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to bleed from the noseaus der Nase bluten
to bleed internally innere Blutungen haben
to bleed into sth. [clothes with their fabric colours/colors] auf etw. [Akk.] abfärben [Textilien]
to bleed like a pigwie ein Schwein bluten [derb] [heftig bluten]
to bleed like a stuck pig [also fig.]bluten wie eine gestochene Sau [auch fig.]
to bleed like a stuck pig [coll.] [idiom]wie ein gestochenes Schwein bluten [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to bleed off ableiten [Spannung]
to bleed off Spannung ableiten
to bleed out verbluten
to bleed profusely heftig bluten
to bleed profusely stark bluten
to bleed readily leicht bluten [schnell bluten]
to bleed sb. jdn. zur Ader lassen
to bleed sb.jdm. Blut absaugen
to bleed sb. [also fig.]jdn. schröpfen [auch fig.]
to bleed sb. dry [coll.] [fig.]jdn. (total) ausnehmen [ugs.]
to bleed sb. white jdn. bis zum Weißbluten ausbeuten
to bleed sb. white [coll.]jdn. ausbeuteln [ugs.]
to bleed sb. white [coll.] [fig.] jdn. (total) ausnehmen [ugs.]
to bleed sb. white [coll.] [fig.] jdn. schröpfen [ugs.] [fig.]
to bleed slightly ein wenig bluten
to bleed slightly leicht bluten [nicht stark bluten]
to bleed sth. dry [exploit] [workers, masses] etw. auspowern [ugs.] [pej.] [Arbeiter, Massen]
to bleed sth. dry [fig.] [impoverish] [soil, fields, market] etw. auspowern [ugs.] [fig.] [Erde, Felder, Märkte]
to bleed sth. dry [organization, country, nation] etw. auspowern [ugs.] [pej.] [Organisation, Land, Nation]
to bleed sth. white [organization, country, nation] etw. auspowern [ugs.] [pej.] [Organisation, Land, Nation]
to bleed the citizens with taxes die Bürger mit Steuern schröpfen
to bleed the radiator den Heizkörper entlüften
to bleed through sth. [e.g. ink through paper]durch etw. [Akk.] gehen [Die Farbe einer Füllfeder sickert durch das Papier.]
to bleed through (the paint) durchbluten [Beize]
to bleed to death ausbluten
to bleed to deathverbluten
to bleed to death [fig.]ausbluten [fig.]
to bleed white [fig.] ausbluten (lassen) [fig.]
to bleep piepsen
to bleeppiepen
to bleep sb. jdn. anpiepsen
to bleep sb. [e.g. doctor, in hospital]jdn. rufen [mit einem Pager]
to bleep sth. (out) [Am.][etwas mit einem Pfeifton übertönen, im Fernsehen, Musik]
to blemish beflecken
to blemishverunstalten
to blemish entstellen
to blemish schänden
to blench zurückschrecken
to blenchvermeiden
to blenchzurückweichen
to blench [spv.] [chiefly dialect] erblassen
to blench [spv.] [chiefly dialect] erbleichen
to blench [spv.] [chiefly dialect] bleich werden
to blend einblenden
to blend mengen
to blend mischen
to blend ineinander übergehen
to blendmit Wasser verdünnen
to blendvermengen
to blendvermischen
to blend verschneiden [mischen: Tabak, Wein, Rum etc.]
to blend zusammenmischen
to blend effilieren
to blendblenden [Petrochemie mischen]
to blend durchmischen
to blendgattieren
to blend pürieren
to blendverschmelzen [mischen]
to blend sich mischen
to blendsich vermischen
to blend versprudeln [österr.] [verquirlen]
to blend [archaic] [bedazzle] blenden [täuschen]
to blend [by hand] anrühren
to blend [e.g. colors] anmischen [z. B. Farben]
to blend [mix with a beater or whisk] absprudeln [österr.] [verquirlen]
to blend a teamein Team (richtig) zusammenstellen [die richtige Mischung finden]
to blend colors [Am.]Farben ineinander übergehen lassen
to blend colors [Am.] Farben mischen
to blend colours [Br.]Farben mischen
to blend colours [Br.] Farben ineinander übergehen lassen
to blend different sorts of tea Teesorten mischen
to blend inüberblenden
to blend insich einfügen
to blend in sich optisch angleichen
to blend in sich integrieren
to blend insich vermischen
to blend in well (with sth.)gut (zu etw. [Dat.]) passen
to blend in with sth. [to fit in] mit etw. [Dat.] harmonieren [sich gut in etw. einfügen]
to blend into each other ineinander übergehen
to blend into sth.sich zu etw. vereinigen
to blend sth. etw. verbinden [vermischen]
to blend sth. [by beating]etw. verschlagen [durch Schlagen vermischen]
to blend sth. [e.g. with a wooden spoon] etw. anrühren
to blend sth. into sth. etw. in etw. [Akk.] einmischen
to blend with sth. sich mit etw. vertragen
to blenderize sth.etw. [Akk.] (im Mixer) zerkleinern
to blenderize sth. [liquefy]etw. (im Mixer) pürieren
to bless segnen
to blessseligpreisen
to bless beglücken
to blessglücklich machen
to blesspreisen
to bless seligsprechen
to blessbenedeien [bibl., sonst veraltet] [segnen]
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