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EnglishGerman
to fill upausfüllen
to fill up voll füllen [alt]
to fill upvoll machen [alt]
to fill up betanken [Kraftfahrzeug]
to fill upvollaufen [alt, bis 1996]
to fill up voll tanken [alt]
to fill upabfüllen
to fill up voll laufen [alt, 1996 - 2004]
to fill upvolllaufen
to fill up voll werden
to fill up a formein Formblatt ausfüllen
to fill up a kettleeinen Kessel volllaufen lassen
to fill up on sth. [fig.] sich mit etw. [Dat.] den Bauch vollschlagen [fig.]
to fill up (sth.) [coll.] [with fuel] (etw. [Akk.]) auftanken
to fill up (the fuel tank)volltanken
to fill up (with sb./sth.)sich (mit jdm./etw.) füllen
to fill up with unleaded (petrol / gas)bleifrei tanken
to fill (up) voll pumpen [alt]
to fill (up)anfüllen
to fill (up) vollpumpen
to fill with anxiety einschüchtern
to fill with bitterness verbittern
to fill with enthusiasmbegeistern
to fill with hatred verhetzen
to fill with indignationentrüsten
to fill with sand [silt up]versanden
to fill with smokeverräuchern
to fill with sound beschallen
to fill with terrorterrorisieren
to fill with terror [frighten] einschüchtern
to fill with terror [frighten]verängstigen
to fill with zeros mit Nullen auffüllen
[to fill the voice mailbox of an answering machine]wulffen [ugs.] [hum.] [veraltet] [einen Anrufbeantworter vollquatschen]
to filletfiletieren
to fillet [mit einem schmalen Dekorband umbinden]
to fillet sth. [fish]etw. [Akk.] entgräten [Fisch]
to filmfilmen
to filmverfilmen
to film a sceneeine Szene filmen
to film over [mirror, glass] anlaufen [Glas etc.]
to film sth. [coating] [also fig.]etw. überziehen [beschichten] [auch fig.]
to film up [mirror, glass] anlaufen [Glas]
to filter filtern
to filter glätten
to filter sieben
to filter filtrieren
to filter seihen
to filter aussieben [filtern]
to filter by sth. nach etw. [Dat.] filtern
to filter down to sb. zu jdm. durchdringen
to filter from herausfiltern aus
to filter off [remove by filtration] abfiltern
to filter off [remove by filtration]abfiltrieren
to filter out abfiltrieren
to filter out ausfiltern
to filter sth. [e.g. liquid] etw. abseihen
to filter sth. out etw. [Akk.] herausfiltern
to filter sth. out [e.g. UV rays] etw. [Akk.] wegfiltern [herausfiltern] [z. B. UV-Strahlung]
to filter throughdurchsickern
to filter through durchschimmern
to filter through durchscheinen
to filter through [fig.] sich [Akk.] durchschlängeln
to filth [rare] schmutzen [schmutzig werden]
to filth sth. [also fig.]etw. beschmutzen [auch fig.]
to filtrate filtern
to filtrate filtrieren
to fin pivot pivotieren [Tauchsport]
to fin sth. [to add fins to sth.] etw. [Akk.] mit Rippen versehen
to fin sth. [to add fins to sth.] etw. [Akk.] berippen
to finagle [coll.]mogeln [ugs.]
to finagle [coll.] organisieren [ugs.] [durch Tricks erlangen]
to finagle sb. out of sth. [coll.] jdn. um etw. betrügen
to finagle sth. [coll.] [esp. Am.] sich [Dat.] etw. erschleichen
to finalise sth. [Br.] etw. [Akk.] beenden
to finalise sth. [Br.]etw. [Akk.] endgültig festlegen
to finalise sth. [Br.]etw. [Akk.] finalisieren
to finalise sth. [Br.] etw. [Akk.] vollenden
to finalise sth. [Br.] etw. [Akk.] abschließen [beenden]
to finalize a decision eine endgültige Entscheidung treffen
to finalize a projectein Projekt abschließen
to finalize sth.etw. [Akk.] beenden
to finalize sth.etw. [Akk.] abschließen [beenden]
to finalize sth.etw. [Akk.] endgültig festlegen
to finalize sth. etw. [Akk.] finalisieren
to finalize sth.etw. [Akk.] vollenden
to finalize sth.etw. [Akk.] zum Abschluss bringen
to finalize sth.etw. [Akk.] zu Ende bringen
to finalize sth.etw. [Akk.] ausarbeiten
to finalize sth. etw. festzurren [fig.] [endgültig festlegen, zum Abschluss bringen]
to finalize sth. [deal etc.]etw. unter Dach und Fach bringen [Idiom] [Geschäft, Abkommen etc. (glücklich) zum Abschluss bringen]
to finalize the books die Bücher abschließen
to finally manage to make up one's mind sich endlich zu einer Entscheidung durchringen können
to finally tie the knotin den Hafen der Ehe einlaufen
to financefinanzieren
to financeKapital beschaffen
to finance bestreiten [Lebensunterhalt etc.]
to finance a dealein Geschäft finanzieren
to finance a projectMittel für ein Projekt bereitstellen
to finance activities Aktivitäten finanzieren
to finance an expedition eine Expedition finanzieren
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