bat englannista suomeksi
olla lyöjänä, olla lyöntivuorossa, lyödä
- The Bat—they called him the Bat. Like a bat he chose the night hours for his work of rapine; like a bat he struck and vanished, pouncingly, noiselessly; like a bat he never showed himself to the face of the day.
- As well as being worth millions of dollars to the Texan agriculture industry, these mammals are worth millions of dollars to the state’s tourism industry. Texas is home to the world’s largest known bat colony (in Comal County), and the world’s largest urban bat colony (in Austin). Bat watching is a common activity, with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department offering more bat-viewing sites than anywhere else in the US.
An old woman.
The piece of wood on which the spinner places the coins and then uses for throwing them.Sidney J. Baker, ''The Australian Language'', second edition, 1966, chapter XI section 3, page 242
A part of a brick with one whole end.
A stroke of work.
Rate of motion; speed.
1842, ''Sporting Magazine'' (page 251)
- On starting, The Nun led at a very slow pace for a quarter of a mile, when the Shrigley colt made running at a good bat.
1898, unknown author, ''Pall Mall Magazine''
- a vast host of fowl (..) making at full bat for the North Sea.
Manner; rate; condition; state of health.
To hit with a bat or (figuratively) as if with a bat.
To flit quickly from place to place.
(dated form of)
(ca-verb form of)
better; (comparative of)
A pole or stick used for other
A strike or hit from a weapon.
A clump of soft material.
(l) (type of boat)
(l) (official currency of Thailand)
(verb form of)
The tramp of heavy footsteps, as in a military march
1939, Čedomir Minderović, ''Crven je istok i zapad'':
- Napred, sve bliže i bliže, / Čuje se koraka bat. / Glas milijona se diže: / Dole fašizam i rat!
- : Forward, ever closer and closer, / the tramp of footsteps is heard. / The voice of millions is raised: / Down with fascism and war!
The tramp of horses’ hooves
(alternative form of)
(alternative spelling of)
basin of; bowl of