sock englannista suomeksi
A shoe worn by Greco-Roman comedy actors.
A cat's or dog's lower leg that is a different color (usually white) from the color pattern on the rest of the animal.
(quote-book)|title=Aircraft Accident Report: United Airlines Flight 663, Boeing 727-222, N7647U, Denver, Colorado, May 31, 1984|chapter=1.1 History of the Flight|url=https://libraryonline.erau.edu/online-full-text/ntsb/aircraft-accident-reports/AAR85-05.pdf|page=4|text=At 1331:58, UA Flight 757 reported that it was ready for takeoff on runway 35R. However, at 1332:05, 7 seconds later, it reported, "Ah, this is seven fifty seven, our sock sitting in front of us gives us a pretty good tail wind so we're not ready to go yet." The controller asked the flight to advise him when conditions were better.
(RQ:Doyle Land of Mist)
1951, (w), ''From Here to Eternity'', Book Four:
- They may let you off the first time because you're new maybe. But the second time they'll sock it to you, give you a couple of days in the Hole, then throw you in Number Two.
(quote-web)|work=The Guardian|passage=As part of ABC’s coverage of the police “blue riot” that ensued in Chicago – batons cracking student skulls – Vidal calls Buckley a “crypto-Nazi” for justifying the brutality, to which Buckley snaps: “Listen to me you queer, stop calling me a crypto-Nazi or I’ll sock you in the goddamn face and you’ll stay plastered.”
1960, ''Billboard'' magazine reviewer
- Sock performance on a catchy rhythm ditty with infectious tempo.
D. Brewster, ''The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia''
- In Wexford, the beam is shorter than in any of the other counties, and the sock in general is of cast iron.