beer englannista suomeksi
sahti, olut, mallasjuoma, kalja
A solution produced by steeping plant materials in water or another fluid.
A glass, bottle, or can of any of the above beverages.
A variety of the above beverages.
To give beer to (someone)
1870, Sidney Daryl, ''His First Brief. A Comedietta'' in Clement Scott, ''Drawing-room Plays and Parlour Pantomimes'', Robson and Sons, pages 303–304:
- No doubt he then can feed us, wine us, beer us, And cook us something that can warm and cheer us.
2010, Steve Brezenhoff, ''The Absolute Value of -1'', Carolrhoda Lab, page 121:
- “Beer me!” said Goody. “Also your weed is shit. Where’s the good stuff, dude?”
2013, Janet E. Cameron, ''Cinnamon Toast and the End of the World'', Hatchette Books Ireland, page 124:
- I heard Patty Marsh yelling, ‘Beer him, Eleanor!’
2013, R. D. Power, ''Forbidden'', page 39:
- “Beer me!” To his astonishment she obeyed his command, appearing a minute later with a glass of beer and a wry smile.
One who is or exists.
(quote-book)|year=1990|passage=That meant, among other things, that he was going to be a fast-moving doer. And even when he was three or four, it wasn't hard for me to know that this wasn't going to be easy. Because Albert was a beer. ''Born'' that way.
boar, male swine
A person who is physically impressive and/or crude
''Wat een beer van een vent daar voorin, he?''
''What a bear of a guy there in front, huh?''
(topics) boar (male swine)
buttress; protective external construction, notably against ice or supporting the weight of the main building
A boar-shaped type of ram
A male badger
liquid, notably human manure (qualifier)
boar (male swine)
to pant; to breathe heavily