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to exchange data Daten austauschen
to exchange data on magnetic tape Daten auf Magnetband austauschen
to exchange experiencesErfahrungen austauschen
to exchange (for)austauschen (gegen)
to exchange French kissesZungenküsse austauschen
to exchange glances Blicke tauschen
to exchange greetingsGrußworte tauschen
to exchange high-fives sich abklatschen [ugs.]
to exchange ideas (on sth.)sich [Akk.] (über etw. [Akk.]) austauschen [Ideen, Gedanken]
to exchange ideas with sb.mit jdm. in Austausch treten [Ideenaustausch]
to exchange kisses Küsse austauschen
to exchange newsNeuigkeiten austauschen
to exchange opinions Meinungen austauschen
to exchange phone numbers Telefonnummern austauschen
to exchange pleasantries Höflichkeiten austauschen
to exchange presentsGeschenke austauschen
to exchange sth. [esp. currency, also words] etw. wechseln
to exchange sth. for sth. etw. [Akk.] gegen etw. [Akk.] tauschen
to exchange the goodsWare umtauschen
to exchange views Meinungen austauschen
to exchange views on sth. [opinions]sich [Akk.] (über etw. [Akk.]) austauschen [Meinungen]
to exchange vows sich [Dat.] das Jawort geben
to excise herausschneiden [aus einer Aufnahme]
to excise herausschneiden
to excise a tumor [Am.]einen Tumor herausschneiden
to excise a tumour [Br.] einen Tumor herausschneiden
to excise sth.etw. [Akk.] exzidieren
to excise sth.etw. [Akk.] ausschneiden
to excite erregen
to excite reizen [anregen, Lust machen]
to excite stimulieren
to excite an audienceein Publikum begeistern
to excite sb./sth. [arouse] jdn./etw. aufregen [erregen] [Mensch, Tiere]
to excite sb.'s curiosity jds. Neugier entfachen [geh.]
to excite sb.'s curiosity jds. Neugier wecken
to excite sth. [cause]etw. hervorrufen [auslösen]
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 exclaim exklamieren [veraltet] [ausrufen]
to exclaimschreien [aufschreien]
to exclaimrufen [ausrufen]
to exclaimaufschreien
to exclude absondern
to excludeausgrenzen
to exclude ausklammern [nicht zulassen]
to exclude exkludieren [veraltet] [ausschließen]
to excludein Faktoren zerlegen
to exclude wegbedingen [schweiz.] [ausschließen]
to exclude fromausschließen von
to exclude (from)nicht berücksichtigen (bei)
to exclude liability for sth.die Haftung für etw. ausschließen
to exclude sb. from successionjdn. 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 excommunicateexkommunizieren
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 excoriate heftig angreifen
to excoriatevernichtend kritisieren
to excoriateabschürfen
to excoriate heruntermachen
to excoriate schälen
to excoriatemißbilligen [alt]
to excoriatewund scheuern
to excoriateexcorieren [veraltet] [(Haut) abschürfen; seltener neben: exkoriieren]
to excoriatewund reiben
to excoriatemissbilligen
to excoriate wundscheuern
to excoriatewundreiben
to excoriate exkoriieren [veraltet] [(Haut) abschürfen]
to excoriate sb. [formal] [criticize severely]kein gutes Haar an jdm. lassen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to excorticateschälen [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 exculpateexkulpieren
to exculpate sb. jdn. freisprechen
to exculpate sb./oneself jdn./sich rechtfertigen
to excuseentschuldigen
to excuse verzeihen
to excuse (from) freistellen (von)
to excuse oneself sich 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 execrateverwünschen
to execratefluchen
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