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snappy [coll.]flott [ugs.] [schick]
snappy [coll.] prickelnd [fig.]
snappy [coll.] [snappish]schnippisch [pej.]
snappy [coll.] [snappish] [often fig.]bissig [auch fig.: gehässig, scharfzüngig]
snappy [coll.] [stylish, smart] fesch [ugs.] [österr.] [südd.] [schick]
snap-reading methodMultimomentverfahren {n}
snapring [spv.] [snap ring]Sicherungsring {m}
snapsSchnaps {m}
snaps [Am.] Druckknöpfe {pl}
snapshooterKnipser {m} [ugs.] [Amateurfotograf]
snap-shotMomentaufnahme {f}
snapshot Schnappschuss {m}
snapshotSpeicherauszug {m}
snapshotMomentaufnahme {f}
snapshot Augenblicksaufnahme {f}
snapshotSchattenkopie {f}
Snapshot [Garry Disher] Schnappschuss
snapshot cameraSchnappschusskamera {f}
snapshot in timeMomentaufnahme {f} [fig.]
snap-shotsMomentaufnahmen {pl}
snapshots Schnappschüsse {pl}
snapshots Momentaufnahmen {pl}
snap-through buckle Durchschlag {m} [Knick]
snap-together [tools, toys, floors, etc.]zusammensteckbar [Werkzeug, Spielzeug, Fußböden etc.]
snap-together figureSteckfigur {f}
snapweeds [Impatiens, genus of flowering plants in the family Balsaminaceae]Springkräuter {pl}
snare Fallstrick {m}
snare Schlinge {f}
snare [also fig.] Falle {f} [auch fig.]
snare [coll.]kleine Trommel {f}
snare [snare drum] Schnarrsaite {f} [kleine Trommel]
snare catheter Schlingenkatheter {m}
snare drum kleine Trommel {f}
snare drumLeinentrommel {f}
snare (drum)Snare {f} [Schlagzeuger-Jargon]
snare (drum)Rührtrommel {f} [größer als die "kleine Trommel"]
snare wire Schlingendraht {m}
snared [caught, trapped] gefangen [i. d. R. mit einer Falle od. Schlinge]
snarer Schlingenleger {m}
snares [fig.] Fallstricke {pl}
Snares crested penguin [Eudyptes robustus]Snaresinselpinguin {m}
Snares crested penguin [Eudyptes robustus] Snares-Dickschnabelpinguin {m}
Snares crested penguin [Eudyptes robustus] Snarespinguin {m}
Snares Island penguin [Eudyptes robustus]Snaresinselpinguin {m}
Snares Islands Snaresinseln {pl}
Snares Islands penguin [Eudyptes robustus]Snaresinselpinguin {m}
Snares Islands penguin [Eudyptes robustus] Snares-Dickschnabelpinguin {m}
Snares Islands penguin [Eudyptes robustus]Snarespinguin {m}
snares of deathFallstricke {pl} des Todes
Snares penguin [Eudyptes robustus] Snaresinselpinguin {m}
Snares penguin [Eudyptes robustus] Snares-Dickschnabelpinguin {m}
Snares penguin [Eudyptes robustus]Snarespinguin {m}
snaring fangend
snaringSchlingen legend
snark [snide remark] [uncountable] abfällige Bemerkung {f} [höhnisch, spitz]
snarky [coll.] bissig [fig.]
snarky [coll.]abfällig
snarky [coll.] [esp. Am.] höhnisch
snarl Knurren {n}
snarl [in hair] Knoten {m} [im Haar]
snarl [in wool etc.]Gewirr {n} [von Schnüren etc.]
snarl [tangled mass of thread, hair, etc ]Fitz {m} [regional] [unentwirrbares Knäuel aus Fäden, Haar usw.]
snarled geknurrt
snarled verheddert
snarled [piled up]gestaut
snarled hairverfilztes Haar {n}
snarler [dog] bösartiger Hund {m}
snarler [NZ] [coll.] [sausage] Wurst {f}
snarling Knurren {n}
snarlingly knurrend
snarl-up Verkehrschaos {n}
snarl-up [coll.] Stau {m}
snarly verwirrend
snatchSchnapper {m}
snatchReißen {n} [Gewichtheben]
snatch [of conversation or music] Fetzen {m} [Wort- oder Musikfetzen]
snatch [vulg.] [female genitals] Möse {f} [vulg.] [Vagina]
snatch [vulg.] [female genitals] Fotze {f} [vulg.] [Vagina]
snatch [vulg.] [female genitals]Schnecke {f} [derb] [Vagina, Vulva]
snatch blockKlappblock {m}
snatch blockFußblock {m}
snatch blockUmlenkrolle {f} [für Seile]
snatch of a melody Stückchen {n} von einer Melodie
snatch of a songStückchen {n} von einem Lied
snatch of sleep kurzes Schläfchen {n}
snatch of songkurzes Lied {n}
snatch of talkGesprächsfetzen {m}
snatch squad [Br.]Greifertrupp {m} [auch: Greiftrupp]
snatch theft Entreißdiebstahl {m}
snatched gegriffen
snatched gehascht
snatched geschnappt
snatched [glimpse] erhascht
Snatched [Sutton Roley] Ein kleiner, aber tödlicher Fehler
snatched awayweggefangen
snatched away weggerissen
snatched awayabgejagt
snatched fromentrissen
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