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EnglishGerman
squeezingquetschend
squeezingzusammenpressend
squeezing Einquetschen {n}
squeezing [e.g. lemon, comedo] Ausdrücken {n} [z. B. Zitrone, Pickel]
squeezing machine Presse {f}
squeezing mechanism Quetschmechanismus {m}
squeezing off abdrückend
squeezing out ausquetschend
squeezing outVerdrängung {f}
squeezing through durchzwängend
squeezy knautschig [ugs.]
squelch glucksendes Geräusch {n}
squelchPlatsch {m}
squelch Rauschsperre {f}
squelch thresholdRauschsperrenschwelle {f}
squelched zermahlen
squelched [coll.] [rumor]unterdrückt
squelching zermahlend
squelchingzermalmend
squelchy quatschig [ugs.] [selten] [matschig, bes. Weg, Boden]
squib Knallfrosch {m}
squib [Am.]Zündpille {f} [Airbag, Gurtstraffer]
squib [Aus.] Feigling {m}
squib [obs.] erbärmlicher Kerl {m}
squib [satire] Satire {f} [kurze satirische Schrift]
squib [satirical verse] Spottvers {m}
squib [small firework] Frosch {m} [Knallfrosch]
squib (load) Rohrkrepierer {m}
squib round Rohrkrepierer {m}
squibbedverpufft
squibbing bespöttelnd
squibs Frösche {pl}
squid Kalmar {m}
squid Tintenfisch {m}
squid zehnarmiger Tintenfisch {m}
squid {pl} [coll.] [pound sterling] [Br.] Öcken {pl} [ugs.]
squid [treated as sg. or pl.] [any of an order (Teuthoidea) of cephalopods] Tintenfische {pl}
Squid / squid [British World War II ship-mounted anti-submarine weapon] Squid {m} [U-Boot-Abwehrwaffe]
squid cocktail Tintenfisch-Cocktail {m}
squid speciesTintenfischart {f}
squid species {pl}Tintenfischarten {pl}
squidgy [Br.] [coll.] glitschig
squidgy [Br.] [coll.] nass und weich
squids [any of an order (Teuthoidea) of cephalopods]Tintenfische {pl}
squids [class Cephalopoda] Tintenschnecken {pl} [ugs.] [Tintenfische]
Squidward Tentacles [SpongeBob SquarePants] Thaddäus Tentakel [SpongeBob Schwammkopf]
squidworm [Teuthidodrilus samae] Teuthidodrilus (samae) {m}
squiff [Br.] [coll.] leicht betrunken
squiffed [Br.] [coll.] [slightly drunk] leicht betrunken [beschwipst]
squiffed [Br.] [coll.] [slightly drunk]beschwipst
squiffier [coll.] angesäuselter [ugs.]
squiffiest [Br.] [coll.] angetrunkenste
squiffy [Br.] [coll.] angeschickert [ugs.] [leicht betrunken]
squiffy [Br.] [coll.] angesäuselt [ugs.]
squiffy [Br.] [coll.] beschickert [ugs.] [leicht betrunken]
squiffy [Br.] [coll.] [slightly drunk]leicht betrunken [beschwipst]
squiffy [Br.] [coll.] [slightly drunk] beschwipst [ugs.]
squiggleSchlingern {n}
squiggle Schnörkel {m}
squiggle [Am.] [Dal Segno sign, segno] <D.S.>Segno {m} [Dal-segno-Zeichen] <D.S.>
squiggledverschnörkelt
squiggles Schnörkel {pl}
squiggling verschnörkelnd
squiggly verschnörkelt
squiggly schnörkelig
squillMeerzwiebel {f}
squill [genus Scilla]Blaustern {m}
Squilliam Fancyson [SpongeBob SquarePants] Siegbert Schnösel [SpongeBob Schwammkopf]
squillion [Br.] [sl.]Unmenge {f}
squillion [coll.]Abermillionen {pl}
squillionaire [coll.] [hum.] Fantastillionär {m} [ugs.] [hum.] [selten]
squillions of pounds [coll.]Abermillionen {pl} Pfund
squinancywort [Asperula cynanchica] Hügel-Meier {m}
squinancywort [Asperula cynanchica] Hügel-Meister {m}
squinchTrompe {f} [Gewölbezwickel]
squincywort [Asperula cynanchica]Hügel-Meier {m}
squincywort [Asperula cynanchica] Hügel-Meister {m}
squinney [Ictidomys tridecemlineatus, syn.: Spermophilus tridecemlineatus] Dreizehnstreifenziesel {m} [österr. meist {n}]
squinney [Ictidomys tridecemlineatus, syn.: Spermophilus tridecemlineatus] Dreizehnstreifen-Hörnchen {n}
squinney [Ictidomys tridecemlineatus, syn.: Spermophilus tridecemlineatus] Dreizehnstreifen-Erdhörnchen {n}
squinny [SE Br.]Heulsuse {f} [ugs.] [pej.]
squint schielend
squint Strabismus {m}
squint [coll.]flüchtiger Blick {m}
squint [hagioscope]Hagioskop {n}
squint [hagioscope]Lepraspalte {f} [Hagioskop]
squint [inclination, tendency] Neigung {f} [bes. seltene oder abartige]
squint [indirect reference]indirekter Hinweis {m}
squint [walleye]Schielen {n} [auswärts]
squint angleSchielwinkel {m}
squint angleFehlwinkel {m} [Schielwinkel (Winkelversatz zwischen optischer und mechanischer Achse)]
squint diagnosis [process]Schieldiagnostik {f}
squint therapy Schieltherapie {f}
squintedgeschielt
squinter Schielender {m}
squinterSchieler {m}
squint-eyed schielend
squintingschielend
squinting [Am.] [looking at sth./sb. with envy] missgünstig blickend
squinting [reacting to strong light] blinzelnd
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