suomi-englanti sanakirja

goose englannista suomeksi

  1. kiihdyttää, tehostaa, yllyttää

  2. typerys, hölmö

  3. puristaa takapuolesta, tönäistä takapuoleen

  4. hanhi

  5. panna vauhtia, patistaa

  1. Substantiivi

  2. hanhi

  3. Verbi

goose englanniksi

  1. Any of various grazing waterfowl of the family Anatidae, which have feathers and webbed feet and are capable of flying, swimming, and walking on land, and which are bigger than ducks.

  2. ''There is a flock of geese on the pond.''

  3. A female goose (sense 1).

  4. The flesh of the goose used as food.

  5. (quote-book)

  6. or (m) A silly person.

  7. {{quote-book|en|1906|Langdon Mitchell|chapter=The New York Idea|Best Plays of the Early American Theatre, 1787-1911|page=430|url=|editor=John Gassner|isbn=0486410986|year_published=2000

  8. (quote-book)|year=1994|page=65|isbn=0-515-11312-3|passage=Have you stopped to think, you gooses, that Andy might not wish you to give it away?

  9. A tailor's iron, heated in live coals or embers, used to press fabrics.

  10. (syn)

  11. (RQ:Shakespeare Macbeth)

  12. A young woman or girlfriend.

  13. An old English game in which players moved counters along a board, earning a double move when they reached the picture of a goose.

  14. To sharply poke or pinch the buttocks of (a person).

  15. (quote-book)|Miss Lonelyhearts|passage=She greeted Miss Lonelyhearts, then took hold of her husband and shook the breath out of him. When he was quiet, she dragged him into their apartment. Miss Lonelyhearts followed and as he passed her in the dark foyer, she goosed him and laughed.

  16. To stimulate; to spur.

  17. *(quote-journal) and (w) cope with disaster in the despairing satire ''(w)''|url=|work=AV Club|text=Almost everyone in McKay’s impossibly starry cast feels like they’re jumping into the ''(w)'' host role, game for some light comedic lifting while waiting for the pros to show up and goose the laughs.

  18. To gently accelerate (an automobile or machine), or give repeated small taps on the accelerator.

  19. Of private-hire taxi drivers, to pick up a passenger who has not booked a cab. This is unauthorised under UK licensing conditions.

  20. To hiss (a performer) off the stage.