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English translation of 'aufräumen'

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aufräumen

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Verb Table transitive verb
to tidy up
aufgeräumt [Zimmer] tidy
Verb Table intransitive verb
1. 
mit etw aufräumen to do away with sth
2.  (pejorative) (dezimieren)
unter der Bevölkerung (gründlich) aufräumen [Seuche etc] to decimate the population; [Tyrann etc] to slaughter the population wholesale

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Auch nicht, wann er sein Zimmer aufräumen muß, in welchem Stockwerk er wohnt, wieviel Taschengeld er noch für den Monat hat.
Die Tageszeitung (1996)
Gott ist auf unserer Seite, und er will, daß wir mit ihnen endlich aufräumen.
David, Wolfgang Brennaburg
Im Wahlkampf haben Sie angekündigt, daß Sie im Strafrecht " aufräumen " wollen.
Die Tageszeitung (1998)
In Serbien ist die Einführung neuer Lehrbücher offiziell damit begründet worden, daß man mit der alten Ideologie aufräumen müsse.
Die Tageszeitung (1995)
Sie wollten aufräumen mit der Korruption unter dem einstigen Partei- und Regierungschef Felipe González.
Die Tageszeitung (1999)
Wer der Wirtschaft flache Hierarchien empfiehlt, zielund projektorientiertes Arbeiten, sollte auch im eigenen Haus aufräumen.
Scharping, Rudolf Was jetzt zu tun ist
Wir sind nicht unmittelbar betroffen, wenn Todeskommandos unter den Millionen lateinamerikanischer Straßenkinder aufräumen.
Der Spiegel

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'aufräumen' in Other Languages

British English: clear up /klɪə ʌp/ VERB
When you clear up, or when you clear a place up, you tidy a place and put things away.
I cleared up my room.
  • American English: clear up
  • Arabic: يُفْسِحُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: arrumar
  • Chinese: 整理
  • Croatian: počistiti
  • Czech: uklidit
  • Danish: bringe orden i
  • Dutch: opruimen
  • European Spanish: ordenar escampar
  • Finnish: järjestää
  • French: ranger
  • German: aufräumen
  • Greek: τακτοποιώ
  • Italian: rassettare
  • Japanese: 片付ける
  • Korean: 정돈하다
  • Norwegian: ordne
  • Polish: zrobić porządek
  • European Portuguese: arrumar
  • Romanian: a face ordine
  • Russian: прибирать
  • Latin American Spanish: ordenar
  • Swedish: städa
  • Thai: ทำความสะอาดจนหมด
  • Turkish: toplamak ortalığı
  • Ukrainian: Прибирати
  • Vietnamese: dọn dẹp
British English: tidy /ˈtaɪdɪ/ VERB
When you tidy a place, you make it neat by putting things in their proper places.
He tidied his garage.
  • American English: tidy
  • Arabic: يُرَتِّبُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: arrumar
  • Chinese: 整理
  • Croatian: spremiti
  • Czech: poklidit
  • Danish: rydde op i
  • Dutch: opruimen
  • European Spanish: ordenar arreglar
  • Finnish: siivota
  • French: ranger
  • German: aufräumen
  • Greek: σιγυρίζω
  • Italian: ordinare
  • Japanese: 片付ける
  • Korean: 정돈하다
  • Norwegian: rydde
  • Polish: uporządkować
  • European Portuguese: arrumar
  • Romanian: a aranja
  • Russian: убирать
  • Latin American Spanish: ordenar colocar en modo conveniente
  • Swedish: städa
  • Thai: จัดให้เป็นระเบียบ
  • Turkish: toplamak ortalığı
  • Ukrainian: прибирати
  • Vietnamese: dọn dẹp
British English: tidy up /ˈtaɪdɪ ʌp/ VERB
When you tidy up or tidy a place up, you put things back in their proper places so that everything is neat.
She spent an hour tidying up the shop.
  • American English: tidy up
  • Arabic: يُرَتِّبُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: arrumar
  • Chinese: 收拾
  • Croatian: pospremiti
  • Czech: poklidit
  • Danish: rydde op
  • Dutch: opruimen
  • European Spanish: recoger ordenar
  • Finnish: siivota
  • French: ranger
  • German: aufräumen
  • Greek: τακτοποιώ
  • Italian: riordinare
  • Japanese: 整頓する
  • Korean: 정돈하다
  • Norwegian: rydde
  • Polish: uprzątnąć
  • European Portuguese: arrumar
  • Romanian: a pune în ordine
  • Russian: убирать
  • Latin American Spanish: recoger ordenar
  • Swedish: städa
  • Thai: จัดให้เป็นระเบียบเรียบร้อย
  • Turkish: derleyip toplamak
  • Ukrainian: прибирати
  • Vietnamese: sắp xếp gọn gàng
British English: clear /klɪə/ VERB
When you clear a place, you take away all the things you do not want there.
She cleared the table.
  • American English: clear
  • Arabic: يُنَظِّفُ
  • Brazilian Portuguese: limpar
  • Chinese: 打扫
  • Croatian: očistiti
  • Czech: uklízetbyt
  • Danish: rydde
  • Dutch: opruimen
  • European Spanish: despejar
  • Finnish: tyhjentää
  • French: vider
  • German: aufräumen
  • Greek: καθαρίζω
  • Italian: pulire
  • Japanese: ・・・を片づける
  • Korean: 치우다
  • Norwegian: rense
  • Polish: sprzątnąć
  • European Portuguese: limpar
  • Romanian: a face ordine
  • Russian: очистить
  • Latin American Spanish: limpiar
  • Swedish: tömma
  • Thai: ทำให้โล่ง
  • Turkish: temizlemek
  • Ukrainian: прибирати
  • Vietnamese: dọn sạch

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Translation of aufräumen from the Collins German to English
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