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English-German translation for: schmeißen
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German-English Dictionary: schmeißen

schmeißen [ugs.]
to chuck [coll.] [throw]
to throw
to fling
to sling
to plonk [coll.]
to bung [Br.] [coll.] [to throw]
to heave [throw]
etw. schmeißen [ugs.] [werfen]
to huck sth. [Am.] [slang] [to throw / toss sth.]
etw. nach jdm. schmeißen [ugs.]
to chuck sth. at sb. [coll.]
jdn. aus etw.Dat. schmeißen [ugs.]
to turf sb. out of sth. [coll.]
nach etw.Dat. schmeißen [ugs.]
to have a shy at sth. [Br.] [throw]
(die Vorstellung) schmeißen [Theaterjargon] [als Schauspieler den Text vergessen oder plötzlich lachen müssen]
to corpse [theatrical slang] [spoil a piece of acting by forgetting one's lines or laughing uncontrollably]theatre
den Haushalt schmeißen [ugs.]
to run the house
to do the housework
den Laden schmeißen [ugs.]
to run the show [coll.]idiom
die Schule schmeißen [ugs.]
to drop out (of school)educ.
eine Party schmeißen [ugs.]
to throw a party [coll.]
eine Runde schmeißen [ugs.]
to buy a round
mit Bomben schmeißen [ugs.]
to bombweapons
das / sein Studium schmeißen [ugs.] [das Universitätsstudium aufgeben]
to drop universityeduc.
etw. in den Mülleimer schmeißen [ugs.]
to bung sth. in the bin [Br.] [coll.]
etw. in einen Topf schmeißen [fig.] [ugs.]
to bracket sth. together [fig.]idiom
jdn. aus seinem Büro schmeißen [ugs.]
to throw / kick sb. out of one's office [coll.]
jdn. ins kalte Wasser schmeißen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to throw sb. in at the deep end [coll.] [idiom]
sichAkk. in Schale schmeißen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to dress (up) to the nines [coll.] [idiom]cloth.
sich in Schale schmeißen [ugs.]
to get dolled up
to get dressed up
to put on one's best bib and tucker [Br.] [idiom] [dated] [hum.]
alles über den Haufen werfen / schmeißen [ugs.] [Redewendung]
to upset the applecart [idiom]
mit Fremdwörtern um sich schmeißen [ugs.]
to bandy foreign words about
sich für diesen Anlass in Schale schmeißen [ugs.]
to get dressed up for the occasion
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