gray englannista suomeksi
harmaat, harmaat vaatteet
värittää harmaaksi, maalata harmaaksi, tehdä harmaaksi
Having a color somewhere between white and black, as the ash of an ember.
1980, (w), ''Stanisław I. Witkiewicz, The Beelzebub Sonata: Plays, Essays, Documents''
- the era of gray, boring banality and stagnation
Relating to older people.
February 8, 1800, (W), ''Eulogy on Washington''
- gray experience
2004, Betty Berzon, ''Permanent Partners: Building Gay & Lesbian Relationships That Last'' (page 20)
- In a subculture that idealizes youth, being gay and gray does not exactly make one a hot ticket. Older gays and lesbians often relegate themselves to separate and unequal meeting places.
To become gray.
To cause to become gray.
To turn progressively older, alluding to graying of hair through aging (used in context of the population of a geographic region)
A penny with a tail on both sides, used for cheating.Sidney J. Baker, ''The Australian Language'', second edition, 1966, chapter XI section 3, page 243