|verursachen englanniksi||wreak de, entail de, breed de, cause de|
: The earthquake wreaked havoc in the city.
: She wreaked her anger on his car.
*: Now was the time to be avenged on his old enemy, to wreak a grudge of seventeen years.
*: their woe
*: Broods maddening inwardly and scorns to wreak
*: Itself abroad;
*: Kill the foul thief, and wreak me for my son.
*: Come wreak his loss, whom bootless ye complain.
*: Would that before my death I might but see my son The empery in my stead over the people hold
*: And rush upon his foes and take on them his wreak, At push of sword and pike, in fury uncontrolled.
*: However, no thought touchd Minervas mind, That any one should escape his wreak designd.
*: For three causes Duke William entered this land to subdue Harold. One was, for that it was to him given by King Edward his nephew. The second was, to take wreak for the cruel murder of his nephew Alfred, King Edwards brother, and of the Normans, which deed he ascribed chiefly to Harold.
*: Of a surety none murdered the damsel but I; take her wreak on me this moment; for, an thou do not thus, I will require it of thee before Almighty Allah.
: This activity will entail careful attention to detail.
: An [[estate]] in fee entailed, or [[limited]] in descent to a particular [[class]] of [[issue]].
: The [[rule]] by which the [[descent]] is [[fixed]].
: a pond breeds fish; a northern country breeds stout men
*: Yet every mother breeds not sons alike.
: ux|en|She wanted to breed her cow to the neighbors registered bull.
: ux|en|He tries to breed blue roses.
*: to bring thee forth with pain, with care to breed
*: born and bred on the verge of the wilderness
: ux|en|disaster breeds famine; [[familiarity breeds contempt|familiarity breeds contempt]]
*: Lest the place / And my quaint habits breed astonishment.
*: No care was taken to breed him a Protestant.
*: His farm may not remove his children too far from him, or the trade he breeds them up in.
*: Children would breed their teeth with less danger.
*: Heavens rain grace / On that which breeds between them.
: a breed of tulip
: a breed of animal
: People who were taught classical Greek and Latin at school are a dying breed.
: Her wedding will be cause for celebration.
: They identified a burst pipe as the cause of the flooding.
*: God befriend us, as our cause is just.
*: The part they take against me is from zeal to the cause.
*: I did it not for his cause.
*: What counsel give you in this weighty cause?
: ux|en|The lightning caused thunder.
*: Serene, smiling, enigmatic, she faced him with no fear whatever showing in her dark eyes....She put back a truant curl from her forehead where it had sought egress to the world, and looked him full in the face now, drawing a deep breath which caused the round of her bosom to lift the lace at her throat.
: ux|en|His dogged determination caused the fundraising to be successful.
*: I will cause it to rain upon the earth forty days.