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to cram fullvoll pfropfen [alt]
to cram fullvollpfropfen
to cram intohineinzwängen in
to cram oneself into sth. sich [Akk.] in etw. [Akk.] quetschen
to cram sth. into sth. etw. [Akk.] in etw. [Akk.] hineinpferchen
to cramp einklammern
to cramp beengen
to cramp (sich) verkrampfen
to cramp sth. etw. klammern [mit großen Klammern befestigen]
to cramp sth. [to fasten with clamp-irons] etw. anklammern
to crane den Kopf / Hals recken
to crane one's necksich [Dat.] den Hals verrenken [ugs.] [um etw./jdn. zu sehen]
to crane one's neck den Hals recken
to crane one's neck einen langen Hals machen [ugs.]
to crankkrümmen
to crankkurbeln
to crank down [e.g. a window] runterkurbeln [ugs.]
to crank out [coll.] [churn out] am laufenden Band produzieren
to crank out 200 engines a day [coll.] täglich 200 Motoren ausstoßen
to crank sth. out [coll.] [fig.]etw. raushauen [ugs.] [schnell und schlampig produzieren]
to crank sth. up [coll.] [music, radio / TV set, etc.]etw. [Akk.] lauter stellen [Musik, Radio, Fernseher etc.]
to crank up [coll.] aufdrehen [stärker stellen: Heizung, Thermostat, Lautstärke etc.]
to crank up [coll.] [stimulate, boost production etc.] ankurbeln
to crap [vulg.] kacken [vulg.]
to crap [vulg.]scheißen [vulg.]
to crap oneself [vulg.] [also fig.: to be terrified] sich [Dat.] in die Hose machen [ugs.] [koten] [auch fig.: große Angst haben]
to crap out [Am.] [sl.] [to fall asleep esp. during work hours]pennen [ugs.]
to crap out [coll.] streiken [Maschine usw.]
to crap (out) [Am.: make a losing throw in craps]einen Fehlwurf machen [beim Würfelspiel]
to crash abstürzen
to crash krachen
to crash zerschmettern
to crash zusammenbrechen
to crashpleite gehen [ugs.] [alt]
to crashzusammenstoßen
to crashBruch machen [ugs.] [bruchlanden]
to crashcrashen [ugs.]
to crash Pleite gehen [ugs.] [alt]
to crashpleitegehen [ugs.]
to crashkollabieren
to crashabkacken [ugs.] [derb]
to crash [aircraft, stock market]abschmieren [ugs.] [Flugzeug, Börse]
to crash [coll.]in Konkurs gehen
to crash [coll.] einen Unfall bauen [ugs.]
to crash [coll.] [sleep]pofen [ugs.] [schlafen]
to crash [coll.] [to sleep] pennen [ugs.]
to crash [sb./sth. flying; fig.: to bring down rapidly] abstürzen lassen
to crash a party [coll.] uneingeladen zu einer Party kommen
to crash aboutpoltern
to crash and burn [to fail spectacularly] scheitern
to crash around / about Lärm machen
to crash at sb.'s place [coll.]bei jdm. übernachten
to crash downniederstürzen [geh.]
to crash (down) onto sth. auf etw. aufknallen [ugs.] [heftig auf etw. fallen]
to crash head-on frontal zusammenstoßen
to crash in zusammenbrechen
to crash in on sb. [coll.] [emotions, the unknown, etc.]auf jdn. einstürzen [Gefühle, Unbekanntes etc.]
to crash in on sb./sth. [coll.]bei jdm./etw. uneingeladen hereinplatzen [ugs.] [bei Bekanntem, Party etc.]
to crash into each otheraufeinander fahren [alt]
to crash into each otheraufeinanderfahren
to crash into each other [vehicles]zusammenkrachen [ugs.]
to crash into jdm. zusammenstoßen
to crash into sb./sth.gegen jdn./etw. anprallen
to crash into sth. auf etw. [Akk.] aufknallen [ugs.] [gegen etw. prallen]
to crash into sth. gegen etw. prallen
to crash into sth. gegen etw. knallen
to crash into sth. gegen etw. [Akk.] krachen [ugs.]
to crash into etw. [Akk.] donnern [ugs.] [gegen etw. laufen / fahren]
to crash into etw. [Akk.] krachen [ugs.] [in ein Auto, Haus etc.]
to crash out [coll.]ein Nickerchen machen [ugs.]
to crash out [coll.]sehr schnell einschlafen
to crash out [coll.] [go to sleep]sich [Akk.] hinhauen [ugs.] [salopp] [schlafen gehen]
to crash sth. [an aircraft]etw. [Akk.] zum Absturz bringen
to crash sth. [barge in, gate crash]etw. stürmen [Veranstaltung etc., gewaltsam]
to crash-land eine Bruchlandung machen
to crash-land Bruch machen [ugs.] [bruchlanden]
to crash-land bruchlanden
to crash-land in the seanotwassern
to crate in eine Kiste verpacken
to crater [sl.]kaputtgehen (lassen) [ugs.]
to crater [sl.]brutal abstürzen
to crater [sl.]abstürzen [fig.]
to craveerflehen [geh.]
to crave ersehnen [geh.]
to crave flehen
to craveinständig bitten
to crave sich sehnen
to crave schmachten [geh. für: sich sehnen]
to crave after sb./sth. sich nach jdm./etw. sehnen
to crave attentionAufmerksamkeit heischen [geh.]
to crave for sth. etw. anstreben
to crave for sth. nach etw. [Dat.] verlangen [Verlangen spüren]
to crave for sth. nach etw. [Dat.] fiebern [ugs.] [fig.]
to crave (for) powernach Macht gieren [geh.]
to crave powermachthungrig sein
to crave sb./sth. jdn./etw. [Akk.] begehren [geh.]
to crave sth. nach etw. [Dat.] gieren [geh.]
to crave sth.nach etw. [Dat.] lechzen [geh.]
to crawfish Krebse fangen
to crawfish (out) [coll.] [Am.]einen Rückzieher machen [ugs.]
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