suomi-englanti sanakirja

drum englannista suomeksi

  1. rumpu

  2. takoa päähänsä

  3. tynnyri, pönttö

  4. rummuttaa, paukuttaa, takoa

  5. rummutus

  6. sylinteri, tela

  7. rumpukala

  1. rumpu

  2. pönttö, rumpu

  3. tynnyri

  4. rummuttaa

  5. takoa, paukuttaa

  6. Substantiivi

drum englanniksi

  1. (senseid) A percussive instrument spanned with a thin covering on at least one end for striking, forming an acoustic chamber; a membranophone.

  2. (hyper)

  3. {{quote-book

  4. Any similar hollow, cylindrical object.

  5. (ux)

  6. (senseid) A barrel or large cylindrical container for liquid transport and storage.

  7. (senseid) The encircling wall that supports a dome or cupola.

  8. Any of the cylindrical blocks that up the shaft of a pillar.

  9. A drumfish (family Sciaenidae).

  10. A 5|tip; a piece of information.

  11. 1985, Carey (novelist)|Peter Carey, ''Illywhacker'', Faber and Faber 2003, page 258:

  12. ‘he is the darndest little speaker we got, so better sit there and listen to him while he gives you the drum and if you clean out your earholes you might get a bit of sense into your heads.’
  13. To beat a drum.

  14. To beat with a rapid succession of strokes.

  15. (RQ:Irving Tales of a Traveller)

  16. To drill or review in an attempt to establish memorization.

  17. To throb, as the heart.

  18. (RQ:Dryden Don Sebastian)thou shalt drum no more.

  19. To go about, as a drummer does, to gather recruits, to draw or secure partisans, customers, etc.; used with ''for''.

  20. Of various animals, to make a vocalisation or mechanical sound that resembles drumming.

  21. (quote-book)

  22. A small hill or ridge of hills.

  23. A social gathering or assembly held in the evening. (defdate)

  24. (RQ:Fielding Tom Jone) Folio Society 1973, page 631:

  25. (quote)
  26. (RQ:Smollett Peregrine Pickle).

  27. A person's home; a house or other building, especially when insalubrious; a tavern, a brothel. (defdate)

  28. A (l) (of chicken, turkey, etc).

  29. 2006, Helene Andreu, ''Dance, movemet, and nutrition'', AuthorHouse ((ISBN)), page 138:

  30. Add, thinly sliced, 1/2 to 1 onion and 2 cloves of garlic also sliced, your choice of protein – chicken or turkey breast, or low fat beef, veal, lamb or pork, cut in pieces, or skinless chicken drums, and probably a little water. Then add 1/2 a cup of ...
  31. 2010, Nadejda Reilly, ''Ukrainian Cuisine with an American Touch and Ingredients'' ((ISBN)), page 253:

  32. In a large frying pan, add some canola oil and half of the chicken drums and brown them on both sides. Repeat the procedure until all drums are browned. Place them in a medium baking pan. To the browned chicken drums, add sliced onion, ...
  33. 2010, Lisa Lamme, ''The Gypsy Kitchen: Transform Almost Nothing into Something Delicious with Not-So-Secret Ingredients'', Simon and Schuster ((ISBN)):

  34. 3–5 pounds chicken drums and thighs, with skin
    Hot sauce to taste
    1. In a gallon resealable plastic bag, add flour, pepper, and salt. Shake to mix. (..)
  35. 2016, Melanie Mah, ''The Sweetest One'', Cormorant Books ((ISBN))

  36. Up top, a pained expression, her eating face. My mom doesn&39;t eat for taste, she does it to stay alive. Probably wouldn&39;t eat if she didn&39;t have to. I grab a new chopstick and when I get back there&39;s a chicken drum on my plate. “Thanks, Ba,” I say.
  37. 2016, Astroglo DeCerveau, ''A Book of Good and Bad Things'', Xlibris Corporation ((ISBN))

  38. To stir the whole, he used a chicken drum.
  39. 2017, Daniel Young, Stuart Barnes, ''Tincture Journal Issue Eighteen (Winter 2017)'', Tincture Journal ((ISBN)):

  40. When noon came the next day, the two guards came in with a plate of (..) chicken drums and pork braised in soy sauce, plus some vegetables.
  41. road

  42. drum, usually one belonging to a drum kit

  43. (contraction of)