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EnglishGerman
to well upquellen
to well up hervorquellen
to well up aufwallen [geh.]
to well up [fig.] [memories, tears, etc.]aufsteigen [Erinnerungen, Tränen etc.]
to well up [memories etc.] heraufsteigen [in mir]
to well (up) quillen [regional, sonst dichterisch] [veraltet] [quellen]
to welsh [coll.] [break one's word] sein Wort brechen
to welsh on a debtsich vor einer Rückzahlung (der Schulden) drücken [ugs.]
to welsh (on sth.) [coll.] sich [Akk.] (vor etw. [Dat.]) drücken [ugs.]
to welteinfassen
to welter sich wälzen
to welter [lie steeped in blood] blutüberströmt daliegen
to welter [wallow] rollen [sich suhlen, herumrollen]
to wench [archaic] mit Prostituierten verkehren
to wench [archaic] [to associate with promiscuous women] [of a man]sich mit losen Weibspersonen herumtreiben [veraltend] [Mann]
to wend sich winden [schlängeln]
to wend one's way sich auf den Weg begeben [geh.]
to wester nach Westen ziehen [bes. Himmelskörper]
to westernise [Br.]verwestlichen
to westernizeverwestlichen
to wetanfeuchten
to wetdurchnässen
to wet feuchten [poet.] [befeuchten, benetzen]
to wetnass machen
to wetsumpfen [Silikattechnik]
to wet befeuchten [nass machen]
to wetnässen [= feucht machen]
to wet [soak, rinse, water]wässern
to wet one's clothes einnässen [Hose]
to wet one's clothes einpullern [ugs.]
to wet one's pants [coll.] Schiss haben [ugs.]
to wet one's pants [coll.] sich [Dat.] (vor Angst) in die Hose machen [ugs.]
to wet one's throat sich [Dat.] die Kehle anfeuchten
to wet one's whistle [coll.] [idiom] sich [Dat.] die Kehle anfeuchten [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to wet one's whistle [coll.] [idiom]sich [Dat.] die Kehle befeuchten [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to wet oneself sich nass machen [ugs.]
to wet oneself [coll.] sich bepinkeln [ugs.]
to wet oneself [coll.] sich einpinkeln [ugs.]
to wet oneself [urinate involuntarily]sich einnässen [ugs.] [formell nur 'einnässen', ohne 'sich']
to wet oneself [urinate involuntarily] einnässen
to wet sign sth. [document, etc.]etw. original unterschreiben [eigenhändig, handschriftlich]
to wet sth. etw. netzen [geh.] [befeuchten]
to wet sth. [tears, dew, etc.: moisten]etw. benetzen [geh. oder fachspr.] [befeuchten]
to wet the beddas Bett nass machen
to wet the bedeinnässen
to wet the bed das Bett nässen
to wet-grind sth. etw. nassschleifen
to wetlease [ein Flugzeug samt Personal und Versicherung mieten]
to wet-lease[ein Flugzeug samt Personal und Versicherung mieten]
to wet-nurse bemuttern
to wet-nurse sb. jdn. säugen [als Amme]
to wet-nurse sb. [hum.] [dandle, cosset] jdn. verhätscheln [ugs.]
to wet-paint nasslackieren
to wet-sand nassschleifen
to whack durchprügeln
to whack [coll.] schlagen
to whack off [vulg.] sich [Dat.] einen runterholen [vulg.]
to whack sb. jdn. verhauen [ugs.] [schlagen]
to whack sb. [Am.] [sl.] jdn. umnieten [ugs.]
to whack sb. [Am.] [sl.] [kill, murder] jdn. umlegen [ugs.] [salopp] [umbringen]
to whack sb. [coll.] [strike forcefully] jdn. hauen [ugs.] [auf jdn. einschlagen]
to whack sb. [sl.] [Am.] [to murder] jdn. plattmachen [ugs.] [töten]
to whack sb. over the head with sth. [coll.]jdm. mit etw. eins überbraten [ugs.]
to whack through sich durchschlagen
to whale Wale fangen
to whale sb. [coll.] jdn. verdreschen [ugs.]
to whale sb. [hit, thrash] jdn. schlagen [hauen, prügeln]
to whang [coll.]knallen
to whang [coll.]krachen
to whang [to strike heavily]gewaltsam schlagen
to whap [coll.] [rare] [spv. of whop] schlagen
to what extent inwieweit
to what extentinwiefern
to what extent in welchem Ausmaß
to what extent bis zu welchem Ausmaß
to what extent [interrogative] wieweit
to wheedle sb.jdn. beschwatzen [ugs.]
to wheedle sb.jdn. überreden
to wheedle sb.jdm. schmeicheln [um zu überreden]
to wheedle sb. jdn. umschmeicheln
to wheedle sb. into doing sth. jdn. beschwatzen, etw. zu tun [ugs.]
to wheedle sb. into doing sth.jdn. herumkriegen, etw. zu tun [ugs.]
to wheedle sb. out of sth.jdm. etw. abschmeicheln
to wheedle sb./sth. out of sb./sth.jdm./etw. jdn./etw. abschwatzen [ugs.]
to wheedle sth. out of sb.jdm. etw. abbetteln [ugs.]
to wheedle sth. out of sb.jdm. etw. abschmeicheln
to wheedle sth. out of sb. jdm. etw. abheucheln [ugs.]
to wheedle sth. out of sb.jdm. etw. aus dem Kreuz / den Rippen leiern [ugs.]
to wheedle sth. out of sb.jdm. etw. abschwätzen [ugs.] [bes. südd.]
to wheedle sth. out of sb.sich [Dat.] etw. von jdm. erschmeicheln
to wheel auf Rädern rollen
to wheel [a bicycle] schieben [ein Fahrrad]
to wheel [birds]kreisen [Vögel]
to wheel and dealumständlich verhandeln
to wheel and deal mauscheln [ugs.] [pej.]
to wheel and deal kungeln [ugs.]
to wheel aroundsich schnell umdrehen
to wheel around herumfahren [sich schnell umdrehen]
to wheel in sth. etw. hereinrollen
to wheel (off) abschwenken
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