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to fare [archaic] [to go, travel] gehen
to fare better besser abschneiden
to fare with sb./sth. badly [get along with badly]mit jdm./etw. schlecht klarkommen
to fare with sb./sth. well [get along with well] mit jdm./etw. gut klarkommen
to fare-dodge [coll.] schwarzfahren [ugs.]
to farewell sb. [Aus.] [NZ] jdn. verabschieden
to farm bebauen
to farm bewirtschaften [Land]
to farm [animals] züchten
to farm organicallyLand ökologisch bewirtschaften
to farm organicallyLand biodynamisch bewirtschaften
to farm sb. out to sb. [esp. a child] [to foster] jdn. bei jdm. in Pflege geben [in Obhut geben]
to farm sth. out etw. zur Erledigung außer Haus geben
to farm sth. out etw. [Akk.] in Pacht geben
to farm sth. out to sb. etw. an jdn. vergeben
to farnesylatefarnesylieren
to farrow ferkeln
to farrow sauen [ugs. für: ferkeln]
to farrow (down)abferkeln
to fart [coll.]pupen [ugs.]
to fart [coll.] [coarse] einen fahren lassen [ugs.]
to fart [vulg.] furzen [vulg.]
to fart [vulg.] pupsen [ugs.]
to fart [vulg.] [to fart silently]föhnen [ugs.] [schweiz.]
to fart about [Br.] [vulg.] herumwursteln [ugs.]
to fart-arse around [Br.] [sl.] [pej.]Zeit vertrödeln [ugs.] [pej.]
to fascinate bezaubern
to fascinate faszinieren
to fascinate sb. jdn. begeistern
to fascinate sb. jdn. in Bann halten
to fascinate sb. jdn. in seinen Bann ziehen [Redewendung]
to fascinate sb. (eine) Faszination auf jdn. ausüben
to fash sb. [Scot.] [vex]jdn. bekümmern [ärgern, irritieren]
to fashion gestalten
to fashion fertigen
to fashion formen
to fashion a bombeine Bombe herstellen
to fashion sth. into sth. [mould]etw. zu etw. gestalten [bearbeiten, formen]
to fast hungern
to fastfasten
to fast nüchtern bleiben [z. B. vor einer Operation]
to fast before Mass vor der Messe nüchtern bleiben
to fasten anbringen
to fastenanschnallen [Sicherheitsgurt]
to fasten anschlagen
to fasten festhalten [sichern]
to fastenfixieren [festmachen]
to fasten [to] befestigen [an]
to fasten downfestmachen
to fasten in festschnallen
to fasten off <fo, f/o> [finishing a crochet or knitting project] [Abschließen einer Häkel- od. Strickarbeit]
to fasten one's eyes on sb./sth. den Blick auf jdn./etw. heften
to fasten one's seat belt sich anschnallen
to fasten one's seat beltsich angurten
to fasten one's shoes die Schuhe binden
to fasten onto sth. [fig.]sich [Akk.] in etw. [Akk.] verbeißen [fig.]
to fasten sth. etw. festmachen [befestigen]
to fasten sth. finger tight [screw connection] etw. handfest anziehen [Schraubverbindung]
to fasten sth. in place [by screws] etw. festschrauben
to fasten sth. with knots etw. [Akk.] verknoten [festknoten]
to fasten up [dress etc.]zumachen
to fasten up one's jacketdie Jacke zuknöpfen
to fast-forwardvorspulen
to fast-talk sb.jdn. beschwatzen [ugs.]
to fast-track sth. etw. [Akk.] beschleunigen
to fat-finger sth. [coll.] [hum.] [a word, a letter] etw. [Akk.] vertippen [ugs.] [ein Wort, einen Buchstaben]
to father zeugen
to father sth. [fig.] [be the source or originator of sth.]Urheber von etw. [Dat.] sein
to father sth. [fig.] [be the source or originator of sth.]Urheber etw. [Gen.] sein
to father sth. [fig.] [create, found] etw. [Akk.] ins Leben rufen [Redewendung] [Projekt, Firma etc.: gründen oder neu schaffen]
to father sth. on / upon sb. jdm. etw. zuschreiben
to father sth. on / upon sb. jdm. etw. anlasten
to father sth. on sb. [obs.] [place responsibility on] jdn. für etw. verantwortlich machen
to fathomergründen
to fathomausloten
to fathom [comprehend]begreifen
to fathom [the depth]auspeilen
to fatigueermüden
to fattenfett machen
to fatten mästen
to faultbemängeln
to fault [undergo a fault] sich verwerfen
to fault sb. an jdm. Fehler finden
to fault sb. for sth. jdm. wegen etw. [Gen.] [ugs. auch Dat.] einen Vorwurf machen
to fault sb./sth. [usually with negative: e.g. I can't fault him] etwas an jdm./etw. auszusetzen haben
to fave sth. [coll.]etw. [Akk.] faven [Neol.] [z. B. einen Tweet] [bes. auf der Plattform Twitter]
to favor [Am.] favorisieren
to favor [Am.] begünstigen
to favor [Am.] befürworten
to favor sb./sth. [Am.]jdn./etw. vorziehen
to favor sb./sth. [Am.] jdn./etw. favorisieren
to favor sb./sth. [Am.]jdn./etw. bevorzugen
to favor sth. [Am.] [an injured limb] etw. schonen [verletztes Bein etc.]
to favorite sth. [Am.] [esp. used on websites]etw. favorisieren
to favour [Br.] begünstigen
to favour [Br.] befürworten
to favour [Br.] [approve]für gut halten [Plan, Idee, Vorschlag]
to favour [Br.] [think preferable]schwören auf [ugs.] [bevorzugen]
to favour one thing over another [Br.]eine Sache einer anderen vorziehen
to favour sb. [Br.] jdn. begünstigen
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