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EnglishGerman
to cleave spalten
to cleave klieben [südd.] [österr.] [spalten]
to cleave sich spalten
to cleave a log of woodein Stück Holz spalten
to cleave in aufspalten in
to cleave in twoin zwei Teile spalten
to cleave offabspalten
to cleave sb.'s head openjdm. den Schädel einschlagen
to cleave sb.'s head open jdm. den Schädel spalten
to cleave sth. asunder [archaic or literary] etw. [Akk.] auseinanderspalten
to cleave the airdie Luft zerteilen
to cleave the waves die Wellen zerteilen
to cleave (through) durchschneiden
to cleave to a theory einer Theorie verhaftet bleiben
to cleave to sth. an etw. [Dat.] festhalten
to cleave to sth.auf etw. [Dat.] beharren
to clem [Br.] [regional dialect]hungern
to clench durch Umschlagen der Spitze festhämmern
to clench festhämmern
to clenchvernieten
to clench into a fist eine Faust machen
to clench one's fingers eine Faust machen
to clench one's fist die Faust ballen
to clench one's fistsdie Fäuste ballen
to clench one's fistsseine Hände zu Fäusten ballen
to clench one's hand eine Faust machen
to clench one's knees seine Knie umklammern
to clench one's teethauf die Zähne beißen
to clench one's teethdie Zähne zusammenbeißen
to clench one's teeth die Zähne aufeinander beißen [alt]
to clench one's teethdie Zähne aufeinanderbeißen
to clench sth. [the fingers / hands are clenching sth.] sich um etw. [Akk.] krampfen [Finger, Hände]
to clench sth. [to clench one's fingers / hands around sth.] die Finger / Hände um etw. [Akk.] krampfen
to clench sth. between one's teeth (sich [Dat.]) etw. zwischen die Zähne klemmen
to clench sth. in one's hands etw. [Akk.] mit den Händen umklammern
to clench (up) [hands, muscles]sich verkrampfen [Hände, Muskeln]
to clepe [archaic] [call]rufen
to clepe sb./sth. [archaic] jdn./etw. nennen
to clericalize sth. etw. [Akk.] klerikalisieren
to clerkals Angestellter arbeiten
to clew upaufgeien [Seemannssprache]
to clickklicken
to click zuschnappen
to click knacken
to clickschnappen
to clickticken
to clickknacksen [knacken]
to click [coll.] [fit, function well together]zusammenpassen [harmonieren]
to click [coll.] [make a hit] (gut) ankommen [ugs.] [Erfolg haben] [Darbietung usw.]
to click [coll.] [suddenly become clear]klick machen [ugs.] [plötzlich klar werden]
to click [coll.] [to succeed] klappen [ugs.] [gelingen, glücken]
to click [heels] klacken [ugs.] [Absätze]
to click around [with computer mouse]herumklicken [mit der Maus]
to click glasses mit den Gläsern anstoßen
to click into place einschnappen
to click into place(hörbar) einrasten
to click on [coll.] [come on (automatically); alarm system, light, etc.] (mit einem Klicken) anspringen [Alarm, Licht etc.]
to click on a window ein Fenster anklicken
to click on sth. auf etw. [Akk.] klicken
to click on sth.auf etw. [Akk.] draufklicken [ugs.]
to click on the link auf den Link klicken
to click (on) sth. etw. [Akk.] anklicken
to click one's fingers mit den Fingern schnipsen
to click one's heels die Hacken zusammenknallen [veraltend] [Jargon]
to click one's heelsdie Hacken zusammenreißen [veraltend] [Jargon]
to click one's heelsdie Hacken zusammenschlagen [veraltend] [Jargon]
to click one's heelsdie Hacken zusammennehmen [veraltend] [Jargon]
to click one's heelsdie Hacken zusammenklappen [veraltend] [Jargon]
to click one's neck sich [Dat.] den Hals verknacksen [ugs.]
to click one's tonguemit der Zunge schnalzen
to click out [Am.] [sl.] [rare] [to become enraged] ausrasten [ugs.]
to click shutzuklinken
to click shut [door] ins Schloss fallen
to click throughsich durchklicken
to click with sb. [coll.] sich mit jdm. auf Anhieb verstehen
to climatize [Am.] [e.g. to a new environment]sich akklimatisieren
to climatize sth. [to prepare or modify (a building, vehicle, etc.) for use or comfort in a specific climate] etw. klimatisieren
to climax kulminieren
to climax auf einen Höhepunkt bringen
to climax den Höhepunkt erreichen
to climax [to reach orgasm] einen Höhepunkt haben [Orgasmus]
to climb klettern
to climb steigen
to climb ansteigen
to climb aufsteigen
to climb hinaufgehen
to climb hinaufsteigen
to climb hochklettern
to climb klimmen
to climbkraxeln [südd.] [österr.] [ugs.] [klettern]
to climb [of a plant] (sich) ranken
to climb [prices etc.] in die Höhe gehen [Preise etc.]
to climb / get on one's high horse [idiom] sich [Akk.] aufs hohe Ross setzen [Redewendung]
to climb a chimney einen Schornstein erklimmen
to climb a hill [Br.] [car, motorbike, bike]eine Steigung hinauffahren [Auto, Motor- oder Fahrrad]
to climb a ladderauf eine Leiter steigen
to climb a ladder eine Leiter hinaufsteigen
to climb a mountaineinen Berg besteigen
to climb a peakauf einen Berggipfel klettern
to climb a slope einen Hang hinaufgehen
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