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to come of poor but honest parents von armen aber redlichen Eltern abstammen
to come of sb./sth. von jdm./etw. abstammen
to come offsich ablösen [Haut, Farbe etc.]
to come offarrangiert werden
to come offausfallen
to come off ausgehen
to come offherausgehen
to come offverschwinden
to come off glücken
to come offaus dem Spiel gehen [ugs.]
to come off klappen
to come off aufgehen [fig.]
to come off [Br.] [coll.] [have an orgasm] kommen [ugs.] [einen Orgasmus haben]
to come off [break away]sich [Akk.] lösen
to come off [coll.] [stains on a fabric etc.] weggehen [ugs.] [Flecken auf einem Stoff usw.]
to come off [coll.] [to escape] entkommen
to come off [coll.] [to succeed]gelingen
to come off [e.g. bandage] abkommen [ugs.] [z. B. Verband, Binde]
to come off [e.g. paint] enthaften [z. B. Farbe]
to come off [football]vom Platz gehen
to come off [to be removable] sich abnehmen lassen
to come off [to be removable]rausgehen [ugs.] [Fleck]
to come off [to become detached]abgehen [Griff, Knopf]
to come off [to emerge from contest etc.] abschneiden
to come off [to fall from sth.]runterfallen
to come off [to succeed] Erfolg haben [Plan, Versuch]
to come off [to succeed] klappen [ugs.] [Plan, Versuch]
to come off a plane von Bord eines Flugzeugs gehen
to come off as sth. als etw. rüberkommen [ugs.] [auf andere wirken]
to come off as the winnerals Sieger hervorgehen [geh.]
to come off badly schlecht abschneiden
to come off badly schlecht davonkommen
to come off badly Haare lassen müssen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to come off badly [coll.]zu kurz kommen [Redewendung]
to come off badly (with sth.)schlecht wegkommen (bei etw.)
to come off bestam besten davonkommen
to come off clear ohne Schaden davonkommen
to come off drugs cold turkey [coll.] einen kalten Entzug machen [ugs.] [Drogen]
to come off duty Dienstschluss haben
to come off dutyvom Dienst kommen
to come off easily leicht freikommen
to come off empty-handed [idiom] unverrichteter Dinge [Gen. pl.] abziehen
to come off in flakes abblättern
to come off one's high horse [idiom] vom hohen Ross herabsteigen [Redewendung]
to come off second bestden Kürzeren ziehen
to come off second-best zweiter Sieger sein
to come off the fence vom Zaun heruntersteigen
to come off the ship [person] von Bord gehen
to come off unscathed gut wegkommen
to come off very wellsehr gut wegkommen
to come off victor als Sieger hervorgehen [geh.]
to come off victoriousals Sieger hervorgehen [geh.]
to come off wellgut abschneiden
to come off well gut wegkommen
to come off well (with sth.) gut wegkommen (bei etw.)
to come off with honour [Br.] ehrenhaft hervorgehen
to come off worst sehr schlecht wegkommen
to come onherankommen
to come onvorwärts gehen [alt]
to come on angehen [Radio, Licht]
to come on vorwärtsgehen
to come on [player]ins Spiel kommen
to come on / along Fortschritte machen
to come on board [also fig.] (mit) ins Boot kommen [auch fig.]
to come on board [also fig.]an Bord kommen [auch fig.]
to come on board [also fig.] [to join a group in an activity] dazukommen [auch fig.] [während eines Geschehens eintreffen, erscheinen]
to come on duty zur Schicht antreten
to come on heat [Br.] [cats]rollig werden [Katzen]
to come on horseback zu Pferd kommen
to come on horsebackzu Pferde kommen
to come on line [coll.](neu) ans Netz gehen [ugs.] [in Betrieb gehen]
to come on offer angeboten werden
to come on stream in Betrieb gehen
to come on strong [coll.]sich exponieren [hervortreten, hervorstechen]
to come on the bus mit dem Bus kommen
to come on the house [drink or meal in a bar or restaurant] aufs Haus gehen [Getränk oder Essen in einer Kneipe oder einem Restaurant]
to come on the marketauf den Markt kommen
to come on the sceneauftauchen
to come on the stage auftreten
to come on to sb. [coll.] jdn. anmachen [ugs.]
to come on to sb. [coll.]jdn. anbaggern [ugs.]
to come on to sb. [coll.]sich an jdn. heranmachen
to come on to sb. [coll.] etwas von jdm. wollen [anmachen]
to come on to sb. [coll.] jdn. angraben [ugs.]
to come onto the market auf den Markt kommen
to come open aufgehen
to come outausgehen
to come outausschlüpfen
to come out bekannt werden
to come out enden
to come outerscheinen
to come outherauskommen
to come out verschwinden
to come out veröffentlicht werden
to come out zum Vorschein kommen
to come out sich zeigen
to come out [archaic] [go into society]debütieren [veraltet] [als junge Frau aus einer höheren Gesellschaftsschicht in die Gesellschaft eingeführt werden]
to come out [become known] aufkommen [ugs.] [Schwindel, Diebstahl]
to come out [fall out]ausfallen [z. B. Zähne, Haare]
to come out [homosexual] sich outen
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