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to eat humble pie [idiom]nach Canossa gehen [Redewendung]
to eat in zu Hause essen [hier essen]
to eat in zu Hause essen
to eat intoeinfressen
to eat into einätzen
to eat into sth.sich in etw. fressen [Säure]
to eat into sth. [currency reserves, savings] zehren von etw. [Reserven, Ersparnisse]
to eat (its way) through sth. [acid, rust, animal, insect] sich durch etw. durchfressen
to eat like a birdnur wenig essen
to eat like a bird [idiom]essen wie ein Spatz [Idiom]
to eat like a horseUnmengen essen
to eat like a horse [coll.] [idiom]futtern wie ein Scheunendrescher [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to eat like a horse [coll.] [idiom] wie ein Scheunendrescher fressen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to eat like a pig [fig.] [pej.] [eat noisily and unpleasantly]fressen [derb] [pej.]
to eat like a pig [pej.] fressen wie ein Schwein [ugs.] [pej.]
to eat low-fat foodfettarm essen
to eat lunch zu Mittag essen
to eat lunch lunchen [den Lunch einnehmen]
to eat masses [coll.] Unmengen essen
to eat no meat [on principle]sich [Akk.] fleischlos ernähren
to eat no meat [on principle]fleischlos leben
to eat off the mantel [Am.] [coll.] [rare] [to have been punished so hard that one can't even sit][so streng bestraft worden sein, dass man nicht mehr sitzen kann]
to eat on the hoof [coll.] unterwegs essen
to eat on the move [coll.] unterwegs essen
to eat on the run [coll.] [while traveling from place to place] unterwegs essen
to eat one's fillsich satt essen
to eat one's heart out [coll.]sich verzehren
to eat one's heart out [idiom] [be consumed with grief] sich [Akk.] vor Sorge verzehren [geh.] [Redewendung]
to eat one's way into sth. [corrosively] [also fig.]sich in etw. [Akk.] einätzen [auch fig.]
to eat (one's way) through sth. sich durch etw. durchfressen
to eat one's wordszurücknehmen, was man gesagt hat
to eat one's words alles zurücknehmen [seine Behauptungen oder Äußerungen]
to eat outauswärts essen
to eat out essen gehen
to eat outaußer Haus / Hauses essen
to eat out [sl.] [vulg.] [to perform cunnilingus] lecken [vulg.] [Oralverkehr an einer Frau vollziehen]
to eat out of / from the palm of sb.'s hand [idiom] jdm. aus der Hand fressen [fig.] [Redewendung]
to eat sb. alive jdn. bei lebendigem Leibe auffressen
to eat sb. aliveüber jdn. herfallen [fig.]
to eat sb. alive [idiom]jdn. in der Luft zerreißen [Redewendung] [verbal fertigmachen]
to eat sb. for breakfast [fig]jdn. zum Frühstück verspeisen [fig.]
to eat sb. out of house and home [idiom] jdm. die Haare vom Kopf fressen [Idiom]
to eat sb. out of house and home [idiom] jdm. die Haare vom Kopf essen [Idiom]
to eat sb. up [also fig.]jdn. auffressen [jdn. zermürben] [auch fig.]
to eat sb./sth. (up) for breakfast [coll.] [handle easily] jdn./etw. abfrühstücken [ugs.] [leicht erledigen]
to eat. sb.'s lunch [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [defeat or best sb. thoroughly] jdn. in die Pfanne hauen [ugs.] [Idiom] [jdn. besiegen]
to eat. sb.'s lunch [Am.] [coll.] [idiom] [make short work of sb.] jdn. fertigmachen [ugs.] [jdn. besiegen]
to eat something appetizing etwas Schnuckeliges essen [ugs.]
to eat something delicious etwas Köstliches essen
to eat sth. etw. [Akk.] verzehren [geh.] [auch fachspr.] [essen]
to eat sth. bones and all mit Butz und Stingel aufessen [österr.] [ratzeputz]
to eat sth. in one bite etw. [Akk.] in einem Happen essen
to eat sth. ravenously etw. [Akk.] gierig verschlingen
to eat sth. right up etw. sofort aufessen
to eat sth. up etw. verzehren [geh.] [aufessen]
to eat sth. up [consume entirely] etw. [Akk.] aufzehren [geh.]
to eat sth. up [leaving nothing]etw. wegessen [ugs.] [aufessen]
to eat sth. up [leaving nothing]etw. [Akk.] wegfuttern [ugs.] [(ganz) aufessen]
to eat sth. up [to use up, especially wastefully] [often fig.]etw. vervespern [ugs.] [etw. auffressen] [häufig fig.]
to eat sth. up both skin and bone etw. ratzeputz bis auf die Knochen essen / aufessen [ugs.]
to eat sth. up from sb. [believe without question] [fig.] jdm. etw. abkaufen [kritiklos glauben] [fig.]
to eat sth. up with relish etw. [Akk.] verschmausen [ugs.]
to eat sth. with relish etw. mit Genuss essen
to eat (sth.)(etw.) essen
to eat sweet thingsnaschen [Süßes]
to eat sweet things etwas Süßes essen
to eat sweets on the sly naschen
to eat the bread of idleness das Brot der Faulheit essen [Elberfelder et al.]
to eat the bread of idleness [fig.] [archaic]ein faules Leben führen
to eat through durchfressen
to eat to excessunmäßig im Essen sein
to eat up aufessen
to eat upauffuttern [ugs.]
to eat up auffressen
to eat upausfressen [auffressen]
to eat up [fig.]aufbrauchen
to eat up profitsGewinne aufzehren
to eat up savings Ersparnisse aufbrauchen
to eat with relishschnabulieren [ugs.]
to eavesdrop lauschen [heimlich]
to eavesdropabhören [heimlich zuhören]
to eavesdrop horchen [heimlich zuhören]
to eavesdrop on sb./sth.jdn./etw. belauschen
to eavesdrop outside the window draußen am Fenster lauschen
to eavesdrop sb./sth. jdn./etw. behorchen [ugs.] [(heimlich) zuhören]
to ebb [also fig.] ebben [auch fig.: abebben]
to ebb away abebben
to ebb away verebben
to ebb awayabschwellen [Geräuschpegel etc.: schwächer werden, abnehmen]
to ebb away sich abschwächen [schwächer werden]
to ebb away [excitement, arousal, etc.] nachlassen [Erregung etc.]
to ebonizeebenieren [Holz]
to echo wiederholen
to echo echoen
to echo nachklingen
to echo schallen
to echo aufklingen [fig.]
to echowiderschallen [veraltend]
to echohallen
to echo [fig.] wiedergeben [wiederholen, zitieren]
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