suomi-englanti sanakirja

jag englannista suomeksi

  1. halkio

  2. läppä

  3. lovi

  4. annos

  5. loveta

  1. terävä ulkonema">terävä ulkonema, kärki

  2. palkeenkieli, repeämä

  3. tuuri, kohtaus

  4. Substantiivi

  5. Verbi

jag englanniksi

  1. A sharp projection.

  2. (RQ:Livy Holland Romane Historie)

  3. 1798, (w), ''(w)'', lines 323-7, http://www.bartleby.com/101/549.html

  4. The thick black cloud was cleft, and still / The Moon was at its side; / Like waters shot from some high crag, / The lightning fell with never a jag, / A river steep and wide.
  5. 1909, (w), ''London: A Book of Aspects'', self-published, p. 3, https://archive.org/details/cu31924028075244

  6. The especial beauty of London is the Thames, and the Thames is so wonderful because the mist is always changing its shapes and colours, always making its light mysterious, and building palaces of cloud out of mere Parliament Houses with their jags and turrets.
  7. 1956, (w), ''(w)'', Collins, 1998, Chapter 16,

  8. Even if you hadn’t been drowned, you would have been smashed to pieces by the terrible weight of water against the countless jags of rock.
  9. A part broken off; a fragment.

  10. (RQ:Hacket S)

  11. some Jaggs will (long )uffice to be recited
  12. 1855, (w), "(w)" in ''(w)'', page 56:

  13. I depart as air .... I shake my white locks at the runway sun, / I effuse my flesh in eddies and drift it in lacy jags.
  14. A flap, a tear in a clothing

  15. A cleft or division.

  16. A medical injection, a jab.

  17. A thorn from a bush (gloss).

  18. (ellipsis of ): An irritating, inept, or repugnant person.

  19. To cut unevenly.

  20. To tease.

  21. Enough liquor to make a person noticeably drunk; a skinful.

  22. A binge or period of overindulgence; a spree.

  23. 1939, (w), ''The Big Sleep'', Penguin 2011, page 88:

  24. ‘People who spend their money for second-hand sex jags are as nervous as dowagers who can't find the rest-room.’
  25. A fit, spell, outburst.

  26. 1985, (w), ''The Prick of Noon'', Penguin, Chapter 9, p. 165,

  27. Of course she did not lose her sense of humor (not necessarily to be confused with her laughing fits, which are crying jags turned inside out according to the shrinks).
  28. 1997, (w), ''(w)'', Simon & Schuster, 2007, Part 4, Chapter 1, p. 396, https://books.google.ca/books?id=Ug3ArDMHLnQC&printsec=frontcoverv=onepage&q&f=false

  29. Miles had a cold, he always had a cold, it went unnoticed, went without saying, he had coughing jags and slightly woozy eyes, completely unremarked by people who knew him (..)
  30. A one-horse cart load, or, in modern times, a truck load, of hay or wood.

  31. A leather bag or wallet; saddlebags.

  32. hunt, pursuit

  33. yacht

  34. to hunt

  35. needle

  36. hurry, rush

  37. twinge, (a sudden sharp pain; a darting local pain of momentary continuance; as, a twinge in the arm or side)

  38. (imperative of)

  39. (verb form of)

  40. (verb form of)

  41. part

  42. (inflection of)

  43. fire

  44. I

  45. (ux)

  46. I, self

  47. water

  48. tree