gun englannista suomeksi
pyssy, pistooli, tykki, kivääri
(RQ:Jefferies Amateur Poacher)
2018 February 23, (w), ''(w)'', Season 14, Episode 5:
- Well, I've always been progun, you know that. It's... yeah, I think adding more guns into a situation is obviously the way to prevent shooting. I think in a way, if we take the guns away, the shootings may escalate. And I think that's why (w)'s so firm on literally arming everyone. I think if you don't have a gun in your hands... well, let's not find out what that world would be.
A cannon with relatively long barrel, operating with relatively low angle of fire, and having a high velocity.JP 1-02. ''Department of Defense Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms, 8 November 2010 (As Amended Through 15 March 2012)'', p.142. (Searchable online version)
A firearm or cannon used for saluting or signalling.(w)
(RQ:Weyman Chippinge Borough). He halted opposite the Privy Gardens, and, with his face turned skywards, listened until the sound of the Tower guns smote again on the ear and dispelled his doubts.
Any implement designed to fire a projectile from a tube.
A device or tool that projects a substance.
A device or tool that applies something rather than projecting it.
(ux)... a (w)... a price-label gun...
2000, Drew Kampion, surfline.com
- by the winter of 1962, the Brewer Surfboards Hawaii gun was the most in-demand big-wave equipment on the North Shore.
A pattern that "fires" out other patterns.
2010, Andrew Adamatzky, ''Game of Life Cellular Automata'', p.74:
- Greene's period-416 2''c''/5 spaceship gun
2012, Brand Fortner, Theodore E. Meyer, ''Number by Colors'' (page 202)
- The problem is figuring out how to get the electrons from the red gun to hit only the red phosphors, the electrons from the blue gun to hit only the blue phosphors, and so on.
Violent blasts of wind.
Someone excellent, surpassingly wonderful, or cool.
To cause to up.
''He gunned the engine.''
To offer vigorous support to (a person or cause).
''We're all gunning for you.''
To seek to attack someone; to take aim at someone; used with (m).
''He's been gunning for you ever since you embarrassed him at the party.''
To practice fowling or hunting small game; chiefly in participial form: ''to go gunning''.
2010, ''BNA's Employment Discrimination Report''
- (..) all inmates participated in such conduct, and (..) "the inmates gunned only female staff, not the all-male security staff," he said.
1863, Blanchard Jerrold, ''Signals of Distress in Refuges and Homes of Charity (etc.)'' (page 2)
- To discover (..) how the honest poor are compelled to hob-and-nob with the “shoful pitcher” and the “gun,” it is necessary to visit the vast nursery-grounds of crime.
(nonstandard spelling of)
''I'm gun go get my coat from da closet.''
(nl-verb form of)
goods for sale
(alternative form of)
1911 (Birlinn Limited), Edward Dwelly: ''The Illustrated Gaelic-English Dictionary'':
to be long (usually along a horizontal axis)