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to tuckzurückstreifen
to tuck verstauen
to tuck einklemmen
to tuck [put] stecken
to tuck / pull up one's skirtseinen Rock hochnehmen
to tuck away sth. etw. verstecken
to tuck in [Br.] [coll.] [eat] zuschlagen [ugs.] [essen]
to tuck in [coll.] fest zulangen [ugs.] [beim Essen]
to tuck in [coll.] spachteln [ugs.] [reichlich essen]
to tuck in [coll.] [eat] reinhauen [ugs.] [essen]
to tuck in / up sb.jdn. (warm) zudecken
to tuck in one's chindas Kinn anziehen
to tuck into sth. [coll.] [to eat heartily]sich [Dat.] etw. schmecken lassen [viel essen, sich reichlich nehmen]
to tuck one's arm into sb.'s sich bei jdm. einhaken
to tuck one's arm into sb.'ssich bei jdm. einhängen
to tuck one's shirt indas Hemd in die Hose stopfen [ugs.]
to tuck one's shirt indas Hemd in die Hose stecken
to tuck oneself up sich zudecken
to tuck sb. in [coll.] jdn. ins Bett bringen
to tuck sb. into bed jdn. ins Bett stecken [ugs.]
to tuck sb. up [Br.] [coll.] [to swindle, cheat]jdn. übers Ohr hauen [ugs.]
to tuck sth. [a hem]etw. [Akk.] umlegen [einen Saum]
to tuck sth. [put tucks in]Biesen in etw. [Akk.] nähen
to tuck sth. into sth. [clothes] etw. in etw. [Akk.] hineinstopfen [Kleidung]
to tuck up zurückstreifen
to tuck (up) [legs, thighs, knees etc.] anziehen [Beine, Oberschenkel, Knie usw.]
to tuck (up) [legs]anhocken [Beine]
to tucker sb. out [Am.] [coll.] jdn. total fertigmachen [ugs.]
to tucker sb. (out) [Am.] [coll.] [to exhaust sb.] jdn. fertigmachen [ugs.] [erschöpfen]
to tuft stopfen [Steppdecke, Matratze, Polsterung]
to tuft steppen [Steppdecke, Matratze, Polsterung]
to tugzerren
to tug schleppen
to tug ziehen
to tug [at sb.'s sleeve]zupfen [jdn. am Ärmel]
to tug at sb.'s sleeve jdn./jdm. am Ärmel zupfen
to tug at someone's heartstrings [idiom] jdm. das Herz zerreißen [geh.] [Redewendung] [jdn. zutiefst bekümmern]
to tug at sth.(heftig) an etw. [Dat.] reißen
to tug at etw. [Dat.] zerren
to tug at sth.(heftig) an etw. [Dat.] ziehen [zerren]
to tumblepurzeln
to tumble taumeln
to tumbleumstürzen
to tumblehinfallen
to tumble sich überschlagen
to tumbleauf Talfahrt sein [fig.] [abstürzen]
to tumble [fall] fallen
to tumble [fall]stürzen [fallen]
to tumble by (sth.)(an etw. [Dat.]) vorbeipurzeln
to tumble down [to collapse]einstürzen [in sich zusammenfallen, zusammenbrechen]
to tumble dry im Trockner trocknen
to tumble into the abyssin den Abgrund taumeln
to tumble onto sth. [coll.] etw. spitzbekommen [ugs.]
to tumble over umfallen
to tumble over umkippen
to tumble over sich überpurzeln [österr.] [überschlagen]
to tumble sth. etw. walken [Felle, Leder]
to tumble to one's death in den Tod stürzen
to tumble to sth. [coll.]etw. spitzkriegen [ugs.]
to tumble to sth. [coll.]etw. plötzlich kapieren [ugs.]
to tumble up sich auf das Deck hinauftummeln [rennen]
to tumble up [from bed] (aus dem Bett) aufstehen
to tumefy schwellen
to tumefy anschwellen lassen
to tumesce anschwellen
to tune abstimmen
to tune tunen
to tune frisieren [ugs.]
to tune justieren [abstimmen]
to tuneanpassen
to tune a piano ein Klavier stimmen
to tune a violin eine Geige stimmen
to tune down [scordatura] herabstimmen [Skordatur]
to tune ineinschalten
to tune (in) toeinstellen [Sender, Programm]
to tune outabschalten
to tune out nicht mehr zuhören
to tune sth. etw. [Akk.] durchstimmen
to tune sth. [a violin, a piano, a harp, etc.] etw. [Akk.] stimmen [eine Geige, ein Klavier, eine Harfe etc.]
to tune sth. [also fig.]etw. abgleichen [auch fig.]
to tune sth. [instrument]etw. akkordieren [veraltet] [Instrument (rein) stimmen]
to tune sth. (to sth.) [a string instrument]etw. einstimmen (auf etw. [Akk.]) [ein Saiteninstrument]
to tune up instruments die Instrumente stimmen
to tune up sth. [a musical instrument] etw. stimmen [ein Musikinstrument]
to tunnelwühlen
to tunneleinen Tunnel graben
to tunnel one's way through sth. sich durch etw. graben
to tunnel throughuntertunneln [Berg]
to tunnel through durchtunneln
to tunnel through sth. [esp. a mountain]etw. tunnelieren [österr.] [einen Tunnel bauen, z. B. einen Berg tunnelieren]
to tunnel (through) sth. etw. durchtunneln [z. B. Halbleiter]
to tunnel underuntertunneln
to tup sth. [esp. Br.] [ram: copulate with a ewe] etw. bespringen [Widder: ein weibliches Schaf]
to tup sth. [esp. Br.] [ram: copulate with a ewe] etw. decken [Widder: ein weibliches Schaf]
to turbocharge sth. [coll.] [dramatically improve]etw. auf Touren bringen
to turf [gardens, football pitches] mit Fertigrasen bedecken
to turf out [coll.] rausschmeißen [ugs.]
to turf sb. out of sth. [Br.] [coll.] jdn. aus etw. [Dat.] rausschmeißen [ugs.]
to turf sb. out of sth. [coll.] jdn. aus etw. schmeißen [ugs.]
to Turkey in die Türkei
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