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to fetch back zurückholen
to fetch data Daten herbeiholen
to fetch home heimholen
to fetch muchviel einbringen
to fetch sb. home jdn. nach Hause holen
to fetch sb. overjdn. herüberholen
to fetch sb./sth. [collect] jdn./etw. abholen
to fetch sb./sth. (over)jdn./etw. herüberholen
to fetch sth. etw. [Akk.] holen
to fetch sth. [data]etw. [Akk.] abrufen [Daten]
to fetch sth. [from one's pocket, a container etc.] etw. [Akk.] hervorholen
to fetch sth. [from sth., e.g. a pocket]etw. herausholen [hervorholen]
to fetch sth. [profit etc.]etw. einbringen [Profit etc.]
to fetch sth. [to bring or get ]etw. herbeischaffen [beschaffen]
to fetch sth. later etw. [Akk.] nachholen [Zurückgebliebenes nachträglich holen]
to fetch up herbeibringen
to fetch up [Br.] erbrechen
to fetch up [coll.] [to vomit]sich übergeben
to fetch up somewhere [coll.] [old-fashioned] irgendwo landen [ugs.]
to fete feten
to fete feiern
to fetishise [Br.]fetischisieren
to fetishize fetischisieren
to fetter anpflocken
to fetterin Fesseln schließen
to fetter [fig.] behindern
to fetter sb. [a prisoner] jdn. fesseln [mit Fesseln]
to fettlevorbereiten [Werkstück]
to fettle sth. [remove excess material from a cast component] etw. beschroten [veraltet] [beschneiden] [Gusstechnik]
to feud with sb.sich mit jdm. bekriegen
to fianchetto [chess] fianchettieren [Schach]
to fib aufschneiden [schwindeln]
to fibflunkern [ugs.]
to fibschwindeln [ugs.] [(leicht) von der Wahrheit abweichen, flunkern]
to fib to sb. jdn. anflunkern [ugs.]
to fibrillate fibrillieren [von einem Muskel]
to fibrose fibrosieren
to fibroseBindegewebe bilden
to fictionalise sth. [Br.] etw. als Fiktion darstellen
to fictionalizefiktionalisieren
to fictionalize sth.etw. als Fiktion darstellen
to fiddle betrügen
to fiddlefiedeln
to fiddle manipulieren
to fiddle fummeln [ugs.]
to fiddle [Br.] [coll.] [cheat, swindle] schwindeln [tricksen, maipulieren]
to fiddle [coll.] tricksen [ugs.]
to fiddle [tinker]pfriemeln [ugs.] [an etw. herumnesteln]
to fiddle [tinker] fudeln [österr.] [ugs.] [an etw. herumnesteln]
to fiddle about herumtrödeln
to fiddle aboutherumspielen
to fiddle aboutherumfummeln [ugs.]
to fiddle about kleckern [ugs. für: etw. stückweise tun]
to fiddle about with sth. an etw. [Dat.] herumwursteln [ugs.]
to fiddle about with etw. [Dat.] herumwurschteln [ugs.]
to fiddle about with sth. an etw. [Dat.] herumpusseln [ugs.]
to fiddle about with sth. [alter or adjust unhelpfully] an etw. [Dat.] herumdoktern [ugs.] [herumbasteln] [Gerät u. ä.]
to fiddle about with sth. [coll.] an etw. [Dat.] herumfingern [ugs.]
to fiddle about (with sth.) [tinker] (an etw. [Dat.]) tüfteln [ugs.]
to fiddle about (with) spielen (mit) [i. S. v.: sich zu schaffen machen, herumfummeln]
to fiddle about (with) herumhantieren (an) [ugs.]
to fiddle aroundherumtrödeln
to fiddle aroundherumtüfteln
to fiddle around correcting sth. an etw. [Dat.] herumbessern [ugs.]
to fiddle around with one's ballpoint mit dem Kugelschreiber spielen
to fiddle around with sth. mit etw. herumhantieren
to fiddle around with sth. an etw. [Dat.] herumfummeln [ugs.]
to fiddle around with etw. [Dat.] herumpfuschen [ugs.] [pej.]
to fiddle around (with sth.) [tinker] (an etw. [Dat.]) tüfteln [ugs.]
to fiddle around (with) spielen (mit) [i. S. v.: sich zu schaffen machen, herumfummeln]
to fiddle around (with)herumspielen (mit) [i. S. v.: sich zu schaffen machen, herumfummeln]
to fiddle (around) [with sth.]frickeln [ugs.] [herumbasteln]
to fiddle (around) with sth. an etw. [Dat.] nesteln
to fiddle awayvertrödeln
to fiddle one's taxesbei der Steuer betrügen
to fiddle sth. away [coll.] [a fortune] etw. [Akk.] verfiedeln [ugs.] [ein Vermögen]
to fiddle the books [coll.]die Bücher frisieren [ugs.]
to fiddle the figures [coll.] die Zahlen frisieren [ugs.]
to fiddle while Rome burns [idiom]sich mit unwichtigeren Dingen beschäftigen [anstatt sich dem wirklich Wichtigen zuzuwenden]
to fiddle with moneyfaule Geschäfte machen
to fiddle with sb. [Br.] [coll.] [contrive sth. underhandedly] mit jdm. kungeln [ugs.] [pej.]
to fiddle with etw. [Dat.] herummachen [ugs.]
to fiddle with sth. an etw. [Dat.] herumpfriemeln [ugs.]
to fiddle with sth. an etw. [Dat.] polken [ugs.]
to fiddle with sth. [coll.] an etw. [Dat.] herumfingern [ugs.]
to fiddle with sth. [coll.] an etw. [Dat.] herumfriemeln [ugs.] [Rsv.]
to fiddle with sth. [coll.] [fidget with something in a restless or nervous way] an etw. [Dat.] fingern [herumnesteln]
to fidget herumzappeln
to fidget zappeln
to fidgetherumwetzen [ugs.]
to fidget hampeln [ugs.]
to fidget herumhampeln [ugs.]
to fidget about herumrutschen [ugs.]
to fidget aroundjuckeln [regional] [zappeln]
to fidget (around) on one's chair auf dem Stuhl hin und her rutschen
to fidget with sth. mit etw. herumfuchteln [ugs.]
to fidget with sth. mit etw. herumspielen
to fieldauf den Platz schicken
to field aufs Feld schicken
to field [baseball, cricket etc.]als Fänger spielen
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