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pocket englannista suomeksi

  1. panna taskuun, panna omaan taskuunsa, laittaa taskuunsa, panna taskuunsa, pistää taskuunsa, pistää taskuun, laittaa taskuun

  2. kukkaro

  3. tasku

  4. kähveltää

  5. pesäke

  6. pussi

  1. Substantiivi

  2. tasku

  3. pussi

  4. motti

  5. Verbi

  6. pistää/panna/laittaa taskuun">pistää/panna/laittaa taskuun

  7. pussittaa

  8. pistää/panna/laittaa taskuunsa">pistää/panna/laittaa taskuunsa

  9. taskukokoinen, tasku-">tasku-

pocket englanniksi

  1. A bag stitched to an item of clothing, used for carrying small items.

  2. {{quote-book|en|year=1905|author=Orczy|Baroness Emmuska Orczy

  3. Such a receptacle seen as housing someone's money; hence, financial resources.

  4. (ux)

  5. 2012, (w), "In Fagin's Footsteps", ''Literary Review'', 403:

  6. There was, for much of the period, no cheap public transport; and even the Underground, or one of Shillibeer's horse-drawn omnibuses, was beyond the pocket of many of the poor.
  7. (quote-journal)

  8. (senseid) An indention and cavity with a net sack or similar structure (into which the balls are to be struck) at each corner and one centered on each side of a pool or snooker table.

  9. An enclosed volume of one substance surrounded by another.

  10. She knew from avalanche safety courses that outstretched hands might puncture the ice surface and alert rescuers. She knew that if victims ended up buried under the snow, cupped hands in front of the face could provide a small pocket of air for the mouth and nose. Without it, the first breaths could create a suffocating ice mask.
  11. An area of land surrounded by a loop of a river.

  12. The area of the field to the side of the posts (four pockets in total on the field, one to each side of the goals at each end of the ground). The pocket is only a roughly defined area, extending from the behind post, at an angle, to perhaps about 30 meters out.

  13. The area behind the of scrimmage subject to certain rules regarding grounding, illegal contact, etc., formally extending to the zone but more usually understood as the central area around the quarterback directly protected by the line.

  14. 2014 June 20, Gregor Bozic, "Ramblings: Classic Pocket Passers versus Mobile Quarterbacks", ''Football Outsiders'':

  15. For many years, the popular belief among NFL analysts was that the success of an NFL team comes with a quarterback who can stand tall in the pocket and deliver the ball downfield. Members of the elite group of active quarterbacks, (w), (w) and (w), for instance, also earned their reputation by making plays almost exclusively from the pocket.
  16. 2019 Dec. 6, Josh Hermsmeyer, "Teams Are Excelling when Their QBs Leave the Pocket. Can that Continue?", http://www.fivethirtyeight.com ''FiveThirtyEight'':

  17. With some notable exceptions, NFL teams that are successful on dropbacks outside the pocket have tended to win more games
  18. 2021, Official Playing Rules of the National Football League, §26: Pocket Area:

  19. The Pocket Area is the area between the outside edges of the normal tackle positions on each side of the center extending backward to the offensive team's line. After the ball leaves the pocket area, this area no longer exists.
  20. An area where military units are completely surrounded by enemy units.

  21. The position held by a second defensive middle, where an advanced middle must retreat after making a touch on the attacking middle.

  22. The unbroken part of a wave that offers the surfer the most power.

  23. A large bag or sack formerly used for packing various articles, such as ginger, hops, or cowries; the pocket of wool held about 168 pounds.

  24. A hole or space covered by a movable piece of board, as in a floor, boxing, partitions, etc.

  25. A cavity in a rock containing a nugget of gold, or other mineral; a small body of ore contained in such a cavity.

  26. A strip of canvas sewn upon a sail so that a batten or a light spar can placed in the interspace.

  27. The pouch of an animal.

  28. The ideal point where the pins are hit by the bowling ball.

  29. A socket for receiving the base of a post, stake, etc.

  30. A bight on a lee shore.

  31. A small space between a tooth and the adjoining gum, formed by an abnormal separation of the two.

  32. A small, isolated group or area.

  33. To put (something) into a pocket.

  34. (RQ:Shakespeare Antony and Cleopatra)

  35. To cause a ball to go into one of the pockets of the table; to complete a shot.

  36. To take and keep (something, especially money, that is not one's own).

  37. To up with; to bear without complaint.

  38. 1810, Great Britain. Parliament, ''The Parliamentary Register'' (page 557)

  39. As long as the house suffered the practice to prevail, they must submit to pocket the insult of being told that it existed.
  40. Of a size suitable for putting into a pocket.

  41. Smaller or more compact than usual.

  42. 1990, Stephen King, ''(w)''

  43. She ate, drank, worked, danced, and made love in exactly the same way: ''con brio''. She came into the apartment like a pocket hurricane.
  44. Referring to the two initial cards.

  45. (l)

  46. A (l) book, a portable book of compact size, usually a paperback.

  47. paperback; book with flexible binding

  48. (syn)

  49. A lump of bread.