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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 tablesich [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. kaltmachen [ugs.]
to bump sb. off [coll.] [idiom] jdn. abservieren [ugs.] [ermorden]
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
to bump-start anschieben
to bum-rush sth. [sl.] etw. stürmen [Veranstaltung, ohne zu zahlen]
to bunchbündeln
to bunchpaketieren
to bunch togetherzusammenbündeln
to bunch upGrüppchen / Haufen bilden
to bundlezusammenpacken
to bundle bündeln
to bundlezusammenbündeln
to bundlezusammenschnüren
to bundle zusammenbinden
to bundle off eilig wegschicken
to bundle sb. into a patrol car jdn. in einen Streifenwagen verfrachten
to bundle sb. offjdn. eilig wegschicken
to bundle sb. outjdn. eilig hinausschicken
to bundle sb. out of bedjdn. eilig aus dem Bett holen
to bundle sth. into sheaves [grain stalks]etw. zu Garben bündeln / binden
to bundle sth. up etw. zusammenbündeln
to bundle togetherzusammenbündeln
to bundle together zusammenpacken
to bundle together zusammenraffen
to bundle up zusammenbündeln
to bundle upzusammenschnüren
to bundle up bündeln
to bundle up [to dress warmly] sich einmummeln [ugs.] [sich dick und warm anziehen]
to bundle (up) [to dress warmly] (sich) warm einpacken
to bung [Br.] [coll.] [to throw] schmeißen [ugs.]
to bung [Br.] [coll.] [to throw]werfen
to bung sth. [to close sth. with a stopper, plug up sth.] etw. [Akk.] spunden
to bung sth. in the bin [Br.] [coll.] etw. in den Mülleimer schmeißen [ugs.]
to bung sth. up etw. zuspunden
to bung sth. up [Am.] etw. verbeulen
to bung sth. up [Am.] [damage]schwer beschädigen
to bung sth. (up) [cork, stopper] etw. zupfropfen
to bung sth. (up) [esp. a barrel]etw. verspunden
to bung sth. (up) [plug, clog] etw. verstopfen
to bung sth. (up) [to plug] pfropfen [mit einem Pfropfen verschließen]
to bungle durcheinander kommen [alt]
to bungle pfuschen [ugs.]
to bungle stümpern [ugs.]
to bungle muddeln [nordd.]
to bungle durcheinanderkommen
to bungle a piece of workeine Arbeit verpfuschen [ugs.]
to bungle sth. etw. [Akk.] vermasseln [ugs.]
to bungle sth. etw. [Akk.] verpfuschen [ugs.]
to bungle sth.etw. [Akk.] verderben [verpfuschen]
to bungle sth.etw. [Akk.] verbocken [ugs.]
to bungle the joballes vermasseln [ugs.]
to bunk [Br.] [sl.] [to flee]abhauen [ugs.] [verschwinden, sich davonmachen]
to bunk [Br.] [sl.] [to run off or away] ausbüxen [regional]
to bunk in [sl.] einquartieren
to bunk off [Br.] [coll.] [to run off] abhauen [ugs.]
to bunk off sth. [Br.] [sl.] [to play truant from sth.] [school, work] in / bei etw. unentschuldigt fehlen [Schule, Unterricht, Arbeit]
to bunk (off) [Br.] [sl.] [to run off]türmen [ugs.] [abhauen]
to bunk (off) sth. [Br.] [sl.] [to absent oneself from sth.] [school, work] etw. schwänzen [ugs.] [Schule, Unterrichtsstunde, Arbeit]
to bunker [load a vessel's bunker with coal or oil for the engine]bunkern
to bunker sth.etw. laden
to bunt [with horns or baseball bat] stoßen
to buoy sth. [mark with an anchored float] etw. betonnen [mit Tonnen od. Bojen versehen]
to buoy sth. (off / out) [e.g. a channel]etw. mit Bojen markieren [z. B. ein Fahrwasser]
to buoy sth. (off / out) [e.g. a channel] etw. ausbojen [z. B. ein Fahrwasser]
to buoy upaufrechterhalten
to buoy upflott halten
to buoy up über Wasser halten
to buoy up spirits [idiom]die Stimmung hoch / oben halten
to buoy up sth. [fig.] etw. [Dat.] Auftrieb geben
to burble plappern [ugs.]
to burbleplätschern
to burblegurgeln [mit gurgelnder Stimme reden]
to burden belasten
to burden befrachten [geh.] [fig.]
to burden [also fig.] aufbürden [geh.] [auch fig.]
to burden an estate with ein Grundstück belasten mit
to burden one's conscience withsein Gewissen belasten mit
to burden one's memory with sein Gedächtnis belasten mit
to burden oneself sich [Akk.] belasten
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