patter englannista suomeksi
''I could hear the patter of mice running about in the dark.''
To make irregularly repeated sounds of low-to-moderate magnitude and lower-than-average pitch.
''The bullets pattered into the log-cabin walls.''
- The stealing shower (..) 'Tis scarce to patter heard.
1819 (published in 1835) (w), ''Culprit Fay''
- Patter the water about the boat.
1887, Gilbert and Sullivan, "My Eyes Are Fully Open", ''Ruddigore''
- This particularly rapid, unintelligible patter isn&39;t generally heard, and if it is it doesn&39;t matter.
1851, (w), ''London Labour and the London Poor''
- I've gone out and pattered (..)to get money.
To repeat the Lord's Prayer.
To repeat hurriedly; to mutter.
One who pats.
1981, Jackie Cooper, Richard Kleiner, ''Please Shoot Dog'' (page 50)
- I used to hate head patters, and I have realized that all children dislike being patted on the head.