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to buy sth. on tick [Br.] [coll.]etw. auf Pump kaufen [ugs.]
to buy sth. ready-made etw. fertig kaufen
to buy sth. ready-made etw. von der Stange kaufen [ugs.]
to buy sth. sight unseenetw. ungesehen kaufen
to buy sth. sight unseen etw. unbesehen kaufen
to buy sth. there and thenetw. vom Fleck weg kaufen [ugs.]
to buy (sth.) (etw.) kaufen
to buy the farm [Am.] [sl.] [idiom] [die]den Löffel abgeben [ugs.] [Redewendung] [sterben]
to buy the farm [Am.] [sl.] [idiom] [die] ins Gras beißen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [sterben]
to buy things Anschaffungen machen
to buy tickets in advance Karten im Vorverkauf besorgen
to buy tickets on the day [at the box office/cinema, in the evening]Karten an der Abendkasse kaufen
to buy tickets on the day [daytime event, e.g. a festival] Karten an der Tageskasse kaufen
to buy tickets on the day [of travel] Fahrscheine am Reisetag lösen
to buy time [idiom]Zeit gewinnen [Redewendung]
to buy unseenunbesehen kaufen
to buy up aufkaufen
to buy votes Stimmen erkaufen
to buy wholesaleim Großen kaufen
to buy wholesale im Großhandel einkaufen
to buzzsummen
to buzz surren
to buzz schwirren
to buzz sirren
to buzz [Am.] [coll.] [to telephone] durchklingeln [ugs.] [nordd.] [anrufen]
to buzz [Am.] [coll.] [to telephone] anrufen
to buzz [brass instrument] buzzen [ugs.] [Anglizismus]
to buzz [bumble-bee, etc.] brummen [Hummel, große Fliege etc.]
to buzz [buzzer] buzzern [ugs.] [Anglizismus]
to buzz [fig.] [telephone lines, wires, etc.] heiß laufen [Telefonleitungen, -drähte usw.]
to buzz aroundgeschäftig sein
to buzz around sb./sth. jdn./etw. umschwirren
to buzz around (sth.) [fly, bee etc.] (um etw. [Akk.]) herumbrummen [Fliege, Biene usw.]
to buzz off [chiefly Br.] [coll.] [to leave]davonschwirren
to buzz off [coll.] abbrausen [ugs.]
to buzz off [coll.]einen Abgang machen [ugs.] [abhauen]
to buzz off [coll.] einen Abflug machen [ugs.] [abhauen / verschwinden]
to buzz off [coll.] abzischen [ugs.]
to buzz off [coll.] abschwirren [ugs.; auch fig.]
to buzz (shrilly) [alarm clock, telephone etc.] schnarren
to buzz sth. [coll.] [to fly low over sth.]etw. [Akk.] niedrig überfliegen [in niedriger Flughöhe über etw.]
to by-pass überbrücken
to bypassüberbrücken
to bypass [fig.] [to skip] übergehen [überspringen]
to bypass [town, village] umfahren [auf einer Umgehungsstraße]
to bypass official channelsInstanzen überspringen
to bypass sb./sth.jdn./etw. umgehen
to bypass the question an der Fragestellung vorbeigehen
to bypass the question an der Sache vorbeigehen
to bypass the wholesalerden Großhändler übergehen
to cab [coll.] [to travel in a taxicab] mit dem Taxi fahren [als Fahrgast]
to cabal intrigieren
to cabal Ränke schmieden [geh.] [veraltend]
to cabbage [Br.] [sl.] [be idle]herumhängen [ugs.] [Personen]
to cabbage [steal]stehlen
to cabin sth. [restrain] etw. [Akk.] beschränken
to cablekabeln
to cable telegrafieren
to cable verkabeln
to cable telegrafisch durchgeben
to cablefunken
to cable sth. [to telegraph] etw. drahten [veraltend] [telegraphieren]
to cablecastHochseekabel legen
to cache puffern
to cache verstecken
to cachezwischenspeichern
to cachecachen
to cache sth.etw. in den Cachespeicher aufnehmen
to cack up [esp. Aus.] [sl.] [crack up with laughter] laut loslachen
to cackle gackern [auch fig.]
to cackle schnattern [auch fig.]
to cackle plappern [ugs.]
to cackle kichern
to cacklegackernd lachen
to cackle kakeln [nordd.] [gackern]
to cackle at sb. jdn. anschnattern
to cackle like a goose schnattern wie eine Gans
to cacuminate [archaic] schärfen
to caddie for sb. für jdn. als Caddie arbeiten [Golfsport]
to cadge [Br.] [coll.] schnorren [ugs.]
to cadge from sb. [Br.] [coll.]jdn. anpumpen [ugs.]
to cadge money [Br.] [coll.]um Geld anpumpen [ugs.]
to cadge sth. (off / from sb.) [Br.] [coll.]etw. (bei / von jdm.) schnorren [ugs.]
to cadmium-plate sth. etw. verkadmen [selten] [kadmieren]
to cadmium-plate sth. etw. [Akk.] kadmieren
to cageeinsperren
to cage a birdeinen Vogel einsperren
to cage sb. jdn. in einen Käfig sperren
to cage up in einen Käfig sperren
to cage upeinsperren
to cajole [schmeichelnd] betteln
to cajole drängen
to cajole sb.jdn. beschwatzen [ugs.]
to cajole sb.jdm. schmeicheln [um zu überreden]
to cakesintern
to cakezusammenbacken
to cake festbacken
to cakeKlumpen bilden
to cake (sich) verkrusten
to cake on to sth. an etw. anbacken [regional] [sich an etw. festsetzen]
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