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to wall sth. in etw. [Akk.] mit einer Mauer umgeben
to wall sth. inetw. [Akk.] ummauern
to wall sth. up [a doorway, a window, etc.] etw. vermauern [einen Eingang, ein Fenster etc.: zumauern]
to wall upzumauern
to wall up a window ein Fenster zumauern
to wallap sb. [Scot.] [wallop] jdn. verprügeln
to wallop [bubble, seethe] brodeln
to wallop sb. [Am.] [regional] [beat sb. up] jdn. durchprügeln
to wallop sb. [Am.] [regional] [beat sb. up]jdn. verdreschen [ugs.]
to wallop sb. [Am.] [regional] [beat sb. up] jdn. vertrimmen [ugs.]
to wallop sb. [Am.] [regional] [beat sb. up]jdn. verwamsen [ugs.] [verprügeln]
to wallop sb. [Am.] [regional] [beat sb. up] jdn. verbüxen [nordd.] [verprügeln]
to wallop sb. [Am.] [regional] [beat sb. up] jdn. verledern [ugs.] [verprügeln]
to wallop sb. [Am.] [regional] [beat up]jdn. verprügeln
to wallop sb./sth. [Am.] [regional] [hit] jdn./etw. dreschen [schlagen]
to wallop sb./sth. [beat sb./sth.] jdn./etw. verhauen [ugs.] [schlagen]
to wallowim Schmutz wälzen
to wallow sich suhlen
to wallowsich sielen [regional für: suhlen]
to wallow about sich herumwälzen
to wallow around sich herumwälzen
to wallow in filth sich im Schmutz wälzen
to wallow in luxury im Luxus schwelgen
to wallow in memoriesin Erinnerungen schwelgen [geh.]
to wallow in money [fig.] im Geld wühlen [fig.]
to wallow in money [fig.]in Geld schwimmen [fig.]
to wallow in one's own bloodsich in seinem Blut wälzen
to wallow in reminiscencesin Erinnerungen schwelgen [geh.]
to wallow in self-pity sich in Selbstmitleid suhlen
to wallow in self-pity [idiom] vor Selbstmitleid zerfließen [Redewendung]
to wallow in the feelingin dem Gefühl schwelgen [geh.]
to wallow in (the) mudsich im Schlamm wälzen
to wallow in vicedem Laster frönen [geh.]
to wallpaper sth. [a wall, a room, etc.] etw. [Akk.] tapezieren [eine Wand, ein Zimmer etc.]
to waltz Walzer tanzen
to waltzwalzen [veraltend] [Walzer tanzen]
to waltz [Aus.] [coll.] umherziehen und sich Arbeit suchen
to waltz [Aus.] [coll.] auf der Walz sein
to waltz [Aus.] [coll.] entlang eines Buschpfads wandern
to waltz [coll.] [move casually] schlendern
to waltz in [fig.]angetanzt kommen [ugs.]
to waltz off [coll.]abdampfen [ugs.]
to waltz off [coll.] [fig.]abtanzen [ugs.] [abschieben, abhauen]
to waltz off [coll.] [fig.] abzischen [ugs.] [salopp]
to waltz through sth. etw. mit links bewältigen / schaffen
to wamble [coll.] wanken
to wand sb./sth. [coll.] jdn./etw. abtasten [mithilfe Scanner, Ultraschallsonde etc.]
to wander umherschweifen
to wander wandern
to wander umherwandern
to wander vagieren [veraltend]
to wanderumherziehen
to wander schweifen [geh.] [auch fig.]
to wander [having lost one's way] irren [herumirren]
to wander [hills, world] durchstreifen
to wander [leisurely]schlendern
to wander [saunter] bummeln
to wander [to be unfaithful] fremdgehen
to wander [walk around casually]herumlaufen
to wander about herumziehen
to wander aboutumherirren
to wander aboutumherschweifen
to wander about umherwandern
to wander about herumstromern [ugs.]
to wander about herumwandern
to wander about umherziehen
to wander about the town in der Stadt herumwandern
to wander aimlessly aboutstrolchen
to wander along sth. an etw. [Dat.] entlangwandern
to wander around umherwandern
to wander aroundherumstromern [ugs.]
to wander around herumzigeunern [ugs.]
to wander around aimlessly irrlichtern [selten]
to wander around (aimlessly)ziellos umherlaufen
to wander around (aimlessly) [by car] (ziellos) durch die Gegend gurken
to wander around in etw. [Dat.] herumgehen [ugs.] [umhergehen]
to wander around etw. herumwandern
to wander around the streetsin den Straßen umherirren
to wander around with pipes piping and drums beating mit Pfeifen und Trommeln umherziehen
to wander (around)umherwandeln
to wander astray vom rechten Weg abkommen
to wander at large [animal] frei herumlaufen
to wander away abschweifen
to wander backzurückwandern
to wander backzurückkommen
to wander from lane to lane [Br.]die Fahrspuren wechseln
to wander from one topic to another abschweifen
to wander from place to place herumwandern
to wander from the path vom Wege / Pfad abkommen
to wander from the path of duty von der Pflicht abschweifen
to wander from the truth von der Wahrheit abschweifen
to wander from topic to topic vom Hölzchen aufs Stöckchen kommen
to wander in ankommen
to wander in anspazieren [ugs.]
to wander in hereinspaziert kommen
to wander in hineinspaziert kommen
to wander in unannouncedhereinschneien [ugs.] [unangemeldet hereinkommen]
to wander like a ghost geistern
to wander like a ghost herumgeistern
to wander off weggehen
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