barrel englannista suomeksi
laittaa tynnyriin, pakata tynnyriin
A round vessel or cask, of greater length than breadth, and bulging in the middle, made of staves bound with hoops, and having flat ends or heads. Sometimes applied to a similar cylindrical container made of metal, usually called a drum.
The quantity which constitutes a full barrel: the volume or weight this represents varies by local law and custom.
2010, Deftones, ''Beauty School''
- You're shooting stars from the barrel of your eyes
A ceiling-mounted tube from which lights are suspended.
2013, Gerald Millerson, ''Lighting for TV and Film'' (page 325)
- Moreover, it adds to difficulties in adjusting/servicing lamps located over high scenery, ceilings etc., where the barrel networks cannot be lowered or reached.
2013, Brian Fitt, Joe Thornley, ''Lighting Technology'' (page 118)
- The barrel, which is usually from 2.0 m to 2.5 m long, and capable of lifting loads up to 120 kg, is suspended from the main housing which contains the motor gearbox unit, etc.
A wave that breaks with a hollow compartment.
A waste receptacle.
The ribs and belly of a horse or pony.
(RQ:King James Version) thy God liueth, I haue not a cake, but an handfull of meale in a barrell, and a little oyle in a cruſe: ...|t=“As surely as the (smc) your God lives,” she replied, “I don’t have any bread—only a handful of flour in a jar and a little olive oil in a jug. ...|version=NIV
To put or to pack in a barrel or barrels.
''He came barrelling around the corner and I almost hit him.''
- Snow shattered and spilled down the slope. Within seconds, the avalanche was the size of more than a thousand cars barreling down the mountain and weighed millions of pounds.
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