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EnglishGerman
to shed [e. g. hair, seeds] ausfallen [z. B. Haare, Samen]
to shed [fur]Haare verlieren
to shed [tears, blood, sweat] vergießen
to shed a rumour [Br.]ein Gerücht verbreiten
to shed a tear eine Träne vergießen
to shed bad habitsschlechte Gewohnheiten ablegen
to shed ballast Ballast abwerfen
to shed bitter tearsbittere Tränen weinen
to shed blood Blut vergießen
to shed crocodile tears Krokodilstränen weinen
to shed favours [Br.] seine Gunst verschenken
to shed feathers Federn lassen
to shed feathers Federn verlieren
to shed fragrance Wohlgeruch verbreiten
to shed fur das Winterfell verlieren [Tiere]
to shed hair Haar verlieren
to shed hair Haare verlieren
to shed its leaves sich entblättern [Pflanze]
to shed its needlesnadeln
to shed jobs Stellen streichen
to shed light Licht ausstrahlen
to shed light on sth.Licht auf etw. fallen lassen
to shed light on sth. [also fig.] Licht auf etw. werfen [auch fig.]
to shed light on sth. [fig.] etw. [Akk.] erhellen [fig.]
to shed light on sth. [idiom] über etw. [Akk.] Aufschluss geben
to shed light upon sth. etw. aufhellen [klären]
to shed light upon sth. [clarify sth.] etw. aufklären [Ereignis, Vorgang]
to shed love Liebe verschenken
to shed loveLiebe verströmen
to shed one's clothes (in front of sb.) sich (vor jdm.) entblättern [ugs.] [sich ausziehen]
to shed one's skinsich häuten
to shed perfume einen Duft verbreiten
to shed pounds Pfunde verlieren [ugs.]
to shed pounds [dieting] die Pfunde purzeln lassen [ugs.] [Diät machen]
to shed radiance Glanz verbreiten
to shed sth. etw. abwerfen [Blätter, Geweih etc.]
to shed sth. [cast off]etw. ablegen [aufgeben, nicht mehr benutzen]
to shed sth. [ditch] etw. abstoßen
to shed sth. [e.g. vehicle] etw. unterstellen [z. B. Fahrzeug]
to shed sth. [get rid of] sich etw. [Gen.] entledigen [geh.]
to shed sth. [get rid of]etw. loswerden
to shed sth. [impart, send forth. e.g. light, fragrance] etw. verbreiten [Licht, Duft etc.]
to shed sth. [remove] etw. abstreifen
to shed tears Tränen vergießen
to shed (the / one's) leaves (die / seine) Blätter abwerfen
to shed the leavesabblättern [Pflanze]
to shed their moisture [clouds]sich abregnen [Wolken]
to shed water Wasser vergießen
to shed weightabnehmen [an Gewicht verlieren]
to shed wine Wein vergießen
to sheen [literary]schimmern
to sheen sth. [literary] etw. schimmern lassen
to sheergieren
to sheer von der Bahn abweichen
to sheer [obs.] [shear] scheren
to sheer away vom Kurs abweichen
to sheer awayabscheren
to sheer from sth. von etw. abweichen
to sheer off ausscheren
to sheer off sich entfernen
to sheer off from sb.von jdm. abrücken
to sheer out ausscheren
to sheer up sich von der Seite nähern
to sheet down gießen [ugs.] [heftig regnen]
to sheet in dichtholen [Segeln]
to shell enthülsen
to shell entschälen
to shellmit Granaten beschießen
to shell schälen [Eier, Nüsse etc.]
to shell pellen
to shellauspellen [regional] [aushülsen] [z. B. Erbsen]
to shell a towneine Stadt beschießen
to shell a towneine Stadt bombardieren
to shell nuts Nüsse knacken
to shell out [coll.]blechen [ugs.]
to shell out [coll.] löhnen [ugs.]
to shell out sth.etw. berappen [ugs.]
to shell out sth. [coll.] [e.g. money, bucks] etw. [Akk.] abdrücken [ugs.] [insb. Bundesdeutsch] [z. B. Geld, Mäuse]
to shell peasErbsen schälen
to shell peasErbsen palen [nordd.]
to shell prawns Krabben pulen
to shell sth.etw. bombardieren [mit Granaten]
to shell sth. [e.g. peas] etw. aushülsen [z. B. Erbsen]
to shell sth. [e.g. peas] etw. ausschoten [z. B. Erbsen]
to shell sth. out [coll.] [e.g. money, bucks] etw. [Akk.] abdrücken [ugs.] [insb. Bundesdeutsch] [z. B. Geld, Mäuse]
to shellacSchellacklösung auftragen
to shellac [fig.] [hair]betonieren [ugs.] [fig.] [Haar]
to shellac sb. [Am.] [sl.] jdn. fertig machen [ugs.]
to shellac sb. [Am.] [sl.] [beat up]jdn. vermöbeln [ugs.]
to shellack [Am.] [coll.] [to trounce]vernichtend schlagen
to shelter beschützen
to shelter schützen
to shelterunterstellen
to shelterunterbringen
to shelter [protect]beschirmen [geh.] [beschützen]
to shelter from sich schützen vor
to shelter from blame vor der Schande schützen
to shelter from the attacks vor den Angriffen schützen
to shelter from the looksvor den Blicken schützen
to shelter from the rain vor dem Regen schützen
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