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snipe fly [family Rhagionidae] Schnepfenfliege {f}
snipe nose pliers {pl} [one pair]Flachrundzange {f}
sniped geschossen
snipedweggeputzt [ugs.] [erschossen, erledigt]
snipe-fish [Macroramphosus scolopax] Gewöhnlicher Schnepfenfisch {m}
snipefish [Macroramphosus scolopax]Gewöhnlicher Schnepfenfisch {m}
sniperHeckenschütze {m}
sniper Scharfschütze {m}
sniper [female] Heckenschützin {f}
sniper [female] Scharfschützin {f}
Sniper [Luis Llosa] Sniper - Der Scharfschütze
sniper fire Heckenschützenfeuer {n}
sniper rifle Scharfschützengewehr {n}
sniper rifleHeckenschützengewehr {n}
sniper scope Scharfschützen-Zielfernrohr {n}
sniper scope Scharfschützenzielfernrohr {n}
sniper (shooting) matScharfschützenmatte {f}
snipe-rail [Capellirallus karamu] [extinct] Schnepfenralle {f} [ausgestorben]
snipersHeckenschützen {pl}
snipers Scharfschützen {pl}
sniper-scope Infrarot-Zielfernrohr {n}
snipesSchnepfen {pl}
snipe's bill [Haustellum haustellum, syn.: H. laeve, Aranea denudata, Murex erythrostoma, M. haustellum, M. scolopaceus] [species of sea snail] Schnepfenkopf {m} [Meeresschneckenart]
snipe's bill [Haustellum haustellum, syn.: H. laeve, Aranea denudata, Murex erythrostoma, M. haustellum, M. scolopaceus] [species of sea snail] Schnepfenschnabel {m} [Meeresschneckenart]
snipe's bill [Haustellum haustellum, syn.: H. laeve, Aranea denudata, Murex erythrostoma, M. haustellum, M. scolopaceus] [species of sea snail]Schöpfer {m} [Meeresschneckenart]
snipingwegputzend
sniping aus dem Hinterhalt schießend
sniping {sg} [fig.] Querschüsse {pl} [fig.]
snipped geschnippelt
snippedgeschnippt
snippet Schnipsel {m} {n}
snippet Bruchstück {n}
snippet Ausschnitt {m}
snippet [Am.] [coll.] [rare] [a small or insignificant person] Wicht {m} [pej.] [kleiner oder unwichtiger Mensch]
snippet of conversation Gesprächsfetzen {m}
snippetsSchnipsel {pl}
snippety [snippy]bruchstückhaft
snipping schnippelnd
snipping schnippend
snippingFragment {n} [Papier, Stoff etc.]
snippingStückchen {n}
snipping of informationInformationsfetzen {m}
snipping of knowledge aufgeschnapptes Teilwissen {n}
snippybruchstückartig
snippy bruchstückhaft
snippy [Am.] [coll.] schnippisch
snippy [Am.] [coll.] kurz angebunden [ugs.] [abweisend]
snirt [Scot.] [suppressed laugh] unterdrücktes Lachen {n}
snit [Am.] [coll.] Frustration {f}
snit fit [Am.] [sl.] Wutanfall {m}
snitch [coll.] Petze {f} [ugs.]
snitch [coll.] Spitzel {m}
snitch [coll.] Petzer {m} [ugs.]
snitch [coll.]Petzliese {f} [ugs.]
snitch [coll.] Plaudertasche {f} [ugs.] [Petzer]
snitch [coll.] Informant {m}
snitched [coll.] [stolen] geklaut [ugs.]
snitcherInformant {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}
snitsFrustrationen {pl}
snitty [esp. Am.] [coll.] [offended by petty things]eingeschnappt [ugs.] [pej.]
snivel triefende Nase {f}
sniveler [Am.] Jammerer {m}
snivelingschluchzend
sniveling [Am.]wehleidig
..., sniveling simp he is. [coll.] ..., ganz der Jammerlappen, wie man ihn kennt. [ugs.]
snivelled [Br.] geschluchzt
snivellerHeulmeier {m}
snivellerHeulpeter {m} [ugs.] [pej.]
snivellerHeulsuse {f} [ugs.] [pej.]
sniveller [Br.] Jammerer {m}
snivelling [Br.]wehleidig
snivelling [Br.] Geheule {n}
snivelling [Br.] schluchzend
SNMP manageableüber / per SNMP ansprechbar
snob Großtuer {m}
snobSnob {m} [pej.]
snobWichtigtuer {m}
snob [pej.]Piefke {m} [bes. nordd.] [pej.] [Angeber, Wichtigtuer etc.]
snob effectSnobeffekt {m}
snobberySnobismus {m}
snobbery Vornehmtuerei {f}
snobbery Aufgeblasenheit {f} [ugs.]
snobberyStandesdünkel {m} [pej.]
Snobbery With Violence [An Edwardian Murder Mystery, #1] [Marion Chesney]Tod auf Telby Castle
snobbiersnobistischer
snobbiest snobistischste
snobbish protzig [ugs.]
snobbish aufgeblasen
snobbish snobistisch [pej.]
snobbish versnobt [pej.]
snobbish [pej.] hochnäsig [ugs.] [pej.]
snobbishly versnobt
snobbishly snobistisch [pej.]
snobbishly [pej.] hochnäsig [ugs.] [pej.]
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