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to credit [believe] glauben
to credit a sum to sb. jdm. einen Betrag gutschreiben
to credit a sum to sb. jdm. eine Summe gutbringen [gutschreiben]
to credit a sum to sb. jdm. einen Betrag kreditieren
to credit an account einem Konto gutschreiben
to credit an account withein Konto erkennen
to credit an item einen Posten gutschreiben
to credit sb. with sth. jdm. etw. zuschreiben
to credit sb. with sth. jdm. etw. nachrühmen
to credit sth. to sb./sth. etw. auf jdn./etw. zurückführen
to credit taxes Steuern anrechnen
to credit the proceeds den Gegenwert gutschreiben
to creelaufstecken [Hülse, Spule]
to creep schleichen
to creepkriechen
to creepkrauchen [regional] [kriechen]
to creepranken
to creep around herumkrauchen [regional]
to creep awaydavonschleichen
to creep by [to go by very slowly] [of time, to pass very slowly] dahinschleichen [sich sehr langsam fortbewegen] [Zeit: sehr langsam vergehen]
to creep down sth. [corridor etc.] sich [Akk.] etw. [Akk.] hinunterstehlen [selten] [Gang etc.]
to creep higher and higher [water] höher und höher steigen
to creep in unterlaufen
to creep in sich einschleichen in
to creep inhereinschleichen
to creep in (sich) hineinschleichen
to creep insich reinschleichen [ugs.]
to creep into sich einschleichen in
to creep into sth.in etw. [Akk.] hineinkriechen
to creep off davonschleichen
to creep outhervorkriechen
to creep out from under the table unter dem Tisch hervorkriechen
to creep overbeschleichen [geh.]
to creep round / aroundherumstreichen
to creep round / around (sth.)(um etw.) herumschleichen
to creep sb. out [sl.] jdm. Angst machen
to creep through sth. durch etw. [Akk.] kriechen
to creep up heraufkriechen [Betrachterstandpunkt oben]
to creep up hinaufkriechen [Betrachterstandpunkt unten]
to creep up onsich anschleichen an
to creep up on sb. auf jdn. zukrauchen
to creep up on sb. sich an jdn. ranpirschen [ugs.]
to creep up on sb./sth. jdn./etw. beschleichen
to creep up on sb./sth.sich an jdn./etw. anschleichen
to creep up on sb./sth. sich an jdn./etw. anpirschen [ugs.] [heranschleichen]
to creep up sth. [e.g. up the sides of a vessel] etw. [Akk.] hochkriechen
to cremate einäschern
to cremate kremieren [seltener]
to cremate feuerbestatten
to crenelate sth. [Am.]etw. mit Zinnen versehen
to crenellate sth. [Br.]etw. mit Zinnen versehen
to creolise [Br.]kreolisieren
to creolizekreolisieren
to creosote kreosotieren [selten]
to crepitate prasseln
to crepitate rasseln
to crepitateknacken
to crepitateknistern
to crepitate knarren
to crepitate [make a crackling sound]krepitieren [knacken]
to crescendoan Lautstärke zunehmen
to crescendo anschwellen [Lautstärke, Intensität]
to crescendo den Höhepunkt erreichen
to crest den Gipfel erreichen
to crest [Am.] [flood or river: rise to its highest level]den Höchststand erreichen [Flut, Fluss]
to crest [Am.] [flood: rise to its highest level] den Scheitelpunkt erreichen [Flut]
to crest sth. [reach the top of a hill, etc.] etw. erklimmen [geh.] [einen Berg ersteigen, den Gipfel erreichen]
to crewbemannen
to crew out bürsten [Haare]
to crib [archaic]stehlen
to crib [coll.]spicken [ugs.]
to crib [coll.]abschreiben [in der Schule]
to crib [coll.] abgucken [ugs.]
to crib sth. [coll.]etw. abbimsen [regional] [abschreiben (in der Schule)]
to crickverrenken
to crick one's neckeinen steifen Hals bekommen
to criminalise [Br.] kriminalisieren
to criminalize kriminalisieren
to criminalize illegalisieren
to criminate sb. [incriminate]jdn. beschuldigen
to crimp quetschen
to crimp bördeln
to crimp kräuseln
to crimp anschlagen [anquetschen]
to crimpzusammendrücken [Teigenden]
to crimpverpressen [crimpen]
to crimp [cable]anquetschen [Kabel]
to crimp [hair] ondulieren [Haare]
to crimp [hinder, restrict, check]behindern
to crimp [paper, textiles, etc.] fälteln
to crimp [sew with large stitches] heften
to crimp sth. etw. [Akk.] wellen [Haare, mit der Brennschere]
to crimp sth. etw. krimpen [Rsv.] [crimpen]
to crimp sth. [also hair] etw. crimpen [auch Haare mit der Brennschere kräuseln]
to crimp sth. [detonating cartridge]etw. anwürgen [Sprengkapsel]
to crimp sth. [inhibit] etw. behindern
to crimple sth. up [wrinkle]etw. [Akk.] runzeln [in Falten ziehen]
to crimson [fig.] hochrot werden [fig.]
to crimson sth. etw. [Akk.] hochrot färben
to crine sth. [Scot.] [cause to dry up] etw. [Akk.] austrocknen
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