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to flog (off) [Br.] [coll.]verticken [ugs.]
to flog (off) [Br.] [coll.] [sell]verscherbeln [ugs.] [verkaufen]
to flog oneself to death [coll.] [fig.]sich abrackern [ugs.] [sich abarbeiten]
to flog sb. jdn. prügeln [mit Gegenstand] [durchprügeln, verprügeln]
to flog sb./sth.jdn./etw. schlagen [mit Stock, Peitsche etc.]
to flog sth. [Br.] [coll.]etw. verscheuern [ugs.] [verkaufen]
to flog sth. [Br.] [coll.]etw. [Akk.] verhökern [ugs.]
to flog sth. [Br.] [coll.]etw. [Akk.] versilbern [ugs.] [fig.] [zu Geld machen]
to flog sth. [Br.] [coll.] etw. [Akk.] vermauscheln [regional] [unter dem Wert verkaufen]
to flog sth. [Br.] [coll.] [esp. vigorously]etw. [Akk.] verkitschen [regional] [ugs.] [(billig) verkaufen]
to flog sth. [Br.] [coll.] [sell cheaply]etw. verquanten [schweiz.] [verramschen]
to flog sth. [Br.] [coll.] [sell off] etw. [Akk.] losschlagen [ugs.] [billig verkaufen]
to flog sth. [Br.] [coll.] [sell off]etw. [Akk.] verramschen [ugs.]
to flog sth. [Br.] [sl.] [to sell sth.] etw. [Akk.] verkümmeln [ugs.] [etw. zu Geld machen]
to flog sth. to death [coll.]etw. totreden [ugs.]
to flog sth. to death [coll.] etw. totreiten [fig.] [ugs.]
to flog sth. to death [coll.] etw. breittreten [ugs.] [etw. bis zum Überdruss erörtern]
to flood überströmen [überfluten]
to flood [engine]absaufen [ugs.] [Motor]
to flood [to become inundated]überflutet werden
to flood [to become submerged] überschwemmt werden
to flood back [e.g. memories] wieder wach werden [z. B. Erinnerungen]
to flood in [people, sunshine, etc.]hineinströmen [Leute, Sonnenschein etc.]
to flood in [people, sunshine, etc.] [toward the observer]hereinströmen [Leute, Sonnenschein etc.]
to flood sb. with sth. [fig.] [with calls, questions, complaints, etc.]jdn. mit etw. [Dat.] überhäufen [fig.] [mit Anrufen, Fragen, Beschwerden etc.]
to flood sth. etw. [Akk.] fluten
to flood sth.etw. [Akk.] überspülen [unter Wasser setzen]
to flood sth.etw. unter Wasser setzen
to flood sth. [inundate]etw. [Akk.] überfluten
to flood sth. [inundate] [also fig.] etw. [Akk.] überschwemmen [auch fig.]
to flood the market den Markt überfluten
to flood the market with sth. den Markt mit etw. überschwemmen
to flood (the) tanks [submarine] fluten [U-Boot]
to flood through sb. [hope, peace, etc.] jdn. durchströmen [Hoffnung, Friede etc.]
to floodlight ausleuchten [Bühne]
to floodlight anstrahlen
to floodlight mit Flutlicht beleuchten
to floor a house ein Haus mit einem Fußboden versehen
to floor it [coll.]aufs Gas drücken [ugs.]
to floor it [coll.] Vollgas geben
to floor one's car [coll.]auf die Tube drücken [ugs.]
to floor one's car [coll.] Vollgas geben [ugs.]
to floor sb. jdn. legen
to floor sb.jdn. zu Boden strecken
to floor sb. [coll.]jdn. niederschlagen
to floor sb. [coll.] jdn. niederhauen [ugs.]
to floor sb. [coll.] [knock to the ground] jdn. umlegen [ugs.] [niederschlagen, zu Boden werfen]
to floor sb. [confound]jdn. überfordern
to floor sb. [defeat] jdn. schaffen [ugs.] [fertig machen]
to floor sb. [fig.]jdn. verblüffen
to floor sb. [knock down] jdn. umhauen [ugs.] [niederwerfen]
to floor sb. [leave speechless] [idiom] jdm. die Sprache verschlagen [Redewendung]
to floor the accelerator [Br.] das Gaspedal ganz durchtreten
to floor the accelerator [Br.]Vollgas geben
to floor the gas pedal [Am.]das Gaspedal (bis zum Anschlag) durchtreten
to floor the house [coll.] [fig.] das Publikum im Sturm nehmen [fig.]
to flop hinplumpsen
to flopplumpsen [ugs.]
to flop [Am.] [coll.] [hair etc.]flattern
to flop [Am.] [sl.] untätig herumhängen
to flop [coll.] [fail totally] floppen [ugs.] [völlig misslingen]
to flop [fail]versagen
to flop at the box officefloppen [ugs.]
to flop downsich mit einem Plumps niederlassen
to flop down [coll.] sich hinlümmeln [ugs.]
to flop into the armchair [coll.]sich in den Sessel fläzen [ugs.]
to flop oneself [in sth.] sich plumpsen lassen [in etw.] [ugs.]
to flop oneself [in sth.] sich fallen lassen [in etw.]
to floss Zahnseide benutzen
to floss sich [Dat.] die Zähne mit Zahnseide reinigen
to floss fädeln
to flouncezappeln
to flouncesich [Akk.] herumwerfen [zappeln, winden]
to flounce stolzieren
to flounce around herumspringen
to flounce around herumstolzieren [ugs.]
to flounce in hereinstolzieren
to flounce off davonstürzen
to flounce out herausstolzieren
to flounce out of the roomaus einem Zimmer stürmen
to flounce sth. etw. mit Volants besetzen
to flounce sth. etw. mit Rüschen besetzen
to flounce sth. [blouse] etw. mit Rüschen verzieren
to flounder nicht weiterwissen
to floundersich abquälen
to flounder sich verhaspeln
to flounder stolpern
to flounder strampeln
to floundertaumeln
to flounder verpfuschen [ugs.]
to floundersich abmühen
to floundersich abstrampeln
to flounderzappeln [sich abzappeln]
to flour sth. etw. [Akk.] mehlieren [in Mehl wenden, mit Mehl umhüllen]
to flour sth.etw. [Akk.] farinieren [bemehlen]
to flour sth. etw. [Akk.] mit Mehl bestäuben
to flour sth.etw. [Akk.] mehlen [ugs.]
to flour sth. [cover with flour]etw. [Akk.] bemehlen
to flour-bomb sb.jdn. mit einer Mehlbombe attackieren
to flour-bomb sb.jdn. mit einer Mehlbombe bewerfen
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