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EnglishGerman
to smudge verwischen
to smudge verschmieren
to smudge schmutzig werden
to smudge schmieren
to smudge [also fig.]beschmutzen [auch fig.]
to smudge a line eine Linie verwischen
to smudge sth. etw. beschmieren
to smudge sth.etw. [Akk.] verflecken
to smudge the fame den Ruhm beflecken
to smuggle schmuggeln
to smuggleschleusen
to smuggle schwärzen [österr.] [südd.] [veraltend]
to smuggle [people] schleppen [Menschen schmuggeln]
to smuggle goods into the countryWare einschmuggeln
to smuggle in einschmuggeln
to smuggle ineinschleusen
to smuggle out hinausschmuggeln
to smuggle out herausschmuggeln
to smuggle sth. into the country etw. ins Land schmuggeln
to smuggle sth. out of the country etw. aus dem Land schmuggeln
to smuggle through durchschleusen
to smuggle throughdurchschmuggeln
to smurf [hum.] schlumpfen [hum.]
to smush [Am.] [coll.] zerquetschen
to smut berußen
to smutbeschmutzen
to snackeinen Snack essen
to snack on sth. etw. naschen
to snack on sth. etw. zwischendurch essen
to snack on sth. etw. zur Jause essen [österr.]
to snaffle mit der Trense lenken
to snaffleauf Trense zäumen
to snaffle (a horse)(einem Pferd) die Trense anlegen
to snaffle sth. [Br.] [coll.]sich [Dat.] etw. [Akk.] unter den Nagel reißen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to snaffle sth. [Br.] [coll.] (sich [Dat.]) etw. [Akk.] grapschen [ugs.] [sich etw. aneignen]
to snaffle sth. [Br.] [coll.] (sich [Dat.]) etw. [Akk.] grabschen [ugs.] [sich etw. aneignen]
to snafu [Am.] [sl.] verpatzen [ugs.]
to snag haken
to snag [fig.] [obstruct]behindern
to snag (oneself) [become entangled] sich [Akk.] verhaken
to snag (oneself) [become entangled] sich [Akk.] verfangen [verhaken]
to snag sth.etw. wegschnappen
to snag sth. [Am.] [coll.] [obtain by quick action or good fortune] etw. [Akk.] ergattern [ugs.]
to snag sth. [esp. Am.] [coll.] [things particularly cheap, the best seat, etc.] sich [Dat.] etw. schnappen [ugs.] [günstige Dinge, den besten Sitz etc.]
to snag sth. [grab] etw. an sich reißen
to snag sth. on sth. [e.g. trousers on barbed wire fence] etw. an etw. [Dat.] zerreißen [z. B. Hose am Stacheldrahtzaun]
to snake alongsich entlangschlängeln
to snake (its way) [road, river] sich schlängeln
to snake sth. [to drag or haul, esp. by a chain] [log etc.] etw. ziehen [bes. mit oder an einer Kette] [Baumstamm u. ä.]
to snap schnappen
to snap erschnappen
to snapnachgeben und brechen
to snapzugreifen
to snap umknicken [Ast, Mast]
to snapknacken [brechen]
to snap [bone etc.] brechen [Knochen etc.]
to snap [break loose, chip] abbrechen
to snap [break] zerbrechen
to snap [click into place] einschnappen
to snap [coll.] [take a snapshot or snapshots] knipsen [ugs.]
to snap [coll.] [crack up] durchdrehen [ugs.]
to snap [crop] knallen [Peitsche]
to snap [fingers] schnipsen
to snap [fold] knicken [brechen]
to snap [latch, snap in] einrasten
to snap [lose self-control suddenly] ausrasten [fig.]
to snap [rant, snub] schnauzen [ugs.]
to snap [say quickly and irritably]blaffen [ugs.] [sich wütend äußern, schimpfen]
to snap [snap open, flick] aufschnappen
to snap [speak sharply]bellen [jdn. anbellen]
to snap [whip]knallen (mit)
to snap a book shut ein Buch zuklappen
to snap a chanceeine Gelegenheit ergreifen
to snap a picture ein Bild schießen
to snap a shot einen Schuss abgeben
to snap a shot [coll.]ein Foto knipsen [ugs.]
to snap a shot [coll.] ein Bild knipsen [ugs.]
to snap an ampoule eine Ampulle abknicken
to snap at a chance eine Gelegenheit packen
to snap at a fly nach einer Fliege schnappen
to snap at sb.jdn. anschnauzen [ugs.]
to snap at sb. jdn. anfahren [heftig anreden]
to snap at sb. [say sth. in an impatient and angry voice] jdn. anblaffen [ugs.] [pej.] [heftig anfahren]
to snap at sb./sth. [e.g. dog] nach jdm./etw. schnappen [z. B. Hund]
to snap at the bait nach dem Köder schnappen
to snap away wegschnappen
to snap backzurückschnappen
to snap in einrasten
to snap in / into placeeinrasten
to snap into placeeinschnappen [Schloss]
to snap off abknicken
to snap offabbeißen
to snap off abbrechen
to snap off abreißen [bes. Kopf]
to snap off abzwicken
to snap off a shot [coll.] ein Bild schießen [ugs. für: ein Foto machen]
to snap one's chewing gumden / das Kaugummi knallen lassen
to snap one's fingersmit den Fingern schnipsen
to snap one's fingers mit den Fingern schnippen
to snap one's fingersmit den Fingern schnalzen
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