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to smack the salami [Am.] [vulg.] sich seinen Schläger polieren [vulg.]
to smack the salami [Am.] [vulg.] [masturbate] sich [Dat.] einen hobeln [vulg.] [masturbieren]
to smack the salami [Am.] [vulg.] [masturbate]sich [Dat.] einen runterholen [vulg.]
to smack up [Am.] [sl.]Heroin spritzen
to smarm [Br.] [coll.] schleimen [pej.] [schmeicheln, heucheln]
to smarm over sb. sich bei jdm. anbiedern
to smart schmerzen
to smart [sore] brennen [Wunde]
to smart from sth. [feel offended or aggrieved] unter etw. [Dat.] leiden [seelisch]
to smart off to sb. [coll.] [Am.] zu jdm. frech sein
to smart over sth. [fig.]über etw. gekränkt sein
to smart under a disappointment unter einer Enttäuschung leiden
to smart under sth. [fig.] unter etw. [Dat.] leiden
to smartenherausputzen
to smarten oneself upsich [Akk.] schönmachen [auch: sich schön machen]
to smarten sb./sth. up jdn./etw. verschönern
to smarten upherausputzen
to smarten up sich schick machen
to smarten up [to get smarter, to become aware of one's mistakes etc.] zur Vernunft kommen [klüger, schlauer werden]
to smarten up [to get smarter, to become aware of one's mistakes, shortcomings, etc.] schlauer werden
to smash zerschmettern
to smash in Stücke brechen
to smashniederschmettern
to smashzerstören
to smash a drugs ring [coll.] einen Drogenhändlerring hochgehen lassen [ugs.]
to smash a windowein Fenster einschlagen
to smash all oppositiondie Konkurrenz schlagen
to smash in sth. [with a ball or similar object] etw. [Akk.] einschießen [z. B. mit einem Ball zerschlagen etc.]
to smash into sth. gegen etw. [Akk.] krachen [ugs.]
to smash one's carsein Auto zu Schrott fahren
to smash one's car sein Auto schrotten [ugs.]
to smash one's car up [coll.] [in an accident]sein Auto zu Klump fahren [ugs.]
to smash sb.'s brains injdm. den Schädel einschlagen
to smash sb.'s face in jdm. die Schnauze polieren [ugs.]
to smash sb.'s face in [coll.]jdm. die Fresse polieren [ugs.]
to smash sb.'s face in [coll.]jdm. in die Fresse hauen [ugs.]
to smash sb.'s face in [coll.] jdm. die Fresse lackieren [ugs.] [derb] [selten]
to smash sth. etw. durchschlagen
to smash sth.etw. [Akk.] zermanschen [ugs.]
to smash sth. etw. [Akk.] töppern [ugs.] [regional] [etw. mit Geräusch zerschlagen]
to smash sth. etw. [Akk.] zertöppern [ugs.] [regional] [töppern, zerbrechen]
to smash sth.etw. [Akk.] zermerschern [österr.] [ugs.] [zerschlagen, zerdrücken]
to smash sth. [a window, a showcase, etc.] etw. einschlagen [ein Fenster, eine Vitrine etc.]
to smash sth. [a window, etc.]etw. kaputtschlagen [ugs.]
to smash sth. [a window, etc.]etw. kaputt schlagen [ugs.]
to smash sth. [a window] etw. [Akk.] einschmeißen [ugs.] [ein Fenster]
to smash sth. [break in pieces]etw. kleinkriegen [ugs.] [zerschlagen]
to smash sth. [dishes, etc.; a drug ring, the trade union movemnent, etc.] etw. zerschlagen [Geschirr etc.; einen Drogenring, die Gewerkschaftsbewegung etc.]
to smash sth. [glass, crockery, etc.] etw. [Akk.] zerdeppern [ugs.] [(mutwillig) zerschlagen]
to smash sth. [glass, crockery, etc.] etw. [Akk.] zerteppern [ugs.] [(mutwillig) zerschlagen]
to smash sth. [violently break into pieces]etw. [Akk.] zertrümmern
to smash sth. to / into pieces etw. [Akk.] zertrümmern
to smash sth. to bits etw. [Akk.] zertrümmern
to smash sth. to bits [also fig.]etw. kurz und klein schlagen [ugs.] [auch fig.]
to smash sth. to piecesetw. zerschmettern
to smash sth. to piecesetw. in Trümmer schlagen
to smash sth. to pieces etw. in Stücke schlagen
to smash sth. to pieces [also fig.] etw. kurz und klein schlagen [auch fig.]
to smash sth. to smithereens etw. in tausend Stücke schlagen
to smash sth. to the flooretw. zu Boden schmettern
to smash sth. (up) etw. zusammenschlagen [ugs.] [zertrümmern]
to smash the record den Rekord brechen
to smash to pieces in Stücke brechen
to smash to pieces zerkloppen [nordd.] [ostd.]
to smash to pieces zerschellen
to smash to smithers in Scherben schlagen
to smash up sth. [e.g. a window]etw. kaputtschlagen [ugs.]
to smash up sth. [e.g. a window] etw. kaputt schlagen [ugs.]
to smash (up) one's car sein Auto zu Bruch fahren
to smash (up) sth. etw. umnieten [ugs.]
to smash windows Fenster einwerfen
to smatter oberflächlich reden
to smatter [babble]plappern [ugs.]
to smatter sth. [e.g. French]etw. radebrechen [z. B. Französisch]
to smear verschmieren
to smear verwischen
to smearwischen
to smearbeschmutzen
to smear sb. [libel]jdn. verleumden
to smear sb.'s good name [idiom]jds. guten Namen beschmutzen [Redewendung]
to smear sth. etw. anschmieren
to smear sth. etw. schmieren
to smear sth.etw. beschmieren
to smear up zuschmieren
to smear upverschmieren
to smellduften
to smell riechen
to smell stinken
to smellberiechen
to smell [esp. old clothing, shoes etc.]müfteln [ugs.]
to smell [give off a smell] dunsten [geh.]
to smell [to be odiferous] möpseln [regional] [muffig riechen]
to smell a plot ein Komplott aufspüren
to smell a rat [coll.] [idiom] Unrat wittern [geh.] [Redewendung] [Schlimmes ahnen, befürchten]
to smell a rat [coll.] [idiom] Verdacht schöpfen
to smell a rat [coll.] [idiom] den Braten riechen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to smell a rat [coll.] [idiom] riechen, dass da was faul ist [ugs.]
to smell a rat [coll.] [idiom] Lunte riechen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to smell about herumschnüffeln [ugs.]
to smell at a bottlean einer Flasche riechen
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