child englannista suomeksi
lapsi, kakara derogatory, colloquial, mukula colloquial, muksu colloquial, nappula colloquial, skidi slang, pentu derogatory, colloquial, tytär formal, daughter, tyttö daughter, poika son, nahkapokaali humorous, slang
(quote-journal)|title=Globalisation is about taxes too|url=http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2013/may/27/globalisation-is-about-taxes-too|passage=It is time the international community faced the reality: we have an unmanageable, unfair, distortionary global tax regime. … It is the starving of the public sector which has been pivotal in America no longer being the land of opportunity – with a child's life prospects more dependent on the income and education of its parents than in other advanced countries.
The thirteenth Lenormand card.
(quote-book)|page=64|passage=Plash-Goo was of the children of the giants, whose sire was Uph. And the lineage of Uph had dwindled in bulk for the last five hundred years, till the giants were now no more than fifteen foot high; but Uph ate elephants(..)
(quote-book)|passage=Poverty, disease, and despair are the children of war.
2011, John Mongan, Noah Kindler, Eric Giguère, ''Programming Interviews Exposed'':
- The algorithm pops the stack to obtain a new current node when there are no more children (when it reaches a leaf).
(RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)
(RQ:Fairfax Godfrey of Bulloigne)
(RQ:Shakespeare Lear Q1)But then the mind much ſufferance doth or'e ſcip, / When griefe hath mates,​and bearing fellowſhip : / How light and portable my paine ſeemes now, / When that which makes me bend, makes the King bow, / He childed as I fathered,​''Tom'' away, / Marke the high noyſes and thy ſelfe bewray,(..)
A (l), kid; a young person.
A member of a creed (q)
A young male, especially one employed as an hireling.