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to bus a table [Am.] einen Tisch abräumen [im Restaurant]
to bush ausbuchsen
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 buskStraßenmusik 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 bustkaputtgehen [ugs.]
to bustPleite 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 headsSchädel 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 bustle sich rühren [aktiv sein, herumwuseln]
to bustlesich tummeln
to bustleübereifrig sein
to bustle about geschäftig herumlaufen
to bustle about geschäftig hin und her rennen
to bustle aboutherumjagen
to bustle aboutherumschwirren
to bustle about herumfuhrwerken [ugs.]
to bustle aboutherumwuseln [ugs.]
to bustle about zeiseln [regional] [eilen, geschäftig sein]
to bustle around wuseln
to bustle around fuhrwerken [ugs.]
to bustle off davoneilen
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]
to butcher a language [coll.] [fig.] eine Sprache verunstalten
to butcher sb. [murder] jdn. hinschlachten
to butcher sb. [to kill cold-bloodedly] jdn. niedermachen [ugs.] [kaltblütig töten]
to butcher sb./sth. jdn./etw. abschlachten [auch fig.]
to butt mit dem Kopf stoßen
to butt [with the horns]mit den Hörnern stoßen
to butt against sb. auf jdn. stoßen
to butt against sth.gegen etw. stoßen
to butt heads with sb. (over sth.) [Am.] [coll.] [fig.] [idiom] mit jdm. (wegen etw. [Gen.]) aneinandergeraten
to butt in jdm. reinreden
to butt in [coll.]jdn. unterbrechen
to butt in [coll.]dazwischenplatzen
to butt in [e.g. during a conversation] einhaken [ugs.] [jds. Gespräch o.Ä. unterbrechen]
to butt in [fig.] [coll.] sich [Akk.] einmischen
to butt in [interrupt a conversation]dazwischenreden
to butt in (on sb.) [coll.](jdm.) dazwischenfunken [unaufgefordert in einem Gespräch] [ugs.]
to butt into sth.sich in etw. einmischen
to butt out [coll.]sich raushalten [ugs.]
to butt-dial [coll.][im Sitzen unabsichtlich die Ruftaste seines Telefons mit dem Gesäß aktivieren]
to buttermit Butter bestreichen
to butter [buildup by welding] aufpuffern [aufschweißen]
to butter a baking tineine Backform mit Butter ausstreichen
to butter bread Brot buttern
to butter bread Brot mit Butter bestreichen
to butter sb. up [coll.] [fig.]jdm. Honig ums Maul schmieren [ugs.] [fig.] [Redewendung]
to butter sb. up [coll.] [fig.] jdm. Honig um den Bart schmieren [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to butter sb. up [coll.] [fig.]jdm. Honig um den Mund schmieren [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to butterfly (about) herumflattern
to butt-joint aneinanderlegen [stumpf-]
to butt-joint anfügen [stumpf-]
to buttle [hum.] [sl.]dienen [als Diener]
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