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to follow up on sth.bei etw. nachhaken [ugs.]
to follow up one's words with action / actions / deedsseinen Worten Taten folgen lassen
to follow up sth.etw. [Akk.] verfolgen
to follow up sth. [track development, results etc.]etw. [Akk.] nachverfolgen
to foment bähen
to foment mit feuchten Umschlägen behandeln
to fomentschüren
to fomentanfachen [fig.]
to foment aufhetzen [fig.]
to foment [unrest] aufwiegeln
to foment sth. [to instigate or foster trouble or discord] etw. erregen [unerwünschte oder gewalttätige Stimmungen oder Aktionen]
to foment trouble Unruhe entfachen
to fondle hätscheln
to fondle liebkosen
to fondle streicheln
to fondlekraulen
to fondle one's balls [vulg.] sich [Dat.] die Eier kraulen [derb]
to fondle sb.jdn. schmusen [ugs.]
to fondle sb.zärtlich zu jdm. sein [selten]
to fondle sb. [touch in a sexual way] jdn. begrapschen [ugs.] [pej.]
to fondle sb./sth. jdn./etw. befummeln [ugs.] [bes. unerlaubt]
to fondly hope to get sth.sich [Dat.] etw. erhoffen
to fool [trick]betrügen
to fool about albern
to fool aboutherumalbern [ugs.]
to fool about Klamauk machen / treiben
to fool about [Br.] Faxen machen [ugs.]
to fool about / around kalbern [ugs.] [seltener] [herumalbern]
to fool aroundQuatsch machen [ugs.]
to fool around herumalbern [ugs.]
to fool aroundblödeln
to fool around herumblödeln [ugs.]
to fool around [play the fool, be silly]dalbern [nordd.] [veraltend]
to fool around [verbally]Schmäh führen [österr.] [blödeln]
to fool around with sb. [coll: to have sex with sb.]es mit jdm. treiben [ugs.] [mit jdm. Sex haben]
to fool around with sb. [coll.] [to have sex with sb.] mit jdm. rummachen [ugs.]
to fool awayvertun
to fool away [obs.] [squander] vertändeln [veraltend]
to fool away one's money sein Geld vergeuden
to fool away sth.etw. [Akk.] verplempern [ugs.]
to fool oneselfsich [Dat.] (selbst) etwas vormachen [ugs.] [sich selbst täuschen]
to fool oneself sich selbst verarschen [ugs.]
to fool sb.jdn. beschwindeln
to fool sb. jdn. hereinlegen [ugs.]
to fool sb.jdn. täuschen
to fool sb. jdn. austricksen [ugs.]
to fool sb. jdn. zum Narren halten [Redewendung]
to fool sb. jdm. ein Schnippchen schlagen [ugs.]
to fool sb. jdn. äffen [geh.] [irreführen, täuschen]
to fool sb.jdn. papierln [österr.] [ugs.] [zum Narren halten]
to fool sb. jdn. irreführen
to fool sb. jdn. narren [geh.]
to fool sb. out of his money jdn. um sein Geld betrügen
to foot it [coll.] [to walk] tippeln [ugs.]
to foot it [dance] tanzen
to foot it [march]marschieren
to foot the bill die Rechnung bezahlen
to foot the bill [also fig.]die (ganze) Zeche bezahlen [auch fig.]
to foot the bill [coll.] [only for food and drinks] die Zeche zahlen [auch: die Zeche bezahlen]
to foot the bill [fig.] die Zeche zahlen [auch: die Zeche bezahlen] [fig.]
to foot the expense die Kosten auslegen
to footer sb. [Scot.] jdn. daran hindern, etw. zu tun
to footletöricht reden
to footpad about [rare] rumräubern
to footslog [coll.] marschieren
to foot-tread grapesTrauben mit den Füßen stampfen
to foozle [sl.] verhunzen [ugs.]
to foozle [sl.] vermasseln [ugs.]
to foozle sth. [coll.] etw. verpfuschen [ugs.] [vermasseln, vermurksen]
to foragehamstern
to forage nach Futter suchen
to forage fouragieren [veraltet]
to foragefuragieren [veraltet]
to forage nach Nahrung suchen
to forage [plunder] plündern
to forage [raid] [fig.] überfallen
to forage for sth. [rummage] nach etw. [Dat.] stöbern
to foray plündern
to forbear dulden [ertragen]
to forbearNachsicht üben
to forbearunterlassen
to forbear from doing sth. [formal] [to refrain] darauf verzichten, etw. zu tun
to forbear to do sth.darauf verzichten, etw. zu tun
to forbear with sb. [archaic] [literary] jdn. nachsichtig behandeln
to forbidverbieten
to forbid nicht erlauben [verbieten]
to forbid sb. sth. jdm. etw. [Akk.] untersagen
to forbid sb. sth. jdm. etw. [Akk.] verwehren [verbieten]
to forbid sb. to enter the house jdm. Hausverbot erteilen
to forbid sb. to speak jdm. den Mund verbieten [Redewendung]
to forbid sth. [prevent] etw. verhindern [nicht erlauben]
to forbid the bannsEinspruch gegen die Eheschließung erheben
to forceerzwingen
to forceforcieren
to force zwingen
to forceKraft ausüben
to force aufzwingen
to force treiben [ziehen, heranziehen]
to force a car off the road ein Auto von der Straße abdrängen
to force a deciding matchein Entscheidungsspiel erzwingen
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