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to bulk up aufstocken
to bull auf Hausse spekulieren
to bull(vorwärts) drängen
to bull (one's way)sich [Dat.] den Weg erzwingen
to bull the market die Preise in die Höhe treiben
to bulldoze terrorisieren
to bulldozeplanieren [mit Bulldozer]
to bulldoze dem Erdboden gleichmachen
to bulldoze [fig.]bedrängen
to bulldoze one's way [coll.] [fig.]sich durchboxen [ugs.]
to bulldoze sth. [level off] etw. einebnen
to bulldoze sth. away etw. mit Baggern abtragen
to bulldoze sth. through [bill etc.]etw. durchpeitschen
to bulldozer [also fig.] sich [Akk.] rücksichtslos seinen Weg bahnen [auch fig.]
to bulldozer (away) sth. etw. [Akk.] demolieren
to bulldozer sb.jdn. drangsalieren
to bullshit [vulg.] [to speak nonsense] seichen [regional] [pej.] [Unsinn reden]
to bullshit [vulg.] [to speak nonsense]Scheiß quatschen [salopp] [Unsinn reden]
to bullshit sb. [vulg.]jdm. Scheiße erzählen [vulg.]
to bullshit sb. [vulg.] jdn. verscheißern [ugs.] [salopp]
to bullshit sb. [vulg.] jdm. Scheiß erzählen [salopp] [pej.]
to bully herumkommandieren [ugs.]
to bullynötigen
to bully quälen
to bully drangsalieren
to bullykujonieren [ugs.]
to bully [persecute] schikanieren
to bully aboutherumkommandieren [ugs.]
to bully about tyrannisieren
to bully around herumkommandieren [ugs.]
to bully around tyrannisieren
to bully arounddrangsalieren
to bully around schikanieren
to bully offdas Bully ausführen
to bully one's waysich [Dat.] in grober Weise Zutritt verschaffen
to bully sb. jdn. tyrannisieren [unterdrücken, drangsalieren]
to bully sb.jdn. einschüchtern
to bully sb. jdn. wie einen Hund behandeln
to bully sb. jdn. schurigeln [ugs.] [jdn. schikanieren]
to bully sb. jdn. mobben [ugs.]
to bully sb. jdn. piesacken [ugs.]
to bully sb. into doing sth. jdn. unter Druck setzen, etw. zu tun
to bullyrag mit jdm. derbe Scherze treiben
to bum a cigarette off sb. [coll.]von jdm. eine Zigarette schnorren [ugs.]
to bum a smoke [coll.]eine Zigarette schnorren [ugs.]
to bum around [Am.] [coll.] gammeln [ugs.]
to bum around [Am.] [coll.] herumvagabundieren
to bum around [Am.] [coll.] umherlungern [ugs.]
to bum one's way through France [coll.]durch Frankreich gammeln [ugs.]
to bum sb. out [sl.] jdn. runterziehen [ugs.] [fig.] [gefühlsmäßig]
to bum sth. off sb. [coll.] bei / von jdm. etw. schnorren [ugs.] [Zigarette etc.]
to bum (sth.) [Am.] [coll.] (etw. [Akk.]) schnorren [ugs.]
to bumbaze sb./sth. [chiefly Scot.] [to bewilder] jdn./etw. [Akk.] verwirren
to bumble [to buzz or hum] summen
to bumble about herumwursteln [ugs.]
to bumble throughsich (irgendwie) durchwursteln [ugs.]
to bump plumpsen [ugs.]
to bumpstoßen
to bumpanstoßen
to bump [slightly] antitschen [regional, bes. Ruhrdeutsch] [leicht anstoßen]
to bump [volleyball] baggern [Volleyball]
to bump [vulg.] bumsen [vulg.]
to bump a programme [Br.] eine Sendung auf einen anderen / schlechteren Sendeplatz verschieben
to bump against each other zusammenstoßen
to bump down sich mit einem Plumps niederlassen
to bump heads [fig.]aneinander geraten
to bump into hineinplumpsen
to bump into hineinschlagen
to bump intohineinstoßen
to bump into each other aneinander stoßen [alt]
to bump into each other aneinanderstoßen
to bump into each other aufeinander stoßen [alt]
to bump into each other aufeinanderprallen [Autos etc.]
to bump into sb.jdm. zufällig begegnen
to bump into sb. in jdn. hineinrennen / hineinlaufen
to bump into sb. jdn. anrempeln [ugs.]
to bump into sb. [coll.] [meet accidentally] jdm. in die Arme laufen [Redewendung]
to bump into sb. [meet by accident] jdn. zufällig treffen
to bump into sb./sth.jdn./etw. anfahren [z. B. mit dem Auto]
to bump into sth.auf etw. stoßen
to bump off [coll.] [to kill] abknallen [ugs.]
to bump on sth.an etw. [Dat.] anschlagen [anstoßen]
to bump one's toe on sth. [stub one's toe] sich [Dat.] den Zeh an etw. [Dat.] stoßen
to bump oneself on the edge of the table sich [Akk.] an der Tischkante stoßen
to bump sb. [coll.] [to dislodge, to appropriate the privileges of] jdn. verdrängen [von seinem Platz usw.]
to bump sb. [coll.] [to dismiss]jdn. rauswerfen [ugs.] [entlassen]
to bump sb. [to deny access to an overbooked flight, hotel etc.] [jdm. wegen Überbuchung einen Platz im Flugzeug, Hotel usw. verweigern]
to bump sb. off [coll.]jdn. abservieren [ugs.] [ermorden]
to bump sb. off [coll.] jdn. kaltmachen [ugs.]
to bump sb. off [coll.] [kill, murder] jdn. umlegen [ugs.] [salopp] [umbringen]
to bump sb./sth. up [fig.] [coll.]jdn./etw. hochstufen [z. B. in höhere Beförderungsklasse im Flugzeug]
to bump sth. against sth. [a body part against an object] etw. an etw. anrennen [ugs.]
to bump sth. up (to sth.) [coll.] [salary]etw. aufbessern (auf etw.) [Gehalt]
to bump together zusammenstoßen
to bump uglies [Am.] [sl.]bumsen [ugs.] [salopp] [koitieren]
to bump up [auction price]hochtreiben [Preis auf Auktion]
to bump up against reality [fig.] mit der Wirklichkeit konfrontiert werden
to bump up prices Preise erhöhen
to bump up (prices) [coll.] [Br.] (Preise) hinaufjagen [ugs.]
to bump (up) against sth. gegen etw. stoßen
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