suomi-englanti sanakirja

chicken englannista suomeksi

  1. pelkuri

  2. tyhmänrohkeutta mittaava kilpailu

  3. broileri

  4. kana, kananpoika

  1. kana the species and/or female

  2. kana, kananpoika, broileri

  3. pelkuri, arkajalka, jänishousu

  4. Substantiivi

chicken englanniksi

  1. A domesticated species of junglefowl (usually, ''gallus''; sometimes, (taxlink) or (taxlink)), especially so-called when young.

  2. 1997, Beverley Randell, Clive Harper, ''Chickens'', Nelson Thornes ((ISBN)), page 8:

  3. Some chickens lay eggs almost every day. (..) Chickens are kept for their meat, too.
  4. The meat from this bird eaten as food.

  5. (quote-book)

  6. 1995, Jean Paré, ''Chicken, Etc.'', Company's Coming Publishing Limited ((ISBN)), page 7:

  7. Before cooking chicken, or other poultry, rinse with cold water and pat dry with a paper towel.
  8. The young of any bird; a chick.

  9. (quote-book)|title=An Aviary on the Plains|publisher=Angus and Robertson|location=Sydney|page=220|passage=There they are – four ugly little chickens, a bit more than half-feathered, and all gaping mouths and bare bellies.

  10. A coward.

  11. (RQ:Dickens Martin Chuzzlewit)

  12. (quote-book)|title=The Land of Mist|url=|passage=Then he had an inspiration. "There is Roxton," said he. "He's not a chicken, but he is a useful man in a row. I think I could get him."

  13. 2008, Lanakila Michael Achong, ''Haole Boy: The Adoption of Diversity'', iUniverse ((ISBN)), page 44:

  14. Usually, I had no problem approaching girls, but this one was different. I went home and berated myself for being such a chicken.
  15. ''(More commonly used as an adjective with this sense; see below.)''

  16. A young or inexperienced person.

  17. (quote-book)|chapter=Stella's Birth-day, 1720|title=The Works of D. Jonathan Swift. In Nine Volumes. The Seventh Edition, to which is Prefixed, the Doctor's Life, with Remarks on His Writings, from the Earl of Orrery and Others, not to be Found in any Former Edition of His Works|edition=7th|location=Dublin; Edinburgh| publisher=printed; and ... reprinted, for G. Hamilton & J. Balfour, & L. Hunter at Edinburgh; and A. Stalker, at Glasgow; and sold by them and other booksellers|year=1752|volume=II (Containing His Poetical Writings)| page=99| pageurl=| oclc=642497542|passage=Purſue your trade of ſcandal-picking, Your hints, that ''Stella'' is no ''chicken'': Your innuendos, when you tell us, That ''Stella'' loves to talk with fellows; (..)

  18. 1886, (w), “The Lauriston Garden Mystery”, in ''(w)'' ((w); 28th season), London; New York, N.Y.: (w)., November 1887, (w) 15800088; republished as ''A Study in Scarlet. A Detective Story'', new edition, London: Ward, Lock, Bowden, and Co., 1892, (w) 23246292, page 43:

  19. "This case will make a stir, sir," he remarked. "It beats anything I have seen, and I am no chicken."
  20. A young, attractive, slim man, usually having little hair; ''compare'' (l).

  21. The game of dare.

  22. A confrontational game in which the participants move toward each other at high speed (usually in automobiles); the player who turns first to avoid colliding into the other is the chicken (that is, the loser).

  23. (ux)

  24. A simple dance in which the movements of a chicken are imitated.

  25.  A kilogram of cocaine.

  26. (syn)

  27. (quote-song)|note=Track 3|album=(w)|title=Call Casting|url=|passage=Up early in the morning trappin' (Trap-trap)You can get 'em how you askin' (Ask)How many chickens? You can get 'em whichever wayNigga, trap turned Zaxby's (Zax)

  28. (quote-song)

  29. Cowardly.

  30. To avoid a situation one is afraid of.

  31. (quote-book) The challenge of the rope swing was definitely more in James' line. (..) Even if he slipped and failed, or worse, chickened, they would be unlikely to judge too harshly.

  32. (monikko) en|chick

  33. (quote-text)

  34. (l)