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to bite the hand that feeds you [idiom]am Ast sägen, auf dem man sitzt [Redewendung]
to bite the nails down to the quick [down to the nailbed] die Nägel bis aufs Fleisch abkauen [ugs.]
to bite through sth. etw. [Akk.] durchbeißen
to bite togetheraufeinander beißen [alt]
to bite together aufeinanderbeißen
to bits [love, miss; thrilled, etc.] [coll.] über alles [sehr, außerordentlich]
to bitterly regret sth. etw. bitter bereuen
to bituminise [Br.] asphaltieren
to bituminise [Br.] bituminieren
to bituminize asphaltieren
to bituminize bituminieren
to bivouac biwakieren
to bivouac im Freien übernachten
to bivouac ein Biwak aufschlagen [biwakieren]
to blab klatschen [ugs.] [schwatzen]
to blab quackeln [nordd.] [ugs.] [pej.] [quatschen]
to blab [coll.] schwatzen [bes. nordd.] [ausplaudern]
to blab [coll.] verklatschen [ugs.]
to blab [coll.] sich verplappern [ugs.]
to blab [coll.] quatschen [ugs.]
to blab [coll.] [pej.] [talk foolishly or mindlessly] plappern [ugs.] [pej.] [daherreden]
to blab [coll.] [reveal secrets by indiscreet talk] plaudern [Geheimnisse ausplaudern]
to blab outausschwatzen
to blab (out) sth. [coll.]etw. [Akk.] ausratschen [österr.] [ugs.]
to blab sth. [coll.] etw. ausplaudern
to blab sth. [coll.] [reveal secrets by indiscreet talk] etw. verraten [ausplaudern]
to blab sth. out [coll.] etw. austragen [veraltet] [ausplaudern]
to blabber plappern [ugs.]
to blackschwärzen
to black [with black polish] wichsen [mit schwarzer Wichse]
to black a factory [chiefly Br.] [by trade unions]eine Fabrik bestreiken
to black one's face sein Gesicht schwärzen
to black oneself up sich schwarz anmalen
to black out verdunkeln
to black out [faint, lose consciousness] ohnmächtig werden
to black out [faint, lose consciousness]das Bewusstsein verlieren [ohnmächtig werden]
to black out a room einen Raum verdunkeln
to black sb.'s eyejds. Auge blau schlagen
to black shoesSchuhe wichsen [mit schwarzer Schuhwichse]
to black sth. out etw. unterdrücken [verdrängen]
to black sth. out [with ink, paint] etw. schwärzen [Text etc.]
to black up [coll.] sich schwarz anmalen
to blackballablehnen
to blackball durchfallen lassen
to blackball dagegen stimmen
to blackball a billeinen Gesetzesantrag ablehnen
to black-ball sb.jdn. ausschließen
to blackball sth.gegen etw. stimmen
to blacken anschwärzen [schwarz machen]
to blacken anrußen
to blackensich schwarz färben
to blacken [fig.] schlechtmachen
to blacken [make black]schwärzen
to blacken sb. [fig.] [besmirch] jdn. besudeln
to blacken sb. [fig.] [defame]jdn. verleumden
to blacken sb. [fig.] [defame] jdn. diffamieren
to blacken sb. [fig.] [defame] jdn. verunglimpfen
to blacken sb.'s eyejdm. ein blaues Auge schlagen
to blacken sb.'s (good) name [idiom]jds. (guten) Namen beschmutzen [Redewendung]
to blacken sth.etw. schwarz machen
to blacken sth. [shoes] etw. wichsen [Schuhe]
to blacken sth. with soot etw. rußen
to blacken sth./sb. with sootetw./jdn. mit Ruß schwärzen
to blackguard sb./sth. [dated] [abuse or disparage scurrilously]jdn./etw. verleumden
to blackguard sb./sth. [dated] [abuse or disparage scurrilously] jdn./etw. verunglimpfen [verleumden]
to blackguard sb./sth. [dated] [abuse or disparage scurrilously] jdn./etw. schlechtmachen [verleumden]
to blacklead sth. [archaic] etw. mit Graphit auskleiden [bedecken]
to blacklist sb. jdn. auf die schwarze Liste setzen
to blacklist sth.etw. auf die schwarze Liste setzen
to blackmail sb.jdn. erpressen
to blackmail sb. into doing sth. jdn. durch Erpressung dazu zwingen, etw. zu tun
to black-marketverschieben [Waren]
to blackoutverdunkeln
to blacktop sth. [Am.] [road or driveway] etw. asphaltieren [mit schwarzem Asphalt; Straße oder Garagenzufahrt]
to black-wash schwärzen
to blackwash sb. [coll.] jdn. anschwärzen [ugs.] [fig.]
to blade [skate on in-line skates] bladen [Inlineskates laufen]
to blag [Br.]um Geld anpumpen
to blag [Br.] [coll.] schnorren [ugs.]
to blag [Br.] [coll.]mogeln [ugs.]
to blag [Br.] [sl.]berauben
to blag [Br.] [sl.] ausrauben [Bank]
to blag [Br.] [sl.] bluffen
to blag one's way into a club [Br.] [coll.]sich in einen Klub hineinmogeln [ugs.]
to blag sth. from sb. [Br.] [coll.] [obtain by wheedling]jdm. etw. abschwindeln
to blametadeln
to blamevorwerfen
to blame oneselfsich [Akk.] zur Schuld bekennen
to blame oneself sich [Dat.] (selbst) die Schuld geben
to blame oneself for sth. sich Vorwürfe machen wegen etw. [Gen.]
to blame sb. jdn. beschuldigen
to blame sb.jdm. die Schuld zuschreiben
to blame sb.jdn. rügen
to blame sb. jdn. verantwortlich machen
to blame sb. for everything jdm. die Schuld an allem geben
to blame sb. for sth. jdm. für etw. die Schuld geben
to blame sb. for sth.jdm. die Schuld für etw. zuweisen
to blame sb. for sth. jdm. die Schuld an etw. [Dat.] zuschreiben
to blame sb. for sth.jdm. etw. anlasten
to blame sb. for sth.jdm. etw. verübeln
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