachen
to triple-jump [do the field event]dreispringen [Dreisprung als Leichtathletikdisziplin betreiben]
to triplicatedreifach ausfertigen
to trisect dreimal teilen
to trisect dreiteilen
to trituratepulverisieren
to triturate zerreiben
to trituratezerstoßen
to trituratezermahlen
to triumphtriumphieren
to triumphsiegen
to triumph over sb./sth.über jdn./etw. triumphieren
to trivialise [Br.]trivialisieren
to trivialise sth. [Br.]etw. herunterspielen [ugs.] [kleinreden]
to trivialise sth. [Br.]etw. [Akk.] verniedlichen
to trivialise sth. [Br.] etw. kleinreden
to trivialize trivialisieren
to trivialize verniedlichen
to trivialize [idea, feeling]banalisieren
to trivialize sth.etw. [Akk.] bagatellisieren
to troll fischen [fig.]
to trollangeln [fig.]
to troll trollen [ugs.] [als Troll auftreten]
to troll [esp. Br.] [coll.] [walk] laufen
to troll sth. [archaic] etw. lautstark singen [Refrain]
to troll the streets [coll.] auf den Straßen unterwegs sein [auf der Suche nach etw.]
to tromp [Am.] [coll.] stapfen
to tromp [Am.] [coll.] stampfen
to troop the colours [Br.] die Fahnenparade abhalten
to troop togethersich sammeln
to troop togethersich scharen
to troop up sich sammeln
to troop upsich scharen
to trope tropieren
to tropicalize tropenfest machen
to trot trotten
to trottraben
to trot traben [ugs.] [von Personen]
to trottrottieren [veraltet]
to trot about einhertraben
to trot awayabtraben
to trot away davontraben
to trot away wegtraben
to trot away davonzockeln [ugs.]
to trot away davontrippeln
to trot off abtraben
to trot offdavontraben
to trot off wegtraben
to trot off davonzockeln [ugs.]
to trot off davontrippeln
to trot off [coll.] losziehen [ugs.]
to trot off [coll.]abziehen [ugs.] [weggehen]
to trot off / away lostraben
to trot out [coll.] von sich geben
to trot out a hackneyed cliche tief in die Klischeekiste greifen
to trot out sth. [coll.] [excuses, lies] etw. auftischen [ugs.] [fig.]
to trot out sth. [coll.] [to produce unthinkingly]mit etw. kommen [ugs.]
to trot up herantraben
to trot up to sb./sth. [away from observer]zu jdm./etw. hintrotten
to trot up to sb./sth. [towards observer] zu jdm./etw. hertrotten
to troth-plight sb. [archaic] [rare] jdm. die Ehe versprechen
to trouble beunruhigen
to trouble stören
to trouble belästigen
to trouble quälen
to trouble sich abmühen
to trouble sich plagen
to trouble (sich) bemühen
to trouble oneself about sth. sich um etw. Mühe machen
to trouble sb.jdm. Schwierigkeiten bereiten / machen
to trouble sb.jdn. bekümmern
to trouble sb. [raise doubts] jdn. anfechten [geh.] [beunruhigen, bekümmern]
to trouble sb. (deeply)jdn. grämen
to trouble sb. to come downjdn. herunterbemühen
to trouble sb. (with sth.) jdn. (mit etw. [Dat.]) behelligen
to trouble sb./sth. jdn./etw. heimsuchen [quälen]
to troubleshoot Fehler suchen
to troubleshoot Fehler beheben
to trough [coll.] tief fallen [auf ein tiefes Niveau]
to trounce sb. [beat severely, thrash] jdn. verhauen [ugs.]
to trounce sb. [rebuke severely] jdn. scharf zurechtweisen
to trounce sb. [thrash]jdn. verprügeln
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