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to fan (out)fächern
to fan (playing) cardsKarten fächern [Spielkarten fächern]
to fan sb. [by means of a hand-held fan, a newspaper, etc.] jdm. Luft zufächeln
to fan sth.etw. [Akk.] befeuern
to fan sth. away [e.g. smell, smoke by waving the hands]etw. [Akk.] wegwedeln
to fan the embers [also fig.]die Glut anfachen [auch fig.]
to fan the flamedas Feuer anfachen / entfachen [geh.]
to fan the flames das Feuer anfachen
to fan the flames [of hate etc.] [fig.] Öl ins Feuer [des Hasses etc.] gießen [fig.]
to fanaticize sb. [to make fanatical]jdn. fanatisieren
to fanboy over sb. [coll.] jdn. fanboyen [ugs.]
to fancify sth. [embellish] etw. [Akk.] verschönern
to fancy schwärmen
to fancy [think, believe] meinen
to fancy [think] glauben [denken]
to fancy oneselfvon sich eingenommen sein [Redewendung]
to fancy oneself [Br.] sich für was Besonderes halten [ugs.]
to fancy oneself [Br.] sich für Wunder was halten [ugs.]
to fancy oneself [Br.] sich für weiß Gott was halten [ugs.]
to fancy oneself [Br.] [coll.] [idiom] ziemlich viel auf sich halten [Redewendung]
to fancy oneself as an intellectual sich in der Rolle eines Intellektuellen gefallen
to fancy oneself (as) sth.sich für etw. halten
to fancy sb. [Br.] [coll.]auf jdn. scharf sein [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to fancy sb. [Br.] [coll.] [be sexually attracted to sb.] auf jdn. stehen [ugs.]
to fancy sb. [Br.] [coll.] [be sexually attracted to sb.]etwas von jdm. wollen [ugs.] [attraktiv finden]
to fancy sb./sth. [like] jdn./etw. mögen [für jdn./etw. schwärmen]
to fancy sth. [Br.] Lust haben auf etw.
to fancy sth. [feel a desire or liking for sth.]auf etw. [Akk.] Bock haben [ugs.] [Redewendung] [etw. gut finden; zu etw. Lust haben]
to fancy sth. [imagine, think]sich [Dat.] etw. vorstellen [sich etw. denken]
to fancy sth. [imagine] sich [Dat.] etw. einbilden
to fangirl over sb. [coll.]jdn. fangirlen [ugs.]
to fankle [Scot.: entangle] verwirren
to fantasise [Br.] herumfantasieren
to fantasise [Br.] about sth.von etw. phantasieren
to fantasise (about sth.) [Br.] (von etw.) phantasieren
to fantasise (about sth.) [Br.] (von etw.) fantasieren
to fantasize (mit offenen Augen) träumen
to fantasizeherumfantasieren
to fantasize about Fantasievorstellungen haben von
to fantasize aboutPhantasievorstellungen haben von
to fantasize (about sth.) (von etw.) phantasieren
to fantasize (about sth.) (von etw.) fantasieren
to fap [vulg.] onanieren
to fap [vulg.]wichsen [vulg.] [onanieren]
to fap [vulg.] [masturbate] melken [vulg.] [onanieren]
to far exceed the proper dosage / amount weit über das gebotene Maß hinausgehen
to fare [archaic] fahren
to fare [archaic] reisen
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 farmbebauen
to farm bewirtschaften [Land]
to farm (eine) Landwirtschaft betreiben
to farm [animals] züchten
to farm organically Land ökologisch bewirtschaften
to farm organically Land 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. outetw. [Akk.] in Pacht geben
to farm sth. out to sb.etw. an jdn. vergeben
to farnesylate farnesylieren
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 [auch: fahrenlassen] [derb] [eine Blähung abgehen lassen]
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 fasciculate sth.etw. [Akk.] faszikulieren [veraltet]
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 fashiongestalten
to fashion fertigen
to fashionformen
to fashion a bomb eine Bombe herstellen
to fashion sth. into sth. [mould]etw. zu etw. gestalten [bearbeiten, formen]
to fast hungern
to fast fasten
to fast nüchtern bleiben [z. B. vor einer Operation]
to fast before Mass vor der Messe nüchtern bleiben
to fasten anbringen
to fasten anschnallen [Sicherheitsgurt]
to fasten anschlagen
to fastenfesthalten [sichern]
to fastenfixieren [festmachen]
to fasten [to]befestigen [an]
to fasten downfestmachen
to fasten infestschnallen
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