cling englannista suomeksi
hedelmä, jossa hedelmäliha tiukasti kiinni kivessä
(quote-text)|title=Hostages to Momus| passage=Antelope steaks and fried liver to begin on, and venison cutlets with chili con carne and pineapple fritters, and then some sardines and mixed pickles; and top it off with a can of yellow clings and a bottle of beer.
(RQ:Milton Collected Works)
''Seaweed clung to the anchor.''
2017, (w), ''For These Monkeys, It’s a Fight for Survival.'', National Geographic (March 2017)http://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2017/03/macaques-monkeys-indonesia-endangered-pet-trade/
- Cartoonish, wide-eyed infants cling to their mothers or play together low to the ground.
(RQ:Swift An Examination of Certain Abuses in the City of Dubli)
- I(..) clung my legs as close to his sides as I could.
c. 1606, (w), “The Tragedie of Macbeth”, Act V, scene v
- If thou speak'st false, / Upon the next tree shalt thou hang alive, / Till famine cling thee.
To produce a high-pitched ringing sound, like a small bell.
1913, Cleveland Moffett, Oliver Herford, ''The Bishop's Purse'' (page 121)
- The tiny chimes clinged the hours and quarters against his right and Kate's left ear. They counted nine and three-quarters.