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to scheme a revolt einen Aufstand planen
to scheme an intrigue eine Intrige anzetteln
to scheme in secretinsgeheim planen
to scheme sth.etw. [Akk.] im Schilde führen [Redewendung]
to scheme sth. etw. aushecken [ugs.]
to schillerize Schillern verleihen
to Schillerize [rare] [imitate Schiller] schillerisieren
to schlep [esp. Am.] [coll.] sich schleppen
to schlep [esp. Am.] [coll.] schleppen
to schlepp [esp. Am.] [coll.](sich) schleppen
to schlepp oneself someplace [Am.] [coll.] sich irgendwo hinbemühen [ugs.]
to schlump around [Am.] [coll.] herumhängen [ugs.]
to schmoozeschwätzen [bes. südd.] [schwatzen]
to schmoozesich locker unterhalten
to schmooze [esp. Am.] [coll.]plaudern
to schmooze sb. [coll.] jdm. Honig ums Maul schmieren [fig.] [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to schmooze sb. [coll.] jdm. Honig um den Bart schmieren [fig.] [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to school schwärmen
to schooleinen Schwarm bilden
to school a dogeinen Hund trainieren
to school oneself in patienceGeduld einüben
to school sb.jdn. erziehen
to school sb. jdn. lehren
to school sb. jdn. schulen
to school sb.jdn. beschulen [geh.]
to school sb. [archaic] jdn. tadeln
to schtup [sl.] [copulate with a woman or another man] [from Yidd.] [chiefly Am.] ficken [vulg.]
to schuss schussfahren [Ski]
to scientify sth. [make more scientific]etw. verwissenschaftlichen
to scientize wissenschaftlich handeln
to scintillate funkeln
to scintillate glitzern
to scintillate brillieren [in einer Aufführung, Diskussion]
to scintillate [be lively or brilliant] [fig.]bravourieren [selten] [bravourös sein]
to scissor sth. etw. schneiden [mit der Schere]
to sclaff [esp. Br.] [golf][bei einem Golfschlag den Rasen anstelle des Balls treffen]
to sclerotise [Br.]aushärten [Chitinpanzer etc.]
to sclerotizeaushärten [Chitinpanzer etc.]
to scoff [Br.] [coll.] [food]in sich hineinstopfen [ugs.]
to scoff [Br.] [coll.] [eat greedily] verspachteln [ugs.] [aufessen]
to scoff [Br.] [food] futtern [ugs.]
to scoff [Br.] [food]verputzen [ugs.]
to scoff [mock]spotten
to scoff [mock]spötteln
to scoff at höhnen über
to scoff at spotten über
to scoff at sich verächtlich äußern über
to scoff at everything [deride or mock others frequently]auf der Bank der Spötter sitzen [fig.] [geh.] [ein Spötter sein]
to scoff at sb.jdn. verspotten
to scoff at sb./sth. sich über jdn./etw. lustig machen
to scoff sth. [Br.] [coll.] [eat sth. quickly and greedily] sich [Dat.] den Bauch mit etw. vollschlagen [ugs.]
to scoff sth. [Br.] [coll.] [eat sth. quickly and greedily] etw. verschlingen [etw. hastig und gierig essen]
to scoff sth. [Br.] [coll.] [eat sth. quickly and greedily]etw. hinunterschlingen
to scoff sth. [Br.] [coll.] [food] etw. verdrücken [ugs.] [essen]
to scoff the lot [coll.]alles wegfressen [ugs.]
to scold ausschimpfen
to scold schelten [geh.] [oft auch regional]
to scoldzanken
to scoldausschelten
to scold auszanken [regional]
to scoldkapiteln [regional] [ausschelten]
to scoldschimpfen [schelten]
to scold zetern [keifen]
to scold [in a loud and shrill way (esp. women)] keifen [pej.]
to scold a childein Kind schelten [geh.]
to scold sb. jdn. ausschelten
to scold sb.jdn. beschimpfen
to scold sb.jdn. ausfenstern [veraltet]
to scold jdm. schimpfen
to scold sb. for sth. jdn. für etw. schelten
to scollop Speisen in Muschelschale überbacken
to scooch [Am.] [coll.] [also: scootch] [crouch]kauern
to scooch by [Am.] [coll.] [also: scootch by] sich [Akk.] vorbeiquetschen [ugs.]
to scooch closer [Am.] [coll.] näher rücken
to scooch over [Am.] [coll.] [= scoot over] rüberrutschen [ugs.]
to scoop schaufeln
to scoopausschöpfen
to scoopbaggern
to scoopschlenzen
to scoop [coll.] [get the better of] zuvorkommen
to scoop [prize / jackpot / award] gewinnen
to scoop [prize / jackpot / award] holen [ugs.]
to scoop coalKohle schaufeln
to scoop earth Erde ausheben
to scoop in einstecken [Gewinn]
to scoop (on)jdm. zuvorkommen (mit, bei)
to scoop (on) sb. [sl.] [Am.] jdn. ausstechen (mit / bei)
to scoop out ausgraben
to scoop outausleeren
to scoop out ausschöpfen
to scoop out [hollow out] aushöhlen
to scoop out waterWasser ausschöpfen
to scoop sb. off the streetjdn. von der Straße aufgreifen
to scoop sb./sth. up [lift] jdn./etw. schwungvoll hochheben
to scoop sth. [liquids]etw. schöpfen [Wasser etc.]
to scoop the market abräumen
to scoop up scheffeln [Geld]
to scoop up aufschaufeln
to scoop up zusammenschaufeln
to scoop up voters on the right rechte Wählerstimmen einsammeln
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