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to bow oneself offsich verabschieden
to bow oneself out of the room sich unter Verbeugungen entfernen
to bow outsich verabschieden
to bow out [idiom]ausscheiden [sich zurückziehen]
to bow out (of sth.) (aus etw. [Dat.]) aussteigen [sich zurückziehen]
to bow out (of sth.) [fig.]sich [Akk.] (aus etw. [Dat.]) zurückziehen
to bow slightlysich leicht verbeugen
to bow sth. etw. beugen [Kopf etc.]
to bow the knee das Knie beugen
to bow to sich beugen
to bow tosich unterwerfen
to bow to nobody [fig.]sich niemandem unterwerfen
to bow to pressure sich [Akk.] dem Druck beugen
to bow to public pressuresich [Akk.] dem Druck der Öffentlichkeit beugen
to bow to sb. jdn. mit einer Verbeugung grüßen
to bow to sb. seinen Hut lüften
to bow to sb.sich vor jdm. verbeugen
to bow to sb./sth. [also fig.] sich [Akk.] vor jdm./etw. verneigen [auch fig.]
to bow to sb./sth. [submit] sich jdm./etw. unterwerfen
to bow to sb.'s arguments sich jds. Argumenten beugen
to bow to sb.'s judgement sich dem Spruch jds. beugen
to bow to sb.'s wishjds. Wünschen folgen
to bow to sb.'s wishes jds. Wünschen nachgeben
to bow to the commandsich [Akk.] dem Befehl beugen
to bow to the inevitablesich [Akk.] in das Unvermeidliche fügen
to bow to the inevitable sich [Akk.] dem Unvermeidlichen beugen
to bow to the inevitable sich [Akk.] dem Unausweichlichen beugen
to bow to the inevitablesich in das / ins Unvermeidliche schicken
to bow to the majority sich [Akk.] der Mehrheit beugen
to bow to the victor sich dem Sieger unterwerfen
to bow to (the) discipline sich der Disziplin unterordnen
to bow up to sb.sich unter Verbeugungen nähern
to bowdlerise [Br.]bereinigen
to bowdlerise sth. [Br.] etw. [Akk.] entfernen [zensieren]
to bowdlerize booksBücher reinigen [zensieren]
to bowdlerize sth.etw. [Akk.] bereinigen [anstößige Stellen entfernen]
to bowdlerize sth. etw. [Akk.] entfernen [anstößige Stellen]
to bowdlerize sth.etw. [Akk.] kürzen [zensieren]
to bowdlerize sth.etw. [Akk.] revidieren [anstößige Stellen entfernen]
to bowdlerize sth. etw. [Akk.] säubern [zensieren]
to bowdlerize sth.etw. von anstößigen Stellen reinigen
to bowdlerize sth.etw. [Akk.] zensieren [anstößige Stellen entfernen]
to bow-hunt mit Pfeil und Bogen jagen
to bowk [Br.] [dialect] [to belch] [cf. to bolk] bölken [ugs.] [bes. niederd.] [rülpsen]
to bowk [sl.] [regional] [to vomit] kotzen [ugs.]
to bowlBowling spielen
to bowl kegeln
to bowl kugeln
to bowl rollen lassen
to bowl bowlen [auf der Bahn]
to bowl Kegel schieben [bowlen, kegeln]
to bowl [a ball]rollen [einen Ball]
to bowl [cricket] werfen
to bowl a hoopeinen Reifen rollen lassen
to bowl a strikeeinen Strike schaffen [Bowling]
to bowl along dahinfahren
to bowl alongdahinrollen
to bowl alongdarintraben
to bowl along [Br.]dahinsausen [mit Fahrzeug zu Land oder zu Wasser]
to bowl for sth. [a prize]etw. [Akk.] auskegeln [einen Preis]
to bowl overbesiegen
to bowl over umwerfen
to bowl sb. a googly [Br.] [fig.] jdn. überrumpeln
to bowl sb. outjdn. verdrängen
to bowl sb. over [coll.] [fig.] [stun psychologically]jdn. umschmeißen [ugs.] [fig.] [aus der Fassung bringen]
to bowl sb. over [coll.] [from amazement]jdn. umhauen [ugs.]
to bowl sb. over [idiom]jdm. die Sprache verschlagen [Redewendung]
to bowl sth. down [also fig.]etw. umkegeln [auch fig.]
to bowl wide [cricket] die Kugel weit werfen
to bow-wow bellen
to bowwow bellen
to boxboxen
to box einpacken
to boxeinschachteln
to box einsperren
to boxin Kartons verpacken
to boxin Kisten packen
to box in Schachteln einpacken
to boxin Schachteln packen
to boxstopfen
to box an article for saleeinschachteln
to box earsohrfeigen
to box in einbuchsen
to box off abteilen
to box out [Scot.: to panel with wood] mit Holz verschalen
to box sb. jdn. boxen [Sportjargon] [gegen jdn. boxen]
to box sb. in [fig.] jdn. einschränken
to box sb. in [parallel parking] jdn. zuparken
to box sb./sth. injdn./etw. einschließen [von allen Seiten umschließen]
to box sb./sth. in jdn./etw. einsperren
to box sb./sth. in [trap or hem in]jdn./etw. einkeilen
to box sb.'s ear jdn. ohrfeigen
to box sb.'s ear jdm. eine kleben [ugs.]
to box sb.'s earsjdn. ohrfeigen
to box sth.etw. [Akk.] für den Versand einpacken
to box sth.etw. [Akk.] einpacken [in Kiste, Karton]
to box sth. [fig.] [to enclose as if in a box]etw. einengen
to box sth. upetw. [Akk.] einpacken [in Karton(s)]
to box sth. upetw. [Akk.] (in einen Karton / eine Schachtel) verpacken
to box the earsohrfeigen
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