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EnglishGerman
to slow the downward slide [also fig.] die Talfahrt bremsen [auch fig.]
to slow things downbremsen [hemmend wirken]
to slow to a crawl fast zum Stillstand kommen
to slow to a trickle [fig.] langsam (immer) weniger werden
to slowly kill sb. jdn. langsam umbringen
to slub sth. etw. (grob) vorspinnen
to slue [Am.] herumdrehen
to slue [Am.]schwenken [Kran]
to slue [Am.] [spv. of slew] sich drehen
to sluff sth. off [esp. Am.] [spv.] [slough off] etw. abstreifen
to slug [sl.]faulenzen
to slug down [Am.] [coll.] herunterschlucken
to slug sb. [coll.] jdn. schlagen
to slug sb. [esp. Am.] [coll.] jdn. verdreschen [ugs.]
to slug sth. back [swig]etw. hinunterstürzen [schnell trinken]
to slug sth. (down) [swig] etw. schlucken [bes. ugs.] [ein oft alkohol. Getränk in großen Zügen konsumieren]
to slug sth. (down) [swig]etw. hinunterstürzen [schnell trinken]
to slug sth. out etw. ausfechten
to slug sth. out [coll.]etw. [Akk.] austragen [ugs.] [Kampf, Streit]
to sluiceausströmen
to sluice abwaschen
to sluice auswaschen
to sluice abspritzen [reinigen]
to sluice [irrigate] bewässern [mit Bewässerungskanälen]
to sluice [rinse]ausspülen [mit Wasserstrahl]
to sluice downabfleihen [auch fleihen] [veraltend bzw. ugs.]
to sluice down auswaschen
to sluice downausspülen
to sluice logsHolz schwemmen
to sluice outabwaschen
to sluice outauswaschen
to sluice out herausschießen
to sluice outausspülen
to sluice sth. [pond]etw. auslassen [Teich]
to sluice sth. down [hose down]etw. abspritzen [mit dem Schlauch]
to sluice sth. down [logs etc.] etw. hinunterschleusen
to slum it [coll.] primitiv leben
to slumber schlummern
to slumber dahindösen
to slumperweichen
to slumphineinplumpsen
to slumpplumpsen [ugs.]
to slumpvöllig versagen
to slump abflauen
to slump abkühlen
to slump absinken
to slump fallen [stark, dramatisch]
to slumpnachlassen
to slumpsich fallen lassen
to slump stark zurückgehen
to slumpzurückgehen
to slumpzusammensacken
to slump runterplumpsen [ugs.]
to slump [collapse (suddenly)] (plötzlich) umfallen [Personen]
to slump [in numbers, popularity etc.]abnehmen [zurückgehen]
to slump downin sich zusammensacken
to slump in valueim Wert fallen
to slump into a chairsich in einen Sessel plumpsen lassen [ugs.]
to slump into an armchairin einen Sessel sinken
to slump into sth. [chair]in etw. hineinsacken [Sessel]
to slump to the groundzu Boden sacken
to slump (to the ground)zusammensinken
to slur undeutlich aussprechen
to slur verschleifen
to slur binden
to slur verschmieren [Druckbild]
to slur verwischen [Druckbild]
to slurlegato spielen
to slur [one's speech] lallen [z. B. auf Grund von Alkoholisierung]
to slur one's speech lallen
to slur one's speechundeutlich sprechen
to slur overüber etw. hinweggehen [Einwand]
to slur sb. [disparage] jdn. verächtlich machen
to slur sb./sth [denigrate, libel] jdn./etw. verunglimpfen [geh.]
to slur sb./sth. [slander] jdn./etw. verleumden
to slur sth. [omit vowels, syllables] etw. [Akk.] verschlucken [Vokale, Silben]
to slurp schlürfen
to slurp schmatzen [beim Trinken]
to slurp oysters Austern schlürfen
to slurp sth. [drink or eat sth. with a loud sucking noise]etw. schlappern [ugs.] [regional] [etw. schlürfend trinken od. essen]
to smack riechen nach
to smackklatschen
to smack schmecken
to smack [Am.] schmatzen [beim Essen]
to smack a face in ein Gesicht schlagen
to smack of sth.nach etw. schmecken [meist fig.]
to smack of sth.den Beigeschmack von etw. haben
to smack of sth. [fig.] [suggest the presence or effects of sth.]nach etw. [Dat.] riechen [ugs.] [fig.] [z. B. nach Betrug]
to smack one's lipsschmatzen [durch schnelles Öffnen des Mundes ein Geräusch erzeugen, das genießerisch wirkt]
to smack sb. jdm. eine scheuern [ugs.]
to smack sb.jdm. eine kleben [ugs.]
to smack sb.jdm. eine tuschen [österr.] [südd.] [ugs.]
to smack sb. jdm. eine schmieren [ugs.]
to smack sb. jdm. eine hauen [ugs.]
to smack sb. [coll.] [hit in the face]jdm. eine reißen [österr.] [ugs.]
to smack sb. [in the face] jdm. eine kleschen [österr.] [bayer.] [ugs.] [eine Ohrfeige geben]
to smack sb. across the face jdm. eine wischen [ugs.]
to smack sb. (across the face)jdm. eine pfeffern [ugs.]
to smack sb. down jdn. niederschlagen
to smack sb. in the puss [sl.]jdm. in die Fresse hauen [derb]
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