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to deride belächeln
to deride sb./sth. sich über jdn./etw. lustig machen
to deride sb./sth. jdm./etw. hohnsprechen [verächtlich reden]
to derig sth. etw. abtakeln
to derind sth. [bacon etc.] etw. [Akk.] abschwarten [Speck, Fleisch]
to de-risk Risiken reduzieren
to derivate ableiten
to deriveableiten
to derive derivieren
to derive herkommen
to derive a benefit from einen Vorteil ziehen aus
to derive a profiteinen Gewinn einbringen
to derive benefit from Nutzen haben von
to derive benefit fromNutzen ziehen aus
to derive comfort from sth. in etw. [Dat.] Trost finden
to derive comfort from sth. aus etw. [Dat.] Trost ziehen
to derive from sb./sth.von jdm./etw. abstammen
to derive from sth. etw. [Dat.] entstammen
to derive from sth.sich von etw. [Dat.] ableiten
to derive from sth. aus etw. [Dat.] beziehen
to derive from sth.von etw. herrühren
to derive from sth. [from language, jargon, etc.]aus etw. [Dat.] entlehnen [aus (Fach)Sprache etc.]
to derive its origin from sth. seinen Ursprung in etw. haben
to derive profit from Gewinn erzielen aus
to derive sth. [to obtain, attain]etw. [Akk.] erlangen
to derive sth. from sth. etw. [Akk.] von etw. [Dat.] ableiten
to derive sth. from sth. etw. [Akk.] von etw. [Dat.] herleiten
to derive sth. from sth. [obtain sth. from sth.] etw. [Akk.] von etw. [Dat.] erlangen
to derogateschaden
to derogate vermindern
to derogate missbilligen
to derogate from abweichen von
to derogate from sth.etw. [Dat.] Abbruch tun
to derogate sb./sth. jdn./etw. herabsetzen
to derotate the rib cage [scoliosis treatment] den Brustkorb entdrehen [Skoliose-Behandlung]
to derust sth.etw. [Akk.] entrosten
to desacralise [Br.] desakralisieren
to desacralise [Br.] entsakralisieren
to desacralize desakralisieren
to desacralize entsakralisieren
to desalinateentsalzen
to desalinize sth. [Am.] etw. entsalzen
to desaltentsalzen
to desarcinate [obs.] [unload]abladen
to desaturate entsättigen
to desaturatedesaturieren
to descale entkalken
to descale schuppen
to descale abschuppen
to descale Schuppen entfernen
to descale entzundern
to descale [fish etc.] entschuppen [Fisch etc.]
to descant (on sb./sth.) [literary]sich [Akk.] (über jdn./etw.) auslassen
to descendnach unten gehen
to descendabtauchen
to descendnach unten fallen
to descendabsinken
to descenddescendieren [inoffiziell, seltener neben: deszendieren]
to descend niederfahren [geh. für: herabkommen; hinabsteigen]
to descend deszendieren
to descend herabsinken [auch Nacht]
to descendhinunterkommen
to descendniedersteigen [geh.]
to descend [avalanche]abgehen [Lawine]
to descend [come down] herunterkommen [Stiege, Weg]
to descend [customs] überliefert werden [Gebräuche]
to descend [e.g. aircraft]heruntergehen [z. B. Flugzeug]
to descend [e.g. night, darkness]anbrechen [geh.] [beginnen] [z. B. Nacht, Dunkelheit]
to descend [from a horse etc.]absteigen [von Pferd etc.]
to descend [from] herabsteigen
to descend [hill etc.] abfallen [Gelände]
to descend [inheritance] übergehen [Besitz durch Erbe]
to descend [move downwards] herabkommen [geh.] [nach unten kommen]
to descend [stem from] abstammen
to descend [stem from] stammen
to descend [to] hinabsteigen
to descend from aristocracyadliger Abstammung sein
to descend from sb./sth.von jdm./etw. abstammen
to descend from sb./sth. von jdm./etw. herabsteigen
to descend from sth.von etw. [Dat.] herstammen
to descend from sth.von etw. absteigen
to descend into anarchyin Anarchie versinken
to descend into chaosin Chaos versinken
to descend into chaos [country etc.]im Chaos versinken [Land etc.]
to descend into civil war in einen Bürgerkrieg versinken
to descend on / upon sb./sth. [fig.]über jdn./etw. hereinbrechen
to descend on sb. [fig.]jdm. ins Haus platzen
to descend on sb./sth. [away from observer]auf jdn./etw. hinabstoßen
to descend on sb./sth. [fig.]jdm./etw. ins Haus schneien [ugs.] [unangemeldet, überraschend zu jdm. kommen]
to descend on sb./sth. [fig.] jdm./etw. ins Haus hereinschneien [ugs.] [unangemeldet, überraschend zu jdm. kommen]
to descend on sb./sth. [towards observer]auf jdn./etw. herabstoßen
to descend rapidly [avalanche] herabstürzen
to descend sth. [get down off] [also fig.] von etw. heruntersteigen [auch fig.]
to descend toabfallen auf
to descend to hinabsteigen zu
to descend to particularszu den Einzelheiten kommen
to descend upon sb./sth. [fig.] jdm./etw. ins Haus schneien [ugs.] [unangemeldet, überraschend zu jdm. kommen]
to descend upon sb./sth. [fig.] jdm./etw. ins Haus hereinschneien [ugs.] [unangemeldet, überraschend zu jdm. kommen]
to descope den Arbeitsumfang reduzieren [Ziel, Anwendungsbereich]
to describe beschreiben
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