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to fractionise [Br.] in Teile trennen
to fractionize in Teile trennen
to fracture brechen
to fracture one's skullsich [Dat.] den Schädel brechen
to frag [Am.] [Army sl.] [to kill, wound, or assault (esp. an unpopular superior) with a fragmentation grenade][Am. Armeejargon: einen ungeliebten Vorgesetzten oder eine sonstige Person mit einer Splittergranate töten, verwunden oder angreifen]
to frag [sl.] fraggen [ugs.] [virtuell umbringen]
to fragment fragmentieren
to fragment [fall to pieces] in Bruchstücke zerfallen
to fragment [fall to pieces] zerfallen
to fragmentizefragmentieren
to frain [Scot.] [archaic] [ask]fragen
to frame [develop]sich bilden [entstehen, entwickeln]
to frame a rule eine Regel aufstellen
to frame an answereine Antwort formulieren
to frame an issueeine Sache darstellen
to frame sb. [coll.] jdn. hereinlegen [ugs.] [einem Unschuldigen etwas anhängen]
to frame sb. [coll.] [incriminate unjustly] jdn. verleumden [jdm. etw. in die Schuhe schieben]
to frame sb. [coll.] [with false evidence]jdn. reinlegen [ugs.] [einem Unschuldigen etw. in die Schuhe schieben]
to frame sb. for sth. [coll.] [incriminate through the use of false evidence, information, etc.] jdm. etw. in die Schuhe schieben [Redewendung] [Verbrechen usw.]
to frame sb. for sth. [coll.] [incriminate unjustly] jdm. etw. anhängen [ugs.]
to frame sth.etw. einrahmen
to frame sth. [phrase] etw. formulieren
to frame sth. [picture] etw. rahmen
to frame sth. [put together, piece together]etw. [Akk.] zusammensetzen
to frame sth. [sentence, words]etw. bilden [Satz, Worte]
to frame sth. [shape, fashion]etw. [Akk.] gestalten [formen, bilden]
to frame sth. [sl.] [contrive a dishonest outcome of a race etc.]etw. manipulieren [Wettkampf, Pferderennen etc.]
to frample [Br.] [regional] mit dem Huf / den Hufen scharren
to franchise konzessionieren
to frank freimachen [Postsendung, mit Freistempel]
to frankstempeln [Briefmarke]
to frank [letter, parcel] frankieren [Brief, Paket]
to frantically search for sth. fieberhaft nach etw. [Dat.] suchen
to frap zurren
to frap beiholen
to frape sb. [sl.]jds. Facebook-Profil manipulieren
to fratch [N. Engl.] streiten
to fraternise [Br.] fraternisieren
to fraternise [Br.] sich [Akk.] verbrüdern
to fraternise with sb. [Br.] [associate in a friendly way] sich [Akk.] mit jdm. verhabern [österr.] [anfreunden]
to fraternizefraternisieren
to fraternizesich [Akk.] verbrüdern
to fraternize with sb. sich mit jdm. verbrüdern
to fraternize with sb. sich [Akk.] mit jdm. verhabern [österr.] [pej.]
to frayausfasern
to fray ausfransen
to frayabnutzen
to frayzerfransen
to frayzerfasern
to fray [archaic]vertreiben
to fray [archaic] [frighten] Angst einjagen
to fray outzerfasern
to fray out durchscheuern
to frazzle zerfetzen
to frazzle ausfransen
to frazzle durchscheuern
to frazzle sb. out [coll.]jdn. fix und fertig machen
to freak [coll.]ausrasten
to freak out [coll.]auszucken [österr.] [ugs.]
to freak out [coll.]ausflippen [ugs.]
to freak out [coll.]durchdrehen [ugs.] [wahnsinnig werden]
to freak out [coll.]ausrasten [ugs.] [die Nerven verlieren]
to freak out over sth. [coll.] bei etw. [Dat.] ausflippen [ugs.]
to freak sb. out [coll.]jdn. zum Ausflippen bringen [ugs.]
to freak sb. out [coll.]jdn. wahnsinnig machen [ugs.]
to freak sb. out [coll.] jdn. ausflippen lassen [ugs.]
to freckleSommersprossen ausbilden
to freckleSommersprossen bekommen
to free of / from bureaucracy entbürokratisieren
to free of debts entschulden
to free oneselfsich lösen
to free oneself from an unwanted embracesich aus einer Umklammerung lösen / befreien
to free oneself from sth. sich von etw. [Dat.] freimachen
to free oneself from sth. [fear etc.]sich etw. [Gen.] entschlagen [veraltet] [sich freimachen von etw.]
to free oneself from the fetters of sth. sich von den Fesseln des / der ... befreien
to free oneself (of / from sth.) sich [Akk.] (von etw. [Dat.]) befreien
to free sb. from a spell jdn. entzaubern [von einem Bann befreien]
to free sb. from his / her inhibitions jdn. enthemmen
to free sb./sth.jdn./etw. befreien
to free sb./sth. jdn./etw. frei machen
to free sb./sth.jdn./etw. freigeben
to free sb./sth. jdn./etw. freimachen
to free sb./sth. from sb./sth.jdn./etw. von jdm./etw. befreien
to free sb./sth. of sb./sth.jdn./etw. von jdm./etw. befreien
to free sth. from taboos etw. [Akk.] enttabuisieren
to free sth. of constraintsetw. [Akk.] liberalisieren
to free upfreimachen [Speicherplatz]
to free up space Freiraum schaffen
to free up sth. [money, resources]etw. verfügbar machen
to freeball [coll.]keine Unterwäsche tragen [bes. Männer]
to freebuff [coll.] [usually applied to women] keine Unterwäsche tragen [meist bei Frauen]
to free-climbfrei klettern
to freecyclefreecyceln [ugs.] [Gebrauchtwaren kostenlos tauschen]
to free-lancefreiberuflich tätig sein
to freelance freiberuflich arbeiten
to freeload [coll.] schmarotzen
to freeload [coll.] [pej.]schnorren [ugs.]
to freely admit sth. etw. [Akk.] freimütig zugeben
to freely admit sth.etw. [Akk.] offen zugeben
to freewheel im Freilauf fahren
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