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shoebill [Balaeniceps rex]Schuhschnabel {m}
shoebill [Balaeniceps rex] Abu {m} Markub [arab. „Vater des Schuhs“] [Schuhschnabel]
shoe-billed stork [Balaeniceps rex]Schuhschnabel {m}
shoeblackSchuhputzer {m}
shoeblack [Br.] [dated] Schuhwichser {f} [regional bzw. veraltet] [Schuhputzer]
shoe-blackerSchuhputzer {m}
shoeblackingSchuhwichse {f}
shoeblacks Schuhputzer {pl}
shoeboxSchuhschachtel {f}
shoebox (apartment) [coll.]Wohnklo {n} [ugs.]
shoebrush Schuhbürste {f}
shoebutton [Ardisia elliptica]Spitzblume {f}
shoebutton (ardisia) [Ardisia elliptica]Schuhknopfardisia {f} [auch: Schuhknopf-Ardisia]
shoe-fitting fluoroscope Schuh-Fluoroskop {n} [auch: Schuhfluoroskop] [Pedoskop]
shoegazing Shoegazing {n} [britische Rockmusik-Richtung]
shoehorn Schuhanzieher {m}
shoehorn Schuhlöffel {m}
shoe-horned [coll.] eingepaßt [alt] [mit Schwierigkeiten hineingezwängt]
shoeing [of horses] Hufbeschlag {m}
shoeing of a horse Beschlagen {n} der Hufe
shoeing period [horses] Beschlagperiode {f} [Pferde]
shoelace Schnürsenkel {m}
shoelaceSchuhband {n}
shoelace Schuhsenkel {m}
shoelace Schuhriemen {m}
shoelace Schuhbandel {n} [österr.] [bayer.] [ugs.]
shoelace formula Gaußsche Trapezformel {f} [alt]
shoelace formula gaußsche Trapezformel {f}
shoelace formulaGauß'sche Trapezformel {f}
shoelace makerNestler {m} [Schnürsenkelmacher]
shoelaces Schnürsenkel {pl}
shoelaces Schnürsenkeln {pl} [regional für: Schnürsenkel]
shoelaces Schuhsenkel {pl}
shoelaces Schuhbänder {pl}
shoelaces Schuhnestel {pl} [südd.] [Schnürsenkel]
shoelastSchuhleisten {m}
shoe-last celt Schuhleistenkeil {m}
shoeleatherSchuhleder {n}
shoe-leather cost Schuhsohleneffekt {m} [auch Schuhsohlenkosten]
shoeless ohne Schuhe [nachgestellt]
shoelessunbeschuht [selten]
shoemakerSchuhmacher {m}
shoemaker Schuster {m}
shoemaker [Am.] [coll.] [fig.] Flickschuster {m} [fig.] [Pfuscher]
shoemaker [who repairs shoes]Patschenflicker {m} [österr.] [regional] [Flickschuster]
Shoemaker GlacierShoemaker-Gletscher {m}
shoemaker journeyman Schuhknecht {m} [veraltet]
shoemakers Schuhmacher {pl}
shoemakersSchuster {pl}
shoemaker'sSchuhmacherei {f} [Werkstatt]
shoemaker's awl Schusterahle {f}
shoemaker's daughterSchuhmacherstochter {f}
shoemaker's hammer Schuhmacherhammer {m}
shoemaker's shop Schuhwerkstatt {f}
shoemakingSchuhmacherei {f}
shoemaking Schuhherstellung {f}
shoemaking awl Schuhmacherahle {f}
shoemenderFlickschuster {m}
shoepacs Überschuhe {pl}
shoepacs Regenschuhe {pl}
shoepolishSchuhcreme {f}
shoeprint Schuhabdruck {m}
shoesSchuhe {pl}
shoes Schuh {pl} [ugs.]
shoescraperSchuhkratzer {m}
shoeshineSchuheputzen {n}
shoeshine [Am.] [S.Afr.]Schuhputzen {n}
shoeshine boy Schuhputzer {m}
shoeshine girl Schuhputzerin {f}
shoeshiner [Am.]Schuhputzer {m}
shoeshiner [Am.]Wichser {m} [kurz für: Schuhwichser] [regional bzw. veraltet]
shoeshopSchuhladen {m}
shoespoon [shoehorn]Schuhlöffel {m}
shoespooner Schuhlöffel {m}
shoestring [Am.] miserabel [dürftig]
shoestring [Am.] Schuhsenkel {m}
shoestring [Am.] Schnürsenkel {m}
shoestring [Am.] Schuhbändel {m} {n} [schweiz. nur {m}]
shoestring [Am.] [coll.] paar Groschen {pl} [wenig Geld]
shoestring budget Minibudget {n}
shoestring budget Minimalbudget {n}
shoestring fern family {sg} [family Vittariaceae] Vittariaceen {pl} [Farngewächse]
shoestring fries [Am.]Strohkartoffeln {pl}
shoestring potatoesStrohkartoffeln {pl}
shoestrings Schuhsenkel {pl}
shoetreeSchuhspanner {m}
shoetreeSchuhstrecker {m}
shoetrees Schuhspanner {pl}
shofar Schofar {m}
shofar [ancient musical horn typically made of a ram's horn]Schofarhorn {n}
shofroth {pl}Schofaroth {pl}
shogun Shogun {m} [historischer Titel des Oberbefehlshabers der japanischen Armee]
shogunate Shogunat {n}
shogunate Schogunat {n} [Rsv.]
shojiShoji {f} {n}
Sholem Aleichem [pseud. of Solomon Naumovich Rabinovich] Scholem Alejchem {m}
shomiokite-(Y) [Na3Y [CO3]3·3H2O] Shomiokit-(Y) {m}
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