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to bury at sea zur See bestatten
to bury deeplytief vergraben
to bury (hurriedly) scharren [verscharren]
to bury one's face in one's handsdas Gesicht in den Händen vergraben
to bury one's face in one's hands sein Gesicht mit den Händen verdecken
to bury one's head in the sand Vogel-Strauß-Politik betreiben
to bury one's head in the sand [idiom] den Kopf in den Sand stecken [Redewendung]
to bury one's nose in one's books [idiom] die Nase ins Buch stecken [Redewendung]
to bury oneself [animal] sich [Akk.] vergraben [Tier]
to bury oneself in a bookschmökern [ugs.]
to bury oneself in one's books sich in seine Bücher verkriechen
to bury oneself in one's books [fig.] sich in seinen Büchern vergraben [fig.]
to bury oneself in one's studiessich in seine Studien vertiefen
to bury oneself in one's work sich in seine Arbeit vertiefen
to bury oneself in sth. [books, work, grief etc.] sich in etw. [Dat. o. Akk.] vergraben [fig.] [versenken]
to bury sb.jdn. bestatten
to bury sb. alivejdn. lebendig begraben
to bury sb. alivejdn. bei lebendigem Leib / Leibe begraben
to bury sb./sth.jdn./etw. beerdigen
to bury sb./sth. [also fig.] jdn./etw. begraben [auch fig.]
to bury sb./sth. [avalanche etc.] jdn./etw. verschütten [Lawine etc.]
to bury sb./sth. [fig.] [to abandon, to withdraw support] jdn./etw. fallen lassen [fig.] [auch: fallenlassen] [aufgeben, die Unterstützung entziehen]
to bury sth. [e.g. a treasure] etw. verbuddeln [ugs.]
to bury sth. [hide in the ground; cover with earth] etw. [Akk.] verlochen [schweiz.] [vergraben, verscharren]
to bury sth. [hide in the ground]etw. vergraben
to bury the dead die Toten beerdigen
to bury the hatchet [idiom] das Kriegsbeil begraben [Redewendung]
to bury the lead [den Hauptpunkt hinter einer Einleitung verbergen]
to bus [Am.]Geschirr abräumen [im Restaurant]
to bus [transport in a bus] mit einem Bus transportieren
to bus [travel in a bus]mit einem Bus reisen
to bus a table [Am.] einen Tisch abräumen [im Restaurant]
to bushausbuchsen
to bushwalk [Aus.] [NZ]wandern [im australischen Busch]
to bushwhack [Am.] [clear a path through thick woods]sich [Dat.] einen Weg bahnen [durch unwegsamen Wald]
to bushwhack sb.jdm. auflauern
to busk Straßenmusik machen
to busk [Scot.: to prepare]vorbereiten
to busk about [coll.] [rare] herumsuchen
to busk it [coll.]improvisieren
to busk sth. [Scot.] [adorn, dress] etw. verzieren
to buss [to kiss playfully or rudely]küssen
to bust kaputtgehen [ugs.]
to bust Pleite machen
to bust [Am.] [sl.]auffliegen lassen
to bust [coll.] [burst]zerplatzen
to bust a gut [coll.] [esp. Am.] [fig.] [to laugh very energetically] sich krank lachen [ugs.] [fig.]
to bust a gut [coll.] [fig.] [to work extremely hard]sich aufhaxen [ugs.] [bayer.]
to bust a gut [coll.] [fig.] [to work very hard]sich totarbeiten [ugs.]
to bust a gut [coll.] [idiom] [to work very hard]sich krumm und bucklig arbeiten [ugs.] [fig.]
to bust a gut [coll.] [idiom] [to work very hard] sich dumm und dämlich arbeiten [ugs.] [fig.]
to bust a gut [coll.] [idiom] [to work very hard]sich [Akk.] kaputt schuften [ugs.] [regional]
to bust a gut [coll.] [idiom] [to work very hard] sich totschuften [ugs.] [fig.]
to bust a gut (for sb./sth.) [coll.] [idiom] [to work very hard] sich (für jdn./etw.) den Arsch aufreißen [derb] [Idiom] [schwer arbeiten, keine Mühe scheuen]
to bust a move [coll.] [idiom] [to dance]das Tanzbein schwingen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [tanzen]
to bust a nut [vulg.] [sl.] [idiom] [lose one's temper]aus der Haut fahren [Redewendung]
to bust a nut doing sth. [vulg.] [sl.] [idiom] [work very hard]sich [Dat.] bei etw. [Dat.] den Arsch aufreißen [derb]
to (bust a) nut [sl.] [vulg.] [ejaculate]abspritzen [ugs.] [vulg.] [ejakulieren]
to bust heads Schädel einschlagen
to bust one's ass [esp. Am.] [vulg.]sich [Dat.] den Arsch aufreißen [derb]
to bust one's back [Am.] [coll.] sich abschuften [ugs.]
to bust one's back [fig.] [Am.] [coll.]sich abrackern [ugs.]
to bust one's chops [Am.] [sl.] sich [Dat.] den Arsch aufreißen [derb]
to bust out [coll.] [break out, escape] ausbrechen [entkommen]
to bust out laughing [coll.] [esp. Am.] in Gelächter ausbrechen [auch: laut loslachen]
to bust sb. [Am.] [sl.] jdn. verhaften
to bust sb. [coll.] [catch, convict] jdn. hinter Schloss und Riegel bringen / setzen [fig.]
to bust sb. [coll.] [arrest]jdn. hochgehen lassen [ugs. für: verhaften]
to bust sb.'s balls [Am.] [sl.]jdn. verarschen [ugs.]
to bust sb.'s cherry [sl.] jdn. entjungfern
to bust someone's chops [Am.] [coll.]jdm. die Hölle heiß machen [ugs.]
to bust sth. [coll.] etw. [Akk.] sprengen
to bustle hin und her eilen
to bustle herumhetzen
to bustlesich rühren [aktiv sein, herumwuseln]
to bustle sich tummeln
to bustleübereifrig sein
to bustle aboutgeschäftig herumlaufen
to bustle aboutgeschäftig hin und her rennen
to bustle aboutherumjagen
to bustle aboutherumschwirren
to bustle aboutherumfuhrwerken [ugs.]
to bustle about herumwuseln [ugs.]
to bustle about zeiseln [regional] [eilen, geschäftig sein]
to bustle aroundwuseln
to bustle around fuhrwerken [ugs.]
to bustle offdavoneilen
to busy oneself wirtschaften [sich zu schaffen machen]
to busy oneselfsich [Akk.] betätigen
to busy oneself [in the kitchen, in the garden, etc.] sich [Akk.] zu schaffen machen [in der Küche, im Garten etc.]
to busy oneself with doing sth. sich mit etw. zu schaffen machen
to busy oneself with sth.sich mit etw. beschäftigen
to busy oneself with sth. an / mit etw. herumfuhrwerken [ugs.]
to butcher schlachten
to butcher [also fig.] niedermetzeln [auch fig.]
to butcher [botch]verhunzen [ugs.]
to butcher [coll.] [to ruin, deface] verunstalten
to butcher [fig.] verpfuschen [ugs.]
to butcher [fig.] [play, piece of music, language]vergewaltigen [fig.]
to butcher [to kill or cut up an animal for meat] metzgern [regional] [Tiere schlachten, abschlachten]
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