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to wear (sth.) out [abrade] (etw.) verschleißen
to wear sunglasses eine Sonnenbrille tragen
to wear the breeches (in the family) [coll.] [idiom] die Hosen anhaben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to wear the britches (in the family) [coll.] [idiom] die Hosen anhaben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to wear the pants [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] die Hosen anhaben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to wear the purple den Purpur tragen
to wear the sworddas Schwert tragen
to wear the trousers [Br.] [coll.] [idiom] die Hosen anhaben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to wear thin [fig.] nachlassen
to wear thin [fig.]sich abnutzen
to wear through durchwetzen
to wear through [trousers etc.] sich durchscheuern [Hosen etc.]
to wear through the seat of one's trousers sich [Dat.] den Hosenboden durchsitzen [durch häufiges Daraufsitzen abnutzen]
to wear wellsich gut tragen
to weary of sth. etw. [Gen.] überdrüssig werden
to weary sb. jdn. langweilen
to weary (sb./sth.) (jdn./etw.) ermüden
to weasel [Am.] [coll.] schwafeln [ugs.]
to weasel (oneself out of sth.) [coll.] sich (vor etw. [Dat.]) drücken [ugs.]
to weasel out of an obligation sich aus einer Verpflichtung herausstehlen
to weasel (out) sich herauswinden [aus einer unangenehmen, heiklen Lage]
to weather abwettern [Sturm]
to weatherauswittern
to weather verwittern
to weather away [of rock, stone, building]abwittern [verwittern]
to weather market cycles den Stürmen des Marktes standhalten
to weather out a stormeinen Sturm überstehen
to weather out sth. etw. durchstehen
to weather sth. etw. dem Wetter aussetzen
to weather sth.etw. [Akk.] verwittern lassen
to weather sth. [expose to weather] etw. der Witterung aussetzen
to weather sth. [overcome] etw. übertauchen [österr.] [ugs.] [überstehen] [Krise, Krankheit]
to weather sth. [to ride out , withstand, survive] etw. [Akk.] überstehen
to weather the crisis durch die Krise kommen
to weather the storm [idiom]eine Sache überstehen
to weather the storms of timeden Gezeiten standhalten
to weatherizewärmedämmen
to weatherize wetterfest machen
to weatherproof wetterfest machen
to weatherproofwetterdicht machen
to weave [to move waveringly from side to side] [e.g. of a drunk person]torkeln [z. B. eines Betrunkenen]
to weave a basket einen Korb flechten
to weave a plot ein Komplott schmieden
to weave a web of liesein Lügengespinst spinnen
to weave along [of a cyclist] in Schlangenlinien fahren [Radfahrer]
to weave cloth Tuch weben
to weave in einweben
to weave (into) einflechten (in)
to weave (into)zusammenweben
to weave intrigues Intrigen spinnen
to weave one's way through sth. [traffic, crowd, etc.] sich durch etw. hindurchschlängeln [Verkehr, Menschenansammlung usw.]
to weave one's way through the crowdsich durch die Menge schlängeln
to weave (one's way) through trafficsich durch den Verkehr schlängeln
to weave sth. [also fig.] etw. [Akk.] weben [auch fig.]
to weave sth. [basket, garland, strawmat etc.]etw. flechten [Korb, Kranz, Matte etc.]
to weave sth. [braid] etw. verflechten
to weave sth. [contrive, concoct] etw. ersinnen
to weave sth. [fig.] [contrive (a tale)]etw. erfinden [eine Geschichte]
to weave sth. [tapestry, carpets]etw. wirken [Stoffe, Teppiche, Gobelins]
to weave sth. [thread] etw. verweben
to weave sth. in [remark etc.]etw. einflechten [fig.] [Bemerkung etc.]
to weave sth. into sth. [cane, garland]etw. in etw. [Akk.] flechten
to weave sth. together [yarns, story threads, etc.]etw. verweben [Fäden, Erzählstränge etc.]
to weave through sich durchschlängeln
to webcastetw. per Internet übertragen
to wed heiraten
to wed sich vermählen [geh.]
to wedhochzeiten [selten] [heiraten] [österr.]
to wed efficiency to economy Leistung und Sparsamkeit verbinden
to wed sb.jdn. ehelichen [veraltend]
to wed sb.sich mit jdm. vermählen [geh.]
to wedel [style of skiing] wedeln
to wedge mit einem Keil spalten
to wedgeverkeilen
to wedge [sl.] [vulg.]ficken [vulg.]
to wedge apartauseinanderspalten
to wedge in einklemmen
to wedge (in) einzwängen
to wedge (in)keilen
to wedge (in) zwängen
to wedge (in) sb./sth. jdn./etw. einkeilen
to wedge off abspalten
to wedge oneself in sich hineinzwängen
to wedge sth. etw. [Akk.] festklemmen
to wedge throughdurchzwängen
to wee [coll.] Pipi machen [Kindersprache]
to weed aussondern
to weedUnkraut jäten
to weed aussortieren
to weedkrauten [regional] [Unkraut jäten]
to weed Unkraut ziehen
to weed Unkraut herausziehen
to weed Unkraut rausziehen [ugs.]
to weed Unkraut zupfen
to weed out ausmerzen
to weed outausjäten
to weed out sth.etw. aussortieren
to weed sth.etw. jäten
to weed sth. [fig.] etw. ausscheiden
to weed the garden das Unkraut im Garten jäten
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