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to crown sb./oneself jdm./sich die Krone aufs Haupt setzen
to crown with a wreath bekränzen
to crucifykreuzigen
to crucify oneselfsich quälen
to crucify sb.jdn. ans Kreuz schlagen [auch fig.]
to crucify sb./sth. [author, play, etc.] [coll.] jdn./etw. verreißen [ugs.]
to crucify the fleshdas Fleisch abtöten
to cruiseeine Kreuzfahrt machen
to cruise eine Seereise machen
to cruise kreuzen
to cruisemit Reisegeschwindigkeit fliegen / fahren
to cruise herumfahren
to cruiseherumkreuzen
to cruise [Am.] spazieren fahren [ohne festes Ziel]
to cruise [drive along] befahren
to cruise [on foot] herumwandern
to cruise along entlangfahren
to cruise around herumkurven [ugs.]
to cruise around karjuckeln [regional] [gemächlich umherfahren]
to cruise around [by car, bike]gondeln [ugs.]
to cruise around [esp. aimlessly] karriolen [ugs.] [regional] [unsinnig umherfahren]
to cruise around aimlessly ziellos herumfahren / umherfahren
to cruise at speed [on a motorway] Tempo machen [auf einer Autobahn]
to cruise for pleasure zum Vergnügen herumfahren
to cruise sth.etw. bereisen
to cruise to victory [fig.]einen leichten Sieg einfahren
to crumbpanieren
to crumbkrümeln
to crumbzerbröckeln
to crumb zerkrümeln
to crumble krümeln
to crumbleabbröckeln
to crumblesich in Stücke auflösen
to crumblezerbröseln
to crumble zerfallen
to crumble zerkrümeln
to crumblebröckeln
to crumble bröseln
to crumble [of a building] verfallen [Bauwerk]
to crumble away sich auflösen
to crumble awayabbröckeln
to crumble away wegbröckeln
to crumble away [decay, rot]vermodern
to crumble (away)zerbröckeln
to crumble down zerfallen
to crumble in on itself [collapse or crumble towards its centre or midpoint rather than to the ground]in sich zusammenfallen [zu seinem Zentrum oder Mittelpunkt hin]
to crumble into dust sich in Staub auflösen
to crumble into dust zu Staub zerfallen
to crumble one's bread sein Brot verkrümeln
to crumble sth. [into sth., e.g. soup]etw. [Akk.] einbrocken [regional] [sonst veraltet] [Brot in Suppe etc.]
to crumble to dust zerfallen
to crump donnern [z. B. Artillerie]
to crump knirschen
to crump donnernd einschlagen [z. B. Artillerie]
to crump [archaic] [to chew sth. hard or brittle] knirschend kauen
to crumple knüllen
to crumpleknittern
to crumpleknautschen [ugs.]
to crumple [suddenly flop down to the ground (person)] zusammensacken [ugs.] [Person]
to crumple easily [dress, fabric, etc.]leicht verknautschen [ugs.] [Kleid, Stoff etc.]
to crumple sth. [cloth, skirt, etc.] etw. [Akk.] zerdrücken [ugs.] [verknittern] [Stoff, Rock etc.]
to crumple sth. [cloth] etw. verdrücken [regional] [zerknittern, zerknautschen] [Stoff, Kleidungsstück]
to crumple sth. [e.g paper] etw. [Akk.] murkeln [regional] [zerdrücken]
to crumple sth. [to rumple sth.]etw. [Akk.] vermudeln [österr.] [ugs.] [zerknittern]
to crumple sth. upetw. [Akk.] zusammenknüllen
to crumple (sth.) (etw. [Akk.]) zerknittern
to crumple (sth.)(etw. [Akk.]) zerknautschen [ugs.]
to crumple (sth.) (etw. [Akk.]) verknautschen [ugs.]
to crumple (sth.) [paper, fabric, dress, etc.] (etw. [Akk.]) verknittern [Papier, Stoff, Kleid etc.]
to crumple upzusammenfallen
to crumple up [piece of paper] zerknüllen
to crunch knirschend kauen
to crunchgeräuschvoll knabbern
to crunch [grate, scrunch] schnurpsen [ugs.] [bes. ostdeutsch] [knirschen]
to crunch [nibble] knuspern
to crunch [with teeth]knirschen
to crunch numbers [fig.] rechnen
to crunch numbers [idiom]über Zahlen sitzen [Idiom]
to crunch sb./sth. upjdn./etw. zerbröseln
to crunch sth. [crush] etw. [Akk.] zermalmen
to crunch the gears [coll.]die Gänge reinwürgen [ugs.]
to crusade [also fig.] einen Kreuzzug führen [auch fig.]
to crusade [evangelist]missionieren
to crusade against sth. [fig.] gegen etw. zu Felde ziehen [fig.]
to crusade for sth. für etw. eifern
to crusade for sth.für etw. kämpfen
to crushvernichten
to crushbrechen [zerkleinern, z. B. Gestein]
to crush zerschlagen [auch fig.]
to crushzerschmettern [fig.]
to crush [ice, rock etc.] zerkleinern
to crush [malt] schroten [Malz]
to crush [revolt] niederwerfen
to crush a revolteinen Aufstand niederschlagen
to crush a revolt einen Aufstand niederwerfen [geh.]
to crush coarselyschroten
to crush coarsely verschroten
to crush on sb. [Am.] [coll.] [have a crush on] sich in jdn. verknallen [ugs.] [verlieben]
to crush pockets of resistance Widerstandsnester ausheben
to crush sb. to deathjdn. erdrücken
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