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EnglishGerman
shivering schaudernd
shivering schlotternd
shiveringSchüttelfrost {m}
shiveringFrösteln {n}
shiveringschlotterig [zitternd]
shivering fröstelnd
shivering zitternd
shiveringSchlottern {n}
shiveringSchaudern {n}
shivering Zittern {n}
shivering bebend
shivering {sg} Frostgefühle {pl} [Frösteln]
shivering attackSchüttelfrost {m}
shivering fit Fieberschauer {m}
shivering fitSchüttelfrost {m}
shivering fits Fieberschauer {pl}
shiveringly zitternd
shivers Schüttelfieber {n}
shiversSchüttelfrost {m}
shivers Fieberschauer {pl}
Shivers [David Cronenberg]Parasiten-Mörder
shivery fiebrig
shivery fröstelnd
shives Schäben {f} {pl}
shivoo [Aus.] [coll.] Party {f}
shiz [coll.]Scheiße {f} [vulg.]
shiznit [sl.] großartig
shizontSchizont {m}
shkatulkalite [Na10MnTi3Nb3 [(OH)2|F|(Si2O7)6]·12H2O] Shkatulkalit {m}
ShkharaSchchara {m}
Shkopet reservoir Shkopet-Stausee {m}
ShkumbinShkumbin {m}
shlemazl [sl.] [Yiddish: unlucky person]Unglücksrabe {m}
shlemiel [coll.]Tollpatsch {m} [ugs.]
shlimazel [Yiddish sl.] [spv.] Tollpatsch {m} [ugs.]
Shlisselburg [Russia] Schlüsselburg {n} [Russland]
shlock [Am.] [coll.] [spv.] Billigware {f}
shlock [Am.] [coll.] [spv.]Ramsch {m} [ugs.]
shlock [spv.] Mist {m} [fig.]
shlocky [esp. Am.] [sl.] [spv.] [schlocky]mies [ugs.]
shlub [Am.] [sl.] [stupid person] [spv.] Trottel {m} [ugs.]
shlykovite [KCa [Si4O9(OH)]·3H2O] Shlykovit {m}
shmeat [coll.] [in-vitro meat] Kunstfleisch {n} [ugs.] [In-vitro-Fleisch]
shmock Schmock {m}
shmock [sl.] Trottel {m}
shmock [vulg.] [penis] Schwanz {m} [vulg.]
shmooShmoo {m} [Ausbuchtung bei haploiden Hefezellen]
shmoo [Al Capp] [also: Shmoo]Shmoo {m}
shmoozing [coll.] Plaudern {n}
shmuck [Am.] [sl.] [pej.]Trottel {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
shmuck [vulg.] [penis] Schwanz {m} [vulg.]
shnorrer [Yidd.] Schnorrer {m} [ugs.]
sho [sl. for: sure] [Am.] [Black American English]sicher
Shoa [spv.]Shoah {f} [Holocaust] [Rsv.]
Shoa [spv.] Schoah {f}
Shoa francolin [Francolinus psilolaemus, syn.: Scleroptila psilolaemus, S. psilolaema]Hochlandfrankolin {m}
Shoa francolin [Francolinus psilolaemus, syn.: Scleroptila psilolaemus, S. psilolaema] Bergheidefrankolin {m}
ShoahShoah {f} [Holocaust] [Rsv.]
ShoahSchoah {f} [Holocaust]
shoal Schar {f}
shoalSchwarm {m}
shoal [Am. or dialect]seicht
shoal [shallow area] Untiefe {f} [flache Stelle]
shoal [submerged sandbank] Sandbank {f}
shoal buoy Untiefentonne {f}
shoal fish Schwarmfische {pl}
shoal of fishSchwarm {m} Fische
shoal of fish [any group of fish]Fischschwarm {m}
shoal of people Menge {f} Leute
shoaling effect Shoaling-Effekt {m}
shoals Untiefen {pl}
shoals [of fish]Schwärme {pl}
shoals of letters Massen {pl} von Briefen
shoals of letters Unmengen {pl} von Briefen
shoat Frischling {m} [junges Wildschwein]
shoat Ferkel {n}
shoat [Am.] [a young pig just after weaning]Schweinchen {n} [Ferkel direkt nach der Entwöhnung]
shoats [Am.] Schweinchen {pl} [Ferkel direkt nach der Entwöhnung]
shochetSchochet {m}
shochet [Jewish religious slaughterer] Schächter {m}
shochet and bodek [Jewish butcher and examiner of meats] Schächter und Prüfer {m} [koscheren Fleisches]
shochu [also: shōchū] Shochu {m} [auch: Shōchū]
shock Betroffenheit {f}
shock Erschütterung {f} [z. B. seelische Ergriffenheit]
shockSchock {m}
shock Stoß {m} [Erdstoß]
shockBeleidigung {f}
shockEmpörung {f}
shock Schreck {m}
shock Puppe {f} [Flachs-, Getreidegarbe] [regional]
shock Hocke {f}
shock Kornpuppe {f}
shockMandel {f}
shock Garbenhaufen {m}
shock globales komplettes Kreislaufversagen {n} [fachspr.: Schock]
shockDämpfer {m} [Fahrrad]
shock Wundschreck {m} [veraltet]
shock [electric shock] Schlag {m} [Stromschlag]
shock [of hair]Haarschopf {m}
shock [shock of hay]Heuhaufen {m}
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