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to snavel sth. [Aus.] [coll.] etw. [Akk.] klauen [ugs.]
to snavel sth. [Aus.] [coll.] etw. [Akk.] mitgehen lassen [ugs.]
to sneak heranschleichen
to sneak schleichen
to sneak heimlich weitergeben
to sneak [Br.] [coll.] [tell tales] petzen [ugs.]
to sneak a glance at sth.heimlich einen Blick auf etw. [Akk.] werfen
to sneak a peek einen Blick erhaschen [ugs.]
to sneak a peek at sth. [fig.]einen Blick auf etw. [Akk.] riskieren [ugs.]
to sneak about herumschleichen
to sneak aroundherumschleichen
to sneak away davonschleichen
to sneak awaysich fortschleichen
to sneak away sich fortstehlen
to sneak away sich verzupfen [österr.] [bayer.] [schweiz.] [ugs.] [wegschleichen]
to sneak back (sich) zurückschleichen
to sneak in hereinschleichen
to sneak insich hereinschleichen
to sneak in [coll.] sich einschleichen
to sneak into sth. [e.g. city, room] sich [Akk.] in etw. [Akk.] schleichen [z. B. Stadt, Zimmer]
to sneak off davonschleichen
to sneak offauf leisen Sohlen davonschleichen
to sneak off sich auf leisen Sohlen davonmachen [Redewendung]
to sneak on sb. (to sb.) [Br.] [dated]jdn. (bei jdm.) verpetzen [ugs.]
to sneak out hinausschleichen
to sneak pastvorbeischleichen
to sneak sth. in etw. hereinschmuggeln
to sneak sth. out etw. hinausschmuggeln
to sneak sth. through etw. hindurchschmuggeln
to sneak sth. to sb.etw. heimlich weitererzählen
to sneak sth. to the teacheretw. dem Lehrer petzen
to sneak throughhindurchschlüpfen
to sneak up on sb./sth. sich [Akk.] an jdn./etw. anschleichen / heranschleichen
to sneak up to heranschleichen
to sneck up [archaic, rare] [to shut up] den Mund halten
to sneck up [chiefly dial.: to make oneself scarce]sich rar machen [ugs.]
to sneer spötteln
to sneer höhnisch grinsen
to sneer spöttisch grinsen
to sneer spotten
to sneer höhnen [geh.]
to sneer höhnisch lächeln
to sneerspöttisch lächeln
to sneer [smirk] grinsen
to sneer a remarkeine höhnische Anmerkung machen
to sneer a reply höhnisch antworten
to sneer at sb. jdn. belächeln
to sneer at sb.jdn. verspotten
to sneer at sb.über jdn. spotten
to sneer at sb.über jdn. hohnlächeln
to sneer at sb./sth. sich [Akk.] über jdn./etw. lustig machen [verspotten, verhöhnen]
to sneer at sb./sth. sich über jdn./etw. mokieren [geh.]
to sneer at sb./sth. jdn./etw. höhnisch angrinsen
to sneer (at sb./sth.)(jdn./etw.) verhöhnen
to sneeze niesen
to sneeze at sth. [coll.] etw. verachten
to sneeze in reverserückwärts niesen
to sneeze onanniesen
to sneeze over anniesen
to snick einkerben
to snicker kichern
to sniffschnauben
to sniff schnüffeln
to sniff schnupfen
to sniffschnuppern
to sniffschnuffeln [regional] [schnüffeln]
to sniffschniefen [ugs.]
to sniffabschnüffeln
to sniff a chanceeine Chance wittern
to sniff a floweran einer Blume riechen
to sniff about herumschnuppern
to sniff about herumschnüffeln [ugs.] [pej.]
to sniff about herumspionieren [ugs.]
to sniff about [Br.] [coll.] umherschnüffeln [ugs.] [herumschnüffeln]
to sniff around the gardenim Garten rumschnüffeln [ugs.] [z. B. Hund]
to sniff at sb./sth. jdn./etw. beschnüffeln
to sniff at sb./sth. an jdm./etw. riechen [schnuppern]
to sniff at sth. etw. beriechen
to sniff at sth.über etw. die Nase rümpfen
to sniff at sth.etw. beschnobern [regional: etw. beschnuppern]
to sniff at sth.etw. [Akk.] anriechen [selten für beriechen, beschnüffeln]
to sniff at sth. [also fig.]etw. beschnuppern [auch fig.]
to sniff back one's snot [coll.]den Rotz aufziehen [derb] [österr.]
to sniff back one's snot [coll.] den Rotz hochziehen [derb]
to sniff back one's snot and spit [coll.]rotzen [vulg.] [Schleim geräuschvoll in den Mund ziehen und ausspucken]
to sniff out [plot, crime] aufdecken
to sniff round / around herumschnüffeln [ugs.]
to sniff sb./sth. outjdn./etw. erschnüffeln
to sniff sth. out etw. erschnuppern [erriechen]
to sniff trouble in the wind [fig.] (eine) Gefahr wittern [fig.]
to sniff trouble in the wind [fig.]Ärger wittern [fig.]
to sniffleschnüffeln [bei Schnupfen]
to sniffle schniefen [ugs.]
to snigger [esp. Br.] kichern
to sniggle Aale mit Ködern fangen
to sniggleAale angeln
to sniggle eels Aale mit Ködern fangen
to snip schnippeln [ugs.]
to snip schneiden [schnippeln]
to snip schnipseln [ugs.]
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