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EnglishGerman
to cover up [fig.]übertünchen [fig.]
to cover up [fig.] bemänteln
to cover up / over [e.g. window, cage] zuhängen
to cover up for sb. jdn. decken [schützen, vor Nachteilen bewahren]
to cover with curtains zuhängen
to cover with earth einscharren
to cover with insultsmit Beleidigungen zudecken
to cover with make-up [blemishes etc.] überschminken
to cover with moss mit Moos bedecken
to cover with sth.mit etw. [Dat.] verhängen
to covetbegierig sein
to covetbegehrlich sein
to covet [to envy] beneiden
to covet sb. sth.jdm. etw. neiden
to covet sb./sth. jdn./etw. begehren [geh.]
to covet sth. auf etw. versessen sein
to covibratemitschwingen
to cow einschüchtern
to cow sb.jdn. bedrohen [einschüchtern]
to cow sb. into sth. jdn. zu etw. zwingen
to cower sich ducken
to cower [squat] hocken
to cower [squat] kauern
to cower away from sth. vor etw. [Dat.] ängstlich ausweichen
to cower before sb. vor jdm. ducken
to cower before sb.vor jdm. den Kopf einziehen
to cower down [squat]sich niederkauern
to cower down [squat]niederkauern [seltener neben: sich niederkauern]
to cowp [coll.] [Irish] [Scot.] [fall] stürzen [fallen]
to co-writemitschreiben
to cox a boat ein Ruderboot steuern
to cozen betrügen
to cozen [literary] irreführen [in betrügerischer Absicht]
to cozen [literary]ködern [betrügen]
to cozy up [Am.] [coll.]näher rücken
to cozy up to sb. [Am.] sich bei jdm. einschmeicheln
to crab herumnörgeln
to crab nach Krebsen fischen
to crabdwars abtreiben [Schiff]
to crab [catch crabs]Krebse fangen
to crab [fish for crabs]krebsen [veraltend] [Krebse fangen]
to crab [pej.] [nag] nörgeln [pej.]
to crab sth. [Am.] [coll.] [spoil]etw. verpatzen [ugs.] [bes. jdm. anderen]
to crack brechen
to crackeinbrechen
to crackknallen
to crackzerbrechen
to crack zersplittern
to crack bersten [geh.]
to crack zerkrachen
to crack reißen [Risse bekommen; auch Witze, Zoten reißen]
to crack grob zerkleinern
to crack rissig werden [Gebäck]
to crack knack machen
to crack brüchig werden [Risse bekommen]
to crack [affect, strike with sorrow] treffen [emotional]
to crack [also fig. for codes etc.]knacken [auch fig.]
to crack [bone, rib, etc.] anknacksen [ugs.]
to crack [corn] [Am.]schroten [Getreide]
to crack [esp. Scot.] [chat, gossip]quatschen [ugs.]
to crack [get a crack in some material]platzen [einen Riss etc. bekommen, zerspringen]
to crack [glass, china etc.]springen [Glas, Porzellan etc.]
to crack [problem etc.] lösen [Problem etc.]
to crack [safe]knacken [Tresor]
to crack [sound]krachen
to crack [under pressure] zusammenbrechen
to crack [voice]sich überschlagen [Stimme]
to crack a book [Am.] [coll.]ein Lehrbuch durchbüffeln
to crack a caseeinen Fall lösen
to crack a codeeinen Code knacken
to crack a corny joke [coll.] einen platten Kalauer reißen [ugs.]
to crack a jokeeinen Witz reißen [ugs.]
to crack a joke [idiom] einen Witz machen
to crack a problemein Problem lösen
to crack a record [coll.]einen Rekord knacken [ugs.]
to crack a smile [coll.] [idiom] lächeln
to crack an egg ein Ei aufschlagen
to crack an egg into sth. [e.g. frying pan]ein Ei in etw. brechen [Schüssel, Pfanne]
to crack down on sb. mit jdm. sehr hart umgehen
to crack down on sb./sth. hart vorgehen gegen jdn./etw.
to crack down (on sth.) hart durchgreifen (gegen etw.)
to crack jokes Witze machen
to crack jokesWitze reißen
to crack jokes scherzen
to crack nuts Nüsse knacken
to crack nutsNüsse aufknacken
to crack onunter vollem Zeug laufen [Segelschiff]
to crack on [Br.] [coll.] weitermachen
to crack on as normal [Br.] wie üblich weitermachen [weitermachen wie üblich; das tun, was man auch sonst immer tut; „üblich“ wird betont]
to crack on as normal [Br.] weitermachen wie üblich
to crack one's knuckles die Knöchel knacken lassen
to crack open nutsNüsse aufknacken
to crack open the kiln door Ofentür anlüften
to crack (open) a bottle of wine / champagne eine Flasche Wein / Sekt köpfen [ugs.]
to crack (open) a tinny [Aus.] [coll.] eine Bierdose öffnen
to crack (open) the bubbly [coll.]den Champagner aufmachen [leicht ugs.]
to crack (open) the bubbly [coll.]den Champagner köpfen [ugs.]
to crack sb. up [to cause sb. to laugh out loud]jdn. zum Lachen bringen
to crack sth.etw. [Akk.] spalten [kracken]
to crack sth. [a safe]etw. aufknacken [ugs.] [einen Tresor]
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