bullshit

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bullshit englannista suomeksi

  1. fusku, hevonpaska, moska

  2. kusettaa

  1. Substantiivi

  2. härän sonta">härän sonta

  3. paskapuhe, hevonpaska, soopa, sonta, paska, pötypuhe, hölynpöly

  4. paska

  5. fusku

  6. Verbi

  7. puhua paskaa

  8. puhua paskaa, jauhaa paskaa

  9. paskanmarjat, ja paskat, vitut, kissan viikset, katin kontit non-vulgar alternatives

bullshit englanniksi

  1. Feces produced by a bull.

  2. (quote-av)|(w)|3|29|episode=Multilevel Marketing|network=HBO||Oh, I get it! So it’s not a pyramid, it’s just pyramid-shaped. You know, like a Dorito, or an Angry Bird, or just a pile of bullshit.

  3. Statements that are false or exaggerated to impress or cheat the listener.

  4. (ux)

  5. *(quote-video game)|title=(w)|genre=fiction|Science Fiction|location=Redwood City|publisher=Electronic Arts|year=2010|platform=PC|oclc=865290061|passage=The Illusive Man: Shepard. You're making a habit of costing me more than time and money.Shepard: I'm sorry, I'm having trouble hearing you. I'm getting a lot of bullshit on this line.

  6. Statements that are transparently or offensively false.

  7. Statements that are intentionally misleading, whether true or not.

  8. Statements made without regard for their value.

  9. 2005, (w), ''On Bullshit''

  10. Respect for the truth and a concern for the truth are among the foundations for civilization. I was for a long time disturbed by the lack of respect for the truth that I observed... bullshit is one of the deformities of these values.
  11. (synonym of) ''in its sense of any stuff, especially when viewed negatively or with collegial vulgarity''.

  12. (quote-song)|title=Fight the Power (Part 1 & 2)|year=1975|album=The Heat Is On|passage=And when I rolled with the punches I got knocked on the groundBy all this bullshit going down

  13. A game in which players try to discard their hands first, following rules that encourage bluffing, call one's bluff|calling others' bluffs, and penalizing others by tricking them into inaccurate accusations.

  14. absurd, irrational, or nonsensical (Most often said of speech, information, or content.)

  15. To tell lies, exaggerate; to mislead; to deceive.

  16. To have casual conversation with no real point; to the breeze.

  17. To up with the spot; to improvise.

  18. (non-gloss definition)

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