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to whet sb.'s appetite jdm. Appetit / Lust auf mehr machen
to whet sb.'s appetitejdn. auf den Geschmack bringen
to whet sb.'s appetite for sth. [fig.] jdm. Lust auf etw. machen
to whet sb.'s interestjds. Interesse wecken
to whet the appetite den Appetit anregen
to whet the appetite for sth. Appetit machen auf etw.
to which / whomzu dem / der / denen
to which extentinwieweit
to whicker (leise) wiehern
to whiff blasen [Wind, Rauch]
to whiff wehen [Rauch, Geruch, Wind]
to whiff [to smoke or puff] paffen [ugs.]
to whigdahintraben
to while away one's remaining yearsseine verbleibenden Jahre verwarten
to while away one's time seine Zeit vertrödeln
to while away the / one's time (by / with)sich [Dat.] die Zeit vertreiben (mit)
to while away the day den Tag hinbringen [vertrödeln]
to whimperwimmern
to whimper winseln
to whimper quengeln [ugs.]
to whimper [of a dog]fiepen
to whimper [pej.] pimpeln [pej.] [regional] [wehleidig sein]
to whine jammern
to whine wimmern
to whinewinseln
to whine jaulen
to whine greinen [südd.]
to whine quengeln [ugs.]
to whine nörgeln [pej.]
to whinemeckern [ugs.] [nörgeln]
to whine piensen [regional] [weinerlich sein, jammern]
to whine knietschen [regional] [nörgeln, quengeln, knatschen]
to whine pienzen [regional] [weinerlich sein, jammern]
to whinesempern [österr.] [ugs.]
to whine [child, siren]plärren [ugs.]
to whine [howl] heulen
to whine aboutjammern über
to whinge [Br.] [coll.] rumzicken [ugs.] [jammern]
to whinge [Br.] [coll.]jammern
to whinge [Br.] [coll.] quengeln [ugs.]
to whinge [Br.] [coll.] quesen [nordd.] [weinerlich nörgelnd immer wieder um etw. bitten]
to whinge [Br.] [coll.] Ach und Weh schreien [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to whinge [Br.] [coll.] greinen [ugs.] [pej.]
to whinge [Br.] [coll.] [baby]plärren [ugs.]
to whinny wiehern
to whipauspeitschen
to whip peitschen
to whip flitzen [ugs.]
to whipaufpeitschen [Menge]
to whipumnähen [umsäumen]
to whip geißeln
to whip [coll.] [snatch] stehlen [mitgehen lassen]
to whip a topeinen Kreisel treiben
to whip away (from) wegreißen (von)
to whip back [return quickly]zurückflitzen [ugs.]
to whip back [spring back] zurückschnellen
to whip cream Sahne schlagen
to whip eggs Eier verkleppern [ugs.] [verschlagen]
to whip in reinwitschen [ugs.]
to whip in sth. [straying hounds]etw. wieder zur Meute treiben [Hunde]
to whip it out [coll.] sein Ding rausholen [ugs.]
to whip off zurücktreiben [Hunde mit der Peitsche]
to whip off herunterfegen [Wind]
to whip off [snatch off]herunterreißen
to whip off one's hat(sich [Dat.]) den Hut vom Kopf reißen
to whip on antreiben
to whip onüberwerfen [Mantel]
to whip on [put on quickly]draufwerfen [ugs. für: daraufwerfen]
to whip one's clothes off seine Kleider von sich werfen [ugs.]
to whip one's clothes on [coll.]sich in seine Kleider werfen [ugs.]
to whip outrauswitschen [ugs.]
to whip round [turn quickly] herumschnellen
to whip round to sb.'s place schnell bei jdm. vorbeischauen [ugs.]
to whip round to see sb. schnell bei jdm. vorbeischauen [ugs.]
to whip sb.jdn. schlagen [mit Peitsche etc.]
to whip sb. [fig.] [tell sb. off]jdm. die Leviten lesen [Redewendung]
to whip sb. into a frenzy [idiom] jdn. zur Raserei bringen
to whip sb. into hospital jdn. schleunigst ins Krankenhaus bringen
to whip sb. off to Francejdn. schleunigst nach Frankreich bringen
to whip sb./sth. into linejdn./etw. auf Zack bringen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to whip sb./sth. into shape jdn./etw. zurechtschleifen [fig.]
to whip sb./sth. into shape [idiom] jdn./etw. auf Vordermann bringen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to whip sb./sth. into shape [idiom] jdn./etw. auf Zack bringen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to whip sth. etw. geißeln [fig.]
to whip sth. [Br.] [coll.] [steal sth.]sich [Dat.] etw. greifen [ugs.] [etw. mitgehen lassen, stehlen]
to whip sth. [eggs, cream etc.]etw. schlagen [z. B. Sahne]
to whip sth. from one's pocket etw. blitzschnell aus der Tasche ziehen
to whip sth. out etw. zücken
to whip sth. out etw. (blitzschnell) herausziehen
to whip sth. until foamy [e.g. egg white] etw. schaumig schlagen [z. B. Eiweiß]
to whip sth. up [coll.]etw. zusammenpantschen [ugs.] [etw. eilig und achtlos verarbeiten]
to whip sth. up [snatch up] etw. [Akk.] schnell aufheben
to whip sth. up [snatch up] etw. [Akk.] blitzschnell aufheben
to whip the public into a frenzy [idiom]die Öffentlichkeit in helle Aufregung versetzen
to whip through a book in no time ein Buch in null Komma nichts durchlesen [ugs.]
to whip until creamysahnig schlagen
to whip up aufpeitschen
to whip up feeling [fig.] die Gemüter erhitzen [Redewendung]
to whip up sth. [coll.] etw. in aller Eile zubereiten [Speise]
to whip up sth. [coll.] etw. auf die Schnelle zubereiten
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