suomi-englanti sanakirja

rubbish englannista suomeksi

  1. teilata

  2. roska

  1. Substantiivi

  2. roska

  3. roska, luikuri, palturi, lööperi, pöty

  4. rauniot (monikko) , rakennusjäte

  5. surkea, kurja

  6. pahus

  7. roskaa

  8. Verbi

  9. haukkua, moittia

rubbish englanniksi

  1. Refuse, waste, garbage, junk, trash.

  2. (synonyms)


  3. (RQ:Shakespeare Julius Caesar)

  4. (quote-journal). By the Rev. Gould (naturalist)|William Gould, A.M. of Exeter-College, Oxon. London, printed for Millar|Andrew Millar, 1747, 12mo. Pages 109, besides Preface and Dedication.|editor=&91;(w)&93;|magazine=The Museum: Or, The Literary and Historical Register|volume=II|issue=XXI|location=London|publisher=Printed for Dodsley|Robert Dodsley(nb...)|year=1747? January 3|year_published=1746 (indicated on title page)|page=272|pageurl=;id=mdp.39015065602057;view=image;seq=316|oclc=931328825|passage=The Employments of the common Ants or Workers (..) are partly the Management of the Young, and the Building their little Hills of Straw, Rubbiſh, and Particles of Earth, mixed with Blades of Graſs, into little Mounds or Ramparts, on which to expoſe the Eggs and Nymphs to the Sun-beams; their other great Employment is, in collecting Proviſions.

  5. (quote-journal); New York, N.Y.: Dewitt & Davenport,(nb...)|date=19 July 1851|volume=XXX|issue=CCCLXXIV|section=chapter XXII|page=125|pageurl=|column=2|oclc=913200987|passage=In the course of this operation copper-fastening of new, or the re-coppering of old, vessels, and more especially in a repair of this latter description, old copper nails, stray pieces of bold and sheet copper, with other parings of a similar nature, are lost among the chips, or in the bottom of the dock. These chips are sold at an almost nominal price, as rubbish, to the smelters, who cart them away often in large quantities, burn the chips out, then wash and smelt the remainder, if necessary, in the ordinary manner.

  6. (quote-journal) by W. C. Chewett & Co.|month=July|year=1862|volume=VII|page=182|pageurl=|column=1|oclc=858806495|passage=The plaintiff claimed damages from the defendants for a breach of duty in allowing and permitting dirt and rubbish to be thrown or put upon a lane or public highway upon which his premises abutted. It appeared in evidence that the damage complained of was occasioned by the filling in and levelling a hollow in the lane, by means whereof the plaintiff's fence was pressed inwards, the filling in being done by private individuals throwing dirt and rubbish thereon.

  7. (RQ:Joyce Finnegans Wake)

  8. (RQ:Kerouac On the Road) I was sleeping with my head on the wooden arm of a seat as six attendants of the theater converged with their night's total of swept-up rubbish and created a huge dusty pile that reached to my nose as I snored head down—till they almost swept me away too. (..) Had they taken me with it, Dean would have never seen me again. He would have had to roam the entire United States and look in every garbage pail from coast to coast before he found me embryonically convoluted among the rubbishes of my life, his life, and the life of everybody concerned and not concerned.

  9. (quote-book)

  10. An item, or items, of low quality.

  11. (quote-journal)|month=February|year=1793|volume=X|page=232|pageurl=;view=1up;seq=248|oclc=901376714|passage=We may add that publications of this nature always contain much rubbiſh to make up the bulk; for to produce a neat collection of true wit, requires talents and judgment that would ſcarcely ſtoop to the taſk.

  12. (RQ:Twain Huckleberry Finn)

  13. Nonsense.

  14. (quote-journal)|editor=Sylvanus Urban (w)|magazine=The Gentleman's Magazine|The Gentleman’s Magazine, and Historical Chronicle|location=London|publisher=Printed(nb...), for David Henry, and sold by Newbery (publisher)|Francis Newbery,(nb...)|month=April|year=1774|volume=XLIV|page=149|pageurl=|column=2|oclc=192374019|passage=I ſhall (..) lay out of my way the whole bede-roll of citations and precedents which they have produced, that heterogeneous heap of rubbiſh, which is only calculated to confound your Lordſhips, and miſlead the argument.

  15. (RQ:Lawrence Kangaroo)

  16. (RQ:Orczy Way of the Scarlet Pimpernel)

  17. Debris or ruins of buildings; rubble.

  18. (quote-book) of Christian Religion,(nb...)|location=imprinted at London|publisher=By Arnold Hatfield for Felix Norton,(nb...)|year=1600|section=book I|page=446|pageurl=|oclc=32734792|passage=That Antichriſt is a man exerciſing a kingdome, the head of the vniuerſall Apoſtaſie, (..) the Romane monarchie being diuided and fallen downe, out of the rubbiſhes whereof, he is by litle & litle riſen & increaſed, thorow the power and forcible working of Sathan, (..)

  19. (quote-book)|year=1646|oclc=702194630|location2=London|publisher2=Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown|year2=1816|section2=book I|page2=34|pageurl2=|oclc2=702794777|passage=E'er since poor Cheapside cross in rubbage lay, (..)

  20. (RQ:Dryden Annus Mirabilis)

  21. (RQ:Dryden Virgil)

  22. (quote-journal)|month=July|year=1790|volume=II|page=271|pageurl=;view=1up;seq=283|oclc=901376714|passage=Nothing remains of Utica, excepting a heap of rubbiſh and ſmall ſtones: but the trenches and approaches of the ancient beſiegers are ſtill very perfect.

  23. Exceedingly bad; awful.

  24. (quote-journal)

  25. (non-gloss definition)

  26. (non-gloss definition); balderdash!, nonsense!

  27. To criticize, to denigrate, to denounce, to disparage. (defdate)

  28. (quote-hansard)

  29. (RQ:Hornby High Fidelity)

  30. (quote-book)|year=2011|isbn=978-1-905490-88-2|location2=New York, N.Y.|publisher2=Penguin Books|year2=2012|page2=11|pageurl2=|isbn2=978-0-670-02344-8|passage=Oh, there is fuel enough for the memoirs, even if Marion's eyes glaze over, periodically, during tea or one of Corrie's rather awful lunches .... The names flow forth, and are rubbished or extolled, ...

  31. To litter.

  32. (quote-web)