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EnglishGerman
to blow the whistle on sb. vor jdm. warnen [über Fehlverhalten etc. informieren]
to blow the whistle on sb. [coll.] [inform of illicit activities]jdn. verpfeifen [ugs.]
to blow the whistle on sb./sth. [idiom]über jdn./etw. auspacken [ugs.] [Missstände aufdecken]
to blow throughdurchblasen
to blow through [Aus.] [sl.] durchbrennen [ugs.] [davonlaufen]
to blow through money [fig.] Geld verschleudern
to blow through the jets die Düsen durchblasen
to blow to atoms [coll.]in Stücke sprengen
to blow to bitsin Stücke sprengen
to blow to pieces in die Luft sprengen
to blow to pieces in Stücke sprengen
to blow to smithereens in Stücke sprengen
to blow upaufblasen
to blow upsich aufblähen
to blow up explodieren
to blow up in die Luft sprengen
to blow up sprengen
to blow upvergrößern
to blow upauseinandersprengen [durch Explosion]
to blow up in die Luft fliegen [ugs.]
to blow upaufblähen
to blow up [coll.]hochpuschen [ugs.] [Frage, Konflikt]
to blow up a picture ein Bild vergrößern
to blow up (a problem) (ein Problem) hochschaukeln [ugs.]
to blow up all the tyresalle Reifen aufblasen
to blow up dust Staub aufwirbeln
to blow up in sb.'s face [fig.] [idiom] ins Auge gehen [fig.] [Redewendung]
to blow up in sb.'s face [idiom] jdm. um die Ohren fliegen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to blow up in sb.'s face [idiom] [being harmful or damaging]jdm. auf die Füße fallen [Redewendung] [jdm. schaden]
to blow up like a balloon [coll.] [fig.] wie ein Hefekloß aufgehen / auseinandergehen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to blow up sth. etw. in die Luft jagen [ugs.]
to blow up sth. with dynamite etw. mit Dynamit in die Luft sprengen
to blow up the bridge die Brücke in die Luft jagen
to blow-dry fönen [alt]
to blow-dry föhnen
to blow-dry [hair etc.] trockenblasen
to blow-dry one's hair sein Haar föhnen
to blow-dry one's hair sich [Dat.] die Haare mit dem Fön trocknen [alt]
to blow-dry one's hair sich [Dat.] die Haare mit dem Föhn trocknen
to blub [coll.] [to cry] plärren [ugs.] [weinen]
to blub [coll.] [to cry] flennen [ugs.] [weinen]
to blub [coll.] [to cry]heulen [ugs.] [weinen]
to blubber [coll.] [to cry] heulen [ugs.] [weinen]
to blubber [coll.] [to cry]flennen [ugs.] [weinen]
to blubber [coll.] [to cry] plärren [ugs.] [weinen]
to blubber outschluchzen [unter Tränen sagen]
to blubber out heulend hervorbringen [ugs.]
to blubber out sich ausheulen [ugs.] [fig.]
to bludge sth. off sb. [Aus.] [NZ] [coll.]etw. bei jdm. schnorren [ugs.]
to bludgeon sb.jdn. (mit einem Knüppel) verprügeln
to bludgeon sb. jdn. niederknüppeln
to bludgeon sb. [fig.] jdn. bearbeiten [ugs.]
to bludgeon sb. into doing sth. [coll.] jdn. so lange bearbeiten, bis er etw. tut [ugs.]
to bludgeon sb. to death jdn. zu Tode prügeln
to bludger [spec. Aus., NZ.] [coll.]schmarotzen
to blue blau anlassen
to bluebläuen [blau färben]
to blue [Br.] verjubeln
to blue [Br.] [coll.] [rare]verplempern [ugs.]
to blue sth. [Br.] [coll.] [dated] [squander or recklessly spend (money)] etw. verpulvern [ugs.]
to blue sth. [coll.] [spend] etw. [Akk.] auf den Kopf hauen [ugs.] [ausgeben] [Redewendung]
to blue-pencilüberarbeiten
to blue-pencil sth.etw. korrigieren [ändern, bes. in Texten]
to blueprintentwerfen
to blufftäuschen
to bluffbluffen
to bluff mogeln [ugs.]
to bluff vortäuschen
to bluff it out [coll.] sich rausreden [ugs.]
to bluff one's way through sich durchschlagen [mit Tricks, Mogeleien etc.]
to bluff sb. [stun] jdn. verblüffen [durch Trick etc.]
to blundereinen Bock schießen [ugs.] [fig.] [Redewendung]
to blunder danebengreifen [ugs.] [etwas Falsches tun]
to blunder einen Fehler machen
to blunder grobe Fehler machen
to blunderins Fettnäpfchen treten [fig.] [Redewendung]
to blundersich schwer irren
to blunder stolpern
to blunder ungeschickt handeln
to blunder blindlings handeln
to blunder Mist bauen [ugs.]
to blunder es vermasseln [ugs.]
to blundersich blamieren
to blunder pfuschen [ugs.]
to blunder einen Schnitzer machen [ugs.]
to blunder [make a stupid or careless mistake]murksen [ugs.] [pej.]
to blunder [make a stupid or careless mistake] patzen [ugs.] [kleinere Fehler machen, fehlerhaft arbeiten]
to blunder about [in darkness]herumtappen [ugs.] [im Dunklen]
to blunder alongsich durchwurschteln [ugs.]
to blunder along klabastern [regional]
to blunder aroundherumtappen
to blunder into hineinstolpern
to blunder into sth.in etw. hineingeraten
to blunder into sth. in etw. hineinstolpern
to blunder into sth. in etw. reingeraten [ugs.]
to blunder on blind weitermachen [fig.]
to blunder out ausplaudern
to blunder outherausplatzen
to blunder throughhindurchstolpern
to blunge Ton mit Wasser vermengen
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