grass englannista suomeksi
heinäkasvi, ruoho, heinä
kuivattaa ja valkaista vaatteita nurmella
Various plants not in family Poaceae that resemble grasses.
An informer, police informer; one who betrays a group (of criminals, etc) to the authorities.
1960, United States. Bureau of Naval Personnel, ''Radarman 3 & 2'' (volume 1, page 49)
- The problem in radar detection is to have a signal to noise ratio that will allow the echo to be seen through the grass on the radar screen. The use of a long pulse allows a greater average signal strength to be returned in the target echoes.
1963, ''Analysis of Weapons'' (page 61)
- Some of the scattered waves can be picked up by the receiver and may show up as "grass" on the radar presentation. Weather radars make use of this phenomenon to chart the progress of storms.
That which is transitory.
To cover with grass or with turf.
To feed with grass.
To bring to the grass or ground; to land.
1903, (w), ''The African Colony''
- Let him hook and land a tigerfish of 20 lb., at the imminent risk of capsizing and joining the company of the engaging crocodiles, or, when he has grassed the fish, of having a finger bitten off by his iron teeth (..)