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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
to wreak havoc schlimm hausen
to wreak havocverheerende Schäden anrichten
to wreak havoc [idiom]Chaos und Verwüstung anrichten
to wreak havoc [idiom]verheerenden Schaden anrichten
to wreak havoc [idiom]Chaos stiften
to wreak havoc [unintentionally] Unheil anrichten
to wreak havoc in a room einen Raum total auf den Kopf stellen [fig.]
to wreak havoc on sth.sich verheerend auf etw. auswirken
to wreak havoc with plans [idiom] Pläne vollkommen über den Haufen werfen [Redewendung]
to wreak havoc with sb./sth. verheerende Folgen für jdn./etw. haben
to wreak havoc with schedules [idiom] Zeitpläne vollkommen über den Haufen werfen [Redewendung]
to wreak one's anger on sb. [idiom] seine Wut an jdm. auslassen [Redewendung]
to wreak one's ill humor on sb. [Am.] seine schlechte Laune an jdm. auslassen
to wreak one's ill humour on sb. [Br.]seine schlechte Laune an jdm. auslassen
to wreak oneself for sb. [archaic] [avenge] [e.g.: to wreak me for my son]jdn. rächen [z. B.: (um) meinen Sohn zu rächen]
to wreak revenge on sb. sich an jdm. rächen
to wreak revenge on sb. an jdm. Rache nehmen
to wreak sth. etw. treiben [anrichten]
to wreak sth. (on sb.) [e.g. one's anger] etw. [Akk.] (an jdm.) auslassen [z. B. seine Wut]
to wreak vengeance on sb.sich an jdm. rächen
to wreak vengeance on sb.an jdm. Rache nehmen
to wreathesich kräuseln
to wreathe (round) sich ringeln (um)
to wreathe sth.etw. [Akk.] winden
to wreck zugrunde richten
to wreck ruinieren
to wreckvernichten
to wreckzerstören
to wreckzerrütten
to wreckdemolieren
to wreck a businessein Geschäft zugrunde richten
to wreck a fortuneein Vermögen zerstören
to wreck all hope alle Hoffnung zunichte machen
to wreck havoc [WRONG for: wreak havoc] [Chaos und Verwüstung anrichten]
to wreck sth. etw. zuschanden machen [geh.]
to wreck sth.etw. zu Schanden machen
to wreck sth. [ruin] etw. [Akk.] zum Scheitern bringen
to wreck sth. for sb. jdm. etw. verkorksen [ugs.]
to wreck sth. for sb.jdm. etw. (total) vermasseln [ugs.]
to wrench reißen
to wrenchverrenken
to wrench (mit einem Ruck) reißen
to wrench zerren
to wrench from entwinden
to wrench openaufreißen
to wrench sth. [sprain]etw. [Akk.] verstauchen
to wrench sth. [sprain] sich [Dat.] etw. [Akk.] verstauchen
to wrench sth. from sb.jdm. etw. entwinden [geh.]
to wrench sth. from sb.jdm. etw. [Akk.] entreißen
to wrench the meaningdie Bedeutung verdrehen
to wrest entreißen
to wrest erzwingen
to wrestverdrehen
to wrest (gewaltsam) reißen
to wrest a fact eine Tatsache verdrehen
to wrest a meaning eine Bedeutung verdrehen
to wrest a secret from sb.jdm. ein Geheimnis abringen
to wrest a text einen Text verdrehen
to wrest fromentreißen
to wrest oneself free sich losreißen
to wrest sb./sth. from sth. jdn./etw. von etw. [Dat.] reißen
to wrest sth. from its contextetw. [Akk.] aus dem Zusammenhang reißen
to wrest sth. from sb. jdm. etw. entwinden [geh.]
to wrest sth. from sb.jdm. etw. [Akk.] entreißen
to wrest sth. from sb.jdm. etw. abringen
to wrest sth. from sb. jdm. etw. abtrotzen
to wrest sth. from sb.'s grasp jdm. etw. entringen
to wrest sth. out of sth.etw. [Akk.] winden aus etw. [Dat.]
to wrest the lawdas Gesetz verdrehen
to wrestle ringen
to wrestle catchen
to wrestle forkämpfen um
to wrestle for ringen um
to wrestle sb. down jdn. niederringen [geh.] [zu Boden bringen]
to wrestle sth. outetw. durchfechten
to wrestle throughsich durchkämpfen
to wrestle throughsich durchschlagen
to wrestle with a problem mit einem Problem ringen
to wrestle with sb. mit jdm. kämpfen
to wrestle with sth. [with difficulties, problems, etc.] sich [Akk.] mit etw. [Dat.] abmühen [mit Schwierigkeiten, Problemen etc.]
to wriggle schlängeln
to wriggle sich winden
to wriggle about on one's chairauf dem Stuhl herumrutschen [ugs.]
to wriggle alongsich dahinschlängeln
to wriggle for an answer sich bei einer Antwort winden
to wriggle intosich hineindrängen
to wriggle into sich hineinschlängeln
to wriggle like an eel [idiom]sich [Akk.] (drehen und) winden wie ein Aal [Redewendung]
to wriggle oneself along sich durchschlängeln
to wriggle oneself out of sth.sich aus etw. herauswinden
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