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to boil away verkochen
to boil awaywegkochen
to boil away [alcohol in cooking]verfliegen [Alkohol beim Kochen]
to boil downeindampfen
to boil down to herunterkochen auf
to boil down to sth.auf etw. einkochen
to boil down to sth. [fig.] auf etw. [Akk.] hinauslaufen
to boil dryverkochen
to boil fast schnell kochen
to boil furiouslywie wild kochen [in Wasser]
to boil gentlymit kleinem Feuer kochen
to boil in their jackets [e.g. potatoes] mit (der) Schale kochen
to boil inside [fig.] innerlich kochen [fig.]
to boil lightly bei niederer Temperatur kochen
to boil off absieden
to boil out auskochen
to boil out ausbrühen
to boil out (mit kochendem Wasser) keimfrei machen
to boil out (the) instruments Instrumente abkochen / auskochen [sterilisieren]
to boil over überlaufen [überkochen]
to boil over [also fig.] überkochen [auch fig.]
to boil over / up [fig.] [emotions, debate] hochkochen [fig.] [Emotionen, Debatte]
to boil over a slow firebei geringer Hitze kochen
to boil over with anger [fig.]vor Zorn überkochen [fig.]
to boil over with rageaus Wut überschäumen
to boil potatoes Kartoffeln kochen
to boil riceReis kochen
to boil sth.etw. kochen lassen
to boil sth. [to kill the germs] etw. abkochen [keimfrei machen]
to boil sth. down [fig.] [arguments, statements]etw. auf den Punkt bringen [fig.]
to boil sth. down [reduce the volume of a liquid by boiling] etw. reduzieren [das Einkochen lassen bis zu der gewünschten Dicke]
to boil sth. down to an essence [idiom] etw. auf den Punkt bringen [Redewendung]
to boil sth. till soft [coll.]etw. [Akk.] weich kochen
to boil sth. until softetw. [Akk.] weich kochen
to boil tar Teer kochen
to boil the laundrydie Wäsche kochen
to boil the ocean sich übernehmen [sich zu viel zumuten]
to boil the washing die Wäsche kochen
to boil thoroughlydurchkochen
to boil to a mash zu einem Brei kochen
to boil to a pulp zu einem Brei verkochen
to boil to shredsverkochen
to boil too long zu lange kochen
to boil until it forms a syrupzu einem Sirup kochen
to boil until soft weichkochen
to boil until tender weich kochen
to boil upaufkochen
to boil up überkochen [österr., sonst regional für: aufkochen]
to boil up again erneut aufkochen (lassen)
to boil water Wasser kochen
to boil well gut kochen
to boil with anger [fig.]vor Zorn kochen [fig.]
to boil with indignation [idiom] vor Entrüstung außer sich [Dat.] sein [Redewendung]
to boil with ragevor Wut kochen
to boink [Am.] [vulg.]bumsen [vulg.]
to boldface sth. [typography] etw. [Akk.] fetten [selten] [fett schreiben]
to boldface sth. [typography]etw. [Akk.] fett schreiben
to bolk [archaic or dialect] [belch] bölken [ugs.] [bes. niederd.] [rülpsen]
to bollix sth. [Am.] [coll.] etw. verpfuschen [ugs.]
to bollix sth. [Am.] [coll.]etw. durcheinander bringen [alt]
to bollix sth. [Am.] [coll.] etw. durcheinanderbringen
to bollix sth. up [coll.]etw. vermasseln [ugs.]
to bollocks sth. [sl.] bei etw. Mist bauen [ugs.]
to bolshevise [Br.] bolschewisieren
to bolshevizebolschewisieren
to bolster Mut machen
to bolsterauspolstern
to bolster Kissen unterlegen
to bolsterkünstlich halten
to bolsterpolstern
to bolster [fig.] stärken
to bolster [support] helfen
to bolster a credit einen Kredit stützen
to bolster sb. up jdn. stärken
to bolster sb. up jdm. Mut machen
to bolster sb. upjdm. den Rücken stärken
to bolster sb./sth. jdn./etw. unterstützen [verstärken, bestärken]
to bolster up aufpolstern
to bolster upunterstützen
to bolster up verstärken
to bolster up verteidigen
to bolster up a viceals Helfershelfer dienen
to boltstürzen [davonstürzen]
to bolt durchgehen [Pferd]
to boltverbolzen
to bolt mit Schraubbolzen befestigen
to bolt [coll.] [to flee]verschwinden [fliehen]
to bolt [door, window]zuriegeln
to bolt [examine]untersuchen
to bolt [flee rapidly]ausreißen [ugs.] [davonlaufen]
to bolt [flee]flüchten
to bolt [flee] sich [Akk.] aus dem Staub machen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to bolt [flee] sich davonmachen
to bolt [flee]wegrennen
to bolt [flee] durchbrennen [ugs.] [davonlaufen]
to bolt [flee] abhauen [ugs.] [fliehen]
to bolt [food] schlingen [Essen]
to bolt [hurry] eilen
to bolt [move or run away suddenly]Reißaus nehmen [ugs. für: davonlaufen]
to bolt [move quickly]springen [laufen, eilen]
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