am Spalier ziehen translation English | German-English dictionary

am Spalier ziehen exp.
to trellis ; to train on a trellis

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Collaborative Dictionary     German-English
exp.
to form a guard of honour {or} honor guard
exp.
to form a guard of honour ; to form an honor guard
exp.
to clear out ; to push off
exp.
to take stock
die Bilanz ziehen = to take stock {aus} of
exp.
to move in with sb
exp.
to circle ; to have repercussions
[Lit.]
exp.
to pull sth ; to pull on {or} at sth
exp.
to find the roots
exp.
to doff one's cap ; to take one's hat off ({vor jdm} to sb)
exp.
to make one's way home
exp.
let me go
exp.
to let rip {or} fly
exp.
to move inland
exp.
to draw a blank
[Lit.]
exp.
to look petulant ; to pout
exp.
to pull {or} make a face ; to grimace
exp.
to have wide repercussions
[Fig.]
exp.
to come off worst ; to get the worst of it
[Fig.]
exp.
to pull the strings
[Fig.]
exp.
to draw one's own conclusions ({aus} from)
exp.
to pull the communication cord {or} emergency brake ; to put the brakes on ; to commit a blatant foul
[Lit.]
exp.
to consult sb/sth
exp.
to get tough
[Fig.]
exp.
to come to the obvious conclusion ; to take the appropriate {or} logical step
aus etw die Konsequenzen ziehen
exp.
to jump to conclusions
exp.
to get cigarettes/chewing gum from the machine
Zigaretten/Kaugummi aus dem Automaten ziehen
exp.
to move to Bavaria/Munich
exp.
to make a clear distinction ({zwischen} between)
[Fig.]
exp.
to pirate computer programs
exp.
to take stock provisionally
[Fig.]
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Spalier  

Spa•lier      nt   , -s, -e  
a    trellis  
am Spalier ziehen      to trellis, to train on a trellis  
b    [+von Menschen]   row, line  ,   (zur Ehrenbezeigung)    guard of honour   (Brit)  , honor guard   (US)  
Spalier stehen/ein Spalier bilden      to form a guard of honour   (Brit)  or honor guard   (US)     
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