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cannon englannista suomeksi

  1. tykki, kanuuna

  2. sääri

  3. tulittaa, tykittää, ampua tykillä, ampua

  4. käsisuojus

  5. lyödä karamboli

  6. karamboli

  1. tykki

  2. kanuuna

  3. kanuuna, heittokäsi

  4. tykittää, ampua tykillä">ampua tykillä, tulittaa

  5. tykittää

cannon englanniksi

  1. A complete assembly, consisting of an tube and a breech mechanism, firing mechanism or cap, which is a component of a gun, howitzer or mortar. It may include muzzle appendages.(JP 1-02 Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms).

  2. Any similar device for shooting material out of a tube.

  3. (l), glitter cannon, confetti cannon, potato cannon

  4. An autocannon.

  5. A bone of a horse's leg, between the fetlock joint and the knee or hock.

  6. A bit.

  7. A large muzzle-loading artillery piece.

  8. A carom.

  9. (ux)

  10. The arm of a player who can throw well.

  11. A hollow cylindrical piece carried by a revolving shaft, on which it may, however, revolve independently.

  12. A cylindrical item of plate armor protecting the arm, particularly one of a pair of such cylinders worn with a couter, the ''upper cannon'' protecting the upper arm and the ''lower cannon'' protecting the forearm.

  13. (cot)

  14. (quote-text)

  15. (quote-text) Here the cannons and the couter, although separate, are joined together when worn by the points securing them to the arming (..)

  16. (quote-book)

  17. (alternative form of)

  18. A piece which moves horizontally and vertically like a rook but captures another piece by jumping over a different piece in the line of attack.

  19. A pickpocket.

  20. (quote-text) watch a cannon while he was working. Pickpockets dislike being watched, even by those who may be "right," because they become uneasy and clumsy and feel conspicuous.

  21. To bombard with cannons.

  22. To play the carom billiard shot; to strike two balls with the ball.

  23. To fire something, especially spherical, rapidly.

  24. {{quote-journal|en|date=September 2, 2011

  25. To collide or strike violently, especially so as to glance off or rebound.

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  27. {{quote-book|en|year=1952|author=C. S. Lewis|title=The Voyage of the Dawn Treader|publisher=Collins|year_published=1998|chapter=11

  28. (misspelling of)