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EnglishGerman
snooty [coll.]patzig [ugs.]
snooty [coll.] großkotzig [ugs.]
snooty [coll.]hochnäsig [ugs.]
snooty [coll.]versnobt
snooze Schlummer {m}
snooze [Am.] [coll.] langweilige Sache {f}
snooze [coll.]Nickerchen {n} [ugs.]
snooze [coll.]Schläfchen {n}
snooze alarmSchlummerfunktion {f} [Wecker]
snooze button Schlummertaste {f}
snoozedgedöst
snoozed geschlummert
snoozefest [coll.] [an extremely boring event, discussion, etc.] [ein sehr langweiliges Geschehen / Event im Allgemeinen]
snoozey [coll.] schlummernd
snoozingein Nickerchen machend
snoozing [coll.]dösend [ugs.]
snoozy [coll.] schlummernd
snore [sound produced] Schnarcher {m} [Geräusch]
snore sensorSchnarchsensor {m}
snoredgeschnarcht
snorer Schnarcher {m}
snorer [female] Schnarcherin {f}
snoring schnarchend
snoring Geschnarche {n} [ugs.]
snoring Schnarchen {n}
snoringRhonchopathie {f} [Schnarchen]
snoring rail [Aramidopsis plateni]Schnarchralle {f}
snoring therapySchnarchtherapie {f}
Snork Maiden [from the Moomin stories by Tove Jansson] Snorkfräulein {n} [aus den Mumingeschichten]
snorkelSchnorchel {m}
snorkel equipment Schnorchelausrüstung {f}
snorkel mask Schnorchelmaske {f}
snorkel viper [Deinagkistrodon acutus]Chinesische Nasenotter {f}
snorkeled [Am.]geschnorchelt
snorkeler [Am.] Schnorchler {m}
snorkeling [Am.]schnorchelnd
snorkeling [Am.] Schnorcheln {n}
snorkeling area Schnorchelgebiet {n}
snorkeling excursion Schnorchelexkursion {f}
snorkelled [Br.] geschnorchelt
snorkeller [Br.]Schnorchler {m}
snorkel-like schnorchelähnlich
snorkelling [Br.] Schnorcheln {n}
snorkelling [Br.] schnorchelnd
snorkels schnorchelt
snorker [Br.] [Navy slang] Dosenwurst {f}
Snorks Die Schnorchels
snort Prusten {n}
snort Schnauben {n}
snort [Am.] [sl.]kleiner Drink {m}
snorted geschnaubt
snortedgeschnoben [veraltet]
snorter [Br.] [coll.] [dated] Mordsding {n} [ugs.]
snorter [coll.] [snorting person]Schnarcher {m} [ugs.]
snortiness Verächtlichkeit {f}
snorting schnaubend
snortingprustend
snortingSchnauben {n}
snorting [cocaine]schnupfend [Kokain]
snorting with rage [postpos.]wutschnaubend
snorty [Br.] [coll.] verächtlich
snot [coll.] Rotz {m} [vulg.]
snot [coll.] Schnodder {m} [vulg.]
snot [coll.] Schnuder {m} [schweiz.] [südd.] [Rotz, Nasensekret]
snot [coll.] [nasal mucus]Rotze {f} [regional] [ugs.] [derb für: Nasenschleim]
snot [coll.] [snotty person]Schnösel {m} [pej.] [ugs.]
snot [sl.] [contemptible person] Scheißkerl {m} [vulg.]
snot rag [coll.] [handkerchief]Rotztuch {n} [ugs.] [Taschentuch]
snot rag [sl.] Rotzlappen {m} [ugs.]
snotnose [coll.]Rotznase {f} [ugs.] [freches Kind]
snot-nosed [coll.]überheblich
snot-nosed [coll.]rotznäsig [ugs.]
snot-nosed brat [coll.]Rotzlöffel {m} [ugs.]
snotrag [sl.] Rotzfahne {f}
snot-rag [sl.]Rotzfahne {f}
snottier [coll.]rotziger
snottiest [coll.] rotzigste [derb]
snottily rotzig
snottinessGemeinheit {f}
snottite [primitive cave-dwelling life form]Snottite {m} [primitives Lebewesen in Höhlen]
snotty [coll.]rotzig
snotty [coll.] rotznäsig [ugs.]
snotty [coll.]rotzfrech [ugs.]
snotty [coll.] [supercilious] schnöselig [ugs.]
snotty [coll.] pampig [ugs.]
snotty [coll.] patzig [ugs.]
snotty brat [coll.] Rotzlöffel {m} [ugs.]
snotty brat [coll.]Rotznase {f} [ugs.] [freches Kind]
snotty brat [coll.] Rotzlümmel {m} [ugs.]
snotty brat [coll.]Rotzbengel {m} [ugs.]
snotty brat [coll.] Rotzpipe {f} [ugs.] [österr.]
snotty little madam [coll.]Rotzgöre {f} [ugs.]
snotty little madam [coll.] Rotzgör {n} [ugs.]
snotty little upstart [coll.]Schnösel {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
snotty (little) miss [coll.] Rotzgöre {f} [ugs.]
snotty (little) miss [coll.] Rotzgör {n} [ugs.]
snotty Motcomb Street [London] die hochnäsige Motcomb Straße {f}
snotty nose [coll.] Rotznase {f} [ugs.] [laufende Nase]
snotty-nosed brat [coll.]Rotzbengel {m} [ugs.]
snotty-nosed brat [coll.] Rotzlöffel {m} [ugs.]
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