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English-German translation for: Schwung
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German-English Dictionary: Schwung

Schwung {m}
impetus [momentum]
oomph [coll.]
pizazz [coll.]
zap [energy]
vim [coll.] [old-fashioned]
pizzazz [coll.]
élan [literary]
Schwung {m} [Elan]
spunk [coll.] [pep]
dash [brio]
Schwung {m} [fig.]
buoyancy [vivacity]
spice [fig.]
Schwung {m} [Linie]
sweep [arc, arch]
Schwung {m} [ugs.] [Haufen, Anzahl]
Schwung {m} [Elan, mitreißende Kraft]
zip [coll.] [energy, vigour]
Schwung {m} [ugs.]
ginger [coll.]
Schwung {m} [Golf]
swing [golf]sports
Schwung {m} [Elan, Energie]
get-up-and-go [coll.] [enthusiastic or energetic drive]
mit Schwung
with dash {adv}
with attitude {adv}
voller Schwung [nachgestellt]
full of zest {adj} {adv} [postpos.]
etw.Dat. Schwung geben [fig.]
to add spice to sth. [fig.]
Schwung holen
to get up momentum
to build up momentum
ein Schwung [+ Nom.] {m} [größere Menge, Anzahl, z. B. Zeitungen]
a pile of sth. [large quantity]
entscheidender Schwung {m}
vital momentum
Er hat Schwung.
He's full of go.
mit neuem Schwung
with renewed enthusiasm {adv}
an Schwung verlieren
to lose momentum
to run out of steam [coll.]
an Schwung verlieren [fig.] [ugs.]
to lose steam [fig.]
den Schwung verlieren
to run out of steam [coll.]
etw.Akk. in Schwung bringen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to get sth. going
to set sth. in motion [idiom]
etw.Akk. in Schwung setzen [Redewendung]
to set sth. in motion [idiom]
in Schwung bringen
to (apply) leverage
to ginger up [coll.]
in Schwung kommen
to liven up
to gain momentumidiom
to build momentumidiom
in Schwung kommen [fig.]
to gather momentumidiom
in Schwung kommen [fig.] [Party etc.]
to warm up [fig.] [party etc.]
in Schwung kommen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to come to life [idiom]
jdm. den Schwung nehmen [fig.]
to slow sb.'s momentum
jdn./etw. in Schwung bringen
to galvanise sb./sth. [Br.]
keinen Schwung haben [fig.]
to lack punch [fig.]
voller Schwung und Elan
full of vim and vigor
etw. (wieder) in Schwung bringen [fig.]
to jump-start sth. [fig.]
jdn. in Stimmung / Schwung bringen [fig.] [Publikum etc.]
to warm sb. up [fig.] [audience etc.]
jds. Kreislauf in Schwung bringen
to get sb.'s circulation going
neuen Schwung geben / verleihen
to give (a) new / fresh impetus to [fig.]
voll in Schwung sein
to be in full swing
Er bringt Schwung in die Sache.
He makes things hum.
Er hat keinen Schwung mehr.
He has no kick left.
wenn er erst einmal in Schwung ist
once he gets going
(so richtig) in Schwung / Fahrt kommen [Redewendung]
to get into one's stride [idiom]
den Laden in Schwung bringen [ugs.]
to get things going
die Firma in Schwung halten
to keep the company going
die Wirtschaft in Schwung bringen
to boost the economyecon.
nur langsam in Schwung kommen
to be a slow starter
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