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rummage through (German)

Part of speech: verb, inseparable

Hyphenation:
durch | wüh | len, simple past: durch | wühl | te, participle II: durch | wühel
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˌDʊʁçˈvyːlən]
Word meaning / definition:
1) The earth, the earth, (looking for something) with simple means, such as the hands, rearrange
2) search a place (regardless of existing order)
3) working your way through a lot of material / reading
Related terms:
1) dig up, dig up
2) scour, search, inspect, rummage, rummage
3) dig through, work through, read through
Application examples:
1) “With powerful grave shovels rummage through they the soil such. B. the mole. "
1) “With the snout and the tusks rummage through the soil in search of roots and tubers. "
1) “You rummage through huge mountains of rubbish that hundreds of trucks dump into the slums every day. "
1) “In captivity, they also eat frozen food, tablet feed and rummage through the soil for algae and other edible things. "
1) “The north-south-oriented dolmen, which has largely remained without any finds, has long been used by shepherds and charcoal burners as a refuge and ransacked.“
1) “The hill is open and ransacked. It was destroyed by a spade and pick. "
1) “Because of the harder winters, they are also more intense ransacked than the Kastanozem and thus more profoundly humic. "
2) The intelligence people ransacked the one-room apartment.
3) I have all the poetry books now ransacked, nowhere a reference to England.
Conjugations:
Present tense: I. rummage through; you rummage through; he she it ransacked
Simple past: I. ransacked
Participle II: ransacked
Subjunctive II: i ransacked
Imperative: singular rummage through!; Plural ransacked!
Auxiliary verb: to have

Translations

  • Catalan: 1) remoure; 2) remenar, regirar

Part of speech: verb, separable

Hyphenation:
durch | wüh | len, past tense: ruched through, participle II: durch | ge | ruched
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈDʊʁçˌvyːlən]
Word meaning / definition:
1) The earth, the earth, (looking for something) with simple means, such as the hands, rearrange
2) search a place (regardless of existing order)
3) working your way through a lot of material / reading
Related terms:
1) dig up, dig up
2) scour, search, inspect, rummage, rummage
3) dig through, work through, read through
Application examples:
1) With powerful grave shovels digs The Mole by the ground.
1) The hill is open and ransacked.
2) The secret service people had the one-room apartment within a very short time ransacked.
3) I have all the poetry books now ransacked, nowhere a reference to England.


Conjugations:
Present tense: I. rummage through; you rummage through; he she it digs through
Simple past: I. rummaged through
Subjunctive II: i rummaged through
Imperative: singular rummage through!; Plural rummage through!
Participle II: ransacked
Auxiliary verb: to have


Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

Five men surprise a 25-year-old from behind and knock him down. The offender rummage through also a suitcase. 200 euros and a cell phone fall into their hands.
Hannoversche Allgemeine, May 24, 2019

When a wild boar comes to the hairdresser's: What sounds like a joke actually happened near Berlin. The animals rummage through whole villages. What to do? A mayor has an idea.
sueddeutsche.de, February 12, 2019

you rummage through Garbage cans and compost heaps, climb over trees and downpipes into houses. Raccoons are spreading more and more in Rhineland-Palatinate, and the number of animals killed is also increasing.
SWR.de, February 10, 2019

According to the report of the researchers in the journal 'Journal of Human Evolution' rummage through the monkeys shallow the creek bed for these tidbits.
Volksblatt.li, May 29, 2019

The steel fence extends half a meter into the ground so that the animals do not get under it rummage through can.
stern.de, January 28, 2019

Burglars get into a residential building on Sunday night and rummage through Closets looking for valuables.
Saarbrücker Zeitung, September 7th, 2020

Wild boars rummage through Gardens and green spaces in the urban area of ​​Lüneburg. Therefore, the animals should now be scared off by blank firing.
NDR, April 14, 2020

Wild boars can increasingly be seen in Hesse's cities. Looking for food rummage through they front gardens, cemeteries and parks.
GMX, November 22, 2019

Puderbach. More visitors every year rummage through the boxes and rummage for rarities. Star Wars is very popular on the fourth Lego exchange.
Rhein Zeitung, November 25, 2019

Foray in bikini or swimming trunks: While their unsuspecting victims cool off in the outdoor pool, rummage through mean pickpockets the backpacks they left behind. Most recently, the cold-blooded criminals beat Citysplash St.
Krone.at, August 19, 2020

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Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • mess up: get into disorder, (by digging) turn the bottom on top
  • mess up: get into disorder, (by digging) turn the bottom on top

Another word (synonym) for rummaging through - source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "rummage through":

bulls: staring, rummaging through, searching, rummaging through, poking Examples of use: 1) bulling in the dung for something useful 1) The children walked bulls, that is, they poked around with sticks under the market stalls and could occasionally fish a shabby head of lettuce or an apple

drawer:… Typical word combinations: 1) Drawer on castors, on metal rails; Search the drawer, rummage through, pull out, open, pull; Drawer stuck; old, upper, uppermost ...

felting: comb through, sniff through, search through, rummage through, control, sniff 2) scratch, sleep, sleep, grunt, slumber 4) matting General terms: 1) searching Application examples: 1) We were felted at the border

rifle: ... 1) She made a mess when she rifled through the stack of papers, looking for the title document. 3) He rifled a shot past the goalkeeper into the goal. German translations: ...

remenar: figuratively: rummaging through something, rummaging around Synonyms: 1) bellugar, moure German translations: 1) swivel, shake, stir, stir, 2) rummage through, rummage around Occitan: bolegar


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