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to charge sth. to sb.'s room (bill) jdm. etw. aufs Zimmer schreiben
to charge sth. (with sth.) [fill, load, feed] etw. [Akk.] (mit etw. [Dat.]) beschicken [befüllen]
to charge stiff pricesgesalzene Preise verlangen
to charge taxSteuer verlangen
to charge that ...behaupten, dass ... [anklagend]
to charge that ...kritisieren, dass ...
to charge the battery den Akku aufladen
to charge the jurydie Schöffen ermahnen
to charge the jury die Geschworenen belehren [als Richter]
to charge to an accountein Konto belasten
to charge to one's account seinem Konto anrechnen
to charge to sb.'s accountjdm. in Rechnung stellen
to charge (to) a credit card eine Kreditkarte belasten
to charge too muchzuviel berechnen [alt]
to charge too much zu viel berechnen
to charge up against sth.aufrechnen
to charge up against sth. [money] gegen etw. aufrechnen
to charge with vorhalten
to chariot [drive a chariot] einen Streitwagen führen
to chark [obs.] kohlen [veraltet]
to charmbannen [bezaubern]
to charmentlocken
to charm herauszaubern
to charmergetzen [veraltet] [ergötzen]
to charm berücken [geh.]
to charm [delight] entzücken
to charm a thing out of a person heraustreiben
to charm an audience ein Publikum entzücken
to charm away wegzaubern
to charm away melancholy die Traurigkeit wegzaubern
to charm sb. jdn. bezaubern
to charm sb. jdn. durch Zauber beschützen
to charm sb. jdn. charmieren [geh.]
to charm sb./sth. [protect by supernatural powers] jdn./etw. durch Zauber schützen
to charm snakes Schlangen beschwören
to charm sth. [snakes etc.]etw. beschwören [Schlangen etc.]
to charm the pants off sb. [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] jdn. um den (kleinen) Finger wickeln [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to charm to sleepin Schlaf versetzen
to chart zeichnen
to chartkartieren
to chart kartographisch erfassen
to chart kartographieren
to chart kartografieren
to chart charten [ugs.]
to chart [coll.] [to rank in the charts] es in die Charts geschafft haben
to chart [to sell enough copies to enter the music charts]es in die Charts schaffen
to chart ocean currents Meeresströmungen kartografisch erfassen
to chart sth. etw. aufzeichnen
to chart sth.etw. grafisch darstellen
to chart sth.etw. graphisch darstellen
to chart sth. [make a map of an area] etw. kartografisch aufnehmen [auch: etw. kartographisch aufnehmen]
to chart-bomb sb. [coll.] [hum.]jdn. mit grafischen Darstellungen überwältigen
to charter chartern
to charter ein Schiff mieten
to charter mieten
to charter vermieten
to charter [hire]anheuern [mieten, leasen]
to charter a coach einen Bus mieten
to charter a ship ein Schiff chartern
to charter a vessel ein Schiff chartern
to charter an aircraft ein Flugzeug chartern
to charter sth. etw. [Akk.] verfrachten
to charter sth. out etw. [Akk.] verchartern
to chase rasen
to chase [threads] nachschneiden [Gewinde]
to chase a rainbow einem Regenbogen nachjagen
to chase aboutherumjagen
to chase after nachjagen
to chase after a bit of skirt [coll.]einer Schürze nachjagen [ugs.]
to chase after a woman [to woo]einer Frau hinterherrennen [ugs.] [einer Frau nachstellen]
to chase after sb. hinter jdm. her sein
to chase after sb. jdm. nachjagen
to chase after sb. jdm. nachsetzen
to chase after sb./sth. hinter jdm./etw. herjagen
to chase after sth. hinter etw. [Dat.] her sein [ugs.]
to chase after women Frauen nachlaufen
to chase (after) girls [idiom] hinter (den) Mädchen her sein [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to chase aroundherumjagen
to chase around / about herumhetzen [ugs.]
to chase away verjagen
to chase away davonjagen
to chase awaywegjagen
to chase awayverscheuchen [absichtlich verjagen, auch fig.]
to chase awayfortscheuchen
to chase away a dog einen Hund wegjagen
to chase deerRotwild jagen
to chase down [track down] aufspüren
to chase each other sich gegenseitig jagen
to chase each other einander jagen
to chase ghostsGespenstern nachjagen
to chase into hineinjagen
to chase money dem Geld hinterherjagen
to chase one's dreams seinen Träumen nachjagen
to chase out hinausjagen
to chase sb.jdm. nachstellen
to chase sb. jdn. verfolgen [jagen, nachlaufen]
to chase sb. [with erotic intent]jdm. nachsteigen [ugs.]
to chase sb. away jdn. fortjagen
to chase sb. away [drive off by nagging, unfair criticism etc.]jdn. wegbeißen [fig.]
to chase sb. back jdn. zurückjagen
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