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EnglishGerman
to ski Ski fahren
to skiSki laufen
to ski down the piste at high speed die Piste herunterbrettern [ugs.]
to ski jump Ski springen
[to ski] skilaufen [FALSCH für: Ski laufen]
to skid rutschen
to skid schleudern
to skid ausgleiten
to skidausrutschen
to skidins Schleudern geraten
to skid schlittern
to skid [sidewards] zur Seite wegrutschen
to skid down abrutschen
to skid off the runway [plane] von der Startbahn rutschen [Flugzeug]
to skid on a banana peel [rare] [to slip on a banana peel] auf einer Bananenschale ausrutschen
to skid on a banana skin [rare] [to slip on a banana peel] auf einer Bananenschale ausrutschen
to skimabrahmen
to skim flüchtig überfliegen
to skim abtoppen
to skim skimmen
to skim abdrehen [Bremsscheiben]
to skimschälen [mit Schälpflug bearbeiten]
to skimflüchtig berühren
to skim [books, magazines, etc.]blättern
to skim [remove cream from milk] [also fig.]absahnen [Sahne abschöpfen] [auch fig.]
to skim [stones] ditschen [ugs.] [Steinehüpfen]
to skim a / the stubble fieldstoppelschälen [mit Schälpflug bearbeiten]
to skim along entlangfegen
to skim brothBrühe abschöpfen
to skim cream Rahm abschöpfen
to skim off abrahmen
to skim offabschäumen
to skim off abstreifen [Verfahrenstechnik]
to skim offentschäumen
to skim off profit Gewinn abschöpfen
to skim off sth.etw. abschöpfen
to skim (off) abschlacken
to skim (off) sth. etw. abkrammen
to skim (over / across)fliegen [schnell bewegen]
to skim (over / along)gleiten (über / entlang)
to skim (over / along) streichen (über / entlang)
to skim over a book ein Buch überfliegen
to skim over a difficulty eine Schwierigkeit übergehen
to skim over a newspapereine Zeitung überfliegen
to skim over a text einen Text überfliegen
to skim over sth. etw. nur oberflächlich behandeln
to skim over the waves über die Wellen hinweggleiten
to skim sth. etw. überfliegen [Text]
to skim sth. [a text, texts] etw. [Akk.] durchfliegen [einen Text, Texte]
to skim sth. [a text] etw. [Akk.] querlesen [ugs.]
to skim sth. [e.g. a book] etw. [Akk.] flüchtig lesen [z. B. ein Buch]
to skim sth. [floating matter] etw. abschöpfen
to skim sth. [milk]etw. [Akk.] entrahmen [Milch]
to skim sth. [remove a thin layer of material] etw. abtragen [dünne Schicht von Oberfläche]
to skim sth. [remove froth from a boiling liquid]etw. abschäumen
to skim sth. [with a slotted spoon]etw. abseihen [mit einem Sieblöffel]
to skim stones Steine (übers Wasser) hüpfen lassen
to skim the fat off (of) sth. [e.g. the soup] etw. [Akk.] abfetten [Fett abschöpfen, z. B. von einer Suppe]
to skim the market den Markt abschöpfen
to skim through sth.etw. durchblättern
to skim through sth.etw. überfliegen [Text]
to skimp knausern [ugs.] [pej.]
to skimp [do slovenly] nachlässig erledigen
to skimp [work slovenly] hudeln [österr.] [südd.] [ugs. für: unsauber, nachlässig arbeiten]
to skimp and save [coll.] [idiom]sich [Akk.] krummlegen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to skimp on sth. an etw. [Dat.] sparen
to skimp (on sth.) (mit etw.) knauserig sein [ugs.] [knausern]
to skimp sth.bei etw. schludern [ugs.] [oberflächlich bearbeiten]
to skim-read sth. etw. [Akk.] querlesen [ugs.]
to skinhäuten
to skin abisolieren
to skin enthäuten
to skin schälen [Tomaten, Mandeln]
to skindie Haut abziehen
to skin abhäuten
to skin [peel off easily] sich schälen
to skin and salt sb. [defeat sb. heavily]jdn. bös in die Pfanne hauen [ugs.]
to skin gameWild abbalgen
to skin one's kneesich [Dat.] das Knie aufschürfen
to skin over zuheilen
to skin sth. etw. [Akk.] skinnen [etw. [Akk.] mit einem Skin versehen]
to skin sth. [an animal]etw. [Dat.] das Fell abziehen
to skin sth. [an animal]etw. abziehen [Tier]
to skin sth. [animal] etw. [Akk.] abbalgen [Tier] [häuten]
to skin sth. [animals] etw. schinden [veraltet] [häuten, abdecken]
to skin sth. [dead animal] etw. abschwarten [Schlachtkörper]
to skin sth. [esp. of potatoes, fruit etc.] etw. pellen [bes. nordd.]
to skin sth. [hand, leg, head, etc.]sich [Dat.] etw. [Akk.] aufschürfen [Knie etc.]
to skin sth. [the kill] etw. aus der Decke schlagen [(einem Reh etc.) das Fell abziehen]
to skin up a joint [sl.] einen Joint rollen
to skin-dive tauchen [als Sport]
to skin-dive sporttauchen
to skinny-dip [coll.]nackt baden
to skin-pop [sl.]subkutan (unter die Haut) spritzen
to skip hüpfen
to skipspringen [hüpfen, seilhüpfen]
to skip tänzeln [sich leichtfüßig bewegen, z. B. beim Boxen]
to skip [coll.] schwänzen [ugs.]
to skip [with a skipping rope] seilspringen
to skip [with a skipping rope]seilhüpfen
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