pressing englannista suomeksi
2013, Luke Harding and Uki Goni, ''Argentina urges UK to hand back Falklands and 'end colonialism' '' (in ''The Guardian'', 3 January 2013)http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2013/jan/02/argentina-britain-hand-back-falklands
- Argentinians support the "Malvinas" cause, which is written into the constitution. But they are also worried about pressing economic problems such as inflation, rising crime and corruption.
1841, Charles Dickens, ''Barnaby Rudge'', ch. 75,
- “I come on business.—Private,” he added, with a glance at the man who stood looking on, “and very pressing business.”
1891, Oscar Wilde, ''The Picture of Dorian Gray'', ch. 2,
- You are very pressing, Basil, but I am afraid I must go.
1908, Joseph Conrad, "The Duel,"
- He was pressing and persuasive.
A memento preserved by pressing, folding, or drying between the leaves of a flat container, book, or folio. Usually done with a flower, ribbon, letter, or other soft, small keepsake.
(present participle of)