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to flow by (sb./sth.) (an jdm./etw.) vorüberfließen [vorbeifließen]
to flow downhinabfließen
to flow down hinunterfließen
to flow (forth)hervorströmen
to flow from sth. [originate from] von etw. herrühren
to flow ineinfließen
to flow ineinmünden [Fluss]
to flow in all directions auseinander fließen [alt]
to flow in all directionsauseinanderfließen
to flow into münden in
to flow into each other / one another ineinander fließen [alt]
to flow into each other / one another ineinanderfließen
to flow into the markets in die Märkte fließen
to flow off abfließen
to flow off [water, electricity]abströmen [von Wasser, Elektrizität]
to flow oil Öl fördern
to flow on [continue flowing] weiterfließen
to flow out ausfließen
to flow out herausströmen
to flow pastvorbeifließen
to flow roundumfluten
to flow round sth. [of a river, water, etc.]etw. umfließen
to flow through sth.etw. [Akk.] durchfließen
to flow through sth. etw. [Akk.] durchströmen
to flow to zufließen
to flow together zusammenfließen
to flow toward / towardszuströmen auf [Fluss]
to flower blühen
to flower erblühen [geh.]
to flub sth. [Am.] [coll.] etw. [Akk.] verpfuschen [ugs.]
to flub sth. [Am.] [coll.]etw. [Akk.] verpatzen [ugs.]
to flub sth. [Am.] [coll.] etw. [Akk.] verkorksen [ugs.]
to flub sth. [Am.] [coll.] etw. [Akk.] vermasseln [ugs.]
to fluctuate fluktuieren
to fluctuate schwanken
to fluctuate between pendeln zwischen
to fluffaufplustern
to fluff [coll.] [entrance or line in a performance] vermasseln [ugs.]
to fluff [coll.] [on ones lines, in music] sich verhaspeln
to fluff [lines]verwanzen [österr.] [ugs.] [Theaterjargon]
to fluff one's lines [coll.] [idiom] den Faden verlieren [Redewendung]
to fluff sth. [coll.] [one's lines] etw. verpatzen [ugs.] [seinen Auftritt]
to fluff up [pillow, etc.]aufschütteln
to fluff up a pillow ein Kissen aufschlagen
to fluidify verflüssigen
to fluidise [Br.] fluidisieren
to fluidise [Br.] verflüssigen
to fluidize fluidisieren
to fluidize [Am.] verflüssigen
to flummox sb. [coll.]jdn. verblüffen
to flumpplumpsen [ugs.]
to flunk a test [coll.] eine Arbeit verhauen [Schule] [ugs.]
to flunk an exam [coll.] eine Prüfung vermasseln [ugs.]
to flunk an exam [coll.] durch eine Prüfung rasseln [ugs.]
to flunk an exam [coll.] eine Prüfung verhauen [ugs.]
to flunk an exam [esp. Am.] [coll.]durch eine Prüfung fliegen [ugs.]
to flunk an exam [esp. Am.] [coll.]durch eine Prüfung rauschen [ugs.]
to flunk math [esp. Am.] [coll.] in Mathe durchfallen [ugs.]
to flunk math [esp. Am.] [coll.] in Mathe durchrauschen [ugs.]
to flunk one's A levels [Br.] [coll.] durchs Abi rasseln [ugs.]
to flunk one's A-levels [Br.] [coll.]durchs Abi fliegen [ugs.]
to flunk out of college [esp. Am.] [coll.]vom College fliegen [ugs.] [wegen schlechter Noten]
to flunk out of school [esp. Am.] [coll.]von der Schule fliegen [ugs.] [wegen schlechter Leistung]
to flunk sb. [esp. Am.] [coll.] [to give a failing grade to sb.] jdn. durchfallen lassen
to flunk sb. out of college [esp. Am.] [coll.] jdn. vom College fliegen lassen [ugs.] [wegen schlechter Noten]
to flunk sth. [esp. Am.] [coll.] [an exam] bei etw. [Dat.] durchrasseln [ugs.] [einer Prüfung]
to flunk sth. [esp. Am.] [coll.] [an exam]in / bei etw. [Dat.] durchfliegen [ugs.] [einer Prüfung]
to flunk sth. [esp. Am.] [coll.] [an examination subject, e.g. biology]in etw. [Dat.] durchfliegen [ugs.] [einem Prüfungsfach, z. B. Biologie]
to flunk sth. [esp. Am.] [coll.] [e.g. biology, an exam]in etw. [Dat.] durchfallen [z. B. Biologie, einer Prüfung]
to flunk sth. [esp. Am.] [course] in etw. [Dat.] durchrauschen [ugs.] [Schul- oder Studienfach]
to flunk sth. [esp. Am.] [exam] bei etw. [Dat.] durchrauschen [ugs.] [Prüfung]
to fluorescefluoreszieren
to fluoresce glimmen
to fluoresce schillern
to fluoridate fluorieren
to fluoridate fluorisieren
to fluoridate fluoridieren
to fluoridatemit Fluor versetzen
to fluoridate sth.etw. mit Fluorid behandeln
to fluorinatefluorieren
to flush [blood etc.] strömen
to flush [blush deeply] erglühen [erröten]
to flush [blush] erröten [geh.] [vor Zorn, Scham, Erregung etc.]
to flush [blush] rot werden
to flush [burgeon]sprießen
to flush [empty] leeren
to flush [fly away](aufgeregt) auffliegen
to flush [irrigate] bewässern
to flush [polish] polieren
to flush [rinse] hinunterspülen
to flush [rinse]durchspülen
to flush [rinse] spülen
to flush [the toilet]abziehen
to flush [toilet]hinunterlassen [österr.] [Klo]
to flush awaywegspülen
to flush birdsVögel aufscheuchen
to flush downhinunterspülen
to flush downherunterspülen
to flush money into sth. Geld in jds./ etw. Kassen spülen
to flush outaufstöbern
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