suomi-englanti sanakirja

chew englannista suomeksi

  1. pureskella

  2. pureskelu

  3. mälli

  1. Verbi

  2. pureskella, jauhaa

  3. Substantiivi

  4. karkki

  5. purutupakka

  6. mälli

chew englanniksi

  1. To crush with the teeth by repeated closing and opening of the jaws; done to food to soften it and break it down by the action of saliva before it is swallowed.

  2. (ux)

  3. 1578, (w), ''A niewe Herball''

  4. The same chewn upon maketh one to avoid much phlegm.
  5. 1971-79, Journal of (w)

  6. And gruesome they areː We find cattle still alive with hindquarters chewn off, still alive with their eyes chewn out, their ears chewn off, their noses and faces chewn till they look like (a) Hamburger, their tails hanging in shreds. Or, we find them after a slow and cruel death. Can you understand why cattlemen will shoot YOUR dog if he is seen wandering on ranchland?
  7. 1976, Leonard Tancock (translator), Rameau's Nephew / D'alembert's Dream, by (w)

  8. But meanwhile Mademoiselle's book had at least been found under an arm-chair where it had been dragged, chewn up and torn to pieces by a young pug-dog or by a kitten.
  9. 2001, Keith Douglass, ''Seal Team Seven 14: Death Blow''

  10. He wore two sweaters, both moth chewn and filthy but warm.
  11. 2010, Tony Reynolds, ''The Lost Stories of Sherlock Holmes''

  12. His left cheek seemed to have been cut and chewn awayǃ
  13. To grind, tear, or otherwise degrade or demolish something with teeth or as with teeth.

  14. To think about something; to ponder; to over.

  15. 1734, (w), ''Epistle to Cobham''

  16. Old politicians chew on wisdom past.
  17. 1711, (w), ''to Mr. Harley, wounded by Guiscard''

  18. He chews revenge, abjuring his offense.
  19. The act of chewing; mastication with the mouth.

  20. Level of chewiness.(attn)

  21. 1996, Adele Puhn, ''The 5-Day Miracle Diet Companion'' ((ISBN))

  22. Once it's cooked, it's not enough of a hard chew to count.
  23. 2014, Christian F. Puglisi, ''Relae: A Book of Ideas'' ((ISBN)), page 140:

  24. A bread with a strong and solidified gluten network has a nice chew to it, and many types of charcuterie call for just enough work by the teeth to be dangerously addictive. But in all cases, chewy must be combined with an appropriate amount of ...
  25. 2015, Jim "Sunny" Edwards, ''A Footprint in the Sand: The Fishing Edge'', Fulton Books, Inc. ((ISBN)):

  26. No matter what I did to the squid, it was a tough chew. I got out my magnifying glass. Still, there was nothing that I could see to make the squid curl when cooked. I decided to tenderize the squid with my rubber hammer.
  27. 2015, Aki Kamozawa, H. Alexander Talbot, ''Gluten-Free Flour Power: Bringing Your Favorite Foods Back to the Table'', W. W. Norton & Company ((ISBN))

  28. To serve, cook the malloredus in a large pot of boiling salted water until just tender, but with a nice chew to them. Fold into a warm sauce or ragout and serve immediately.
  29. 2016, Heather Christo, ''Pure Delicious'', Penguin ((ISBN)), page 178:

  30. While these are a little complicated to make, the result is a thick, toothsome bun that has a nice chew to it but is still soft.
  31. A small sweet, such as a taffy, that is eaten by chewing.

  32. tobacco|Chewing tobacco.

  33. A plug or wad of chewing tobacco; chaw or a chaw.

  34. The condition of something being torn or ground up mechanically.

  35. 1995, ''Keyboard'' (volume 21, issues 7-12, page 138)

  36. Avoiding Tape Chew. In the early days of the ADAT, the "V" blocks (two arms that thread the tape around the front of the head) could sometimes get out of alignment and "chew" the outside track (..)