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to boom out [thunder, guns, voice, etc.] dröhnen [Donner, Geschütze, Stimme etc.]
to boom (out) [thunder, voice, etc.] donnern [Donner, Stimme etc.]
to boomerang wie ein Bumerang zurückkommen
to boomerang (on sb.) sich (für jdn.) als Bumerang erweisen
to boondoggle [Am.] Zeit und Geld verplempern [auf Staatskosten]
to boost ankurbeln
to boostverstärken
to boost erhöhen
to boosthochschieben
to boostin die Höhe treiben
to boostReklame machen
to boostSpannung erhöhen
to booststärken
to boost aufpulvern
to boostauffrischen [Impfung]
to boost [sl.] [steal] klauen [ugs.]
to boost inflationdie Inflation anheizen
to boost morale die Moral anspornen
to boost morale die Moral heben
to boost one's waresseine Ware anpreisen
to boost performance die Leistung steigern
to boost prices Preise in die Höhe treiben
to boost productiondie Produktion ankurbeln
to boost sales die Umsätze erhöhen
to boost sales den Umsatz steigern
to boost sb.'s morale jdm. (moralischen) Auftrieb geben
to boost sth. etw. unterstützen [stärken, verstärken]
to boost sth. etw. anheben [Frequenz, Höhen, Tiefen]
to boost sth. etw. anschieben [fig.] [ugs.] [ankurbeln, voran bringen]
to boost sth. [strengthen, increase]etw. antreiben [ankurbeln, verstärken]
to boost sth. [strengthen]etw. fördern [verstärken]
to boost the economy die Wirtschaft in Schwung bringen
to boost the economydie Wirtschaft ankurbeln
to boost the value of a share den Wert einer Aktie erhöhen
to boost the voltage die Spannung erhöhen
to boothochfahren
to boot [ball] kicken [ugs.]
to boot [idiom] obendrein
to boot [idiom]noch dazu
to boot [idiom] [in end position, emphasizing the preceding phrase] [formal or hum.]zudem [obendrein]
to boot [obs.]einen Vorteil bringen
to boot a computereinen Computer hochfahren
to boot sb. [coll.] [to kick]jdn. umtreten [ugs.]
to boot sb. [obs.] [give profit or advantage to] jdm. nützen [helfen]
to boot sb. out [coll.] jdn. rausschmeißen [ugs.]
to boot sb. out [coll.]jdn. ausbooten [ugs.] [aus seiner Stellung entfernen / verdrängen]
to boot sb. out [coll.] [to fire] jdn. entlassen
to boot sb./sth. [archaic] [enrich] jdn./etw. bereichern [fig.]
to boot sb./sth. [kick] jdm./etw. einen Fußtritt geben
to boot sb./sth. [kick] jdn./etw. treten
to boot up hochfahren
to boot (up)booten
to boot (up) the computer den Computer hochfahren
to bootleg schmuggeln
to bootlegillegal anzapfen
to bootleg raubkopieren
to bootleg [Am.] illegal herstellen
to bootleg [Am.]illegal verkaufen
to bootleg [produce illegally]schwarz herstellen
to bootlick [coll.] jdm. schmeicheln [sich einschmeicheln, liebedienern]
to bootlick [coll.]kriechen [pej.] [fig.]
to bootlick sb. [coll.] jdm. in den Arsch kriechen [vulg.]
to bootlick sb. [coll.]jdm. die Stiefel lecken [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to bootstrapurladen
to bootstrap sich [Dat.] selbst helfen
to bootstrap sth.etw. laden
to booze [coll.] bechern [ugs.]
to booze [coll.]picheln [ugs.]
to booze [coll.] saufen [ugs.]
to booze [coll.] zechen
to booze [coll.] schnapseln [österr.]
to booze [coll.] tschechern [österr.] [ugs.] [sich betrinken]
to booze [coll.] [in a pub]kneipen [ugs.] [bechern]
to booze up [sl.]sich volllaufen lassen [ugs.]
to booze-cruise [coll.] auf einer Sauftour sein [ugs.]
to bop [esp. Br.] [coll.]schwofen [ugs.] [tanzen]
to bop [esp. Br.] [coll.] schwoofen [ugs.] [tanzen]
to bop [sl.] knuffen [ugs.]
to bop aroundherumspringen
to bop sb. on the head [sl.]jdm. eins über den Schädel geben [ugs.]
to borateborieren
to borderangrenzen
to border begrenzen
to borderbordieren
to borderumsäumen
to borderrändern [selten]
to border [a garment]verbrämen
to border [edge, frame]mit einer Randleiste versehen
to border [edge]einfassen
to border [edge] umranden
to border [frame] umrahmen
to border [hem, edge] einsäumen
to border [hem, edge] säumen
to border on angrenzen
to border on a country an ein Land grenzen
to border on each otheraneinandergrenzen
to border on each otheraneinander grenzen [alt]
to border on insolence an Unverschämtheit grenzen
to border on etw. benachbart sein
to border on sth.etw. berühren [angrenzen]
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