add special character:

RSS Feed Weitere Funktionen
Die Neuesten Ergänzendes Wissen Phrasen für die Homepage

put - Deutsche PhrasenPut - Deutsche Redewendungen

Auch eine kaputte Uhr geht zweimal am Tag richtig auf den Putz hauen Aufputschmittel, das Bestellungen können über Computer gemacht werden Computer enthalten Cadmium und Bromverbindungen, die, sofern nicht fachgerecht entsorgt, in Boden und Grundwas... Computer-Hacker, der Computerfreak, der computergestützte Telefonie computergestütztes Fernstudium Das ist ein üppig ausgestatteter Computer Das kannst du deiner Putzfrau erzählen den Computer starten Die Überprüfung der Identität eines Reisenden geschieht computergestützt über RFID-Ch... Die Kaffeemaschine ist kaputt Die von uns bestellten 100 Computer wurden während des Transports gestohlen. durch Computer verbunden Ein Handy oder ein Computer müssen nicht schön sein, sie sollen funktionieren einen großen Frühjahrsputz machen einen Putzfimmel haben Er ist doch gehirnamputiert Er kennt sich mit Computern aus etwas kaputt machen ganz kaputt gehen gehirnamputiert sein herausgeputzt herausgeputzt sein Ich bin zu kaputt Ich habe ein Computerproblem. Bin ich hier richtig? Ich habe ein kaputtes Bein jemanden abknallen/etwas kaputtmachen jemanden herunterputzen jemanden herunterputzen/etwas verreißen jemanden runterputzen jemanden/etwas gehörig runterputzen kaputt kaputt gehen kaputt sein kaputt/kaputt gehen kaputtgehen kaputtmachen Klinken putzen Klinkenputzer, Hausierer Lach mich kaputt! Man soll nicht reparieren, was nicht kaputt ist Putz dir die Nase! Putzen Sie Ihre Schuhe Putzfrau Putzorgie, die Schließen Sie den Drucker an den Computer an Schuhputzmittel sich aufputschen sich die Nase putzen sich die Schuhe putzen sich fein herausputzen sich geistig aufputschen sich herausputzen sich kaputtlachen sich rausputzen Sie hat ihn runtergeputzt/fertiggemacht völlig kaputt sein verputzen Was nicht kaputt ist, muss man auch nicht reparieren wegputzen Wir möchten bei Ihnen gern eine Bestellung über 200 MCF Computer aufgeben.

64 deutsche Redewendungen gefunden

put - Englische PhrasenPut - Englische Redewendungen

a good reputation A mobile phone or a personal computer need not look good, they are supposed to function a put-up job any business dispute applied computer science as a matter of form we put on record ... As John Irving puts it by his reputation for honesty Can you put me up? computer engineering computer nerd Computer Telephony Integration Computers contain cadmium and bromine compounds, which, if they are not properly disposed of, can seep into th... computing faculty Connect the printer to the computer Could you put me through to Mr Mrs X, please Could you put me through to someone who speaks English, please Don’t put all your eggs in one basket Don’t put the blame on me Don’t put the cart before the horse Don’t put the saddle on the wrong horse! Don’t put your head in the lion’s mouth! Don’t put yourself out on my account For me it’s always very difficult to put an abstract painting into words Government expenditures now make up nearly half of the total economic output Have you put on some water? He always puts me to shame [in the shade] He enjoys an excellent reputation He is paid according to output He knows a thing or two about computers He put a spoke in my wheel He put his best foot forward He put his heart and soul in it He put his oar in He put his own interest first He put it straight He put it well when he said ... he put me in the picture He put me off He put on a scarf and told the girls to do likewise He put the whole plan in a nutshell He puts a good face on the matter He puts lipstick on the pig He won’t be put off He’s putty in his wife’s hands Her reputation is tarnished His reputation is tattered/tarnished house of ill repute How shall I put it? I am tired of being put off I can’t put my finger on it I can’t put my hands on it I can’t put my hands on the book at the moment I can’t yet put weight on the injured leg I have a computer problem. Is this the right place to ask for help? I have/put no trust in his words I put all my eggs in one basket I put my shirt on that man I put my shoulder to the wheel I really put my foot in it! I was afraid he would put his foot in it I won’t put up with it I won’t put up with your bad behavior I won’t put up with your bad behavior! I won’t put up with that I won’t put up with that! I wouldn’t put it past him I wouldn’t put it past him/her! I wouldn’t put it past you I’m quite put out about the matter If he doesn’t repay the money voluntarily, I shall have to put the screws on him It is just putting them off until Doomsday It is just putting us off until Doomsday It was a put-up affair it’s being put to the test It’s good to finally put a face to the name It’s quite difficult to put atmosphere and lighting effects into words It’s time to put on the nosebag! kaput Let me put it this way, ... Let’s put it this way ... linked by computer loss of reputation My daughter would scream/cry blue / bloody [Am.] murder if you tried to put her to bed Never put off till tomorrow what you can do today Never put off until tomorrow what you can do today No input, no output No sooner had I put the phone down than it rang again Now I’m finally putting the finishing touches to it Now stay put! Old-age pensioners refuse to be put on the shelf One can survive everything nowadays, except death, and live down anything except a good reputation. Orders may be placed by computer Our consignment of 100 computers was stolen in transit. Please don’t put ideas into his head Please put it on/charge it to my account Put a cork in it! Put a sock in it! Put another nail in there, that will do the trick put his heart and soul in it Put it away! Put me through to Mr Miller Put mind in gear before opening mouth! Put not thy hand between the bark and the tree! put someone in the picture Put something by for a rainy day Put that in your pipe and smoke it put the cart before the donkey put the cat among the pigeons put to the proof put to the test Put up evidence or shut up! Put up or shut up! Put your hand on your heart! Put your mind at rest! Put your money where your mouth is put your name here Put yourself in my place put-down put-on Self-sacrifice is a thing that should be put down by law. It is so demoralising to the people for whom one sac... She enjoys a good reputation She has not a rag to put on She is a woman of ill repute She put a spoke in my wheel She put up a big front She puts on her thinking-cap She puts on weight easily shot-put shotput Stay put! That is a lavishly equipped computer That puts another complexion on the matter That puts another complexion on things/the matter That puts the lid on! That will put lead in your pencil That’s one way of putting it That’s putting it mildly The bank robber put/held a gun to her head and told the cashier to hand over the money The boss is rather irritable today. Be careful not to put his back up The government has promised to put a ring fence around funding for education The neighbours cannot be expected to put up with this noise The passport holder’s identity is authenticated via a computerised process based on a RFID chip The questions put to him were searching, he had his back to the wall The troops in the vicinity were put on alert They have arms which can put teeth into their neutrality They still put their trousers [Br.] / pants [Am.] on one leg at a time This book is unputdownable This Hamburg band is currently in the process of putting material together for their next CD to achieve a good reputation to be better than all the others put together to be hard put to do something to be put back a class to be put off to be put on the shelf to be put out to be put through the mill to bring/place/put on the market to enjoy a good reputation to feed something into the computer to have a reputation for to have to put it to someone to have/put one’s faith in someone/something to keep/put by/save up something for a rainy day to lay/put one’s cards on the table to live on one’s reputation to never put a foot wrong to not be able to put down a book to not be able to put one’s finger on it to not be able to put someone out of one’s mind to pick up a reputation to place/put/set someone on a pedestal to put a bit of slice on the ball to put a bridle on one’s tongue to put a bug in someone’s ear to put a damper on something to put a false construction on someone’s words to put a foot in it to put a good face on a matter/on things To put a hat on a hen to put a hex on someone to put a jerk in it to put a jinx on someone to put a leash on a dog to put a lot into something to put a lot of effort/time into something to put a new/different spin on something to put a pen to paper to put a preservation order on to put a price on someone’s head to put a question mark against to put a ship into commission To put a spoke in someone’s wheel to put a spoke in someone’s wheel to put a stop to somebody’s game to put a stop to something to put a strain on something to put a tail on someone to put a wrong complexion on something to put about to put across to put all one’s eggs in one basket to put an end to something to put an idea in somebody’s head to put another log on the fire to put bums on seats to put by to put clean sheets on the bed to put confidence in someone to put down an animal to put down the phone to put emphasis on To put false colors upon someone to put food/drink away to put heart and soul into it to put ideas into somebody’s head to put ideas into someone’s head to put in a few hours’ work to put in a good day’s work to put in a good word for to put in a plea of not guilty to put in a plug for someone/something to put in an appearance to put in one’s two cents to put in one’s two pennies worth To put in one’s two cents worth to put in time to put in train To put into cold storage to put into cold storage to put into lead to put into operation to put into practice to put into words to put it bluntly to put it briefly to put it in a nutshell to put it mildly to put it on to put it on the bill to put it simply to put it to someone to put lipstick on to put lipstick on the pig to put money aside to put money before someone’s happiness to put money into something to put money on a horse to put money to good use to put more effort into the market segment to put off to put off a journey to put oil on troubled waters to put on a face to put on a level with to put on a serious look to put on airs to put on display to put on one’s best bib and tucker to put on one’s thinking cap to put on quite a show to put on speed to put on the barmy stick to put on the brakes to put on the dog to put on two kilos to put on weight to put one across someone to put one’s back into something to put one’s best foot forward to put one’s capabilities to the test to put one’s feet up to put one’s foot down to put one’s foot in one’s mouth to put one’s hand to the plough to put one’s head above the parapet to put one’s heads together to put one’s heart and soul in it to put one’s ideas into practice to put one’s life on the line to put one’s mind to it to put one’s money where one’s mouth is to put one’s name down to put one’s name in for something to put one’s name on the map to put one’s nose to the grindstone to put one’s oar in to put one’s shingle up To put one’s shirt on a horse to put one’s shoulder to the wheel To put ones hand to the plough to put oneself about to put oneself across to put oneself in someone’s place/into someone else’s shoes to put oneself on a parallel with someone to put oneself on the line To put oneself out to put oneself out to put out a rumour to put out feelers to put out feelers to ... to put out money to someone to put out of action to put out of tune to put paid to someone/something to put pen to paper to put right To put some oomph into it to put some oomphh into something to put somebody in a backwater to put somebody to great inconvenience to put someone at ease to put someone in a good/bad mood to put someone in for an award to put someone in his place to put someone in possession of the facts to put someone in the picture to put someone off to put someone off his stroke to put someone on to put someone on his guard to put someone on the rack to put someone on to something to put someone out of conceit witht the day to put someone out of countenance to put someone out of his misery to put someone out of work to put someone out to grass to put someone through hell To put someone through his paces to put someone through the hoops/mill/wringer To put someone to bed with a pickaxe and shovel to put someone to great expense to put someone to shame to put someone up for the night to put someone up to something to put someone’s back up to put someone’s nose out of joint to put someone/something out of action to put something about to put something in perspective to put something into operation to put something into/on cold storage to put something off until later to put something on a firm footing to put something on ice/on the back burner to put something out of one’s mind to put something out of the children’s reach to put something out of the way to put something to good/bad use to put something to use to put something/one’s money on the line to put strain on something to put the axe in the helve to put the ball wide to put the boot in to put the cart before the horse to put the cat among the pigeons to put the company back on track To put the fear of God into somebody to put the fear of God into someone to put the finishing touches on to put the fox in charge of the henhouse to put the hammer down to put the heat on to put the hit on someone to put the kettle on to put the kibosh on something to put the lid on someone to put the lid on something to put the make on to put the make on someone to put the matter in a nutshell to put the mockers on something To put the pedal to the metal to put the police on to someone to put the saddle on the wrong horse to put the screw on somebody to put the screw on someone to put the screws on the taxpayer To put the skids under somebody to put the skids under someone to put the squeeze on someone To put the teeth into a law to put the wind up someone to put things straight to put to death to put to rest to put to shame to put to someone’s credit to put to the acid test to put to the edge of the sword to put to the test to put together to put trust in to put two and two together to put two and two together and make five to put up a big front to put up a brave front to put up a fight to put up a fuss to put up a good fight to put up a good show to put up a good/poor show to put up a ladder to put up a scaffolding to put up for compulsory sale to put up for sale to put up with to put up with everything to put visitors off to put words into someone’s mouth to put/get someone’s back/dander/monkey up to put/lay one’s cards on the table to put/lose one’s shirt on a horse to put/set one’s mind to something to put/set someone’s mind at rest to put/stick one’s oar in to put/turn the clock back to set/put the record straight to set; put one’s hand to something We are pleased to place an order with you for 200 MCF computers. We didn’t win, but we put up a good fight We must put off our plans What God has joined together let no man put asunder When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child but when I became a man,... Where did I put that thingamajig? Who put you up to it? With his tactless way of talking he has put his foot in it more than once You can put lipstick on a pig, it’s still a pig You can put that idea right out of your mind You can put that where the sun doesn’t shine! You can’t put anything over on him You chose to live here. Nobody put a gun to your head. You get out what you put in You shouldn’t have said that, you really put your foot in it. You will be able to finish your work in time, if you put your back into it You’re putting me on!

438 englische Redewendungen gefunden

Top-Anfragen Links Disclaimer Feedback Impressum
© 2017 Phrasen.com - Wörterbuch der Redewendungen Deutsch/Englisch
Ja, auch diese Webseite verwendet Cookies.