suomi-englanti sanakirja

feck englanniksi

  1. Effect, value; vigor.

  2. 1996, (w), ''(w)'', Abacus 2013, p. 64:

  3. some of which have earned a small academic following for their technical feck and for a pathos that was somehow both surreally abstract and CNS-rendingly melodramatic at the same time.
  4. The greater or larger part.

  5. a. 1786, (w), ''The Carle of Kellyburn Braes''

  6. I hae been a devil the feck o' my life
  7. To steal.

  8. 1916, Joyce|James Joyce, ''of the Artist as a Young Man|Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man'':

  9. —But why did they run away, tell us? —I know why, Cecil Thunder said. Because they had fecked cash out of the rector's room. —Who fecked it? —Kickham's brother. And they all went shares in it. But that was stealing. How could they have done that?
  10. 2009, Julian Gough, ''Juno & Juliet: A Novel'':

  11. And isn't it pure gangsters run the car parks, the price of them, and security cameras my arse, begging your pardon, sure it's watching videos they'd be, while some scut of a ten-year-old's fecking your tape machine and maybe going back to break off the aerial if they don't approve of your taste in music.
  12. (alt form)

  13. (quote-book)

  14. 1995, Linehan|Graham Linehan & al.,

  15. ''Father Jack Hackett'': Tea? Feck! (..) ''Mrs. Doyle'': I'll tell you what, Father. I'll pour a cup for ye anyway and y' can have it if ya want. Now... And what do ''you'' say to a cup?''Father Jack Hackett'': Feck off, cup!
  16. (quote-journal)

  17. effect

  18. value

  19. A large amount, or the majority of something.