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 Übersetzung für 'to somebody else' von Englisch nach Deutsch
somebody else {pron}jemand anders
somebody else'svon jemand anderem [nachgestellt]
3 Wörter: Andere
somebody / someone else {pron}jemand anderer / anderen / anderem [ugs.] [südd.]
to somebody else {adv}anderweitig [an jd. anderen]
4 Wörter: Andere
for somebody / someone else für jemand anders [auch: "jemand / jemanden anderes" oder südd. osterr.: "jemanden anderen"]
to somebody / someone else {pron} (zu) jemand anderem [auch: „jemand anderes“, „jemand anders“; seltener: „jemandem anders“, „jemand anderm“, „jemandem anderes“; südd., österr.: „jemandem anderem“]
4 Wörter: Verben
to ask somebody / someone elsejemand anderen fragen [südd.] [österr.]
to ask somebody / someone elsejemanden anderen fragen [südd.] [österr.]
to ask somebody / someone else jemand anders fragen [auch: "jemand / jemanden anderes" ]
to pass for somebody elsefür jemand anderen gehalten werden
5+ Wörter: Verben
to amuse oneself at the expense of somebody elsesichAkk. auf Kosten eines anderen amüsieren
psych.
to feel embarrassed for somebody / someone else
sich fremdschämen [ugs.]
to let somebody / someone else do the workeinen anderen die Arbeit machen lassen
to let somebody / someone else do the workjemand anderen die Arbeit machen lassen
to mistake sb. for somebody / someone elsejdn. für einen anderen halten
to mistake sb. for somebody / someone elsejdn. für jemand anderen halten
to mistake sb. for somebody / someone elsejdn. mit einem anderen verwechseln
to mistake sb. for somebody / someone elsejdn. mit jemand anderem verwechseln
to pass sth. on to somebody elsejemandem anderem etw. abgeben [südd.] [österr.]
to pass sth. on to somebody else jemand anders etw. abgeben [auch: jemand / jemandem anderes]
to pretend to be somebody / someone elsesich für einen anderen ausgeben
to pretend to be somebody / someone elsesich für jemand anderen ausgeben
to take sb. for somebody / someone elsejdn. mit jemandem verwechseln
to take sb. for somebody / someone elsejdn. mit einem anderen verwechseln
to take sb. for somebody / someone elsejdn. mit jemand anderem verwechseln
to throw sb. into the same pot with somebody else [idiom] jdn. mit jemand anders in einen Topf werfen [Redewendung]
Teiltreffer
somebodyJemand {m}
14
somebody {pron} <sb.> [subject]jemand <jd.>
1218
to be (a) somebody"wer" sein [ugs.]
a somebody [coll.]kein Niemand {m} [ugs.]
somebody of distinction {pron}jemand von Rang und Namen
artlit.mus.
somebody's masterpiece
jemandes Opus {n} magnum
spying (on somebody)Bespitzelung {f}
room [somebody's room]Bude {f} [ugs.]
21
somebody or other {pron} [coll.] irgendepert [alemannisch] [bayer.] [Dialekt] [irgendwer, irgendeiner]
He has hired somebody.Er hat jemanden gedungen.
somebody like that / thisso jemand
somebody or other {pron} [coll.] irgendöpper [alemannisch] [Dialekt] [irgendwer, irgendeiner]
somebody {pron} [no matter which]irgendjemand
164
somebody or other {pron} [coll.]irgendwer [ugs.]
somebody {pron} <sb.> [indirect object]jemandem <jdm.>
24
He has hired somebody.Er hat jemanden gedingt. [veraltend, selten]
somebody {pron} <sb.> [direct object]jemanden <jdn.>
206
Somebody beat us to it.Jemand ist uns zuvorgekommen.
I need to talk to somebody.Ich muss mit jemandem reden.
(to) somebody or other {pron} [coll.]irgendwem [ugs.]
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Übersetzung für 'to somebody else' von Englisch nach Deutsch

somebody else {pron}
jemand anders
somebody else's
von jemand anderem [nachgestellt]

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somebody / someone else {pron}
jemand anderer / anderen / anderem [ugs.] [südd.]
to somebody else {adv}
anderweitig [an jd. anderen]

for somebody / someone else
für jemand anders [auch: "jemand / jemanden anderes" oder südd. osterr.: "jemanden anderen"]
to somebody / someone else {pron}
(zu) jemand anderem [auch: „jemand anderes“, „jemand anders“; seltener: „jemandem anders“, „jemand anderm“, „jemandem anderes“; südd., österr.: „jemandem anderem“]

to ask somebody / someone else
jemand anderen fragen [südd.] [österr.]

jemanden anderen fragen [südd.] [österr.]

jemand anders fragen [auch: "jemand / jemanden anderes" ]
to pass for somebody else
für jemand anderen gehalten werden

to amuse oneself at the expense of somebody else
sichAkk. auf Kosten eines anderen amüsieren
to feel embarrassed for somebody / someone else
sich fremdschämen [ugs.]psych.
to let somebody / someone else do the work
einen anderen die Arbeit machen lassen

jemand anderen die Arbeit machen lassen
to mistake sb. for somebody / someone else
jdn. für einen anderen halten

jdn. für jemand anderen halten

jdn. mit einem anderen verwechseln

jdn. mit jemand anderem verwechseln
to pass sth. on to somebody else
jemandem anderem etw. abgeben [südd.] [österr.]

jemand anders etw. abgeben [auch: jemand / jemandem anderes]
to pretend to be somebody / someone else
sich für einen anderen ausgeben

sich für jemand anderen ausgeben
to take sb. for somebody / someone else
jdn. mit jemandem verwechseln

jdn. mit einem anderen verwechseln

jdn. mit jemand anderem verwechseln
to throw sb. into the same pot with somebody else [idiom]
jdn. mit jemand anders in einen Topf werfen [Redewendung]

somebody
Jemand {m}
somebody {pron} <sb.> [subject]
jemand <jd.>
to be (a) somebody
"wer" sein [ugs.]
a somebody [coll.]
kein Niemand {m} [ugs.]
somebody of distinction {pron}
jemand von Rang und Namen
somebody's masterpiece
jemandes Opus {n} magnumartlit.mus.
spying (on somebody)
Bespitzelung {f}
room [somebody's room]
Bude {f} [ugs.]
somebody or other {pron} [coll.]
irgendepert [alemannisch] [bayer.] [Dialekt] [irgendwer, irgendeiner]

irgendöpper [alemannisch] [Dialekt] [irgendwer, irgendeiner]
He has hired somebody.
Er hat jemanden gedungen.

Er hat jemanden gedingt. [veraltend, selten]
somebody like that / this
so jemand
somebody {pron} [no matter which]
irgendjemand
somebody or other {pron} [coll.]
irgendwer [ugs.]
somebody {pron} <sb.> [indirect object]
jemandem <jdm.>
somebody {pron} <sb.> [direct object]
jemanden <jdn.>
Somebody beat us to it.
Jemand ist uns zuvorgekommen.
I need to talk to somebody.
Ich muss mit jemandem reden.
(to) somebody or other {pron} [coll.]
irgendwem [ugs.]
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • If somebody caused financial harm to somebody else via an action that was not guaranteed to harm them, the person cannot be forced by a court to pay, although he might be morally obligated to.
  • Once Patricia recovers, she decides to investigate who killed her husband and who raped her (she just remembers a horse chess piece hanging from the gold chain around the rapist's neck), but she cannot find out anything except that her lands now belong to somebody else.
  • mIRC over to somebody else". This led to changes being made in mIRC version 6.17: according to the author, $decode is now disabled by default, and various other features which can be considered dangerous are now lockable.
  • Notice must also be advertised in the Gazette of any arrangement or transaction under which a limited partner's share in the firm will be assigned to somebody else.
  • When Kazuyuki realizes that the charm was to copy the tape and show it to somebody else, he rushes to his family to save them.

  • "I was listening to somebody else's radio. The first week the album came out, it did better than I expected."
  • The piece was the first to be recorded of the set and was originally commissioned to be used in a computer game, but Squarepusher decided it was too important to hand over to somebody else's project.
  • Uspensky and Mess did not want to rush things, because Pankov had never seen a picture in his life, except the portraits at the Institute, and might have taken the first masterpiece he saw for an inviolable standard to follow and surrendered his will to somebody else's way of vision.
  • To continue its journey, the ToyVoyager is then either passed on to somebody else directly or released into the wild for somebody to find – this is known as a Wild Release.
  • Regifting or regiving is the act of taking a gift that has been received and giving it to somebody else, sometimes in the guise of a new gift.

  • Married people who form relations with extramarital partners or people who engage in relations with partners married to somebody else may be subjected to violence in these relations.
  • Alex revealed on Totally Rad Show that he was in the pipeline to host NBC's version of Top Gear but the role was ultimately given to somebody else.
  • The lender temporarily gives money to somebody else, on the condition of getting back the principal amount together with some interest or profit or charge.
  • The second single was "You Belong to Somebody Else", released on March 19, 2021 and with a lyric video premiere on April 7, 2021.
  • Writing for "PopBuzz", Katie Louise Smith called "Be My Mistake" "is almost like an even sadder sequel to 'Somebody Else' and it will one hundred percent destroy you emotionally".

  • He passes the tape on to somebody else before the officers confront him, and the raps his lyrics at the officers.
  • 2. If a master or someone else tortures the slave with hunger or nudity, and the master does nothing to stop it, the slave must be sold to somebody else so he would not die from hunger.
  • Brian Lenihan said "fairness means you cannot shuffle off responsibility to somebody else."
  • According to lyricist Pitchford, the song's lyrical concept was borrowed from "She Loves You" by the Beatles: "the idea of somebody reporting to somebody else on hearing this girl's in love with you, or this boy's in love with you."
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