kid englannista suomeksi
lapsukainen, skidi, nassikka, penska
A young goat.
1719, (w), ''s:Robinson Crusoe/Friday's Education|Robinson Crusoe: Friday's Education'',
- I went, indeed, intending to kill a kid out of my own flock; and bring it home and dress it; but as I was going I saw a she-goat lying down in the shade, and two young kids sitting by her.
Of a female goat, the state of being pregnant: ''in kid''.
1912, (w), ''3|Daddy-Long-Legs: Letter 3'',
- I have three pairs of kid gloves. I've had kid mittens before from the Christmas tree, but never real kid gloves with five fingers.
The meat of a young goat.
A young antelope.
(RQ:Dickens Oliver Twist)
(RQ:Allingham China Governess) What about the kid&39;s clothes? I don't suppose they were anything to write home about, but didn't you keep anything? A bootee or a bit of embroidery or anything at all?’
- Our kids are why all of you are in this room today. Our kids are why you wake up wondering how you'll make a difference and go to bed thinking about tomorrow's lesson plan. Our kids are why you walk into that classroom every day even when you're not getting the support, or the pay, or the respect that you deserve - because you believe that every child should have a chance to succeed; that every child can be taught.
A person whose childhood took place in a particular time period or area.
One's son or daughter, regardless of age.
(quote-av); (w); (w)|title=(w)|role=Rick|actor=Humphrey Bogart|passage=Here's looking at you, kid.
- I remember as a kid lawyer working at IBM in the summer of 1983, when a large insurance company in Hartford, Connecticut, for the first time asked to buy 12000 IBM PCs in a single order.
A deception; an act of kidding somebody.
1830, James Fenimore Cooper, ''The Water-witch, Or, The Skimmer of the Seas''
- peaceable, well-disposed chaps as ever eat duff (dough) out of a kid
To make a fool of (someone).
To make a joke with (someone).
Of a goat, to give birth to kids.
a young deer