rung englannista suomeksi
(past participle of) (qualifier)
(en-simple past of)
1723, Charles Walker, ''Memoirs of Sally Salisbury'', VI:
- With ecchoing Shouts the vaulted Chamber rung, / ''Belle Chuck'' was now the ''TOAST'' of ev'ry Tongue.
Of a pig: having a ring through the nose.
1842, ''American Turf Register and Sporting Magazine'' (volume 13, page 335)
- (..) he passed by his gate with a decided scowl on his furrowed brow, and grunting and growling like a newly rung pig.
1919, ''Popular Science'' (volume 95, number 4, page 31)
- A "rung" pig is comfortable as long as he confines his food hunt to the surface of the ground. Ringing a pig of ordinary size is easy, but special arrangements must be made for handling the big ones.