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EnglishGerman
to water wässern
to water beregnen
to water sprenzen [südwestd.: stark sprengen]
to water [eyes] triefen
to water [horses, cattle, etc.] tränken
to water [of eyes] tränen
to water down mit Wasser verdünnen
to water down panschen [mit Wasser verdünnen]
to water down verdünnen
to water down [fig.] aufweichen [z. B. Anforderungen]
to water down sth. [fig.] etw. [Akk.] abmildern
to water flowers Blumen gießen
to water land Land bewässern
to water plants Pflanzen gießen
to water sth. [plants, garden, etc.]etw. [Akk.] wässern [Pflanzen, Garten etc.]
to water sth. [plants] etw. gießen [Pflanzen etc.]
to water sth. down [a statement, plans, proposals, etc.] etw. verwässern [eine Aussage, Pläne, Vorschläge etc.]
to water sth. down [fig.] etw. [Akk.] abmildern
to water sth. down [fig.] [statement, article]etw. abschwächen
to water the eyes Tränen aufkommen lassen
to water the garden den Garten wässern
to water the lawn den Rasen gießen [seltener neben: den Rasen sprengen]
to water the lawnden Rasen sprengen [bewässern]
to waterboard sb. jdn. mit Waterboarding foltern
to waterlog sth.etw. unter Wasser setzen
to waterlog sth. [that will take up some liquid, e.g. soil]etw. sich mit Wasser vollsaugen lassen
to waterproofwasserdicht machen
to water-ski Wasserski laufen
to water-witch [Am.]etw. mit der Wünschelrute aufspüren [Wasser]
to wattle sth.etw. [Akk.] aus Flechtwerk herstellen
to wattle sth.etw. [Akk.] flechten [Zäune etc. aus Zweigen]
to wattle sth.etw. [Akk.] zusammenflechten
to wauchle [Scot.] watscheln
to waul heulen [schrill, weinerlich]
to waul jaulen
to waulk sth. [Scot.] [full] etw. walken [Tuch]
to wave flattern
to wave wehen
to wave wogen [geh.]
to wavesich wellenartig bewegen
to wavewinken
to wave wacheln [ugs.] [österr.] [bayer.] [winken, wehen]
to wave [move one's hand to and fro]winke, winke machen [Kinderspr.] [winken]
to wave a flag eine Fahne schwenken
to wave a flagmit einem Fähnchen winken
to wave a flageine Fahne schwingen
to wave a hateinen Hut schwenken
to wave a pistol aroundmit einer Pistole herumfuchteln [ugs.]
to wave a swordein Schwert schwingen
to wave aboutfuchteln
to wave aside beiseiteschieben
to wave at sb. jdm. zuwinken
to wave at sb. jdm. winken [zuwinken]
to wave away verscheuchen [mit der Hand, z. B. Fliegen]
to wave down anhalten [stoppen]
to wave farewell zum Abschied winken
to wave goodbye to sb. jdm. zum Abschied winken
to wave goodbye to sth. [coll.] [hum.] [idiom] etw. in den Wind schreiben [ugs.] [hum.] [Redewendung]
to wave hairHaar wellen
to wave lines Linien wellen
to wave one's hand mit der Hand winken
to wave one's hands about / aroundmit den Händen herumfuchteln [ugs.]
to wave sb. away jdn. abweisen
to wave sb. goodbyejdm. zum Abschied winken
to wave sb. nearerjdn. heranwinken
to wave sb. through jdn. durchwinken
to wave sth. [move sth. to and fro]mit etw. [Dat.] winken
to wave sth. [style hair]etw. [Akk.] wellen [Haare]
to wave sth. around mit etw. [Dat.] umherwedeln
to wave the checkered flag [Am.] ein Rennen abwinken
to wave the chequered flag [Br.] ein Rennen abwinken
to wave the magic wand den Zauberstab schwenken
to wave the waiter over dem Kellner winken
to wave the waiter over den Ober herbeiwinken
to wave the waiter over dem Ober winken
to wave the waiter overden Kellner herbeiwinken
to wave the white flag [idiom][durch Zeigen der weißen Fahne die Aufgabe anzeigen]
to wave tozuwinken
to wave to sb. jdm. zuwinken
to waver flattern
to waver schwanken
to waverschweben
to waver wanken
to waver zögern
to waverbeben
to waver flackern
to waver zaudern
to waver between schwanken zwischen
to waxwachsen
to wax [e.g. legs] mit Wachs behandeln
to wax [moon]zunehmen [Mond]
to wax [moustache, floor]wichsen [Bart, Boden] [veraltend]
to wax [the floor] bohnern
to wax [to speak or write in a specified manner, e.g. eloquent, poetic, sentimental etc.] werden [beim Sprechen oder Schreiben in einen bestimmten Ton verfallen, z. B. eloquent, lyrisch, sentimental etc.]
to wax and wanefluktuieren [zu- und abnehmen]
to wax and wane [fig.] schwanken
to wax and wane [fig.] kommen und gehen
to wax and wane [moon, literary] zunehmen und abnehmen
to wax and wane [moon, literary] zu- und abnehmen
to wax lyrical about sb./sth. [idiom]über jdn./etw. ins Schwärmen geraten
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