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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 rage vor 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 bolsterMut machen
to bolster auspolstern
to bolsterKissen unterlegen
to bolsterkünstlich halten
to bolster polstern
to bolster [fig.]stärken
to bolster [support] helfen
to bolster a crediteinen Kredit stützen
to bolster sb. up jdn. stärken
to bolster sb. upjdm. Mut machen
to bolster sb. up jdm. den Rücken stärken [Redewendung]
to bolster sb./sth. jdn./etw. unterstützen [verstärken, bestärken]
to bolster up aufpolstern
to bolster upunterstützen
to bolster up verstärken
to bolster upverteidigen
to bolster up a vice als Helfershelfer dienen
to bolt stürzen [davonstürzen]
to boltdurchgehen [Pferd]
to bolt verbolzen
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]
to bolt [run away]davonstürzen
to bolt [run quickly] sausen [laufen]
to bolt [sift] beuteln [veraltet] [mit dem Beutel sieben]
to bolt [sift] sieben
to bolt a dooreine Tür verriegeln
to bolt a windowein Fenster verriegeln
to bolt down [food] hinunterschlingen [schnell essen]
to bolt down sth. [food] etw. [Akk.] hastig verschlingen
to bolt in [rush in; away from observer] hineinplatzen
to bolt in [rush in; away from observer] hineinstürzen
to bolt in [rush in; towards observer] hereinplatzen
to bolt in [rush in; towards observer]hereinstürzen
to bolt on (to)festschrauben (an)
to bolt one's dinnersein Essen hinunterschlingen
to bolt one's foodsein Essen verschlingen
to bolt one's meal seine Mahlzeit verschlingen
to bolt oneself insich einsperren
to bolt out [lock out] aussperren
to bolt out [rush out; away from observer]hinausstürzen
to bolt out [rush out; away from observer] hinausstürmen
to bolt out [rush out; towards observer] herausstürzen
to bolt out [rush out; towards observer]herausstürmen
to bolt sb. in jdn. einsperren
to bolt sth. [a door, a window, etc.] etw. [Akk.] verriegeln [eine Tür, ein Fenster etc.]
to bolt sth. [sift] etw. sieben
to bolt sth. down [e.g. to the floor]etw. festschrauben [z. B. am Fußboden]
to bolt sth. on / to sth.etw. [Akk.] an etw. [Dat.] anschrauben
to bolt sth. to sth.etw. an etw. [Dat.] mit Schraubbolzen befestigen
to bolt sth. to sth. [parts] etw. mit etw. [Dat.] verschrauben
to bolt togethermit Bolzen zusammenschrauben
to bolt together mit Bolzen verbinden
to bolt (together) verschrauben
to bolt upmit Bolzen zusammenschrauben
to bomb bombardieren
to bomb mit Bomben bewerfen
to bomb mit Bomben schmeißen [ugs.]
to bomb bomben [ugs.]
to bomb [Am.] [coll.] floppen [ugs.]
to bomb [Am.] [coll.] [event] ein Reinfall sein [ugs.] [Veranstaltung]
to bomb [coll.] [go fast] fegen [ugs.] [rasen]
to bomb [coll.] [go fast] rasen [sich schnell bewegen]
to bomb [obs.] [to make a buzzing sound] zischen [surren]
to bomb along dahinfegen [rasen]
to bomb along zischen [rasen]
to bomb along [coll.] dahinrasen [ugs.]
to bomb along [drive fast]rasen
to bomb down the motorway [coll.] über die Autobahn brettern [ugs.]
to bomb it [coll.] [drive / ride very fast] Vollgas fahren, dass es kracht [ugs.]
to bomb outausbomben
to bomb out with sb. [coll.]bei jdm. abblitzen [ugs.]
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