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to disengage sich lösen
to disengage lösen
to disengage losmachen
to disengage [e.g. relay] zurückfallen [z. B. Relais]
to disengage [gears] auslegen
to disengage from a positionsich von einer Stelle lösen
to disengage from sb./sth.sich von jdm./etw. absetzen
to disengage from sth.sich von etw. [Dat.] freimachen
to disengage gear (den) Gang auslegen
to disenrich sb./sth. jdn./etw. entreichern [die Vermögen jds./etw. mindern]
to disenroll sich [Akk.] abmelden
to disentangle entwirren
to disentangle entflechten [entwirren]
to disentangle [fig.]enträtseln
to disentangle from confusion entwirren
to disentangle oneself [get away]sich befreien [lösen]
to disentangle sb./sth. from sb./sth. jdn./etw. von jdm./etw. befreien
to disentangle sb./sth. from sth.jdn./etw. aus etw. [Dat.] befreien
to disenthrall oneself from sth.sich von etw. [Dat.] freimachen
to disentitle sb. of sth. jdn. eines Rechtes berauben
to disentomb sb./sth. jdn./etw. exhumieren
to disequilibrate aus dem Gleichgewicht bringen
to disequilibratedestabilisieren
to disestablishabschaffen
to disestablish [a state church]entstaatlichen [eine Staatskirche]
to disestablish [the Church] vom Staat trennen
to disfavor [Am.] missbilligen
to disfavour [Br.]missbilligen
to disfeature sb./sth. jdn./etw. entstellen
to disfeature sb./sth. jdn./etw. verunstalten
to disfellowshipexkommunizieren
to disfigureentstellen
to disfigureverunstalten
to disfigure enlaidieren [veraltet]
to disfigure sth. [city, landscape]etw. [Akk.] verschandeln [ugs.]
to disfranchiseentrechten
to disfranchise das Wahlrecht entziehen
to disgorgeausspucken [ausspeien]
to disgorge auswerfen
to disgorgeausspeien
to disgorge sich übergeben
to disgorgesich erbrechen
to disgorge [river, waters] sich ergießen
to disgorge a hairball einen Haarball herauswürgen [Katze]
to disgorge (illegally gained) profits (illegal erwirtschaftete) Gewinne herausgeben
to disgorge sth.etw. auswürgen
to disgrace schänden
to disgrace in Ungnade bringen
to disgraceblamieren
to disgrace oneself sich [Akk.] blamieren
to disgrace sb./sth. Schande über jdn./etw. bringen
to disgruntle sb. jdn. verärgern [verstimmen]
to disgruntle sb. jdn. verstimmen [fig.] [leicht verärgern]
to disguise tarnen
to disguise verkleiden
to disguiseverschleiern
to disguise blenden [abdecken]
to disguise vermummen
to disguiseverbergen
to disguisemaskieren
to disguise verhüllen
to disguise (sich) verkappen [selten]
to disguise [voice etc.] verstellen [Handschrift / Stimme]
to disguise as / to sich verkleiden als / zum
to disguise one's voice seine Stimme verstellen
to disguise oneself sich [Akk.] verstellen
to disguise oneself [for a masquerade]sich [Akk.] verlarven [veraltet] [sich unter einer Larve od. Maske verbergen]
to disgust abstoßen
to disgustanekeln
to disgust anwidern
to disgust ekeln
to disgustempören
to disgust entrüsten
to disgust degoutieren [geh.]
to disgust sb. jdn. verärgern
to dish it out [coll.] [fig.]ganz schön austeilen [ugs.] [fig.]
to dish it out [coll.] [fig.]kräftig austeilen [salopp] [Schläge, Kritik etc.]
to dish sb. [coll.] [speak disparagingly]jdn. dissen [ugs.] [sich über jdn. abfällig äußern]
to dish sb./sth. [Am.] [sl.] [gossip about]jdn./etw. durchhecheln [ugs.] [pej.] [klatschen über]
to dish sth. [coll.]etw. auffahren [auftischen] [auch fig.]
to dish sth. out [coll.] [fig.] etw. austeilen [ugs.] [fig.]
to dish sth. up [coll.] [also fig., e.g. to dish up (false) facts]etw. [Akk.] auftischen [ugs. auch fig., z. B.: (falsche) Fakten auftischen]
to dish the dirt [coll.] [spread malicious gossip] hecheln [ugs.] [pej.] [boshafte Reden über andere führen]
to dish upauftragen
to dish up austeilen [auf den Tisch bringen]
to disharmonise [Br.] disharmonisch machen
to disharmonize disharmonisch machen
to dishearten sb.jdm. die Schneid nehmen [österr., bayer.]
to dishearten sb. jdn. entmutigen
to dishearten sb. jdn. decouragieren [geh.]
to dishearten sb. jdm. den Schneid nehmen
to dishevel verwirren
to dishevel [hair, cloth etc.]zerwühlen
to dishevel sth. [sb.'s hair] etw. zerzausen [jds. Haare]
to dishonor [Am.] entehren
to dishonor [Am.] nicht einlösen
to dishonor [Am.] nicht anerkennen
to dishonor [Am.]nicht achten
to dishonor a bill [Am.] einen Wechsel nicht einlösen
to dishonor sb./sth. [Am.] jdn./etw. verunehren [veraltet]
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