shoulder englannista suomeksi
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The part of an animal's body between the base of the neck and forearm socket.
The part of the human torso forming a relatively horizontal surface running away from the neck.
(RQ:Jefferies Amateur Poacher).
A cut of meat comprising the upper joint of the foreleg and the surrounding muscle.
The portion of a garment where the shoulder is clothed.
Anything forming a shape resembling a human shoulder.
A shelf between two levels.
The portion of a hill or mountain just below the peak.
(RQ:Scott Heart of Midlothian)the north-western shoulder of the mountain(..)
The portion between the neck and the body.
The rounded portion of a bottle where the neck meets the body.
The angled section between the neck and the main body of a cartridge.
That which supports or sustains; support.
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-3)in thy ſhoulder do I builde my Seate;
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To push (a person or thing) using one's shoulder.
(RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)As they the earth would ſhoulder from her ſeat,(..)
1714, (w), ''The Tragedy of Jane Shore''
- ''Around her numberless the rabble flowed, / Shouldering each other, crowding for a view.''
To put (something) on one's shoulders.
1922, A. M. Chisholm, ''A Thousand a Plate''
- Early in the morning they shouldered light packs, took their rifles, crossed the big draw, and entered the timber where was the deadfall.
To place (something) against one's shoulders.
To bear a burden, as a financial obligation.
To accept responsibility for.
To form a shape resembling a shoulder.
To move by or as if by using one's shoulders.
(RQ:Kipling Jungle Book)a yoke of the great sulky white bullocks (..) came shouldering along together;
To round and slightly raise the top edges of slate shingles so that they form a tighter fit at the lower edge and can be swung aside to expose the nail.
To slope downwards from the crest and whitewater portion of a wave.