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to smell at sth. an etw. [Dat.] riechen
to smell blood [also fig.]Blut riechen [auch fig.]
to smell gas Gas riechen
to smell goodgut riechen
to smell heavily of sth. stark nach etw. [Dat.] riechen
to smell like / of sth.nach etw. [Dat.] riechen
to smell like a goat wie ein Bock stinken
to smell like shit [vulg.] nach Scheiße riechen [vulg.]
to smell mustymuffeln [österr.] [südd.]
to smell of beereine Bierfahne haben [ugs.]
to smell of burning brenzlig riechen
to smell of garlic nach Knoblauch riechen
to smell of sth. nach etw. [Dat.] riechen
to smell of sth. [have a pleasant scent]nach etw. [Dat.] duften
to smell of sth. [unpleasantly] nach etw. [Dat.] stinken
to smell sth. etw. [Akk.] wittern
to smell sth. and realise that ... [it's gone off] etw. [Dat.] anriechen, dass ... [es nicht mehr frisch ist]
to smell sth. on sb. jdm. etw. [Akk.] anriechen
to smell sth. out [fig.] etw. aufspüren
to smell sth. up [Am.]etw. verpesten
to smell sweet angenehm riechen
to smell sweet lieblich duften
to smell sweetsüß riechen
to smell to high heavenzum Himmel stinken [fürchterlich stinken]
to smell trouble [fig.](eine) Gefahr wittern [fig.]
to smell trouble [fig.] Ärger wittern [fig.]
to smelt schmelzen [Erz]
to smelt down einschmelzen
to smelt ore Erz verhütten
to smelt sth. etw. verschmelzen
to smelt tinZinn schmelzen
to smilelächeln
to smile a secret smile geheimnisvoll lächeln
to smile a welcome mit einem freundlichen Lächeln begrüßen
to smile about sth. über etw. lächeln
to smile across at sb. zu jdm. hinüberlächeln
to smile at sb. jdm. zulächeln
to smile at sb. über jdn. lächeln
to smile at sb.jdn. anlächeln
to smile at sb. jdn. anlachen [anlächeln]
to smile at sth.etw. belächeln
to smile at sth. über etw. lächeln
to smile (at) [a joke etc.]lächeln (über)
to smile awaylächelnd abweisen
to smile awayweglächeln
to smile away sorrowsSorgen wegblasen
to smile away tears Tränen weglächeln
to smile backzurücklächeln
to smile consent zustimmend lächeln
to smile engaginglygewinnend lächeln
to smile for the camera in die Kamera lächeln
to smile from ear to ear über das ganze Gesicht lächeln
to smile frostilykalt lächeln
to smile in the face of adversity / disaster [idiom]sich [Akk.] nicht unterkriegen lassen
to smile inscrutably hintergründig lächeln
to smile on sth. über etw. lächeln
to smile one's agreement zustimmend lächeln
to smile sb. injdn. mit einem Lächeln hereinbitten
to smile through gritted teeth [idiom]gezwungen lächeln [mit zusammengebissenen Zähnen]
to smile through one's tearsunter Tränen lächeln
to smile to oneself vor sich hinlächeln
to smile to oneself vor sich hin lächeln
to smile (to oneself) schmunzeln
to smile vaguely abwesend lächeln
to smirch besudeln
to smirch beschmieren
to smirch beschmutzen
to smirchbeschmuddeln
to smirch handsHände schmutzig machen
to smirch the facedas Gesicht anschmieren
to smirkgrinsen
to smirk geziert lächeln
to smirkfeixen [ugs.]
to smirkschmunzeln
to smirk grienen [nordd.] [ugs.]
to smite quälen
to smite mit voller Kraft schlagen
to smitezerschmettern
to smite zermalmen
to smite zerschlagen
to smite off an ear [archaic]ein Ohr abschlagen
to smite on the anvil auf den Amboss schlagen
to smite sb. [affect] jdn. befallen
to smite sb. with a swordjdn. mit dem Schwert erschlagen
to smite sb. with blindnessjdn. mit Blindheit schlagen
to smite sb./sth. [archaic] [or literary] jdn./etw. schlagen [körperlich]
to smock [sewing]smoken
to smokerauchen
to smoke räuchern [Fleisch]
to smoke schmöken [ugs.] [mundartl.]
to smoke quarzen [ugs.] [regional]
to smoke [not to burn properly] kohlen [z. B. Docht]
to smoke [sl.] [ride, travel with great speed] düsen [ugs.]
to smoke [stove, lamp]blaken [nordd.]
to smoke a bud [sl.] Marihuana rauchen
to smoke a bud [sl.]ein / einen Bud rauchen [ugs.]
to smoke a cigarette eine fluppen [ugs.] [regional]
to smoke a jointwas quarzen [ugs.]
to smoke a jointeinen quarzen [ugs.]
to smoke a joint einen Joint rauchen
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