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English translation of 'festbinden'

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festbinden

Verb Table transitive verb separable, irregular
to tie up
jdn/etw an etw dative festbinden to tie sb/sth to sth

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Example Sentences Including 'festbinden'

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Das Steuer festbinden , die zweifelhaften Ersatzkapitäne wenigstens programmatisch entmachten und sorgenfrei für immer an Land gehen.
Die Tageszeitung (2000)
Das muß ja vorbereitet sein, ich muß wissen, wo ich eine Plane hinlegen muß, wo ich sie festbinden kann.
Die Tageszeitung (1998)
Die Brüsseler würden nur deshalb Auto fahren, analysierte er messerscharf, weil sie nicht wüßten, wo sie ihre Citybikes festbinden sollten.
Die Tageszeitung (1994)
Die sich gegen den Sturm der politischen Verhältnisse hierzulande am Kunstgeländer festklammern, sich sogar festbinden lassen.
Jelinek, Elfriede O Wildnis, o Schutz vor ihr
Schließlich mußten sie sich an der Uferbalustrade festbinden lassen, um nicht von der Zugkraft des nassen Seils ins Wasser gezogen zu werden.
Die Tageszeitung (1995)

Trends of 'festbinden'

Used Rarely. festbinden is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary

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'festbinden' in Other Languages

British English: lash VERB
If you lash two or more things together, you tie one of them firmly to the other.
Secure the anchor by lashing it to the rail.
  • American English: lash
  • Brazilian Portuguese: atar
  • Chinese: 睫毛
  • European Spanish: atar
  • French: attacher
  • German: festbinden
  • Italian: legare
  • Japanese: くくりつける
  • Korean: 묶다
  • European Portuguese: atar
  • Spanish: atar
British English: rope VERB
If you rope one thing to another, you tie the two things together with a rope.
I roped myself to the chimney.
  • American English: rope
  • Brazilian Portuguese: amarrar
  • Chinese: 用绳
  • European Spanish: atar con una cuerda
  • French: encorder
  • German: festbinden
  • Italian: legarecon corda
  • Japanese: ロープで縛る
  • Korean: 밧줄로 묶다
  • European Portuguese: amarrar
  • Spanish: atar con una cuerda
British English: tether VERB
If you tether an animal or object to something, you attach it there with a rope or chain so that it cannot move very far.
The officer dismounted, tethering his horse to a tree.
  • American English: tether
  • Brazilian Portuguese: amarrar
  • Chinese: 拴住
  • European Spanish: atar
  • French: attacher
  • German: festbinden
  • Italian: legare
  • Japanese: つなぎ綱でつなぐ
  • Korean: 밧줄로 묵다
  • European Portuguese: amarrar
  • Spanish: atar

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Translation of festbinden from the Collins German to English
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