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to snivelheulen [ugs.] [weinen]
to snivelflennen [ugs.] [weinen]
to snivelschniefen [beim Weinen]
to snivel [pej.]pimpeln [pej.] [regional] [wehleidig sein]
to snivel to sb. [pej.]jdn. anwinseln [fig.] [pej.] [unterwürfig anflehen]
to snog [Br.] [coll.] knutschen [ugs.]
to snog [Br.] [coll.] schmusen [ugs.] [Zärtlichkeiten tauschen]
to snooker sb. jdn. sperren
to snooker sb. jdn. snookern
to snooker sb. [coll.] [Am.]jdn. übers Ohr hauen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to snooker sb. [prevent sb. from doing or achieving]jdn. ausbremsen [ugs.] [jds. Erfolg bei etwas verhindern]
to snooker sb. into sth. [Am.] [get someone in a difficult situation] jdn. in etw. hineinmanövrieren [jemanden in eine schwierige Situation bringen]
to snoop [coll.] herumspionieren [ugs.]
to snoop [coll.] schnüffeln [ugs.] [pej.] [herumspionieren]
to snoop [coll.]herumschnüffeln [ugs.] [pej.]
to snoop aroundherumwühlen [ugs.]
to snoop around / about [coll.] herumspionieren [ugs.]
to snoop around / about [coll.]herumschnüffeln [ugs.] [pej.]
to snoop on sb. jdn. ausspionieren
to snoop round / around herumstöbern [ugs.]
to snooze dösen
to snooze schlummern
to snooze [coll.]ein Nickerchen machen [ugs.]
to snoreschnarchen
to snoresägen [ugs.] [hum.] [schnarchen]
to snore awayverschlafen [Zeit]
to snorkel schnorcheln
to snort schnauben
to snort prusten
to snortfauchen [Drachen]
to snort schnieben [regional für: schnauben]
to snort [cocaine etc.]sniffen [ugs.] [Kokain etc.]
to snort [drugs, tobacco] schnupfen
to snort [sl.] ziehen [Kokain] [ugs.]
to snort like a grampusschnaufen wie eine Lokomotive
to snort lines [coll.] [cocaine]sich [Dat.] Lines reinziehen [ugs.] [Kokain]
to snort with laughterprusten [lachen]
to snort with laughterprusten vor Lachen
to snouch sb. [sl.] [treat in an abrupt, harsh manner] jdn. brüskieren
to snow schneien
to snow in / up zuschneien
to snow into hereinschneien
to snow lightly [flurries] flankerln [österr.] [ugs.] [leicht schneien]
to snow sb. [sl.] jdn. einwickeln [mit Geschwätz oder falschen Komplimenten]
to snow sb. under with sth. [idiom]jdn. mit etw. [Dat.] eindecken [ugs.] [überhäufen]
to snow sth. under etw. unter Schnee begraben
to snow up einschneien
to snowball lawinenartig anschwellen
to snowball lawinenartig anwachsen
to snowball(wie eine Lawine) überrollen [fig.]
to snowboardsnowboarden
to snub brüskieren
to snub anschnauzen [ugs.]
to snub [archaic] [rebuke]rüffeln [ugs.]
to snub [offer, request, plea] ablehnen
to snub sb. jdn. mit Worten fertigmachen
to snub sb.jdn. vor den Kopf stoßen [Redewendung] [brüskieren]
to snub sb.jdn. zusammenschnauzen
to snub sb. jdn. verächtlich behandeln
to snub sb.jdn. verächtlich abweisen
to snub sb. jdn. grob zurechtweisen
to snub sb.jdm. eine Abfuhr erteilen [Redewendung] [jdn. brüskieren]
to snub sb.jdn. abblitzen lassen [ugs.]
to snub sb. jdn. düpieren [geh.] [brüskieren]
to snub sb. [by cutting the person short]jdm. über den Mund fahren [Redewendung]
to snub sb. [ignore] jdn. schneiden
to snub sb. [snap at sb.] jdn. anfahren [ugs.]
to snub sb. [treat with contempt or neglect] jdn. von oben herab behandeln
to snub sth. [bring a boat to an abrupt stop]etw. [Akk.] ruckartig zum Halten bringen [Boot oder Schiff]
to snuff schnuppern
to snuffschnüffeln
to snuff [tobacco]schnupfen
to snuff it [Br.] [coll.] [fig.]die Patschen strecken [österr.] [derb] [sterben]
to snuff it [Br.] [coll.] [idiom]den Löffel abgeben [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to snuff it [Br.] [sl.] abkratzen [derb] [sterben]
to snuff it [Br.] [sl.]abschrammen [derb] [sterben]
to snuff it [Br.] [sl.] draufgehen [ugs.] [sterben]
to snuff it [Br.] [sl.] verrecken [derb]
to snuff it [Br.] [sl.] sterben
to snuff out auslöschen
to snuff out sb.'s life [coll.] jds. Leben auslöschen
to snuff sb. [sl.] [kill sb.]jdn. abmurksen [salopp] [jdn. umbringen]
to snuff sth. out [candles]etw. [Akk.] ausblasen [Kerzen]
to snuffle schnuppern
to snuffle schnüffeln
to snuffle die Nase hochziehen
to snuffle näseln
to snuffle schniefen [ugs.]
to snug down [bolt, nut] anziehen [fest, Bolzen, Mutter]
to snuggle kuscheln
to snuggle liebkosen
to snuggle sich anschmiegen
to snuggle down in sth.sich in etw. [Akk.] kuscheln
to snuggle into sb.sich an jdn. schmiegen
to snuggle into sth. sich an / in etw. schmiegen
to snuggle togethersich zusammenschmiegen
to snuggle upsich [Akk.] kuscheln
to snuggle up against sb. sich [Akk.] an jdn. schmiegen
to snuggle up in a blanket sich [Akk.] in eine Decke hüllen
to snuggle up (to each other) aneinander schmiegen
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