rogue

suomi-englanti sanakirja

rogue englannista suomeksi

  1. konna

  1. Substantiivi

  2. roisto, konna

  3. veijari

  4. kulkuri

  5. Verbi

rogue englanniksi

  1. A scoundrel, rascal or unprincipled, deceitful, and unreliable person.

  2. 1834, Sir Walter Scott, The abbott: being a sequel to The monastery, Volume 19

  3. And meet time it was, when yon usher, vinegar-faced rogue that he is, began to inquire what popish trangam you were wearing (..)
  4. (RQ:Thackeray Pendennis)

  5. {{quote-book|en|year=1913|author=Barr (writer)|Robert Barr

  6. (quote-web)

  7. A mischievous scamp.

  8. (RQ:Shakespeare Henry 4-2)

  9. A vagrant.

  10. Deceitful software pretending to be anti-spyware, but in fact being malicious software itself.

  11. (quote-journal)

  12. An aggressive animal separate from the herd, especially an elephant.

  13. A plant that shows some undesirable variation.

  14. 2000 Carol Deppe, ''Breed Your Own Vegetable Varieties'', Totnes: Chelsea Green Pub.

  15. Maintaining varieties also requires selection, however. It's usually referred to as ''culling'' or ''roguing''. ...we examine the plant population and eliminate the occasional rogue.
  16. A (l) focusing on (l) conduct.

  17. Vicious and solitary.

  18. Large, destructive and unpredictable.

  19. Deceitful, unprincipled.

  20. 2004: Chris Wallace (journalist)|Chris Wallace, ''Character: Profiles in Presidential Courage''

  21. In the minds of Republican hard-liners, the "Silent Majority" of Americans who had elected the President, and even Nixon's two Democrat predecessors, China was a gigantic nuke-wielding rogue state prepared to overrun the free world at any moment.
  22. Mischievous, unpredictable.

  23. To cull; to destroy plants not meeting a required standard, especially when saving seed, rogue or unwanted plants are removed before pollination.

  24. To cheat.

  25. 1883, ''Prairie Farmer'' (volume 55, page 29)

  26. And then to think that Mark should have rogued me of five shiners! He was clever—that's a fact.
  27. To give the name or designation of rogue to; to decry.

  28. (RQ:Cudworth Tru)

  29. he Atheists may endeavour to rogue and ridicule all incorporeal Substance
  30. To wander; to play the vagabond; to play knavish tricks.

  31. (RQ:Spenser Ireland)

  32. roe (gloss)

  33. haughty

  34. contemptuous

  35. roguish

  36. arrogant; haughty

  37. (pt-verb-form-of)