spark englannista suomeksi
A small, shining body, or transient light; a sparkle.
(RQ:Shakespeare Henry 6-3)
(RQ:Locke Human Understandin), Book IV, Chapter XVII
- But though we have, here and there, a little of this clear light, some sparks of bright knowledge
2013, Phil McNulty, "http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/23830980", ''BBC Sport'', 1 September 2013:
- Everton's Marouane Fellaini looks one certain arrival but Moyes, who also saw United held to a draw by Chelsea at Old Trafford on Monday, needs even more of a spark in a midfield that looked laboured by this team's standards.
1999, Des Lyver, Graham Swainson, ''Basics of Video Lighting'' (page 103)
- At the other extreme, with limitless budgets all they have to do is dream up amazing lighting rigs to be constructed and operated by the huge team of gaffers and sparks, with their generators, discharge lights, flags, gobos and brutes.
To light; to kindle.
2009, Alex Jenson, ''The Serotonin Grand Prix'' (page 12)
- Byron sparked the cigarette. He sucked it dramatically and thrust it into Marko's hand.
(quote-song),(w)|album=Tical 2000: Judgement Day|track=17|title=Grid Iron Rap|url=https://genius.com/Method-man-grid-iron-rap-lyrics|passage=Streetlife:Fuck a peace talk, let the gun spark, on the streets of New York.
(quote-song)|album=The War Mixtape|track=10|title=U Ain't A Killer|url=https://genius.com/Akala-u-aint-a-killer-lyrics|passage=All of a sudden, everybody tuggin', everybody dark. Everybody gums runnin', 'til the guns spark.
(quote-song)|album=IMAMCRU12|track=2|title=Raw Hip Hop|url=https://genius.com/Krs-one-raw-hip-hop-lyrics|passage=Guns spark in the dark, it was all just a part of the eighties Bronx scene that created all.
To off a spark or sparks.
- The finest sparks and cleanest beaux.
(RQ:Fielding Tom Jone)
- Jones had no sooner quitted the room, than the petty-fogger, in a whispering tone, asked Mrs Whitefield, “If she knew who that fine spark was?”
1777, (w), ''The School for Scandal'', I.ii:
- He will retrieve his errors yet—their worthy Father, once my honour'd master, was at his years nearly as wild a spark.
a kick (''with a foot'')