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EnglishGerman
to barbecue grillieren [schweiz.]
to barberrasieren
to barber sb. jdn. barbieren [hum.] [veraltet]
to barcode sth. [affix label]ein Barcode-Etikett an etw. [Dat.] anbringen
to bard bardieren
to bareausziehen
to bare freimachen
to barebloßlegen
to bare enthüllen
to bare all [get naked] alle Hüllen fallen lassen [ugs.] [hum.] [sich nackt ausziehen]
to bare one shoulder eine Schulter entblößen
to bare one's breast seine Brust entblößen
to bare one's claws seine Krallen zeigen
to bare one's fangs [fig.] seine Krallen zeigen [fig.]
to bare one's head den Hut abnehmen
to bare one's head das Haupt entblößen [geh.]
to bare one's head sein Haupt entblößen [geh.]
to bare one's teeth die Zähne fletschen
to bare one's teeth seine Zähne zeigen
to bare one's teeth die Zähne blecken
to bare one's teeth [fig.]die Zähne zeigen [fig.]
to bare one's teeth in a grinzahnen [ugs.] [regional] [grinsen]
to bare one's thoughts seine Gedanken offenlegen
to bare sb./sth. jdn./etw. entblößen
to bare sth. etw. [Akk.] offenlegen
to bare sth.etw. [Akk.] offen legen [alt]
to bare sth. [esp. tech.: cables etc.] etw. [Akk.] freilegen [bes. tech.: Kabel etc.]
to bare the roots die Wurzeln freilegen
to bare the roots of a plantdie Wurzeln einer Pflanze freilegen
to barely squeak through [coll.]knapp durchkommen
to barf [Am.] [sl.] kotzen [ugs.]
to barf [esp. Am.] reihern [ugs. für: sich erbrechen]
to barf [sl.] sich übergeben
to barf [sl.] kotzen [ugs.]
to bargaineinen Handel abreden
to bargainfeilschen
to bargainGeschäfte machen
to bargain handeln [feilschen, den Preis herunterhandeln]
to bargain schachern [pej.]
to bargainverhandeln
to bargain übereinkommen
to bargain about sth. um etw. feilschen
to bargain away verhandeln
to bargain awayverschleudern
to bargain away sth. etw. verspielen [Vorteile]
to bargain for feilschen
to bargain forerhandeln
to bargain for account ein Geschäft auf Rechnung abschließen
to bargain for cashein Kassageschäft abschließen
to bargain for sth. um etw. handeln
to bargain for sth. handeln
to bargain for sth.um etw. feilschen
to bargain hunt sth. etw. [Akk.] zum Schnäppchenpreis ergattern [ugs.]
to bargain over sth. um etw. feilschen
to bargain with sb. for sth. mit jdm. um etw. feilschen
to bargain-huntauf Schnäppchenjagd gehen
to barge torkeln
to barge against sth. gegen etw. torkeln
to barge against sth.gegen etw. rempeln [ugs.]
to barge insich eindrängen
to barge in sich einmischen
to barge in [coll.] [abruptly enter a room] hereinplatzen [ugs.]
to barge in between sich dazwischendrängen
to barge in (on sb./sth.) (bei jdm./etw.) hereinplatzen
to barge in (on) dazwischenplatzen (bei)
to barge intohineintorkeln
to barge into / against sb. [coll.] jdn. anrempeln [ugs.]
to barge into a room in einen Raum stürzen
to barge into sb./sth. jdn./etw. rempeln [ugs.]
to barge into the discussion in die Diskussion hineinplatzen
to barge into the room in den Raum hineinstürzen
to barge one's way through the crowdssich durch die Menge drängeln [ugs.]
to bar-hop [Am.]eine Kneipentour machen
to barhop [coll.] [Am.] von Kneipe zu Kneipe ziehen [ugs.]
to barhop [coll.] [Am.]eine Kneipentour machen [ugs.]
to barhop [coll.] [Am.] einen Streifzug durch die Kneipen machen [ugs.]
to barkbellen
to bark abrinden
to barkabschälen
to bark blaffen [ugs.] [bellen]
to barkschälen [Baumstamm]
to bark bläffen [ugs.] [bellen]
to barkgäuzen [regional] [bellen]
to bark [utter a bark or make a sound like a dog]gauzen [auch gäuzen] [regional] [bellen]
to bark a tree einen Baum entrinden
to bark at sb. [fig.] jdn. anherrschen [fig.]
to bark at sb./sth. [also fig.] jdn./etw. anbellen [auch fig.]
to bark at the moon den Mond anbellen
to bark back zurückbellen
to bark one's shinsich [Dat.] das Schienbein abschürfen
to bark sth. [esp. Br.] [strip the bark (from a tree or piece of wood)] etw. [Akk.] entrinden [einen Baum, einen Ast etc.]
to bark up the wrong tree [idiom]auf dem Holzweg sein [Redewendung]
to bark up the wrong tree [idiom]bei jdm. an der falschen Adresse sein [Redewendung]
to barnstorm Wahlrede halten
to barnstorm [Am.]in der Provinz Wahlreden halten
to baronize sb. jdn. baronisieren
to barrackkasernieren
to barrack [Br.] [coll.] buhen
to barrack [Br.] [coll.] pfeifen [auspfeifen]
to barrack for ... [Br.] [Aus.] [coll.] schreien für ...
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