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EnglishGerman
to demolish zerstören
to demolishabreißen [demolieren]
to demolishniederreißen
to demolish abtragen
to demolishdekonstruieren
to demolish sth. etw. [Akk.] abbrechen [niederreißen]
to demolish sth. [blow up] etw. sprengen [mit Sprengstoff zerstören]
to demolish sth. [coll.] [hum.] [greedily devour] etw. vertilgen [ugs.] [verzehren]
to demonetise [Br.] aus dem Kurs ziehen
to demonetise [Br.]demonetisieren
to demonetise [Br.] aus dem Verkehr ziehen [Geld]
to demonetise [Br.] aus dem Umlauf nehmen [Geld]
to demonetize aus dem Kurs ziehen
to demonetizedemonetisieren
to demonetize aus dem Verkehr ziehen [Geld]
to demonetizeaus dem Umlauf nehmen [Geld]
to demonetize coins Münzen außer Kraft setzen
to demonise sb./sth. [Br.] jdn./etw. verteufeln
to demonise sb./sth. [Br.] jdn./etw. dämonisieren
to demonize sb./sth.jdn./etw. dämonisieren
to demonize sb./sth. jdn./etw. verteufeln
to demonstrateaufzeigen
to demonstrate ausstellen
to demonstrate demonstrieren
to demonstrate veranschaulichen
to demonstratevorführen
to demonstratebeweisen
to demonstrate darlegen [demonstrieren]
to demonstratenachweisen
to demonstrate vorzeigen
to demonstrate manifestieren [regional, schweiz.: demonstrieren (etw. deutlich zeigen; als Demonstrant)]
to demonstrate against sth. gegen etw. [Akk.] demonstrieren
to demonstrate for religious freedomfür Religionsfreiheit demonstrieren
to demonstrate one's dancing ability vortanzen
to demonstrate respect for sb. jdm. Respekt erweisen
to demonstrate sth. etw. darstellen [zeigen, vorführen]
to demonstrate sth. etw. vorexerzieren [fig.]
to demonstrate sth.etw. [Akk.] dartun [geh.] [veraltet] [(im Detail) erklären]
to demonstrate sth. [establish sth. to be a fact] etw. [Akk.] erweisen [beweisen, nachweisen]
to demonstrate sth. for / to sb.jdm. etw. vormachen [ugs.] [als Beispiel dienen]
to demonstrate your abilitydeine Fähigkeit unter Beweis stellen
to demoralise [Br.]demoralisieren
to demoralise sb. [Br.]jdn. zermürben
to demoralize demoralisieren
to demoralize verderben
to demoralize entmutigen
to demoralize sb.jdn. zermürben
to demote zurückstufen
to demote [Am.] zurückversetzen [Schule]
to demote sb. (to sth.)jdn. (zu etw.) degradieren
to demotivate sb.jdn. demotivieren
to demould sth. [Br.] etw. entformen
to demould sth. [Br.] [to strike formwork] etw. entschalen
to demount sth.etw. [Akk.] abmontieren
to demount sth.etw. [Akk.] ausbauen [entfernen]
to demount sth. etw. [Akk.] zerlegen
to demount sth.etw. [Akk.] abbauen
to demultiplexentschachteln
to demurzögern
to demureinwenden
to demur rechtliche Einwendungen erheben
to demur auf Unschlüssigkeit hinweisen
to demurBedenken haben
to demur at doing sth. sich dagegen sträuben, etw. zu tun
to demyelinate sth. etw. [Akk.] entmarken
to demyelinate sth. etw. [Akk.] demyelisieren
to demystifyentmystifizieren
to demystify demystifizieren
to demystify sth. etw. [Dat.] den Mythos nehmen
to demystify sth. [to make easy to understand] etw. [Akk.] vereinfachen
to demythologise [Br.] entmythologisieren
to demythologize entmythologisieren
to den in einer Höhle leben
to denationalise [Br.] entstaatlichen
to denationalise sb./sth. [Br.] jdn./etw. entnationalisieren
to denationalizeentstaatlichen
to denationalize in Privatbesitz überführen
to denationalize reprivatisieren
to denationalize sb./sth. jdn./etw. entnationalisieren
to denaturalise [Br.] ausbürgern
to denaturalizeausbürgern
to denaturatedenaturieren
to denature sth. etw. [Akk.] vergällen [fachspr.]
to denature (sth.) (etw. [Akk.]) denaturieren [fachspr.]
to denaturise [Br.] denaturieren
to denaturize denaturieren
to denazify entnazifizieren
to denib sth. [to remove nibs trapped in a layer of paint or other finish] etw. egalisieren [Lacknasen, Schmutzpartikel usw. einebnen]
to de-nickelify / denickelfy entnickeln
to denigrateschlechtmachen
to denigrate verleumden
to denigrateanschwärzen [ugs.] [verleumden]
to denigrate sb./sth.jdn./etw. verunglimpfen [geh.]
to denigrate sb./sth. jdn./etw. verhunzen [veraltet für: schlechtmachen, verunglimpfen]
to denigrate sb./sth.jdn./etw. abqualifizieren
to denigrate sb./sth. jdn./etw. verteufeln
to denigrate sth. etw. abwerten [geringschätzen]
to denitrify entsticken [denitrieren]
to denoise sth.etw. [Akk.] entrauschen
to denominate benennen
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