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to chop upklein machen [zerkleinern]
to chop up [fig.] [company] aufspalten
to chop up [fig.] [country]aufteilen
to chop up into small pieces in kleine Stücke hacken
to chop up smallklein hacken
to chop woodHolz hacken
to chope sth. [coll.] [Singaporean Engl.] [also: chop] [to reserve sth.]etw. [Akk.] besetzen [etw. durch belegen reservieren]
to choreographchoreographieren
to choreographchoreografieren
to chortleglucksen
to chortlegluckern
to chorus im Chor sprechen
to chorus im Chor singen
to chorus skandieren
to chorus sth.etw. [Akk.] im Sprechchor rufen
to chorus sth.etw. [Akk.] im Chor rufen
to chouse sb. [obs.] [cheat]jdn. reinlegen [ugs.] [betrügen]
to chouse sb. (out) of sth. jdn. um etw. betrügen
to chow [Am.] [coll.]futtern [ugs.]
to chow down [Am.] [coll.] [eat] zuschlagen [ugs.] [essen]
to christen a childein Kind taufen
to christen a ship ein Schiff taufen
to christen sb. jdn. taufen
to christen sb. after sb. jdn. nach jdm. benennen
to christen sth. [coll.]etw. einweihen
to Christianise [Br.]christianisieren
to Christianizechristianisieren
to Christianize verchristlichen
to chromatise [Br.]chromatieren
to chromatizechromatieren
to chrome sth.etw. [Akk.] verchromen
to chrome sth. etw. [Akk.] chromieren
to chrome-plate sth. etw. [Akk.] verchromen
to chronicle contemporary events die Zeitgeschichte festhalten
to chronicle sth. etw. aufzeichnen [aufschreiben, festhalten]
to chronicle sth.etw. berichten [in oder wie in einer Chronik]
to chronicle sth.die Geschichte [+Gen.] erzählen
to chronify a disease [rare]eine Erkrankung chronifizieren [selten]
to chronometerzeitlich messen
to chronometerdie Zeit messen
to chuck einspannen
to chuck schleudern
to chuck [coll.] [throw]schmeißen [ugs.]
to chuck [coll.] [throw]werfen
to chuck a sickie [Aus.] [coll.] einen Tag krankfeiern [ugs.]
to chuck a sickie [coll.] krankfeiern [ugs.]
to chuck a sickie [coll.]blaumachen [ugs.]
to chuck about [coll.]rumschmeißen (mit) [ugs.]
to chuck and unchuck sth. etw. ein- und ausfuttern [Spannzangen]
to chuck awaywegwerfen
to chuck away a chanceeine Chance vergeuden
to chuck inaufstecken [ugs.] [aufgeben]
to chuck in one's job seine Arbeit hinwerfen
to chuck it all in [coll.] [Br.] die Brocken hinschmeißen [ugs.]
to chuck it down [coll.] [rain heavily] schiffen [ugs.] [heftig regnen]
to chuck one's money about [coll.]mit seinem Geld herumwerfen [ugs.]
to chuck out hinauswerfen
to chuck out [coll.] wegschmeißen [ugs.]
to chuck out [coll.] schassen [ugs.]
to chuck sb. [Br.] [coll.] [old-fashioned]jdm. den Laufpass geben [ugs.] [sich von jdm. trennen]
to chuck sb. out [coll.] jdn. rauswerfen [ugs.]
to chuck sb. out [coll.]jdn. stanzen [österr.] [ugs.] [verjagen, rauswerfen, auch kündigen]
to chuck sb. out on his ear [coll.] [idiom]jdn. hochkant rausschmeißen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to chuck sb. out on their ear jdn. achtkantig rausschmeißen [salopp]
to chuck sb./sth. [pat affectionately, esp. under the chin] jdn./etw. tätscheln [bes. am Hals]
to chuck sth. etw. einfuttern [Spannzange]
to chuck sth. at sb. [coll.] etw. nach jdm. schmeißen [ugs.]
to chuck sth. away [coll.] [fig.] [squander] etw. [Akk.] verlumpen [selten] [verschleudern]
to chuck sth. in [coll.] [idiom] etw. [Akk.] an den Nagel hängen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to chuck sth. in the dustbin [Br.] [coll.] [also fig.] etw. [Akk.] in die Tonne treten [ugs.] [auch fig.]
to chuck sth. on the groundetw. auf den Boden werfen
to chuck sth. somewhere [coll.]etw. irgendwo hinsemmeln [ugs.]
to chuck sth. somewhere [coll.] [fling] etw. [Akk.] irgendwohin pfeffern [ugs.] [werfen, schleudern]
to chuck sth. to sb.jdm. etw. zuwerfen
to chuck the whole business [coll.] den (ganzen) Bettel hinschmeißen [ugs.]
to chuck up a post eine Stellung aufgeben
to chuck up the sponge [coll.] [idiom] aufgeben
to chuck (up) [coll.]erbrechen
to chuckleglucken [Henne]
to chuckleglucksen
to chucklein sich hineinlachen
to chucklekichern
to chuckleschmunzeln
to chuckle (to oneself) in sich hinein kichern
to chuff [engine] tuckern
to chuff [sl.] schnaufen wie eine Lokomotive
to chuff [steam engine]puffen [ugs.]
to chuff [tiger] prusten
to chug puffen
to chug [as of motor, train, boat, etc.]tuckern
to chug down the riverden Fluss runtertuckern [ugs.]
to chug sth. [Am.] [coll.] [drink in one go] etw. in einem Zug trinken
to chug sth. [Am.] [coll.] [drink in one go]etw. (auf) ex trinken [ugs.]
to chug sth. [Am.] [coll.] [drink in one go] etw. exen [ugs.]
to chug upriver den Fluss hinauftuckern
to chug-a-lug [Am.] [sl.]auf ex trinken [ugs.]
to chugalug [Am.] [sl.] [spv.] [gulping alcohol without interruption]herunterkippen [alkoholische Getränke]
to chug-a-lug sth. [Am.] [sl.] etw. exen [ugs.]
to chuggle glucksen
to chuggle tuckern
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