bulge englannista suomeksi
Something sticking out from a surface; a swelling, protuberant part; a bending outward, especially when caused by pressure.
(quote-journal)|location=Washington, D.C.|publisher=(w)|month=February|year=2018|issn=0027-9358|oclc=1049714034|passage=Haz sits in the trailer for 10 hours straight, eyes trained on the patrons. If he sees the makings of a drug deal or a fight, he notifies the club’s in-house security by walkie-talkie. It amazes him how indiscreet drug dealers can be—with the bulges in their socks and their melodramatic handovers—despite the presence of security guards.
The bilge of a vessel.
A sudden rise in value or quantity.
1930, Stanford University, ''Wheat Studies of the Food Research Institute'' (volume 7, page 204)
- A second bulge in prices occurred during September 30 — October 9. The rise of prices up to October 3 was in part apparently a technical adjustment of the markets, a reaction to the preceding decline.
To stick out from (a surface).
''The submarine bulged because of the enormous air pressure inside.''
''He stood six feet tall, with muscular arms bulging out of his black T-shirt.''
(quote-text)|title=(w)|chapter=1|passage=The wind actually stirred the cloth on the chest of drawers, and let in a little light, so that the sharp edge of the chest of drawers was visible, running straight up, until a white shape bulged out; and a silver streak showed in the looking-glass.
1739, (w), “The Battle of the Gods and Titans” in ''Poems on Several Occasions'', London: Henry Lintot, p.(nbs)253,https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/100218827
- Fatal to Man! at once all Ocean roars,
- And scattered navies bulge on distant shores.