dude

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dude englannista suomeksi

  1. kaveri, heebo, heppu, tyyppi, hemmo, jätkä

  2. koreilija

  1. Substantiivi

  2. jätkä, hemmo, tyyppi, heppu, heebo, jäbä, jäpikäs, kaveri

  3. kaveri

  4. Verbi

dude englanniksi

  1. A man, generally a younger man.

  2. (ux)

  3. (quote-journal)

  4. (quote-book)|year=1896|page=19|pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=3qoRAAAAYAAJ&pg=PA19|oclc=457834067|passage=At first sight it may seem odd that the character-reader should in any case declare himself incapable of distinguishing sex in writing. (..) The most prevalent reason for this probably lies in the so-called "emancipation of women," who, on aping the masculine pursuits and propensities, really acquire the virile tone of character. In a similar way the "dude" of the day becomes androgynous; and the result in one case is a masculine soul in a woman's shape, and in the other a feminine soul in the degraded form of the so-called "dude".

  5. (quote-book)

  6. (non-gloss definition)

  7. (quote-book)|year=2011|page=37|isbn=978-0-520-24862-5|passage=The session concluded as Josh, disgusted and surprised, yelled, "Dude, you hit like a girl!" The boys in auto shop drew on images of both femininity—"you hit like a girl"—and bisexuality—"I'll show you a switch hitter." (A bisexual man was often referred to as a "switch hitter" or as someone who "played for both teams.")

  8. An inexperienced cowboy.

  9. (quote-book) When I went I had a proposal of marriage. / ''Silas.'' Who from, Dollie? / ''Dollie.'' Why, from a man— / ''Silas.'' Oh! I thought it was from a dude. / ''Dollie.'' Not this time.|brackets=on

  10. A tourist.

  11. (quote-book)|year=2011|page=32|isbn=978-1-4269-7400-7|passage=The "dudes" are the automobile and bus tourists, mere passers-through: thousands a summer day, millions a season. (..) "Dude" expresses perfectly the image that seasonals from the stagecoach driver to the gas-pump jockey have had of tourists: soft, wealthy, uninitiated, ignorant, lowland and (preferably) eastern. (..) For the average dude – if such a construct may be admitted – the park is an unusual commodity, financed by his taxes, from which he is therefore entitled to extract as much use and pleasure as he can from the rangers and seasonals who stand in his way.

  12. (quote-book)|year=2014|page=212|isbn=978-0-7864-7839-2|passage="Dude" was originally a name for ranch vacationers with no disrespect attached, but it later became derisively associated with clueless easterners who knew nothing of Western ways, as portrayed by (w) in ''(w)'' (1952). Junior's fiancé(sic) ((w)) tells him to "go out West." When Junior (Bob Hope) wants to show that he has become a Westerner, he wears a tall outsized white hat like (w) and white wooly chaps, the traditional movie outfit representing an eastern dude. A female dude was known as a "dudess" or "dudine."

  13. A man who is very concerned about his dress and appearance; a dandy, a fop.

  14. (quote-book), (w), Jones Burdette|Robt. Jones Burdette, Alex. Sweet, D. Landon|Eli Perkins: With the Philosophy of Wit and Humor|location=Chicago, Ill.|publisher=G. Cline Pub. House|year=1889|page=246|oclc=6051559|passage=There are three kinds of dudes in New York. There is the inanimate rich dude who don't want to do a thing on earth but exhibit himself. Then there is the poor dude, who dresses like the rich dude, and who wants to marry a rich girl (..)

  15. (quote-book) Thinking this is a little worse than me watching porn. Dude.

  16. To address someone as ''dude''.

  17. (quote-book) Oh, yes, she's upset. She just unapologetically "duded" me.

  18. (quote-book)|year=2015|isbn=978-0-316-22630-1|passage=After the high fives comes a lot of dude-ing and hugging and I'm-so-happy-to-see-you-ing, and then the sugarcoating of seeing one another again sort of dissolves and we find ourselves in this dinky screening room thing under the eyes of our captors.

  19. To take a vacation in a ranch.

  20. (quote-journal) is one of the West's largest and most elaborate dude ranches and includes over 500 acres of woodland trails. There's "dudeing" with all the trimmings, excellent food and rooms at the lodge or individual cabanas.

  21. ''Usually followed by'' (l): to up, to wear smart or special clothes.

  22. 1994, Sydell I. Voeller, chapter 8, in ''Her Sister's Keeper'', New York, N.Y.: (w), Standard Book Number|ISBN 978-0-8034-9063-5; republished Amherst Junction, Wis.: Hard Shell Word Factory, February 2002, Standard Book Number|ISBN 978-0-7599-0223-7, page 81:

  23. "Speaking of being duded out …" He shrugged, then handed her the bag. "Here. This is for you." / She reached inside and gasped as she pulled out a white suede western style hat. A glittering gold braid encircled the brim. / "Oh, Zack! It's beautiful. Thank you."
  24. (inflection of)

  25. did

  26. (noun form of)

  27. bagpipes (musical instrument)

  28. (es-verb form of)