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English-German translation for: ergreifen
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German-English Dictionary: ergreifen

to seize
to take
to capture
to grab
to clutch
to catch
to usurp
to grip
to take hold of
to clap hold of
to catch hold of
etw.Akk. ergreifen
to grasp sth.
etw. ergreifen [Gelegenheit]
to embrace sth. [an opportunity]
jdn./etw. ergreifen
to snatch sb./sth.
to grab hold of sb./sth.
to take hold of sb./sth.
jdn. ergreifen [einen Täter, Verdächtigen]
to apprehend sb. [take sb. into custody]
jdn. ergreifen
to seize sb.
to catch hold of sb.
etw. ergreifen
to gripe sth. [archaic] [grasp tightly, clutch]
jdn. ergreifen [emotional]
to move sb.
Ergreifen {n}
Antidiskriminierungsmaßnahmen ergreifen
to take affirmative action [Am.]admin.law
gierig ergreifen
to grasp eagerly
jds. Hand ergreifen
to snap sb.'s hand
to seize sb.'s hand
to clasp sb.'s hand
jds. Partei ergreifen
to take sb.'s part
to take sb.'s side
to come in on sb.'s side
Maßnahmen ergreifen
to take steps
to take action
to take measures
to adopt measures
Partei ergreifen
to take sides
to adopt party
Repressalien ergreifen
to take reprisals
Schutzmaßnahmen ergreifen
to adopt protective measures
to take conservation measuresbiol.ecol.
to adopt conservation measuresbiol.ecol.
Sofortmaßnahmen ergreifen
to take immediate action
Sparmaßnahmen ergreifen
to make economies
Vorsichtsmaßnahmen ergreifen
to take precautions
wieder ergreifen
to reseize
Zwangsmaßnahmen ergreifen
to take coercive action
(gegen jdn.) Disziplinarmaßnahmen ergreifen [auch: treffen]
to take disciplinary action (against sb.)
andere Maßnahmen ergreifen
to take other steps
to adopt other means
to adopt other measures
to take the matter further
das Hasenpanier ergreifen [ugs.] [fliehen] [Redewendung]
to take to one's heels [idiom]
das Wort ergreifen [Redewendung]
to rise to speak
to begin to speak
to take the floor [idiom] [speak in a debate or assembly]
die Chance ergreifen
to jump at the chance
die Flucht ergreifen
to take flight
to (turn tail and) flee
to opt for flight [literary]
die Flucht ergreifen [zu Fuß]
to run away
to take to one's heels [idiom]
die Gelegenheit ergreifen
to grab the chance
to jump at the chance
to seize the occasion
to take the opportunity
to embrace the opportunity
die Gelegenheit ergreifen [Redewendung]
to jump at the opportunity [idiom]
die Initiative ergreifen
to be proactive
to take the initiative
to grasp the nettle [Br.]idiom
die Macht ergreifen
to take over [government, power]
to seize powerpol.
to assume powerpol.
drastische Maßnahmen ergreifen
to take drastic action
to adopt drastic measures
eine Gelegenheit ergreifen
to snap a chance
to take an opportunity
to seize an opportunity
to grasp an opportunity
to leap at an opportunity
to snatch at an opportunity
to grasp at an opportunityidiom
eine Möglichkeit ergreifen
to embrace an opportunity
einen Ast ergreifen
to clutch a branch
einen Beruf ergreifen
to take up a profession
einen Stecken ergreifen
to seize a stick
für jdn. Partei ergreifen
to side with sb.
to take sb.'s part
to go to bat for sb. [Am.]
to take up the cudgels for sb.
geeignete Maßnahmen ergreifen
to take appropriate measures
Gegenmaßnahmen ergreifen (gegen)
to take steps (against)
gerichtliche Maßnahmen ergreifen
to take legal measureslaw
innerbetriebliche Maßnahmen ergreifen
to take internal measures
Partei ergreifen für
to espouse [cause, views]
prophylaktische Maßnahmen ergreifen
to take prophylactic measuresmed.
schärfere Maßnahmen ergreifen
to tighten up [introduce a stricter regime]
strenge Maßnahmen ergreifen
to adopt rigorous measures
von etw.Dat. Besitz ergreifen
to appropriate sth. [take possession of]
von etw. Besitz ergreifen
to take sth. over
to possess oneself of sth.
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