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rocket englannista suomeksi

  1. sinappikaali

  2. nousta

  3. raketti

  4. ampua

  1. rakettimoottori, raketti

  2. raketti

  3. höyrypää

  4. ampaista

  5. nousta pystysuoraan">nousta pystysuoraan

  6. ampaista yläilmoihin">ampaista yläilmoihin

  7. kuljettaa raketilla">kuljettaa raketilla

  8. hyökätä raketein">hyökätä raketein, tehdä rakettihyökkäys">tehdä rakettihyökkäys

rocket englanniksi

  1. A engine.

  2. A non-guided missile propelled by a rocket engine.

  3. A vehicle propelled by a rocket engine.

  4. A rocket propelled firework, a skyrocket

  5. An ace (the card).

  6. An angry communication (such as a letter or telegram) to a subordinate.

  7. 1980, David Schoenbrun, ''Soldiers of the Night: The Story of Joseph Donovan|the French Resistance'', Dutton, (ISBN), page 203,

  8. While Robert Solborg and Jacques Lemaigre-Dubreuil were dreaming of revolts, Joseph Donovan|William Joseph “Wild Bill” Donovan had learned of Solborg’s insubordination and meddling. He sent him a “rocket” ordering him out of North Africa and back to Lisbon at once. Solborg flew to Lisbon and then on to Washington to face out his problem with Donovan.
  9. A blunt lance head used in jousting.

  10. Something that shoots high in the air.

  11. (quote-journal)|date=28 September 2016|passage=Fernandinho launched a rocket that flew just over. Gundogan's shot hit off Sviatchenko and Gordon and went out. City pressed and pressed.

  12. A stupid or crazy person.

  13. 2014, Alistair Beaton, Rob Drummond, Morna Pearson, ''Contemporary Scottish Plays''

  14. Why were the Luddites named efter Ned Ludd? A wee rocket. A wee fucken fairy bampot. A pure hooligan, smashing stuff up. A ned. Ned Ludd.
  15. To accelerate swiftly and powerfully

  16. To fly vertically

  17. To rise or soar rapidly

  18. (quote-journal)

  19. To carry something in a rocket

  20. To attack something with rockets

  21. The vegetable ''sativa'' or ''vesicaria''.

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