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EnglishGerman
to worry through sth. [coll.]sich durch etw. durchquälen [ugs.]
to worsen schlechter machen
to worsenverschlechtern
to worsen schlechter werden
to worsen sich verschlechtern
to worsen sich verschlimmern
to worsen bösern [veraltet]
to worsen verbösern
to worsen [e.g. health, hearing] nachlassen [schwächer / schlechter werden, z. B. Gesundheit, Gehör]
to worsen sharply sich massiv verschlechtern
to worsen sth. etw. [Akk.] verschlimmern
to worship verehren
to worshipanbeten
to worship as Godvergöttlichen [als Gott verehren]
to worship mammonden Mammon verehren
to worship sb. jdn. verehren
to worship sb. as God jdn. als Gott verehren
to worship sb./sth. jdm./etw. huldigen [geh.] [selten] [verehren, anbeten]
to worship the golden calfdas Goldene Kalb verehren
to worst sb. [archaic] [defeat] jdn. besiegen
to worst sb. [archaic] [defeat]jdn. schlagen [besiegen]
to woundverwunden
to woundkränken
to wound versehren [geh. bzw. veraltet] [verletzen]
to woundblessieren [veraltet] [verletzen]
to woundverletzen
to wound [by shooting] anschießen
to wound sb. deeplyjdm. einen Dolchstoß versetzen [fig.]
to wound sb. to the core jdm. einen Dolchstoß versetzen [fig.]
to wound sb. with wordsjdn. mit Worten verletzen
to wound sb.'s pride jds. Stolz verletzen
to wound to death tödlich verwunden
to wound to death zu Tode verwunden
to wow sb. [coll.] jdn. begeistern
to wow sb. [coll.] jdn. zum Staunen bringen
to wow sb. [coll.]jdn. flashen [ugs.] [begeistern, in Rausch versetzen]
to wrack one's brain / brainssich [Dat.] den Kopf zerbrechen
to wranglestreiten
to wrangle zanken
to wranglesich zanken
to wranglesich [Akk.] in den Haaren liegen [fig.]
to wrangle hadern [geh.] [streiten]
to wrangle [argue]sich [Akk.] streiten
to wrangle sb. in jdn. einschleusen
to wrangle sb. in [coll.] jdn. reinmogeln [ugs.]
to wrangle sth. [obtain, often by contrivance or scheming, wangle]sich [Dat.] etw. verschaffen [auf dubiose Weise]
to wrap einpacken
to wrapeinwickeln
to wraphüllen
to wrap wickeln [einwickeln]
to wrap herumwickeln
to wrapverpacken
to wrap wrappen [ugs.]
to wrapumwickeln
to wrap [coll.] die Dreharbeiten beenden
to wrap [lines] umbrechen [Zeilen]
to wrap one's arms around sb. die Arme um jdn. schlingen
to wrap one's head around sth. [Am.] [coll.] [idiom]etw. [Akk.] durchblicken [ugs.] [durchschauen] [Problem, Idee etc.]
to wrap one's mind around sth.etw. vollständig erfassen
to wrap oneself in sth. [shawl etc.] sich [Dat.] etw. umschlagen [umwerfen, überwerfen]
to wrap oneself tightly in one's coat sich fest in seinen Mantel hüllen
to wrap oneself up sich einmummeln [sich warm anziehen]
to wrap oneself up well / warmly sich warm anziehen
to wrap oneself (up) in sth. [e.g. in a blanket] sich [Akk.] in etw. [Akk.] wickeln [z. B. in eine Decke]
to wrap roundumwickeln
to wrap round / around herumwickeln
to wrap sb. round one's (little) finger [idiom]jdn. um den (kleinen) Finger wickeln [Redewendung]
to wrap sb. (up) in cotton wool [Br.]jdn. in Watte packen [ugs.]
to wrap sb./sth.jdn./etw. einhüllen
to wrap sb./sth. upjdn./etw. einhüllen
to wrap sb./sth. up welljdn./etw. gut einhüllen
to wrap sb./sth. up (with sth.)jdn./etw. (mit etw.) umbinden [umhüllen, bekleiden]
to wrap sth. around [a shawl, etc.](sich [Dat.]) etw. [Akk.] umlegen [ein Tuch, einen Schal etc.]
to wrap sth. around sth.etw. um etw. schlagen [einhüllen]
to wrap sth. around sth.etw. um etw. schlingen
to wrap sth. in cellophaneetw. [Akk.] zellophanieren [Rsv.] [eine Ware in Zellophan verpacken]
to wrap sth. in cellophaneetw. [Akk.] cellophanieren [eine Ware in Zellophan verpacken]
to wrap sth. round / around sth.etw. um etw. herumschlagen
to wrap sth. round / around sth. etw. mit etw. einschlagen [einhüllen]
to wrap sth. round oneself [e.g., cloak or shawl]sich [Dat.] etw. umnehmen [um den Körper schlagen, wickeln]
to wrap sth. up [coll.] [a task, project, ...] etw. abschließen
to wrap sth. up [coll.] [fig.]etw. [Akk.] unter Dach und Fach bringen [fig.] [ugs.] [erfolgreich abschließen]
to wrap sth. up [coll.] [idiom]etw. zum Abschluss bringen
to wrap sth. up [fig.] [complete or conclude sth.] [e.g. an agreement] etw. [Akk.] eintüten [ugs.] [fig.] [zum Abschluss bringen] [z. B. einen Deal]
to wrap sth. up [loosely in paper, etc.] etw. [Akk.] einschlagen [einwickeln, locker einpacken]
to wrap sth. up in fine words etw. [Dat.] ein Mäntelchen umhängen
to wrap things up [idiom]Schluss machen [etw. zu Ende bringen]
to wrap upeinpacken
to wrap up packen [Paket]
to wrap upverpacken
to wrap upumhüllen
to wrap up [in warm clothing, blankets etc.] sich einmummeln [ugs.] [in warme Kleidung, Decken etc.]
to wrap up [in warm clothing] einmummen [ugs.]
to wrap up [in warm clothing] sich einmobben [regional] [sich einmummeln]
to wrap up [sum up]zusammenfassen
to wrap up a deal [coll.] einen Deal festmachen [ugs.]
to wrap up in paperin Papier einwickeln
to wrap up sth. [in paper, diapers, etc.] etw. einwickeln [in Papier, Windeln, etc.]
to wrap up (the) filming [coll.] die Dreharbeiten beenden [bes.: einen Drehtag beenden]
to wrap up (warmly) vermummen
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