gee englannista suomeksi
käskeä hevosta kääntymään oikealle
(quote-av)|year=1935|writers=Jane Murfin; Sam Mintz; Allan Scott (screenplay)|publisher=RKO Pictures|passage=Stephanie (''Irene Dunne''): Oh, yes. I like the English. And the Americans, too! / John Kent (''Randolph Scott''): Gee, that's swell. I'm an American! / Stephanie: Gee, that's swe–, I mean, I thought so.
To cause an animal to move in this way.
(quote-book)|passage=I did use a few of the items, in Elinor's handwriting, to check the writing on the letter that was in the box with the money. It geed.
- You'll say a better Major-General has never sat a gee.
''One branch of English society drops its initial aitches, and another branch ignores its terminal gees.''
1773, ''The Monthly Review Or Literary Journal Enlarged'', October
- The word length, which contains only four sounds l e ng th, is usually spell'd thus, el ee en gee tee aitch.
2004 Will Rogers, ''The Stonking Steps'', p. 170
- I have drunk en-ee-cee-tee-ay-ar from the ef-ell-oh-doubleyou-ee-ar-ess in his gee-ay-ar-dee-ee-en many a time.
1939, (w), ''The Big Sleep'', Penguin 2011, p. 197:
- Just off the highway there's a small garage and paint-shop run by a gee named Art Huck.
1987, (w), ''(w)'', King Farouk, Dublin:
- The brassers, yeh know wha' I mean. The gee. Is tha' why?
(quote-book)|title=(w)|page=65|publisher=. Secker & Warburg|isbn=0-436-20052-X
(quote-book)|title=(w)|page=71|publisher=. John Calder|isbn=978-0714542133
to give (gloss)
(ngd) or (m)
(present participle of)
(alternative form of)