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Dictionary English German: [oneself]

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English German
regally {adv} [say, carry oneself, walk, sit, etc.]
apart {adv} [separate, by oneself]für sich
to indulge [coll.] [allow oneself to enjoy a particular pleasure]
sündigen [zu viel trinken etc.]
to carry sth. [have with oneself]
etw. dabeihaben [ugs.]
to lure sb./sth. [towards oneself]
jdn./etw. herlocken
to act [conduct oneself]sich benehmen
to alienate sb. [make less friendly towards oneself]sichAkk. jdm. entfremden
to balance [oneself]sich ausbalancieren
to boast sth. [to pride oneself on]etw.Akk. vorweisen können
to carry sth. [have with oneself]etw.Akk. mit sichDat. führen
to commit [oneself]sich binden [fig.]
to commit [oneself] [pledge]sich verpflichten
to flash sb. [coll.] [to expose oneself to sb.] [exhibitionist]sichAkk. vor jdm. entblößen [exhibitionistisch]
to fuss [put oneself to some bother]sichDat. (viele) Umstände machen
to purchase sth. [for oneself]sichDat. etw. kaufen
to reform [oneself]sich bessern
to stir [move oneself]sichAkk. mucksen [ugs.] [sich rühren]
to stoop [humble oneself]sich erniedrigen
psych. to suicide [intentionally kill oneself]Suizid begehen
to summon sb. [towards oneself]jdn. zu sichDat. beordern
to take sth. [help oneself]sichDat. etw. nehmen
comm. to underwrite [bind oneself]sich (finanziell) verpflichten
to venture [to allow oneself]sichDat. erlauben
to wash [oneself]sichAkk. waschen
to withdraw [to retire, retreat or remove oneself]sichAkk. zurückziehen
to yield [let oneself be persuaded]sich erweichen lassen [fig.]
toilet [bowl; room; process of washing oneself, dressing, and attending to one's appearance]
Toilette {f} [Klosettbecken; Raum; geh.: das Sichankleiden bzw. Sichzurechtmachen]
conceit [excessive pride in oneself]
Einbildung {f} [Dünkel]
pol. psych. sociol. isolation [shutting oneself off]
Abgrenzung {f} [Isolation, Abkapselung]
satisfaction [with oneself]
Selbstgefälligkeit {f}
conceit [excessive pride in oneself]
Krattel {m} [regional, bes. schwäb.] [auch: Grattel, Graddel] [Dünkel]
[distancing oneself from one's own previous ideas, statements, works]Kindesweglegung {f} [fig.] [österr.] [Rückzug von früheren Idealen, Überzeugungen, Aussagen etc.]
shame [of oneself]Sichschämen {n} [auch: Sich-Schämen]
2 Words: Others
at peace {adv} [with oneself, the world, etc.]im Reinen [fig.] [mit sich, mit der Welt etc.]
high-lone {adv} [obs.] [also: highlone] [upright by oneself]selbstständig aufrecht
really clever {adj} [here iron. or pej.] [regarding oneself as clever]superschlau [Betonung ' - - - ] [ugs.] [iron. od. pej.] [sich für besonders schlau haltend]
without help {adv} [acting by itself or oneself]von allein [ugs.] [ohne fremde Hilfe]
without help {adv} [acting by itself or oneself]von alleine [ugs.] [ohne fremde Hilfe]
2 Words: Verbs
to batten oneself [fatten oneself]sichAkk. mästen
to be above sth. [think oneself too good for sth.]sichDat. für etw.Akk. zu schade sein
Unverified to become undeceived [coll.] [by oneself]sich von einer Täuschung befreien
to bunk (off) sth. [Br.] [sl.] [to absent oneself from sth.] [school, work]etw. schwänzen [ugs.] [Schule, Unterrichtsstunde, Arbeit]
to contract out [rid oneself of a conract]sich von einem Vertrag freimachen
Unverified to double back [on oneself]einen Haken schlagen
to expose oneself [to open oneself to criticism, etc.]sich exponieren [geh.]
to fit in [adapt (oneself)]sich anpassen
to follow through [coll.] [soil oneself when intending to flatulate]sichDat. in die Hose machen [ugs.] [in der Absicht zu flatulieren]
to get lost [coll.] [to absent oneself]Leine ziehen [ugs.] [sich davonmachen]
to go about sth. [coll.] [tackle, involve oneself in]etw. angehen
to go for sth./sb. [coll.] [to indulge oneself eagerly in]sich über etw./jdn. hermachen [gierig, z. B. über das Essen]
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