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to chunder [Aus.] [sl.] sich erbrechen
to chunder [esp. Aus., NZ; also Br.] [coll.]kotzen [ugs.]
to chunk [cut] in Stücke schneiden
to chunter [coll.] [Br.] [mutter](vor sich hin) grummeln [regional]
to church sb. [bring to church for ceremonies] jdn. zur Kirche geleiten [z. B. Mutter zur Segnung]
to church sb. [perform a church service of thanksgiving for a woman after childbirth] jdn. aussegnen [Wöchnerin]
to churchify sth. [coll.]etw. [Akk.] verkirchlichen
to churgle [coll.] dröhnen [von Motoren etc., auch von Gelächter]
to churn [to be turbulent or agitated]sich [Akk.] heftig bewegen
to churn [to be turbulent or agitated] strudeln
to churn [to be turbulent or agitated] revoltieren [fig.]
to churn [to make butter using a churn] buttern [Butter mit einem Butterfass bereiten]
to churn butter buttern
to churn milk buttern
to churn sth. [agitate vigorously] etw. [Akk.] durchschütteln
to churn sth. [agitate vigorously]etw. [Akk.] schütteln
to churn sth. [agitate vigorously] etw. [Akk.] durchrütteln
to churn sth. [agitate vigorously] etw. [Akk.] wirbeln [schnell drehend bewegen]
to churn sth. [cause to foam by vigorous stirring or agitation] etw. [Akk.] zum Schäumen bringen
to churn sth. [milk, cream etc.] etw. [Akk.] verbuttern [Milch, Rahm etc.]
to churn sth. [stir or agitate vigorously]etw. [Akk.] aufwühlen [aufrühren]
to churn sth. [stir vigorously] etw. [Akk.] durchrühren [gründlich umrühren]
to churn sth. [stir vigorously] etw. [Akk.] umrühren [gründlich]
to churn sth. [stir vigorously] etw. [Akk.] durcheinanderrühren
to churn sth. out etw. [Akk.] abliefern [produzieren: z. B. Durchschnittsware, Ramsch]
to churn sth. out [idiom]etw. [Akk.] am laufenden Band produzieren [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to churn sth. out [idiom]etw. [Akk.] ausstoßen [produzieren]
to churn sth. out [idiom] etw. [Akk.] am Fließband herstellen
to churn to life [motor] (mühsam) anspringen [Motor]
to churn up aufwühlen [See]
to churn up [bedclothes, soil]zerwühlen
to churr [spv.]zirpen
to chuse (sb./sth.) [archaic] [choose] (jdn./etw.) auswählen
to chute rutschen
to cicatrise [Br.] vernarben
to cicatrize vernarben
to cicatrize eine Narbe bilden
to cinch [esp. Am.] [coll.] [to make certain of] regeln [ugs.]
to cinch sth. [to make certain of sth.] etw. sichern
to cinch sth. up [esp. Am.] [tighten: belt etc.] etw. [Akk.] fester schnallen
to cinctureumgürten
to cinematize sth.etw. [Akk.] verfilmen
to cipher chiffrieren
to cipher verschlüsseln
to cipher in Geheimschrift schreiben
to cipher in Code schreiben
to cipher kodieren
to cipher [rare] rechnen
to cipher outkalkulieren
to circle kreisen
to circle einen Kreis bilden
to circle [together form a circle]sich [Akk.] in einem Kreis zusammenfinden [einen Kreis bilden]
to circle around umkreisen
to circle around the sunum die Sonne kreisen
to circle back [return] [also fig.] zurückkommen [auch fig.]
to circle in a holding pattern / stack [aircraft] Warteschleifen fliegen / drehen / ziehen
to circle round [Br.] [in an airplane] Warteschleifen fliegen
to circle sb./sth.jdn./etw. einschließen [umschließen]
to circle sb./sth. jdn./etw. umkreisen
to circle sb./sth. jdn./etw. einkreisen
to circle sb./sth.jdn./etw. umfahren [-'--] [umkreisen]
to circle sth. [draw a circle round sth.]etw. einringeln [österr.] [schweiz.] [bayer.] [einkreisen, einkringeln]
to circle sth. [draw a circle round sth.]etw. [Akk.] einkringeln [ugs.]
to circle sth. [move round sth.]sich um etw. bewegen
to circle sth. [with a pen]etw. [Akk.] umkringeln [ugs.]
to circle the wagons [Am.] [fig.]zusammenrücken [fig.] [zur Verteidigung]
to circle with one's arms [gymnastic exercise] mit den Armen kreisen [Gymnastikübung]
to circlejerk [vulg.] kreiswichsen [vulg.] [gruppenmasturbieren]
to circuitkreisen
to circuitumschiffen [auch fig.]
to circuit umfahren [um etw. fahren]
to circuitumfliegen
to circuit umsegeln [auch fig.]
to circuit umrunden
to circularise [Br.]bekanntmachen
to circularise sth. [Br.]etw. bekannt machen [durch Flugblätter, Rundschreiben etc.]
to circularize bekannt machen
to circularize bekanntmachen
to circulate kreisen
to circulate kursieren
to circulate umlaufen
to circulate umwälzen
to circulate zirkulieren
to circulate herumreichen
to circulate im Umlauf sein
to circulatein Umlauf bringen
to circulatein Umlauf sein
to circulaterundgehen
to circulateverbreiten
to circulatein Kurs setzen
to circulate [at a party etc.]herumgehen [die Runde machen]
to circulate [move]sich bewegen [zirkulieren, ständig in Bewegung sein]
to circulate [pass around]die Runde machen [ugs.] [herumgereicht werden]
to circulate [rumour] umgehen [Gerücht etc.]
to circulate [rumour] kolportieren [Gerücht] [geh.]
to circulate among the company im Unternehmen kursieren
to circulate from bottom to top [drill] Auftrieb spülen [Bohrtechnik]
to circulate informationInformationen weitergeben
to circulate out [drill] ausscheren [Bohrtechnik]
to circulate rumors [Am.]Gerüchte verbreiten
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