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to short-list sb.jdn. in die engere Wahl ziehen
to shortlist sb./sth. jdn./etw. in die engere Wahl nehmen / ziehen
to shotgun sb. [fatally] jdn. mit einer Schrotflinte erschießen
to shotgun sb. [nonfatally] auf jdn. mit einer Schrotflinte schießen
to shoulder a burden eine Last aufnehmen
to shoulder one's waysich durchdrängen
to shoulder one's way [through the crowd, etc.] sich [Dat.] einen Weg bahnen [durch die Menge etc.]
to shoulder responsibility Verantwortung übernehmen
to shoulder sb. from his seat jdn. vom Sitz stoßen
to shoulder sb./sth. aside [shove with one's shoulder]jdn./etw. mit der Schulter wegstoßen
to shoulder sth. etw. [Akk.] auf die Schulter nehmen
to shoulder sth. [also fig.] etw. [Akk.] schultern [auch fig.]
to shoulder sth. [fig.] [e.g. responsibility] etw. [Akk.] auf sich [Akk.] nehmen [z. B. die Verantwortung]
to shoulder sth. open etw. mit der Schulter aufstoßen [z. B. Tür]
to shoulder the blame die Schuld auf sich nehmen
to shout laut schreien
to shout rufen
to shout schreien
to shout laut rufen
to shoutüberlaut sprechen
to shout brüllen
to shout abuse at sb. jdn. laut beschimpfen
to shout and scream herumtoben [ugs.]
to shout approvalBeifall rufen
to shout atanschreien
to shout at sb. jdn. anschreien
to shout at sb. jdn. anbrüllen
to shout at sb. jdn. anherrschen
to shout at sb.jdn. anfahren [heftig anreden]
to shout at sb.jdn. zusammenschreien [ugs.]
to shout defiance laut schreiend zum Widerstand aufrufen
to shout for schreien nach
to shout for joyaufjauchzen
to shout for joyjauchzen
to shout for sb. laut nach jdm. rufen
to shout for sth. nach etw. [Dat.] rufen
to shout for the strong mannach dem starken Mann schreien
to shout in unisonim Sprechchor rufen
to shout one's head off [idiom] sich [Dat.] die Kehle aus dem Hals / Halse schreien [Redewendung]
to shout one's head off [idiom] sich [Dat.] die Kehle heiser schreien
to shout oneself hoarse sich heiser schreien
to shout out aufbrüllen
to shout out ausrufen
to shout out einen Schrei ausstoßen
to shout out [order] brüllen
to shout out a word ein Wort herausschreien
to shout out loud herumschreien [ugs.]
to shout out sb.'s name jds. Namen ausrufen
to shout out with joy aufjubeln
to shout racist abuse rassistische Beleidigungen brüllen
to shout sb. downjdn. niederbrüllen [ugs.]
to shout sb. downjdn. niederschreien
to shout sb. down jdn. ausbuhen [ugs.]
to shout sb. sth. [coll.] [Aus.] [NZ]jdm. etw. [Akk.] spendieren [ugs.]
to shout sth. from the rooftops etw. von den Dächern schreien
to shout sth. from the rooftops [fig.]etw. [Akk.] ausposaunen [fig.]
to shout sth. from the rooftops [idiom] etw. [Akk.] an die große Glocke hängen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to shout sth. in sb.'s face jdm. etw. [Akk.] ins Gesicht schreien
to shout the house down [idiom]das ganze Haus zusammenbrüllen [Redewendung]
to shout the house down [idiom] das ganze Haus zusammenschreien [Redewendung]
to shout to sb. jdm. zurufen
to shout with all one's might aus Leibeskräften schreien
to shout with glee juchzen [ugs.]
to shout with glee juchazen [österr.] [regional]
to shout with laughter vor Lachen brüllen
to shout with pain vor Schmerzen brüllen
to shove schieben
to shoveanstoßen
to shovedrängeln
to shovedrängen
to shove stoßen
to shovestupsen
to shove schubsen
to shove about herumstoßen
to shove against sth. gegen etw. rempeln [ugs.]
to shove alongvoranschieben
to shove aside beiseiteschieben [unsanft]
to shove awaybeiseiteschieben
to shove away wegschieben [unsanft]
to shove awaywegstoßen
to shove awaywegschubsen [ugs.] [wegstoßen]
to shove by beiseiteschieben
to shove down niederschieben
to shove down herunterschieben [unsanft]
to shove downrunterschieben [unsanft]
to shove downhinwerfen
to shove down [write]hinschmieren [ugs.]
to shove down [write] aufschreiben
to shove inhineinschieben
to shove insich hineindrängeln
to shove money into a pocket Geld in eine Tasche stopfen
to shove offabschieben
to shove offabstoßen
to shove off wegschieben
to shove off [coll.] abhauen [ugs.]
to shove on weiterschieben
to shove (on) [blame, responsibility]wälzen (auf [+Akk.]) [fig.]
to shove one's weight around [coll.]sich wichtigmachen
to shove one's weight around [coll.]sich wichtig machen [alt]
to shove round / aroundherumstoßen
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