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snack stand Imbißbude {f} [alt] [Stand]
snack stand Imbissstand {m}
snack stand Imbißstand {m} [alt]
snack vending machine Snackautomat {m}
snackbarImbissstube {f}
snack-bar Jausenstation {f} [österr.]
snackbar Snackbar {f}
snackbarSchnellimbiss {m}
snackbar Garküche {f}
snackette [Am.] [Caribbean] Imbiss {m}
snacks Schnellimbisse {pl}
snacks Snacks {pl}
snacksImbisse {pl}
snacks {pl} [nuts, chips etc.] Knabberzeug {n}
snacky [coll.] snackartig [selten]
snaffle Trense {f} [Trensenzaum]
snaffle Trensenzäumung {f}
snaffle Trensenzaum {m}
snaffle bitTrensengebiss {n}
snaffle (bit)Trense {f} [Mundstück]
snaffle cheekpiece Trensenbackenstück {n} [Zaumzeug]
snaffle reinsTrensenzügel {pl}
snafuChaos {n}
snafu [Am.] [coll.] Patzer {m} [ugs.]
snafued [Am.] [sl.] verpatzt [ugs.]
snafuingverpatzend [ugs.]
snagAststumpf {m}
snagBaumstumpf {m} [in Flüssen]
snagFadenzieher {m} [in Textilien]
snagKnorren {m}
snagStummel {m}
snag Zahnstumpf {m}
snag Senkholz {n}
snag [Aus.] [coll.] Würstchen {n}
snag [Aus.] [coll.] [sausage]Wurst {f}
snag [hidden difficulty] Haken {m} [fig.]
snag [hidden obstacle] Hindernis {n}
snag [in a piece of cloth etc.] Riss {m} [in Stoff]
snag [negative aspect]Pferdefuß {m} [fig.]
snag [pulled thread]gezogener Faden {m}
snag [snag tree]abgestorbener Baum {m}
snag [unexpected difficulty]unerwartete Schwierigkeit {f}
snag [unexpected problem] unerwartetes Problem {n}
snag list [esp. Br.]Mängelliste {f}
snag tree stehendes Totholz {n}
snagger [Aus.] [coll.] Würstchen {n}
snagging Grobschliff {m}
snagging-list [Br.] Mängelliste {f}
snaggle tooth [abgebrochener oder außerhalb der Reihe stehender Zahn]
snaggle tooth [rare] [person with snaggle teeth] [Person mit abgebrochenen, vorstehenden oder unregelmäßigen Zähnen]
snaggleteeth [abgebrochene, vorstehende oder unregelmäßige Zähne]
snaggletooth[abgebrochener, vorstehender oder unregelmäßiger Zahn]
snaggletooth shark [Hemipristis elongatus]Fossilhai {m}
snaggletooth snails [family Chondrinidae] Kornschnecken {pl}
snaggle-toothed[mit abgebrochenen, vorstehenden oder unregelmäßigen Zähnen]
snaggy knorrig
snags Stummel {pl}
snailSchnecke {f}
snailSchneck {m} [österr.] [südd.]
snail [fig.] lahmer Kerl {m} [fig.]
snail [fig.] Schnecke {f} [fig.]
snail bait poisoning Schneckenkornvergiftung {f}
snail brothSchneckenbrühe {f}
snail butter Schneckenbutter {f}
snail clover [genus Medicago] Schneckenklee {m}
snail fever [schistosomiasis, bilharzia]Bilharziose {f} [Schistosomiasis]
snail fever [schistosomiasis]Schistosomiasis {f}
snail fork Schneckengabel {f}
snail kite [Rostrhamus sociabilis] Schneckenweih {m}
snail kite [Rostrhamus sociabilis] Schneckenmilan {m}
snail mail Snail-Mail {f} [reguläre Post im Gegensatz zur E-Mail]
snail mail [coll.]Schneckenpost {f} [ugs.]
snail mail [coll.]Briefpost {f}
snail medick [Medicago scutellata]Schild-Schneckenklee {m}
snail opheliid [Ophelia limacina, syn.: O. eruciformis, O. taurica, Ammotrypane limacina]Großer Hamletwurm {m}
snail opheliid [Ophelia limacina, syn.: O. eruciformis, O. taurica, Ammotrypane limacina] Schneckenwurm {m}
snail paceSchneckentempo {n} [ugs.]
snail race [SpongeBob Squarepants]Schneckenrennen {n} [SpongeBob Schwammkopf]
snail set Schneckenbesteck {n}
snail shell Schneckenhaus {n}
snail shell horn Schneckenhorn {n}
snail shellsSchneckenhäuser {pl}
snail slimeSchneckenschleim {m}
snail soup Schneckensuppe {f}
snail tongs {pl} Schneckenzange {f}
snail with shellHäuschenschnecke {f} [ugs.]
(snail) shellSchneckengehäuse {n}
(snail) shell Schneckenschale {f} [seltener für: Schneckenhaus]
snailcase bagworm [Apterona helicoidella] [moth] Schneckenhaussackträger {m} [Nachtfalterspezies]
snail-case caddisflies [family Helicopsychidae, order Trichoptera]Helicopsychiden {pl} [Köcherfliegenfamilie]
snail-eaters [genus Dipsas](Amerikanische) Schneckennattern {pl}
snail-eaters [genus Dipsas] Dickkopfnattern {pl}
snail-eating beetle [Cychrus caraboides] Gewöhnlicher Schaufelläufer {m}
snail-eating beetle [Cychrus caraboides] Körniger Schaufelläufer {m}
snail-eating coua [Coua delalandei] [extinct] Delalande-Seidenkuckuck {m} [ausgestorben]
snailfish [Liparidae]Scheibenbäuche {pl}
snailfur / snail fur [Hydractinia echinata]Stachelpolyp {m}
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