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to change the staff die Belegschaft auswechseln
to change the station den Radiosender wechseln
to change the subject von etwas anderem reden
to change the subjectdas Thema wechseln
to change the subjectvom Thema ablenken
to change the subjectdas Gespräch abbiegen
to change the switch [Am.]die Weiche stellen [Eisenbahn]
to change the tactic die Taktik umstellen
to change the time die Zeit ändern
to change the tone of one's voice mit anderer Stimme sprechen
to change the topicdas Gesprächsthema wechseln
to change the watchdie Uhr umstellen
to change the world for the better die Welt verbessern
to change time die Uhr umstellen
to change to red [traffic light] rot werden [Ampel]
to change to the contrary ins Gegenteil umschlagen
to change to the opposite sich ins Gegenteil verkehren
to change (to) umlegen (auf) [fig.] [Termin]
to change topicdas Thema wechseln
to change trainsumsteigen
to change tune [idiom]andere Saiten aufziehen [Redewendung]
to change uphochschalten
to change up heraufschalten [Auto]
to change up a gear einen Gang höherschalten
to change water into ice Wasser in Eis verwandeln
to change-overüberblenden
to changeover umschalten
to channel kanalisieren
to channel fließen lassen
to channel leiten
to channel lenken
to channel schleusen
to channelkannelieren [mit senkrechten Rillen versehen, z. B. Säulen, Pfeiler]
to channelausleiten
to channel [water, river]hindurchleiten
to channel a desire ein Bedürfnis lenken
to channel ineinschleusen
to channel offabzweigen
to channel offableiten
to channel sb. [be inspired by sb., sb.'s style] von jdm. inspiriert sein [bes. stilistisch]
to channel sb. [coll.] [to invoke the style of another person]jds. Geist heraufbeschwören [dessen Stil u. ä.]
to channel sb. [emulate]jdm. nacheifern
to channel sth.etw. [Akk.] kannelieren [rillen, furchen]
to channel sth. [cut grooves in sth.] etw. [Akk.] riefen
to channel sth. [cut grooves in sth.]etw. [Akk.] rillen [mit Rillen versehen]
to channel sth. [fig.]etw. dirigieren [in eine Richtung]
to channel sth. [furrow, gouge] etw. furchen
to channel sth. [hollow out]etw. aushöhlen
to channel sth. [way, course] sich [Dat.] etw. bahnen [Weg etc.]
to channel the flood of touristsden Reisestrom lenken
to channel-hop [Br.] [coll.] ständig den Kanal wechseln
to channel-hop [Br.] [coll.]ständig umschalten
to channel-hop [Br.] [coll.]herumzappen [ugs.]
to channel-hop [coll.] zappen [ugs.]
to channelise [Br.]kanalisieren
to channelize kanalisieren
to channel-surf [Am.] [coll.]zappen [ugs.]
to chantsingen [Sprechgesang]
to chantskandieren
to chant psalmodieren
to chant [a slogan] im Sprechchor rufen
to chant a spell ein Zauberwort aussprechen
to chant protest slogansmit Sprechchören protestieren
to chant protest slogansProtestparolen skandieren
to chant sb.'s praisesjdm. lobsingen
to chant slogans Parolen skandieren
to chant sth. in chorus etw. [Akk.] im Sprechchor rufen
to chant the praises oflobsingen
to chap Risse bekommen [Haut]
to chapaufspringen [Haut, Lippen]
to chap [Scot.: knock] klopfen
to chaperon eskortieren
to chaperon [escort]begleiten
to chaperon [hum.]Anstandsdame spielen bei [hum.]
to chaperon [supervise]beaufsichtigen
to chaperon / chaperone a young lady eine junge Dame begleiten
to chaperone sb. [escort] jdn. begleiten
to chaperone sb. [hum.] bei jdm. Anstandsdame spielen [hum.]
to chaperone sb. [supervise] jdn. beaufsichtigen
to chaptalise [Br.] chaptalisieren
to chaptalize chaptalisieren
to charverkohlen
to char ankohlen
to charmit Kohle bezeichnen
to char schwärzen
to char versengen
to char [Br.]Hausarbeit verrichten [gegen Bezahlung]
to char for sb. [Br.] [coll.] [dated] bei jdm. putzen [als Job]
to characterise [Br.]charakterisieren
to characterise [Br.] [be characteristic of sth.] kennzeichnen
to characterise [Br.] [describe sth. as] bezeichnen
to characterise sb. as sth. [Br.]jdn. als etw. apostrophieren [geh.]
to characterise sb./sth. [Br.]jdn./etw. prägen
to characterise sb./sth. (as ...) [Br.] [describe] jdn./etw. beschreiben (als ...) [charakterisieren]
to characterize beschreiben
to characterize charakterisieren
to characterize bezeichnen
to characterize kennzeichnen
to characterize sb./sth.jdn./etw. abstempeln [fig.] [mit einer meist negativen Wertung versehen und darauf festlegen]
to characterize sb./sth.jdn./etw. prägen
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