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to cry one's eyes out [coll.]sich totweinen [ugs.]
to cry one's eyes out [idiom] Rotz und Wasser heulen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to cry one's eyes out [idiom] sich [Dat.] die Augen aus dem Kopf weinen [Idiom]
to cry one's heart out [idiom]sich [Dat.] die Augen ausweinen [Redewendung]
to cry one's heart out in front of sb. [idiom] jdm. die Hucke voll heulen [alt] [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to cry one's heart out in front of sb. [idiom] jdm. die Hucke vollheulen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to cry one's wares [archaic]seine Waren anpreisen
to cry oneself to sleep sich in den Schlaf weinen
to cry out for revengenach Rache schreien
to cry out for sth. [fig.]förmlich nach etw. [Dat.] schreien [fig.]
to cry out in painvor Schmerzen aufschreien
to cry over sb. um jdn. weinen
to cry over sb./sth. [e.g. loss of a loved one or sth. valuable] jdn./etw. beweinen
to cry tears of happiness vor Glück weinen
to cry uncle [Am.] [coll.]sich für besiegt erklären
to cry up anpreisen
to cry wolf [idiom]falschen Alarm geben
to cry wolf [idiom] Zeter und Mordio schreien [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to cry wolf [idiom] blinden Alarm schlagen [fig.]
to crystalize [Am.] kristallisieren
to crystallise [Br.] kristallisieren
to crystallise out [minerals] [Br.] auskristallisieren [Minerale]
to crystallise (out) [Br.]sich herauskristallisieren
to crystallize [also: to crystalize] kristallisieren
to crystallize [fig.] [become evident] sich herausschälen [fig.] [erweisen, zeigen]
to crystallize out [minerals] auskristallisieren [Minerale]
to crystallize (out) sich herauskristallisieren
to cube sth.etw. kubieren
to cube sth. [cut into cubes] etw. [Akk.] in Würfel schneiden
to cube sth. [cut into cubes] etw. [Akk.] würfeln [in Würfel schneiden]
to cuckold sb.jdn. betrügen
to cuckold sb. jdm. Hörner aufsetzen [fig.]
to cuckoo Kuckuck rufen
to cud sth. [also fig.] etw. [Akk.] wiederkäuen [auch fig.]
to cuddle hätscheln
to cuddle kuscheln
to cuddle verhätscheln [ugs.]
to cuddleschmusen [ugs.]
to cuddle knuddeln
to cuddle sb. jdn. herzen
to cuddle up [coll.] sich zusammenkuscheln [ugs.]
to cuddle up togethersich [Akk.] aneinanderschmiegen
to cudgel prügeln
to cudgel one's brains [esp. Br.] [idiom]sich [Dat.] den Kopf zerbrechen [Redewendung]
to cudgel one's memory sich [Dat.] das Hirn zermartern [ugs.]
to cue das Stichwort geben
to cue das Einsatzzeichen geben
to cue sb. jdm. den Einsatz geben
to cue sb. to do sth. jdm. das Zeichen geben, etw. zu tun
to cue (to / for) jdm. Stichworte geben (für)
to cuff sb. [put handcuffs on] jdm. Handschellen anlegen
to cuff sb. [slap] abfotzen [österr.] [ugs.] [ohrfeigen]
to cuff sb. [slap] jdn. ohrfeigen
to cuff sb. [slap] jdm. einen Klaps geben
to cuittle sb. [Scot.] jdn. beschwatzen
to cull auslesen
to cull aussortieren
to cull aussuchen
to cullauswählen
to culleine Auslese treffen
to cull keulen
to cull [collect]sammeln
to cull [literary] [to pick] pflücken
to cull [to select and kill]erlegen
to cull flowers [archaic] [pick flowers] Blumen pflücken
to cull fruitsFrüchte sammeln
to cull one's words seine Worte wählen
to cull sth.etw. ausmerzen [schwache, untaugliche Tiere]
to cully sb. [archaic]jdn. foppen
to culminate kulminieren
to culminate den Höhepunkt erreichen
to culminatesich vollenden
to culminate (in) gipfeln (in)
to cultivate ausbilden
to cultivatekultivieren
to cultivatebebauen
to cultivate (Land) bestellen
to cultivate fortentwickeln
to cultivate veredeln
to cultivatezivilisieren
to cultivate züchten
to cultivate anziehen
to cultivateheranzüchten
to cultivatebewirtschaften
to cultivate bilden
to cultivate [foster]fördern
to cultivate [land] urbar machen
to cultivate [refine] weiterentwickeln
to cultivate a hobbyein Hobby pflegen
to cultivate a moustachesich [Dat.] einen Schnurrbart wachsen lassen
to cultivate a piece of landein Stück Land urbar machen
to cultivate contacts Kontakte pflegen
to cultivate corn [Am.] [Aus.] Mais anbauen
to cultivate fieldsFelder bebauen
to cultivate good manners auf gutes Benehmen Wert legen
to cultivate good manners sich guter Manieren befleißigen [geh.]
to cultivate one's accentauf eine feine Aussprache achten
to cultivate one's accentsich [Dat.] eine gepflegte Aussprache aneignen
to cultivate one's mindedle Gedanken pflegen
to cultivate one's natural gifts seine natürlichen Gaben fortentwickeln
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