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English-German translation for: Snow
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NOUN1   a snow | snows
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NOUN2   snow | -
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VERB  to snow | snowed | snowed/snown ... 
 
SYNO   Baron Snow of Leicester | C. P. Snow ... 
SYNO   C17H21NO4 | Coke [ugs.] | Kokain ... 
snow {adj} [attr.]
83
Schnee-
Verbs
meteo. to snow
859
schneien
to snow sb. [sl.]
71
jdn. einwickeln [mit Geschwätz oder falschen Komplimenten]
Nouns
snow
1730
Schnee {m}
meteo. snow <s, SN>
26
Schnee {m} [Schneefall]
drugs snow [cocaine]
19
Schnee {m} [Kokain]
electr. RadioTV snow
5
Grieß {m} [Bildrauschen]
RadioTV snowweißes Rauschen {n}
naut. snow [also: snaw] [two-masted sailing rig]Schnau {f} [zweimastiger Rahsegler]
snow [interference on a TV screen]Flimmern {n}
2 Words: Others
low-snow {adj} [attr.]schneearm
snow blind {adj} [spv.]schneeblind
snow-blind {adj}schneeblind
snow-capped {adj}schneegekrönt
snow-capped {adj} [mostly attr.]schneebedeckt [Bergspitze]
snow-clad {adj} [attr.]schneebedeckt
snow-covered {adj}beschneit
snow-covered {adj}schneebeladen
snow-covered {adj}verschneit
snow-covered {adj} [attr.]schneebedeckt
snow-crowned {adj}schneegekrönt
snow-free {adj}aper [südd.] [österr.] [schweiz.] [schneefrei]
snow-free {adj}schneefrei
snow-laden {adj}schneebeladen
snow-like {adj}wie Schnee [nachgestellt]
snow-like {adj} [also: snowlike]schneeartig
snow-limned {adj} [attr.]schneebedeckt
snow-slicked {adj}schneeglatt
snow-white {adj}blütenweiß
snow-white {adj}schneeweiß
snow-white {adj} [hair]schlohweiß
2 Words: Verbs
to clear snowSchnee schieben
to snow intohereinschneien
meteo. to snow lightly [flurries]flankerln [österr.] [ugs.] [leicht schneien]
to snow sth. underetw. unter Schnee begraben
to snow upeinschneien
2 Words: Nouns
electr. RadioTV (television) snow [coll.] [white noise]Schnee {m} [ugs.] [im Fernsehbild]
artificial snowKunstschnee {m}
artificial snowtechnischer Schnee {m}
meteo. blowing snowFlugschnee {m}
meteo. blowing snow <ks>Schneetreiben {n}
meteo. corn snowFirn {m}
corn snowSulzschnee {m}
crusted snowBruchharsch {m}
crusted snowBruchharst {m}
crusted snowHarsch {m}
crusted snowHarschschnee {m}
hydro. crusted snowverharschter Schnee {m}
meteo. damp snowFeuchtschnee {m}
meteo. damp snowPappschnee {m}
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