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EnglishGerman
to furrow one's browdie Stirn runzeln
to furrow one's browdie Stirn in Falten legen
to furrow sth. [also fig.]etw. [Akk.] zerpflügen [auch fig.] [zerfurchen]
to furthervoranbringen
to furtherweiterbringen
to further advanceweiter vorrücken
to further one's career seine Karriere fördern
to further sth. [interests, cause]etw. fördern
to fusedurchbrennen
to fusefusionieren
to fuseschmelzen
to fusesichern
to fusevereinigen
to fuseverschmelzen
to fuseverquicken
to fuseabsichern
to fuse [Br.] abschmelzen
to fuse [Br.]aufschmelzen
to fuse sth. [weld]etw. verschweißen
to fussnervös werden [sich unnötig aufregen]
to fuss [complain, moan] jammern
to fuss [get upset unnecessarily] sich unnötig aufregen
to fuss [need a lot of pressing] sich zieren [Umstände machen]
to fuss [pester]keine Ruhe lassen
to fuss [put oneself to some bother] sich [Dat.] (viele) Umstände machen
to fuss about sb. an jdm. herummachen [ugs.]
to fuss over sb./sth.viel Wirbel machen um jdn./etw.
to fuss sb. jdm. auf die Nerven gehen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to fuss sb. [dated] [continuously disturb] jdn. nicht in Ruhe lassen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to fuss with sth.mit etw. hektisch beschäftigt sein
to fustigate prügeln
to future-proof sth. etw. [Akk.] zukunftssicher machen
to futz (around) [Am.] [sl.]herumalbern [ugs.]
to fuze [Am.]abschmelzen
to fuze [Am.] aufschmelzen
to fuzzfusseln
to fuzzify sth.etw. fuzzifizieren
to gab [coll.]plappern [ugs.]
to gab [coll.]quatschen [ugs.]
to gab [coll.]quasseln [ugs.]
to gab [coll.]tratschen [ugs.] [quatschen, quasseln]
to gabbleschnattern
to gabble schwatzen
to gabble quatschen [ugs.]
to gabbleschwätzen
to gabble plappern [ugs.]
to gabblebrabbeln [ugs.]
to gabble away [geese, people] drauflosschnattern [ugs.]
to gabble on reden und reden
to gabble onquasseln und quasseln [ugs.]
to gad about [coll.] sich herumtreiben [ugs.] [oft pej.]
to gad about [coll.] umherziehen [um sich zu amüsieren]
to gad about [coll.]sich umhertreiben [sich herumtreiben] [pej.]
to gaff einen Fisch an Bord / Land ziehen [mit einem Gaff / Landungshaken]
to gag [retch] würgen [Brechreiz haben]
to gag [tell jokes] Witze reißen [ugs.]
to gag on sth.an etw. [Dat.] würgen
to gag sb.jdn. knebeln
to gag sb. jdn. mundtot machen
to gag sb. [fig.] jdn. zum Schweigen bringen [fig.]
to gag the pressdie Presse knebeln
to gag the pressdie Presse mundtot machen
to gage [Am.] eichen
to gage [Am.] kalibrieren
to gage [Am.]ermessen [abschätzen]
to gage sth. [Am.]etw. beurteilen
to gaggle schnattern
to gain erlangen
to gainbekommen
to gainerhalten [erreichen, erlangen]
to gain erreichen
to gainverstärken
to gain zugewinnen [selten] [hinzugewinnen]
to gain Gewinn machen
to gain [esp. weight] zunehmen
to gain [purchase, acquire] erwerben
to gain [win, achieve] erringen
to gain / obtain one's doctoratepromovieren [die Doktorwürde erlangen]
to gain 5 pointssich um 5 Punkte verbessern
to gain a competitive advantage over sb. gegenüber jdm. einen Wettbewerbsvorteil erlangen
to gain a footholdFuß fassen
to gain a foothold einen Fuß in die Tür bekommen
to gain a foothold [also fig.] (festen) Fuß fassen [auch fig.]
to gain a fortune ein Vermögen erwerben
to gain a good reputationeinen guten Ruf erwerben
to gain a lead over sb.einen Vorsprung vor jdm. gewinnen
to gain a living seinen Lebensunterhalt verdienen
to gain a personal impression [of each other]einen persönlichen Eindruck gewinnen [voneinander]
to gain a prize einen Preis gewinnen
to gain a reputationeinen Ruf gewinnen
to gain a reward eine Belohnung erhalten
to gain a victoryeinen Sieg davontragen
to gain a victoryeinen Sieg erringen
to gain acceptance sich durchsetzen [Akzeptanz erlangen]
to gain accesseingelassen werden
to gain accessZugang erhalten
to gain accesszugelassen werden
to gain accessZutritt erlangen
to gain accesssich [Dat.] Zugang verschaffen [Zutritt erhalten]
to gain access to the housesich [Dat.] Zutritt zum Haus verschaffen
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