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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 lips schmatzen [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]
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 smartschmerzen
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 disappointmentunter 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. upjdn./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 smashzerschmettern
to smashin Stücke brechen
to smashniederschmettern
to smashzerstören
to smash a drugs ring [coll.]einen Drogenhändlerring hochgehen lassen [ugs.]
to smash a window ein Fenster einschlagen
to smash all opposition die 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 in jdm. 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 bitsetw. [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 smithereensetw. 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 piecesin Stücke brechen
to smash to pieces zerkloppen [nordd.] [ostd.]
to smash to pieces zerschellen
to smash to smithersin 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 windowsFenster einwerfen
to smatteroberflächlich 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 up verschmieren
to smell duften
to smellriechen
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