joint englannista suomeksi
yhdistää, liittää yhteen, liittää
liittymäkohta, sauma, liitos
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 4-2)
The point where two components of a structure join rigidly.
The means of securing together the meeting surfaces of components of a structure.
(senseid) A cut of (l), especially (but not necessarily) (a) one containing a joint in the sense of an (l) or (b) one rolled up and tied.
The part or space included between two joints, knots, nodes, or articulations.
1996, Deirdre Purcell, ''Roses After Rain'', p. 335:
- "...Where's the ladies' in this joint? I've to powder one's nose|powder me nose."
A place of resort for tramps.
1954, ''Listen'' (volumes 7-10, page 131)
- Captain Jack McMahon, chief of Houston's police narcotics division, holds tools of the “junkie” trade, including “joints” (syringes), needles, heroin, milk sugar (used to cut pure heroin), spoons for heating a shot of heroin (mixed with water), (..)
The penis.Tom Dalzell (ed.), ''The Routledge Dictionary of Modern American and Unconventional English,'' New York: Routledge, 2009, p.(nbs)574.
(RQ:Kerouac On the Road)
1969, (w), ''(w),'' New York: Vintage, 1994, “Cunt Crazy,” p.(nbs)158,https://archive.org/details/portnoyscomplain00roth_0
- There I was, going down at last on the star of all those pornographic films that I had been producing in my head since I first laid a hand upon my own joint(nbs).(nbs).(nbs).
sense A (l).
To unite by a joint or joints; to fit together; to prepare so as to fit together
- Pierced through the yielding planks of jointed wood.
(quote-journal) (Property)| date=17 August 2014| passage=But I must warn you that chipboard floors are always likely to squeak. The material is still being used in new-builds, but developers now use adhesive to bed and joint it, rather than screws or nails. I suspect the adhesive will eventually embrittle and crack, resulting in the same squeaking problems as before.
(RQ:Shakespeare Antony and Cleopatra)
To provide with a joint or joints; to articulate.
- The fingers are (..)jointed together for motion.
(RQ:Plutarch Holland Morals)
(past participle of)
join; place where two elements are joined together
a joint, a marijuana cigarette