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to chew the cud wiederkäuen
to chew the fat [coll.] quatschen [ugs.]
to chew the fat with sb. [coll.]mit jdm. ein Schwätzchen halten [ugs.]
to chew the fat with sb. [coll.] mit jdm. über Gott und die Welt reden
to chew the rag [coll.] plaudern
to chew the rag [coll.] quatschen [ugs.]
to chew the shit [Am.] [vulg.] rumquatschen [ugs.]
to chew through sth. [animals]sich durch etw. hindurchfressen [Tiere]
to chew tobacco Tabak kauen
to chew tobacco priemen [einen Priem kauen]
to chew up sth.etw. [Akk.] aufkauen [selten für: zerkauen]
to chew up sth. [bread, pencil etc.] etw. [Akk.] zerkauen
to chicaneschikanieren
to chicken out [coll.] sich [Akk.] verdrücken [ugs.]
to chicken out [coll.]den Schwanz einziehen [ugs.] [Redewendung] [sich einschüchtern lassen]
to chicken out (of sth.) [coll.](vor etw. [Dat.]) kneifen [ugs.] [sich (vor etw.) drücken]
to chicken out (of sth.) [coll.]sich [Akk.] (vor etw. [Dat.]) drücken [ugs.]
to chide (for)tadeln (für / wegen)
to chide sb.jdn. rügen
to chide sb. jdn. ausfilzen [schelten] [veraltet]
to chide sb. for sth.jdn. wegen etw. [meist Gen., auch Dat.] anpfeifen [ugs.] [heftig tadeln]
to chide sb. for sth. jdn. wegen etw. [meist Gen., auch Dat.] ausschimpfen
to chide (sb.) (jdn.) schelten [geh. oder regional] [schimpfen, tadeln]
to chiefleiten
to chief a department eine Abteilung leiten
to childmind [Br.] babysittern [ugs.] [selten] [nur Infinitiv]
to chillkühlen
to chill frappieren
to chillabschrecken [härten]
to chill [coll.]sich [Akk.] entspannen
to chill [coll.] chillen [ugs.] [Jugendslang: sich entspannen, rumhängen]
to chill [coll.]abgammeln [ugs.]
to chill [sl.] [to calm down] sich [Akk.] abregen [ugs.]
to chill downabkühlen
to chill out [coll.] sich entspannen
to chill out [coll.]auschillen [ugs.] [sich (nach einer Anstrengung) entspannen, erholen; ausruhen]
to chill (out) [coll.] relaxen [ugs.]
to chill (out) [coll.] chillen [ugs.]
to chill (out) [coll.]faulenzen
to chill sb.'s enthusiasmjds. Begeisterung dämpfen
to chill sth. etw. kaltstellen [Champagner etc.]
to chill sth. etw. kalt stellen [Champagner etc.]
to chillax [Am.] [sl.] [blend of chill out and relax] relaxen [ugs.] [eigentlich "chillaxen"]
to chime läuten
to chime anschlagen [Glocke, Uhr etc.]
to chime stimmen
to chimeklingen
to chime tönen
to chime schlagen [Glocke]
to chime [e.g. bells]ertönen [z. B. Glocken]
to chime [repeat mechanically, insistently] mechanisch wiederholen
to chime in einfallen [einstimmen]
to chime in sich [Akk.] einklinken [in ein Gespräch]
to chime in zustimmen
to chime in [in a discussion] sich [Akk.] einschalten [in eine Diskussion]
to chime in with sb./sth. mit jdm./etw. harmonieren
to chime in with sb./sth. mit jdm./etw. übereinstimmen
to chime the bells die Glocken spielen
to chime the bellsdie Glocken läuten
to chime together harmonieren
to chime with sb./sth. mit jdm./etw. übereinstimmen
to chin [coll.] [chatter]plaudern
to chin oneself (up) einen Klimmzug machen
to chin the bar einen Klimmzug machen
to chink klimpern
to chink klirren
to chinkklingen
to chink glassesanstoßen [mit Gläsern]
to chin-wag [Br.] [coll.]klatschen [ugs.] [plaudern]
to chin-wag [Br.] [coll.] plaudern
to chin-wag [Br.] [coll.] plauschen [ugs.]
to chin-wag [Br.] [coll.]tratschen [ugs.]
to chinwag [Br.] [coll.]plauschen
to chinwag [Br.] [coll.] plaudern
to chinwag [Br.] [coll.]klatschen [ugs.] [plaudern]
to chinwag [Br.] [coll.] tratschen [ugs.] [schwatzen, plaudern]
to chinwag [Br.] [coll.]schwatzen
to chip abschlagen
to chip abschnitzeln
to chip abbrechen
to chipbehauen
to chiphacken
to chip schnitzen
to chipschlenzen [Fußball]
to chip (leicht) abbrechen
to chip(ein Stück) ausbrechen
to chipabplatzen
to chip [Br.] [coll.] [leave, run away] abhauen [ugs.]
to chip [golf] chippen
to chip [with a grater] abraspeln
to chip a glass etwas von einem Glas abschlagen
to chip a piece off sth. ein Stück wegschlagen
to chip away at sb.'s imagejds. Image ankratzen
to chip away at sb.'s image jdn. demontieren [fig.]
to chip away at sth. an etw. [Dat.] nagen [auch fig.]
to chip away at etw. [Dat.] herummeißeln
to chip away at sth. [e. g. self-confidence] an etw. [Dat.] kratzen [z. B. Selbstvertrauen]
to chip away at sth. [fig.] etw. reduzieren
to chip away at sth. [fig.] etw. verringern
to chip away at sth. [fig.] [a system, sb.'s authority]etw. [Akk.] unterminieren [fig.] [ein System, jds. Autorität]
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