ditch

suomi-englanti sanakirja

ditch englannista suomeksi

  1. oja

  2. hylätä

  3. ojittaa

  4. ajaa kolari

  5. tehdä pakkolasku, tehdä pakkolasku mereen

  1. for drainage oja, for irrigation kanava

  2. hylätä

  3. tehdä pakkolasku mereen

  4. lintsata

ditch englanniksi

  1. A trench; a long, shallow indentation, as for irrigation or drainage.

  2. (usex)

  3. A raised bank of earth and the hedgerow on top.

  4. ''c''. 1947, (w), ''Stony Grey Soil''(cite web ) |access-date=14 March 2021 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20210314023912/http://www.personal.psu.edu/jjo12/blogs/ireland/Patrick%20Kavaugh%20Poetry%20Selections.pdf |archive-date=14 March 2021 |location=(w) |page=1 |language=en |date=1947

  5. You flung a ditch on my vision
    Of beauty, love and truth.
    O stony grey soil of Monaghan
    You burgled my bank of youth!
  6. 2013, Frank McNally, ''When Anglophone lines get crossed''(cite web ) |website=(w) |publisher=(w) |access-date=14 March 2021 |archive-url=https://web.archive.org/web/20210314025824/https://www.irishtimes.com/culture/heritage/when-anglophone-lines-get-crossed-1.1570798 |archive-date=14 March 2021 |location=(w) |language=en |date=31 October 2013

  7. The original ditches were created by digging trenches, as boundaries and/or irrigation. But to the English, the ditch is the trench. Whereas in Ireland, the ditch is the raised bank of earth and the hedgerow on top. (As for the trench, where I come from that’s a sheugh).
  8. To discard or abandon.

  9. To deliberately crash-land an airplane on water.

  10. To deliberately not attend classes; to hookey.

  11. To dig ditches.

  12. To dig ditches around.

  13. To throw into a ditch.

  14. (alternative form of)