suomi-englanti sanakirja

sackful englannista suomeksi

  1. säkillinen

  1. pussillinen, repullinen, säkillinen

sackful englanniksi

  1. The amount a sack will contain.

  2. ''A sackful of sand won't help the soil here much, but a dump truck full would.''

  3. (circa) (w), ''Resolves, Divine, Morall, Politicall'', London: Henry Seile, Essay 48, p.(nbs)155,

  4. If I be not so rich, as to sowe almes by sackfulls, euen my Mite, is beyond the superfluity of wealth: and my pen, my tongue, and my life, shal (I hope) helpe some to better treasure, then the earth affoords them.
  5. (RQ:Orwell Homage)

  6. 1966, (w), ''(w)'', New York: Modern Library, 1992, Part 3, p.(nbs)227,

  7. You live until you die, and it doesn’t matter ''how'' you go; dead’s dead. So why carry on like a sackful of sick cats just because Herb Clutter got his throat cut?
  8. A large number or amount (of something).

  9. 1590, (w), ''A Brief Discoverie of the False Church'', p.(nbs)231,

  10. what can the Pope say more for his sackfull of traditions?
  11. 1680, (w), ''The English Rogue Continued in the Life of Meriton Latroon'', London: Francis Kirkman, Chapter 7, p.(nbs)87,

  12. (..) away we went home again fraught with a Sackful of news to tell our Master.
  13. 1853, uncredited translators, ''German Popular Tales and Household Stories: Collected by the (w)'', New York: C.S. Francis, Volume I, 74. “The Fox and the Cat,” p.(nbs)381,

  14. (..) I understand a hundred arts, and have, moreover, a sackful of cunning!
  15. 1915, (w), ''Allan and the Holy Flower'', London: Longman, Green, Chapter 19, p.(nbs)349,

  16. Day and night the poor fellow raved, and always about that confounded orchid, the loss of which seemed to weigh upon his mind as though it were a whole sackful of unrepented crimes.
  17. 1986, (w), “Bradford” in ''(w)'' 20, Winter, 1986, p.(nbs)163,

  18. He received sackfuls of hate mail and few letters of support.
  19. Intent on plunder.

  20. (circa) (w) (translator), ''The (w) of (w)'', London: Nathaniell Butter, Book 2, p.(nbs)30,

  21. Now will I sing the sackfull troopes, Pelasgian ''Argos'' held,