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EnglishGerman
to come under the knifeunter das Messer kommen
to come under the lawunter das Gesetz fallen
to come under the statute of limitations verjähren
to come undone sich auflösen
to come undone aufgehen [Knoten etc.]
to come undone [Am.] [idiom] [person] die Selbstkontrolle verlieren
to come unglued [Am.] [coll.] durchdrehen [ugs.] [fig.] [die Fassung verlieren]
to come unglued [Am.] [coll.] ausflippen [ugs.] [die Fassung verlieren]
to come unglued [coll.] [a person, become confused or upset] (völlig) durch den Wind sein [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to come unglued [coll.] [idiom] [plans or an enterprise, end in failure]den Bach runtergehen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to come uninvitedohne Einladung kommen
to come unrolledsich aufrollen [abrollen, entrollen]
to come unscrewedsich aufschrauben
to come unstitched sich auflösen
to come unstuck freikommen [etw., das festgesessen hat]
to come unstuck scheitern
to come unstucksich lösen
to come unwoundsich aufwinden
to come unwrapped sich aufwickeln
to come up ausfahren
to come upherauskommen
to come up aufgehen [Sonne, Med.: aufkeimen]
to come upraufkommen [ugs.]
to come up [carreerwise] emporkommen [geh.]
to come up [for discussion]zur Sprache kommen
to come up [join in]hinzutreten
to come up [occur] sich ereignen
to come up [of a question or subject in an exam]drankommen [ugs.]
to come up [of an event or a time] bevorstehen
to come up [stairs, a mountain etc.] hochkommen [Berg, Stiegen etc.]
to come up [storm, thunderstorm, etc.] aufziehen [Sturm, Gewitter etc.]
to come up [to surface]auftauchen
to come up [topic, idea, etc.] aufkommen
to come up [unforeseen disruption] dazwischenkommen [unvorhergesehener Hinderungsgrund]
to come up [via stairs etc.] heraufkommen
to come up / through [plant] hervordringen [geh.]
to come up after a divewieder auftauchen
to come up against stoßen auf
to come up against treffen auf
to come up against a difficulty auf eine Schwierigkeit stoßen
to come up before the Courtvor Gericht zur Verhandlung kommen
to come up dry [coll.] [Am.] erfolglos sein
to come up for auctionzur Versteigerung kommen
to come up for discussion besprochen werden
to come up for discussion zur Sprache kommen
to come up for electionzur Wahl kommen
to come up for hearingzur Anhörung kommen
to come up for judgment zur Verurteilung kommen
to come up for salezum Verkauf kommen
to come up for trial zur Verhandlung kommen
to come up from behind von hinten kommen
to come up from the cellarvom Keller heraufkommen
to come up in life hochkommen [gesellschaftlich]
to come up in the worldseinen Weg machen
to come up in the world hochkommen [gesellschaftlich]
to come up on the horizonam Horizont auftauchen
to come up shortschlecht wegkommen
to come up short [idiom]zu kurz kommen [Redewendung]
to come up smiling etw. leicht überstehen
to come up tails [coin]mit der Zahl nach oben fallen / landen [Münze]
to come up tails [coin] mit der Zahlseite nach oben fallen [Münze]
to come up tosich vergleichen lassen
to come up to a mark einem Standard entsprechen
to come up to a standard einen Standard erreichen
to come up to Cambridge an die Uni in Cambridge kommen
to come up to expectations den Erwartungen entsprechen
to come up to expectationsdie Erwartungen erfüllen
to come up to expectations der Erwartung entsprechen
to come up to one's expectationsseinen Erwartungen entsprechen
to come up to sb. auf jdn. zugehen
to come up to sb.jdm. gleichkommen
to come up to sb.auf jdn. zukommen
to come up to sb. zu jdm. kommen
to come up to sb. zu jdm. hinzutreten
to come up to sb.zu jdm. hintreten
to come up to sb. (to do sth.)an jdn. herantreten (um etw. zu tun)
to come up to scratch [coll.] [to meet standards](die) Standards erfüllen
to come up to standarddem Standard entsprechen
to come up to sth. etw. [Dat.] gleichkommen
to come up to sth.an etw. treten [herantreten]
to come up to the enemy den Feind einholen
to come up to the net ans Netz kommen
to come up to the patterndem Muster entsprechen
to come up to the price dem Preis entsprechen
to come up to the requirements den Anforderungen entsprechen
to come up trumpsauftrumpfen
to come up with a proposalmit einem Vorschlag kommen
to come up with an idea sich [Dat.] etwas einfallen lassen
to come up with an ideasich [Dat.] was einfallen lassen [ugs.]
to come up with something sich [Dat.] etwas einfallen lassen
to come up with something sich [Dat.] was einfallen lassen [ugs.]
to come up with sth. sich [Dat.] etw. ausdenken
to come up with sth.etw. entwickeln
to come up with sth. etw. erfinden
to come up with sth. mit etw. aufwarten
to come up with sth.mit etw. ankommen [ugs.] [daherkommen] [Ideen, Plan, Vorschlag, Entschuldigung]
to come up with sth.mit etw. angeschissen kommen [vulg.] [ugs.]
to come up with sth. [an excuse] sich [Dat.] etw. einfallen lassen [eine Ausrede]
to come up with sth. [money, funds] etw. bereitstellen
to come up with sth. (again and again) (immer wieder) mit etw. ankommen
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