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to feint sth. [move] etw. antäuschen [Bewegung]
to felicitate beglückwünschen
to fellfällen [umschlagen]
to fell [football] von den Beinen holen
to fell a tree einen Baum fällen
to fell a treeeinen Baum einschlagen
to fell a tree einen Baum niederhauen [ugs.]
to fell sb.jdn. hinstrecken
to fell sb. [archaic] jdn. niederhauen [ugs.]
to fell sb. [cause sb. to fall; esp. football, boxing, etc.] jdn. zu Fall bringen
to fell sth. etw. [Akk.] umhauen [Baum]
to fell sth.etw. [Akk.] schlagen [fällen]
to fell sth. [a tree] etw. [Akk.] umlegen [einen Baum]
to fell sth. [tree] etw. umschlagen [fällen]
to fell timber Holz fällen
to fell timber Holz schlägern [österr.]
to fellate fellationieren
to fellowship [esp. Am.] [participate in religious fellowship] religiöse Gemeinschaft pflegen
to feltverfilzen
to felt sth.etw. filzen [verfilzen, zu Filz verarbeiten]
to feminise [Br.] weiblich machen
to feminise [Br.] feminisieren
to feminise [Br.] verweiblichen
to feminizeweiblich machen
to feminizefeminisieren
to feminize verweiblichen
to fencefechten
to fenceumzäunen
to fence [student corps]pauken [Korpsstudenten]
to fence [with words, arguments] die Klingen kreuzen [fig.] [streiten, debattieren]
to fence in umzäunen
to fence inumfrieden [mit Zaun]
to fence ineinzäunen
to fence in einfassen [mit Zaun]
to fence (in)einhegen
to fence (in)verzäunen
to fence offabsperren
to fence off mit einem Zaun abtrennen
to fence off sth. etw. [Akk.] abzäunen
to fence (off) abschranken
to fence sb./sth. out jdn./etw. auszäunen [durch einen Zaun aussperren, absondern]
to fence sth. [coll.] [sell stolen goods] mit etw. [Dat.] hehlen
to fence sth. [surround with a fence]etw. einzäunen
to fence sth. in etw. [Akk.] einfrieden [mit Zaun]
to fence sth. inetw. vergattern [etw. mit einem Gatter umgeben, einzäunen]
to fence sth. offetw. abgittern
to fence sth. off etw. [Akk.] abzäunen
to fendabwehren
to fend for oneself sich selber durchschlagen [meist ugs.: s. selbst d.]
to fend for oneself sich alleine durchschlagen [ugs.] [s. allein d.]
to fend for oneself für sich [Akk.] selbst sorgen
to fend off abwenden
to fend off vertreiben
to fend off abfendern
to fend off [criticism] zurückweisen
to fend off a collision einen Zusammenstoß abwenden
to fend off blows Schläge abwehren
to fend sb./sth. off sich jds./etw. erwehren [geh.]
to fend sb./sth. off jdn./etw. abwehren
to fenestrate fenestrieren
to feng shui sth. [coll.]etw. [Akk.] nach Feng-Shui ausrichten
to ferment vergären
to fermentgären
to ferment gären lassen
to fermenttreiben [gären]
to ferment fermentieren
to ferretfrettieren
to ferret outaufspüren
to ferret outaufstöbern
to ferrybefördern
to ferry sb./sth. across jdn./etw. überfahren [veraltend] [(mit einer Fähre) übersetzen]
to ferry sb./sth. overjdn./etw. übersetzen [mit der Fähre]
to fertilise [Br.]befruchten
to fertilise [Br.] [soil] düngen
to fertilizebefruchten
to fertilize besamen
to fertilize [soil] düngen
to fertilize artificially künstlich düngen
to fertilize the earth [Am.]den Boden fruchtbar machen
to ferule [archaic] mit einem flachen Instrument züchtigen
to fess up [coll.] beichten
to fess up [coll.] gestehen
to fess up [coll.]zugeben [gestehen]
to fester eitern
to fester verfaulen
to festerverwesen
to festergären
to festerschwären [geh.]
to festervereitern
to fester [fig.]nagen [fig.] [Ärger]
to festinate [hurry, hasten] eilen [hasten, sich beeilen]
to festoon schmücken [bes. mit Girlanden]
to fetch einfangen
to fetch herbeiholen
to fetch [fig.] [money]einbringen [Geld]
to fetch [of a dog] apportieren
to fetch a doctoreinen Arzt holen
to fetch a price einen Preis erzielen
to fetch and carry Handlanger sein
to fetch away wegholen
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