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to excite sth. [e.g. feelings] etw. [Akk.] wecken [z. B. Gefühle]
to excite sth. [thoughts, feelings, etc.]etw. [Akk.] anregen [Gedanken, Gefühle etc.]
to excite (to) aufreizen (zu) [stärker]
to exclaim ausrufen
to exclaimexklamieren [veraltet] [ausrufen]
to exclaimschreien [aufschreien]
to exclaim rufen [ausrufen]
to exclaim aufschreien
to excludeabsondern
to exclude ausgrenzen
to exclude ausklammern [nicht zulassen]
to excludeexkludieren [veraltet] [ausschließen]
to exclude in Faktoren zerlegen
to exclude wegbedingen [schweiz.] [ausschließen]
to exclude from ausschließen von
to exclude (from)nicht berücksichtigen (bei)
to exclude liability for sth. die Haftung für etw. ausschließen
to exclude sb. from succession jdn. von der Nachfolge ausschließen
to exclude sb./sth. jdn./etw. ausschließen
to exclude sb./sth. jdn./etw. weglassen
to exclude sth. etw. ausnehmen [ausschließen]
to exclude sth.etw. [Dat.] entgegenstehen [der Patentierbarkeit, Adoption etc.]
to exclude the possibilitydie Möglichkeit ausschließen
to excogitate [reflect deeply] reflektieren [nachdenken]
to excogitate sth. etw. ersinnen
to excogitate sth. [rare] sich [Dat.] etw. ausdenken
to excogitate sth. [rare] etw. ergrübeln [durch langes Grübeln herausfinden]
to excommunicate exkommunizieren
to excommunicate sb. jdn. bannen [über jdn. den Bann aussprechen]
to excommunicate sb.and put him / her / them under imperial ban jdn. in Acht und Bann tun
to excoriate verurteilen [fig.] [missbilligen]
to excoriateabschälen
to excoriateheftig angreifen
to excoriatevernichtend kritisieren
to excoriateabschürfen
to excoriate heruntermachen
to excoriate schälen
to excoriate mißbilligen [alt]
to excoriatewund scheuern
to excoriate excorieren [veraltet] [(Haut) abschürfen; seltener neben: exkoriieren]
to excoriate wund reiben
to excoriate missbilligen
to excoriatewundscheuern
to excoriate wundreiben
to excoriateexkoriieren [veraltet] [(Haut) abschürfen]
to excoriate sb. [formal] [criticize severely]kein gutes Haar an jdm. lassen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to excorticate schälen [enthülsen, entrinden]
to excreteabsondern [z. B. aus exokrinen Drüsen, Stuhlgang]
to excrete slime [or a slime-like substance] schleimen
to excrete sth.etw. ausscheiden [absondern]
to excruciate quälen
to exculpate entschuldigen
to exculpate exkulpieren
to exculpate sb.jdn. freisprechen
to exculpate sb./oneself jdn./sich rechtfertigen
to excuseentschuldigen
to excuseverzeihen
to excuse (from) freistellen (von)
to excuse oneselfsich entschuldigen
to excuse sb. jdn. entschuldigen
to excuse sb. from sth. jdn. von etw. befreien
to excuse sb.'s behaviour [Br.] jds. Benehmen entschuldigen
to execrate verwünschen
to execratefluchen
to execrate verfluchen
to execrate verabscheuen
to execute ablaufen
to execute vollführen
to executeausfertigen
to executerechtsgültig ausfertigen [unterzeichnen, z. B. Urkunden]
to executeausüben [Amt]
to executespielen
to executerealisieren
to execute vollstrecken
to execute [duties, etc.] verrichten
to execute [sign]unterzeichnen
to execute [to perform] durchführen
to execute a commandeinen Befehl ausführen
to execute a dance step einen Tanzschritt machen
to execute a deed eine Urkunde ausstellen
to execute a plan einen Plan ausführen
to execute a program ein Programm ausführen
to execute a search warrant eine Hausdurchsuchung durchführen
to execute a shot [e.g. golf] einen Schlag ausführen [z. B. Golf]
to execute a stroke [e.g. tennis] einen Schlag ausführen [z. B. Tennis]
to execute an instrument in writingein Schriftstück ausstellen
to execute an offer ein Angebot unterbreiten
to execute an office ein Amt ausüben
to execute an order einen Auftrag ausführen
to execute any orders irgendwelche Aufträge ausführen
to execute customer orders Kundenaufträge ausführen
to execute delivery liefern
to execute one's own business eigene Geschäfte tätigen
to execute orders promptlyAufträge prompt ausführen
to execute orders punctuallyAufträge pünktlich ausführen
to execute sb. [kill judicially] jdn. exekutieren [hinrichten]
to execute sb. [put to death] jdn. hinrichten
to execute sb. [put to death] jdn. richten [veraltet] [hinrichten]
to execute sb. [put to death] jdn. justifizieren [veraltet] [hinrichten]
to execute sb. by firing squad jdn. füsilieren
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