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snitched [coll.] [stolen] geklaut [ugs.]
snitcher Informant {m}
snitcher [coll.] Spitzel {m}
snitches [coll.] Informanten {pl}
snitches [coll.]Spitzel {pl}
snitches [coll.]Petzen {pl} [ugs.] [pej.]
snitching [coll.]klauend [ugs.]
S-nitrosylation S-Nitrosylierung {f}
snits Frustrationen {pl}
snitty [esp. Am.] [coll.] [offended by petty things] eingeschnappt [ugs.] [pej.]
snivel triefende Nase {f}
sniveler [Am.] Jammerer {m}
sniveling schluchzend
sniveling [Am.]wehleidig
..., sniveling simp he is. [coll.]..., ganz der Jammerlappen, wie man ihn kennt. [ugs.]
snivelled [Br.]geschluchzt
sniveller Heulmeier {m}
snivellerHeulpeter {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
sniveller Heulsuse {f} [ugs.] [pej.]
sniveller [Br.]Jammerer {m}
snivelling [Br.]wehleidig
snivelling [Br.] Geheule {n}
snivelling [Br.]schluchzend
SNMP manageable über / per SNMP ansprechbar
snob Großtuer {m}
snob Snob {m} [pej.]
snobWichtigtuer {m}
snob [pej.] Piefke {m} [bes. nordd.] [pej.] [Angeber, Wichtigtuer etc.]
snob effectSnobeffekt {m}
snobbery Snobismus {m}
snobbery Vornehmtuerei {f}
snobbery Aufgeblasenheit {f} [ugs.]
snobbery Standesdünkel {m} [pej.]
Snobbery With Violence [An Edwardian Murder Mystery, #1] [Marion Chesney] Tod auf Telby Castle
snobbier snobistischer
snobbish protzig [ugs.]
snobbish aufgeblasen
snobbish snobistisch [pej.]
snobbish versnobt [pej.]
snobbishly snobistisch [pej.]
snobbishness Snobismus {m}
snobbishnessVersnobtheit {f} [ugs.]
snobbismSnobismus {m}
snobby versnobt [pej.]
snobby snobistisch [pej.]
Sno-Cat ® [snowcat] Loipenraupe {f}
snockered [sl.] sternhagelvoll [ugs.] [völlig betrunken]
snoek [Thyrsites atun] Snoek {m}
snoezelen room [multi-sensory room] Snoezelenraum {m} [auch Snoezelraum]
snog [Br.] [coll.]Schmatzer {m} [ugs.] [Kuss]
snogging [Br.] [coll.] Knutschen {n} [ugs.]
snollygoster [sl.] [dated][nur an eigenen Interessen orientierter Politiker]
snood Haarnetz {n}
snood [scarf-hood combination] Snood {m} [Kapuzenschal]
snookerSnooker {n} [Billardspiel]
snooker ball Snookerball {m}
snooker ball Snookerkugel {f}
snooker player Snookerspieler {m}
snooker table Snookertisch {m}
snookered gesnookert
snookums [coll.] Schätzchen {n} [Kosewort, auch ironisch]
snoop [coll.] [person] Schnüffler {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
snoop [female] [coll.] Schnüfflerin {f} [ugs.]
snooped geschnüffelt
snooped around herumspioniert
snooperSchnüffler {m}
snooper Aufklärer {m}
snooper [female]Schnüfflerin {f}
snoopers Schnüffler {pl}
snooperscope Infrarotnachtglas {n}
snooperscope Infrarotvisier {n} mit Bildwandler
snoopery Schnüffelei {f}
snoopier neugieriger
snoopiest neugierigste
snooping schnüffelnd
snooping Schnüffeln {n}
snooping Schnüffelei {f} [ugs.] [pej.]
snooping [coll.] herumspionierend [ugs.]
snooping around herumspionierend
snooping aroundHerumschnüffelei {f} [ugs.]
snooping (around) Geschnüffel {n} [ugs.] [Ausspionieren]
snooping program [Am.]Spähprogramm {n}
snooping software Schnüffelsoftware {f}
Snoops [American comedy-drama television series] Snoops - Charmant und brandgefährlich
snoopy nudibranch [Jorunna funebris, syn.: J. zania, Doris funebris, Kentrodoris annuligera, K. funebris, K. gigas, K. maculosa]Trauer-Sternschnecke {f} [Meeresnacktschneckenart]
snoot Grimasse {f}
snoot Schnute {f} [ugs., bes. nordd.]
snootier [coll.] hochnäsiger
snootier [coll.] rotziger
snootiest [coll.]hochnäsigste [ugs.] [pej.]
snootiest [coll.]rotzigste [derb]
snootily [coll.] hochnäsig [ugs.]
snootily [coll.]arroganterweise
snootily [coll.]von oben herab
snootiness Hochnäsigkeit {f}
snootinessEingebildetheit {f}
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