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EnglishGerman
to squelch durch Morast quatschen
to squelchplatschen
to squelchzertreten
to squelch schmatzen [Geräusch von Stiefeln im Schlamm]
to squelch [dissent] unterdrücken
to squelch sb./sth. [coll.] [fig.]jdn./etw. zum Schweigen bringen
to squidge between the toes [coll.] [of mud, wet sand etc. when treading barefoot] zwischen den Zehen hervorquellen
to squidge sth. [Br.] [coll.] [regional] etw. [Akk.] kneten
to squiggle verschnörkeln
to squiggle [esp. Am.]sich winden [schlängeln]
to squiggle [esp. Am.] sich schlängeln [gleitend fortbewegen]
to squinch one's eyes shut die Augen zukneifen
to squinny blinzeln
to squinny [SE Br.] die Augen zusammenkneifen
to squinny [SE Br.] [lament, complain] jammern
to squinny [SE Br.] [weep] heulen [ugs.] [weinen]
to squinny [SE Br.] [weep]flennen [ugs.] [weinen]
to squint schielen
to squint plieren [nordd.] [blinzeln]
to squint die Augen zusammenkneifen
to squint [peek]spähen
to squint [reaction to strong light] blinzeln
to squint [walleye] einen Silberblick haben [ugs.] [hum.] [Idiom] [Strabismus divergens]
to squint against the sunin die Sonne blinzeln
to squint (at sth.)mit zugekniffenen Augen (auf / in etw.) schauen
to squint in the bright sunin die Sonne blinzeln
to squint one's eyesdie Augen zukneifen
to squint toward / at sth. [have, make indirect reference]indirekt auf etw. verweisen
to squint toward sth. [tend, incline] zu etw. neigen
to squire a woman [dated] eine Liebesaffäre mit einer Frau haben
to squire sb.jdn. begleiten [ein Herr eine Dame]
to squirm sich winden
to squirm sich krümmen
to squirm and writhe sich drehen und winden
to squirm free of sth.sich aus etw. herauswinden
to squirm oneself out of sth. sich aus etw. herauswinden
to squirm with pain sich vor Schmerzen krümmen
to squirm with pain sich vor Schmerzen winden
to squirrel around herumsuchen
to squirrel away sth. [coll.] etw. wegpacken [ugs.]
to squirrel sth. away etw. horten
to squirrel sth. awayetw. wegstecken [verbergen]
to squirrel sth. away [coll.]etw. hamstern
to squirt spritzen
to squirt verspritzen [in einem Strahl]
to squirt herausspritzen
to squirt sb. jdn. bespritzen
to squirt sb./sth.jdn./etw. vollspritzen [ugs.]
to squish quetschen
to squish [coll.] [squash]zerquetschen
to squish sth. [coll.] etw. [Akk.] zermatschen [ugs.]
to stab stechen
to stab zustechen
to stab at sb./sth.nach jdm./etw. stechen [mit einem Messer]
to stab down niederstechen
to stab outzustoßen [zustechen]
to stab sb. jdn. niederstechen
to stab sb. in the back jdn. in den Rücken stechen
to stab sb. in the back [fig.] [idiom] jdm. in den Rücken fallen [fig.] [Redewendung]
to stab sb. repeatedly auf jdn. wiederholt einstechen
to stab sb. to death jdn. totstechen
to stab sb. to death jdn. abstechen [derb] [mit einem Messer töten]
to stab sb. to death jdn. erstechen
to stab sb./sth.jdn./etw. durchstoßen
to stab sb./sth. to deathjdn./etw. erdolchen [geh.]
to stabilise [Br.] stabilisieren
to stabilise [Br.] festigen
to stabilise [Br.] Halt geben
to stabilise [Br.]konstant halten
to stabilize stabilisieren
to stabilize festigen
to stabilize Halt geben
to stabilizekonstant halten
to stabilizestützen
to stabilize pricesPreise stabilisieren
to stabilize sth. etw. [Akk.] verstetigen
to stabilize sth. at a certain level etw. auspendeln [Zinssätze usw.]
to stabilize the currency die Währung stabilisieren
to stabilize wages Löhne stabilisieren
to stableausrangieren
to stableabstellen
to stable unterbringen
to stable [horses] einstellen [Pferde]
to stable horses Pferde im Stall unterbringen
to stack sammeln
to stack stapeln
to stackaufhäufen
to stack aufstapeln
to stack lagern
to stackzusammenstellen
to stackschlichten [österr.] [bayer.] [stapeln]
to stack [to form a stack] sich stapeln
to stack sth. [e.g. firewood] etw. [Akk.] übereinander schichten [alt] [z. B. Holzscheite]
to stack sth. [e.g. firewood]etw. [Akk.] übereinanderschichten [z. B. Holzscheite]
to stack sth. upetw. [Akk.] beigen [südwestd.] [schweiz.] [aufschichten, stapeln]
to stack sth. (up) [hay, grain in the sheaf] etw. aufschobern [Heu, Getreide] [österr.] [südd.]
to stack the cards [Am.] beim Kartenspiel mogeln [ugs.]
to stack the deck (against sb./sth.) [esp. Am.] [idiom] jdm./etw. übel / böse mitspielen [durch Arrangieren nachteiliger Umstände] [Redewendung]
to stack upaufschichten
to stack up aufhäufen
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