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EnglishGerman
shamateur [coll.] [here: state-sponsored sham amateur] Staatsamateur {m}
shamateurism [coll.] Scheinamateurismus {m}
shambaShamba {f} [Ackerland mit Hütte in Afrika]
shamble watschelnder Gang {m}
shambleschlurfender Gang {m}
shambled gewatschelt
shambles Saustall {m} [Durcheinander]
shambles Gewürge {n} [ugs.] [beschwerliches, planloses Vorgehen]
shambles {pl} [treated as a sing.] Scherbenhaufen {m} [fig.]
shambles {pl} [treated as sg. or (less common) as pl.] [coll.] [place of carnage or destruction, scene or thing in total disorder] Schlachtfeld {n} [fig.]
shambles [archaic] Schlachtbank {f} [Schlachthaus]
shambles [archaic]Schlagbrücke {f} [österr.] [Schlachtbank]
shambles [archaic] [butcher's shop] Metzgerei {f} [westmd.] [südd.] [schweiz.]
shambles [coll.]Durcheinander {n}
shambles [coll.]Wüstenei {f} [hum.] [Unordnung]
shambling watschelnd
shambolic [coll.] [esp. Br.] wirr [chaotisch]
shambolic [esp. Br.] [coll.] chaotisch
shambolic messLotterwirtschaft {f}
shambolic muddleLotterwirtschaft {f}
shambolically [esp. Br.] [coll.]chaotisch
shambolically [esp. Br.] [coll.]wirr
shame Scham {f}
shame Schamgefühl {n}
shame [disgrace] Schande {f}
Shame [Salman Rushdie] Scham und Schande
shame bush [Mimosa pudica]Schamhafte Sinnpflanze {f}
shame bush [Mimosa pudica] Mimose {f} [Schamhafte Sinnpflanze]
shame cultureSchamkultur {f}
shame face [Mimosa pudica]Schamhafte Sinnpflanze {f}
shame face [Mimosa pudica]Mimose {f} [Schamhafte Sinnpflanze]
shame lady [Mimosa pudica]Schamhafte Sinnpflanze {f}
shame lady [Mimosa pudica]Mimose {f} [Schamhafte Sinnpflanze]
Shame on him! Schande über ihn!
Shame on you!Schäm dich!
Shame on you! Schäme dich!
Shame on you! Du solltest dich schämen!
shame sanction Ehrenstrafe {f}
Shame upon him who thinks evil upon it. [Order of the Garter] Ein Schuft, wer Böses dabei denkt. [Hosenbandorden]
shame weed [Mimosa pudica]Schamhafte Sinnpflanze {f}
shame weed [Mimosa pudica]Mimose {f} [Schamhafte Sinnpflanze]
Shamed be he who thinks evil of it. [archaic]Ein Schelm, wer Böses dabei denkt. [altertümlich]
shamefacedschamhaft
shamefaced betreten
shamefacedbeschämt
shamefaced scheu [verschämt]
shamefaced verschämt
shamefaced [modest, shy] schüchtern
shame-faced crabs [genus Calappa]Schamkrabben {pl}
shamefacedly verschämt
shamefacedlyschamhaft
shamefacedly betreten
shamefacedly beschämt
shamefacedness Schamhaftigkeit {f}
shamefacednessBetretenheit {f}
shamefast [archaic] [shamefaced]beschämt
shamefulschändlich
shamefulbeschämend
shameful schmählich
shameful blamabel
shamefulschandbar
shamefulschimpflich [geh.]
shamefulschambehaftet
shameful lie schmähliche Lüge {f}
shameful sight schändlicher Anblick {m}
shameful vice schändliches Laster {n}
shamefully schandbar
shamefully schändlich
shamefully schmählich
shamefulnessSchändlichkeit {f}
shamefulnessUngeheuerlichkeit {f}
shamefulness Schandbarkeit {f}
shameless schamlos
shameless dreist
shameless frech
shameless unverschämt
shameless ausgeschamt [regional] [auch: ausgeschämt] [schamlos]
shameless personschamlose Person {f}
shameless picture schamloses Bild {n}
shameless stinkhorn [Phallus impudicus]Gichtmorchel {f}
shameless stinkhorn [Phallus impudicus](Gemeine) Stinkmorchel {f}
shamelesslyschamlos
shamelesslyunverschämt
shamelesslyungeniert
shamelessnessSchamlosigkeit {f}
shame-ridden [topic, memory etc.]schambesetzt
Shamia Schamiyya {n}
Shamil [also: Shāmil] [Imam of Dagestan] Schamil {m} [Imam von Dagestan]
shamingbeschämend
shamisen [Japanese three-stringed lute] Schamisen {f} [dreisaitige japanische Laute]
shammash [or schamash] [Hebr.: sexton of a synagoge] Schammasch {m} [hebr.: Synagogendiener]
shammedgeschwindelt
shammedvorgetäuscht
shammed heuchelnd
shammed nur gespielt
shammed vorgeheuchelt
shammed vorgespiegelt
shammerHeuchler {m}
shammerLügner {m}
shammerSchwindler {m}
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