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EnglishGerman
to shine outaufscheinen [fig.]
to shine sth. [cause to shine] etw. glänzen lassen
to shine sth. [polish, cause to shine]etw. [Akk.] zum Glänzen bringen
to shine sth. [polish]etw. polieren
to shine sth. [polish] [e.g. shoes, silverware] etw. putzen [zum Glänzen bringen] [z. B. Schuhe oder Silber]
to shine sth. [to cause to shine, polish]etw. glänzend machen
to shine throughdurchleuchten [durchscheinen]
to shine through durchscheinen
to shine through sth. durch etw. durchschimmern
to shine with sth. [fig.] [happiness etc.]vor etw. [Dat.] strahlen [vor Freude etc.]
to shingle schindeln
to shinny up sth. [Am.] [climb sth. using hands and feet]etw. [Akk.] hochklettern [ugs.] [an Baum, Mast etc. ohne Hilfsmittel]
to shipabfertigen
to ship befördern
to ship verschicken
to shipverschiffen
to ship verladen
to shipversenden
to ship einschiffen
to ship expedieren [Waren]
to ship ausliefern [Produkt]
to ship spedieren
to ship [to be shipped]ausgeliefert werden [Produkt]
to ship abroad ins Ausland verschicken
to ship by rail mit der Bahn versenden
to ship by truckmit dem LKW versenden
to ship by vessel verschiffen
to ship on board a freighter auf einem Frachter Heuer nehmen
to ship out [to leave, as for a distant place, esp. on a ship] abreisen [bes. auf einem Schiff]
to ship sb. [esp. teenage sl.; originally gamer sl.] [going back to "relationship"] [e.g. "I ship them so much." (I wish they were together.)][sich wünschen, zwei Personen wären ein Paar]
to ship sth. [send off, dispatch]etw. absenden
to ship sth. out [to send away, esp. to another country]etw. versenden [bes. ins Ausland]
to shipwreck [also fig.] Schiffbruch erleiden [auch fig.]
to shipwreck sth. [fig.] [completely ruin] etw. [Akk.] zum Scheitern bringen [komplett ruinieren]
to shirkausweichen
to shirksich drücken
to shirk sich vor der Verantwortung drücken [ugs.]
to shirk argumentsArgumenten ausweichen
to shirk from a look einem Blick ausweichen
to shirk from doing sth.sich um etw. herumdrücken
to shirk from dutysich um die Erfüllung der Pflicht drücken
to shirk from fighting dem Kampf ausweichen
to shirk from sth.sich vor etw. [Dat.] ducken [wegducken]
to shirk from sth. sich etw. [Dat.] entziehen
to shirk from working der Arbeit aus dem Wege gehen
to shirk responsibility sich vor der Verantwortung drücken [ugs.]
to shirk sth. etw. meiden [Arbeit, Verantwortung u. ä.]
to shirk sth. etw. [+Akk.] umgehen
to shirk sth.vor etw. [Dat.] kneifen [ugs.] [pej.] [sich einem Problem etc. nicht stellen, einem Problem ausweichen]
to shirk sth. [avoid sth.] etw. [Dat.] aus dem Weg gehen
to shirr kräuseln
to shirtfront sb. [Aus.] [coll.] [fig.] [confront, challenge] jdn. konfrontieren [aggressiv, herausfordernd]
to shit [vulg.]kacken [vulg.]
to shit [vulg.] scheißen [vulg.]
to shit a brick [vulg.] [idiom] sich [Dat.] aus Angst in die Hosen scheißen [vulg.] [Redewendung]
to shit all over sth. [vulg.]etw. [Akk.] vollscheißen [derb] [durch Kot verschmutzen]
to shit blue lights [Br.] [vulg.] [idiom] sich [Dat.] vor Angst in die Hose scheißen [vulg.] [Redewendung]
to shit bricks [vulg.] [idiom]sich [Dat.] vor Angst in die Hose scheißen [vulg.] [Redewendung]
to shit on sb. [vulg.] [to inform/grass on] jdn. verpfeifen [ugs.]
to shit on sb./sth. [vulg.] [defecate] jdn./etw. bekacken [derb] [mit Kot beschmutzen]
to shit on sth. [vulg.] auf etw. scheißen [vulg.]
to shit one's pants [vulg.] Schiss haben [ugs.]
to shit oneself [vulg.] [also fig.] sich [Dat.] in die Hosen machen [ugs.] [koten] [auch fig.: große Angst haben]
to shit oneself [vulg.] [also fig.]sich [Dat.] die Hosen vollscheißen [auch fig.] [derb]
to shit sb. [vulg.] jdn. verarschen [salopp]
to shit the bed [vulg.] [idiom] etw. [Akk.] verkacken [derb] [versagen, etw. schlecht machen]
to shitcan sth. [Am.] [sl.] [idiom]etw. in die Tonne treten [ugs.] [fig.] [Redewednung]
to shit-stir [Br.] [vulg.] Ärger bereiten
to shiver erschauern [geh.]
to shiverschlottern
to shiversplittern
to shiver zersplittern
to shiver schauern
to shiver schaudern
to shiverfrösteln
to shiver zittern
to shiver beben [vor Kälte etc.]
to shiver from the coldvor Kälte bibbern [ugs.]
to shiver from the coldvor Kälte zittern
to shiver with cold vor Kälte frösteln
to shiver with coldvor Kälte zittern
to shiver (with cold)sich vor Kälte schütteln
to shiver with excitementvor Erregung zittern
to shiver with fear vor Angst schlottern
to shiver with fearvor Angst zittern
to shlep [esp. Am.] [coll.](sich) schleppen
to shmoosesich locker unterhalten
to shmoose plaudern
to shmooze [esp. Am.] [spv.]sich locker unterhalten
to shmooze [esp. Am.] [spv.] [chat] plaudern
to shockAnstoß erregen [Redewendung]
to shockerschüttern
to shockbeleidigen
to shockempören
to shockerschrecken
to shockstoßen
to shockschocken [ugs.] [schockieren]
to shockschockieren
to shock into oscillation zur Schwingung anstoßen
to shock the audience die Zuschauer schockieren
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