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to trottrotten
to trottraben
to trottraben [ugs.] [von Personen]
to trot trottieren [veraltet]
to trot abouteinhertraben
to trot away abtraben
to trot awaydavontraben
to trot awaywegtraben
to trot away davonzockeln [ugs.]
to trot away davontrippeln
to trot offabtraben
to trot off davontraben
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 / awaylostraben
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. [Dat.] 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 troublebeunruhigen
to troublestören
to trouble belästigen
to trouble quälen
to trouble sich abmühen
to troublesich 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 down jdn. herunterbemühen
to trouble sb. (with sth.) jdn. (mit etw. [Dat.]) behelligen
to trouble sb./sth. jdn./etw. heimsuchen [quälen]
to troubleshoot Fehler suchen
to troubleshootFehler 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
to trounce sb./sth. [to defeat decisively]jdn./etw. vernichtend schlagen
to trouser sth. [some form of money] [coll.] etw. einstecken [Geld]
to trow [archaic] [believe] glauben
to trowel abkellen
to trowel putzen
to trowelspachteln
to trowel fill verspachteln
to trowel sth. on [Br.] [coll.] etw. (dick) auftragen [Putz, Paste etc., auch Schminke]
to truant Schule schwänzen [ugs.]
to truant unentschuldigt fehlen
to truckeintauschen
to truck in Waren entlohnen
to truck hausieren
to truck verhandeln
to truck for sth.um etw. schachern
to truck sb./sth. jdn./etw. mittels Lastkraftwagen befördern / transportieren
to truckle buckeln [ugs.]
to truckle [behave with servility] kriechen
to trudge sich [Akk.] schleppen [mühselig gehen]
to trudge stapfen
to trudge trotten
to trudgesich [Akk.] dahinschleppen
to trudge daherhatschen [bayer.] [österr.]
to trudge along entlanghatschen [bayer.] [österr.]
to trudge along sth.etw. entlangtrotten
to trudge homesich [Akk.] nach Hause schleppen
to trudge round / around herumkrebsen [ugs.]
to trudge round all the sightsalle Sehenswürdigkeiten abklappern [ugs.]
to trudge the streets Pflaster treten [viel in der Stadt herumlaufen] [Redewendung]
to trudge through sth. [book etc.]sich durch etw. quälen
to trudge through sth. [rather abstract obstacles, e.g. heat, day]sich durch etw. durchquälen
to trudge through sth. [rather concrete obstacles, e.g. snow]sich durch etw. durchkämpfen
to trudge through sth. [water, mud] durch etw. hindurchwaten [stapfen]
to trudge through the muddurch den Matsch stapfen
to trudge up a hill sich einen Hügel hochschleppen
to trudge up sth. etw. hochstapfen
to truerichten [einstellen, justieren]
to true [rare] (genau) ausrichten [in Position bringen]
to true sth.etw. zurichten [justieren, genau ausrichten]
to true sth. [straighten] etw. [Akk.] begradigen
to true up justieren [Gewehr]
to true upabrichten
to true up(genau) ausrichten [in Position bringen]
to true (up) sth. [wheel] etw. [Akk.] zentrieren [Rad]
to (truly) make one's presence felt(nachhaltigen) Eindruck hinterlassen
to trump [Br.] [coll.] [fart] furzen [ugs.] [derb]
to trump [literary] trompeten
to trump [play a trump card] austrumpfen [veraltet] [einen Trumpf ausspielen]
to trump [play a trump] trumpfen
to trump sb./sth. [card games] [also fig.]jdn./etw. übertrumpfen
to trump sb./sth. [fig.] [outdo, surpass]jdn./etw. übertreffen [Person, Ergebnis etc.]
to trump up [a false accusation, excuse]erfinden [falsche Anschuldigung, Ausrede]
to trumpet [e.g. elephants] trompeten
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