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to scratch a noteeine Notiz hinkritzeln
to scratch a wall with pictures eine Wand beschmieren
to scratch alongsich durchschlagen
to scratch an entry from an accounteinen Eintrag in einem Konto streichen
to scratch and bitekratzen und beißen
to scratch at the dooran der Türe kratzen [veraltend od. regional]
to scratch at the door an der Tür kratzen
to scratch behind one's ear sich hinter dem Ohr kratzen
to scratch for sth. nach etw. [Dat.] scharren
to scratch glass Glas einritzen
to scratch (letters / symbols) onto a wall eine Mauer / Wand (mit Buchstaben / Zeichen) bekritzeln [ugs.]
to scratch off ausradieren
to scratch off ausstreichen
to scratch off a letter einen Buchstaben ausradieren
to scratch one's hand sich [Dat.] die Hand zerkratzen
to scratch one's headsich [Akk.] am Kopf kratzen
to scratch one's plan seinen Plan aufgeben
to scratch oneself sich kratzen
to scratch oneself sich schrammen
to scratch oneself sore sich aufkratzen
to scratch onto paper Papier bekritzeln [ugs.]
to scratch open aufkratzen [öffnen, Wunde]
to scratch out auskratzen
to scratch out ausstreichen
to scratch sb.'s back [fig.] jdm. einen Gefallen tun
to scratch sb.'s car with a keyjds. Auto mit einem Schlüssel zerkratzen
to scratch sb.'s eyes out jdm. die Augen auskratzen
to scratch sb.'s face jdm. das Gesicht zerkratzen
to scratch sth. [a CD, the tabletop, sb.'s face, etc.] etw. [Akk.] zerkratzen [eine CD, die Tischplatte, jds. Gesicht etc.]
to scratch sth. [coll.] [to get rid of]etw. löschen
to scratch sth. [make a shallow incision]etw. anritzen
to scratch sth. [scrape]etw. [Akk.] verkratzen
to scratch sth. off [a lottery ticket etc.]etw. [Akk.] freirubbeln
to scratch the surface [also fig.] an der Oberfläche kratzen [auch fig.]
to scratch through durchstreichen
to scratch together zusammenkratzen
to scratch up the money [coll.] [Am.]das Geld mühsam auftreiben
to scratch your nuts [vulg.] sich am Sack kratzen [vulg.]
to scrawl kritzeln [ugs.]
to scrawlhinkritzeln
to scrawl hinschmieren
to scrawl schmieren
to scrawl undeutlich schreiben
to scrawlunleserlich schreiben
to scrawl sudeln [schreiben, kritzeln]
to scrawl krakeln [ugs.]
to scrawl a letter einen 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 screak kreischen
to screakzwillen [österr.] [ugs.]
to screambrüllen
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 alarm Alarm schreien
to scream at sb. jdn. anbrüllen
to scream at sb. jdn. ankeifen
to scream at the top of one's voiceschreien 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 defiance voll Hohn aufschreien
to scream for one's life um sein Leben schreien
to scream in pain vor Schmerzen schreien
to scream like a bansheewie 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 out aufschreien
to scream out a curse einen Fluch hinausschreien
to scream out ordersBefehle hinausschreien
to scream the loudestam lautesten schreien
to scream with horror vor 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 offaus Leibeskräften schreien
[to scream so loudly that it can be heard all down the street]häuserweit schreien
to screechkreischen
to screechschreien
to screech krächzen
to screech to a halt mit kreischenden Bremsen zum Stehen kommen
to screed [concrete]abziehen [Beton]
to screenrastern
to screenselektieren
to screen screenen [fachspr.]
to screen vorführen
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