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to sneeze onanniesen
to sneeze over anniesen
to snickeinkerben
to snicker kichern
to sniff schnauben
to sniff schnüffeln
to sniffschnupfen
to sniffschnuppern
to sniffschnuffeln [regional] [schnüffeln]
to sniffschniefen [ugs.]
to sniffabschnüffeln
to sniff a chanceeine Chance wittern
to sniff a flower an einer Blume riechen
to sniff about herumschnuppern
to sniff aboutherumschnüffeln [ugs.] [pej.]
to sniff aboutherumspionieren [ugs.]
to sniff about [Br.] [coll.]umherschnüffeln [ugs.] [herumschnüffeln]
to sniff around the garden im 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 each other sich [Akk.] (gegenseitig) beschnüffeln
to sniff out [plot, crime]aufdecken
to sniff round / aroundherumschnüffeln [ugs.]
to sniff sb./sth. out jdn./etw. erschnüffeln
to sniff sth. etw. [Akk.] schnubbern [hess.]
to sniff sth. outetw. erschnuppern [erriechen]
to sniff trouble in the wind [fig.](eine) Gefahr wittern [fig.]
to sniff trouble in the wind [fig.]Ärger wittern [fig.]
to sniffle schnüffeln [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 snipschnippeln [ugs.]
to snipschneiden [schnippeln]
to snip schnipseln [ugs.]
to snip zerschneiden
to snip zerschnipseln
to snip a hole ein Loch schneiden
to snip off abschneiden
to snip off wegschneiden
to snip sth. out etw. herausschneiden
to snip sth. to pieces etw. [Akk.] zerschnippeln [ugs.]
to snipe wegputzen
to snipeaus dem Hinterhalt schießen
to snitch [coll.] [inform] petzen [ugs.] [vor allem unter Kindern und Jugendlichen]
to snitch [coll.] [steal]klauen [ugs.]
to snitch on sb. for doing sth. [coll.] petzen, dass jd. etw. getan hat [ugs.]
to snitch (on sb.) [coll.](jdn.) verpfeifen [ugs.]
to snitch (on sb.) [coll.] (jdn.) verpetzen [ugs.]
to snitch sth. [coll.]etw. stibitzen [ugs.]
to snivel schluchzen
to snivel heulen [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 (around / about) [coll.]rumschnüffeln [ugs.] [spionieren]
to snoop on sb.jdn. ausspionieren
to snoop round / aroundherumstöbern [ugs.]
to snooze dösen [ugs.]
to snooze [coll.]ein Nickerchen machen [ugs.]
to snooze [coll.]schlummern [geh.]
to snore schnarchen
to snoresägen [ugs.] [hum.] [schnarchen]
to snore away verschlafen [Zeit]
to snorkel schnorcheln
to snort schnauben
to snort prusten
to snort fauchen [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 grampus schnaufen wie eine Lokomotive
to snort lines [coll.] [cocaine]sich [Dat.] Lines reinziehen [ugs.] [Kokain]
to snort with laughter prusten [lachen]
to snort with laughterprusten vor Lachen
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