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to scrawl krakeln [ugs.]
to scrawl a lettereinen Buchstaben hinkritzeln
to scrawl on sth. etw. bekritzeln
to scrawl on sth.etw. beschmieren [vollkritzeln]
to scrawl over verschmieren [Wände etc. mit Graffiti]
to scrawl sth.etw. klieren [nordd.] [undeutlich schreiben]
to screakkreischen
to screak zwillen [österr.] [ugs.]
to scream brüllen
to scream schreien
to scream kreischen
to scream krächzen
to scream [wind, engine, siren]heulen [Wind, Sirene, Motor]
to scream alarmAlarm rufen
to scream alarmAlarm schlagen
to scream alarmAlarm schreien
to scream at sb.jdn. anbrüllen
to scream at sb. jdn. ankeifen
to scream at the top of one's voice schreien so laut man kann
to scream bloody murder [esp. Am.] [idiom]Zeter und Mordio schreien [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to scream bloody murder [fig.] [esp. Am.] Zetermordio schreien [Zeter und Mordio schreien]
to scream blue murder [Br.] [coll.] mörderisch schreien
to scream blue murder [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]Zeter und Mordio schreien [Redewendung]
to scream blue murder [coll.] [idiom] brüllen wie am Spieß [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to scream defiancevoll Hohn aufschreien
to scream for one's life um sein Leben schreien
to scream in pain vor Schmerzen schreien
to scream like a banshee wie am Spieß schreien
to scream like a lunatic [idiom]wie von Sinnen schreien [Redewendung]
to scream one's head off sich [Dat.] die Lunge aus dem Hals / Halse schreien
to scream one's head off [coll.]wie am Spieß schreien [ugs.]
to scream one's head off [idiom]sich [Dat.] die Seele aus dem Leib schreien [Redewendung]
to scream one's lungs out [idiom]sich [Dat.] die Seele aus dem Leib schreien [Redewendung]
to scream oneself hoarsesich heiser schreien
to scream outaufschreien
to scream out a curse einen Fluch hinausschreien
to scream out orders Befehle hinausschreien
to scream the loudest am lautesten schreien
to scream with horrorvor Entsetzen aufschreien
to scream with laughter vor Lachen schreien
to scream with laughter vor Lachen kreischen
to scream with painvor Schmerz brüllen
to scream with pain vor Schmerz aufschreien
to scream with pleasure vor Lust aufschreien
to scream your head off aus Leibeskräften schreien
[to scream so loudly that it can be heard all down the street] häuserweit schreien
to screechkreischen
to screech schreien
to screech krächzen
to screech to a haltmit kreischenden Bremsen zum Stehen kommen
to screed [concrete] abziehen [Beton]
to screen rastern
to screenselektieren
to screen screenen [fachspr.]
to screen vorführen
to screen zeigen [vorführen]
to screen [also fig.]durchsieben [auch fig.]
to screen [check, examine]überprüfen
to screen [check, examine]sorgfältig untersuchen
to screen [cover, shield from view] verdecken
to screen [examine in detail] durchleuchten [kritisch untersuchen]
to screen [filter] filtern
to screen [protect]beschützen
to screen [protect]schirmen
to screen [protect] schützen [schirmen]
to screen [shield, protect] beschirmen
to screen [shield] abschirmen
to screen [shield]decken [abschirmen]
to screen [sort out] aussieben [fig.]
to screen a filmeinen Film zeigen
to screen a picture ein Bild projizieren
to screen a programme [Br.]ein Programm zeigen
to screen candidates [fig.] Kandidaten durchleuchten [fig.]
to screen from sth. [protect]vor etw. [Dat.] schützen
to screen from the sun vor der Sonne schützen
to screen from the windvor dem Wind schützen
to screen incoming calls eingehende Anrufe filtern
to screen offabblenden
to screen off [durch einen Schirm / Vorhang / eine Wand] abtrennen
to screen (out) aussondern
to screen sandSand sieben
to screen sb.jdn. überprüfen
to screen sb. from sth. [protect] jdn. vor etw. [Dat.] beschützen
to screen sb./sth. for sth.jdn./etw. auf etw. hin untersuchen
to screen sth. [check, examine]etw. genau überprüfen
to screen sth. [sieve]etw. sieben [z. B. Korn, Gold]
to screen the applications [for a job]die Bewerbungen sichten [für eine Stelle]
to screen-mesh sth. etw. seihen [ugs.] [regional] [durchseihen]
to screw schrauben
to screw [coll.] [scrimp, be stingy]knausern [ugs.]
to screw [vulg.] [to have coitus] mausen [vulg.] [regional] [koitieren]
to screw [vulg.] [to have sex] bumsen [vulg.]
to screw [vulg.] [to have sex] ficken [vulg.]
to screw [vulg.] [to have sex] poppen [vulg.]
to screw [vulg.] [to have sex]rammeln [vulg.]
to screw a debtor einen Schuldner unter Druck setzen
to screw a promise out of sb.jdm. ein Versprechen abringen
to screw anything with a heartbeat [sl.] alles vögeln, was nicht bei drei auf dem Baum / den Bäumen ist [ugs.]
to screw around [Am.] [coll.]herumgammeln [etw. sinn- und ziellos betreiben]
to screw around [coll.]herumhuren [ugs.]
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