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to flatter oneself (for sth.) sich [Dat.] etw. (auf etw.) einbilden
to flatter sb. jdm. schmeicheln [auch Farbe, Licht etc.]
to flatter sb. jdn. umschmeicheln
to flatter sb. jdm. schöntun
to flatter sb. jdn. bauchpinseln [ugs.]
to flatter sb. jdn. poussieren [veraltend] [umschmeicheln]
to flatter sb.jdn./jdm. flattieren [schweiz., sonst veraltend] [schmeicheln]
to flatter sb./sth. [dress, colour, light etc.]für jdn./etw. vorteilhaft sein / wirken [Kleidung, Farbe, Licht etc.]
to flatulate flatulieren
to flatulatefurzen [ugs.]
to flauntoffen zeigen
to flaunt paradieren
to flaunt prunken
to flauntzur Schau stellen
to flaunt prangen
to flaunt jewellery [esp. Br.] Juwelen zur Schau tragen
to flaunt oneself in front of sb.sich vor jdm. zur Schau stellen
to flaunt sth. [display ostentatiously] mit etw. protzen [ugs.] [pej.] [zur Schau stellen]
to flavor [Am.]Geschmack geben
to flavor [Am.] würzen
to flavor sth. [Am.] etw. [Akk.] aromatisieren
to flavor sth. [Am.] etw. mit Aroma versehen
to flavor sth. [Am.] [with spices, herbs] etw. [Akk.] abschmecken [mit Gewürzen, Kräutern]
to flavour [Br.] würzen
to flavour of [Br.] riechen nach
to flavour of [Br.] schmecken nach
to flavour sth. [Br.]etw. [Dat.] Geschmack geben
to flavour sth. [Br.] etw. [Akk.] aromatisieren
to flavour sth. [Br.] etw. mit Aroma versehen
to flaw sth. [mar] etw. beschädigen [beeinträchtigen]
to flayhäuten
to flay entpellen
to flay abziehen [Haut, Fell]
to flay [to skin]schinden
to flay [to skin] abbalgen
to flay [to skin] enthäuten
to flay / skin sb. alive [also fig.]jdn. bei lebendigem Leibe häuten [auch fig.]
to flay sb. jdn. auspeitschen
to flay sb. [to flog] jdn. verdreschen [ugs.]
to flay sb. alive [coll.] [fig.] jdm. das Fell über die Ohren ziehen [ugs.] [fig.]
to fleck sprenkeln
to fleck betupfen
to fleck [hair, yarn] melieren
to fleck [with mud, etc.] bespritzen
to fledge flügge werden
to fledgedas geflügelte Adultstadium erreichen
to fledge [fig.] [of children, to grow up]erwachsen werden
to fledge sth.etw. befiedern
to fleeflüchten
to flee fliehen
to flee auf die Flucht gehen
to flee [from justice, control, threat, etc.]sich entziehen [der Strafverfolgung, Kontrolle, Bedrohung etc.]
to flee a country aus einem Land fliehen
to flee across the bordersüber die Grenzen fliehen
to flee from sb./sth. vor jdm./etw. fliehen
to flee from sb./sth. jdm./etw. enteilen [geh.] [vor jdm./etw. fliehen]
to flee in terror in panischer Angst fliehen
to flee like a hunted deerwie ein gejagtes Reh fliehen
to flee sb./sth. [run away from] vor jdm./etw. fliehen
to flee the scene of an accident [illegal action of a driver]Fahrerflucht begehen
to fleece übervorteilen
to fleece [coll.] neppen [ugs.]
to fleece [sheep etc.] scheren
to fleece sb. jdn. übervorteilen
to fleece sb. [coll.] jdn. ausbeuteln
to fleece sb. [coll.] jdn. ausnehmen [ugs.] [schröpfen]
to fleece sb. [coll.] [fig.]jdn. schröpfen [fig.]
to fleece sb. [coll.] [fig.]jdn. rupfen [ugs.]
to fleece sb. [coll.] [fig.] jdn. abzocken [ugs.]
to fleer [laugh derisively] hohnlachen [höhnisch lachen]
to flehm [rare] [flehmen]flehmen
to flense flensen [einen erlegten Wal zerlegen]
to flesh out ausarbeiten
to flesh out ausgestalten
to flesh outkonkretisieren
to flesh out erstellen
to flesh out [put weight on] zunehmen [an Gewicht]
to flesh sth. etw. abaasen [veraltet] [Gerberjargon] [die Haut auf der Fleischseite abschaben]
to flesh sth. [e.g. a hide]etw. [Akk.] ausfleischen [z. B. eine Tierhaut von Fleischresten befreien]
to flesh sth. [skins or hides]etw. aasen [veraltet] [Gerberjargon] [Felle oder Häute abschaben, vom Fleisch reinigen]
to fletch [arrow] befiedern
to flexbiegen
to flex a muscle einen Muskel anspannen
to flex one's muscles [idiom]seine Muskeln spielen lassen [Redewendung]
to flex sth.etw. beugen [Arme, Beine]
to flex sth. [contract or move by muscular control] [muscles, brows, etc.]etw. spielen lassen [Muskeln, Augenbrauen usw.]
to flex sth. [tyres / tires] etw. walken [Reifen]
to flexibilize flexibilisieren
to flickschnicken [regional: schnippen]
to flick / flip through sth. [text, book, newspaper, etc.] etw. überfliegen [Text]
to flick a knife openein Messer aufschnappen lassen
to flick a switcheinen Schalter umlegen
to flick a whipmit einer Peitsche schnalzen
to flick flies [horse etc.] Fliegen verscheuchen
to flick on [football]verlängern
to flick one's fingers mit den Fingern schnipsen
to flick one's fingersmit den Fingern schnippen
to flick overrüberschalten [ugs.]
to flick sth. etw. schnellen lassen
to flick sth. etw. schnipsen [schnippen]
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